Joseph Bond

Joseph Bond (1704 - 1759)

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Joseph Bond
Born in Devizes, Wiltshire, Englandmap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married 1738 in Richland, Bucks County, Pennsylvaniamap
Descendants descendants
Died in New Garden, Guilford, North Carolinamap
Profile last modified 5 Jun 2019 | Created 9 Aug 2009
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Joseph was a Friend (Quaker)

Biography

Joseph was born in 1704.[1][2] He was the son of Benjamin Bond and Susannah Paradise. It is believed he and Martha (prior to their marriage) came to Philadelphia about 1735 and were indentured for their passage. A record of their passage and indenture has not yet been found.

Samuel Garret[3] states, "He married Martha Rogers about 1738 at Richland, Bucks County, Pennsylvania." But, Samuel Garret nor contemporary researchers have found a Quaker record of the marriage. The 1885 Bond family history manuscript[4] states that "J. Bond married Martha Rogers in England, Europe."

It is believed they moved to North Carolina about 1750-1751.

It is believed he passed away 1759 although no record has been found. He is said to be buried at New Garden Monthly Meeting burial ground in an unmarked grave which is consistent with Quaker practices of the period.

The Bond family manuscript[4] lists the following children with the notations given:

Edward
Benjamin
Samuel married Elizabeth Beals in North Carolina
Stephen
John
Ruth married Walton
Ann married Cahorn [?]

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Sources

  1. General Register Office: Society of Friends' Registers, Notes and Certificates of Births, Marriages and Burials. Records of the General Register Office, Government Social Survey Department, and Office of Population Censuses and Surveys, RG 6. The National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, England. Piece 1393: Monthly Meeting of Wiltshire: Slaughterford: Births (1677-1723)
  2. General Register Office: Society of Friends' Registers, Notes and Certificates of Births, Marriages and Burials. Records of the General Register Office, Government Social Survey Department, and Office of Population Censuses and Surveys, RG 6. The National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, England. Piece 1014: Quarterly Meeting of Gloucestershire and Wiltshire (1689-1778)
  3. Garrett, Samuel Bond, Bond Genealogy: A History of the Descendants of Joseph Bond (Muncie, IN, 1913) p. 9 https://archive.org/details/bondgenealogyhis00garr
  4. 4.0 4.1 Bond Family Genealogy, 1885 manuscript in the possession of descendant T Stanton, written provenance of the document indicates it is a copy of records from at least five generations prior to 1885. The content of the manuscript shows that it was not available to Samuel Bond Garrett when he wrote his 1913 genealogy. Copy of relevant page attached to this profile as PDF.
  • U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current
  • Swarthmore College; Swarthmore, Pennsylvania; Membership-Book, 1850; Collection: Quaker Meeting Records; Call Number: MR Ph:367
  • Guilford College; Greensboro, North Carolina; Women's Minutes, 1843-1892; Collection: North Carolina Yearly Meeting Minutes


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