Bond, Henry A.
Age: 18, credited to Jamaica, VT
Unit(s): 11th VT INF
Service: enl 8/11/62, m/i 9/1/62, Pvt, Co. G, 11th VT INF, pr CPL 6/12/65, wdd, Petersburg, 4/2/65, m/o 6/24/65
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Birth: 12/29/1845, Winhall, VT
Burial: Pleasant View Cemetery, Chester, VT
Marker/Plot: Not recorded
Gravestone researcher/photographer: Emily Hackett
Findagrave Memorial #: 111887187
Alias?: None noted
Portrait?: GAR Post #27, 1907
College?: Not Found
Veterans Home?: Not Found
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Pleasant View Cemetery, Chester, VT
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BOND, Henry, Deacon. Born Winhall, Vt., 29 Dec., 1845, son of Asa & Alzina (Axtell) Bond. he m. Oliva Kingsbury. He d. 24 April, 1914 (age 69). d. on Friday night while preparing to attend the Grange meeting when he was stricken with a paralytic shock from which he never regained consciousness, took him away about 11 o'clock. He suffered a similar shock about a year ago from which he recovered. Soldier of the Civil War, Co. "G", 11th Reg't Vt. Vols., discharged as Corporal. He was one of 3 children of his parents; early life spent in Winhall & Jamaica. He m. in Jamaica 14 Jan., 1873. He served as lister, road commissioner, and 4 years ago elected to Vt. legislature; constable for 20 years, and deputy sheriff for 8 years. A farmer all his life. He first came to Chester & lived on the Minor farm. 20 years ago he came to live on the farm where he died. First he worked for Geo. Allen and since his death he carried on the farm for Mrs. Allen. Surv: widow, (2) daus: Mrs. Harold Amsden, Worcester, Mass.; Mrs. Harvey Wilson, Chester. Funeral 2 o'clock Tues, Baptist church. Rev. R. M. Jones, assisted by Rev. Henry Crocker. The great esteem in which Mr. Bond was held by the entire community is shown by the very large attendance at the funeral service. The church was filled to its capacity and by the profusion of floral offerings which consisted of beautiful cut flowers and many elaborate pieces. Mr. Bond, by his cheerful disposition, his courage to do what he though was right and his honesty, gained for him a host of friends, by whom he will me missed. --16 July, 1914: J. A. Smith of Cavendish has secured a pension for Olivia, widow of Henry A. Bond, a Civil War soldier, at the rate of twelve dollars per month."
Information provided by Linda M. Welch, Dartmouth College.