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1 THE PRIDE AND BUNNER FAMILY Geri's Mother's Side Submitted by Geraldine Raybuck Smith. GENERATION 1 - John Pride & Elizabeth "Betty" Steele. John died ca. 12 February, GENERATION 2 - Henry Pride & Mary Sapp. GENERATION 3 - William Pride & Hannah Bunner. GENERATION 4 - Susan Pride & Jacob Freed, Jr. GENERATION 5 - All children of Jacob, Jr. and Susan Pride Freed. See The Raybuck & Freed Families My great-grandfather William Pride's father Henry Pride was born in Delaware in 1783 and is listed as age 67 in the Barbour County, WV, 1850 census. He was a farmer. He married Mary Sapp who was born in She was listed as age 70 in the same 1850 census and also was born in Delaware. *Henry's parents were John and Elizabeth "Betty" Steele Pride. Henry died ca This is when his will was probated. In other material, Henry Pride's birth was listed as August 1781 in Sussex County, Delaware. He was in the war of He applied for a pension but was denied. Instead he received 80 acres from a land grant on Scotts Run outside of Morgantown, WV. Bounty land or a land grant was given to anyone who served in a war at that time in American history. John, Henry's father, settled in Delaware. The Prides came to America from England. When and how did John's parents come to Delaware? That is the question we have not yet answered. Our Prides came to America from Scotland or England. The Pride name first appears in ancient medieval records in Lanarkshire, located in Scotland, where they were anciently seated. The Pride family can trace their ancestors back to the ancient territories of between the 11th and 12th centuries. From early on the Pride family not only held lands and estates located in Lanarkshire but were also actively allied with other influential families. They also branched out in other territories and holdings, before making the long journey to the new world. Pryde, Prid and Pryd are some variations with Pryde being most prevalent in Scotland. * Mary Sapp, William's mother and Henry Pride's wife, is the granddaughter of a John and Ann (surname unknown) Hall Pride and the daughter of their daughter, Sarah Pride b and husband, Joseph Sapp. Joseph Sapp, Mary Sapp's father, was born ca and died Sept. 16, He was a patriot of the Revolution: Delaware, Private, Monongalia Co., VA; Delaware Blues under Col. David Hall. Residence: Kent Co., Delaware. He was said to be the oldest pensioner in VA. *From a Sapp Family Early History GENERATIONS FOR MARY SAPP, William's mother and Henry Pride's wife. 1. John and Ann (surname unknown) Hall Pride 2. Sarah Pride and Joseph Sapp 3. Mary Sapp and Henry Pride

2 WILLIAM PRIDE * The following was found in a book of history for families belonging to Allegheny Regional Ancestors discovered in Beverly, WV. * Barbour Co. Wills, Page 123a - 124a dated Probated 8, HENRY PRIDE: Barbour Co., (W)VA. Wife Mary (*Sapp): Sons - John, Samuel, WILLIAM, Henry and Joseph. Daughters - Sean, Rachel, Sally, Zana, Anny, Betty, Nancy (^Mary Nancy), Polly and Hannah. This names 14 children. Grandson, Americus. Executor- G.W. Gall. Henry left most assets to his wife. Witnesses-Philip Poe and Albert Murphy. An addendum says he left 25 dollars to Joseph after Mary, Henry's wife, died. * The following information from THE PRIDES OF PRIDE'S RIDGE names 12 children for Henry. 1. Henry C. b. 1808, 2. WILLIAM b. 1827, 3. John b. 1818, 4. Mary (^Mary Nancy) b. 1817, 5. Hannah, 6. Rachel, 7. Samuel, 8. Sarah b. 1811, 9. Sean, 10. Zana, 11. Betty, 12. Joseph, born Oct 12, 1809, died in Marion Co. WV. Joseph married Elizabeth Wright, on Oct. 8, 1831, in Monongalia Co., VA. Some children may be deceased, had nicknames or were called by their middle name. * Sarah (Sally)( See no. 8 above.) is the daughter of Henry and Mary Sapp Pride. She was born 23 Dec. 1811, and was age 49 in the 1860 Barbour County, VA, census. Sally was married to Jonas Stansberry and had five children - Elizabeth, F. M., Sally, Augustus J. and Louisa. Sally died on 29 September, 1900, and is buried in Clemtown Cem., Barbour Co., WV. Mary Sapp, wife of Henry Pride, was living with Jonah Stansberry a farmer/ Methodist minister in Barbour County, WV, in Henry was deceased ca and before Mary is 80 years old. See above paragraph. Henry and Mary Sapp Pride's son, WILLIAM Pride, age 23, was a farmer, born in Monongalia County, Virginia, in 1827 according to the Barbour County, VA, 1850 census and the Calhoun Co census. William, child number 2, was married to HANNAH Bunner who was 26 in 1850 and born in Virginia on 11/14/1825 according to the Barbour County, VA, 1850 census and Karen Bunner. Wm & Hannah were married in Fayette Co., PA on Jan. 13, 1845 at her brother Robert Bunner's house. Witnesses: Robert Bunner and Hiram Bunner William enlisted in the Civil War on Dec. 22, 1861 at the age of 30. He served in the 11th Regiment of WV Volunteers, Company C, Union Army. WILLIAM and HANNAH Bunner Pride had these ten known children: 1. Zania b. in 1843/44 in Monongalia Co., VA. d. ca in Calhoun Co.WV. Second one buried in the Freed Cemetery in Calhoun Co., WV. 2. Henry born in 1846/47 in Monongalia County, Virginia. 3. Edgar born in 1848/49 in Monongalia County, Virginia. 4. Polly born in 1851 in Monongalia County, Virginia.

3 5. Susan (Susannah), Geri's grandmother, was born November 17, 1853, in Barbour County, VA. She married Jacob Freed, Jr. on March 19, 1874, in Calhoun Co., WV. She died August 14, 1932, in Beaver County, PA. They are buried in Grandview Cemetery, Beaver Falls, PA. She and Jacob had 12 children. (See Jacob Freed Junior Family file: 6. Elizabeth born in 1854 in Barbour County, WV. Married Levi McDonald on April 15, 1878, and lived in Ritchie County, WV. 7. Minerva born in 1856 in Calhoun County, WV. 8. William C. born in May, 1860 in Calhoun County, WV. Married Ruhama Moorehead on April 20, See Note. 9. Hannah Retta born September 26, 1863, in Calhoun County, WV. She married William Asbury Freed on May 26, See Note. 10. Robert born in 1866 in Calhoun County, WV. William Pride, husband of Hannah Bunner Pride, lost his mind or was incapacitated as a result of his service in the Civil War. William was discharged at Cumberland in Allegany Co. in Maryland on Dec. 24, The children still at home were "farmed out" with the following families according to the 1870 Calhoun County, WV census: Hannah Retta Pride, age 6, lived with Thornton and Mary Ferrell. William C. Pride, age 10, lived with John and Sarah Goldsmith. Minerva Pride, age 12, lived with Benjamin and Roanne Dye. Elizabeth Pride, age 14, lived with Hiram and Jane Ferrell. My grandmother, Susan Pride, age 16, lived with Thomas and Louisa Ferrell. William Pride, age 43, (the children's father) lived with Robert and Mary Nancy Pride Boner/Bunner. Mary Nancy was William's sister. (See picture below) Later he entered the hospital at Weston, WV where he died. He was buried in the hospital cemetery in State Hospital grounds at Weston, WV on January 6, In 1880 Hannah Bunner Pride, wife of William Pride, Sr., was living with sons William C. age 20, and Robert age 14 in Calhoun County, WV. In 1900 Hannah, wife of William Pride, Sr., now 75/6 and a widow is living with her daughter and son-in-law, Hannah Retta and William Asbury Freed in the Union District of Ritchie County, WV. Hannah died 18 Oct at age 84/85. Witnesses: Cloyd Freed, her grandson, and Cindia Goodnight. Hannah was approved for $8.00 a month widow s pension on May 20, NOTES: William C. Pride, son of William, Sr. and Hannah Bunner Pride (See child no. 9), was born May 1860, married Rhuhama Morehead on April 20, She was born in January They had six living children:

4 1. Robert, born Feb. 1885, died December 31, Willie B., born August Henry F., born March Idona, born May Alma R., born May Columbus L., born August William Asbury and Hannah Retta Pride Freed, daughter of William, Sr. and Hannah Bunner Pride, and sister of Susan Pride Freed, had five living children in They are: 1. Rosa M., born May James Franklin, born April Albert Cloyd, born June Estella, born October Homer S., born August Donald was born after 1900 about At the time of the 1900 census they are in Union District, Ritchie Co. WV. Geri has a very poor black and white duplicated picture of this family taken about The information in the paragraph above was found in the Union District of Ritchie Co. WV, 1900 census. ^ Hannah BUNNER Pride b. 11/14/1825, d. 10/18/1909 and wife of William Pride is the daughter of James, b. ca. 1788, and Susannah Ferrell Bunner, b. 1795/96. They married in Susannah is the daughter of Robert Ferrell. James Bunner is the son of John, b , and Martha Evans Bunner, the grandson of Casper, b. 1720, and Mary Christina (Braun) Brown Bunner, the great grandson of Reuben Adam Bunner (Bonner) b ANCESTORS OF HANNAH BUNNER PRIDE 1. Reuben Adam Bunner, wife as yet unknown 2. Casper and Mary Christina (Braun) Brown Bunner 3. John and Martha Evans Bunner 4. James and Susannah Ferrell Bunner (See a preceding paragraph for Susannah Ferrell.) See number 1 above. ^ Reuben Adam Bunner, the first known Bunner to come from Germany, emigrated from Mannheim, Germany, arriving in America on September 1, 1736 on the ship Harle. His wife and four younger children were with him. He was born in 1697 and settled in Lancaster, PA. He died there on his own land that he received as a land grant. Some of his descendants moved to western Pennsylvania and others to Virginia. See number 2 above. ^ Casper Bunner, age 20, son of Reuben Adam Bunner, arrived at the port of Philadelphia on 5/12/1740 on the ship Loyal Judith. He was born in the Rheinland Pfalz, the Palatinate, also lived in Mannheim before coming to America. Casper received a land grant of 400 acres in the Monongahela River Valley area. Part of this is now called Bunner's Ridge located in West Virginia. Casper married Mary Christina Brown b. 1724; d Married in 1748.

5 Casper and Mary s child was John Jack Amos Bunner, Sr. b. 1750, d John had two wives, Martha Joliffe and Martha Evans, b. 1753, d Married in John Amos was a Private in the Penn Wilson s 4th Battallion in the Revolutionary War. Later John Amos ran a blacksmith shop on what is now called Bunner s Ridge, WV. John and Martha Evan s child was James Bunner, b in Winfield, VA, d. 7/28/1841. James married Jenny Carrol in 1807 and Susannah Ferrell in Hannah Bunner, child of James and Susannah was born in 1825 and died in Hannah married William Pride in They were the parents of ten children who were named earlier. The western area of the state of VA became the state of WV in * Information received from Ronald Robe. ^ Information received from Karen A. Bunner-Edwards: William Pride and Hannah Bunner s pension record information from National Archives in Washington D.C. You can t really know who you are or where you are going unless you know where you have come from. --Bruce Springsteen File by Geraldine (Geri) Raybuck Smith, granddaughter of Susan Pride Freed.

6 This picture is from an old tin type. It is not certain who three of them are. The gentleman on the left is Robert Bunner. As it is known these four: Robert, William, Hannah and Mary Nancy were great friends and were often known to be together. The Bunners have triangular faces and the Prides have round faces. I believe the lady standing behind Robert is his sister Hannah. The gentleman on the right is probably William Pride and the lady standing behind William is Mary Nancy Pride, William s sister.

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