Born: probably 1612 in Kent, England
Birth of Son: 1636
Name: Thomas Bunce
Place: Hartford, Hartford Twp, Hartford Co, Connecticut
Note: Was a proprietor “by courtesie of the town.”
Note: His home lot was near the site of the present Capitol
Note: Saw action in the Pequot Wars, serving under Captain Thomas Bull.
Note: Thomas’ house was on land which is near the site of the state capitol.
Birth of Daughter: ABT 1645
Name: Sarah Bunce
Birth of Daughter: 17 SEP 1645
Name: Mary Bunce
Birth of Daughter: Elizabeth Bunce
Office Held: 1646 and 1670
Note: Chimney Viewer
Office Held: 1648
Office Held: 1649
Birth of Son: ABT 1650
Name: John Bunce
Office Held: 1653, 1661, and 1665
Note: Townsman or Selectman
Office Held: 1669, 1671, 1672, 1673
Note: Rate and List Maker
Religion: 12 FEB 1670
Note: Thomas and wife, Sarah, were members of the South Church, Hartford, Connecticut.
Note: Was granted 60 acres for good service in the Pequot war
Note: Was granted 50 acres for good service in the Pequot war.
Will: Appoints “beloved brethren, Ensign Nathaniel Standly and Steven Hosmore” overseers.
Death: BEF AUG in 1683
Inventory: JUL and AUG 1683
Note: 1,024 pounds. He names in his will his wife, Sarah, “cousin Elizabeth White,” and “sister Katherine Clark.”
Parents are unknown