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Research File:
Bennett-Arnold

James Bundy - 1879

Both Abby Paker and James Bundy left Clay county sometime before 1900 - probably due to what later became known as "The Clay County War". This was actually a family fued between two very powerful and competing families in clay county - The White families and the Baker families. The fued involved also allied families on both sides. The Bundy family was allied through marriage with the White families. James and Abby moved to Williamsburg, Whitley County which is one two counties to the South of Clay  County.

James Bundy  b 1879 d 1957 & Abbey Parker b 1879 d 1970 - m:  1897
son of:  

William Letcher Bundy & Margaret Hooker b(abt)1857 in Clay County Ky m: 1874 - Clay Co,Ky
son of: 

Andrew Jackson Bundy 1852/1853 & Lucinda Bennett 3040

3040 - Lucinda Bennett

Andrew Jackson Bundy 1852/1853 & Lucinda Bennett
daughter of:
Asa Bennett b(abt)1797 in Md - d(bef)1881 & Delilah Woodward b- abt 1797 in Maryland.
son of:
John (Govenor) Bennett Sr. b1753 in St Field County, Down, Ireland - d1828 in Ohio County, Ky  & (1)  Mary Isyphena Plummer b: 1755 in Frederick Co Md - He was also married: (2) Sarah Petty

3438 - Mary Isyphena Plummer - 1755 

John (Govenor) Bennett Sr. - 1753 in St Field County, Down, Ireland - d1828 in Ohio County, Ky  &  (1)  Mary Isyphena Plummer - 1755 in Frederick Co Md - He was also married: (2) Sarah Petty
daughter of:
Samuel Plummer - of Frederick County, Md - d abt 1777 & 

Rachel Barnard - (??1713 - ?)


3924 - Rachel Barnard 

Samuel Plummer - b? in Frederick County, Md &  Rachel Barnard - abt 1713
daughter of:
Tristram Barnard &

Ruth Martin - abt 1683  in Amesbury, MA - She was a Mayflower descendant
son of:  Thomas Barnard - 1641 &  Sarah Peasley - 1642
son of:  Lt. Thomas Barnard - abt 1612 in England & Helen (Eleanor) - 1615 in England
son of:  Thomas Barnard - abt 1580 in England &  Margery Arnold  - abt 1581 in Ilchester, Somerset

3312 - Margery Arnold b: Bef. 30 Aug 1581

A descendant of: Cadwaladr - King of the Britons and other monarchs 

Thomas Barnard - abt 1580 in England &  Margery Arnold - bef 1581 in Somerset
daughter of:
Nicholas Arnold - abt 1555 in Somerset &

Ann Gulley - 1553 in Somerset
son of:  Richard Arnold, Jr - b: in Somerset, England  - d: 1595
son of:  Richard Arnold, Sr.  - b: in Somerset & Emmote Young
son of:  Thomas Arnold - Esquire of Llanthony and other estates in Monmouthshire & Agnes Warnstead - abt 1510
son of:  Roger Arnold  &
Joan Gamage
son of:  Arnholt ap Arnholt Vychan - Esquire - bet 1391-1420 & Sybil ferch Madoc - bet 1400-1423 
son of:  Arnholt ap Gwillim - bet 1351-1394 & Janet Fleming - bet 1358-1397 
son of:  Gwillim ap Meiric - Esquire - bet 1313-1367 & Jane ferch Ivor - bet 1319-1370 
son of:  Meiric ap Arthur - bet 1276-1338 & Annest ferch Cradock - bet 1282-1341 
son of:  Arthur ap Syssylth - bet 1239-1309 & Jane ferch Lein - bet 1245-1312 
son of:  Systyl ap Dyfnwall - Lord of Upper Gwent." - bet 1203-1280 & Annest Russell - bet 1208-1283 
son of:  Dyfnwall ap Carador - Lord of Gwent." - bet 1167-1250 & Joyes ferch Hamlet - bet 1172-1253 
son of:  Carador Ap Ynir Vichan - Lord of Gwent." - bet 1131-1220 & Nesta ferch Sir Sydereck Le Gros - bet 1136-1223 
son of:  Ynir Vichan  - King of Gwent  (aka: Ynir Vich ap Meric) - bet 1095-1190 & Gladice ferch Rhys Goch - bet 1100-1193 
son of:  Meiric - King of Gwentland - bet 1059-1160 & Eleanor ferch Ednivd - bet 1065-1163 
son of:  Ynir - King of Gwentland - bet 1024-1129  
son of:  Ynir ap Cadwaladr - King of the Britons - bet 0989-1099 - Kingdom flourished in the middle of the 12th century
son of:  Cadwaladr - King of the Britons - bet 0954-1068

He built Abergavenny in the county of Monmouth, Wales, and its castle. Some references are made from Welsh Genealogies, approximately 300-1400 AD., by Peter C. Bartrum. Because no dates are recorded in his work, all listed dates are estimated. The Early History of the New England Historic and Genealogical Society Journal published the data in vol 33, Oct. 1879 pages 427+. In the same publication in Jan. 1915 p. 64, Edson Salisbury Jones disputes this connection to early Welsh rulers, claiming that it cannot be backed by other evidence. More recent research shows that the line is most likely correct, although there are four generations which may have brothers' names rather than the actual ancestor's name in them.






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