Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties

Thomas Bond

Male Abt 1705 - Aft 1787  (~ 83 years)


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  • Name Thomas Bond 
    Born Abt 1705  Baltimore County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Aft 1787  Baltimore County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I054853  Tree1
    Last Modified 20 Feb 2020 

    Family Elizabeth Scott,   b. Abt 1709, Baltimore County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 7 Mar 1791, Harford County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 82 years) 
    Married Apr 1725  St. George Parish, Baltimore County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 20 Feb 2020 
    Family ID F27760  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      1743-1746 Land Records of Prince George's County MD Record Book BB 1
      Page 482. Act of Assembly, recorded at the request of John
      Boyd. An act to direct and empower the PC Clerk to enter and
      record, among the records of PG, a deed from John Nevill
      (Nevell), William Collier, and Thomas Bond, to John Boyd, of
      a tract of land therein mentioned. Whereas John Boyd of PG,
      by his petition to this General Assembly, has set forth that
      he is possessed of a parcel of land containing 160 acres,
      being part of a larger tract of land called Turkey Thickett,
      lying in PG, which was conveyed to him by John Nevil,
      William Collier, and Thomas Bond, by deed dated Feb 9, 1732,
      and on the same day ack. by the sd parties and their wives
      before Messrs Tumor Wootton and William Murdock, the
      Justices of PC, that he has paid the consideration money 1.n
      sd deed mentioned, and that being ignorant in the premises,
      he has limited recording the sd deed, by which means his
      estate in sd land is rendered precarious, and the more so as
      the parties to sd deed are in parts unknown to him, and has
      prayed that an act may pass empowering the Clerk of PG to
      record the afd deed, and that such recording may have the
      same effect as if done within 6 months from the date of the
      deed afd. Be it enacted &c that the Clerk of PG is hereby
      authorized and required to receive the deed afd from the afd
      John Nevil, William Collier, and Thomas Bond to John Boyd,
      and the same to enter amongst the records of sd County.
      In pursuance of the afore recited Act of Assembly, the
      following deed was recorded Nov 27, 1745, Feb 9, 1732 from
      John Nevell, William Collier, and Thomas Bond of PG,
      planters, to John Boyd of PG, planter, part of a tract of
      land called Turkey Thickett, lying near the forks of the
      Eastern Branch of Pottomack [River' in PG, bounded by the
      1st line of the division for James Keigh, containing and
      deducted out of the afd tract of land called Turkey Thickett
      for 160 acres. Signed - John Nevill, Willm his mark)
      Collier, Thomas Bond. Wit - Isaac Hyde, Rich Tucker.
      On Peb 9, 1732/33, this deed was ack. by sd John Nevill,
      William Collier, and Thomas Bond. At the same time, Margett,
      the wife of sd John Nevill, Mary, the wife of sd William
      Collier, and Elizabeth, the wife of sd Thomas Bond, released
      their right of dower to the within land. Taken and ack.
      before us - Turnor Wootton*, Wm Murdock*.
      Reed of John Boyd, being the consideration within, I say,
      reed by each of us, one third part, this Feb 9, 1732/33 -
      John Nevill, Willm (3 his mark) Collier, Thomas Bond. Wit -
      Pat. Doyle, Benjn. Boyd. Recorded Nov 27, 1745.
      ===
      Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 621. Deed of Gift. We, James Scott of Prince William County, Virginia, Richard Brown, Isaac Campbell, John Clegatt, Thomas Bond, Henry Thelkkeld, Gustavus Richard Brown, and Thomas Stone of Maryland, for the love we have for Ann Horner of CC, widow of Robert Horner, decd, and for Robert Horner, Gustavus Brown Horner, John Terry Horner, William Horner, and James Scott Horner, her children, & for the support and maintenance of sd Ann, we hereby give Ann and her children afd, the following sums of money, that is to say, James Scott gives 50 , Richard Brown gives 50 , Isaac Campbell gives 50 , Thomas John Clegatt gives [blank], Thomas Bond gives 30 Henry Threlkeld gives [blank], Gustavus Richard Brown gives 15 , and Thomas Stone gives 10 Sd money is to be used to purchase the following Negroes, to wit, a man called Hollyhy, and a woman called Pegg, with Celia, her child, and Sam & Nell, the children of Monica, and as many more Negroes and other necessaries as sd money will pay for, to sd Ann, during her natural life, so that Ann can support and maintain herself and her children afd, without wasting the principal stock of negroes. After the death of Ann, the Negroes are to go to the afd grantors, to be equally divided between them. The legal estate of the afd Negroes and other things bought with the money afd, is vested in sd children of Ann, and the children shall have then upon the death of Ann. Signed - Mar 28, 1774 - James
      Scott, Thomas Stone before M.T. Stone, Richard Brown before Jno A. Clarke, James Scott before John Scott, G.R. Brown before James Wallace, Thomas Bond before Richard Brown. Recorded Sep 20, 1774.

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