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Andrew Jackson Bond (1829-1863)
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Born: 1829 .
Married: (1) Nancy Ross (-) in 1850 in Carroll County Tennessee. 2
Married: (2) Elizabeth Glauson (1836-1890) the daughter of John Glauson (1802-802-) and Nancy (1792-792-) on 1 Dec 1851 in Carroll County Tennessee. 3
Died: 11 Jun 1863 Grand Junction Tennessee. 1
Buried: .


Elisha Bond
1801-Bet 1863 and 1870

Andrew Jackson Bond
1829-11 Jun 1863
Married: 18 Jan 1825
Civil War - Union Joseph Bennett
Abt 1779-1816
Martha (Patsey) Bennett
1800-Bet 1860 and 1870
Mary
Abt 1779-Aft 1816

Spouse and Children

       Nancy Ross

      Elizabeth Glauson


Brothers and Sisters

7th Tennessee Cavalry USA

BOND(S), ANDREW J(ACKSON), Co B, private, enlisted for 3 years in Carroll Co, TN on 8/21/62 and mustered on 8/26/62 in Humboldt, TN. He was about 33 at the time. Bonds escaped capture at the battles of Lexington and Trenton in Dec 1862 and was stationed with the detachment in Jackson, TN in January through March 1863 before being sent to La Grange, TN in April 1863. He died of pneumonia in the hospital at Grand Junction, TN on 6/11/63. Bonds wrote several letters to his 2nd wife, Elizabeth Glawson, while he was at Jackson/La Grange and Grand Junction. The letters reveal a man very lonesome to see his wife and children and very sad about the attempt to dissolve the Union. Andrew's brother, John Bonds, wrote the letter that informed Elizabeth of Andrew's death. The letters are mentioned frequently in "Hawkins' Tories." Elizabeth Bonds received a pension, #143,900, and lived near the Buena Vista, TN PO in 1890. MR #1924 5 6 7

Sources:

  1. Letter from John Bond to Elizabeth Bond
  2. Ancestry.com. Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002
  3. Ancestry.com. Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002
  4. Andrew J. Bond Civil War Service Record
  5. The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System, National Park Service
  6. Soldiers from Carroll County, Tennessee who died In the Civil War, compiled by Peggy Scott Holley
  7. THE 7TH TENNESSEE CAVALRY USA (Originally 2nd West Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry) Peggy Scott Holley