Bedford County

October 24, 1767: Richard Bandy purchased property from John Bradshaw. The property is described as the 168A Lick Run property.

May 22, 1773: William Hayth sold to Richard Bandy of Bedford 92 acres, granted by patent to Hayth in 1771.Source: Deed Book 5, p. 63.

October 1, 1785: Richard Bandy sold to George Bandy the 168A Lick Run property.

Virginia Tax Lists 1782 and 1787: Include the households of Richard (who owned six slaves), Thomas, and George. Son Thomas, in his pension application, states that he was living in Franklin County when he entered service in the militia. As Franklin County was not formed until 1785, he may have been living in that part of Bedford which later Franklin County. Thomas was evidently still living in Bedford County when his first wife died.

March 12, 1791: Nancy Bandy (Richardís daughter?) married James Neighbors.