Bundy Families of the United States - Royal & Imperial Lineage - "The Sangraal" & "The Bloodroyal"
Lord Sir George Calvert, Baron of Baltimore (1st Lord Baltimore) (founder of Maryland) & Lady Anne Wynne, Barroness of Baltimore
Andrew Jackson Bundy Feb.141852/1853 & Lucinda Bennett  
daughter of:  
Asa Bennett b(abt)1797 & Delilah Woodward b28 Aug 1797 
son of: 
John (Gov) Bennett b: 1753 in Ireland & (1) Mary Isyphena Plummer b: 1755 (2) Sarah Petty  
daughter of:  
Thomas Plummer III b(abt)1695  & Sarah Wilson b1694 - daughter of: Edward Wilson, Sr  
son of: 
Samuel Plummer b?  d(abt) 1777 & Rachel Barnard (??1713 - ?)  
daughter of: 
Tristram Barnard  & Ruth Martin b(abt)1683 - descendant of: Mayflower Passenger "Mary Chilton" abt: 1607 - 1679 who married  John Winslow 
son of: 
Lt. Thomas Barnard b: Abt 1612 in England & Helen (Eleanor) b: 16 Oct 1615 in England 
son of: 
Thomas Barnard b: 10 MAY 1641 & Sarah Peasley b: 9 SEP 1642  

Thomas Barnard was son of: son of:  Lt. Thomas Barnard b: Abt 1612 in England & Helen (Eleanor) b: 16 Oct 1615 in England - son of: Thomas Barnard b: Abt. 1580 in England & Margery Arnold  - b: Bef. 30 Aug 1581 in Ilchester, Somerset - son of: John Barnard b: 1586 in Salisbury, Wiltshire & Phebe Unknown b: 1607 in Essex 

Sarah Peasley was daughter of:  
Joseph Peasley b:1600 in England & Mary Johnson b:1612 in Wales 
son of: 
William Peaslee   & Anne Calvert 
daughter of: 
Lord George Calvert - 1st Lord Baltimore - Baron of Baltimore & (1) Lady Anne Wynne - Barroness of Baltimore -  b: in Bexley, Hertfordshire d: 1621 in Chancel of St. Mary's Church, London - he was previously married to: (2) Dame Joane Baltimore died:1630 
son of:  
Leonard Calvert died: (aft) 1611 & Grace or Alice Grace Crossland  - Leonard was Birth: in Danby Wiske, Yorkshire, England (or Kiplin, Swale, Yorkshire, England) Death: AFT. 1611 -  Raised cattle - was a Country gentleman.   
son of:                                      daughter of:   
John Calvert b: in Danby Wiske, Yorkshire, England & Margerie b: in England - The Calvert family is said to have descended from a noble family in Flanders, France. The earliest Calvert record in England is that of 1366, when Margaretta Calvert found in Durham Manorial roles; old Yorkshire family.  
son of: 
Eol Calvert 
Thomas Crossland born in Crossland Hill, Yorkshire, England and died: 1587 & Joanne Hawksworth b: in England - died: (abt) 1575   
son of:  
Roger de Crosslands b: in Crosslands of Henry III, England - Descended from abt 1250 Descended from Roger de Crossland, temp HENRY III  
 

61444. Richard Crossland, born Abt. 1503; died Unknown. He was the son of 122888. William Crossland and 122889. Agnes Clark. He married 61445. Joane Normans. 

61445. Joane Normans, born Abt. 1503; died Unknown. 

Child of Richard Crossland and Joane Normans is: 
Thomas Crossland, Jr., born Abt. 1538 in Crossland Hill, England; died Aug 1587; married Joanna Hawksworth

 
Lord Baltimore Coin referse showiing his family shield with crown above / Lord Baltimore Flag - Styled after his family crest
Lord Sir George Calvert - First Lord Baltimore (ca. 1580 - 15 April 1632) The oldest son of an obscure Yorkshire gentleman, George Calvert used ability and an Oxford education to gain wealth, status, and influence in the England of his time. Knighted in 1617, and a member of Parliament for Yorkshire in 1621, Calvert served as one of James I's two secretaries of state and a Privy Councilor from 1619 to 1625.    As a recent convert to Catholicism, Calvert resigned from his government posts in the latter year, when anti-catholic legislation was being debated in Parliament. Created Baron Baltimore of Baltimore in 1625, with large estates in County Longford, Ireland, Calvert devoted the next seven years of his life to colonization projects in America. 

Having sponsored a small colony at Ferryland in his Province of Avalon, Newfoundland, as early as 1620, Lord Baltimore visited his American possessions in 1627 and 1629, and by the latter date, was determined to obtain lands in a friendlier climate. His petition for a large colonial grant with unprecedented powers, located north of the Potomac River, was agreed to by Charles I , but Calvert died almost two months to the day before the charter for Maryland was officially granted (on 20 June 1632).