Pvt. James W. Bond

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Bond, James W. - Pvt. March 1, 1862. Captured at Farmville, Va. April 6, 1865. Released at Newport News, Va. June 24, 1865.

Filed a CSA pension application in 1897 in Elbert Co., Ga. Stated he was born in Ga. about 1831, occupation listed as farmer. Stated in application that he surrendered at Appomattox C. H. Private J. E. Campbell signed an affidavit in application attesting to his service and surrender. Buried at Stinchcomb United Methodist Church, Elbert County, Ga., tombstone reads: CO H 38, GA INF CSA, no dates.

Elberton Star
Tuesday March 8, 1910

Mr James W Bond, 78 years old and one Elbert's best citizens, passed away this morning and was buried this afternoon at Stinchcomb beside his son, who preceded him in death last Friday and was buried last Saturday. He is survived by his wife and two children, Miss Nettie Bond and Mrs George Carithers. After a long and useful life he died as he has lived - honored, trusted and loved by all who knew him. He was a consistent member of Stinchcomb Methodist Church.

Obituary courtesy of Mr. Jeff Taylor.

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