Salem News 10-5-1893
MARRIED - At the residence of the officiating clergyman, Rev. Levi Gregory in Salem , Iowa , Sunday Oct. 1. Geo. W. Bunker and Nettie M. Beyers
Salem News 3-18-1897
Geo. W. Bunker contemplates running a creamery on the Perry Byers farm east of Salem, in the near future
Mt. Pleasant Weekly News Nov. 18, 1903
At a recent session of the federal court, a juror had qualifications which made him a curiosity about the government buildings. His nameis George Bunker, and he hails from a farm six miles from Salem. He had never been on a railway train before starting to Keokuk in response to he summons of the United States. He has driven to Mt. Pleasant a number of times, and once in his life drove to Ft. Madison, but that is the limit of his travels. He is married has two children, and by staying at home and attending to business has become the owner of a fine farm of a quarter section of land.
SALEM NEWS 2-22-1912
Mr. and Mrs. George Bunker went over to Mt. Pleasant in their auto Sunday with their son and Harvey Byers who are attending school at Howe's Academy."
Salem News 6-6-1912
"Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bunker visited Sunday with Sam Donaldson's west of Salem."
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