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April 15th 1921
The Baltimore Sun
Elijah Jefferson Bond
Elijah Jefferson Bond, 75 years old, retired lawyer of Baltimore and a veteran of the Confederate Army, died yesterday at the home of his son, William B. Bond, 3304 Clifton avenue, of the infirmities of age. He had been in failing health since he suffered a stroke of paralysis about two years ago. He was a native of Belair, Harford County, and a son of the late Judge William B. Bond and Charlotte Howard Richardson Bond. He was graduated about a half century ago from the law school of the University of Maryland.
Mr. Bond married Miss Mary Peters of Baltimore, who died several years ago. About three years ago he retired from the active practice of law.
He is survived by two brothers, both veterans of the army of the Confederacy — Gen. Frank A. Bond, who served as adjutant-general on the staff of Governor Carroll, was active in Anne Arundel county politics and now is a resident of Philadelphia, and Major Arthur W. Bond, of Baltimore — and a son, William B. Bond.
The funeral will be held at 2 o’clock tomorrow afternoon from the home of his son. The services will be conducted by the Rev G. Berkeley Griffith, of Prince of Peace Protestant Episcopal Church. Burial will be in Greenmount Cemetery.