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Charles F. Bond
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Birth: 1841
Death: Jul. 17, 1862

KIA Civil War

Connecticut Courant
Hartford, CT
Saturday July 19, 1862, page 2
Mr. J. C. Bond of Somers, the well know stage drive for many years on the route between Somers and Hartford, received a telegraph on Thursday from Brooklyn, N. Y. stating that his son Charles F. Bond, age 21, a member of Co., B, 8th Conn. Regiment, had died that morning, and the body would be sent home. It is two or three weeks since Mr. Bond received a letter from his son, dated Newbern, stating that he was well. It is presumed that he was taken since and brought north and died in hospital. This is surmise, however, as the parents knew nothing of his sickness until they received the sad message of his death, and have not as yet received any particulars. Another son of Mr. Bond, Henry B., a member of the same company aged 18 years, died last January at Annapolis. The parents of these young men have indeed made a sacrifice for their county - and what a sacrifice!! May they have their reward in soon seeing the triumph of our cause, and the country restored to peace and prosperity.

Hartford Daily Courant
Tuesday July 22, 1962, page 2

The remains of Charles F. Bond, son of J. C. Bond of Somers, were received Saturday night, and the funeral was attended on Sunday. The deceased arrived at the hospital in Brooklyn, on the 12th inst., and died on Thursday. the 17th. Mr. Bond desires to express his warmest thanks to all who so kindly cared for his son and who have kindly sympathized with the parents in their affliction.



Saturday July 26. 1862, page 1
Mr. J. C. Bond of Somers, the well know stage drive for many years on the route between Somers and Hartford, received a telegraph on Thursday from Brooklyn, N. Y. stating that his son Charles F. Bond, age 21, a member of Co., B, 8th Conn. Regiment, had died that morning, and the body would be sent home. It is two or three weeks since Mr. Bond received a letter from his son, dated Newbern, stating that he was well. It is presumed that he was taken since and brought north and died in hospital. This is surmise, however, as the parents knew nothing of his sickness until they received the sad message of his death, and have not as yet received any particulars. Another son of Mr. Bond, Henry B., a member of the same company aged 18 years, died last January at Annapolis. The parents of these young men have indeed made a sacrifice for their county - and what a sacrifice!! May they have their reward in soon seeing the triumph of our cause, and the country restored to peace and prosperity.
The remains of Charles F. Bond, son of J. C. Bond of Somers, were received Saturday night, and the funeral was attended on Sunday. The deceased arrived at the hospital in Brooklyn, on the 12th inst., and died on Thursday. the 17th. Mr. Bond desires to express his warmest thanks to all who so kindly cared for his son and who have kindly sympathized with the parents in their affliction.

Columbia Register
New Haven, CT
Saturday July 26, 1861, page 3

Charles F. Bond, of Co. B, 8th regiment C. V., son of J. C. Bond of Somers. died in North Carolina, July 17th. He was 21 years of age. Another son of Mr. Bond, Henry E. , a member of the same company, age 18, died last Jan., at Annapolis.
 
 
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 Parents:
  Jonathan Crossman Bond (1812 - 1892)
  Almira Bond (1809 - 1889)
 
 Siblings:
  Marcia Bond Davis (1830 - 1929)*
  Louise Maria Bond Meacham (1834 - 1869)*
  Sarah W. Bond Pease (1836 - 1917)*
  George E Bond (1838 - 1917)*
  Charles F. Bond (1841 - 1862)
  Henry Bond (1843 - 1862)*
  Mary Ellen Bond Gager (1848 - 1927)*
  Albert A Bond (1853 - 1921)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
West Cemetery
Somers
Tolland County
Connecticut, USA
Plot: Tier 9, Ft.Sec 87, 7E (W-Orig)
 
Maintained by: Linda V. Tomaszek
Originally Created by: Nate Bramlett
Record added: Jan 19, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 24051008
Charles F. Bond
Added by: Nate Bramlett
 
 
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Killed in Action Civil War in Brooklyn, New York, July 17, 1862
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 Added: Apr. 17, 2011
 
 
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