Bundy Families of the United States - Royal & Imperial Lineage - "The Sangraal" & "The Bloodroyal"
Nathanial (Nathan) Bundy b: abt 1777 & Lucinda Ruth Morris b: 1777  
Nathanial (Nathan) Bundy b(abt)1777 & Lucinda Ruth Morris b1777 - b. Pasquotank, NC  m. 8/19/1795
son of:                                                                                                                    daughter of:
Josiah Bundy Jr b(abt)1762  & Mary Ann Symonds  b25 Dec 1766    
daughter of:    
Jehoshaphat Symons b: Sep 1708 Lydia Bundy b:1720 d:1762    
son of:     
Peter Symons b: 8 Oct 1684 d22 Jun 1715 &  Martha Pritchard 
Aaron Morris  b1744 & Margaret Nicholson 1752    
son of:     
Aaron Morris b: 14 Jul 1704 & Mary Pritchard b: 1707    
son of:     
John Morris, Jr. b: 1680 in Isle of Wight, Va & Mary Elizabeth Symonds b: 1687 
son of:                                                                                                                    daughter of:
Thomas Symons b: ABT 1648 in Lynn, Essex, MA & Rebecca West b(bef)1654 in RI - records indicate that she her sister was: Frances West - W - 66 - b:1650 - d (bef) 1698 who was married to: Perigrene Manners or Marres b1644 d: (bef)1674
daughters of:
Arms of West / Coat of Arms of West
Robert West Sr. - b (bef) 1620 in England & Elizabeth Cocke b(bef)1624 in England
Alternate records refer to Robert West, Sr. b(abt)1624 in Newport, RI & Frances Heard b(abt)1632 in Newport, RI    
son of:
Lord Sir Thomas West  - 2nd Baron de la Ware (Lord Delaware) abt: (1577-1618) & Anne Knollys b: 1571 - her mother was first cousin of Queen Elizabeth - Anne Knowlly was a descendant of: Henry II Plantagenet - King of England b: 1281 - ThroughElizabeth Seagrave - W - 36
son of:
Lord Sir William West - 1st Lord de la Ware - (abt 1530-1595) & Elizabeth Strange - W - 44 - 1534-Abt 1610
son of:
Sir George Trent West b: 1510 in England & Elizabeth Morton - W - 42 - b: 1510 in Lechlade, Gloucester
son of:
Lord Sir Thomas West - Baron La Warre - 5th Lord West - (1457-1525) in Sussex & Eleanor Copely - W - 31 - b: 1477 in Sussex
son of:
Lord Richard. West - Baron de la Warre - (1430-1476) & Baroness Catherine Hungerford - W - 23 - (abt) 1438 - 1493)
son of:
Baron Reginald West or (Reynold de West) (1395-) & (1) Eleanor de Percy - Lancaster - Plantagenet descendant - W - 32
He was also married to: (2) Margaret Thorley 1396 - daughter of:  Robert Thorley &: Anne Lisle)
son of:
Thomas West  - 1362 - 1405 & Joan de La Warre - W - 60

DELAWARR, or DELAWARE, Baron Sir Thomas West - Governor of Virginia, died at sea, 7 June 1618. He succeeded his father as third Lord Delaware in 1602, and in 1609 was appointed governor and captain general of Virginia. He arrived at Jamestown, 9 June 1610, with three ships, after a voyage of three months and a half. His coming revived the courage of the colonists, who had been reduced almost to despair, owing to privation and misgovernment, and his judicious and energetic management soon restored order and industry. He established a post at Riquotau (now Hampton), at the mouth of James River, and built two forts, which he named Henry and Charles, in honor of the king's sons. Being ill, in March 1611, he embarked for Nevis, in the West Indies; but, having been driven north by opposing winds, they entered the mouth of a large River, called by the natives Chickohocki, but which received the name of Delaware in his honor. He then sailed for England; but in April 1618, urged by the colonists to return in consequence of the oppressive rule of Argall, he sailed again for Virginia, but died on the voyage. He expended large sums in establishing the colony of Virginia, and was universally regarded as a noble and philanthropic man. The present Earl Delaware, Reginald Windsor Sackville West, is his lineal descendant. He published "A True Relation to the Council of Virginia" (1611 ; reprinted, 1858).     

Other Sources
De La Warr, Lord (1577-1618), became the first governor of the Virginia colony. He was also known as Lord Delaware. The Delaware River, Delaware Bay, the colony of Delaware, and the state of Delaware were named for him. De La Warr arrived with supplies at Jamestown, Va., in June 1610, in time to prevent the discouraged settlers from deserting the colony. He returned to England in 1611. As governor he was harsh and strict, but he succeeded in bringing order to the colony. He became a member of the Privy Council of Queen Elizabeth I.

De La Warr was probably born at Wherwell, England, near Winchester. His given and family name was Thomas West.