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BOND, Ellen  [1853-1939]
   
CAR MAGNATE'S AUNT DIES AT 86  -  Mrs. Ellen Bond McLaughlin(1) Oshawa Resident since 1906; Was Active Member of St. Andrew's Church -  Funeral on Tuesday - Oshawa, June 11 (Special) - Mrs. Ellen Bond McLaughlin well-known and respected resident of Oshawa for the past thirty-three years and an aunt of R. S. and G. W. McLaughlin died yesterday afternoon in her eighty-seventh year.  She has been in failing health the past six months.  Born at Emsfield of pioneer stock, Mrs. McLaughlin moved to the McLaughlin homestead at Tyrone, seven miles north of Bomanville, following her marriage to the late William McLaughlin, a brother of Robert, founder of the McLaughlin Carriage Company.  William McLaughlin(2) died in 1904 and two years later Mrs. McLaughlin moved to Oshawa, taking up residence at 44 Brock Street East.  Of sunny disposition, she was widely esteemed by a wide circle of friends.  She was an active member of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church.  Surviving are three sons and three daughters, Mrs. Milton Werry and Miss Florence, both of Oshawa, and Mrs. Harvey Cook, Toronto, and Albert, Frank and Douglas all of Oshawa.  There are also three sisters and two brothers, Mrs. Letitia Morphy and Mrs. Bessie Braund both of Oshawa, and Mrs. Ida Trull, Hampton, and Fred Bond, Torrington Conn., and Amos Bond , Rowland, Man.  The funeral will be held Tuesday from the family residence to Bomanville Cemetery.

(1)  Ellen McLaughlin ( nee Bond) 86, wife of William McLaughlin, died June 10, 1939, interred June 13, 1939, Block D, 2nd., grave, 2 plot, Lot 93, Rev. Telford.

(2)  Cemetery Record;  William McLaughlin, 64, s/o J. McLaughlin, born Manvers, died Darlington, Sept 8,1902, interred Sept 10.1902, Block D, 1st grave, 2plot, Lot 93, Rev Mr. McMullin, c/t A. E. McLaughlin William was interred Sept 10.1902)

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BOND, Samuel [1826-1910] Canadian Statesman
 
Mr. Samuel Bond of Tyrone who has lately with his daughter, Mrs. Ellen McLaughlin, Oshawa, passed to rest on Thursday evening of December 22, 1910. His wife pre-deceased him 10 years.  She was sister Mr. Thomas Burden, Bowmanville.  Mr. Bond was buried in Bowmanville cemetery on Christmas Day, Rev. James Hodges, B. A., officiating.  Pall-bearers were six grandsons: A.  W. McLaughlin, Woodville; George Colwill, Sonya; Ernest L. Bond, Toronto; Albert and Walter Morphy, and Ernest Blair, Oshawa.  Other relatives present were: His eldest daughter Mrs. John Colwill, Sonya; Mrs. A. Trull, Hampton; Mrs. Letitia Morphy, Mrs. William McLaughlin and Mrs. George Blair, Oshawa; two sons, Mr. John S.  Bond, Toronto and Mr. Amos Bond, Roland, Man; Mr. Samuel Colwill, grandson., Alberta;  Mr. Samuel Bond, nephew, Columbus; and Mr. and Mrs. Milton J.. Werry, Tyrone; Mrs. George Blair, Oshawa; two sons, Mr. John S. Bond, Toronto, and Mr. Amos bond, Roland Man.; Mr. Samuel Colwill, grandson Alberta; Mr. Samuel bond, nephew, Columbus; Mr. and Mrs. Milton J. Werry, Tyrone; Mrs. W. R. Bond and daughters, Mrs. Amanda E, Honor and Greta, Oshawa; Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Harris, Toronto. Floral offerings included a wreath from Mr. and Mrs. A. Morphy and family; sprays from Mr. J. S. Bond and family; Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. George W. McLaughlin. Two sons, Mr. Jesse T. Bond, Darlingford, Man., and Fred J. Bond Torrington, Con, U., S, where unable to the present and; also two grandsons, Messrs Arthur J. Bond and Orville Bond, Winnipeg, Man.. That deceased was a native of Devonshire, in London, and came to Canada when a young man. His active life was spent in North Darlington, leaving many years near Enfield. He worked hard and raised a large family, all the boys and girls were given a good public school education. In those early days in the country all men who had families had to work diligently and constantly to provide necessaries for the home, and fortunately the children were brought up to work, too. Few persons of this period in Canada's history form any conception of the hardships parents were forced to overcome by the frugality, industry, self - denial and perseverance.

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BOND, William R. [c.1848-1889]
  
 Bond; Near Geneva, East Whitby, Nov 25, 1889, William R. Bond, in his42nd. year. Funeral Wednesday 27th. at 2 o'clock to Columbus burying ground.

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MANNING, Mary Elizabeth [1867-1943]
    
Roland, Man. - Funeral service for Mrs. Amos Bond, pioneer resident of Roland, who died January 23 was conducted on Tuesday, January 26 at Roland United church by Rev. T. B. Rutherford.  Mrs. Bond, formerly Elizabeth Manning, was born in Bowmanville, Ont.., in 1867.  She was married to Amos Bond at Bowmanville in 1890 and they came to Roland the same year.  Mr. and Mrs. Bond celebrated their golden wedding here in 1940.  Mrs. Bond was active in church ad community affairs, she was secretary of the W.M.S. for a number of years and a life member of the W.C.T.U.  Surviving are her husband, Amos Bond, who is a patient in  Carman hospital; fours sons, Arthur G., of Maidstone, Sask.;  Percy V., of Toronto, and Herbert W., and Harold J., of Winnipeg;  two brothers, A. J. Manning, of Carman, and Frank, of Reston, Man.  There are four grand-daughters, four grandsons, and three....

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Morphy, Andrew  [c.1856-1931
   
In Oshawa, on Wednesday, January 23th, 1931, Andrew Morphy, beloved husband of Letitia Bond, in his 76th. year.  Funeral from the family residence, 315Mary St., on Friday, January 30th. Dervice at 2:00 p.m. Interment Union cemetery.  Mrs. Andrew Morphy ---- Resident of Oshawa for the past thirty eight years, Mrs. Letitia Morphy, widow of the late Andrew Morphy, died at half past five o'clock on Sunday morning, May 23rd at the residence of her daughter Mrs. W. Crossman of 315 Mary  Street, where the deceased had lived for nearly a quarter of a century. Although the late Mrs. Morphy was in her 84th year, she was up and around the house a week ago, when she became very ill. She had been ailing for the past year with a heart affection.  Mrs. Morphy was born in Enfield, Darlington township. Her parents were Samuel and Elizabeth Bond, pioneer residents of Enfield, who came to Canada from England in a ship named after the famous Mayflower. Her father ran a flour mill at Enfield.  Sixty five years ago, Letitia Bond and Andrew were married in Oshawa. They spent the first years of their married life on a farm at Columbus, moving later to Oshawa, where Mr. Morphy was with the General Motors. The deceased was active in the affairs of King Street United Women's Missionary Society and the Ladies Aid.  Of a family of nine children, all are living. There are five sons, four in Oshawa; Albert of Alice street, Walter, Buckingham Ave., Russell of Bloor Street, and Roy, of Masson street, also Jesse, of Pape ave., Toronto. Four Daughter live in Oshawa; Mrs. J. McMaster ( Maude ) of Alma street, Mrs. C Dewell ( Mable ) of Kingdale ave., Mrs. F. Gusscott )Alma ) of Golf St. amd Mrs. William Crossman ( Pearl ) of Mary st.. One brother, Amos Bond, of Rloland Mam., and two sisters, Mrs. Bessie Braund of Edmonton, Albert ( formerly of Oshawa ) and Mrs. Ida Trull of Hampton also survive.  The funeral will be held at 3 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon, May 25th., from the residence of Mrs. W. Crossman, 315 Mary Street, to the Union cemetery, Rev. J. V. McNeely officiating.  The pallbearers will be six of her grandsons Harold Morphy, Earl McMaster, Garfield Clarke, Rae Crossman, Jack Dewell, and Theo Morphy.

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TRULL, Harland Bond [1908-1992]
  
 Following a lengthy illness, Harland Bond Trull,aged 84 died on Wednesday, April 1, 1992 at Strathaven Lifecare Centre, Bowmanville.  The son of Alden and Ida ( Bond ) Trull, he was born at RR 1 Hampton and educated ay Solina Public School. On September 21, 1948 he was married to Ruby Elva Clatworthy.  A resident of Bowmanville for 32 years, he had previously resided in Hampton. He had farmed before being employed by the town of Bowmanville Works Dept.for 17 years, retiring 19 years ago.  He was a member of Trinity United church, and a direct descendant of John W. Trull who settled in Darlington in 1794.  Surviving are his wife Ruby, a sister Madeline and one nephew.  He was predeceased by a sister Myrtle ( Mrs. Robert Shields).  The Rev. Frank Lockhart officiated at a private funeral service held on Friday at the Morris funeral chapel, Bowmanville. Interment Hampton Cemetery.

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TRULL,  Myrtle Mildred [1893-1976]
    At Hillsdale Manor on Wednesday Dec 1, 1976 Myrtle Mildred Trull, in her 84th year. Widow of Byron Taylor & Robert Shields. Mother of Ralph Taylor, grandmother of Douglas & Lawrence Taylor, Oshawa. Sister of Harland Trull, Bowmanville, Madeline. Resting at the McIntosh Anderson Funeral Home, 152 King St. E., Oshawa. Complete service in the chapel Friday, December 3, 1:30 p.m. Interment to follow Union Cemetery.

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