John Lupia submitted the following information from the online draft of his book of numismatic biographies for this week's installment of his series. Thanks! As always, this is an excerpt with the full article and bibliography available online. This week's subject is New Jersey collector/dealer Frank H. Bond.
Frank Howard Bond (1853-1919), was born on February 21, 1853 at Trenton, Mercer, County, New Jersey, son of Joseph W. Bond (1821-1875), a native of New Jersey and a merchant, and Cornelia Aumack Bond (1828-), also a native of New Jersey.
On September 25, 1879, he married Mary Barnes (1855-1929).
In 1900, they moved to Collingswood, Camden County, New Jersey.
In the 1910 US Census he was listed as a cashier in a Spice Factory, and lived at 609 Park Avenue, Collingswood, Camden County, New Jersey.
On April 13, 1914, he incorporated the Greater Collingswood Building and Loan Association, as the president.
The 1915 New Jersey State Census lists him living at Park Avenue, Collingswood, New Jersey.
He died in 1919. He is buried in Arlington Cemetery, Pennsauken, Camden County, New Jersey.
To read the complete article, see:
BOND, FRANK HOWARD
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