David W. Bunch, of Kentucky, settled in Montgomery Co., Mo., in 1826. He married Elizabeth Wright, by whom he had fourteen children Thompson H., John J., William F., Lucretia, Patsey A., Sterling L., Lewis W., Nancy D., Amanda J., Hamilton V., Eliza M., David W., Cordelia, and Elizabeth.
HON. SIMEON W. BUNCH. The fortunate possessor of 205 acres of as good and as there is in the beautiful township of Sparta, our subject is one of the progressive farmers and representative citizens of Christian County, Missouri, where he has long made his home. He came originally from Simpson County, Kentucky, born in 1832.
JOHN A. BUNCH. This gentleman is the receiver of public moneys in the Government Land Office at Harrison, Arkansas, and is a native of this State, born in Newton County, September 15, 1860, a son of Capt. Larkin and Eliza (Maxwell) Bunch, the former of whom was born in Overton County, Tennessee, a son of
Interviewer: Leila Harris Person Interviewed: Julia Bunch Location: Georgia Age: 85 Seated in a comfortable chair in the living room of her home, Julia Bunch, Negress of 85 years, presented a picture of the old South that will soon pass away forever. The little 3-room house, approachable only on foot, was situated on top of
Private, Medical, 81st Div., 316th Reg., F. A.; of Iredell County; son of J. W. and Mattie Bunch. Entered service October 12, 1917, at Statesville, N.C. Sent to Camp Jackson. Transferred to Camp Mills. Sailed for France Aug. 5, 1918. Stationed near Chaumont. Returned to USA June 9, 1919. Mustered out at Camp Lee, Va.,