Memorial and Biographical History of Dallas County, Texas. Page: 372 of 1,110
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HISTORY OF DALLAS COUNTY.
was living at Southport, near Liverpool, and
was left with three children,-John, Walter
and Herbert. John, the eldest, died in England
in 1874, aged twenty-one years. Walter,
still a resident of his native country, is
junior partner of the firm of Montgomery,
Jones thence to Jones
county. In 1889 he came to Dallas, where
he has since been with the Texas Mortgage
and Agency Company.
Mr. Price was married September 17,
1890, to Miss Florence Flinn, daughter of
Alfred Flinn, a ship-owner of Liverpool,
England. They were married in that city,
and came to America on their bridal tour.
Both he and his wife are members of the
Established Church of England.
For one of his age, Mr. Price has had an
extensive traveling experience. Although
comparatively a recent acquisition to Dallas,
he has made many friends here, by all of
whom he is held in high esteem.
D. BOND, who is engaged in the realestate
business in Dallas, has been
identified with the interests of this
city since 1874.
Mr. Bond was born in Harrison county,
Mississippi, in 1854, the third in a.family of
four children born to Rankin and Charity
Josephine (Dale) Bond. His father was a
native of Mississippi and a niember of one
of the prominent early families of the southern
part of that State. He was a stock dealer and
farmer. His death occurred in Pass Christian,
Mississippi, in 1858, of yellow fever.
The mother, a native of Georgia, is still
living and resides with her son, S. D. Bond.
Grandfather Bond was a distinguished politician
in southern Mississippi, and served as
a member of the Legislature.
The subject of our sketch was reared and
educated in Pass Christian, Mississippi,
coming direct from there to Dallas, Texas.
For a few years he worked at the carpenter's
trade, and then began taking contracts in
connection with his building. Then for eight
or ten years he was engaged in the mnercantile
business on Main street. He built and
sold a brick block on McKinney avenue. He
also erected a number of other buildings, and
has been actively engaged in buying and selling
Mr. Bond has taken some interest in the
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Lewis Publishing Company. Memorial and Biographical History of Dallas County, Texas., book, 1892; Chicago, Illinois. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth20932/m1/372/: accessed May 26, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dallas Public Library.