Private Mordecai Bundy’s place of burial Private Mordecai Bundy Contributed by Susan C. Griffin
Private Jesse Bundy Contributed by Susan C. Griffin
Company F Roster 27th Regiment N.C. Troops (Infantry) North Carolina Troops 1861-1865 A Roster, Volume VII Compiled by Weymouth T. Jordan, Jr. This company, known as the “Perquimans Beauregards” was raised in Perquimans County and enlisted at Hertford in Perquimans
Source: Year Book – Volume 4 – Pasquotank Historical Society – Elizabeth City, North Carolina. Compiled and Edited by Edna M. Shannonhouse (1983).
For the convenience of those not acquainted with the record, and where the ones needed are to be found, the following is here printed, taken from Winslow Memorial, Vol I, Chart V. John Winslow, m Agnes (d of John Thogmorton
In “Paule” of London, July 16, 1635, Kathren Wilson, age 28, and children: Robert, age 6—Richard, age 5. (Hotten.) William Edwards, Clerk of Surry Co Va, was grt (with Rice Davis) 1080a in sd county, for trans’ among others, Robert
Thomas White was a subject in the colony at Jamestown, 1609. (Browns Genesis to America.) James White in Va same date, at same place. Henry White of York Co Va, had a son Henry, who moved to Isle of Wight.
After much careful work on this family, in N. C. and Virginia, the writer has arrived at the conclusion, that the Toms emigrant, to N. C., was living in Charles City Co Va, where he sold land in sd County,
The name Piers is thought to be derived from a French family by that name. It is variously spelled, on the records in Perq Co, as well as elsewhere. Peter Piers who lived in the reign of Edward IV, &
Peter Pearson, who came to Va from Cumberland, England, about 1701, presented a letter from Friends at Pardshow Cragg, said county, to the Mo Meeting in Isle of Wight Co Va, setting forth the fact that “Peter Pearson the bearer