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William Henry BOND

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Hello,

William Henry BOND b. abt 1856 probably Ireland d. 17 Jan 1937 Brisbane, Qld.

Married Annie HAMILTON on 7 Jul 1879 in Queensland


Death # 1937/B38307 Bond William Henry - Richard Winsley - Bridget Farrell

Pine Rivers District Cemeteries
William Henry BOND, died 17th January 1937 aged 81years.

In later years Electoral Rolls show William living in a residence called 'Newtown Bond' and a farmer.


Arrived in Australia ??? Don't know yet if his parents arrived as well. Also don't know of any siblings.

Reference in an Irish newspaper in 1813 for the sale of a religious pamphlet at various establishments including James Winsley BOND, Edgeworthstown.

...recruited in southern England by a wealthy Anglo-Irish land-owning family (read Protestant) named BOND in the counties of Longford and Westmeath in central Ireland. The BOND family originated in Dorset and came to Northern Ireland, via Yorkshire in the 1650s. In about 1720 a Reverend James BOND (1692-1762), who married Catherine Wensley of Co. Donegal, arrived in Edgeworthstown, Co. Longford and founded a Presbyterian Church in nearby Corboy, where he ministered for 40 years, the buildings of which have been completely renovated within the last year. Other siblings and relatives of the Reverend also moved to the Counties of Longford and Westmeath....
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Dave is this Bridget's death index? :confused:

1937/B37710 Bridget Bond Michael Sheehan Margaret Ryan


Coincidence or not but this Bridge died the same day as William did 17 January 1937:confused:


1938/B38307 William Henry Bond Richard Winsley Bridget Farrel


Ok im right now found the right death index :biggrin: Someone made a boo boo:2fun::2fun:l
 
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Who? :rolleyes:

Did you just find his mother? But FARRELL and SHEEHAN are not the same.
 
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In Loving Memory of Elizabeth, the beloved daughter of W H BOND, died 25th March 1909 aged 10 years. Our Darling one hath gone before to greet us on the blissful shore.

Also William Henry BOND, died 17th January 1937 aged 81years. Inserted by his loving wife and family.

So who is correct? Qld. BMD says 1938 now. :2fun:
 

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1874/C0740 Cronin Michael - Sheehan Bridget ??

Can't see a Bridget CRONIN marriage to a BOND.
Its ok now, i thought that death index i found where a Bridget died the supposedly the same day as your William was his wife:rolleyes: Forget the death index for the Bridget i found :2fun::2fun:
 

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Pine Rivers District Cemeteries
In Loving Memory of Elizabeth, the beloved daughter of W H BOND, died 25th March 1909 aged 10 years. Our Darling one hath gone before to greet us on the blissful shore.

Also William Henry BOND, died 17th January 1937 aged 81years. Inserted by his loving wife and family.

So who is correct? Qld. BMD says 1938 now. :2fun:

:confused: Then who is this Elizabeth?
1913/B18311 Elizabeth Rose Bond Richard Wensley Bond Bridget Farrell
 

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The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954) - Tuesday 18 January 1938 p.1
FUNERAL NOTICES
BOND.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. W. H. Bond (Senr.), Mr., Mrs. R. W. Bond, Mr., Mrs. H. Bond. Mr., Mrs. A. Kramm, Mr., Mrs. W. H. Bond (Junr.), Mr., Mrs. F. A. Bond and Families, and Mr. T. J. Bond, Mr. John Bond, are invited to attend the Funeral of her deceased Husband, their Father, Father-in-law, Grand father, and Brother (Mr. William Henry Bond), to leave his late residence, Tring Terrace, Toombul, This (Tuesday) Afternoon, at 2 o'clock, for the Dayboro Cemetery.
CANNON & CRIPPS.
Funeral Directors.

So John is a brother of W H senior.
 
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:confused: Then who is this Elizabeth?
1913/B18311 Elizabeth Rose Bond Richard Wensley Bond Bridget Farrell
That would have to be a sister of W H senior.

I think from the Irish newspaper that Wensley is the correct middle name not Winsley.

Wherever the cemetery info came from it says 1937. It's on CD. I can't see it on-line.
 
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Ok so in short we can look for a Elizabeth Rose Bond who might have come out with her brother William Henry Bond. Looking for 2 of them might make it a bit easier especially if they did come out together.


Gee James Bond 007 would be easier to trace and he got around :2fun::2fun:
 

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Yes, he first married Annie.

In long we are looking for three - W H and brother John Thomas and sister Elizabeth Rose.
 

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:eek: another one:

The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Thursday 23 October 1913 p 9 Article
... RECENT BURNING FATALITY. DEATH OF NURSE BOND. A magisterial inquiry into the death of Elizabeth Rose Bond which was caused on October 12, as the result of burns sustained in a fire caused by an over turned lamp was held yesterday, before Mr. U D Neilson, JP Sergeant Bradburn examined the witnesses ... 617 words
 

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:eek: another one:

The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Thursday 23 October 1913 p 9 Article
... RECENT BURNING FATALITY. DEATH OF NURSE BOND. A magisterial inquiry into the death of Elizabeth Rose Bond which was caused on October 12, as the result of burns sustained in a fire caused by an over turned lamp was held yesterday, before Mr. U D Neilson, JP Sergeant Bradburn examined the witnesses ... 617 words
Thats the one i posted on #7 on here that i asked you about :rolleyes: :2fun::2fun: Catch up Dave :biggrin:
 

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The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) - Wednesday 29 December 1915 p.10
Accident during a Race.
John Thomas Bond, 32 years of age, married, a farmer, residing at King's Scrub, Terror's Creek, was riding in a race at Terror's Creek on Monday, when he fell off his horse and sustained fractured ribs on the left side and injuries to his head. The Ambulance Brigade went out from Brisbane and brought him to the Brisbane Hospital for treatment.

We have an age in 1915.
 

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The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) - Wednesday 29 December 1915 p.10
Accident during a Race.
John Thomas Bond, 32 years of age, married, a farmer, residing at King's Scrub, Terror's Creek, was riding in a race at Terror's Creek on Monday, when he fell off his horse and sustained fractured ribs on the left side and injuries to his head. The Ambulance Brigade went out from Brisbane and brought him to the Brisbane Hospital for treatment.

We have an age in 1915.
That would make his birth around 1883. We have to be careful here because

1883/B31180 John Thomas Bond John Thomas Bridget Sheehan
That article might be him and not your fella.
 

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That would make his birth around 1883. We have to be careful here because

1883/B31180 John Thomas Bond John Thomas Bridget Sheehan
That article might be him and not your fella.
You are so right but I think it's my man because of his probate notice which says Dayboro and this - interesting connection to father of his first spouse - Hugh Hamilton:

Dayboro was first known as Hamilton, having been so named after a farmer, Hugh Hamilton, who was appointed Receiving Officer for mail in 1875. In 1892, it became known as Terrors Creek from the creek on which it is situated. The creek and the adjoining area, which became known as Terrors Paddock, derived their names from a grey Arab stallion, Terah, owned in the 1850s by Captain John Griffin of the Whiteside run.
Can't be the brother of W H who was born abt 1856.


The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954) - Saturday 25 April 1942 p.9
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Name of Deceased Proprietor.-John Thomas (otherwise John) Bond, late of Dayboro.
Date of Death. -18th December, 1941.
Name of Claimant.-John Thomas Bond, of Lutwyche, Brisbane.
Description and Situation of Land...

This one is a brother:

Death 1941/B54818 John Thomas Bond - Richard Wensley - Bedelia Farrell
 
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So are both Bond families in Dayboro? 2x John Thomas. Or is it one family?

We have a John Thomas b. 1883 son of John Thomas.

We have no death yet for the one born 1883.
 

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QLD death indexes. Now i dont have to keep going back to the indexes:rolleyes:

1913/B18311 Elizabeth Rose Bond Richard Wensley Bond Bridget Farrell
1938/B38307 William Henry Bond Richard Winsley Bridget Farrell
1941/B54818 John Thomas Bond Richard Wensley Bedelia Farrell
1888/B21349 Robert Bond Richard Wensby Bond Dela Farrell
 

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