|Birth: ||Dec. 28, 1847|
St. Joseph County
|Death: ||Nov. 11, 1926|
Their only child is Frances Ellen Bondurant.
Matilda and John Bondurant are my paternal Great Great Grandparents. They migrated from Harrison County Missouri approximately 1885. Her husband John, was a Private in the Union Army during the Civil War, and was a carpenter by trade.
Date of Burial: 13 Nov 1926 (see Ringer Partners source)
Funeral Home: F. D. Wolt (see Ringer Partners source). Her death certificate states she was buried 11 Nov 1926.
Cause of Death: According to her Death Certificate No. 10849, dated 11 Dec 1926, she died of Uremia [buildup of ureia] and Chronic Nephritis.
She was 78 years, 10 months, and 12 Days old at time of death.
Her cemetery records are held in a database at Ringer Partners Century 21, 1105 Norfolk Ave., Norfolk, NE 68701, 1-402-371-1480. They also have the original cemetery records book available.
The history of the Bondurant Clan and the Huguenot's immigration to America can found at http://bondurant-family.org/.
Thomas A. Chambers (1816 - 1888)
Elizabeth Stoner Chambers (1826 - 1911)
John Mathew Bondurant (1844 - 1899)
Frances Ellen Bondurant - Williams Pippin (1864 - 1912)*
Matilda A Chambers Bondurant (1847 - 1926)
Malinda J. Chambers Wooderson (1863 - 1928)*
Note: Her grave location shows the grave of John Mathew Bondurant and three grave plots without headstones. According to cemetery records this is where Matilda A. Bondurant, William Marion Williams, and Frances Ellen Bondurant-Williams-Pippin are buried.
Prospect Hill Cemetery
Plot: Sec.: 9, Lot 22, GPS Location: N42.04106 W97.43105
Created by: Jack Williams
Record added: Nov 05, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 22679043
Rest in Peace|
Added: Jul. 19, 2008