Bundy, Thomas and Nancy (Hevener) 
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transpixel TJ Bundy purchased land in Wabasha County, Minnesota on 8 April 1865, but he made this purchase in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. This deed uses a pre-printed form for Wabasha County, Minnesota, was hand-altered and executed in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, but recorded in Wabasha County, Minnesota. It was witnessed by a Justice of the Peace of Clearfield County named J.[ohn] B. Hewitt, brother of Lucinda Hewitt (Lucinda was the wife of Stephen Bundy; they were the parents of William and T.J Bundy). The seller, William D. Woodward, is noted in a Clearfield County History for having gone to Minnesota in the spring of 1864 and staying there only two months. He is then noted for having purchased 88 acres of "the current Walter D. Woodward farm" from Thomas Jefferson Bundy in spring 1865 (the same timeframe as this deed), so it would seem he and TJ Bundy traded land. W.D Woodward is shown on the 1878 map of Clearfield County as a neighbor of Stephen Bundy, from which we can conclude the W.D Woodward land is where Thomas Jefferson Bundy lived before he moved to Minnesota. transpixel
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transpixel Huston Township, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania from Caldwell's 1878 Atlas. Click twice to see the map in legible form. Just southeast of Penfield is the land of W.D. Woodward, and close by is S.[tephen] Bundy and A.[twood] Bundy. Per the notes on the previous deed, the land marked W.D. Woodward is where Thomas Jefferson Bundy lived before leaving for Minnesota. transpixel
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transpixel This picture is annotated on the back with "Mrs. T.J. Bundy". It could be Thomas Jefferson Bundy (brother of William) and his wife Nancy Hevener and others. transpixel
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transpixel Identification from the notes on the back.
Back row, l to r: Savilla (Bundy) Russell, Goldie (Russell) Hostettler, Alice Cater (2nd cousin of Francis Bundy), Bessie Russell, Lucy (Whaley) Bundy.  Sitting down on the left is Nancy (Hevener) Bundy (Thomas Jefferson Bundy's wife).  The couple in front to the right are family friends Will Labbit and his wife.  The boy in front is the son of Will Labbitt.  February, 1908. (Original: Mary Hundeby) transpixel
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transpixel TJ sold half his land in Wabasha County on 12 December 1891. He was still in Minnesota for the 1895 state census and the 1900 Federal census. transpixel
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TJ Bundy purchased land in Wabasha County, Minnesota on 8 April 1865, but he made this purchase in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. This deed uses a pre-printed form for Wabasha County, Minnesota, was hand-altered and executed in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, but recorded in Wabasha County, Minnesota. It was witnessed by a Justice of the Peace of Clearfield County named J.[ohn] B. Hewitt, brother of Lucinda Hewitt (Lucinda was the wife of Stephen Bundy; they were the parents of William and T.J Bundy). The seller, William D. Woodward, is noted in a Clearfield County History for having gone to Minnesota in the spring of 1864 and staying there only two months. He is then noted for having purchased 88 acres of "the current Walter D. Woodward farm" from Thomas Jefferson Bundy in spring 1865 (the same timeframe as this deed), so it would seem he and TJ Bundy traded land. W.D Woodward is shown on the 1878 map of Clearfield County as a neighbor of Stephen Bundy, from which we can conclude the W.D Woodward land is where Thomas Jefferson Bundy lived before he moved to Minnesota.
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Huston Township, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania from Caldwell's 1878 Atlas. Click twice to see the map in legible form. Just southeast of Penfield is the land of W.D. Woodward, and close by is S.[tephen] Bundy and A.[twood] Bundy. Per the notes on the previous deed, the land marked W.D. Woodward is where Thomas Jefferson Bundy lived before leaving for Minnesota.
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This picture is annotated on the back with "Mrs. T.J. Bundy". It could be Thomas Jefferson Bundy (brother of William) and his wife Nancy Hevener and others.
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A blowup of the previous picture at 2400 dpi.
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Identification from the notes on the back.
Back row, l to r: Savilla (Bundy) Russell, Goldie (Russell) Hostettler, Alice Cater (2nd cousin of Francis Bundy), Bessie Russell, Lucy (Whaley) Bundy. Sitting down on the left is Nancy (Hevener) Bundy (Thomas Jefferson Bundy's wife). The couple in front to the right are family friends Will Labbit and his wife. The boy in front is the son of Will Labbitt. February, 1908. (Original: Mary Hundeby)
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TJ sold half his land in Wabasha County on 12 December 1891. He was still in Minnesota for the 1895 state census and the 1900 Federal census.
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transpixel Gravestone of Nancy Hevener Bundy in Old Bundy Cemetery, Huston Township, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. Downloaded from the Internet. transpixel
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transpixel Gravestone of Thomas Jefferson Bundy in Old Bundy Cemetery, Huston Township, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. Downloaded from the Internet. transpixel
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Gravestone of Nancy Hevener Bundy in Old Bundy Cemetery, Huston Township, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. Downloaded from the Internet.
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Gravestone of Thomas Jefferson Bundy in Old Bundy Cemetery, Huston Township, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. Downloaded from the Internet.
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