OBITUARY

Name:   Frank Eugene Bundy

From:  The Joliet News, Joliet, Illinois
Date:  Monday, September 29, 1913

Plainfield - Sick Many Months Frank Bundy Dies

Well-known Plainfield Man Succumbs to Long Illness.

Plainfield, Sept. 29 - - Frank BUNDY died at his home on Lockport street, on Sunday morning after a lingering illness.

Mr. Bundy is survived by his widow, four daughters, Mrs. Annie VINSON, Kansas; Mrs. Minnie LATHAM, Canada; Mrs. Sadie WILSON, Mrs. May CARRINGTON, Plainfield, and four sons, Edward, Frank, Elsworth and James of Plainfield.

Funeral services will be held on Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the residence and 2 o'clock at the M. E. church. Rev. T. F. Ream will officiate. Interment will be in the Plainfield cemetery, where the local Masonic lodge will conduct burial services.

From:  The Joliet News, Joliet, Illinois
Date:  Wednesday, October 1, 1913

Plainfield Pioneers Placed at Rest

Impressive Ceremonies for Frank Bundy

Plainfield, Oct. 1. -- Funeral services for the late Frank Bundy were held on Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the residence and at 2 o'clock at the Methodist church. Rev. T. E. Ream officiated, assisted by Rev. A. E. Beddoes of the Congregational church. Mrs. Fred Pratt and Mrs. Amelia Perry sang, "Some Time We'll Understand," "Sweet Bye and Bye," and Beautiful Isle of Somewhere." Interment was in the Plainfield cemetery, where the local Masonic order conducted their impressive burial services, A. C. Steiner, U. S. G. Blakely, David Whitlock and S. L. Wylie acted as pall bearers.  Pansy Chapter O. E. S., of which the deceased was a charter member, attended the services in a body.

Mr. Bundy was born in Na-au-say Township, Kendall county, Aug. 28, 1845. On Sept. 6, 1865, he was united in marriage to Sarah Jane Young of Joliet, and they resided in Na-au-say until about eight years ago when they moved to Plainfield. Ten children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Bundy, all of whom are living with the exception of one daughter, who died in infancy.

Besides the widow and children, a brother, George Bundy, of Belvidere, Kansas, and three sisters, Mesdames Belfield, McCloud and Hibbard also survive. Mr. Bundy was a much respected citizen and will be missed in the community.