|Birth: ||Jul. 8, 1860|
|Death: ||May 25, 1925|
New York County (Manhattan)
New York, USA
Among the departures on the Fuerst Bismarck last Wednesday was a bride of last Saturday, Miss Louise Van Beuren Davis, and her husband, Mr. Alfred Huidekoper Bond, formerly of Boston. The present intention of Mr. and Mrs. Bond is to return to New York in early May and spend part of the summer at the Davis country seat, Mt. Kemble Rd., Morristown, N.J. In the autumn, they will rent or purchase a house in this city, and begin housekeeping on their own account.
New York Herald, 02 Feb 1896, 4th section, p.5, New York, New York.
Members of society in this city have received invitations from Mr. and Mrs. A. Huidekoper Bond of New York, for a dance on March 17 in honor of their debutante daughter, Miss Marie Louise Bond. The decorations will be St. Patrick emblems.
Philadelphia Inquirer, 10 Mar 1917, p.10, Philadelphia, Pa.
The wedding of Edward Stuart Peck, a son of Mrs. Edward Sprague Peck and the late Dr. Peck of this city, and Miss Mary Louise Bond, the daughter of Alfred Huidekoper Bond of 21 East Sixtieth Street, was solemnized at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon in St. Mark's in the Bouwerie, by the rector, the Rev. Dr. William Guthrie.
The bride walked with her father and wore the wedding gown her mother, then Miss Louise van Beuren Davis, wore when she married Mr. Bond.
Owing to the recent death of the bride's mother none but relatives and a few intimate friends were asked to the wedding, and the reception was held at the bride's home.
The New York Times, 16 Feb 1919, New York, New York.
Bond-Suddenly, May 25, in New York City, Alfred Huidekoper, son of the later George and Rebecca Bond, in his sixty-fifth year. Funeral service Wednesday, May 27, at 4 p.m. at the chapel of the Madison Ave. Presbyterian Church, Madison Ave., and 73rd St. Interment private. Kindly omit flowers.
Bond-Alfred Huidekoper, At a special meeting at the Board of Governors of the Calumet Club of the City of New York held May 26, 1925, it was unanimously Resolved, That this board, for and on behalf of the Calumet Club, hereby expresses profound sorrow and grief at the death of Alfred Huidekoper Bond, its former President and for thirty-three years an honored and greatly beloved member.
William A. Greer, President; E. Pierpont Hicks, Secretary.
The New York Times, 27 May 1925, New York, New York.
Rebecca Colhoon Huidekoper Bond (1835 - 1880)
Plot: Sec. 2; Lot 0
Created by: Kathleen B
Record added: Apr 16, 2011
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