Additional Descriptive Data
- Mr. Suckley married Mary, who was living, 1796
- Elizabeth Suckley, unmarried in 1796.
- John Suckley, a minor living in Philadelphia in 1796. Married February 18, 1830, Miss Christina Sands.
- George Suckley (eldest?) born in England, 1765. Partner in Holy, Newbould and Suckley, Sheffield, England. To America, 1790s. Married 1796? Miss H. Lang, daughter of Obadiah and H. Lang, who died 1798?
- John Lang Suckley, born 1798? Became an M.D. and married Maria L. Died before 1849, when his wife appears to be married to Mr. Price.
- George Suckley, born New York City, 1830. M.D., College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York; three years on staff of N.Y. Hospital. Asst. surgeon, U.S. Army, 1853-56; surgeon, U.S. Volunteers, 1862. Author in fields of geology and geography. Married? to Mary. Died July 30, 1869.
- John Hart Suckley, student in Hoboken, 1849.
- David Suckley
- Edward Suckley?
- Joseph Suckley?
- George Suckley married second Catherine Rutsen (d. 1826?) of Rhinebeck, New York, daughter of John Rutsen. Children (probably in age order):
- Rutsen Suckley, b. before 1804, d. after 1872. Unmarried.
- Mary Suckley, b. before 1808, d. August, 1872. Unmarried.
- George Suckley, Jr. b. before 1808. No further information.
- Sarah Suckley, b. before 1808, married between 1827 and 1835 to Edward Livingston. Mental health failing, 1835; institutionalized 1837, 1869-73, and probably in between.
- Thomas Holy Suckley, b. between 1808 and 1816; living in 1886. Married Kate. Ran a dairy farm, Rhinebeck, New York.
- Rutsen Suckley, b. July 3, 1853
- Robert Suckley, schoolboy, 1870
- Catherine Suckley, b. before 1816. No further information.
- Obadiah Lang married a woman whose first initial was H.
- William, schoolboy in 1791, London.
- H. married George Suckley, 1796? and died 1798?
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