He married twice. He married Ann Bunting in Northampton Co., VA, December 13, 1771. Ann was the daughter of Solomon Bunting(Sr.) and Jane Smith. Ann died after 1771. Ann and Levin were second cousins.
He married Adah (wife of Levin Bunting) after 1771. Adah died 1805 in Accomack Co., VA. Administration of her estate to Samuel Coard (Coward), Americus Scarburgh and Edward K. Scarburgh securities. (M.K. Miles research of Accomack Orders 1804-5, p. 223)
Upon Levin's death, his estate was administered in Accomack Co., VA, June 27, 1797. Mary Frances Carey notes that Levin married his cousin, Ann. Whitelaw shows Levin married to Adah. Adah was his wife at the time of his death. Parish records show that Thomas Custis, Levin Buntin and John Custis, on October 16, 1775, were to procession the bounds of every person's lands from Bowman's Branch to Walkers Branch and thence up to the middle road. Four years later, on September 15, 1779, Sitathal Fitchett, Leven Bunting and John Custis were to procession these same lands again. St. George's Parish records show on December 3, 1774, 6 shillings 6 pence to Levin Buntin for 3 leveys over charges last year. On November 27, 1780, Solomon Bunting was paid 21 pounds for keeping Levin for 18 days. On December 18, 1781, 780 pounds of tobacco was paid to Sophia Taylor for keeping Levin Bunting. (Gail M. Walczyk, St. George's Parish Accomack County Vestry Book 1763-1787, pp. 48, 50, 69, 75, 77)
Levin Bunting sold the land where he "presently resides" to William Edmunds on September 27, 1796. This 50 acre tract was bounded by Jacob Bird, Levi Bird, John Edmunds and William ___ on the southwest side of the main seaside road. Levin signed his name on the deed. (Wills, Deeds, District Court 1789-1799, Accomack Co., Reel 74, p. 197, VA State Archives)
Samuel Coward was named administrator of Levin's estate, his widow, Adah, relinquished her right. Security by Severn Kellam and George Colburn.
NOTE: Mrs. Carey named Levin's children as William R., Peggy, Amy, Edward S., and Edmund. The will of a Smith Bunting in 1802 called himself "son of Levin."
Levin Bunting and Adah(wife of Levin Bunting) had the following children:
+ 82 i. William Robinson5 Bunting (Sr.).
+ 83 ii. Peggy Bunting.
84 iii. Amy Bunting. Amy was named in the suit of Smith Bunting vs. his siblings regarding the dower land of his mother reported in Accomack Court November 27, 1797. (Accomack Co. Orders 1796-1798, Reel 89, p. 336, VA State Archives)
85 iv. Edward Scarburgh Bunting. Edward was named in the suit of Smith Bunting vs. his siblings regarding the dower land of his mother reported in Accomack Court November 27, 1797. (Accomack Co. Orders 1796-1798, Reel 89, p. 336, VA State Archives)
86 v. Edmund Bunting. Edmund died before March, 1810. Peggy was named in the suit of Smith Bunting vs. his siblings regarding the dower land of his mother reported in Accomack Court November 27, 1797. (Accomack Co. Orders 1796-1798, Reel 89, p. 336, VA State Archives)
In an 1810 deed, Edmund is called the deceased brother of William R. Bunting. (Wills, Deeds, District Court 1807-1830, Accomack Co., Reel 74, p. 146, VA State Archives)
+ 87 vi. Smith Bunting.
+ 88 vii. Nancy Bunting.
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