Bond, Phineas

Bond, Phineas a Baptist minister, was born at Watertown,, Mass., Aug. 20, 1797; He pursued his studies under Rev. Charles Train of Framingham, and for one year was a member of Waterville College. He was ordained at Cherryfield, Me., May 25, 1825. His pastorates, after leaving this place, were in Eastport, Warren, and Fayette, Me., and in Brewster, Mass. From this last place he removed to Rumney, N. H., and then to Cornish. About 1860 he removed again to Maine, spending the last years of his life in Jay, where he died July 8, 1878. His ministerial life was a sort of pioneer work. (J. C. S.)

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