T. Nash Buckingham (T T. Nash Buckingham)

T. Nash Buckingham

Sportsman, Author. Born in Memphis, he was an athlete, noted sportsman, field trial judge, pioneering conservationist, accomplished raconteur, and author. His books include “De Shootinest Gent’man and Other Tales” (1934), “Mark Right! Tales of Shooting and Fishing” (1936), “Ole Miss'” (1937), “Blood Lines, Tales of Shooting and Fishing” (1938), “Tattered Coat” (1944), “Game Bag, Tales of Shooting and Fishing” (1945), and “Hallowed Years” (1953).  He co-authored the book titled “National Field Trial Champions” (1955) with William F. Brown.  He also wrote an autobiography titled “Mr. Buck” that was published posthumously in 1990. (bio by: Hunter TRW)  Family links:  Parents:  Miles Sherman Buckingham (1846 – 1919)  Annie Gillford Nash Buckingham (1848 – 1919)  Spouse:  Irma Jones Buckingham (1885 – 1974)*  Siblings:  Miles G. Buckingham (1878 – 1922)*  T. Nash Buckingham (1880 – 1971)  Henry Gunn Buckingham (1887 – 1951)*  Henry Lemmon Buckingham (1891 – 1974)* *Calculated relationship

Born

  • May, 31, 1880
  • USA

Died

  • March, 03, 1971
  • USA

Cemetery

  • Elmwood Cemetery
  • Tennessee
  • USA

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