Family Group B and Z
Descendants of Archibald Buie
Generation No. 3
3. HUGH3 BUIE (ARCHIBALD2, ARCHIBALD1)15 was born Abt. 1797 in Bladen Co, NC (Harnett Co listed on Hugh Death Record)16, and died July 24, 1847 in Monterey, Mexico17. He married (1) UNKNOWN OWENS18 Bef. 182019. He married (2) DELILAH BAKER September 05, 1845 in Cumberland Co, NC19, daughter of JAMES BAKER and MAY C. BROADFOOT. She was born Abt. 1816 in Cumberland Co, North Carolina, and died February 1899 in Harnett Co, North Carolina20.
HUGH BUIE: Bordeaux Buie: clearly stated that Owens was a son of Hugh Buie therefore this line is added here
Census records indicate at least three daughters, details unknown
Hugh Buie's family is determined by comparing census and military records from Bladen Co, NC and is subject to review. Due to the fires at the Bladen Co courthouse many records were lost.
Buie Book: lists six sons and three unknown daughters with speculation of connection between Hugh Buie and Hugh Robert Buie of Cumberland, Harnett, and New Hanover Counties.
Information obtained from Delilah Buie's Petition of War, Widow's Pension would indicate that the Hugh Buie here is the same Hugh Buie that was previously speculated as Hugh Robert Sr. b ca 1820 who married Deliah Baker (Cumberland Co., NC Marriage Bonds). Hugh died July 24, 1847 in Monterey, Mexico.
Hugh Buie enlisted in Co F NC Volunteers for the Mexican War.
Hugh Buie also enlisted in local Militia Balden Co., NC for War of 1812 (in 1814)
Note: Genealogy files of TS Buie states that Hugh Buie married Elizabeth Bearden. From papers of Linda Malone, letters of Bordeaux Buie state indicated that Hugh's wife's surname is Owens.
Verification of either name has not been found.
Children of HUGH BUIE and UNKNOWN OWENS are:
13.i.WILLIAM W4 BUIE, b. May 1823, White's Creek, Bladen Co, NC; d. 1903, White's Creek, Bladen Co, NC. 14.ii.OWENS BUIE, b. July 03, 1828, Bladen Co, NC; d. November 01, 1905, Meridian, Lauderdale Co, Miss. iii.DANIEL BUIE, b. Abt. 1829, Bladen Co, NC; d. November 13, 1862, Kinston, NC. Census: 1860, Columbus Co, NC, birthplace listed as Bladen County, 21 yrs old Military service: died of typhoid fever after capture in Civil War, at Federal Prison Hospital 15.iv. JOSIAH S BUIE, b. Abt. 1833, Bladen Co, North Carolina; d. September 17, 1862, Sharpsburg, Maryland. 16.v.MARGARET ANN BUIE, b. July 11, 1835, Bladen Co, NC; d. January 24, 1880, Wadley, Jefferson Co., GA. vi.FRANCIS MARY BUIE21,22, b. Abt. 1839, Bladen Co, NC; d. Bet. April 10, 1863, Skinkers Neck; m. MOLCY A. BENSON, August 23, 1860, Bladen Co., NC23. Listed as age 21 at time of enlistment. Note from original Confederate Army Records dated April 14, 1863: Deserted and drowned attempting to get to the enemy April 10, 1863. Declaration for Petition of Pension for War Widows, by Deliliah Baker Buie, dated June 20, 1849 states that Francis Mary 10 years of age as a child of Hugh Buie. "Francis Mary" was probably really "Francis Marion" Francis M. Buie, age 11, in the Alexander McDonald, age 50, shoemaker, household in the 1850 Cumberland Co., NC census Military service: CSA accidentally drowned, Co H 3 rd NC infantry24 Occupation: Turpentine Worker24 Marriage Notes for FRANCIS BUIE and MOLCY BENSON: Announcement in Wilmington Daily Journal, Tues. August 28, 1860 and Weekly Journal (Wilmington) Thurs. August 30, 1860. "Buie: Married. In Bladen County on the 23rd of August, by J. H. Clark, Esq., Mr. Francis M. Buie and Miss Molcy A. Benson, all of Bladen." vii.JAMES BUIE, b. Abt. 1840, Bladen Co, NC25. Delilah Buie's Pension of War Record, dated June 20, 1849, lists a James Buie, age 12 years old as son of Hugh Buie, making his birth about 1837-8.
In The Buie Family:Scotland to Northa America, pg. 83, the compilers list a David James as a son of Hugh Buie.
Confederate Records, NC History and Archives of David James Buie.
Enlisted: May 10, 1861, Bladen Co., NC as Pvt. Co. H, 3rd Reg't, North Carolina Inf.
Appears on list of casualities as wounded in battles before Richmond, VA, June 26 to July 1, 1862.
Appears on Company Muster Roll for Feb. 28 to May 15 as Deserted from Camp at Skinkers Neck to enemy April 14, 1863.
Appears on Roll of Prisoners of War, Captured by the Army of the Potomac and forwarded to Washington, DC, April 14, 1863.
Forwarded to Wahington, DC April 26, 1863
Register of Prisoners, Provost Marshall General of Prisoners, POW captured April 11.
Certificate from Capt. Lytle:
"Permission to proceed to Army:
Worked as railroad carpenter-2 yrs- in Rebel service. Mistreated badly by officers. Considered I had nothing to fight for, having no property . Came to conclusion in about a year, but had no chance to get away. Took oath of allegience to Washington.
David James was in same company as Josiah and Francis and was with Francis when attempting to get to the enemy. It is unknown if David James and the James listed on the Pension Application are one in the same. David James did not return to NC after taking his Oath of Allegience in Washington. Census records for Washington DC and Maryland list a David J. Buie after the Civil War.
My personal opinion is that David James and James are two different men with James the son of Hugh Buie and David James possibly a cousin who at present parents are unknown.
Neither a David James nor a James of the approximate age listed in the pension would be located in the NC census of 1850.
A James Buie, listed in 1860 census for Chesterfield, SC. He is with the following people, Eliza Lellan age 49, Sarah Shoemaker age 30, and Rosana Shoemaker age 1. Various records put his birthdate approximately 1838-1842. This James married Sarah Kea and is listed in Family Group LL.
Family tradition of James Buie, orphaned, his father killed in a War, but not Civil War as he was orphaned prior to 1860. Some family members in South Carolina believe he was from Raeford (Raiford Creek??). The compilers believe he was associated with the Buie family of Bladen Co., NC.
Only Buie killed in a War prior to Civil War, matching these approximate dates, that I have so far located, is Hugh Buie of Bladen Co., NC, died Mexican War, 1847.
Child of HUGH BUIE and DELILAH BAKER is:
17.viii.HUGH ROBERT4 BUIE, b. June 21, 1847, Cumberland Co, North Carolina; d. April 30, 1929, Wilmington, New Hanover Co, North Carolina.
4. MALCOLM3 BUIE (ARCHIBALD2, ARCHIBALD1) was born Abt. 1799 in Bladen Co, NC, and died Abt. 1850 in Montgomery, AL. He married REBECCA BORDEAUX26 Abt. 1827 in Bladen Co, NC, daughter of JAMES BORDEAUX and REBECCA BAKER. She was born Abt. 1812 in Bladen Co, NC26.
Lived in Alabama 1847-1849, Malcolm was killed when the mule pulling the wagon from Alabama kicked him in the stomach or per Bordeaux H Buie: the wagon fell on him.. He was buried in Montgomery and the family proceeded to Copiah Co, Miss.
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
Children of MALCOLM BUIE and REBECCA BORDEAUX are:
i.GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS4 BUIE27, b. February 07, 1829, North Carolina28. Baptism:October 10, 1829, Brown Marsh Presbyterian Church, Bladen Co, NC28 ii.MORTIMER MONROE BUIE, b. Abt. 1831, Bladen Co, NC; d. August 18, 1876. No family 18.iii.ARAMINTHA DORMER BUIE, b. Abt. 1835, Bladen Co, NC; d. Abt. 1931, Bunkie, LA. 19.iv.ELIZABETH ANN BUIE, b. Abt. 1838, Bladen Co, NC; d. March 23, 1895. 20.v.BORDEAUX H BUIE, b. Abt. 1840, Bladen Co, NC; d. Abt. 1932, Crowley, LA. 21.vi.JAMES GUSTAVIUS ADOLPHUS BUIE, b. February 06, 1845, Bladen Co, NC; d. March 29, 1927, Evergreen Avoyelles Parish, LA. vii.TABITHA MARIE BUIE, b. Abt. 1847, Alabama; d. January 31, 1877. Never married