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14. JOHN4 BOND (MARY3 PARKS, THOMAS2, JOHN1) was born Aft. 1743, and died March 1781 in Cower KY.. He married MILDRED CRANE.

Notes for J
OHN BOND:
Killed by Indians
Court of Please, Quarter session, Vol 1, Washington Co., NC
page 111. May 24, 1779 appointed Constable
Page 76 , May 26, 1779 Court ordered to take care of mother, Mary Bond
March 1781 killed by Indian on Nolochucky, at Cower, near the headwaters
of the Little Tennessee.(KY)
May 1781 Mildred Bond allowed to administer the estate of John Bond,
leave, here of with Jesse Walton and
Capt Samuel William in the sum of 40,000lbs for her faithful performance
of the said adm.
May 27, 1782: Grand Jury ordered George Bond, orphan, son of John
Bond, boy 13yrs bound unto John Clark, blacksmith until attain
21yrs.
Tennessee Genealogical Records F.435.W46 1980 Pg 9 No.5800 (library
of Congress) Heirs of John BOND, private in NC Continental Line;
640 acres of land issued 16 Dec 1797; marked "invalid" May 1796
Bond assigned warrant to William Hardin: Charles Burke Witness

More About J
OHN BOND:
Fact 1: May 24, 1779, appointed constable...see notes
Fact 2: May 26, 1779, court order...see notes
Fact 3: March 1781, Killed by Indians
     
Children of J
OHN BOND and MILDRED CRANE are:
  i.   GEORGE5 BOND.
  ii.   JOHN BOND, b. Abt. 1770.


15. JESSE4 BOND (MARY3 PARKS, THOMAS2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1745 in Albemarle Co, VA, and died 1781 in Wa. Co. KY. He married WALTON 1776 in Jonesboro, Wa Co. KY, daughter of ROBERT WALTON and MARY HUGHS.

Notes for J
ESSE BOND:
Killed at Cowed by Indians, Washington Co. KY
In the summer of 1772 Jesse Bond, Jesse Walton, Edward Rice, William Hightower, and Benjamine Cleveland set out on a trip of hunting and exploring the land of Kentucky. They were attacked by Indians and lost their guns, horses and every thing they had. The story is in a book titled "Kings Mountain and Its Heroes" by Lyman C. Draper, LLD. The "Biological History of warren Co, Ill" states Jesse Bond and family moved top Kentucky where he was killed by Indians.
1. 1778 Washington Co. Kentucky tax poles state of Jesse Bond is 100 Pounds.
2. His best fried is Jesse Walton, His wifes cousin. Also his wifes brother George Walton was a signer of the Declaration of Independence and a Gov. of GA.

More About J
ESSE BOND:
Fact 1: 1778, pole tax, see notes
     
Children of J
ESSE BOND and WALTON are:
  i.   WILLIAM THOMAS5 BOND, b. September 25, 1766, Charlotte Co, VA; d. Abt. 1856, Grundy Co, TN; m. MARTHA TOLBERT WALKER, December 18, 1795, Green Co, KY.
  Notes for WILLIAM THOMAS BOND:
served in the Revolution and in his application for a military pension
that his family left Ga. for His grave reported located in Grundy Co.,
TN., by the Daughters of the American Revolution 1940 Yearbook,
page 82. North Carolina service pension; Warren Co. served in the
North Carolina Continental Line. Served as a private and pension
started on Sept 27, 1833. $30.00 annually and a total of $90.00 was
received.

  More About WILLIAM THOMAS BOND:
Fact 1: Recieved a military pension for Rev. War
Fact 2: Family belonged to the Upper Collins-----
Fact 3: River Baptist Church in Grundy Co. TN

  ii.   JESSE WALTON BOND, b. October 30, 1774, Washington Co,TN; d. February 02, 1840, Greenbrush, Ill; m. SUSANNA CRANE, 1798, Knoxville, Knox Co, KY.
  More About JESSE WALTON BOND:
Fact 1: Best friend to Jesse Walton

  iii.   JOHN BOND.
  iv.   NATHAN BOND.
  v.   LUCY BOND.
  vi.   WALTON BOND.


16. WILLIAM4 BOND (MARY3 PARKS, THOMAS2, JOHN1) was born Bef. 1750 in VA., and died Abt. 1774. He married ELIZABETH SAUNDERS 1764 in Albemarle Co. VA.
     
Children of W
ILLIAM BOND and ELIZABETH SAUNDERS are:
  i.   ALAN WOODERD5 BOND.
  ii.   ROBERT NICHOLAS BOND.
  iii.   MARY BOND.
  iv.   MOURNING BOND, b. 1774; d. November 07, 1861; m. JOHN CARTER.


17. CHARLES II4 PARKS (CHARLES3, THOMAS2, JOHN1)16 was born Abt. 1744 in Ablemarle Co, Va, and died November 02, 1806 in Elbert Co, Ga. He married (1) MARY SALMONS. He married (2) SARAH16 Abt. 1771.

Notes for C
HARLES II PARKS:
Data Source:
      (1) LDS Genealogical Data Base, Ref #2
      (2) NSDAR Applications for members #561224, #513217, #592836
      (3) P186, History of Elbert Co, GA. List Revolutionary Soldiers and       Widows.
      (4) Vol 3, P 254. Historical Collection, GA Chapter, Land Lottery Draws.
      (5) "Georgia's Roster of Revolution", by LL Knight:
            - Page 16. LTC Elijah Clark identifies him as a member of             the Continental Line Brigade.
            - Page 139. Certificate of Elijah Clark, Col, Feb 2, 1784, for                   Charles Parks Jr. Petitioner prays bounty in Washington
            Co, GA.
      (6) Identification of soldier shown by wife, Mary Parks, listed as Widow of Revolutionary Soldier, Elbert County GA in the Land lottery of 1825.

- Revolutionary War Battles in which Charles Parks II may have participated:
- Battle of Kettle Creek on 14 Feb 1779. LTC Elijah Clark's unit was there.
- Battle of Brier Creek on 3 March 1779.
- Siege of Augusta from April 1781 to 5 Jun 1781. COL Elijah Clark's unit was there.

- Could Charles II have been born in Halifax Co, VA? Charles I and Susanna Parks were listed as residents there on 27 April 1764 when they bought land in Amherst Co. A brother John, b.1750, is also shown as being born in Halifax Co, VA.

- When did Charles II arrive in GA?
      -- He was there during the Rev War (1776?).
      -- All of his children (John -1774, Charles III - 1776, Abraham -1778,       Theophelus -1781, Mary -1783, Marshall -1787 ) were born there.

- His will was probated in Elbert Co, GA, on 16 May 1806.


Weak in Body, But of Perfect Mind and Memory, Make this My Last Will
and Testament first of all - I Give my Soul Into the hands of God that
Gave it Me, and I do hereby Utterly Revoke all other Wills By Me made,
and as touching such worldly Estate. Wherewith it hath pleased God to
Bless me in this life, I Give and Dispose of the Same in the manner and
form following. After my Debts and funeral Expenses is paid, the
Residue of My Estate, I Give and Bequeath to my Well Beloved wife
Mary Parks, Consisting of my Land and stock of all kind, Household
furniture, one Colt Excepted, Which I give to my Son Marshal Parks, the
Ballance of My Estate at her Death, it is My Desire to be Equally Divided
Between My Sons here named. John Parks, Charles Parks, Abraham
Parks, Theophelus Parks, and My Daughter Mary Bobo and Mary Salmons
Daughter of my Wives, and Benjamin Bobo and Hanna Bobo - Whom I
Constitute my Heirs. In Witness Whereof I set my hand this 2nd day of
November 1805. It further my Desire that this Will be Deposited in the
hands of My Son John Parks to See it Punctually Compiled with. his
Charles X Parks (Seal) mark - In presence of us James Highsmith, Silas
Dobbs, Registered this the 15th day of May 1806 W. Higginbotham
C.C.O.

Charles Parks II Notes:

Jan 1997

Faye Sandy, P. O. Box 865028, Plano, TX 75086-5028 (214) 423-3436

Will on record in Elbert co. GA, Charles Parks Jr. served in the Revolutionary War
Under Gen. Elijah Knight with his father Charles Parks Sr. and his brother John
Parks.

Early Parks history taken from "History of Early Reynolds co. Missouri, by James
E. Bell, published by Turner Publishing Co. P. O. Box 3101, Puducah, Kentucky
42001 in 1986. I purchased my copy in 1993.

More About C
HARLES II PARKS:
Fact 1: Rev. war, Continental Line,Georgia Brigade
Fact 2: Certified by Col. Elijah Clark

Notes for M
ARY SALMONS:
Mary Salmon was married to Lewis Bobo before Charles Parks II
     
Children of C
HARLES PARKS and SARAH are:
  i.   JOHN5 PARKS, b. August 20, 1774, Washington Co, Ga16; d. 1854, TN; m. MARY CLARA MILLS.
  Notes for JOHN PARKS:
Source:
(1) LDS Genealogical,Data Base, Ref #2

  ii.   CHARLES III PARKS, b. May 21, 1776, Wash Co GA.16.
  Notes for CHARLES III PARKS:
Source:
(1) LDS Genealogical Data Base, Ref #2

  iii.   ABRAHAM PARKS, b. July 05, 1778, Wash Co GA.16; d. July 04, 1853, Elbert Co, Ga; m. NANCY SELF, January 23, 1806, Elbert Co, Ga.
  Notes for ABRAHAM PARKS:
Data Source:
      (1) Censuses:
            1820 GA, Elbert Co
            1830 GA, Elbert Co
            1840 GA, Elbert Co
            1850 GA, Elbert Co
      (2) LW&T, Elbert Co, GA, Will Book A, p. 137r (On File)
      (3) LDS Genealogical Data Base, Ref #2, #3, #4, #5

GA NSDAR - Elbert County Records, 1949-50. GA Counties, Elbert, GLC, Vol 398:
      Page 78. Abraham Parks (#13) was summoned to serve at the Superior       Court, Jan. Term (Viz).
                  Signed. The Hon. Beverly Allen, one of the judges                   of said court, this 19th July 1824, George M. Heard,                   Clk
     
      Page 81. Abraham Parks was summoned to serve as a Petit Juror in             Superior Court, 3rd Monday of Sep.
Signed 24 Aug 1928
           



Georgia Land Lottery of 1806 (Captain McGuires' District). Abraham Parks had two (2) draws in this Lottery. The land for this lottery was acquired from the Creek Indians and was situated in what is now Baldwin and Wilkenson counties.
Source: History of Elbert County, GA. 1790-1935, JH McIntosh 1940.

  More About ABRAHAM PARKS:
Fact 1: Sardis Baptist Church, Hart Co. GA
Fact 2: Executed 4 July, 1853, Elbert Co. GA
Fact 3: Will Book A, P. 137r

  iv.   THEOPHELUS PARKS, b. July 12, 1781, Wash Co GA.16; d. Abt. 1853, Searcy, AR; m. (1) MARY POLLY LYONS, April 09, 1807, Williamson Tenn; m. (2) MARTHA HODGE, Abt. 1838, Searcy AK17.
  More About THEOPHELUS PARKS:
Fact 1: oppie

  Notes for MARY POLLY LYONS:
Census; Searcy County, AR; 1840, 1850 & 1860, Hickman County, TN: 1820 & 1830
To AR in 1837, 12 children, 1836 tax records = 7 Acres, Hickman Cty. TN
D.A.R.-A. Johnson, Letter: N. Jenkens
Early settler on Bear Creek, Searcy, AR ; Baptist Preacher

  Notes for MARTHA HODGE:
Martha Hodges Maybe Martha Rogers?

  v.   MARY PARKS, b. November 25, 1783, Wash Co GA.18; d. Bef. 1804, Elbert, GA; m. BENJAMIN BOBO.
  Notes for MARY PARKS:
Source:
(1) LDS Genealogical Data Base Ref #2
Her husband Benjamin was the son of her Stepmother, Mary Bobo, who was married to Charles Parks II (her second husband)

  vi.   MARSHALL PARKS, b. August 05, 1787, Wilkes Co, Ga; d. December 05, 1870, Reynolds, MO; m. MARY H WILLIAMS, March 17, 1822, Elbert Co, Ga.
  Notes for MARSHALL PARKS:
Source:
(1) LDS Genealogical Data Base Ref #2


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