The Bundy Family Line

Revised 13-Apr-1998

Robert M. Sharp is the 10th lineal descendant of William Bundy. This relationship is through his great-great-great grandmother, Gulielma Mariah Bundy.

First Generation

1. William1 Bundy was born in England, abt 1630. William died 27 Mar 1692 in Perquimans County, North Carolina, at 61 years of age.

He married twice. He married Elizabeth ?? in RI (prob.), 1663. Elizabeth was born abt 1640 in England. Elizabeth died 4 Mar 1675/76 in Perquimans County, North Carolina, at 35 years of age. He married Mary Scott in Perquimans County, North Carolina, 15 Dec 1683. Mary was born 1649. Mary died 22 Mar 1723/24 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, at 74 years of age. She was the widow Pierce at time of marriage to William Bundy. The Bundy family is of French descent, originally spelling their name Bundeie. According to the family tradition, their ancestors were among the French Huguenots driven out of France by the Catholic persecutions who settled in Wales. About the middle of the 17th century some of the more venturesome sailed from Pembroke, Wales, for America. Members of the family residing in Worcestershire in southwest England adopted as the family crest, a hand, holding an eagle's leg and had as their motto, Certum pete finem." (Aim at a sure end.)

Coming probably from Worcestshire, England, to Massachusetts, William and wife Elizabeth appeared first in Rhode Island where they purchased 200 acres of land in 1663. In less than six months they sold the land and William and Elizabeth were among the first emigrants from New England to North Carolina.

The Bundys settled on plantations reaching out from both banks of Little River, that forms a natural boundary between Pasquotank County and Perquimans County, NC. Albemarle County was abolished in 1729 when each of the four precincts, Perquimans, Pasquotank, Curritack, and Chowan became a county.

William Bundy was a cordwainer by trade. He settled in Perquimans Precinct but the date is unknown.

William Bundy was a member of the first Quaker organization in Perquimans Precinct which met at the home of the members. William's wife, Elizabeth, whom he probably married before coming to Carolina, died March 4, 1676. Seven years later at a quarterly meeting held at the home of Christopher Nicholson, William Bundy and Mary Pearre, widow of John Pearre and daughter of Joseph Scott, published their intention of marriage. They were married at her home "Desember 15, 1683." William Bundy is recorded as being a witness at several weddings in 1680. His signature appeared on a remonstrance dated September 25, 1679, which was addressed to the Duke of Albemarie by the Quakers, most of whom had been inhabitants of Carolina since 1663. The court records show that he assigned to Mary Scott all his interests to an Indian named Sanders, April 6, 1680. He served as one of the justices at a court held for the Precinct of Perquimans at the home of Mary Scott, the first Monday in January, 1690-1. In every precinct the court consisted of a judge and four justices. To be an eligible candidate for justice, a man must have been an inhabitant of the precinct and own 300 acres of land. He is listed among the Quakers who were sentenced and imprisoned for refusing to bear arms, serving a six months' term in 1680.

p. 131, Vol. 1, NC "Ency. of Amer. Quaker Gen.", by Hinshaw; Pasquotank MM, Pasquotank Co., NC and p. 68, Perquimans MM, Perq. Co., NC Peirce. 1683, 10, 15. Mary, Perquimans River, m. William Bundy, at the ho use of Mary Peirce. p. 186, "Batchelor-Williams Families and Related Lines" by L.K. Williams Husb. William and son Caleb and son-in-law Timothy Cleare have records established with the Nat. Soc. of Colonial Dames of America, XVII Century and Daughters of the American Colonists. All desc. of Wm. & Elizabeth Bundy are eligible to join these organizations. "Batchelor-Williams..." by Lyle Williams; "Dict. of NC Biog." Vol. A -C 1979-WS Powell; "Perquimans Co., NC, Births, Deaths & Recs., 1659- 1820"; "History of Perquimans" by Winslow; "Some Ancestors & Desc. of Joseph & Naomi (Dicks) Newby"; Soc. of Friends, Pasq. MM, Pasq., NC , p. 95-7, 131, 134; NC Will Abstracts, 1690-1760; "One Ladd's Family " by Ruth Small; "Wm. & Eliz. Bundy of RI and NC" by V. Mayo Bundy p. 38, Vol. 1, NC, "Ency. of Amer. Quaker Gen." by Hinshaw Bundy. (Perquimans MM, Albamarl. Co., NC) 1683, 10, 15. William, Perquimans River, m. Mary (Scott) Pierce , at the house of Mary Pierce. p. 3-1. "North Carolina Historical and Genealogical Register Misc. items taken from loose papers among the records of Albemarle Co. at Edenton: Rent Roll of Land in Albemarle Co. Names of parties and the ir residence, without date, but prior to 1700: William Bundy, Pascotank, 130 acres.

William Bundy and Elizabeth ?? had the following children:

2 i. Mary2 Bundy was born in Ri, abt 1665. Mary died 30 Dec 1694 in Perquimans County, North Carolina, at 29 years of age. She married Timothy Clare in Perquimans MM, Perquimans, NC, 07 Jun 1685. Timothy was born abt 1650/1657. He married an unknown person bef 16 Jan 1727/28. Timothy died 10 Nov 1724 in Perquimans County, North Carolina, at 73 years of age. p. 3-4, Vol. I, NC, Hinshaw's Quaker Geneal., Perquimans MM min., ad ditions: 1685, 4, 6. Timothy Clare, ltm Mary Bundy 1695, 12, 5. Comm. to visit Timothy for non-attendance of mtg. 1702/3, 1, . Timothy m. Hannah Snelling p. 301, "No. Carolina Hist. & Gen. Reg.", Misc. Items Taken From Loo se Papers Among the Records of Albemarle Co. at Edenton: Rent Roll of Land in Albemarle Co. Names of Parties and their res idence, without date, but prior to 1700: Timothy Cleare, Perquimans River, 473 acres. p. 3-4, Vol. 1, NC Hinshaw's Quaker Gen., Perquimans MM min., additi ons !p. 3, additions, Hinshaw's Quaker Records, Vol. 1, NC Mary Bundy: 1685, 4, 6. dtr. William, ltm Timothy Clare

+ 3 ii. Caleb Bundy was born abt 1667.

4 iii. Hannah Bundy was born in Perquimans County, North Carolina, abt 1670. Hannah died 28 Oct 1700 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, at 30 years of age. She married John Lawrance in Perquimans County, North Carolina, 22 Nov 1692. John was born 14 Mar 1666/67. John died 1700 at 33 years of age.

5 iv. William Bundy Jr was born in Perquimans County, North Carolina, abt 1671. William died 28 Jul 1700 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, at 29 years of age. He married Mary Spivey. She married an unknown person.

6 v. Samuel Bundy was born in Perquimans County, North Carolina, 04 Feb 1675/76. Samuel died 14 Mar 1739/40 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, at 64 years of age. He married twice. He married Tamar Symons in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, 05 Oct 1696. Tamar was born 04 Dec 1680 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina. Tamar died 17 Mar 1718/19 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, at 38 years of age. He married Ann Nicholson in Perquimans County, North Carolina, 11 May 1721. Ann was born 08 Feb 1688/89 in Perquimans County, North Carolina. Ann died 16 Sep 1743 in Perquimans County, North Carolina, at 54 years of age. Ref: "History of Perquimans Co., NC" by Winslow "Batchelor-Williams Families & Related Lines" by Lyle Williams "William & Elizabeth Bundy of RI and NC" by V. Mayo Bundy Abstract of Land Patents by Margaret M. Hoffman, Vol. 1, p. 33 !p. 38, Vol. 1, NC, "Ency. of Amer. Quaker Gen." by Hinshaw BUNDY. (Pasquotank MM, Pasquotank Co., NC) 1696, 10, 5. Samuel, Pasquotank Prec., planter, m. Tamer Simons , at the house of Henry White. SYMONS. (Pasquotank MM), p. 166 1696, 10, 5. Tamer (Simons), dt Jeremiah, planter, Pasquotank Pr ecinct, Samuel Bundy, at the house of Henry White. p. 131, Vol. 1, NC "Ency. of Amer. Quaker Gen.", by Hinshaw; Pasquo tank MM, Pasquotank Co., NC 1742, 8, 7. Ann Bundy, relict of Samuel, dis keeping a bachellour , Abraham Hendrix, whom she desired to m, in her household; househol d consisting ofherself & young s, Abraham. (On Oct 1743, she married out of unity, so reported, but her wil l dated 16 Nov 1743 was proved in Dec. 1744 as Ann Bundy, widow of Samuel. Sh e d. 16-9mo-1743. [p. 180, V. Mayo Bundy book on the Bundy's.]) Aaron, Lydia and Christopher listed in "Pasq. Co. Births, Marriages , Deaths, !Brands & Flesh Marks" 1691-1797 - in Pasq. Recs. NC State Archives. Soc. of Friends, Pasq. MM, Pasq. Co., NC, p. 95-97, 131, 134 !Soc. of Friends, Perq. MM, Perq. Co., NC Ref: "History of Perquimans Co., NC" by Winslow p. 301, North Carolina Historical and Genealogical Register Miscellaneous Items Taken From Loose Papers Among the Records of A lbemarle Co. at Edenton: Rent Roll of Land in Albemarle Co., names of Partie s and their residence, without date, but prior to 1700: Samuel Bundy, Pascotank, 110 acres. "Batchelor-Williams Families & Related Lines" by Lyle Williams "William & Elizabeth Bundy of RI and NC" by V. Mayo Bundy Abstract of Land Patents by Margaret M. Hoffman, Vol. 1, p. 33 p. 38, Vol. 1, NC, "Ency. of Amer. Quaker Gen." by Hinshaw Bundy. (Pasquotank MM, Pasquotank Co., NC) 1696, 10, 5. Samuel, Pasquotank Prec., planter, m. Tamer Simons , at the house of Henry White. Society of Friends, Pasquotank MM, Pasq., NC, p. 95-7, 131, 134 p. 90f, Vol. I, NC, "Amer. Quaker Gen." by W.W. Hinshaw; Society of Friends, Perquimans MM, Perq., NC 1721, 3, 3. Ann Nicholson ltm Samuel Bundy.

William Bundy and Mary Scott had the following child:

7 vi. Sarah Bundy was born, 23 Jan 1684/85. She married twice. She married Francis Pettitt. She married "Jones".

Second Generation

3. Caleb2 Bundy (William1) was born in Albemarle Co., NC, abt 1667. Caleb died 01 Mar 1720/21 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, at 53 years of age.

He married Jean (Jane) Marres or Maris in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, 24 Jul 1690. Jean was the daughter of Perigrene Marres or Maris. Jean died 23 Nov 1719 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina. Caleb Bundy married Jane (Jean) Maners at "ye quarterly meeting," July, 1690. At a meeting of the Quakers, March 1, 1703, their home was selected as the place for holding their monthly meetings. At their regular monthly meeting May 4, 1706, this organized group of Quakers decided to build a church between the home of Caleb Bundy and William Brother's Creek, and "unanimously agreed that it should be left to the Discression of the afsd Caleb Bundy Stephen Scott & Henry Keton to choose a proper place and also to go through with the Building of the said Meeting House." The committee chose a site on the banks of Symon's Creek, an arm of Little River, the oldest Quaker meetinghouse in the State of North Carolina of which there is a record. It has not been possible to fix accurately the location of the early Quaker churches in Pasquotank County. It seems to be the consensus of opinion that the site of this church was one mile from Symon's Creek on the road from Nixonton to Weeksville. Samuel and Caleb Bundy are listed as members.

Caleb and Jean (Jane), his wife, sold a plantation on Perquimans River "towards the head thereof" February 25, 1692-3 in Pasquotank Precinct (later Pasquotank County) . A grant in Pasquotank Co, NC was made in 1714 to Caleb "which lapsed in John Bundy's name" in 1727.

Caleb Bundy served as a member of the House of Burgesses, the lower house of the legislative body, for several terms. An address from the House of Burgesses to the governor and council, bearing no date but evidently about 1703, bore the signature of Caleb Bundy and others. Robert Daniels, the deputy-governor, demanded that all persons holding public office should take the oath of allegiance which resulted in driving the Quakers from the Assembly. The following proclamation was issued giving the reason for ordering another election: "Whereas Caleb Bundy Jeremiah Symonds Augustine Scarborough & John Hawkins Chosen Burgesses for this present Assembly . . . have refused to take the Oaths appointed by Law."10 The date of the proclamation was 1709 or 1710, as Caleb Bundy was a member of the House of Burgesses, October 11, 1709.

Caleb died in January, 1721. His will was probated in Pasquotank Precinct Court, April 27, 1721, in which he bequeathed to each of his heirs a tract of land. John was given the land he had purchased of Thomas Stanton, Benjamin received the farm where his father lived, Samuel was willed the land "lying up Little River," and Mary, the daughter, received a tract of land that he had bought from his brother Samuel. In the will he mentioned a granddaughter Liday, daughter of his son William. He named as his executors his sons, John and Benjamin.

His wife, Jane, died in 1719. His son, William, who married Ann Keaton, died in February preceding Caleb's death, and Mary passed on a few days after the death of her father."

p. 146, Vol. 1, NC, "Ency. of Amer. Quaker Gen." by Hinshaw Maris. (Pasquotank MM, Pasq. Co., NC 1690, 5, 24. Jean (Marres), dt Perigrene, Albamarl Co., NC, m. Caleb Bundy V. Mayo Bundy book on the Bundy family p. 131, 146, Vol. 1, NC, "Ency. of Amer. Quaker Gen." by Hinshaw Bundy. (Pasquotank MM, Pasq. Co., NC) 1690, 5, 24. Caleb, s William, Albamarl Co., m. Jean Marres. Maris. (Pasquotank MM, Pasq. Co., NC) 1690, 5, 24. Jean (Marres), dt Perigrene, Albamarl Co., NC, m. C aleb Bundy p. 301, "No. Carolina Hist. & Gen. Reg.", Misc. Items Taken From Loo se Papers - Among the Records of Albemarle Co. at Edenton: Rent Roll of Land in Albemarle Co. Names of Parties and their res idence, without date, but prior to 1700: Caleb Bundy, Pascotank, 175 acres.

Caleb Bundy and Jean (Jane) Marres or Maris had the following children:

+ 8 i. John3 Bundy was born 1694.

9 ii. Benjamin Bundy was born in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, 1696. Benjamin died 13 Aug 1728 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina. He married Hannah Clare in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, 03 Nov 1725. Hannah was born 15 Dec 1708 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina. Hannah was the daughter of Timothy Clare. Hannah died 1744 in NC, at 35 years of age.

10 iii. William Bundy was born in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, abt 1700. William died 09 Feb 1720/21 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, at 20 years of age. He married Ann Keaton in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, 19 Sep 1719. Ann was born abt 1702. Ann was the daughter of Henry Keaton and Elisabeth ??. She married Thomas Symons in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, 07 May 1724. V. Mayo Bundy book on the Bundy family of RI and NC Vol. 1, NC, "Ency. of Amer. Quaker Gen." by Hinshaw

11 iv. Samuel Bundy was born in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, abt 1701. Samuel died Oct 1750 in NC, at 49 years of age. He married twice. He married Mary Winslow in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, 02 Jun 1727. Mary was born 27 Apr 1707. Mary is the daughter of Thomas Winslow and Elizabeth Clare. He married Jane Moore in Perquimans County, North Carolina, 08 Apr 1731. Jane was born in Pasquotank County, North Carolina. Jane died 04 Aug 1742 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina.

12 v. Mary Bundy was born in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, 1702. Mary died 10 Mar 1720/21 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, at 18 years of age. She married Caleb Albertson.

13 vi. Caleb , Jr. Bundy was born in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, 1704. Caleb died 31 Jan 1720/21 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, at 16 years of age.

Third Generation

8. John3 Bundy (Caleb2, William1) was born in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, 1694. John died 22 Feb 1730/31 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, at 36 years of age.

He married Elizabeth Keaton in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, 16 May 1716. Elizabeth was the daughter of Henry Keaton and Elisabeth ??. Elizabeth died 17 Mar 1730/31 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina. Elizabeth and sister Ann Keaton married John Bundy and brother William. The Keaton girls had been orphaned young when their parents, Henry and Elisabeth, died during an epidemic. The Keaton children were placed in the care of members of the Friends meeting group.

John Bundy and Elizabeth Keaton had the following children:

14 i. Joshua4 Bundy was born, 04 Apr 1717. He married an unknown person.

15 ii. John Bundy was born, 12 Jan 1718/19. John died 02 Aug 1745 at 26 years of age. He married Ruth Hill 12 Sep 1738. Ruth is the daughter of Mary Spivey.

+ 16 iii. Caleb Bundy was born 12 May 1721.

17 iv. William Bundy was born, 21 Jan 1722/23. William died 7 Oct 1748 at 25 years of age. He married Elizabeth Cartright 1 Sep 1744.

18 v. Jean Bundy was born, 12 Jan 1724/25. Jean died 30 Jan 1734/35 at 10 years of age.

19 vi. Benjamin Bundy was born, 12 Dec 1729.

Fourth Generation

16. Caleb4 Bundy (John3, Caleb2, William1) was born, 12 May 1721. Caleb died 1785 at 64 years of age.

He married twice. He married Elizabeth Henby 07 Mar 1745/46. In 1745, our Caleb requested Friend's permission to marry Elizabeth Henby but was denied permission for some unpublished reason. Nevertheless, the two were married in December and their first child was born four months later in April 1746.

Elizabeth died 05 May 1762. He married Miriam Nicholson Morgan 1763. Within a year of Elizabeth's death, Caleb once again defied his Friend's standards by asking permission to marry again. Caleb and Miriam Morgan were married in 1763 and quickly began their family of nine children. The married couple suffered condemnation by their meeting group for having married too soon after Elizabeth's death, but they were accepted back "in unity."

Caleb Bundy and Elizabeth Henby had the following children:

+ 20 i. Dempsey5 Bundy was born 16 Apr 1746.

21 ii. John Bundy was born, 01 Nov 1747. John died 14 Feb 1762 at 14 years of age.

22 iii. Mariam Bundy was born, 01 Aug 1749. Mariam died 13 Feb 1762 at 12 years of age.

23 iv. Samuel Bundy was born, 28 Mar 1756. Samuel died 22 Feb 1762 at 5 years of age.

24 v. Sarah Bundy was born, 09 Jan 1759.

Caleb Bundy and Miriam Nicholson Morgan had the following children:

25 vi. Benjamin Bundy.

26 vii. Caleb Bundy.

27 viii. John Bundy was born, 1766.

28 ix. Jeremiah Bundy was born, 1768.

29 x. James Bundy was born, 1769.

30 xi. Hannah Bundy was born, 1772.

31 xii. Moses Bundy was born, 1774.

32 xiii. Samuel Bundy was born, 1776.

33 xiv. Christopher Bundy was born, 1777.

Fifth Generation

20. Dempsey5 Bundy (Caleb4, John3, Caleb2, William1) was born, 16 Apr 1746. Dempsey died 12 Jul 1800 in Surry County, North Carolina. In 1798 Dempsey gave Wayne Co. land to David. When Dempsey died, his sons David and Zodock were executors of his Will. The brothers sold much of Dempsey's land as well as most of David's. Their brother William then moved with his wife, Sarah Overman, to Belmont Co., Ohio. Millicent and Zodock moved with their spouses to Grayson Co., Virginia, but in 1815 Zodock moved his family to Butler Co., Ohio.

His body was interred in Friends Cem.

He married Mary Boswell 1754. Marriage date might possibly be 1764.

Mary was born abt 1754. Mary died 21 Mar 1804 at 49 years of age. In 1787 Dempsey moved his family from the Perquimans-Pasquotank area to the northern part of Wayne County, N.C. The Contentnea M.M. minutes show he joined that year. He is in Wayne Co. land records there as early as 1789, and in 1792 he bought 300 acres adjoining his own land. The four counties of Wayne, Johnson, Nash and Edgecombe all met at a point near Dempsey's land.

Dempsey Bundy and Mary Boswell had the following children:

+ 34 i. David6 Bundy was born 11 Aug 1775.

35 ii. Ruth Bundy was born, 22 Aug 1773.

36 iii. Millicent Bundy was born, 11 Dec 1769. She married Isaac Morris 14 Sep 1788.

37 iv. Mariam Bundy was born, 15 Mar 1771. Mariam died 1807 at 36 years of age.

38 v. Zodock Bundy was born, 20 Sep 1777.

39 vi. William Bundy was born, 01 Jan 1780. William died 21 Jun 1828 at 48 years of age. He married twice. He married Elizabeth Overman in Guilford County, North Carolina, 11 Dec 1802. Elizabeth was born 27 Jan 1782 in Wayne County, North Carolina. Elizabeth died 1803 in Wayne County, North Carolina, at 21 years of age. He married Sarah Overman in Wayne County, North Carolina, 08 Oct 1803. Sarah was born 16 Mar 1786 in Wayne County, North Carolina. Sarah died 8 May 1853 in Wayne County, North Carolina, at 67 years of age.

40 vii. John Bundy was born, 22 May 1782. John died 04 Feb 1859 in Clinton County, Ohio, at 76 years of age. He married Lydia Talbot 31 Mar 1805. Lydia was born 31 Jul 1782. Lydia died 28 Jul 1863 in Clinton County, Ohio, at 80 years of age.

He was christened in Westfork Friends Cemetery.

41 viii. Ruth Bundy was born, 4 Jul 1784.

42 ix. Mary Bundy was born, 31 Jul 1786.

Sixth Generation

34. David6 Bundy (Dempsey5, Caleb4, John3, Caleb2, William1) was born, 11 Aug 1775. David died abt 1815.

He married twice. He married Demaris Horn 16 Feb 1797. Demaris was born 29 Apr 1776. Demaris was the daughter of Thomas Horn and Cielia Vick. He married Orpha Horn 1808. David's first wife, Damaris, had died without children and David married again to her young sister, Orpha. Because of restrictions in the Friends' faith, Orpha was discharged from the group for marrying too close to kin. David's and Orpha's children do not appear in Quaker records because of this schism.

Orpha was born 1788. Orpha was the daughter of Thomas Horn and Cielia Vick.

David was listed as the head of a family on the 1810 Census in Nash Co, NC. Probably before 1808 David moved to Nash Co, NC, where he is listed in the 1810 census (pg89) living near his brother-in-law, Thomas Horn. The 1810 census shows them with two sons under 10.

David was listed as the head of a family on the 1820 Census in Nash Co, NC. David Bundy is listed in Nash County (page 446). He had 1 male btw. 10 & 16; 1 between 18 & 26 and 1 45 and over: females: 4 btw. 0 & 10 and 1 btw. 26 to 45. Validation for David Bundy as son of Caleb and Mary. V.O. Bundy's, "Meet Our Ancestors," p. 258, "Children of Demsy Bundy and Mary_ , b. ca. 1754, d. 3-21-1804,...4. David Bundy, b. 8-11-1775... V.Mayo Bundy's, "The Descendents of William & Elizabeth Bundy of Rhode Island and North Carolina," LC86-80782 (Library of Congress Numer)page 103, #4 David Bundy b. 8-11-1775 etc. Contentnea Monthly Meeting, Second Month Sixteenth 1797 (Holly Spring Meeting House), marriage record of David Bundy and Damaris Horn. David Bundy's parents listed: Demsey Bundy b. 4-16-1746 d. 4-10-1798 and Mary Boswell b. ca 1754 d. 3-21-1804. The marriage record from the Holly Spring Meeting House has witnesses including Damaris' Aunt Anna (Horn) Parker and her husband Jesse Parker, both of whom moved to Wayne Co., Indiana; David's brothers William and Zadock; David's sister, Millicent,'s husband Isaac Morris; and Damaris' parents Thomas and Celia (Vick) Horn. Robert and Mary Pierson's, "The Bundy Family History." p. 250 "After Dempsey and Mary Bundy died, three of their sons, David, Zodock, and William, settled their estates in 1804 and 1806.... Charlotte Carrere's, "Abstracts of Wayne County Wills, North Carolina" vol. 1, 1780-1868. p. 13, April 9, 1798, Bundy, Demsey, wife: Mary, sons: David, William, Zadock, John...etc. Wayne Co., N.C. Deed Book 5 p. 622, April 9, 1798 Demsey Bundy deed of gift to his son David Bundy...etc.

David Bundy and Orpha Horn had the following children:

43 i. Martha Ann7 Bundy. She married Augustin Thorn Aug 1834. Augustin was born 1813. Augustin was the son of Martin R. Thorn and Mary 'Polly' Coppage.

44 ii. Josiah Bundy was born in NC, 1811. He married Mary ??. Mary was born abt 1811 in NC.

Josiah was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census in Randolph, IN. Ward Twsp, Listed as farmer with property valued at $1000.

+ 45 iii. Gulielma Mariah Bundy was born 17 Jun 1815.

Seventh Generation

45. Gulielma Mariah7 Bundy (David6, Dempsey5, Caleb4, John3, Caleb2, William1) was born in NC, 17 Jun 1815. Gulielma died 2 Apr 1886 in Randolph, IN, at 70 years of age. Her body was interred Apr 1886 Mt. Gilead Cem, Greensfork Twp, Randolph, IN.

She married Taylor Arrington Thorn in Nash Co, NC, 12 Dec 1832. Neva Hill's book incorrectly lists Taylor's marriage to Mariah as being performed in Guilford Co, NC.