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Lebanon News
Obituary of John Godsey Bundy

May 26, 1911

Death Of John G. Bundy.

Taps sounded for another of the rapidly thinning "brave line of Gray" on Monday when John G. Bundy passed to his reward "beyond the river."

John G. Bundy, a native of Russell county, was a find example of what can be accomplished by honesty and integrity accompanied by an indominatable will. Left penniless by the war, by industry, unaided by any speculative action, he left an estate of $150,000. A careful trader, a kind husband and father, a liberal supporter of the church, he leaves a name that will be ever cherished and respected.

Mr. Bundy is survived by ten children - six boys, R. Frank, J. Edward, G. Gett, Ralph B., William R., and John H., all of whom reside on the old home place, a four daughters, Misses Laura Virginia and Karl M. and Mrs. John Bundy of Lebanon, and Mrs. F. E. Warren, of Nasheville, Tenn. All the children were with their father when the end came.

Mrs. Bundy, who was the daughter of James C. Perry, preceded her husband to the Great beyond six years ago.

Funeral services were held at the home on Tuesday at 2:30 p. m., conducted by Rev. H. M. Fugate of Farmville, Va., assisted by Rev. W. W. Carson, of this city. Interment took place at the family burying ground. - Clinch Valley News.

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