1. JOHN1 BUNDY was born 1616 in
Child of John Bundy is:
2. i. WILLIAM2 BUNDY, b. Unknown, Wiltshire, England; d. Unknown, Wiltshire, England.
2. WILLIAM2 BUNDY (JOHN1) was
Unknown in Wiltshire, England, and died Unknown in Wiltshire, England.
He married ELLIONER UNKNOWN in Unknown.
Children of William Bundy and Ellioner Unknown are:
3. i. WILLIAM3 BUNDY, b. Abt 1630, probably in England; d. March 27, 1692, Perquimans County, North Carolina.
ii. JOHN BUNDY, b. Unknown, Wiltshire, England; d. Unknown, Massachusetta; m. UNKNOWN.
3. WILLIAM3 BUNDY (WILLIAM2,
born Abt 1630 in probably in England, and died March 27, 1692 in
Perquimans County, North Carolina. He married (1) ELIZABETH UNKNOWN Bef
1662 in possibly in England. He married (2) MARY SCOTT PEIRCE December
15, 1683 in Perquimans County, North Carolina, daughter of Joseph Scott
William Bundy was the original Quaker Bundy in the Colony of Carolina. He may have been the lineage of William Bundy the Elder and Ellioner, his wife of Wiltshire, England and a brother of John Bundy of Massachusetts. It is possible that William and Elizabeth purchased two hundred acres of land in what is now South Kingston, Rhode Island, May 1st, 1663. Twenty acres was laid out as a house lot, 'and he hath built upon it." Evidently William Bundy remained in possession of the land only five or six months when he sold it on October 27, 1663 to Jirah Bull, the "Fearless Quaker" who was one of the first Quakers to settle in Narrahansett County, Rhode Island. The The deed is signed by William Bundy and "X", the mark of Elizabeth Bundy. The deed states that, "I, William Bundy, late Narragansett, now bound for Carolina do assign to Jirah Bull..." The document thus proves that William Bundy was married to Elizabeth before October 27, 1663 the date of the deed, and that both left Rhode Island for Carolina about that time, and were certainly among the first settlers from New England to North Carolina. The Eight Lords Proprietors had, by 1665, outlined a plan by which they proposed to administer the civil affairs of the territory. Southeastern Virginia, which was adjacent to Albemarle region of Carolina to which the Bundys had come, was already settled. In 1663 charter Charles II gave to the Eight Lords Proprietors. Bundys and other Quakers took out patents for their new land.
William Bundy married first
possibly in England, Elizabeth_____
who was born about 1640 probably in England and died on 4 March 1676 in
Perquimans County, North Carolina. The had five children.
Children of William Bundy and Elizabeth Unknown are:
i. MARY4 BUNDY, b. 1662, probably in Massachusetts or Rhode Islan; d. November 10, 1694, Perquimans County, North Carolina; m. TIMOTHY CLEARE, June 07, 1685, Perquimans County, North Carolina.
4. ii. CALEB BUNDY, b. 1667, Perquimans County, North Carolina; d. March 01, 1720/21, Pasquotank County, North Carolina.
5. iii. HANNAH BUNDY, b. 1670; d. October 28, 1700.
iv. WILLIAM BUNDY, b. 1671; d. July 28, 1700; m. MARY SPIVEY.
SAMUEL BUNDY, b. February 04, 1674/75; d. March 14, 1739/40; m. (1)
TAMAR SIMONS (SYMONS), October 05, 1696; m. (2) ANN NICHOLSON, May 11,
Child of William Bundy and Mary Peirce is:
vi. SARAH4 BUNDY, b. January 23, 1684/85; m. (1) FRANCIS PETTITT; m. (2) UNKNOWN JONES, November 02, 1710.
4. CALEB4 BUNDY (WILLIAM3,
JOHN1) was born 1667 in Perquimans County, North Carolina, and died
March 01, 1720/21 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina. He married
JEANE (JANE) MANNERS (MANERS) July 14, 1690 in Pasquotank County, North
On 4-7-1690 Caleb Bundy and Joan
declared their intention of marriage, "it being the first time," and on
5-2-1690 they appeared and were "clear". On 5-3-1690 they wre at
liberty to take another according to the order of truth and on
5-24-1690 were married at the house of Henry White, North Carolina's
Children of Caleb Bundy and Jeane (Maners) are:
6. i. JOHN5 BUNDY, b. 1694, Pasquotank County, North Carolina; d. February 22, 1730/31, Pasquotank County, North Carolina.
ii. BENJAMIN BUNDY, b. Abt 1696, Pasquotank County, North Carolina; d. August 13, 1728, Pasquotank County, North Carolina; m. HANNAH CLEARE, November 11, 1725.
iii. SAMUEL BUNDY, b. Abt 1698; d. October 1750; m. (1) MARY WINSLOW, June 02, 1727; m. (2) JANE (JEAN) MOORE, April 08, 1731.
iv. WILLIAM BUNDY, b. Abt 1700; d. February 09, 1720/21, Pasquotank County, North Carolina; m. ANN KEATON, September 19, 1719.
v. MARY BUNDY, b. Abt 1702; d. March 10, 1720/21.
vi. CALEB BUNDY JR., b. Abt 1704;
d. January 31, 1720/21.
5. HANNAH4 BUNDY (WILLIAM3,
WILLIAM2, JOHN1) was born 1670, and died October 28, 1700. She married
JOHN LAWRENCE November 22, 1692, son of William Lawrence and Rachel
Children of Hannah Bundy and John Lawrence are:
i. WILLIAM5 LAWRENCE, b. January 03, 1693/94.
ii. ELIZABETH LAWRENCE, b. January 12, 1695/96.
6. JOHN5 BUNDY (CALEB4, WILLIAM3,
WILLIAM2, JOHN1) was born 1694 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina,
and died February 22, 1730/31 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina. He
married ELIZABETH KEATON May 16, 1716 in Pasquotank County, North
Carolina, daughter of Henry Keaton and Elizabeth Scott.
John Bundy, the first child
of Caleb Bundy and Jeane Manners, was born in 1694 and died on February
22, 1731. He married on May 16, 1716 to Elizabeth Keaton who died on
March 17, 1731. Elizabeth Keaton was the daughter of Henry Keaton who
died in July 1715 and Elizabeth Mayo Scott who died June 1716.
Elizabeth Mayo was the widow of Stephen Scott and daughter of Edward
Mayo, Sr. On October 20, 1716, the Pasquotank Monthly Meeting appointed
Friends to care for the fatherless children of Henry and Elizabeth
Keaton. Tow of these children, Elizabeth and Ann married two of Caleb
and Jeane Bundy's sons, John and William.
Children of John Bundy and Elizabeth Keaton are:
i. THOMAS6 BUNDY.
ii. JOSHUA BUNDY, b. April 04, 1717, Pasquotank County, North Carolina.
iii. JOHN BUNDY, b. January 12, 1718/19, Pasquotank County, North Carolina; d. February 08, 1744/45, Pasquotank County, North Carolina; m. RUTH HILL, December 01, 1738, Pasquotank County, North Carolina.
iv. CALEB BUNDY, b. May 21, 1721, Pasquotank County, North Carolina; d. January 06, 1785; m. ELIZABETH HENBY, March 07, 1745/46, Perquimans Monthly Meeting.
v. WILLIAM BUNDY, b. January 21, 1722/23; m. ELIZABETH CARTWRIGHT, September 01, 1744.
vi. JEAN BUNDY, b. January 12, 1724/25; d. January 30, 1734/35.
7.vii. BENJAMIN BUNDY, b. December 12, 1729, Pasquotank County, North Carolina.
7. BENJAMIN6 BUNDY (JOHN5,
WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, JOHN1) was born December 12, 1729 in Pasquotank
County, North Carolina. He married RUTH JENNINGS July 08, 1754 in
Pasquotank County, North Carolina.
Benjamin Bundy, the sixth
child of John Bundy and Elizabeth Keaton, b. 12-12-1729, m. Ruth
Jennings and was dismissed for marrying "not in our society." On 8th of
7mo. 1754 Friends reported that Benjamin Bundy has joined in marriage
with a young woman of our society. Thomas Nicholson and Joseph Robinson
were appointed to investigate. Case continued on 3rd of 8th mo. 1754 to
next meeting, but on 6th of 9th mo. 1754 Joseph Pritchard and Joseph
Scott were appointed to prepare a paper of disunity against Benjamin
Bundy and bring it to next meeting. On 3rd of 10th mo. 1754 Benjamin
Bundy was sent the paper of disunity. His wife was not named.
Children of Benjamin Bundy and Ruth Jennings are:
i. WILLIAM7 BUNDY.
ii. DAVID BUNDY, d. Bef 1831; m. UNKNOWN BATE.
iii. JONATHON BUNDY*, b. Abt 1755, Pasquotank County, North Carolina; d. August 16, 1819, Walnut Hill, Illinois; m. DORCUS BROTHERS, Bef 1785, Pasquotank County, North Carolina.