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Delila Elizabeth Worrell Bonds
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Birth: Aug. 28, 1829
Georgia, USA
Death: Oct. 31, 1886
Chambers County
Alabama, USA

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Chambers County, AL Marriage Record:

Richard Bonds and Delila E. Worrell on Nov. 18, 1873, by A.P. Stewart, JP. At the home of Joe Harris. R. Bonds, J.H. Harris, LS.
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1850 Chambers County, (Dist. 19) AL Census:

#H542

Maria World 49F Born AL(obviously incorrect)
William G. World 23M In wool factory Born GA
George T. World 21M Farmer Born GA
ELISABETH WORLD 19F Born GA
Maria World 16F Born GA
Mary World 14F Born GA
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1860 Chambers County, AL Census:

#H214

Maria Worrell 58F Born GA
George T. Worrell 30M Born GA
ELIZABETH D. WORRELL 28F Born Ga
Mariah J. Worrell 23F Born Ga
Mary Worrell 21F Born GA
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1880 Chambes County, (Woods Shop) AL Census:

#H9

Richard Bonds 79M Farming Born SC
ELIZABETH BONDS 50F Wife Born GA (Census taker noted Elizabeth's "heel dislocated")
Ella Bonds 16F Daughter Keeping House Born AL
Jesse Bonds 18M Son Farming Born AL
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Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Richard Bonds (1811 - 1889)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Rock Springs Baptist Church
Penton
Chambers County
Alabama, USA
 
Created by: Churchwell
Record added: Sep 27, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 77188105
Delila Elizabeth <i>Worrell</i> Bonds
Added by: Churchwell
 
Delila Elizabeth <i>Worrell</i> Bonds
Added by: Churchwell
 
 
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