John Bondy born 1756 near Bald Friar Ferry in Cecil county, Maryland
supplied by Cheri Robinson 
"Marylanders to Carolina" --Migration of Marylanders to North Carolina and South Carolina Prior to 1800, 
by Henry C. Peden, Jr.; Family Line Publications, Westminster, MD, 1994 (929.752), 

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Bondy, John. John Bondy was born in the fall of 1756 near Bald Friar Ferry in Cecil county, Maryland and enlisted there in the Revolutionary War. "John Bonnedy" was a Private in Major Henry Lee's Partizan Corps on Feb. 17, 1780. In 1803 he moved to Cumberland county, NC and in the spring of 1804 he lived for three years with George Albright and then with James McPherson. He applied for a pension on Jan. 4, 1834 in Orange county, NC aged 77 and died in 1836. His widow, Elizabeth, applied for a pension (W5858) on May 22, 1849, in Wake county, NC stating they were married on Feb. 4, 1793 in Wake county. Allen Griffis signed the marriage bond along with John Bondy (Ref. VDW Genealogical Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files, White, Virgil D., Waynesboro, TN

This is yet another link to Maryland.