|. Isaac Shafter Bond, 1901 - 1981, s/o William Isaac Bond
. author: Michael D. Nestor, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
31113 Isaac Shafter Bond,9 3111 (William,8,William,7,Isaac,6,Benjamin,5,Stephen,4)
. b 16 Jul 1901 Va; d 24 Nov 1981 Richmond, Henrico Co, Va (SSDI 226-09-0475 Va), bur Greenwood Memorial Gardens,
. Goochland Co, Va.
. m Ada R. Marshall, b 6 Dec 1899 Va, d 8 Mar 1985 Richmond (SSDI 226-09-3349 Va), bur Greenwood Memorial Gardens,
. d/o Albert I. Marshall and Mary Ellen Quesenberry.
. Shafter's and Ada's LR: Richmond, Henrico Co, Va 23228.
. 1930 Floyd Co, Va census, Indian Valley, ED 32-8, sheet 3B, #66/69, Shafter Bond,27 Va (marr age 19), laborer, odd jobs, Ada
. R.,29 Va (marr age 20), Bessie M.,7 Va, Vera E.,6 Va, Clara,4 Va, Frank,1 2/12 Va, Maude Hollandsworth,21 Va
. 1940 Pittsylvania Co census, Tunstall Dist, Schoolfield, ED 72-50, sheet 7A, 125 Macon Ave, #114, Shafter I. Bonds,38 Va,
. weaver, cotton mill, Ada R.,38 Va, spinner, cotton mill, Dessie M.,17 Va, Vera E.,16 Va, Clara G.,14 Va, Francis S.,11
. Va, Tobie C.,9 Va, Hattie E.,6 Va, Edna M. Hankins,21 Va (niece), day laborer, cotton mill.
. 1. Dessie Mae Bond, b 1 May 1922 Floyd Co, d 2 Dec 2005 (not in SSDI), m 3 Dec 1945 Danville to James Martin Bar-
. bour, b 20 Nov 1920 Pittsylvania Co, d 17 Jun 1988 Henrico Co, Va (SSDI 224-05-6467 Va), s/o Peyton Barbour and
. Elizabeth Shelhorse.
. James' LR: Richmond, Henrico Co 23229.
. a. Gerry James Barbour, b 1950 Richmond Co, m Judy ____.
. 2. Vera Emily Bond, b 9 Oct 1923 Floyd Co, d 17 Feb 2013 (SSDI Va), bur Augusta Memorial Park, Waynesboro, Augusta
. Co, Va, m 22 Nov 1945 Danville, Va to James Belmont Harvey, b 15 May 1918 Draper, NC, d 3 Aug 1998 Waynesboro
. (SSDI 224-10-7830 Va), bur Augusta Memorial Park, s/o James Willis Harvey and Ida Lee Hill.
. James' LR: Waynesboro, Va 22980.
. a. Danny James Harvey, b 1948 Danville, m ____. Of Colo in 2013.
. (1) Christopher I. Harvey. Of Tex in 2013.
. (2) Amelia A. Harvey. Of Colo in 2013.
. b. Vera Ellen Harvey, b 1951 Richmond, m 26 Feb 1977 Waynesboro, Va to James Edward Stevens, b 1947 Halifax Co,
. Va, s/o James Herbert Stevens and Dora Millner. James had m(1) 7 May 1970 Spartanburg, SC to Kim Purcella Wilder,
. b 1956 SC, and they div 2 Feb 1977 Arlington. Of Waynesboro in 2013.
. c. Tamara Sue Harvey (Tami), b 1961 Waynesboro, Va, m(1) 15 Jun 1996 Harrisonburg, Va to Rolin Lee Neale.
. Tamara m(2) 29 Nov 2008 Bath Co, Va to John Adams Rollison II. Of Richmond in 2013.
. (1) Logan C. Neale. Of Richmond in 2013.
. 3. Clara Gay Bond, b 9 Apr 1926 Floyd Co, d 12 Aug 1967 Danville, bur Highland Burial Park, Danville, Va, m 16 Jul 1948
. Pittsylvania Co to Calvin Maurice Barbour, b 15 Apr 1924 Pittsylvania Co, d 1 May 2015 Danville, bur Highland Burial
. Park, s/o Percy Hunter Barbour and Bessie Parrish Watlington. Calvin m(2) 13 Apr 1968 to Vilma Harvey, b 22 Jan 1928,
. d 4 Apr 2016, bur Highland Burial Park, d/o James Oakey Harvey and Iva Stephens.
. a. Cheryl Lee Barbour, b 1958 Danville, m 2 Aug 1980 Danville to Mark Gregory Walker, b 1959 NY, s/o Charles
. Maurice Walker and Virginia Evelyn Taylor.
. 4. Francis Shafter Bond (Frank), b 18 Jan 1929 Floyd Co, m 11 Feb 1956 Henrico Co to Mary Dell Lewis, b ca 1938
. Sevierville, Tenn, d/o Leonard A. Lewis and Verona Owensbey.
. Of Richmond in 2013.
. 5. Toby C. Bond, b 6 Apr 1930 Floyd Co, dec by 2013.
. 6. Eva Marshall Bond, b 18 Aug 1933 Danville, "Eva Hattie Bond", b 18 Aug 1933 "Penn" Co, Va, m 13 Jun 1952 Chandler,
. Ariz to Cecil Ray Canady, b 30 May 1932 "Penn" Co. They div 26 Oct 1965 Henrico Co, Va. Cecil m(2) 11 Apr 1968
. Henrico Co to Janet Rosalind Bowman, b ca 1939 Roanoke Co, d/o Stover Daniel Bowman and Fannie Katherine Flora.
. Ref: 1. "The Genealogy of William Tobias Phillips", 1989, Elza B. Cox, p 44, 78, 217-18, 297.
. 2. "Cox-Phillips Family Newsletter", Elza B. Cox, Jun 2002, p 45-47.
. 3. "Cemeteries Floyd (Montgomery) County, Va Indian Valley Dist", Vol I, Elza B. Cox.
. 4. "Richmond Times-Dispatch", 2 Dec 2005: obit for Dessie B. Barbour, age 83, mentioning husband James M. Barbour,
. son Gerry J. Barbour and wife Judy, brothers Toby C. and Francis S., sisters Eva Marshall Bond, Clara B. Barbour,
. and Vera B. Harvey, and others.
. 5. www.findagrave.com, info by Victoria Taylor-True; LNM.
. 6. Same, info by not forgotten:
. Vera Emily Bond Harvey, 89, of Waynesboro passed away Sunday, February 17, 2013 at Augusta Health of a failing
. heart. She was born October 9, 1923 in Floyd County, daughter of the late Isaac Shafter and Ada Marshall Bond.
. Mrs. Harvey grew up during the Great Depression among a family of six siblings. As the second oldest, she helped
. her big sister take care of her younger brothers and sisters while their parents worked at the cotton mill in Danville to
. keep food on the table during rough times that Americans today can't even begin to imagine or appreciate. As a
. teenager, Mrs. Harvey worked at the cotton mill for a short time herself, always dressed like a movie star, complete
. with impeccable red nails and the highest of heels. She designed and made her own clothes based on what she saw the
. famous actresses wear in the films at the Saturday matinee she and her sisters went to every weekend. During World
. War Two, Mrs. Harvey trained to be a nurse cadet. The war ended before she finished her training and the soldiers
. returned home from Europe. One of the returning soldiers was Mr. Harvey. He wasn't home long before he married
. the woman of his dreams. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey were together for more than 50 years until his death. They had three
. children: Danny, Vera-Ellen and Tami (Tamara). Mrs. Harvey returned to her dream to be a nurse when she was in her
. fifties. She went back to school, got her nursing education and served as an LPN at Waynesboro Community Hospital
. for several years. Besides being a nurse, Mrs. Harvey was also a skilled seamstress and gardener. She was a shrewd
. negotiator and always made the absolute best of any situation she was in. She had the ability to get the most out of
. scarce resources, turning nothing into something good. She had an eye for beauty and potential when no one else could
. see the possibilities. She embraced hope and saw the good side of a person or situation and even accepted the bad
. with grace, patience and love. Above all, Mrs. Harvey had an unshakable faith in God and Jesus. She was a member of
. Westwood Baptist Church for several decades, where she served on various committees and faithfully supported
. through the end of her life. Her greatest pride was her three children. She showed them the meaning of unconditional
. and selfless love not by her words but by her actions. Her children always knew she was there for them. She put her
. children's needs before her own even to the end. Mrs. Harvey did not want her children to worry about her old age.
. She planned every detail of her life, all the way to her last day. She had impeccable directions on how she was to be
. transitioned from this life to the next, leaving no guess work for her loved ones. Mrs. Harvey was in control of her
. destiny, which she finally released to God. She always believed that through God love conquers all. In addition to her
. parents, Mrs. Harvey was preceded in death by her husband, James B. Harvey, her three sisters Eva M. Bond, Dessie
. Mae B. Barbour and Clara B. Barbour and her brother Toby C. Bonds. Survivors include three children, Danny J.
. Harvey of Colorado, Vera-Ellen Harvey of Waynesboro and Tamara S. Rollison of Richmond; three grandchildren,
. Christopher I. Harvey of Texas, Amelia A. Harvey of Colorado and Logan C. Neale of Richmond; one brother Francis
. S. Bond of Richmond and several nieces and nephews. A service will be conducted at noon, Saturday, February 23 at
. Westwood Baptist Church, 2124 Davis Road, Waynesboro, VA 22980. Burial will follow at Augusta Memorial Park.
. A reception will follow the burial at the church.
. 7. Same, info by Larry Eanes.