Descendants of Edmund Bond (about 1700- 1769)

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Third Generation

Thomas Bond (1770-1855) - son of Thomas Bond (1735- ?) - son of Edmund Bond (about 1700-1769)

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Thomas Bond was was baptized on 8 July 1770 in Clavering, Essex.179 The Baptism Register at the Parish Church in Clavering States:

Thomas son of Thomas Bond and Elizabeth was baptised on 8/7/1770

Thomas died in 1855 in Royston District?.16 He was an Ag Labourer in 1851.10

Thomas Bond married twice.  Firstly, he married Sarah Baker in 1794 in Wendon Lofts.168,208 The Marriage Register of Wendon Lofts has the entry:

Thomas Bond Bachelor of this Parish and Sarah Baker Spinster of Elmdon were married by Banns 19/10/1794. Both signed X
Witnesses Adam Burdon and William Wright (Clerk) both signed.

As far as we are aware he did not have any children in Elmdon, Essex.

After Sarah Baker died, he then married Mary Smith in 1830 in Little Chishall.192

The Marriage Register for Little Chishall states:

Thomas Bond of Elmdon and Mary Smith of this Parish were married by Banns on the 9/4/1830.
Both signed X
Witnesses: James Greenhill and Thomas Thorne - both signed.

Banns were read on the 14, 21, 28th March 1830.

They appear together in the 1841 and 1851 Censuses in Elmdon, Essex.

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Mary Smith was born in 1791 in Great Chishall.10, 17

Mary died on 14 July 1853 in Elmdon.17  Her Death Certificate states:

Mary Bond, aged 62 years, wife of Thomas Bond, Labourer, died on the 14th July 1853 at Elmdon, Essex. Cause of death was disease of the liver 6 months and decay of nature - Certified. Anne Jeffrey, of Elmdon, was present at the death, which was registered on the 16th July 1853 in the Saffron Walden, Essex, Registration district.

In the 1851 Census a Thomas Jeffrey was living next to the Bonds in Elmdon.  However, there was no Anne Jeffery with them.

Neither Mary or her husband Thomas are recorded in the Elmdon Parish Burial register as being buried there.

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