Fonda Family Genealogy

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Descendants of Jellis Douw Fonda (1615-1659)

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  • ID: ind03666
  • Name: Anthony Phillip FONDA
  • Given Name: Anthony Phillip
  • Surname: Fonda
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: FEB 1848 in Ephratah, Fulton Co., NY
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  • Death: 17 NOV 1893
  • Age: 45y 9m in Kansas City, MO
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  • Burial: Elmwood Cemetery, Kansas City, MO
  • Note: b. Ephratah, Fulton Co., NY; 1850 US Federal Census, Watervliet, Albany Co., NY; 1860 US Federal Census, Lockport, St. Joseph Co., MI; 1870 & 1880 US Federal Census, Leonidas, St. Joseph, MI; 1874-1881 Leavenworth KS City Directory (Fonda, A P - Lowe, Fonda & Co, commission merchants); 1880 US Federal Census, Kansas City, Jackson Co., MO; 1881 Missouri State Gazetteer and Business Directory (A.P.Fonda & Co., Wholesale Grocers, Kansas City, MO - Anthony P Fonda & Jarvis Johnson); 1889-91 Kansas City, MO Directory (Anthony P Fonda); 1890 Kansas City, KS Directory (Anthony P Fonda); 1890 Denver, CO City Directory (A P Fonda); d. Kansas City, Jackson Co., MO; [Chase Co., KS - Probate, Guardianship, Wills and Miscellaneous Index 1859-1939 - Fonda, A P - Deceased of Jackson Co., MO - Feb 08 1898]; o. Farmer; reportedly captured and released by brother Cornelius, a Confederate soldier; [1890 Veterans Schedules - Veteran's Name: Anthony B Fonda, Home in 1890: Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, Year enlisted: 1862, Year discharged: 1864, Rank: Private]; [enlisted in Co.H, 11th Infantry Regiment Michigan on 21-Feb-1865; promoted to Full Corporal on 04-Mar-1865; promoted to SGT on 16-Jun-1865; mustered out Co.H, 11th Infantry Regiment Michigan on 16-Sep-1865 in Nashville, TN]; [A. P. Fonda Dies Suddenly - He Passes Away In Agony From Heart Disease At The Coates - A Well Known Citizen of Kansas City, Prominent for Many Years - Something About His Life - His Famous Switch Enterprise - The Funeral - A. P. Fonda died suddenly of heart disease at the Coates hotel at 11 o'clock last night. He was well known as a real estate dealer and as the promoter of the Fonda Switch, a railway terminal on the levee, for which the franchise ordinance was pending in the city council many months. Mr. Fonda has been subject to indigestion and a year or two ago took a course of treatment for heart disease. Last night he attended an A. P. A. meeting at the corner of Sixteenth and Penn streets. Supper was served about 10 o'clock and Mr. Fonda ate oysters among other things. He began to feel badly and calling a carriage started for home. While on his way he stopped at a drug store and purchased some simple remedies and telephoned the family physician, Dr. J. D. Robinson, to meet him at his home, No. 211 Garfield avenue. He resumed his journey, but became worse so rapidly that he was forced to stop at the Coates house. Charles Davis, who was with him, led him into the lobby where he sat down, suffering fearful pain. He was soon removed to a bed in one of the sample rooms and Dr. E. T. Phillips who happened to be in the house, attended him, but help came too late and fifteen minutes after he entered the house he was dead. Mrs. Fonda was sent for and came accompanied by Dr. Robinson, but was too late to see her husband alive. Cornoner Langsdale held a postmortem at Stine's undertaking establishment today and decided that an expansion of the aorta was the immediate cause of death. Mr. Fonda left two children, Guy, aged 15, and Enid, 7 years of age. Besides his realty, Mr. Fonda had a paving coal mine at Calhoun, Henry county. In this state and was a large owner in a silver mine in Colorado, which until the repeal of the Sherman law, yielded very large returns. He also owned considerable railway stock. Mr. Fonda was about ten years ago in the wholesale grocery business on Delaware street, between Fourth and Fifth streets, in partnership with the late Jarvis Johnson. He was subsequently in the wholesale commission business under the firm name of Fonda & Biddle, and also Fonda & Gump. Of late years he had been engaged in promoting large enterprises and in the pursuit of his occupation crossed the ocean many times and negotiated financial paper in London and continental Europe. He was very successful and amassed a large fortune. Mr. Fonda served in the federal army during the war and was said to have been the youngest captain in the service. After the war he represented the United States government for several years in special war department business in Europe and was much of his time in France. He grew tired of the army and returned to the United States, studied law and was admitted to the bar but abandoned this profession for business pursuits. He was a great lover of fast horses and at one time owned considerable racing stock. Arrangements for the funeral are being made today. It will probably take place Monday afternoon. Mr. Fonda was a member of the Kansas City chapter of Masons. His home, at 211 Garfield avenue, had recently been added to and rebuilt and was one of the most elegant in the city. He was highly esteemed as a friend and hundreds called today to offer condolence. 1893-11-18 Kansas City Star]; [Funeral of A. P. Fonda - The funeral of A. P. Fonda, who died suddenly at the Costes house late Friday night, will take place from the home of the deceased, at 211 Garfield avenue, tomorrow afternoon. Last evning the body was removed from Stine's undertaking rooms, where it was first takne to the family home. The funeral will be in charge of Kansas City chapter, Royal Arch Masons, of which Mr. Fonda was a member. Services will be held at the house just previous to the funeral by Rev. H. C. Stanton, pastor of the First Presbyterian church. Masonic services will be held at the cemetery. The interment will take place at Elmwood cemetery. Coroner Langsdale yesterday held an autopsy on Fonda's body. Death was found to have been caused by heart disease. Kansas City Times (Kansas City, MO), Sunday, November 19, 1893] >> www.fonda.org <<



    Father: Jesse Cornelius FONDA b: 17 JUL 1812 in New York
    Mother: Sara Tyrrel FREY b: 06 SEP 1807 in New York

    Marriage 1 Laura D. WIER b: FEB 1855 in Canada
      Children
      1. Has Children Anthony Phillip FONDA Esq. b: 30 MAR 1878 in Leavenworth, KS
      2. Has No Children Enid M. FONDA b: 11 SEP 1887 in Missouri

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