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|pbfries||RE: Lou Alice Bundy, James Winfor Bundy|
I'm not sure what you're asking in your question. But I think you already know that Mamie (Mary) O'Gene McKinney (1897-1985) d/o Andrew Jackson McKinney (1853-1921) & Mary Delilah Skipper (1857-1927) was married to 3 men, the second being James Winford Bundy who died young in 1935. I never found any children born of this union, and no evidence he married before Mamie, so I'm at a loss to connect the step-siblings you mention. Do know that after Bundy died, Mamie moved to Richmond and was living with her sister-in-law Alice "Virginia" Bundy and her husband, Howard Mosher. Never found evidence she had children with her 3rd husband either.
Added by pbfries on Jul 03, 2014 12:56 PM
I believe I have transferred everything you requested. Hope you can connect your family. Good Luck. Let me know if I can help you anymore.
Added by CEA on Jun 27, 2014 10:38 AM
I transferred Perry's memorial. If there are any others you would like. Just go through the channels and I would be glad to pass others to you.
I am not related to anyone here.
Added by CEA on May 07, 2013 8:40 PM
|CEA||RE: Perry McKinney Outler Cemetary Rutland, GA|
Thanks for the information. Would you like me to transfer these memorials to you? I am in no way related to anyone in the cemetery. I just happen to see it one day back up in the woods off the highway and thought I would stop by and photograph it. Just give me a heads up.
Added by CEA on Feb 27, 2013 6:04 PM
|Leslie Robbins Arnold||James Winford Bundy|
I found these 2 sites about Raleigh's City Cemetery. Neither list James Bundy as being interred there.
The first is a website that volunteers created by walking through cemeteries and painstakingly writing down every name and date they could find. Not being on this list only means that if he's there, he doesn't have a marker.
The second offers wonderful info on the cemetery itself. Some names are listed, but only the names used to get the cemetery listed as a historical landmark. Again, these are people with markers.
I suspect that Mr. Bundy very well may be interred at City Cemetery, but I believe his marker is lost.
I wish I could be of more help.
|Leslie Robbins Arnold||RE: James Winfred Bundy|
Unfortunately I do not know very much about this cemetery. I have only been there twice. It is one of the oldest cemeteries in Raleigh but because the city owns it, they do not budget enough money to keep it maintained. It is in a poor section of town and has been horribly vandalized. We had a tornado a little over a year ago and many of the graves were damaged by falling trees. There was a clean up effort after that by volunteers and now it is easier to walk through. Unfortunately, many markers are broken and missing altogether. In the section where I found a Bundy, there was only that one stone. There was plenty of open ground around it. There could be several unmarked graves there. I will look into it and see if i can find who to contact. I will let you know if I find out anything.
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