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Arthur, Jane

(born: 1828  -  died: ) 

Born in Knox County, KY, Jane Arthur was owned by Ambrose Arthur, one of the largest slave holders in the county. She was the mother of James and Henry Bond; their father was Rev. Preston Bond of Anderson County, KY. [Preston was the husband of Belinda Arthur, daughter of Ambrose Arthur.] Jane Arthur was the great-grandmother of Julian Bond, civil rights leader and former Georgia Representative and Senator. She died of a stroke when she was in her 90s. For more see The Bonds, by R. M. Williams. *According to Carrie Stewart of Williamsburg, KY, Jane Arthur and her family also lived in Williamsburg.

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NKAA Entry: Bond, James M.
NKAA Entry: Bond, Henry
NKAA Source: The Bonds

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NKAA Entry:  Bond, James M.
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NKAA Entry:  Williamsburg (KY) Colored Academy

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“Arthur, Jane,” Notable Kentucky African Americans Database, accessed August 21, 2017, http://nkaa.uky.edu/nkaa/items/show/901.

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