Fred Bond (June 30, 1856 - August 14, 1903) was a surveyor, cartographer, and draftsman active in Iowa and Wyoming during the second half of the 19th century. Bone was born in Sioux City Iowa, to which his mother and farther emigrated from Ohio and Pennsylvania, respectively. He studied at the University of Iowa, from which graduated on June 23, 1880. Following his education, he worked as a bookkeeper and clerk at a wholesale shop in Des Moines, before moving to Cheyenne, Wyoming to take a draftsman's position at the regional surveyor-general's office. In 1889, he became the city engineer of Cheyenne, constructing the city's viaduct and water-works. In 1893 he relocated to Buffalo, Wyoming, where he served also served as city engineer, constructing another waterworks. Returning to Cheyenne, he became the Chief Clerk in the U.S. Surveyor's office there until July of 1899, when he was appointed Wyoming State Engineer. He remained active until at least 1903. He had a twin brother, Frank Bond, who also served as a surveyor and draftsman with the General Land Office in Cheyenne.