Bond, Ammi a Universalist minister, was born in New Hampshire about 1803. He spent his early life in Vermont, joined the Methodists at the age of sixteen, some years later. embraced Universalism, and in 1832 was fellowshipped by the Green Mountain Association. The next vear he was ordained, and subsequently labored at Carroll (N. Y.), Saybrook (O.), Adrian (Mich.), Monroe (O.), Beaver and Pittsburgh (Pa.), and finally, in 1843, retired to Conleaut, Pa., where he continued to reside until his decease, Jan. 3, 1866. Mr. Bond had a strong logical mind and more than ordinary pulpit ability. See Universalist Register, 1867, p. 71.