Descendants of Richard Bundick - from Gail Walczyk

Richard Bundick

First Generation

Richard Bundick was born circa 1613. He married four times. He first married circa 1638. The name of his first wife is unknown. She was born circa 1620. He married Dorothy as his second wife circa 1645 [before 1648] in Northampton Co., VA (Mackay: 324). The text reads:

These are to certify to whom it may concern that Richard Bunducke desiring to marry with the John Foster's servant. Conditioned between the same Rich: & John Foster that Rich: Bunducke should furnish John Foster a sufficient man Servant, or a boy of 15 or maid servant a sufficient hand to serve her stead, be bought when shipping came in, out of the shipping next coming in about Christmas or sooner. Witness my hand Thomas Palmer.

Recorded 12 March 1648 [1649] per me Edm. Mattews Clr Cur.

Dorothy, was born circa 1628. Her maiden name is unknown.

He married Ruth as his third wife circa 1664. Ruth, was born circa 1641. Her maiden name is unknown. She had first married Ralph Bundick circa 1659.

On 16 November 1665 in Accomack Co., VA Ruth was summoned to court and charged with fornication and producing a bastard (McKey Abstracts: 132). An abstract of the court records reads:

Ruth, the wife of Richard Bundick assigned her illegitimate son John to Dorothy Jordan and her daughter Elizabeth. The court assents binding the child according to law. In a letter to "Good Mistress Jordan," Ruth apologies for not being in court, but her husband would be there to dispose of her child. It was her desire that Mrs. Jordan and her daughter should have the child to serve them according to the custom of Virginia ...

Thomas Fowkes mentions Ruth in his will 18 May 1674 in Accomack Co., VA (Nottingham: 6). An abstract reads in part: Thomas, son of Ruth Bundick.

In June 1687, Ruth petitioned the court (Turner Sussex DE: 118). The court record reads:

June 1687 - Ruth Bundick Thomas Jones [Bundick] mother petitioned...

He married Elizabeth circa 1690. Elizabeth, was born circa 1660. In Richard Bundick's will on 29 December 1692 in Northampton Co., VA Elizabeth, was named as an heir. It was proved 28 February 1692. (See Richard Bundick's will here.)

In 1665 Richard Bundick was on the List of Tithables for in Accomack Co., VA with (Nottingham Tithables: 2).

He resided at Long Love Branch, in Delaware in 1683 (Turner Sussex Records: 134). Cornelius Verhoof mentions Richard Bundick in his will in Delaware (134). An abstract of Verhoof"s oral will reads:

... Sick at the house of Richard Bundock in Sussex County Bequeathed to Barbara the daughter of Elizabeth Parling she accepted with th rest of the children of Simon Parling the back water point next to Pagons Creek belonging to a divident of land called The Ship Carpenters Yard. Unto Simon Parling so much. To Richard Bundock & his wife etc. To John Johnson Junr etc. To Thomas Gollidge alas Jones etc. To John Betts a land in Murderkill Hundred where John Betts now lives, Halmanius Wiltbank & Peter Groundick Executors. Administrators to be careful to transport half of Estate to Holland to my brother-in-law John Lilevoort [Vomb?] & my sister Ee Verhoofe December 23, 1683 Wit: Randle Shard, William Emmett.

1664 - Pattent to Richard Bundick for 1400 acres and in 1672 another pattent for 600 acres at the head of the first one. The whole is generally called Parker's Neck on the south and is bounded by Parker's Creek and its northern head branch, originally called Long Love Branch, but now Poorhouse Branch. the creek on the north originally was Arcadia Creek, early in the last century it once appeared as Alligator Creek, and still later Alicado Creek, the last two names may have been a corruption of the first. The 2,000 acres early became broken up into several major parcels, ... (Whitelaw: 1132).

1666 - Richard and Ruth Bundick sold 700 acres in the bottom of the neck to Thomas Fowkes. He was the one who married Amy, the widow of Nicholas Waddilow ... (1132).

1667 - Richard and Ruth Bundick made a deed of gift of 200 acres to their daughter Elizabeth and her husband John Sturgis. (Whitelaw: 1134).

1673 - Richard and Ruth Bundick sold 600 acres to John Drummond, it was supposed to br the 600 acres surplus land in his second pattent of 1672. bu the deed stated that only 550 acres had been found upon survey (Whitelaw: 1137).

1680 - Richard and Ruth Bundick sold 300 acres to John Barnes, it extended westward from the above, along the north east end of the Finney part, until it reached the John Drummond part to be reported later (Whitelaw: 1136).

On 4 August 1692 Richard Bundick petitioned the court (Walczyk Northampton 1689-1693: 116). The Court record reads: Upon the petition of Richard Bundick order is granted against the estate of Eustace Parsons deceased for the sum of seven hundred seventy four pounds of tobacco and cask appearing due by account to be paid by the Sheriff out of the said Parsons estate to be by him sold at an outcry with the cost of the suit.

Richard Bundick was mentioned in court on 29 November 1692 in Northampton Co., VA (Walczyk, Northampton 1689-1693: 130). The court records read:

Whereas it appeared to the court by account exhibited by Capt Arthur Robins High Sheriff of the sales of the estate of Eustace Parsons dec'd that there is six hundred fifty pounds of tobacco and cask due to balance. It is therefore the judgement of the court and accordingly ordered that the same be paid to Richard Bundick for the use of William the son of Susanna Richards (owned by the said Parsons to be his child) according to his nuncupative will, and that the said child is bound by the court to continue with the said Bundick untill 21 years of age (unless the court finds cause to the contrary) and in the case of said Bundick and wife's decease before the said age then to return to his said mother (if living) or to be at his own disposal he giving bond with security to save the parish harmless form the said child and to be responsible to him the said tobacco when he attains to the age aforesaid.

Richard made a will on 29 December 1692 in Northampton Co., VA. It was proved 28 February 1692. (See Richard Bundick's will here.)

Richard Bundick was named in the deed on 20 November 1694 in Delaware in which an John Jones [Bundick] from his brother Thomas Jones [Bundick] (Brewer Land Records - Sussex: 16). The deed on part reads:

20 November 1694 - Thomas Jones of Sussex Co. Pennsylvannia planter for 35 pounds to his brother John Jones of the same place . . . part of a 1200 tract of land a side of Long Love Branch adjoining Luke Wattson and Robert Bracey, confirmed unto Richard Bundick formerly of this County now deceased by pattent bearing date at Philadelphia 2 March 1684 which he sold Norton Caypoole 400 acres and afsd John and Thomas Jones on 4 September 1686 . . .

Richard Bundick and his first wife had the following child:

+ I. Ralph Bundick was born circa 1639.

Richard Bundick and Dorothy had the following children:

+ 2. Elizabeth Bundick was born circa 1645

+ 3. Ann Bundick was born circa 1647.

+ 4. Dorothy Bundick was born circa 1655.

+ 5. Richard Bundick was born circa 1656.

+ 6. Grace Bundick was born circa 1661. On 28 July 1681 she married Ard Johnson van Kirk in Delaware (Turner: 55). The text reads:

Ard Johnson van Kirk and Grace Bundock Married by William Clark one of the Kings Justices of the peace July 28, 1681 after due publication ...

 

Second Generation

1. Ralph Bundick, the son of Richard Bundick and his first wife was born circa 1639. Ralph married Ruth circa 1660. Ralph died before 1664.  Ralph Bundick and Ruth, Mrs. Richard Bundick had the following children:

1. Thomas Bundick [alias Jones] was born circa 1660. In Thomas Fowkes 's will on 10 September 1673 in Accomack Co., VA, Thomas was named as an heir. It was proved 18 May 1674 (Whitelaw: 6). An abstract in part reads: Thomas, son of Ruth Bundick. ... Wife Amy Exec. Witt: William Anderson, Isaack Henman, John Sturges.

In George Watson's will on 4 November 1674 in Accomack Co., VA, Thomas was named as an heir. It was proved 7 February 1674. An abstract of his will reads:

WATSON, GEORGE - 4 Nov. 1674 - 7 Feb. 1674 - To Tabitha Whittington, daughter of William Whittington & Tabitha, his wife. To Henry Edwards. To Tabitha Whittington, wife of William Whittington & to William Whittington mourning rings. 600 acres at Long Love Branch to be divided, 300 acres to Jon. & Thomas Bundick, sons of Ralph & Ruth Bundick, the other 300 acres to Tabitha Browne, relict of Mr. Devoras Browne. Tabitha Browne Exec. To Capt. Southy Littleton. After payment of debts bal. of estate to be sent home to my daughter the next year, 1675. Witt: Tobias Sellvey, Edm: Browne, Edith Robinson.

Whitelaw mentions both Thomas and John Bundick (Whitelaw: 1131).

[A117] As John and Thomas Jones they sold the 300 acres of land that was left to them by George Watson to John Sturgis. At the time they were living in Delaware.

2. John Bundick [alias Jones] was born circa 1662. John was mentioned in court on 16 November 1665 in Accomack Co., VA (McKey: 132). An abstract of the court records reads:

Ruth, the wife Bundick assigned her illegitimate son John to Dorothy Jordan and her daughter Elizabeth. The couet assents binding the child according to law. In a letter to "Good Mistress Jordan," Ruth apologies for not being in court, but her husband would be there to dispose of her child. It was her desire that Mrs. Jordan and her daughter should have the child to serve them according to the custom of Virginia ...

2. Elizabeth Bundick the daughter of Richard and Dorothy Bundick was born circa 1647.  She married John Sturgis circa 1666. John was born circa 1623. He first married Dorothy Savage of circa 1660. She died circa 1665.

In 1664 John Sturgis was on the List of Tithables for in Accomack Co., VA with 2 tithes (Nottinghan, Stratton, Accomack Tithables 1663-1695, p 2).

He witnessed the will of Thomas Fowkes on 10 September 1673 in Accomack Co., VA. It was proved 18 May 1674 (Nottingham: 6).

John made a will on 6 March 1683. It was proved 5 Aug. 1684 (Nottingham: 13). An abstract of his will reads:

STURGIS, JOHN - 6 Mar. 1683 - 5 Aug. 1684 - Wife Elizabeth - To son John. To son Richard (under 21). To son Jonathan (under 20). To son Daniel (under 16). To daughter Dorothy Nevill, To daughter Ann Sturgis, Witt: Richard Bundick, David Jones.

John Sturgis and Dorothy Savage had the following children.

1. John Sturgis was born circa 1662.

2. Dorothy Sturgis was born circa 1664. In John Sturgis' will on 6 March 1683 Dorothy was named as an heir. It was proved 5 Aug. 1684 (Nottingham: 13).

Elizabeth Bundick and John Sturgis had the following children:

3. Ann Sturgis was born circa 1666. In John Sturgis' will on 6 March 1683 Ann was named as an heir. It was proved 5 Aug. 1684 (Nottingham: 13).

4. William Sturgis was born circa 1668. William Sturgis died in December 1681 in a hunting accident.

5. Richard Sturgis was born circa 1670. In John Sturgis' will on 6 March 1683 Richard was named as an heir. It was proved 5 Aug. 1684 (Nottingham: 13).

6. Jonathan Sturgis was born circa 1670. In John Sturgis' will on 6 March 1683 Jonathan was named as an heir. It was proved 5 Aug. 1684 (Nottingham: 13).

7. Daniel Sturgis was born circa 1674. In John Sturgis' will on 6 March 1683 Daniel was named as an heir. It was proved 5 Aug. 1684 (Nottingham: 13).

3. Ann Bundick the daughter of Richard Bundick and Dorothy was born circa 1647. In Richard Bundick's will on 29 December 1692 in Northampton Co., VA, Ann was named as an heir. It was proved 28 February 1692.  (See Richard Bundick's will here.)

She married Thomas Nixson circa 1665. Thomas was born circa 1640. Whitelaw mentions Thomas and Ann Nixson (Whitelaw: 1116). The text reads:

[A113] 1684 Parker and Morris assigns their interests in the tract to their partner Moore, who shortly sold it all to Thomas Nixson, Tanner. 1689 Thomas Nixson died intestate leaving a widow Ann and sons Thomas, Edward and Richard. The first named was the heir at law, bur he died without heirs in 1696 and the title passed to his brother Edward and in 1700 he and his wife Elizabeth Nickson sold the 299 acres to Richard Bundick.

On 17 December 1689 the estate of Thomas Nixson was administered to Ann Nixson (Nottingham: 20). NIXSON, THOMAS - Letters of Administration on his estate were granted to Ann Nixson, widow of said Thomas.

In Richard Bundick's will on 29 December 1692 in Northampton Co., VA, Ann was named as an heir. It was proved 28 February 1692.  (See Richard Bundick's will here.)

In her son Thomas Nixson's will on 12 February 1695 in Accomack Co., VA, Ann was named as an heir. It was proved 11 June 1696 (Nottingham: 27). mother Ann Nixson. Bros. Edward & Richard Nixson. Proved by Richard Bundick & Jonathan Sturgis

Ann Bundick and Thomas Nixson had the following children:

1. Thomas Nixson was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1667. Thomas made a will on 12 February 1695 in Accomack Co., VA. It was proved 11 June 1696 (Nottingham: 27). An abstract of his oral will reads:

NIXSON, THOMAS - Nunc.- Declaration 12 Feb. 1695 - Proved 11 June 1696 - Rec. 16 June 1696 - To mother Ann Nixson. Bros. Edward & Richard Nixson. Proved by Richard Bundick & Jonathan Sturgis

2. Edward Nixson was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1670. He married Elizabeth circa 1695. Her maiden name is unknown. Elizabeth, was born circa 1677.

In his brother Thomas Nixson's will on 12 February 1695 in Accomack Co., VA, Edward was named as an heir. It was proved 11 June 1696 (Nottingham: 27).

On 20 July 1703 Edward Nixson sold 400 acres of land to Sary Clifton (Turner:25). The text reads:

Edward Nixson of the County aforesd [Sussex DE] Did convey by his deed of Sale 140 acres of land to Sary Clifton widow of the town of Lewes & County aforesd part of a tract of 400 acres of land.

3. Richard Nixson was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1672. In his brother Thomas Nixson's will on 12 February 1695 in Accomack Co., VA, Richard was named as an heir. It was proved 11 June 1696 (Nottingham: 27).

4. Dorothy Bundick the daughter of Richard and Dorothy Bundick was born circa 1655.

She married James Connier on 18 September 1673 in Somerset/Worcester, MD (Wright Vital: 104).

Somerset County Land Records

James Connier and Dorithy Bundick married by Mr. Charles Ballard, Justice for Somerset County 18 September 1673.

In Richard Bundick's will on 29 December 1692 in Northampton Co., VA, Dorothy was named as an heir. It was proved 28 February 1692. (See Richard Bundick's will here.)

Dorothy Bundick and James Connier had the following children:

1. Dorithy Connier was born in Somerset/Worcester, MD on 25 September 1674 (Wright Vital: 104).

2. James Connier was born in Somerset/Worcester, MD on 15 March 1676 (Wright Vital: 104).

3. Mary Connier was born in Somerset/Worcester, MD on 14 February 1678 (Wright Vital: 104).

4. Katherine Connier was born in Somerset/Worcester, MD on 20 June 1681 (Wright Vital: 104).

5. Grace Connier was born in Somerset/Worcester, MD on 16 May 1686 (Wright Vital: 104).

6. Anne Connier was born in Somerset/Worcester, MD on January 1688 (Wright Vital: 104).

5. Richard Bundick the son of Richard and Dorothy Bundick was born in circa 1656.

He married twice. He married circa 1681. The name of his first wife is unknown. She was born circa 1663.

He married Susannah Justice circa 1694 in Accomack Co., VA. Susannah was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1676. Susannah was the daughter of Ralph Justice and Mary Abbott.

Susannah Justice was named in the deed on 25 January 1722 in Delaware in which an unknown person from Richard Bundick (Brewer: 33, 34).

Ralph Justice mentions Susannah Justice in his will 2 December 1729 in Accomack Co., VA (Nottingham: 93). An abstract of his will reads:

JUSTICE, RALPH - 17 Sept. 1729 - 2 Dec. 1729 - To son Richard my dwelling plantation & 600 acres thereto belonging after the death of his mother, also 200 acres of land & marsh leased of Thomas Hope for the term of the lease. To son Robert 300 acres land & marsh where he now lives during his life reversion to his son Richard. To daughter Elizabeth Johnson. Daughter Sarah Kitson. Grandaughter Mary Parramore. Dau Mary Baker.  To grandson Richard Bundick. To grandson Abbot Bundick. To grandaughter  Sarah Justice, daughter of Abbot Justice 280 acres which Ibought of Mr. Jenifer. To sons Richard & John 100 acres of swamp. Wife Mary to have use of my plantation during her life. Bal. of estate to be divided in 6 parts & to my children John, Robert, Richard, Elizabeth, Sarah and the children of my daughter Susanna Bundick when they come to age or marry. Wife & son Richard Exrs. Witt: Richard Kitson, Elias Bell, William Dalton.

Richard Bundick witnessed the will of John Sturgis on 6 March 1683. It was proved 5 Aug. 1684 (Nottingham: 13).

Richard Bundick was mentioned in court In the deposition of George Green & Ann Simpson on 4 August 1692 in Northampton Co., VA (Walczyk Northampton 1689-1693: 116). The court record reads:

Northampton, Virginia Be it remembered that we George Greene and Anne Simpson both of th said county being present at the house Bundick in the county aforesaid where Eustace Parsons late of the same county dec'd lived, and about the latter end of April last then lay sick and was in perfect sense and memory whom they heard pronounce and say, This declarant Ann Simpson then having William the son of Susanna Richards in her arms by the bedside by him and asked him if it should please God to take him out of the world of sickness, who should have that small estate he should leave behind him, who replied that the said child then held by this declarant adding further who should have it else, and being asked what cattle he had his answer was two cows and one yearling horse which with all the rest of that small estate he should leave behind in the world. He freely gave unto the said child, and to the truth hereof we the said George Green and Anne Simpson can safely and are ready to dispose when there unto legally called, to which he have set our hands ths twenty seventh day of July 1692.

In Richard Bundick's will on 29 December 1692 in Northampton Co., VA, Richard was named as an heir. It was proved 28 February 1692.  (See Richard Bundick's will here.)

On 25 January 1722 in Delaware John Allen from Richard Bundick (Brewer: 33, 34). 25 January 1722 Deed Richard Bundick of Accomack County Va planter, and Susanna his wife for 20 pounds sold to John Allen of Sussex Co., Yeoman . . . a tract of land a side of Long Love or Long Love Branch pt of a 1200 tract formerly taken up by Richard Bundick.father of afsd Richard Bundick . . . 500 acres Richard Bundick do here by appoint John Chambers of Sussex Co. wheelwright to ackn these presents in open court. Wir: John Foord Richard Bundick William Ross. ackn Feburary 1722 Attest: Preservd Coggdshall clk

25 January 1722 at Accomack County Came before Tully Robinson justice of he peace of Accomack Co. John Foord & Richard Bundick Junr both of said Co. and made oath that they saw the above Richard Bunduck and Susanna his wife sign seal & deliver the deed of saile and also that they saw William Ross sign as a wit to the same.

Richard made a will on 23 May 1731 in Accomack Co., VA. It was proved 6 July 1731 (Nottingham: 96). An abstract of his will reads:

BUNDOCK, RICHARD - 23 May 1731 - 6 July 1731 - To son George Bundock plantation where I now live containing 200 acres. To son Abbot Bundock (under 21) 100 acres in the woods near Gargathy adjcent my son Richard's land. To grandson William Bundock Pearson 73 acres, being the remainder of the tract of land given my son Abbot on Gargatha Branch.  To son Justis Bundook (under 21) 100 acres near Guilford between the land I gave John Onions & Richard Jones' land. Grandson John Onions.  To son George Bundock the remainder of my land at the head of Guilford. 3 daughters Mary Evans, Tabitha Bundock & Keziah Bundock. Son in law John Onions.  To daughters Ann Abbot, Susanna Onions & Mary Evans. Son George residual legatee & Exr. Witt: Thomas Evans, William Wilson, William Hastings

Richard Bundick and his first wife had the following children:

I. George Bundick was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1683. George died before 23 February 1764. He married Elizabeth Abbott before 2 April 1706 in Accomack Co., VA. Elizabeth was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1686. Elizabeth was the daughter of John Abbott and Amy Mason.

Circa 1706 George and an unknown person had Richard Bundick of George in Accomack Co., VA. In Richard Bundick 's will on 23 May 1731 in Accomack Co., VA, George was named as an heir. It was proved 6 July 1731 (Nottingham: 96).

2. Richard Bundick was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1686. Richard Bundick was named in the deed on 25 January 1722 in Delaware (Brewer: 34). The deed reads in part:

25 January 1722 at Accomack County Came before Tully Robinson justice of he peace of Accomack Co. John Foord & Richard Bundick Junr both of said Co. and made oath that they saw the above Richard Bunduck and Susanna his wife sign seal & deliver the deed of saile and also that they saw William Ross sign as a wit to the same.

Richard died before 27 May 1766 (Nottingham: 207). On 27 May 1766 Letters of Administration on his estate were granted to John Bundick. Richard Bundick security. - 27 May 1766.

3. Ann Bundick was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1688. She married a Mr Abbott circa 1706. He was born circa 1681.

4. Mary Bundick was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1691.

Richard Bundick and Susannah Justice of Ralph had the following children:

5. [----] Bundick was born circa 1699. She married William Richards-Parsons of Susannah circa 1717. William was born in Northampton Co., VA circa 1692. William (Marshall: 89, 146; and Walczyk Cattlemarks: 12) was the son of Eustace Parsons and Susannah Richards. William Richards-Parsons of Susannah was mentioned in court In the deposition of George Green & Ann Simpson on 4 August 1692 in Northampton Co., VA (Walczyk Northampton 1689-1693: 116). The court record reads:

Northampton, Virginia Be it remembered that we George Greene and Anne Simpson both of th said county being present at the house Bundick in the county aforesaid where Eustace Parsons late of the same county dec'd lived, and about the latter end of April last then lay sick and was in perfect sense and memory whom they heard pronounce and say, This declarant Ann Simpson then having William the son of Susanna Richards in her arms by the bedside by him and asked him if it should please God to take him out of the world of sickness, who should have that small estate he should leave behind him, who replied that the said child then held by this declarant adding further who should have it else, and being asked what cattle he had his answer was two cows and one yearling horse which with all the rest of that small estate he should leave behind in the world. He freely gave unto the said child, and to the truth hereof we the said George Green and Anne Simpson can safely and are ready to dispose when there untolegally called, to which he have set our hands ths twenty seventh day of July 1692.

William Richards-Parsons was bound to Eustace Parsons until age 21 on 29 November 1692 in Northampton Co., VA (Walczyk Northampton 1689-1693: 130). The court records read:

Whereas it appeared to the court by account exhibited by Capt Arthur Robins High Sheriff of the sales of the estate of Eustace Parsons dec'd that there is six hundred fifty pounds of tobacco and cask due to balance. It is therefore the judgement of the court and accordingly ordered that the same be paid to Richard Bundick for the use of William the son of Susanna Richards (owned by the said Parsons to be his child) according to his nuncupative will, and that the said child is bound by the court to continue with the said Bundick untill 21 years of age (unless the court finds cause to the contrary) and in the case of said Bundick and wife's decease before the said age then to return to his said mother (if living) or to be at his own disposal he giving bond with security to save the parish harmless form the said child and to be responsible to him the said tobacco when he attains to the age aforesaid.

William Richards-Parsons was mentioned in court on 28 February 1692/3 in Northampton Co., VA (Walczyk Northampton 1689-1693: 143). The court record reads:

William the son of Susannah Richards being formerly bound (with the said mother's consent) to Richard Bundick and Elizabeth his wife till at age according to law in case they lived so long (unless the court found cause to the contrary in the mean time) and after their decease to return to his mother (if living) otherwise to be at his own dispose, and forasmuch as the said Richard Bundick is since deceased and his widow and execr. Elizabeth Bundick willing to turn him over upon the same terms to John Ward and Ann his wife which (with the said Susanna Richards consent) the court concedes to, He the said Ward entering into bond with security to save the parish harmless from the said child, and to be responsible for what he shall receive apportaining to him when he shall attain to age according to law or at the decease of the said John Ward and Anne his wife as aforesaid, Henry Clegg and William Dunton having tendred themselves in open court security for the said Wards performance thereof whom they accept they entering into bond accordingly.

On 28 March 1693 in Northampton Co., VA William Dunton along with Henry Clegg and John Ward promised to deliver the estate of Eustace Parsons who acknowleged he was the father of Susannah Richards's natural born son William Richards-Parsons of Susannah (Mihayka Loose Papers: 4). An abstract of the loose papers reads:

The condition of this Obligation Bond is such that the bound John Ward, Henry Clegg and William Dunton promise to deliver the surplusage of the estate of Eustace Parsons to William Richards, son of Susannah Richards. Parsons owns that William is his son and that he should inherit upon reaching lawful age. Signed by John Ward and Henry Clegg (thier marks) and William Dunton.

William Richards-Parsons was mentioned in court on 28 October 1698 in Northampton Co., VA (Walczyk Northampton 1694-1698: 163). The court record reads:

Whereas Willim the son of Susanna Richards formerly bound to Richard Bundick and Elizabeth his wife and by them turned over in court to John Ward and Ann his wife and since by the said Ward assignees in his lifetime to Thomas Dunton Jr. and consented to in court by Ann the widow of the said Ward dec'd which the court concedes to Thomas Dunton Senr and John Dunton having first tendered themselves security for the said Thomas Dunton Junr. to saved the parish harmless form the said William the son of the said Susanna Richards, and to pay him the said William what belongs to him according to former order by which he was bound to the said Bundick and wife, and so to serve according to said order (unless the court find cause to the contrary in the meantime.)

6. Justice Bundick was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1710. In Richard Bundick 's will on 23 May 1731 in Accomack Co., VA, Justice was named as an heir. It was proved 6 July 1731 (Nottingham: 96).

Justice made a will on 15 December 1768 in Accomack Co., VA. It was proved 1 February 1769 (Nottingham: 243). An abstract of his will reads:

BUNDICK, JUSTICE - 15 Dec. 1768 - 1 Feb. 1769 - To Robert Jones. To Thomas Bloxom. To Richard Bundick. To Rachel Sandrews. 2 daughters Susannah & Beersheba Bundick residual legatees. Thomas Crippen & Charles Bagwell Exrs. Witt: Richard Onions, John Riggs. In order of probate: Richard Onions app. guardian to Tabitha Bundick, one of the co-heirs of the testator.

7. Keziah Bundick was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1713.

7. Abbott Bundick was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1715. Abbott before 1 September 1784 (Nottingham: 348). He married Keziah Bell of Elias circa 1759 in Accomack Co., VA. Keziah was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1741. Keziah was the daughter of Elias Bell and Rachel, his wife.In Richard Bundick 's will on 23 May 1731 in Accomack Co., VA, Abbott was named as an heir. It was proved 6 July 1731 (Nottingham: 96).

Abbott made a will on 7 March 1784 in Accomack Co., VA. It was proved 1 September 1784 (Nottingham: 348). An abstract of his will reads:

BUNDICK, ABBOT - 7 Mar. 1784 - 1 Sept. 1784 - To wife Kesiah Bundick my plantation during her widow, reversion to son Elias Bundick & for want of heirs to my 5 daughters Rachel, Leah, Tabitha, Patience & Keziah Bundick. Personal estate to wife for life & then to my 5 daughters Wife & Stephen Bell Exrs. Witt: Robert James, Thomas Taylor, William Taylor.

 

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