Abel P. Bond, Deacon

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Abel P. Bond, Deacon

Birthdate: (88)
Birthplace: Cecil Co., MD
Death: January 23, 1852 (88)
Lost Creek, Harrison Co., WV
Place of Burial: Lost Creek, WV, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Richard Clayton Bond and Mary Bond
Husband of <private> Bond and Elizabeth Booth
Father of Amelia Bond; <private>; <private>; <private>; <private> and 13 others
Brother of Samuel Pounds Bond; Maj. Richard Clayton Bond; Susanna Bond; Levi Bond; Lydia Job and 3 others
Half brother of Rachel Bond; Thomas Bond; Lewis Bond; Rebecca Haymond and Mary Ann Haymond

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Immediate Family

About Abel P. Bond, Deacon

"Deacon Abel Bond, of the Lost Creek Church,

had a home at Quiet Dell, where the early missionaries

to western Virginia were always first entertained on their

arrival upon that field." 1

1. Abel Bond entered eighty-eight (88) acres of land on Elk Creek, in Harrison

County, Virginia, in 1800. In 1838, the following entries were made on the

North Fork of Hughes River: —

Benjamin F. Bond, one hundred (100) acres.

Ethelbert Bond, one hundred (100) acres.

Lewis Bond, one hundred and ninety-one (191) acres.

Lewis Bond, one hundred and sixteen (n6) acres.

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QUIET DELL AND HACKERS CREEK.

From the very beginning of its existence up to within a

few years of the date of this writing, the Lost Creek Church

has maintained a preaching station at Quiet Dell, situated on

Elk Creek, some ten miles from Clarksburg, and about an

equal distance from Lost Creek Station.

This was the home of Abel Bond, Sr. His home was the

first stopping place of missionaries sent to Virginia from the

north and east, as they came on horseback up the West Fork

River from the Woodbridgetown Church.

from A History of the Seventh Day Baptists in West Virginia

By Corliss Fitz Randolph

from A History of the Seventh Day Baptists in West Virginia: Including the ...

By Corliss Fitz Randolph

Abel married his step-sister.

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Abel P. Bond, Deacon's Timeline

1763
June 4, 1763
Cecil Co., MD
1790
October 29, 1790
Age 27
Cecil Co., MD, USA
1792
May 7, 1792
Age 28
Cecil Co., MD, USA
1793
October 11, 1793
Age 30
Maryland, United States
1795
August 13, 1795
Age 32
Maryland, United States
1798
September 13, 1798
Age 35
Cecil, MD, USA
1799
August 8, 1799
Age 36
1801
May 10, 1801
Age 37
Quiet Dell, WV, USA
1806
January 7, 1806
Age 42