He was a well known farmer in Logan Co, CO, and became an expert judge of "blooded quarter horses."
1/9/1920 Atwood, Logan Co, Co. The census recorded Bryson B Van Gundy, 34, wife Lucretia B, 30, and two children, Robert N, 8, and Alice K, 4. Bryson was employed as a general farmer. He owned the home but with a mortgage. Brother Fred lived in the same township.
4/28/1930 Same place. That year at census time the famiy consisted of Bryson, 44, Lucretia, 41, Alice K, 14, and Bryson, 7 y 9 mo. Bryson had married for the first time at age 24, Lucretia at 21. He was a general farmer, owned the home and had a radio. Fred was still there plus more Van Gundys in other CO counties. Son Robert, 18, was rooming with the Homer Jackson family on Beech St, Sterling, Logan Co, CO as a clerk in auto accessories, Homer was an auto salesman so may have been Robert's boss.
An asthmatic ailment was said to be the cause of his death.