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Oliver Alexander "Ol" Bonner
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Birth: Aug. 2, 1838
Wilcox County
Alabama, USA
Death: Sep. 30, 1924
Fairfield
Freestone County
Texas, USA

Oliver Alexander Bonner, son of Dr. John Bonner and Eliza Feribry Williams, was born 2 August 1838 in Wilcox Co., AL. He was called Ol or Old Ol to distinguish him from other Oliver Bonners. After coming to Freestone Co., TX with his parents, he farmed and operated a sawmill and cotton gin at Stewards Mill, Freestone Co., TX. During the Civil War he served as Sergeant, Company D, 10th Regiment, Texas Infantry. Ol never married. During his later years he made his home with his brother Irvine Hale Bonner and family in Fairfield. Oliver Alexander Bonner died 30 September 1924 in Fairfield, Freestone Co., TX. 
 
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 Parents:
  John Bonner (1794 - 1878)
  Eliza Feribry Williams Bonner (1806 - 1872)
 
 Children:
  Willis Bonner (1859 - 1934)*
  John Bonner (1875 - ____)*
 
 Siblings:
  Mary Rachel Bonner (1826 - 1835)*
  James Isaac Bonner (1828 - 1900)*
  John Laird Bonner (1831 - 1905)*
  William Theophilus Bonner (1833 - 1835)*
  Andrew Samuel Bonner (1835 - 1865)*
  Oliver Alexander Bonner (1838 - 1924)
  Eliza Jane Bonner (1840 - 1871)*
  Irvin Hale Bonner (1843 - 1929)*
  Arabella Williams Bonner McCrery (1845 - 1903)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Bonner Cemetery
Fairfield
Freestone County
Texas, USA
 
Maintained by: Eric Wood
Originally Created by: Patricia
Record added: Dec 01, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 16875949
Oliver Alexander Ol Bonner
Added by: Billie Bournias
 
Oliver Alexander Ol Bonner
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Cousin
- Carole Kavelman
 Added: May. 22, 2015
Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero. A Confederate Soldier who Bravely and Proudly Fought for Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.
- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
 Added: Mar. 27, 2015
Cousin.
- Patricia
 Added: Dec. 23, 2009
 
 
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