His name appears often in the History of Wood Co, OH:
The roster and record are based upon a list of names, compiled by C. C. Gundy, E. B. Beverstock and other soldiers, with additional names discovered by C. W. Evers. To the two lists, the names of the Washington Minute Men, or "Squirrel Hunters," were added, and then a search made for the records of each man in the Adjutant-General's reports. Capts. Thomas Mawer and Luther Black were subsequently consulted, and made corrections.
C. C. Gundy, H, 21, en. Sept., '61, pro. Serg't, Dec., '63, 1 Serg't, April, '65, m. o. July, '65.
David Gundy, A, 100, en. July, '62, cap. at Limestone Sta., ret. to Reg't, June, '64 m. o. June, '65.
Jacob Gundy, B, 144, en. May, '64, m. o. as Corp'l, Aug., '64.
1894-C. C. Gundy, James Gibson, Samuel Knight.
1895-C. C. Gundy, with Edgar L. Kingsbury, and J. D. Bolles.
1896-F. J. Brand, C. C. Gundy, Samuel Knight, C. C. Gundy, re-elected November, 1896.