Category Archives: Bondurant/Bundrum

The Rick Bragg connection…

Charlie Franklin Bundrum is the son of James J. Bundrum and Martha S. Mixon. He is the grandson of James B. Bundrum and Mary Butts. Charlie Franklin Bundrum was born 28 Apr 1906 in Alabama. He died 7 Apr 1958 … Continue reading

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James B. Bundrum wives and children…

James B. Bundrum was born 3 May 1826 in Walton County, Georgia. He died 25 Mar 1913 in Etowah County, Alabama. James and Mary Butts married about 1858 in Paulding County, Georgia. Mary was born about 1839 in Georgia. She … Continue reading

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Descendants of William Jacob Bundrum and Canzada Ann Sinyard

William Jacob Bundrum was born 28 October 1862 in Paulding County, Georgia. He died 26 February 1908 in Paulding County, Georgia. He married Canzada Ann Sinyard on 12 Dec 1886 in Paulding County, Georgia. William Jacob, called Jake, is the … Continue reading

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Descendants of Simpson Sinyard and Sarah Ann Whitlow

Simpson Sinyard is the son of Henry C. Sinyard I (19 September 1801 – 3 December 1877) and Dicy Hulsey (6 April 1796 – 16 July 1833) He married Sarah Ann Whitlow on 28 December 1858 in Paulding County, Georgia. … Continue reading

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Descendants of Adeline Eugenia Bundrum and Samuel Alonzo Wicks

Adeline Eugenia Bundrum– was born 16 June 1877 in Paulding County, Georgia. She died 22 February 1961. She married Samuel Alonzo Wicks 24 November 1895 in Haralson County, Georgia, son of Isaac Wix II and Melinda Cole. He was born … Continue reading

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I see a pattern developing here…

Found in the Atlanta Constitution, Atlanta Georgia, dated 22 August 1887: FIRED FROM CHURCH A Brother Who Sold Provisions To A Revenue Officer A good story comes from Paulding County. Some time ago while Deputy Marshal Abercrombie, and one or … Continue reading

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Puzzle pieces hide out in interesting places…

I have added some info on the children of Jean-Pierre Bondurant and Ann Tanner. *** Recently we went over to the Pogue Library in Murray Kentucky, located on the Murray State Campus.  Their Genealogy Room is highly recommended.  I have … Continue reading

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