Lloyd Bundy was the son of James Wesley Bundy and Eliza (Green) Bundy.
He was raised at Bluford, IL, along with five sisters and four brothers.
He entered the U.S. Army during World War I and returned to Mt. Vernon
afterward. Lloyd was wounded in action during the war and received the
Purple Heart. He lived with his mother at 300 Caborn Avenue until he
married Drusie Webb in 1923.
Drusie Bundy was the daughter of Joe Webb and Florence (Harvey) Webb,
whose home was at Woodlawn, Ill. Drusie graduated from Mt. Vernon
Township High School in 1922. Lloyd and Drusie Bundy made their home
and raised their family at 300 Caborn. The Lloyd Bundys raised three
children, two boys and one girl; James Webb Bundy, Joe Wesley Bundy and
Patsy Joan. James and Joe served in the army during World War II. James
was a corporal in the medical corps serving in England and Joe was a
sergeant in the quartermaster serving in the Philippines. James is
married to the former Lois Tucker and they have three children, Larry,
Carol, and Carl. Joe is married to the former Lois Todd and they have
two children, Jayne and Steve. Pat married Jim Estes and they have
one child, Brian.
Lloyd Bundy died in 1954 at the age of 60 at the Veterans Hospital in
Marion, IL. He is buried at the Mount Olive Cemetery, east of Bluford,
IL. His widow Drusie, along with the three children James, Joe, and
Pat, still reside in Mt. Vernon with their families.
Some ommisions may have occured to protect living individuals.
"Facts and Folks A History of Jefferson County, Illinois"
Jefferson County Historical Society
Printed by Taylor Publishing Company, Dallas, TX Page 106, 107
Submitted by Sandy Whalen Bauer