Sir James Bond, 1st Baronet

Sir James Bond, 1st Baronet (11 June 1744 2 June 1820) was an Irish Member of Parliament of Anglo-Irish descent.

He was the son of the Rev. James Bond (died 1762), a minister at Corboy in County Longford by his wife Catherine, daughter of the Rev. Thomas Wensley, of Lifford, County Donegal. On the 27 July 1770 he was married to Anne Hornby, the daughter William Hornby, who would later serve as Governor of Bombay; she bore him several children and died on the 3 July 1809. Bond sat in the Irish House of Commons as Member for Naas from 1790 to 1797, and on 21 January 1794 he was created a baronet, of Coolamber in County Longford, in the Baronetage of Ireland. At his death the baronetcy was inherited by his second son, Thomas, as his eldest, James Hornby Bond, had died in 1792.


Parliament of Ireland
Preceded by
John Bourke, Lord Naas
John Bourke
Member of Parliament for Naas
1791 1797
With: John Bourke, Lord Naas 17911794
George Damer, Viscount Milton 17951797
Succeeded by
Hon. Francis Hely-Hutchinson
Hon. Thomas Pelham
Baronetage of Ireland
New creation Baronet
(of Coolamber)
1794 1820
Succeeded by
Thomas Bond
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