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Genealogy of the Bandy family in America

compiled by Jane Bandy Eubank, Samuel Burton Eubank
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Granby, Colorado : J.B. & S.B. Eubank, 1990
636 p. : ill., coat of arms., facsims., maps

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Bibliography: p. 625-635.

Richard Bandy (1720-1795) immigrated from Liverpool or Chester, England to Cumberland County, Virginia by 1755, and later owned land in Bedford County and Botetourt County as well. He stood trial for treason in 1780, and was pardoned. He married two or three times, and there is family disagreement about whether one of his wives was (Mahala) Jane Cummins, or whether she was a wife of his son Richard II (d.1815). Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, Texas and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Ballard, Bragg, Caldwell, Cate, Coles (Cole), Cusick, Meador, Napier, Rudisill, Sigmon, Strain and related families.

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