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Thomas Bond Jr. (1743–1793)


Thomas Bond Jr. was a creditor of Bushrod Washington.


Thomas Bond Jr., the son of a prominent Philadelphia physician, was born on 10 August 1743. He studied medicine with his father prior to an unsuccessful venture in the textile business. Returning to the family calling, Bond served as surgeon, assistant director, and purveyor of the hospital department during the Revolutionary War. After the war he practiced medicine, co-published the Virginia Gazette and Alexandria Advertiser, and worked as a land agent.


"Surgeon Thomas Bond, Jr.," The State Society of the Cincinnati of Pennsylvania.

"To George Washington from William Shippen, Jr., 25 January 1777," Founders Online, National Archives, [Original source: The Papers of George Washington, Revolutionary War Series, vol. 8, 6 January 1777 – 27 March 1777, ed. Frank E. Grizzard, Jr. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1998, pp. 156–159.]

The Thomas Bond House Bed & Breakfast.

"[Thomas] Bond House," National Register of Historic Places Inventory – Nomination Form.

Thomas Bond in Pennsylvania, U.S., Compiled Marriage Records, 17001821 (

Thomas Bond Jr. at Find a Grave.

Thomas Bond Jr. at FamilySearch.