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Betsy Bandy

(c 1844 - )


Father William W Bandy (c 1815 - 1890)
Mother Ella (Nellie) Harrison (c 1814 - )
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Reference E19-2632

Birth c 1844  VA, USA1 
Death   Date unknown. 

Citations
  1. [S136] Source Ref:1401. Bandy Households in the 1850 US census: Dale Bandy.

Rubin Bandy

(c 1844 - )


Father John Bandy (c 1790 - )
Mother Harriet (?) (c 1811 - )
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Reference E18-2647

Birth c 1844  TN, USA1 
Death   Date unknown. 

Citations
  1. [S136] Source Ref:1401. Bandy Households in the 1850 US census: Dale Bandy.

N C Bandy

(c 1844 - )


Father James Bandy (c 1799 - )
Mother Nancy (?) (c 1801 - )
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Reference E18-2666

Birth c 1844  William Cty, TN, USA1 
Death   Date unknown. 

Citations
  1. [S136] Source Ref:1401. Bandy Households in the 1850 US census: Dale Bandy.

George Whetstone1,2

(1844 - 22-Dec-1874)


Birth 1844   
Marriage b Oct-1871  with=Ann Bandy3 
Death 22-Dec-1874  aged 30, GRO 3A 368 Buckingham - named on the certificate as 'Weston', Buckingham, BKM, ENG, Witness=Ann Bandy4,2 
Burial 27-Dec-1874  Buckingham, BKM, ENG5 

Family Ann Bandy (Sep-1846 - 11-Jan-1933)
Children  1. Annie Whetstone (31-Oct-1872 - )
  2. Elizabeth Catharine Whetstone (23-Apr-1874 - Mar-1879)

Citations
  1. [S17] Derek Bandy, "Conjecture" :Zebedee is Bride's father at marriage of Ann Whetstone (widow) to Henry Randall. Ann Randall (dau) is informant on Zebedee's Death Cert.
  2. [S49] Researcher Marion Stanton.
  3. [S13] Bucks Marriage Index , Buck Family History Society :Zebedee is widow Ann WHETSTONE's father at her marriage to Henry RANDALL.
  4. [S17] Derek Bandy, "Conjecture" :Ann Bandy is a widow in 1881 Census.
  5. [S49] Researcher Marion Stanton Buckingham Parish Records.

Ann Clark1

(1844 - 27-Dec-1875)


Reference D0519-S1

Birth 1844  Leighton Buzzard, BDF, ENG1,2 
Marriage Dec-1867  Leighton Buzzard, BDF, ENG, with=William Bandy3,4 
Census 2-Apr-1871  age 27, living with her in-laws, husband and children, Leighton Buzzard, BDF, ENG2 
Death 27-Dec-1875  age 32, cod: puerperal peritonitis 3 days, Mill Rd, Leighton Buzzard, BDF, ENG, Witness=William Bandy5 

Family William Bandy (Feb-1847 - 3-Jul-1876)
Children  1. David Bandy (14-Jan-1868 - Sep-1935)
  2. Elizabeth Bandy (18-Jan-1870 - )
  3. George Bandy (Sep-1872 - )
  4. Frederick William Bandy (20-Dec-1875 - 3-Jul-1876)

Citations
  1. [S15] Certified Copy of Birth Marriage or Death Entry, General Register Office :Daughter Elizabeth's B Cert.
  2. [S69] Ancestry.com :Ancestry.com Census Index 1871 Census.
  3. [S15] Certified Copy of Birth Marriage or Death Entry, General Register Office :Son David's B Cert.
  4. [S7] General Register Office Index Entry :GRO Ref: 3b 944.
  5. [S15] Certified Copy of Birth Marriage or Death Entry, General Register Office :D Cert 1416 GRO 3b 256 Leighton Buzzard Dec 1875.

Henry Bandy

(1844 - )


Father Richard Bandy (c 1792 - 1854)
Mother Lucy Rushing (c 1804 - 1887)
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Reference E18-0772

Birth 1844  TN, USA1 
Death   Date unknown. 

Citations
  1. [S83] Source Ref:0792. Private Papers: Arlene (Mrs. Wayne) Cook.

Amanda (Mandy) Bandy

(1844 - )


Father Marcus Bandy (c 1818 - 16-Sep-1853)
Mother Lydia Williams (c 1826 - )
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Reference E18-0781

Birth 1844  1 
Birth 1844  TN, USA2,3,1 
Marriage   Assumed. Date unknown., with=Rough Rigsby4 
Death   Date unknown. 
Note   Several children., with=Rough Rigsby4 

Family Rough Rigsby

Citations
  1. [S137] Source Ref:0787. Analysis of Bandys in TN/VA 1820-60 Censuses: Jane and Burton Eubank.
  2. [S136] Source Ref:1401. Bandy Households in the 1850 US census: Dale Bandy.
  3. [S142] Source Ref:0700. Minute Book 1853-1858: Sumner Cty TN.
  4. [S84] Source Ref:0796. Correspondence With Bandys, 1910 & Subsequent: John McDowell Ballard.

Martha Frances Ballard

(1844 - 1906)


Father John Washington Ballard (1813 - 10-Jun-1887)
Mother Susan Ann Bandy (Dec-1819 - 20-Jul-1884)
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Reference E19-1272

Birth 1844  1 
Marriage   Assumed. Date unknown., with=J W Hall1 
Death 1906  1 

Family J W Hall
Child  1. Selma Hall

Citations
  1. [S126] Source Ref:0790. The History of the Bandy Clan: Dr. Allen Hill Bandy, Sr.

Austin Brown

(1844 - )


Father Calloway Brown (1815 - a 1870)
Mother Sarah Lawhorn
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Reference E19-1920

Birth 1844  KY, USA1 
Death   Date unknown. 

Citations
  1. [S228] Source Ref:1142. Private Papers: Tracy Brown.

Phoebe Waggoner

(1844 - )


Father George Waggoner (c 1803 - )
Mother Dorcas Bush (c 1805 - 14-Nov-1853)
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Reference E19-1923

Birth 1844  KY, USA1 
Marriage   Assumed. Date unknown., with=David Lewis Hill2 
Death   Date unknown. 

Family David Lewis Hill (1848 - )
Child  1. Victoria Hill (8-Jan-1868 - 29-Feb-1956)

Citations
  1. [S228] Source Ref:1142. Private Papers: Tracy Brown.
  2. [S103] Source Ref:1552. Bandy Data with Unknown Source: Unknown.

Fannie M Kelly

(1844 - 15-May-1881)


Father Hampton W Kelly
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Reference E17-2398

Birth 1844  Madison Cty, AL, USA1 
Marriage 28-Nov-1861  Madison Cty, AL, USA, with=James Henry Landman1 
Death 15-May-1881  Huntsville, AL, USA1 

Family James Henry Landman (28-Feb-1835 - a 1860)
Children  1. Minnie F Landman
  2. James H J Landman
  3. Howard F Landman ( - 1950)
  4. Lizzie V Landman (1-Apr-1866 - 20-Aug-1900)
  5. Arthur Hampton Landman (Feb-1870 - 4-Sep-1871)

Citations
  1. [S353] Source Ref:1925. GEDCOM File on John Bandy and Mary VanNuys: Richard Matthews.

William Henry Bandy

(Jan-1844 - 3-Sep-1909)


Father Thomas Bandy (1808 - 1896)
Mother Sarah Parks (c 1808 - 1881)
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Birth Jan-1844   
Death 3-Sep-1909  Geraldton, WA, AUS 
Note   We know very little about William Bandy. Where exactly he was born in England is also not known as records are apparently lost like those of his father.
Upon his arrival in the colony, he attended school at Freshwater Bay and later at James Street when the family moved to William Street. He was apparently musically gifted and was given special tuition by a teacher who realised his potential. He preferred the trumpet but, by all accounts, he could play the piano equally as well. After leaving school, he sought employment in the Moore River district and was employed by Joshua Edwards at the junction of the Moore River and the Gingin Brook, minding cattle. He had to give evidence at the trial of John Death, who was standing trial for the murder of an aboriginal child at Gingin. In the newspaper "Inquirer" on 17 October 1860, it was reported that the man had deliberately placed 'Strychnia' in some flour which was taken from his camp by aboriginies and eaten. Evidence was given at the Quarter Sessions in January 1861 that John Death had been aggravated by the pilfering of his supplies of tea, sugar and flour from his hut whilst carrying out his duties as cattle minder for Joshua Edwards. One day he went to Perth knowing that an aboriginal tribe was camped nearby. During his absence, a bag of poisoned flour was stolen. Biscuits were made from this bag and a little boy aged 11/2 years ate this and died. A dog which had also eaten one died also. Death had placed a notice outside his hut with the words "NOTICE, POISON FLOUR MEAL", written in English - a warning of little significance to the aboriginies who could neither read nor write. However, whatever the verdict was is unknown. Death later drowned in the Gingin Brook whilst under the influence of liquor.
Shortly after this episode, William received money from his mother in Singapore to pay his fare to that country in order to receive further tuition in music. It is not known how long he remained there before he went to New York and played his trumpet with the New York Symphony orchestra apparently with great success. He returned to Western Australia in the late 1880's and endeavoured to organise his own band, apparently with little success because he returned to Singapore soon after his father's death in 1896. Whether he died there or returned to the United States is unknown. He was instrumental in persuading his niece Florence, the daughter of his brother Thomas Amos to go to either England or America to undergo training of her voice for singing. She had a beautiful voice and after her debut, won instant success. Whether she married is not known, nor do we know whether William ever married. When he visited the home of George and Elizabeth, he was observed to have a jovial nature and pleasant speech. Much pleasure was given to the family while he played his trumpet and his expertise with the mouth organ was also a joy to listen to. 

Sarah Dunbar

(25-Jan-1844 - 27-Sep-1845)


Father Henry Dunbar (1808 - c Jul-1878)
Mother Nancy Bandy (19-Apr-1811 - 1880)
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Reference E18-2305

Birth 25-Jan-1844  Lafayette, Stark Cty, IL, USA1 
Death 27-Sep-1845  Lafayette, Stark Cty, IL, USA1 
Burial   Lafayette, Stark Cty, IL, USA1 

Citations
  1. [S118] Source Ref:1560. Correspondence with Jane and Burton Eubank: Ronald McComb.

Mary Frances Sivley

(2-Feb-1844 - 26-Jan-1900)


Father Joseph Sivley (1817 - c 1862)
Mother Clara Ann Marshall (1825 - 18-Mar-1883)
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Reference E17-2369

Birth 2-Feb-1844  AL, USA1 
Marriage 30-Aug-1860  with=George Purdom Landman1 
Death 26-Jan-1900  Huntsville, AL, USA1 

Family George Purdom Landman (29-Dec-1838 - 3-Dec-1898)
Children  1. Laura Maud Landman
  2. George Purdom Landman ( - a 1947)
  3. Lucy Lee Landman (1863 - 2-Jun-1947)
  4. Lillie B Landman (1865 - )
  5. Emma Estelle Landman (22-Mar-1869 - 26-Apr-1932)
  6. Archie Landman (1870 - 4-Sep-1871)
  7. Arthur Sivley Landman (1875 - 1927)
  8. Joseph Landman (1878 - 1941)

Citations
  1. [S353] Source Ref:1925. GEDCOM File on John Bandy and Mary VanNuys: Richard Matthews.

William Bandy

(3-Feb-1844 - )


Father George Bandy1 (10-Dec-1820 - b 1871)
Mother Harriet Burgess1 (c 1820 - )
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Reference D0468-1844

Birth 3-Feb-1844  Flamstead, HRT, ENG2,1 

Citations
  1. [S15] Certified Copy of Birth Marriage or Death Entry, General Register Office :B Cert 90 GRO Ref: vi 545 Hemel Hempstead Mar Q 1844.
  2. [S7] General Register Office Index Entry.

John Bandy

(Mar-1844 - Jun-1844)


Reference D0467-1844

Birth Mar-1844  GRO Ref: xv 309, Northampton, NTH, ENG1 
Death Jun-1844  Northampton, NTH, ENG2 

Citations
  1. [S7] General Register Office Index Entry.
  2. [S26] Researcher: Peter G Jones [e-mail address] :FreeBMD GRO Ref: 15 192.

Mary Elizabeth Duncan

(9-Mar-1844 - 7-Sep-1903)


Reference E19-1943

Birth 9-Mar-1844  KY, USA1,2 
Marriage 5-Feb-1879  Williamson Cty, IL, USA, with=John Wilcher Bandy2 
Marriage 5-May-1879  with=John Wilcher Bandy3 
Marriage   Assumed. Date unknown., with=George W Erwin2 
Census 1880  Williamson Cty, IL, USA, with=John Wilcher Bandy1 
Death 7-Sep-1903  2 
Burial   Rose Hill Cem, Marion, IL, USA2 
Note   Cites m., with=John Wilcher Bandy4 
Note   Says her name was Mary Elizabeth Duncan Ervin., with=John Wilcher Bandy3 
Note   Confirm Duncan Ervin., with=John Wilcher Bandy2 

Family 1 George W Erwin (10-Jun-1823 - c 1864)
Marriage   Assumed. Date unknown., with=George W Erwin2 
Children  1. Lucy Erwin
  2. Susie Erwin

Family 2 John Wilcher Bandy (6-Jul-1854 - 4-Jul-1931)
Marriage 5-Feb-1879  Williamson Cty, IL, USA, with=John Wilcher Bandy2 
Marriage 5-May-1879  with=John Wilcher Bandy2,3 
Children  1. Leonard Cecil Bandy (11-Nov-1879 - 31-Mar-1953)
  2. Ema Gertrude Bandy (13-Jan-1883 - 24-Jun-1964)

Citations
  1. [S139] Source Ref:1933. Bandy Households in the 1880 US census: Dale Bandy.
  2. [S256] Source Ref:1318. Communications to Jane and Burton Eubank: Dee Fozzard.
  3. [S194] Source Ref:1236. Correspondence with Jane and Burton Eubank: Peggy Shock.
  4. [S401] Source Ref:0446. Cemeteries in Albemarle Cty VA: DAR.

Felix Grundy Burnett

(15-Mar-1844 - 4-Mar-1885)


Reference E18-1158

Birth 15-Mar-1844  Coffee Cty, TN, USA1 
Marriage 21-Jan-1869  Beaver, Carroll Cty, MO, USA, with=Mary Ann (Melisia) Bandy1 
Death 4-Mar-1885  Seligman, Barry Cty, MO, USA1 
Burial   Bandy/Burnette Cem, Seligman, Barry Cty, MO, USA1 

Family Mary Ann (Melisia) Bandy (1-Aug-1844 - 5-Feb-1910)
Children  1. Hugh Jefferson Burnett (19-Oct-1869 - 5-May-1962)
  2. Mary Susan Alice Burnett (17-Sep-1872 - 15-Sep-1936)
  3. James Wesley Clophas Burnett (25-Dec-1873 - 10-May-1940)
  4. Cecelia Arena Burnett (1875 - 1876)
  5. Felix Audy 'Aud' Burnett (15-Mar-1880 - 28-Oct-1945)

Citations
  1. [S151] Source Ref:1111. 7/21/1986 Letter to Dr. Allen H Bandy: Barbara Jones.

Lydia St Clair

(17-Mar-1844 - )


Father George W (Rev) Clair
Mother Eliza (?)
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Reference E17-0606

Birth 17-Mar-1844  KY, USA1,2 
Marriage 7-Oct-1879  with=Richard S Bandy3 
Census 1880  Breckinridge Cty, KY, USA, with=Richard S Bandy1 
Census 1900  Breckinridge Cty, KY, USA, with=Richard S Bandy4 
Death   Date unknown. 

Family Richard S Bandy (26-Oct-1828 - 11-Feb-1905)

Citations
  1. [S139] Source Ref:1933. Bandy Households in the 1880 US census: Dale Bandy.
  2. [S174] Source Ref:1231. Kinfolk: Opal London Cox.
  3. [S83] Source Ref:0792. Private Papers: Arlene (Mrs. Wayne) Cook.
  4. [S201] Source Ref:1935. Bandy Households in the 1900 US census: Dale Bandy.

John Bandy

(Apr-1844 - )


Father William Bandy (22-Jul-1812 - a 1879)
Mother Harriet J or T Murphy (27-Jul-1812 - )
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Reference E18-0665

Birth Apr-1844  IL, USA1,2 
Marriage   Assumed. Date unknown., with=Mary (?)3 
Death   Date unknown. 
Note   On 1880 Vermillion Cty IL., with=Mary (?)3 

Family Mary (?)

Citations
  1. [S83] Source Ref:0792. Private Papers: Arlene (Mrs. Wayne) Cook.
  2. [S201] Source Ref:1935. Bandy Households in the 1900 US census: Dale Bandy.
  3. [S139] Source Ref:1933. Bandy Households in the 1880 US census: Dale Bandy.


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