Excerpt from Dictionary of National Biography, Vol. 47: Puckle-Reidfurd Puckle, who resided in early life in the parish of St. Margaret, Lothbury, and after wards in that of St. Stephen, Coleman Street, was buried in St. Stephen's Church, Cole man Street, London, on 26 July 1724. He married twice. By his first wife, Mary, whom he married before 1690, he had four daughters and three sons, of whom Burt-on alone seems to have reached manhood. On 21 Feb. 1714 - 15 he married at New Brent ford a second wife, Elizabeth Fownes, a widow of Brentford.
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