Fred Richard Bandy Jr. Line
This includes a further US descent from Richard - but also some new family ancestors. There are 198 individuals and 60 families representing 51 surnames in this database
This data was kindly provided by Fred Richard Bandy Jr who says: " Please note: I'm not 100% positive that all of the dates are correct. My special thanks to Dale Bandy as his book helped me find the one link to Richard I was missing (Johns' son George of Ohio).
The main genealogies presented on this website are now the American and English genealogies. These genealogies are mainly the work of Jane Bandy Eubank & Samuel Burton Eubank with considerable help from Dale Bandy (USA) and Derek Bandy (England) with grateful thanks to all the many researchers who provided information and who are acknowledged in the notes.
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