Names: Bond, Gristy, Hunsaker

 

From: Laurianne Huffman [[email protected]]

Sent: Tuesday, May 30, 2006 9:23 AM

To: [email protected]

Cc: [email protected]

Subject: RE: Search of Burial Records, Brown County, Illinois

 

 

 

Dear Mary Ann,

 

Below are the listings you requested. There is a brief sketch of the life of Rev. Granville Bond and a somewhat longer one for one of his 10 children, William B. Bond, found on pp. 632-634 of The History of Brown County, IL.

Let me know if you are interested in having these. I can scan and send them, or go by snailmail - your choice. I should note that the sketch of Rev. Bond does not give the names of his children, with the exception of Elizabeth, who was "the first child born in Pea Ridge [township]".

 

Laurie Huffman

CoCoordinator

Brown County ILGenWeb Project

 

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Cemeteries of Brown County, IL 1825-1972 Mt. Sterling Catholic Cemetery, p. 160

 

      Granville Bond (1847-1916)probable son of Sanford & Adeline Bond (see

             1850 census)

      Eliza Hunsaker, w/o Granville Bond (1846-1919)

 

Mt. Sterling city Cemetery, p. 294, 297:

 

      Rev. Granville Bond, (b. 14 Jan 1805 in Beardstown, KY, died 31 May

             1877 aged 72-4-17)

      Elizabeth Gristy, w/o Rev. Granville Bond (b. in Nelson Co, KY, died

             26 Oct 1883) Age at death not given.

      Elijah Hunsaker (17 May 1810-30 Jul 1911)

      Mary A. Simpson, w/o Elijah Hunsaker (20 Aug 1820-6 Dec 1891)

 

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-----Original Message-----

From: Mary Ann Szymanski [mailto:[email protected]]

Sent: Friday, May 26, 2006 11:05 AM

To: [email protected]

Subject: Search of Burial Records, Brown County, Illinois

 

Hello Laurie,

 

I got your name and email address from the Brown County web site and would like to submit several names to you for research on burial records.

Information may be sent to me at this addresss:  [email protected]

 

The names are:

 

Bond, Eliza (Hunsaker) - 160

 

Bond, Granville - 160,294

 

Hunsaker, Elijah - 297

 

Hunsaker, Mary A. (Simpson) - 297

 

I look forward to hearing from you.

 

Sincerely,

Mary Ann Szymanski