Person:John Buntin (3)

John Buntin, Jr.
m. abt. 1740
  1. John Buntin, Jr.1740/45 - 1803
m. 16 January 1767
  1. Sarah Buntinabt 1767 -
  2. William Buntin1770 - 1831
Facts and Events
Name John Buntin, Jr.
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1740/45
Marriage 16 January 1767 Rowan County, North Carolinato Mary 'Elizabeth' McClure
Death[1] 1803 Sumner County, Tennessee
Will? 1803 Sumner County, Tennessee[Will Proven]
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  2.   John Buntin was on the 1790 Census of Pitt County, North Carolina. He was shown as owning no slaves. John brought his family, including adult sons, to northern middle Tennessee by 1800. Some of his sons settled in what became Robertson County and some in Sumner County. John Buntin’s Will was probated in Sumner County in 1803. His heirs were his wife Elizabeth, sons Joseph and William, daughter Sarah, and grandson John Kerr. His Will mentions one Slave by name, “my Negro wench LUCIE”, who he left to his wife.