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THE web-site for anybody interested in the surname Puckle


This page is primarily about the PUCKLE surname, descendants and connected families.  In particular the descendants of Thomas Puckle, born about 1500 in Sussex and Vincent from Kent.  Details of living people are not shown without their permission.   Any details that you can add, especially corrections, will be gratefully received.   GeoffStone@Wedmore.org.uk

Index

|- Samuel Puckle
|- Martin Puckle|     
|     | m
|- Daniel Puckle||- Margaret Calthorpe
  - Catherine Riches Puckle  |    | m      
         ||- Margaret Riches  
| m     
|- Eleanor Mann  
     

  A Merchant Family in Tudor & Stuart England

Here is the story of the Puckles in Lewes and later in London, researched and written by Mary Hume of Lewes.   You may download and read this document which is split into five chapters for ease of downloading.   All copyright is reserved by Mary Hume and this website, and downloads are for private research purposes only and may not be published in any form without prior permission.

  These files are Adobe Acrobat .pdf files.   You can view them on screen if you have the Free Acrobat Reader on your computer.   All you have to do is click on the link and it will load into the Acrobat Reader.   Alternatively, you can download and save the file to your computer to read offline with Acrobat by clicking on the link with your right hand button and choosing to "save target as".
If you do not have the Free Adobe Reader program then click     to download it.

Unfortunately Mary died before the completion of the final chapter.   It is hoped that the work can be completed eventually.
  • Chapter Five:   London Again   (conclusion)  

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  James Puckle Invented the Machine Gun in 1718 !

View Details Puckle's Portable Gun
 

If you have a Puckle in a remote corner of your family tree who came from the London, Norfolk or Lewes areas or who links to this tree, then please email me at -

GeoffStone@Wedmore.org.uk


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