I ran across these obituaries. I don't know if you have this information already or not but here it is:
Mrs. Carrie Bundy Page Courier, Thursday 28 Jul 1904 Carrie Bundy, a respected young colored woman, died at the home of her husband, Doc. Bundy, in West End, last Saturday, aged about 20 years. Consumption was the cause of her death. Jane Bundy Page Courier, Thursday 4 Dec 1902 Jane Bundy, a colored resident of the Blainesville section, died the latter part of last week, reported 106 years old- tho the facts appear lacking as regard her real age.
I also have notes from Page Co, VA Chancery File 1850-06 William Bundy & Others vs. Mary Richardson
The jist of it is Isaac Bundy ("a colored man" of the county of Page) departed this life 10th day of May 1849 He died inestate and left a small tract of land which his family then took each other to court for they were Warner Bundy (a brother) Nephews and nieces-William, Addison, Warner and Polly Bundy, children of Elizabeth Bundy (a deceased sister of Isaac) Grandnephews and nieces-William, John, Isaac and Henry, Elizabeth, Mary Richardson, the children of Rosanna Bundy (deceased) a daughter of Elizabeth Bundy (before mentioned) and Elizabeth Fields, a daughter of Sarah Bundy, deceased, another daughter of Elizabeth (as before mentioned) It said that everybody concerned were considered as "free". Isaac's parents had been dead many years (It was extremely difficult to read) Also a Frances (?)Bundy had lived with Isaac as his wife for some twenty to thirty years, up to the time of his death.
One more thing: The county for Jane Eddington-Bundy's birth place was Culpeper. This I got from her son William H. Bundy's death certificate (Death Certificate of Son William H. Bundy- Cert. 17134- 1919 VA Deaths Reel) when I was down in Richmond getting death certificates for Page Co
This exhausts what I have on the Page Bundys, I hope it helps