Another variation is called Common Bond, or American Bond, or English Garden Wall (Acadia University). It is a row of headers replacing every nth course of bricks, where n is usually odd. The headers are centered over headers in the rows of headers below. This example is from a house in Mound Bayou.
Also from Mound Bayou, this church illustrates Common bond.
This example is from the old Masonic Lodge building in New Albany.
This example is the Graham, Texas old post office, a WPA building.
I finally had to call a halt, after as usual spending way too much time on this. It is amazing all the little details that you miss if you don't know to look for them. I imagine that bond design will be on my list to watch for from now on. Thanks, Preservation in Mississippi!