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The, Col John Bond Sr, Family and History

Lt Col John Bond Jr

The, Col John Sr, Family and History
John Bond born about 1690
Col John Bond Sr
Southern Bond Heritage
Lt Col John Bond Jr
Elisha Bond 1796
John Bond 1819
Thomas A Bond 1822
Nellie Bond
Marion Bond
DeKalb Bond 1839
DeKalb Bond Album
Beaton Bond
Andrew Bond
Andrew Bond Album 1
Albert B Bond 1871
Lewis R Bond 1871
Agnes M Bond Lott
Floren Seal Bond
Homer E Bond
Eugene H Bond
Flenor Bond Green
Edgar Lorenzo Bond
Earl Andrew Bond
Loami Bond
Mary Jane Bond Price
Ora Bond Brown
Anna Bond Breland
Posey Napoleon Bond
Mertz Edwin Bond
Hermon E Bond
Esco Wayne Bond
Willie A Bond
Earl K Bond
Basheba Bond Hatten
Jarrett Brown Bond
Duncan Gomez Bond
Columbus Bond
Rebecca Corinne Bond
J Frank P Bond
Honer Elizabeth Bond Lott
Missouri Elizabeth Bond
Dora Bond and Mary E Bond
Edward Lewis Bond
Preston Bond
Nancy Bond Breland
Rankin Claiborne Bond
Hardee Bond
Linzie Lawrence Bond
Thomas Ervin Bond
T F Braxston Bond
Loren C Bond
Oscar Lewis Bond
Emmett Bond
Ila Bond Martin
Seaborn Perry Bond
Alma Bond Claunch
Lonnie Bond
Gilbert Bond
Luther Bond
Foresee Bond
Jim Bond
Francis Phillips
Mary ( Polly Ann ) Bond
John L Bond
Mary Bond Taylor
Kizzie Bond Price
Mary ( TUDE ) Bond Oneal
Delilah Bond Breland
Opal Bond Houck
Mary Magdelene Bond Lee
Saleta Bond Breland
Samuel Martin Bond
Lydia Bond
Lamar Fulton Bond
Mellrose Bond Dalrymple
Garland Emery Bond
Ina Joyce Bond Walker
Mamie Rebecca Bond Downer
Velma Bond Lee
Rennie Irene Bond Knolls
Burnis L Bond
Zade Bond Hickman
Nancy Arbelle Bond Hatten
Zena Bond Brooks
Ruth Bond Breland
Leota Lee Parker
Randolph Dallas Price
Nancy Hatten White
Arkana Bond Hatten
Viola Price Verplough
Sammy Bond
Southern Bond Genealogy
Bond Harvison Cemetery, Wiggins MS
Col John Bond Cemetery, McHenry MS
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Around 1825, Lt Col John Bond Jr, built a large Home on his new Plantation that he named Indie about 1 1/2 Miles West of, Wiggins MS, on the North side of Red Creek close to a large Spring that is curently owned by Decendents of his oldest daughter Delpha Bond who married James Batson. Archie Batson is the curent Owner of the Property.
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The large Spring on Indie Plantation is where, Lt Col John Bond Jr, met his 3rd wife Sarah Ann Terrell Largent. She was watering her Horse at the Spring. They talked for several hours and decided to get married. It is recorded in both Bond and Terrell family records the wedding took place by the Spring where they had met and it was a very big wedding. And that Rev. Thomas Price who lived nearby on the South side of Red Creek married them.

The first Child of JOHN BOND Sr.1749,
IV. 1, Lt Col JOHN BOND Jr,  born 1770 in Beaufort NC, married Adelphia Batson, Aug 19 1793 in Burke County GA . 2nd married, Elizabeth ( Wallis) Batson, 3rd married Sarah Ann ( Terrell ) Largent. He is buried in the Col John Bond Cemetery, Stone County MS.
 

Children of JOHN BOND Jr. and, ADELPHIA BATSON,

 
2. DELPHA  BOND BATSON  (b) 1808
 
3. RUSSELL BOND  (b)  1815
 
4. SERMANTHA BOND  (b) 1820
 
Child of JOHN BOND Jr. and,
 ELIZABETH (WAYLES) BATSON,
 
5. CARROL BOND  (b)  1824
 
Children of JOHN BOND Jr. and,
 SARAH ANN ( TERRELL ) LARGENT,
 
6. ANDREW JACKSON BOND  (b)  1841
 
7. SEAPHUS  BOND  (b) 1842
 
8. LAFAYETTE BOND  (b)  1843
 
 

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Lt Col John Bond Jr. 1770
Captian John Bond War of 1812
Lt Col John Bond Jr Mississippi Territorial Milita
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A letter has been preserved that, Lt Col John Bond Jr, wrote about India Plantation. He gave directions to the Plantation on the North side of Red Creek west of, Wiggins MS, about One and a Half Miles.
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One of Col John Bond Jr's Prized Possesions was a copy of the Erth and Hole Orbis that evidently had been handed down to him, or,somehow aquired by him.
When he was old, Lt Col John Bond Jr, made a Walking Cane. He carved the Names of his Ancestors on the Cane and told the Family that the Names was his Family " scuthings". Several years after he died his Cane was on the Wall of Walter Davis's Store at Perkinston to atract Business. But it disapeared.
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In 1851, Lt Col John Bond Jr, recieved a Federal Land Grant for his services in the War of 1812. And he built another Home on Riceville Rd. West of McHenry MS. and that is where he was buried.
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In 1841, Lt Col John Bond Jr, paid taxes on 243 head of Cattle and Horses at Indie Plantation. And the large Bay is still known as, Indie Bay,on the North Side of Red Creek between Wiggins and Perkinston MS.