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Charles E. Bond , Waverly
In 1880 Wayne County, Iowa, William P. Bond is 36, Emaline 34, Charlie 13, Harry 7, Clark 6, and William 3.
Charles cash-claimed a quarter in 34, 4N 47W in 1891 - between George Van Emon and Albert Sollberger.
In 1900 Denver Charles E. Bond is a newspaper reporter, born June 1866 in Iowa, married eight years to Alice Nov 1866 Pennsylvania. They have Wallace B. July 1894.
Parents Wm. P. and Emeline are also in Denver in 1900, William a coal and wood dealer, Willie D. a motorman.
Application-filed December 22, 1900. Serial No. 40,788.
To whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, CHARLES E. BOND, a citizen of the United States, residing at Denver, in the county of Arapahoe and State of Colorado, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Camp-Fire-Utensil Holders; and I do hereby declare the following to be a full, clear, and exact description of the invention, such as will enable others skilled in the art to which it appertains to make and use the same.
This invention provides a device for supporting cooking utensils over an open fire, and is especially adapted for camp or outdoor life.
In 1907 Charles E. Bond registered a brand, with a range seven miles east of Hugo, Colorado.
In 1910 Otero County (Manzanola precinct) Charles is farming, 42, with Alice 44, Wallace 15, and Dorothy 6. Alice has had three children, two living.
Charles Ellsworth Bond, born in Lee County Iowa 1866, died 1941 and is buried with Alice and baby Irene 1901 in Fairmount # 53464128.
Charles' father William Penn Bond 1843-1929 and mother Emeline (Binford) Bond 1846-1924 are also buried in Fairmount.
Wallace Binford Bond registered in Manzanola, born July 30, 1894 in Denver. He was single, a painter.
Wallace died in San Antonio, Texas in 1968, buried there.
Relatives - from the Bond family Bible
Elmer Carroll Bond was buried in New Garden Quaker Cemetery, Lee Co., Iowa. # 107303462 "son of Wm. P. and E "
Pearl Easton Bond was buried in Canifier, Iowa Cemetery.
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