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Re: Frederick James BOND
« Reply #9 on: Thursday 08 October 20 13:01 BST (UK) »
All of this has been helpful. At least I know now that I could maybe order a certificate or 2 to rule that person out.


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Re: Frederick James BOND
« Reply #10 on: Friday 09 October 20 00:31 BST (UK) »
The 1911 UK census (on Ancestry.com.au) has the family as follows:
Joseph Bond   occ. Carter on farm/labourer
Polly Bond  wife
George Bond
Frederick Bond.
Plus mother in law.  Living in 4 rooms.
(This is not the family of a son who goes to University to be a Minister of religion surely in Queensland ?)
Also Polly Bond died 1919 : ref Bond Polly 41 Chipping N. 3a   1682    
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Re: Frederick James BOND
« Reply #11 on: Friday 09 October 20 00:54 BST (UK) »
The 1911 UK census (on Ancestry.com.au) has the family as follows:
Joseph Bond   occ. Carter on farm/labourer
Polly Bond  wife
George Bond
Frederick Bond.
Plus mother in law.  Living in 4 rooms.
(This is not the family of a son who goes to University to be a Minister of religion surely in Queensland ?)
Also Polly Bond died 1919 : ref Bond Polly 41 Chipping N. 3a   1682   

Hi

I was not aware that RChat had changed its rule about the 1911 census.  What reference number for that please.

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Re: Frederick James BOND
« Reply #12 on: Friday 09 October 20 01:37 BST (UK) »
This is the ship's record/documents of the Hobson's Bay which sailed on 31 March 1925
https://recordsearch.naa.gov.au/SearchNRetrieve/Interface/ViewImage.aspx?B=414127

It has a break-down of the immigrants according to which scheme they were part of and which state they were travelling to.

For Queensland it has : (p23)
   Nominees 10 cases 21 souls
   Farm apprentices 18
   Church Army nominated farm labourers 9

Unfortunately I can't see a list of names corresponding to these schemes for Queensland. 

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Re: Frederick James BOND
« Reply #13 on: Friday 09 October 20 03:21 BST (UK) »
Frederick is on page 17 as a Church Army nominated farm learner.

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Re: Frederick James BOND
« Reply #14 on: Friday 09 October 20 03:28 BST (UK) »
Thanks Debra  :)   I thought he should be there - checked twice - but very poor eyesight  :(
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Re: Frederick James BOND
« Reply #15 on: Friday 09 October 20 03:31 BST (UK) »
If this is the same person he wasn't an ordained minister.

Answering Mr. McElroy, Bond said that he was not a registered minister. He was "ordained by the scriptures of the gospel."

https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/98587160

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Re: Frederick James BOND
« Reply #16 on: Friday 09 October 20 03:47 BST (UK) »
Hobsons Bay, departure from London, 21 March 1925
3rd class passage
Ticket 12877 is for Fred. J BOND,  last UK address recorded as: Daisy Bank, Chadlington, Nr Charlbury.  He was contracted to land at Brisbane (as in the capital city of Queensland).  He was aged 16 and a Carter.

Hobsons Bay, incoming passenger list as at Fremantle 1 May 1925 (ie the first port of call on the Australian continent).  Page 7 of 7 is for a ‘List of Oversea Passengers Landing at Brisbane.
The list is in alpha by surname order.
BOND Fred  (no other info displayed for him or any of the other passengers)


https://recordsearch.naa.gov.au/SearchNRetrieve/Interface/SearchScreens/PassengerSearch.aspx   enter barcode 12260874   



https://www.qld.gov.au/recreation/arts/heritage/archives The index has Frederick James BOND per Hobsons Bay 1925.

https://www.data.qld.gov.au/dataset/immigration-1922-to-1940/resource/4ec2d8c1-da1d-496e-b244-ff34973f4834

http://www.archivessearch.qld.gov.au/Search/ItemDetails.aspx?ItemId=18761  At that link you can request a digital copy or you can request to view in the Reading Room at the State Archives of Queensland.  ( item details : Queensland State Archives, Item ID ITM18761)


A Fred J BOND’s death was registered at Granville NSW in 1933. (Add, not your chap, as he was noted as aged 66 on the NSW BDM online index).

There is also a Fred J BOND as a letter writer to the editor of the Northern Star, Lismore NSW from around 1932 to around 1946. https://trove.nla.gov.au/search/advanced/category/newspapers

By around 1949 George Robert and Isabel Deborah NIPPER were both listed as at 9 Mitchell St, Tighes Hill.   In 1958 the electoral roll for Wickham has Isabel Deborah NIPPER still at that address, and also at that address was Frederick James BOND, a minister of the gspl. (gspl would be abbreviation for gospel).    It was not unusual for lay members of the various protestant denominations to find local families to provide board and lodging for their pastors, who often may have needed to find part time secular work to provide for their daily living expenses.   In the 1950s in NSW there were severe housing shortages in urban areas. 

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Re: Frederick James BOND
« Reply #17 on: Friday 09 October 20 05:14 BST (UK) »
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Just found  on TROVE   https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/98974359 

Northern Star 15.8.1942 page 4, Frederick James Booth  a market gardener  regarding Exception to Military training due to religious beliefs. He  stated that he was Born in a British Country, I wonder if that means he was born in Britain 

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