Notes
children born to William Goeble Bundy & Beautrice Powers:
(1) Eugene G. Bundy b: 18 Ju 1922 Whitley Co, KY
(2) Lannie Neal Bundy b: 14 Jul 1926 Whitley Co, KY
(3) Lloyd J. Bundy b: 25 Oct 1928 Whitley Co, KY
(4) Archie Bundy b: 18 Mar 1911 Whitley Co, KY d: 10 Nov 1913 Whitley Co, KY
(5) Bessie Bundy b: 07 Nov 1913 Whitley Co, KY
(6) Charles Bundy b: 29 Mar 1919 Whitley Co, KY d: 30 Mar 1919 Whitley Co, KY
(7) James Bundy b: 23 Apr 1920 Whitley Co, KY

Notes
Joel S. Powers b: 1841 in Whitley Co Kentucky - married: (1) Elizabeth Harp 4407 and after she died he married her sister: (2) Talitha Harp 4407
Children born to:  Joel S. Powers
(1) - Wilder Powers  1868 (son of Talitha)
 (2) - Ramey Powers b: 1885 (son of Elizabeth)
(3) - Ethel Powers b: 1887 (daughter of Elizabeth)
(4) - Lida Powers b: 1889 (daughter of Elizabeth)
(5) - Manerva Powers b: 1890 (daughter of Elizabeth)
(6) - Thomas Terrill Powers b: 21 SEP 1891 (son of Elizabeth)
(7) - Mary M Powers b: ABT. 1870 (daughter of Talitha)
(8) - Sarah E Powers b: abt. 1873 (daughter of Talitha)
(9) - John L Powers b: abt. 1875 (son of Talitha) (10) - Elman " Luke" Powers b: abt. 1878 (son of Talitha)
Notes
Elakiam Powers aka: Elikim (Like) Selby Powers - Father of Joel S. Powers
children were:
(1) - Joel S. Powers
(2) - Elizabeth Powers - abt 1842,
(3) - Rebecca Powers - abt 1844,
(4) - Clarinda Powers - abt 1848,
(5) - John B. Powers - abt 1851,
(6) - Manerva E. Powers - abt 1853,
(7) - Joshua Powers - abt 1854,
(8) - Jesse S. Powers - 1857,
(9) - J. Lamanson Powers - 1858
Notes
Thomas de Davenport - abt 1283 in Davenport, Cheshire who married Elizabeth Davenport - abt 1295 in Davenport, Cheshire -
(his brother was:  
Sir John de Davenport - 1276 who is Thomas Family Lineage - through Margery Brereton) )
son of:
Thomas de Davenport
- abt 1250 in Cheshire who married  Agnes de MacClesfield - abt 1260 in Cheshire
(his siblings were
Henry de Davenport & Ellen de Davenport - abt 1255 in Davenport, Cheshire - married:  William de Bulkeley - abt 1242 in Bulkeley, Cheshire)
Notes
Richard de Davenport - abt 1136 in Davenport, Cheshire who married: Amabilia de Venables - abt 1147 in Cheshire
(his brotherr was
John de Hulme (de Davenport) - abt 1154 in Somerford Booths, Cheshire, England)
Notes



















Notes
01- Haninai_Ha_David_Natronai
Haninai Ha David Natronai - Born in Babylon, Iraq on 687 to Natronai Ben Nehemiah and Bat Hisdai David. Haninai Ha David married Rolinde D Aquitaine. Haninai Ha David married Havah Ha David and had a child. He passed away on 520.
Notes
Bath Hisdai ha-David - princess of the exilarchs - b: before 665 - d: unknown
daughter of:
Hisdai Shahrijar Ha David - b. 635, Babylon, Mesopotamia, Irāq - d. 665, Babylon,
Mesopotamia, Irāq (Age 30 years)

son of:
Bustanai Ben Haninai Ha David,   b. About 609,   d. Date unknown & & Izdundad van PerziŰ
b. About 609,   d. Date unknown
Notes

Bustanai ben Haninai ha-David [Mustanai; Ben Hanina, Ben Hanini], exilarch of the Jews 610-670, born 590? or 610 Babylon, died 670? Babylon, descendant of Zerubbabel, who  married: Izdundad of Persia [Izdundan], princess of the Sassanians
son of
Haninai ben ha-David, aka:  (Haninai Ben Bustanai Ha David) - born 590 Babylon, Mesopotamia, Irāq  d. Date unknown 

Notes
Children  of:  Bustanai ben Haninai ha-David & Izdundad
  1. Haninai Ben Bustanai Ha David   b. 627, Babylon, Mesopotamia, Irāq   d. Date unknown

 2. Hisdai Shahrijar Ha David   b. 635, Babylon, Mesopotamia, Irāq   d. 665, Babylon, Mesopotamia, Irāq (Age 30 years)






Research File:
Powers-Davenport
Research by Randal M. Bundy
Powers-Davenport - this line goes back to and beyond, Redburga of Septimania  daughter of:  Theuderic [Thierri] of Narbonne aka (Theodoric \ Dietrich - Duke of Toulouse) aka Makhir
a Jewish Prince
 - Margrave of Septimania - abt 0700 in Babylon - married:  Auda - Princess of France - born in Heristal, Liege, Belgium 
(The identification of Theuderic [Thierri] of Narbonne with one of the Jewish prince who bore the name Makhir is generally accepted today by competent scholars)
- see:  Makhir of Narbonne

the relation between Makhir and Charlemagne is legendary, the more famous king substituting for his father Pepin, king of the Franks, who in order to enlist the Jews of Narbonne in his efforts to keep the Ummayad Saracens at bay, granted wide-ranging powers in return for the surrender of Moorish Narbonne to him in 759. The monkish Annals of Aniane and the Chronicle of Moissac both attribute this action to the Gothicleaders of Narbonne, rising up and massacring the Saracen garrison. Pepin with his sons Carloman and Charles redeemed this pledge in 768, granting to Makhir and his heirs extensive lands, an act that called forth an unavailing protest from Pope Stephen III.[1] In 791 Charlemagne confirmed the status of the Jewish Principate and made the title of Nasi permanent.[2]

The Makhir family enjoyed for centuries many privileges and that its members bore the title of "nasi" (prince). Benjamin of Tudela, who visited Narbonne in 1165, speaks of the exalted position occupied by the descendants of Makhir, and the "Royal Letters" of 1364 [3] also record the existence of a rex Iudaeorum at Narbonne. The place of residence of the Makhir family at Narbonne was designated in official documents as "Cortada Regis JudŠorum".[4] Makhir is said to have founded aTalmudic school there which vied in greatness with those of Babylonia and which attracted pupils from many distant points.

These families and their branches over time have made their way to North American in both the United States and Canada as well as other countries such as Australia, New Zealand and some remained in England and the United Kingdom.  Some may have variations spellings of the family names and some were altered.  Many families in the United States are descended through the female line, including some of the Thomas Families and the Powers Families.  This genealogy is accomplished when a particular individual’s more recent ancestors can be directly linked to one of the many "Families of English and European Nobility". 

It was during the time of Queen Victoria that she dispatched a small army of Genealogists and Historical Researchers to accomplish researching all of the many branches of her family.  As a result not only did she spend an enormous amount of her wealth on this project but she also made the Genealogical Research of today possible.  These records come directly from the Crown of England and have been authenticated as such. I am still in the process of posting the branches which you will see links to on this pages and hope to have those completed soon.  Especially the line of:  Redburga of Septimania - which you see mention of her toward the end of the page, as she is a very important ancestor. - Randal M. Bundy.
Reference also to:
MACHIR - The unedited full-text of the 1906 Jewish Encyclopedia - By: Executive Committee of the Editorial Board., Isaac BroydÚ
MACHIR  - A Babylonian scholar who settled in Narbonne, France, at the end of the eighth century and whose descendants were for many generations the leaders of that important community. According to a tradition preserved by Abraham ibn Daud in his "Sefer ha-Ḳabbalah," Machir was a descendant of the house of David. He was sent to Narbonne by the calif Harun al-Rashid at the request of Charlemagne, who, it is said, received the Babylonian scholar with great honor, conferred upon him and his descendants the title of "king of the Jews," and gave him a section of the city of Narbonne. Although this relation between Machir and Charlemagne is probably legendary, it is a fact that the Machir family enjoyed for centuries many privileges and that its members bore the title of "nasi" (prince). Benjamin of Tudela, who visited Narbonne in 1165, speaks of the exalted position occupied by the descendants of Machir, and the "Royal Letters" of 1364 (Doat Collection, pp. 53 et seq., 339-353) also record the existence of a Jewish "king" at Narbonne. The place of residence of the Machir family at Narbonne was designated in official documents as "Cortada Regis JudŠorum" (Saige, "Hist. des Juifs du Languedoc," p. 44). Machir is said to have founded a Talmudical school there which vied in greatness with those of Babylonia and which attracted pupils from many distant points.
Bibliography:
Zacuto, Yuḥasin, ed. London, p. 84;
Gross, in Monatsschrift, 1878, p. 250; 1881, p. 451;
idem, Gallia Judaica, p. 404;
Neubauer, in R. E. J. x. 100-103;
Renan-Neubauer, Les Rabbins Franšais, pp. 561, 743.

Mia Daniel 
(Censored) and Ava McKensey (Censored)
daughters of:
Gwynylyn Halida (Censored)
daughter of:
Randal M. Bundy & (Censored)
son of:
Lannie Neal Bundy b: 14 Jul 1926 Whitley Co, KY &  Minnie Edna Thomas
son of:
William Goeble Bundy b 1903  d 1962 & Beatrice Powers - both burried in buried: Powers Cemetery, Whitley Co, KY (see notes)
daughter of:
Wilder Powers  1868 (son of Talitha) & Alice Unknown 
son of:
Joel S. Powers - 1841 in Whitley Co Kentucky & Talitha Harp - abt 1842-1884 - married in 1865 - Joel Powers was married first to Talitha’s sister: Elizabeth Harp who died. (see notes)
daughter of:
Elijah Harp & Elizabeth Lewis  - abt 1793 in Whitley, KY Married: 1838
daughter of:
Fielding Lewis Sr. - 1768 in 
Virginia - d: 1852 in Sandlick, Tennessee & Mary Gambill (Gamble) - 1773  in Virginia - m: abt 1790 in North Carolina
daughter of:
William Gambill Sr. - b: 1740 in Virginia - d: 1779 in North Carolina & Mary Johnson Wash - abt 1740 in Virginia - d: 1796 in North Carolina
son of:
Henry Gambill Sr. - 1714 
in Hanover Co. VA & Mary (Marie) Davenport - b: abt 1706 in Culpeper Co.,Virginia - d: 1762 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina
daughter of:
Martin Davenport Sr. - abt 1682 in Pamunkey Neck?, King William Co, Va
son of: 
Davis (David) Davenport - abt 1660 in King William Co, Va & Dorothy Glover (Harralson) - bet 1690-1714 in King William Co, VA
son of:
Martin Davenport (Fauntleroy Davenport) - bef 1625 in England
son of: 
Lancelot Davenport - abt 1599 in England
(He emigrated to Virginia aboard the ship Duty in 1620. He was a servant of Edward Blaney until he gained his freedom in 1638.  Lancelot and other Davenports in the area are know as the James River Davenports.)
son of:
William Davenport - 1543 in Cheshire & Margaret Ashton - abt 1543 in Lancs
son of:
William Davenport - 1521 in Cheshire & Margaret Booth - abt 1524 in Cheshire
son of:
William Davenport - 1472 in Cheshire & Blanch Warburton - abt 1500 in Cheshire
son of:
William Davenport - 1446 in Cheshire  & Margery (Maud) Legh - abt 1446 in Cheshire
son of:
John Davenport & Cicely Warren - abt 1424 in Cheshire 
son of:
Robert Davenport - abt 1400 in Cheshire & Alice Fitton - abt 1398 in Cheshire
son of:
Robert Davenport - abt 1365 in Cheshire & Joan Assheton - abt 1377 in Lancs 
son of:
John Davenport - abt 1330 in Cheshire  & Alice Bramhall - abt 1340 in Cheshire
son of:
Thomas de Davenport - abt 1283 in Davenport, Cheshire & Elizabeth Davenport - abt 1295 in Davenport, Cheshire (see notes)
son of:
Thomas de Davenport
- abt 1250 in Cheshire & Agnes de MacClesfield - abt 1260 in Cheshire - (see notes)
son of:
Roger de Davenport - Lord of Davenport - abt 1228 in Cheshire & Mary Salemon - abt 1228 in Cheshire
son of:
Vivian de Davenport - abt 1200 in Cheshire & Beatrix de Hulme (de Davenport) - abt 1200 in Cheshire
son of: 
Richard de Davenport - abt 1136 in Davenport, Cheshire & Amabilia de Venables - abt 1147 in Cheshire
(see notes)
son of:
Sir Ormus de Davenport - abt 1104 in Morton, Cheshire
son of:
Orme de Davenport - abt 1086 in Davenport, Congleton, Cheshire
son of:
Ormus de Davenport - abt 1050 in Davenport, Congleton, Cheshire
(his brother was Walter FitzWolfrith - Lord of Hatton)
son of:
Wolfric de Hatton aka Wolfric de Mercia - Lord of Leek - abt 1009 in Leek, Staffordshire & Unknown Poncius
son of:
Godwin de Mercia - abt 0979 in Balterley, Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire & Unknown of Ivon
his brother was:  
Leofric III - "The Great" Earl of Mercia - 0968 in Mercia & Godiva of Merica - 0980
son of:
Leofwine I - Earl of Mercia - 0950 in Mercia & Alwara (Athelstansdottar) Mannesson - Countess of Mercia - 0955 in Mercia
son of:
Edulph - Earl of Wessex - 0921 in Mercia & AElfwyn (Elfwina) - Lady/Countess of Mercia - 0905
daughter of:
Aethelred II (last sub-King; 1st Duke) of MERCIA & Aethelflaed (Lady) of MERCIA  (869? - 919)
daughter of:
Alfred `the Great' (1st/3rd King) of ENGLAND & Alswitha (Ealhswith Aethelswitha) of MERCIA
son of:
Ethelwulf (2nd King) of ENGLAND  (806? - 858) & Osburga OSLACING of ISLE OF WIGHT  (810? - 876+)
son of:
Egbert III `the Great' of ENGLAND aka Egbert  I - King of Wessex - abt 0775 in Wessex, England & Redburga of Septimania - abt 0770 in Languedoc, Toulouse, France
daughter of:  
Theodoric \ Dietrich - Duke of Toulouse aka Makhir 'a Jewish Prince - Margrave of Septimania - abt 0700 in Babylon - married:  Auda - Princess of France - born in Heristal, Liege, Belgium
(The identification of Theuderic [Thierri] of Narbonne with one of the Jewish princes who bore the name Makhir is generally accepted today by competent scholars)
son of:
Habbibai ben Nehemiah David aka Habibai ha-David - abt 0687 in Babylon, Iraq aka Habi Bai Ben Natronai aka Habibai Ben Natronai & Bertha of Neustria - abt 0685 in Neustria or Rolanda of Bavaria
son of:
Habibai ha-David - abt 0687 in Babylon b. 687, Babylon, Mesopotamia, Irāq d. Date unknown
son of:
Natronai ben Nehemiah ha-David - Gaon of Pumbeditha bet: 719-739 - b: abt 0670 in Pumbeditha Mesopotamia, Irāq - d. Date unknown & Bath Hisdai ha-David - princess of the exilarchs (see notes)
son of:
Nehemiah ben Haninai ha-David - abt 0650 in Babylon
The ancestry of Habibai Ben Nehemiah David (Habibai ha-David) is given in Marinus Anthony van der Sluijs as follows:

Habibai ha-David - aka: (
Haninai Ha David Natronai) - born 687 Babylon 
Natronai ben Nehemiah ha-David [Nafronai], Gaon of Pumbeditha 719-739, born 670 Pumbeditha, died 739?,
Bath Hisdai ha-David, princess of the exilarchs - married:
Nehemiah ben Haninai ha-David [Hanini], born 650 Babylon
Hisdai Shahrijar ha-David, exilarch in Baghdad 660-665, born 635 Babylon, died 665 Babylon
Mesopotamia, Irāq (Age 30 years) 

Haninai ben Bustanai ha-David [Hanini ben `Adoi], born 627 Babylon
= Bustanai ben Haninai
Bustanai ben Haninai ha-David [Mustanai; Ben Hanina, Ben Hanini], exilarch of the Jews 610-670, born 590? or 610 Babylon, died 670? Babylon, descendant of Zerubbabel, married: Izdundad of Persia [Izdundan], princess of the Sassanians
(see notes)
daughter of:  
Yazdagird III, Sassanian emperor of Persia 632-651 - born abt 590 - d: 651 age 61 & Manyanh, princess of the Sassanians Kafnai
son of
Shahrijar, prince of the Sassanians (also known as "of Persia) - b: abt 568 - d: unknown Huna
son of:
Khusro II aka Chosroes II Parvez the Conqueror [Chosroe, Khosroes], Sassanian emperor of Persia 590-628,
b. About 550,   d. December 627, Ninive, Irāq   (Age ~ 77 years) & married: Sirin, princess of the Ephthalites

Mar Zutra
, born circa 460

Hormazd IV, Sassanian emperor of Persia 579-590, married:
NN, princess of the Ephthalites
Haninai, born circa 430

Chosroes I [Chosroe, Khosroes], Sassanian emperor of Persia, married:
NN, princess of Turkey
Khurad of the Ephthalites
Maremar

Kavadh I [Kobad], Sassanian emperor of Persia, married:
NN, princess of the Ephthalites
Mar Zutra, born circa 340, died circa 413

Firuz [Peroz, Peruz], prince of Sassanian Persia, died 484
Khushnewaz of the Ephthalites
Markahana, born circa 310
Yazdagird II, Sassanian emperor of Persia, died 457, married:
Dinak, empress of Persia
Abba Mar, born circa 280
Varahan V [Bahram], Sassanian emperor of Persia, died 439
Mar Ukba, born circa 250
Yezdigerd I, Sassanian emperor of Persia, died 421, married:
Shusandukht from the Jewish exile
Nehemiah
Shapur III, Sassanian emperor of Persia
, died 388
Nathan II, exilarch in Babylonia 370-400
Nathan Ukba
Shapur II, Sassanian emperor of Persia, died 379
Abba, exilarch in Babylonia 350-370
Hanan
Hormazd II, Sassanian emperor of Persia, died 309, married:
Ifra Hormiz, princess of Kabul or Seistan
Mar Ukba, exilarch in Babylonia 313-337
Shaphat
Narses [Nerseh], Sassanian emperor of Persia
Nehemiah, exilarch in Babylonia 270-313
Johanan
Shapur I, Sassanian emperor of Persia, flourished 272, married:
Gurdzad, empress
Nathan I, exilarch in Babylonia 260-270
Akkub, born circa 100
Ardashir I [Artaxerxes], Sassanian emperor of Persia, married:
Ziyanak of Persia
Huna II, exilarch in Babylonia 240-260
Elioenai
issue: (1) Eliasub in Babylonia
Artabanus IV, king of Parthia and Media 163-224, brother of Vologases VI, who was king of Parthia 160-227
Mar Ukba I, exilarch in Babylonia 210-240
= Vologases V
Nahum, exilarch in Babylonia 140-170





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