Mary Lucina Bolton

F, b. 15 September 1898, d. July 1986
     Mary Lucina Bolton was born on 15 September 1898 at Delaware Co. (probably), OH. She was the daughter of Lyman Bolton and Caroline Virginia Larimore. Mary Lucina Bolton married Costa Garee.
Note: No children as of 1930, per "These Build Civilization", p. 27. No children as of 1940 census. Mary Lucina Bolton died in July 1986 at Licking Co., OH, at age 87 Dates per SSDI, last residence Johnstown.

Nellie Mae Bolton

F, b. 28 May 1875, d. 2 April 1966
     Nellie Mae Bolton was also known as "Nellie". She was born on 28 May 1875 at Illinois. She was the daughter of Fenno DeLorenzo Bolton and Rhoda J. Scoville. Nellie Mae Bolton married George W. Fulrath, son of Adam Fulrath and Hannah Smith, on 1 December 1897 at Stephenson Co., IL. Nellie Mae Bolton died on 2 April 1966 at Mt. Carroll, Carroll Co., IL, at age 90. She was buried in April 1966 at Center Hill Cemetery, Mt. Carroll Twp., Carroll Co., IL.

Children of Nellie Mae Bolton and George W. Fulrath

Regina Marie Bolton

F, b. 17 May 1923, d. 25 March 2003
     Regina Marie Bolton was also known as "Jean". She was born on 17 May 1923 at Delaware Co., OH.1 She was the daughter of Robert Thomas Bolton and Dorthea Bailey. Regina Marie Bolton married Donald Francis Pierce, son of Floyd Pierce and Cora E. Volkner. Regina Marie Bolton died on 25 March 2003 at Delaware Co., OH, at age 79 Dates per SSDI, last residence Westerville.

Citations

  1. [S2330] 1930 Federal Census, Morrow County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 1858; FHL #2341592.

Robert Thomas Bolton

M, b. 21 January 1897, d. 17 June 1981
     Robert Thomas Bolton was born on 21 January 1897 Birth date per SSDI. He was the son of Lyman Bolton and Caroline Virginia Larimore. Robert Thomas Bolton married Dorthea Bailey, daughter of Edward E. Bailey and Dora Mae Dowell, on 6 August 1920. Robert Thomas Bolton lived in April 1930 at Marengo, Morrow Co., OH.1 He lived in April 1935 at Marengo, Morrow Co., OH.2 He married Cleo Bell Pratt, daughter of William Allen Pratt and Myrtle May Van Sickle, circa 1936 at Delaware Co., OH.2 Robert Thomas Bolton lived in April 1940 at Galena, Delaware Co., OH.2 He died on 17 June 1981 at Lakeland, Polk Co., FL, at age 84 Date and location per SSDI.

Children of Robert Thomas Bolton and Dorthea Bailey

Children of Robert Thomas Bolton and Cleo Bell Pratt

Citations

  1. [S2330] 1930 Federal Census, Morrow County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 1858; FHL #2341592.
  2. [S2331] 1940 Federal Census, Delaware County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 3062.

Sherman Louis Bolton1

M, b. 6 September 1879, d. November 1966
     Sherman Louis Bolton was born on 6 September 1879 at Iowa.1 He married Margaret Mae Flater. Sherman Louis Bolton died in November 1966 at Tipton, Cedar Co., IA, at age 87. He was buried in 1966 at Masonic Cemetery, Tipton, Cedar Co., IA, Find A Grave Memorial# 140087571.

Child of Sherman Louis Bolton and Margaret Mae Flater

Citations

  1. [S4229] 1920 Federal Census, Cedar County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 482.

Thomas M. Bolton1

M, b. circa 1834, d. 1884
     Thomas M. Bolton was born circa 1834 at Virginia.1 He married Lucenia Carpenter.1 Thomas M. Bolton died in 1884 at Delaware Co., OH.

Child of Thomas M. Bolton and Lucenia Carpenter

Citations

  1. [S2328] 1880 Federal Census, Delaware County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 1012; FHL #1255012.

William Robert Bolton

M, b. 10 November 1921, d. 28 January 2000
     William Robert Bolton was born on 10 November 1921 at Ohio.1 He was the son of Robert Thomas Bolton and Dorthea Bailey. William Robert Bolton died on 28 January 2000 at Morrow Co., OH, at age 78 dates per SSDI, last residence Cardington.

Citations

  1. [S2330] 1930 Federal Census, Morrow County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 1858; FHL #2341592.

Thomas E. Bomar

M
     Thomas E. Bomar married Sarah Elizabeth Tharp, daughter of Timothy Smith Tharp and Amanda Jane Hull, on 13 October 1874 at Monroe Co., IA.

Anna Bomberger

F, b. 7 May 1832, d. 26 November 1908
     Anna Bomberger was born on 7 May 1832. She was the daughter of Joseph Bomberger and Sarah Erb. Anna Bomberger died on 26 November 1908 at age 76.

Anna Bomberger

F, b. circa 1710
     Anna Bomberger was born circa 1710. She was the daughter of Christian Bomberger and Maria (?) Anna Bomberger married John Kauffman, son of Michael Kauffman, circa 1730.

Children of Anna Bomberger and John Kauffman

Barbara Bomberger

F, b. circa 1709
     Barbara Bomberger was born circa 1709. She was the daughter of Christian Bomberger and Maria (?) Barbara Bomberger married Christian Schnebele Hershey, son of Hans Hirschi and Anna Geunder, circa 1728 at Lancaster Co., PA.

Children of Barbara Bomberger and Christian Schnebele Hershey

Barbara Bomberger

F
     Barbara Bomberger was born. She was the daughter of Joseph Bomberger and Sarah Erb.

Catherine Bomberger

F
     Catherine Bomberger was born. She was the daughter of Joseph Bomberger and Sarah Erb.

Christian Bomberger

M
     Christian Bomberger married an unknown person . He married Maria (?).

Child of Christian Bomberger and Maria (?)

Christian Bomberger

M, b. circa 1682, d. 25 March 1742
     Christian Bomberger married Maria (?). Christian Bomberger was born circa 1682 at Germany. He died on 25 March 1742 at Warwick Twp., Lancaster Co., PA.

Child of Christian Bomberger and Maria (?)

Elizabeth Bomberger

F
     Elizabeth Bomberger was born. She was the daughter of Joseph Bomberger and Sarah Erb.

Fannie Bomberger

F, b. 14 May 1844, d. 31 March 1913
     Fannie Bomberger was born on 14 May 1844. She was the daughter of Joseph Bomberger and Sarah Erb. Fannie Bomberger died on 31 March 1913 at Franklin Co., PA, at age 68.

Jacob E. Bomberger

M
     Jacob E. Bomberger was born. He was the son of Joseph Bomberger and Sarah Erb.

Joseph Bomberger

M
     Joseph Bomberger married Magdalena Hershey, daughter of Christian Hershey and Anna Hernly.

Child of Joseph Bomberger and Magdalena Hershey

Joseph Bomberger

M, b. 12 July 1801, d. 9 February 1868
     Joseph Bomberger was born on 12 July 1801 at Manheim, Lancaster Co., PA. He was the son of Joseph Bomberger and Magdalena Hershey. Joseph Bomberger married Sarah Erb on 2 February 1826. Joseph Bomberger died on 9 February 1868 at Franklin Co., PA, at age 66.

Children of Joseph Bomberger and Sarah Erb

Joseph E. Bomberger

M
     Joseph E. Bomberger was born. He was the son of Joseph Bomberger and Sarah Erb.

Magdalena Bomberger

F, b. 29 December 1828, d. 3 July 1873
     Magdalena Bomberger was born on 29 December 1828. She was the daughter of Joseph Bomberger and Sarah Erb. Magdalena Bomberger married Henry Cockley in 1849. Magdalena Bomberger died on 3 July 1873 at age 44.

Maria Bomberger

F
     Maria Bomberger was born. She was the daughter of Joseph Bomberger and Sarah Erb.

Rebecca Bomberger

F
     Rebecca Bomberger was born. She was the daughter of Joseph Bomberger and Sarah Erb.

Sarah Bomberger

F, b. 20 January 1834, d. 10 February 1885
     Sarah Bomberger was born on 20 January 1834. She was the daughter of Joseph Bomberger and Sarah Erb. Sarah Bomberger died on 10 February 1885 at Huntsdale, Cumberland Co., PA, at age 51.

Susan Bomberger

F
     Susan Bomberger was born. She was the daughter of Joseph Bomberger and Sarah Erb.

Joseph Bonavita

M, b. 27 March 1924
     Joseph Bonavita was born on 27 March 1924.

Abner Bond

M
     Abner Bond married Elizabeth Hall.

Child of Abner Bond and Elizabeth Hall

Dixon John Bond

M, b. 14 December 1878, d. 31 January 1938
     Dixon John Bond was born on 14 December 1878 at Illinois. He was the son of Abner Bond and Elizabeth Hall. Dixon John Bond married Amy May Kitzmiller, daughter of Dr. Joseph H. Kitzmiller and Emily Marcia Bray, on 9 May 1900 at Christian Co., IL. Dixon John Bond died on 31 January 1938 at age 59. He was buried in February 1938 at Oak Hill Cemetery, Taylorville, Christian Co., IL.

Children of Dixon John Bond and Amy May Kitzmiller

Dixon John Bond

M, b. 21 January 1937, d. 30 June 2014
     Dixon John Bond was born on 21 January 1937 at Hennepin Co., MN. He was the son of Joseph Dixon Bond and Harriet E. Lovett. Dixon John Bond was graduated in 1959 at Carlton College, Northfield, Rice Co., MN; Major: Economics. He died on 30 June 2014 at Northfield, Rice Co., MN, at age 77 OBITUARY - Star Tribune: Newspaper of the Twin Cities; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Bond, Dixon, age 77 of Northfield, former member of the Northfield City Council, Northfield Hospital Board, and many other organizations, passed away unexpectedly June 30, 2014. Funeral Services will be 11 am Monday, July 14th at the First United Church of Christ in Northfield with burial at Oaklawn Cemetery. Visitation 2-5 Sunday, July 13th at the Bierman Funeral Home in Northfield and at the Church on Monday 1 hour prior to Services. Dixon Bond is survived by sons Jeff Bond and partner Debbie Kramer of Randolph, Doug Bond and wife Lisa of North Oaks; former wife Judy Bond of Stevens Point, WI; sister Penny Bond and husband Charlie Grimsrud of Wayzata; 4 grandchildren; and 1 great grandchild. In lieu of flowers memorials to Laura Baker Association, Epic Enterprise, Northfield Arts Guild, or American Heart Association. biermanfuneralhome.com


OBITUARY - Star Tribune: Newspaper of the Twin Cities; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Dixon Bond BUILDER, VOLUNTEER He spearheaded Ordway Center
Dixon Bond was a troubleshooter.
From leading construction of the Ordway Center in St. Paul to rescuing a struggling Northfield school for the disabled, he turned around many a troubled project or program.
"He'd go into building projects that were financially in trouble and they'd hire him to make them work," said son Jeff Bond of Randolph.
Dixon Bond died of a heart attack at home on June 30. He was 77.
He worked with both business and nonprofit institutions, including Green Giant, Carleton College, the Minneapolis Society of Fine Arts, Minneapolis Children's Theatre and Pillsbury Center. He was on many projects, boards and commissions.
His goal, according to his family, was to make the world a better place to live.
After a "remarkable job" spearheading the $46 million construction of the Ordway, which opened in 1985, he stayed on as president and chief operating officer, said Patricia Mitchell, current Ordway president.
"There were unanticipated building and financing costs, and he helped figure out how to solve those riddles," she said. "He was a builder and a fixer. The Ordway today is a testament to his brilliance as a builder."
George Latimer, St. Paul's mayor when the Ordway was built, said Bond was quietly instrumental in helping to build one of the great theater centers in America.
"He was totally without ego," Latimer said. "He was totally mission oriented. He inspired the confidence of all the philanthropists who were responsible for the building of the Ordway. He conveyed a sense of seriousness and trust."
In Northfield, Bond served on the City Council, planning commission, hospital board and was president of the Northfield Arts Guild, among other civic roles.
"He had interests of everybody in Northfield at heart and always helped in ways that were appropriate for his interests and talents," said Keith Covey, who was mayor during most of Bond's six years on the City Council.
He said Bond was on the board of directors of Northfield's Laura Baker private residential school, which teaches students ages 5 to 22 with developmental disabilities. When funding and financial struggles arose, Bond was hired on the staff and helped the school once again thrive, Covey said.
"It was failing and he turned that around," Jeff Bond said of the school. "He worked for that for free for a long time because they couldn't afford to pay him. So he didn't ask for any pay until they were on their feet."
Dixon Bond was born to Joseph and Harriet Bond and grew up in south Minneapolis. In 1955, he graduated from Southwest High School and went on to Carleton, earning an economics degree in 1959.
As a freshman, Bond formed a men's close-harmony singing group, the CarleTunes, which became the Singing Knights.
The group is still going strong, as is the old house near campus where they first practiced. It belonged to college librarian Dacie Moses, who later bequeathed it to the Carleton Alumni Association.
Each week, until his death, Bond visited the two-story white house, where he was a longtime elder and mentor.
"Many times when the house was facing a precarious future at Carleton College, Dixon stepped and translated the Dacie values and gifts he thought were important to administrators," Julie Uleberg, the house director, wrote recently to his family. "We are still here and students are still coming. That is part of Dixon's legacy."
Services have been held.

He was buried in July 2014 at Oaklawn Cemetery, Northfield, Rice Co., MN.