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male Bandy

(Sep-1851 - )


Reference D1600-1851

Birth Sep-1851  GRO Ref: vi 93, Leighton Buzzard, BDF, ENG1 

Citations
  1. [S7] General Register Office Index Entry.

Nancy Catherine Bushart

(1-Sep-1851 - )


Father Daniel Ritinghour Bushart (9-Feb-1817 - 26-Dec-1896)
Mother Louisa Bragg (9-Nov-1823 - 13-Feb-1914)
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Reference E18-0531

Birth 1-Sep-1851  1 
Death   Date unknown. 
Note   D infant.1 

Citations
  1. [S148] Source Ref:0788. The Eight Tribes of John Bragg: Edna (Mrs Charles) Bless.

Mary M Barbee

(18-Sep-1851 - )


Father Edward Wilson Barbee (c 1827 - )
Mother Minervia Vernie Bandy (26-Nov-1826 - a 1900)
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Reference E19-1825

Birth 18-Sep-1851  1,2 
Death   Date unknown. 

Citations
  1. [S212] Source Ref:1128. Family Bible of Lewis and Martha Short Bandy: Lewis and Martha Bandy.
  2. [S100] Source Ref:1129. Misc Private Papers: Clarence Jackson Driver.

Miranda E Parr

(19-Sep-1851 - 20-Nov-1934)


Father Felix Grundy Parr (12-Nov-1821 - 29-Jan-1898)
Mother Mahala Bandy (23-Dec-1829 - 6-Apr-1919)
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Reference E18-4186

Birth 19-Sep-1851  Meade Cty, KY, USA1 
Death 20-Nov-1934  1 

Citations
  1. [S314] Source Ref:1911. Correspondence with Jane and Burton Eubank: Joyce H Glover.

Thomas Scott1

(15-Oct-1851 - )


Birth 15-Oct-1851  Leighton Buzzard, BDF, ENG2 
Baptism 30-Aug-1852  Linslade, BKM, ENG3,1 
Marriage 14-Sep-1872  GRO Ref: 3b 707, Stoke Hammond, BKM, ENG, with=Harriet Keeley4,1 
Marriage 17-May-1883  Old Bradwell, BKM, ENG5 
Marriage 4-Dec-1886  Registry Office, Newport Pagnell, BKM, ENG6 
Occupation   Platelayer1 
Note   Census 1871 43 High St Stoke Hammond Farm Lab age 19 Census 1881 Wolverton 598 Ledsam St Census 1891 Old Bradwell1 

Family Harriet Keeley (8-Aug-1845 - 5-Oct-1881)
Marriage 14-Sep-1872  GRO Ref: 3b 707, Stoke Hammond, BKM, ENG, with=Harriet Keeley4,1 
Child  1. Frederick Henry Scott (13-Aug-1875 - 15-Jul-1956)

Citations
  1. [S24] Researcher: David S Fookes. [e-mail address]
  2. [S15] Certified Copy of Birth Marriage or Death Entry, General Register Office :in possession of D S Fookes.
  3. [S22] Parish register extracted by D S Fookes.
  4. [S7] General Register Office Index Entry :GRO Ref: 3b 707.
  5. [S15] Certified Copy of Birth Marriage or Death Entry, General Register Office :in the possession of D S Fookes: Witness Eli Robinson & Emily Maria Atterbury.
  6. [S15] Certified Copy of Birth Marriage or Death Entry, General Register Office :in the possession of D S Fookes.

Levi W 'Lee' Bandy

(17-Oct-1851 - 1-Jan-1928)


Father Rufus Bandy (c 1819 - 1862)
Mother Lettie (Lydia) Abernathy (c 1818 - )
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Reference E19-1108

Birth 17-Oct-1851  Catawba Cty, NC, USA1 
Marriage a 1887  with=Carrie Evaline Helderman1 
Census 1900  Catawba Cty, NC, USA, with=Carrie Evaline Helderman2 
Death 1-Jan-1928  1 

Family Carrie Evaline Helderman (29-Jul-1873 - 3-May-1936)
Children  1. Robert L Bandy (8-Oct-1892 - 8-Dec-1972)
  2. Birl Andrew Bandy (18-Oct-1895 - 15-Apr-1980)
  3. Pinkney Lee Bandy (2-Mar-1898 - 3-Jul-1973)

Citations
  1. [S126] Source Ref:0790. The History of the Bandy Clan: Dr. Allen Hill Bandy, Sr.
  2. [S201] Source Ref:1935. Bandy Households in the 1900 US census: Dale Bandy.

George Bandy

(24-Oct-1851 - 1924)


Father Thomas Bandy (1808 - 1896)
Mother Sarah Parks (c 1808 - 1881)
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Birth 24-Oct-1851  Claremont, WA, AUS 
Marriage 1876  St Johns Anglican Church, West Perth, WA, AUS, with=Elizabeth "Betty" Holder 
Death 1924  Perth, WA, AUS 
Note   George and Elizabeth Bandy also produced a stillborn female child in 1895.
George, the third son of Thomas and Sarah Bandy, was born in February 1852 at Claremont, Western Australia. He was the first child of the couple to be born in the Swan River Colony as it was known then. He was a small child with curly, auburn hair, and was a source of joy to his parents, as it was first feared that he may have suffered some damage, as his mother had had a bad fall just prior to his birth. However, all was well.
A school had been built in James Street and George attended this school until he was 14. At this time, schools were mainly self supporting. Fees were charged of children whose parents could afford to pay and the teachers received these fees in part payment of salaries. The avowed aim of the Colonial Government was to ensure that the children of the middle and lower classes should gain "on the basis of religion, a sound and serviceable education without any distinction."
The children of those who had brought their English titles and wealth to this new land sometimes attended these schools but, more often than not, received their education in private schools in Perth, and in some cases were sent home to England, especially if university work was to be undertaken. However, the demand for graduates was minimal in the early days of the Colony.
A Board of Education had been formed and suitable teachers were appointed to conduct classes. Emphasis was placed on the three 'R's, as they were termed; that is, Reading, Writing and Arithmetic. The standard of success was based on a sound ability in these three areas.
George was a capable pupil and, although he suffered psychologically when his mother left the Colony, he became quite attached to Mrs Holder who looked after both him and his brother Joseph, while their father was at work. They had moved into their William Street home shortly after their arrival in the Colony, and Mrs Holder was renting one of the other two cottages which Thomas had built.
George's marks in his tests were outstanding and he had no difficulty in passing an examination which won him entry into the Post Office at the age of 14. Like his brother, his inclinations lay towards farming, but he was disuaded from this course by his father who felt that greater advantages lay in government employment and security.
Like his father he was keen on military service and joined what would now be termed the Volunteer Defence Force. Military instruction was held three nighta a week at the Military Baracks and George attended these. He also gave up his weekend persuits to attend field exercises whenever they were held. He always kept his neatly pressed red jacket and black trousers. The brass buttons were always highly polished as were his sabre, scabbard and leatherware. Unfortunately, the sabre was returned to the army and the trousers and coat were unpicked and remade into a suit for a fancy dress ball.
When the Boer War broke out, George was keen to go but he was rejected much to his disappointment. In 1876 he married Elizabeth Holder, the youngest daughter of Mrs Holder who, after the sad loss of her first husband, had remarried. George and Elizabeth were married in St John's Anglican Church in West Perth and later, they bought a large block of land in Cowle Street, where they had their lovely brick home built. This home still stands today, although like many more of the homes in the area, it looks a little the worse for wear. The block which he originally purchased has since been subdivided and the original is only a quarter the size and other houses have been built there. 

Family Elizabeth "Betty" Holder (1856 - 1935)
Children  1. Maude Helena Bandy (1878 - 1961)
  2. Robert Henry Bandy (10-Dec-1879 - 13-Jan-1971)
  3. Martha Elizabeth "Dotty" Bandy (1882 - 1972)
  4. Albert George Bandy (1885 - 1963)
  5. Ernest Samuel Bandy (1888 - 1914)
  6. Roy Holder Bandy (1895 - 1895)
  7. William Bandy (1895 - )
  8. Irene Mignotte Bandy (2-Apr-1896 - 2-Apr-1984)
  9. Thelma Leonora Bandy (1899 - 1906)
  10. Daphne Doreen Bandy (1903 - 1904)

Jabel Bandy

(Nov-1851 - )


Father Jabel (Jubel) Bandy (3-Sep-1815 - 30-Apr-1893)
Mother Elizabeth Purcell (c 1815 - )
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Reference E18-0863

Birth Nov-1851  Edgar Cty, IL, USA1,2 
Marriage   Assumed. Date unknown., with=Sabrina (?)3 
Census 1880  Monroe Cty, MO, USA, with=Sabrina (?)3 
Census 1900  Dewey Cty, OK, USA, with=Sabrina (?)2 
Death   Date unknown. 

Family Sabrina (?) (Apr-1855 - )
Children  1. Anna M Bandy (c 1873 - )
  2. Priscilla Bandy (c 1875 - )
  3. Ida May Bandy (c 1878 - )
  4. Nellie F Bandy (c 1880 - )
  5. Maud L Bandy (Oct-1882 - )
  6. Herman Bandy (Nov-1885 - )
  7. Olive Bandy (Oct-1890 - )

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.

John R Bandy

(Nov-1851 - )


Father Barney A Bandy (30-Mar-1828 - 7-Sep-1904)
Mother Martha Huntsman (c 1826 - b 1880)
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Reference E19-2108

Birth Nov-1851  KY, USA1,2 
Marriage 12-Nov-1870  Allen Cty, KY, USA, with=Tennessee (Tena) F Graves1 
Marriage   Assumed. Date unknown., with=Emeline (?)2 
Census 1900  Macon Cty, TN, USA, with=Emeline (?)2 
Death   Date unknown. 

Family 1 Emeline (?) (Jul-1861 - )
Children  1. Ollie Bandy (Jul-1893 - )
  2. Dennis Bandy (Jul-1897 - )

Family 2 Tennessee (Tena) F Graves (c 1851 - )

Citations
  1. [S237] Source Ref:1115. Letters to Burton Eubank: Linda Betts Essary.
  2. [S201] Source Ref:1935. Bandy Households in the 1900 US census: Dale Bandy.

Robinson Adeline Warner

(5-Nov-1851 - 1927)


Father Robert A Warner
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Reference E19-1101

Birth 5-Nov-1851  1 
Marriage 16-Sep-1869  with=Robert Alexander Bandy2 
Marriage 16-Nov-1869  Batesville, AR, USA, 3 more ch dead in 1910., with=Robert Alexander Bandy1 
Census 1870  Independence Cty, AR, USA, with=Robert Alexander Bandy3 
Census 1880  Independence Cty, AR, USA, with=Robert Alexander Bandy4 
Census 1900  Independence Cty, AR, USA, with=Robert Alexander Bandy5 
Death 1927  2 
Note   From Shelbyville, TN.1 

Family Robert Alexander Bandy (5-Sep-1842 - 10-Jun-1914)
Marriage 16-Sep-1869  with=Robert Alexander Bandy2 
Marriage 16-Nov-1869  Batesville, AR, USA, 3 more ch dead in 1910., with=Robert Alexander Bandy2,1 
Children  1. James Alexander(John Bandy (22-Jun-1872 - 1931)
  2. Rufus (Richard) L Bandy (18-Sep-1874 - 1944)
  3. Pearl E Bandy (4-Apr-1878 - 1931)
  4. Robert A Bandy (31-May-1882 - 1947)
  5. Lillie L (or T) Bandy (16-Jul-1886 - )
  6. William L Bandy (6-Feb-1889 - 1946)
  7. Charles Pinckney Bandy (3-Jul-1892 - 1955)

Citations
  1. [S84] Source Ref:0796. Correspondence With Bandys, 1910 & Subsequent: John McDowell Ballard.
  2. [S83] Source Ref:0792. Private Papers: Arlene (Mrs. Wayne) Cook.
  3. [S175] Source Ref:1586. Bandy Households in the 1870 US Census: Dale Bandy.
  4. [S139] Source Ref:1933. Bandy Households in the 1880 US census: Dale Bandy.
  5. [S201] Source Ref:1935. Bandy Households in the 1900 US census: Dale Bandy.

Sarah Isabella (Ella Clark

(14-Nov-1851 - 22-Aug-1909)


Reference E18-0260

Birth 14-Nov-1851  1 
Marriage 15-Feb-1872  with=John Monroe Bragg1 
Death 22-Aug-1909  1 
Note   D tubercullosis.1 

Family John Monroe Bragg (16-Aug-1848 - 5-Jul-1920)
Children  1. Charles Edgar Bragg (18-Nov-1872 - 1934)
  2. William Robert Bragg (13-Jun-1877 - 1927)
  3. Margaret Jane Bragg (24-Feb-1879 - 13-Sep-1955)
  4. Eunice Bertie Bragg (12-May-1881 - 31-Oct-1973)
  5. Hattie Mae Bragg (14-Jul-1883 - 4-Jan-1968)
  6. Beatrice Bragg (11-Apr-1886 - Sep-1958)
  7. Walter Vane Bragg (1-Nov-1888 - 2-Mar-1959)
  8. Mary Sims Bragg (12-Jul-1891 - )

Citations
  1. [S148] Source Ref:0788. The Eight Tribes of John Bragg: Edna (Mrs Charles) Bless.

Stephen Richard Bandy

(17-Nov-1851 - 29-Dec-1929)


Father Thomas Riley Bandy (25-Jun-1826 - 13-Jan-1904)
Mother Nancy Moredock (17-Feb-1834 - 5-Apr-1918)
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Reference E18-0875

Birth 17-Nov-1851  KY, USA1 
Marriage   Assumed. Date unknown., with=Octavia Claycomb1 
Marriage   Assumed. Date unknown., with=Sarah Nichols1 
Census 1880  Breckinridge Cty, KY, USA, with=Octavia Claycomb2 
Death 29-Dec-1929  1 

Family 1 Sarah Nichols
Children  1. Nora Bandy
  2. Guy R Bandy (22-Mar-1883 - 12-Oct-1960)

Family 2 Octavia Claycomb (c 1858 - )
Children  1. Joel Bandy (25-Sep-1875 - 11-Jan-1933)
  2. Jesse Bandy (28-Jun-1878 - 3-May-1879)
  3. Eula Bandy (28-Mar-1880 - 20-Jun-1880)

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

James Henry Bass

(21-Nov-1851 - )


Reference E19-0975

Birth 21-Nov-1851  1 
Marriage   Assumed. Date unknown., with=Harriet Amanda Bandy2 
Death   Date unknown. 

Family Harriet Amanda Bandy (4-Apr-1857 - 12-Jan-1925)
Children  1. William Bass
  2. Carrie Bass
  3. Fannie Bass

Citations
  1. [S106] Source Ref:0394. Private Papers - Bandy Folder: Edythe Rucker Whitley.
  2. [S202] Source Ref:0053. History of ...Wilson, Bedford...Counties, TN: Goodspeed.

Orson Dunbar

(28-Nov-1851 - 21-Feb-1938)


Father Washington Dunbar (21-Sep-1822 - 29-Oct-1907)
Mother Anna A 'Annar' Lee (10-Jun-1825 - 1-Apr-1898)
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Reference E18-2349

Birth 28-Nov-1851  Not far from, Lafayette, Stark Cty, IL, USA1 
Death 21-Feb-1938  Henry Cty, IL, USA1 
Note   Never m.1 

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

George Bandy

(Dec-1851 - Mar-1883)


Birth Dec-1851  GRO VI 370, Buckingham, BKM, ENG1 
Death Mar-1883  age 32, GRO Ref: 3a 461, Buckingham, BKM, ENG2 

Citations
  1. [S26] Researcher: Peter G Jones [e-mail address] :PJ: GRO VI 370(A:78).
  2. [S7] General Register Office Index Entry.

Orlando Bandy

(Dec-1851 - )


Father George A Bandy (c 1823 - 1880)
Mother Elizabeth C (Jane) Shrader (Jun-1829 - )
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Reference E18-0852

Birth Dec-1851  Edgar Cty, IL, USA1 
Census 1880  Douglas Cty, IL, USA, with=Mary E (?)2 
Marriage 24-May-1886  Macon Cty, IL, USA, with=Jane Hacket3 
Marriage   Assumed. Date unknown., with=Mary E (?)2 
Census 1900  Edgar Cty, IL, USA, with=Mary E (?)4 
Death   Date unknown. 
Note   Lists Orlando with Genetta (17-578) [Was he her son, or was he son of George and Elizabeth living with his aunt?]5 

Family 1 Mary E (?) (Sep-1855 - )
Marriage   Assumed. Date unknown., with=Mary E (?)2 
Children  1. Guy L Bandy (Sep-1878 - )
  2. N Pearl Bandy (Jul-1880 - )

Family 2 Jane Hacket
Marriage 24-May-1886  Macon Cty, IL, USA, with=Jane Hacket3 

Citations
  1. [S83] Source Ref:0792. Private Papers: Arlene (Mrs. Wayne) Cook.
  2. [S139] Source Ref:1933. Bandy Households in the 1880 US census: Dale Bandy.
  3. [S182] Source Ref:1692. Illinois Marriage Index: Illinois State Geneal. Soc.
  4. [S201] Source Ref:1935. Bandy Households in the 1900 US census: Dale Bandy.
  5. [S175] Source Ref:1586. Bandy Households in the 1870 US Census: Dale Bandy.

Parthana Alice Myrick

(11-Dec-1851 - 25-Mar-1942)


Reference E18-0699

Birth Dec-1851  1 
Birth 11-Dec-1851  Burnet Cty, TX, USA2 
Birth   TX, USA3 
Marriage 20-Dec-1866  Bastrop Cty, TX, USA, with=John Jefferson Bandy4 
Marriage 20-Dec-1866  Bandera, Bandera Cty, TX, USA, with=John Jefferson Bandy2 
Census 1870  Bandera Cty, TX, USA, with=John Jefferson Bandy5 
Census 1880  Upshur Cty, TX, USA, with=John Jefferson Bandy3 
Census 1880  Uvalde Cty, TX, USA, with=John Jefferson Bandy4 
Census 1900  Bandera Cty, TX, USA, with=John Jefferson Bandy1 
Death 25-Mar-1942  2 
Burial   Vanderpool Cem, Bandera Cty, TX, USA4 
Note   Utopia, Uvalde Cty TX.2 

Family John Jefferson Bandy (22-Dec-1845 - 20-Oct-1909)
Marriage 20-Dec-1866  Bandera, Bandera Cty, TX, USA, with=John Jefferson Bandy2 
Marriage 20-Dec-1866  Bastrop Cty, TX, USA, with=John Jefferson Bandy2,4 
Children  1. William Thomas Bandy (10-Nov-1867 - 8-Jan-1944)
  2. Sarah Ella Bandy (15-Jul-1869 - 18-Nov-1949)
  3. James Logan Bandy (1871 - )
  4. Emma Helen Bandy (11-Aug-1873 - 4-Aug-1961)
  5. Lorene Bandy (1875 - 7-Sep-1913)
  6. John Franklin Bandy (19-Sep-1877 - 9-Jan-1958)
  7. Dulcie Narcissa Bandy (Jul-1880 - )
  8. Carrie Bandy (27-Nov-1882 - 8-Jun-1983)
  9. Minnie Lee Bandy (19-Aug-1885 - 12-Jul-1968)
  10. Stillborn Bandy (1903 - 1903)

Citations
  1. [S201] Source Ref:1935. Bandy Households in the 1900 US census: Dale Bandy.
  2. [S248] Source Ref:1946. Correspondence with Jane and Burton Eubank: Charlene White.
  3. [S139] Source Ref:1933. Bandy Households in the 1880 US census: Dale Bandy.
  4. [S83] Source Ref:0792. Private Papers: Arlene (Mrs. Wayne) Cook.
  5. [S175] Source Ref:1586. Bandy Households in the 1870 US Census: Dale Bandy.

Elizabeth Grigg

(c 1852 - )


Birth c 1852  Flamstead, HRT, ENG1 
Marriage 3-Dec-1870  he age 21 (?), she 20, Flamstead, HRT, ENG, with=William Bandy2,3 
Census 3-Apr-1881  wife age 28, Bonnet Sewer, Pie Corner Cottage (3), Flamstead, HRT, ENG4 

Family William Bandy (19-Dec-1850 - )
Children  1. Mary Ann Jane Bandy (24-Aug-1872 - )
  2. Frederick William Bandy (25-Jan-1876 - )
  3. Arthur Dennis Bandy (16-May-1878 - )

Citations
  1. [S6] 1881 Census CD.
  2. [S26] Researcher: Peter G Jones [e-mail address] :PJ: Vital Records Index FHL No: 1537681.
  3. [S12] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  4. [S6] 1881 Census CD :RG11/1445 f. 60.

James Bandy1

(c 1852 - )


Birth c 1852  Aylesbury, BKM, ENG1 
Occupation 1881  Traveller (Cml)1 
Census 3-Apr-1881  Bridge Street Bridge Inn, Usk, MON, WLS2 

Citations
  1. [S6] 1881 Census CD.
  2. [S6] 1881 Census CD :RG11/5257 f. 6.

Julia Wolston1

(c 1852 - )


Birth c 1852  Biddenham, BDF, ENG2 
Marriage 17-Mar-1873  GRO Ref: 3b 452, Biddenham, BDF, ENG, with=Samuel William Bandy2,3,1 
Occupation 1881  Lacemaker2 
Census 3-Apr-1881  4 Ford End, St Paul, Bedford, BDF, ENG4 
Census 31-Mar-1901  wife age 49, 9 Ford End, Bedford, BDF, ENG5 

Family Samuel William Bandy (Jun-1850 - Jun-1910)
Children  1. Charles Bandy (Jun-1884 - Dec-1933)
  2. Jessie Bandy (1890 - )

Citations
  1. [S12] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  2. [S6] 1881 Census CD.
  3. [S7] General Register Office Index Entry.
  4. [S6] 1881 Census CD :RG11/1623 f. 92.
  5. [S51] 1901 Census.


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