This is a combination of Family Group B and Z.
At the time of publication it was unclear as to the relationship of my great grandfather Hugh Robert Buie to Hugh Buie, son of Archibald and Ephamie Campbell Buie and Hugh Robert was therefore placed in his own Family Group (Z). I have since received the Pension Application Request Papers for Widow's Compensation of Deliliah Baker Buie which clearly state that connection Hugh Robert is the son of Hugh Buie. Information presented here is from The Family Buie:Scotland to North America, 1984 with additional notes and sources. Information not yet documented is noted. Not all additional information is indicated in red as in other family groups, but sources other than The Family Buie is noted.
Family Group B is quite large and I am only including the first 4 generations. Information is available for up to 10 generations in some cases. For complete file email.
Family Group B and Z
Descendants of Archibald Buie
Archibald and Sarah "Sally" McFetter Buie of Bladen County, North Carolina
The information on the early families of this line is derived from an account written by Bordeaux H. Buie, a grandson of Archibald and Ephamie (Campbell) Buie and from the genealogical file of Dr. T. S. Buie, now deceased, of Spartanburg, South Carolina. Although there are some inconsistencies in Bordeaux Buie' record, most of the information is substantiated by census, civil, military, and church records. According to Bordeaux Buie, the progenitor of this large family was Archibald Buie who, he relates, was a Scotch soldier in the English army during the Revolution. Archibald married Sarah "Sally" McFetter who died shortly after giving birth to their only son, Archibald Jr. in 1775. The compilers view this account with some suspicion believing that Archibald Sr. may really have been a descendent of the early Buie North Carolina immigrants and was in actuality a Tory-Scotch soldier. There is a monument to the Bladen County Buies at the Brown Marsh Presbyterian Church near Clarkton, North Carolina which states "In Memory of the Buie Family (who) decended From Scottish Highlander Foreparents Who Left Their Homes in Argyllshire in 1725 and Made New Homes and Lives in the New World in North Carolina Along the Valley of the Cape Fear River". The date "1725" is probably incorrect since no Buies appear in North Carolina record prior to 1739. Nevertheless, Archibald Sr. reportedly trusted his son to the care of the McFetter family and left North Carolina forever. Archibald married Ephamie Campbell and attended the Brown Marsh Presbyterian Church in Bladen County. The Family Buie: Scotland to North America, pp. 82-124.
Hugh Robert Buie and Deliah (Baker) Buie of Cumberland County, North Carolina
Hugh Robert Buie and Deliah Baker were married in Cumberland County, North Carolina in 1845. Hugh Robert Buie enlisted in Co. F, N.C. Vol. for the Mexican War and according to family tradition was killed in action when his son, Hugh Robert Buie, Jr., was six months old. Deliah (Baker) Buie drew a pension for many years after her husband's death (certificate no. 1073, file no. 27626, N.C.). According to census records, Hugh Robert, Jr. and family were living at Stewart's Creek, Harnett County in.1880 and Pearce's Mill, Cumberland Co., in 1900. The compilers have attempted to establish Hugh Robert Buie, Sr.as the son of Hugh Buie without success; however, Owens Buie (Family Group B) and Hugh Robert Buie both enlisted in the North Carolina Volunteers for the Mexican War and Owens Buie named one son Robert Hugh Buie. Therefore, the possibility that Owens Buie and Hugh Robert Buie, Sr. were brothers and both were the sons of Hugh Buie of Bladen County has not been excluded and even seems likely.
The Family Buie: Scotland to North America, pp. 328-330.
Generation No. 1
1. ARCHIBALD1 BUIE was born Abt. 1750 in presumably in Bladen County, North Carolina1. He married SARAH MCFETTER (MCPHATTER) Abt. 1775 in North Carolina1. She died Abt. 1775 in North Carolina.
Archibald, Sr. left NC forever after his wife's death and left Archibald, Jr. with the Mc Fetter family.
Per Bordeaux Buie: Archibald was a Scotch soldier in the English Army during the revolution (more likely that he is a descendent of the early NC immigrant Buie's and was actually a Tory-Scotch Soldier.
There is a monument to the Bladen Co, Buie's at the Brown Marsh Presbyterian Church near Clarkton, NC which states: "In memory of the Buie family [who] descended from Scottish Highlander Fore parents who left there homes in Argyllshire in 1725 and made new homes and lives in the New World in North Carolina along the "Valley of the Cape Fear River" The date of 1725 is probably incorrect since no Buie's appear in NC records prior to 1739. However we are now searching SC records as there is evidence of our Buie's there.
Buie Book: He was probably a Tory Soldier who was expelled from North Carolina after Moore's Creek Bridge
Religion: Brown Marsh Presbyterian Church, Bladen Co, NC2
SARAH MCFETTER (MCPHATTER): Sally died shortly after giving birth to Archibald, Jr.
Child of ARCHIBALD BUIE and SARAH (MCPHATTER) is:
2.i.ARCHIBALD2 BUIE, JR, b. Abt. 1775, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1850, Bladen Co, NC.
Generation No. 2
2. ARCHIBALD2 BUIE, JR (ARCHIBALD1)3 was born Abt. 1775 in North Carolina4, and died Aft. 1850 in Bladen Co, North Carolina5. He married EPHAMIE CAMPBELL Abt. 1796 in Bladen Co, NC5,6. She was born Abt. 1775 in North Carolina6, and died Aft. 1850 in Bladen Co, North Carolina6.
ARCHIBALD BUIE, JR: Per Bordeaux Buie: maintained that there were only two girls in this family, Sally and Ellen who married William Robish. Census records indicate there were at least five girls with the first born prior to 1800.
Religion: Attended Brown Marsh Presbyterian Church, Bladen Co, NC7,8
Children of ARCHIBALD BUIE and EPHAMIE CAMPBELL are:
i.ELLEN3 BUIE9, m. WILLIAM ROBISH. Ellen is not listed by the Family Buie:Scotland to North America as a daughter of Archibald and Ephamie Buie. The notes of Bordeaux Buie lists these children as children of Archibald and Ephamie Campbell as "Archibald, Huey, Daniel, John, Malcolm, Duncan, Neil, Isaish, Sally and Ellen." Ellen was his aunt, but I believe that he confused the families. I have found a Susan Ellen Bordeaux, b. abt 1832 who married William F. Robitzsch, May 10, 1851 in New Hanover County, NC. She was the sister of Rebecca Bordeaux, wife of Malcolm Buie (see #4). 3. ii.HUGH BUIE, b. Abt. 1797, Bladen Co, NC (Harnett Co listed on Hugh Death Record); d. July 24, 1847, Monterey, Mexico. 4. iii.MALCOLM BUIE, b. Abt. 1799, Bladen Co, NC; d. Abt. 1850, Montgomery, AL. 5. iv.ARCHIBALD BUIE, b. Abt. 1800, Bladen Co, NC; d. September 23, 1854, Near Kelly's Cove, Bladen Co, NC.
v. MARY BUIE, b. Abt. 1803, Bladen Co, North Carolina10; m. UNKNOWN RISING.
6.vi. JOHN BUIE, b. 1803, Bladen Co, NC; d. Brunswick Co, NC. 7.vii. DANIEL NEILL BUIE, b. Abt. 1804, Bladen Co, NC; d. 1883, Bladen Co, NC. 8.viii. NEILL BUIE, b. Abt. 1807, Bladen Co, NC; d. 1880, Bladen Co, NC. 9.ix. DUNCAN BUIE, b. June 11, 1808, Bladen Co, NC; d. January 21, 1866, North Carolina. 10.x. ISAIAH BUIE, b. Abt. 1813, Bladen Co, NC. 11.xi. MARGARET BUIE, b. Bet. 1815 - 1821, Bladen Co, NC. xii. FLORA BUIE11, b. May 23, 1819, Bladen Co, NC12. Baptism: July 11, 1819, Brown Marsh Presbyterian Church, Bladen Co, NC12 Religion: December 15, 1833, first communion Brown Marsh Presb Church13,14 12. xiii. SARAH BUIE, b. Abt. 1800, Bladen Co, NC.