West India merchant
Bond, Pearse & Child dissolved 1843 by John N. Bond, Henry Pearse and W.D. Child
London Gazette 2/5/1843 20220 p. 6
'The London factors were the firm styled in 1779 Robert, Robert and Ebenezer Maitland. Its name underwent many changes: e.g. Ebenezer and John Maitland and John Ede; Maitlands, Ede and Bond; and finally Ede and Bond.'
Retirement of Alexander Maitland from Trade, continuation by Ebenezer Maitland, John Ede and John Bond under the firm of Maitland, Ede and Bond, 1807
Retirement of Ebenezer Maitland, business continued by John Ede and John Bond 1811.
Dissolution of partnership of John Ede and John Bond as West India merchants at 8 Finsbury Place South as Ede and Bond, to be continued as Ede, Bond and Pearse with John Ede, John Bond the younger and Henry Pearse 30/4/1823.
Dissolution of partnership of John Ede, John Bond the younger and Henry Pearse as far as John Ede is concerned, business to be continued by John Bond the younger and Henry Pearse, 01/01/1833.
Dissolution of partnership between Henry Pearse, William Dimsdale Child of London, and Wellwood Maxwell Anderson and Edward Thompson of Jamaica carrying on business together as Merchants, Factors and Agents in the City of London under the firm of Pearse, Child & Co., and in Kingston, Jamaica under the firm of W. M. Anderson and Co. 30/6/1842.
Ulrich B Phillips, 'An Antigua Plantation', North Carolina Historical Review (1926)
London Gazette 16056 15/8/1807 p. 1076.
London Gazette 16482 4/5/1811 p. 835.
London Gazette 17919 3 May 1823 p. 715.
London Gazette 19020 008/02/1833 p. 282.