Bond, Isaac (3) 1767-?

During a visit to Cavendish, a town about seven miles from Chester, Isaac(3) met Sally Clark, one of the nine children of Ephraim and Hannah Clark. Hannah's maiden name was Crossman. This is mentioned here because of the Crossman-Pierce connection later in this writing.

On October 8, 1798, Isaac married Sally Clark in the town of Chester, Vermont. Sally was born July 7, 1769. The parents of Sally, Ephraim and Hannah, had moved from Hubbardston, Vermont to Cavendish and were among the first to settle in New England. A section on the Clark Family will be found later in this writing.

Sarah was to die at Rochester, New York.

The writer of this story has noted that Ephraim Clark's daughter was named "Sarah" and "Sally". In writings listing Ephraim's children, both names were found. Because she chose to use the name "Sally" as she married Isaac Bond(3), the family tree will indicate the name of "Sally" Clark as the wife if Isaac Bond(3).

Isaac and Sally Bond were to have three sons and one daughter. One son, Ephraim (1802-1851), another son Moses, and a third son thought to be Jonathon, were all born in Rutland County, Vermont. The name of the sister is unknown at this time.

Listed in the 1810 Vermont Census of Rutland County were: Jonathon, his wife and no children and Moses P. with his wife, a son, and a daughter.

One writing tells us that Isaac(3) served in the was of 1812 against Great Britain.

We know that Ephraim, a son of Isaac's(3) was born in Vermont and died at Rochester, New York. We will learn that Hiram R. was born at Decatur, a part of Rochester, New York in 1824. In the year 1841 an Isaac and Hiram Bond were listed as being in Ontario, Canada. This may be true as as Rochester first lists them from 1845 through 1846. Isaac's date and place of birth is unknown at this time.