Calling All Condons
Thomas Condon (d.1839), possibly an Irish immigrant, served in Pennsylvania and New York with the British Army during the Revolu- tionary War, settled in St. John, New Brunswick in 1783, and moved to Binbrook, Ontario in 1809/1810. Descendants and relatives lived in New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Ontario, Saskatchewan and elsewhere. Some descendants immigrated to Michigan, Wisconsin and elsewhere in the United States.
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acres Agnes Ann Condon Annie April attended Baird Belding Bertha Bill Condon Binbrook Binbrook Township born 19 born 22 born 30 Brant County Brantford Township brother Brunswick Bryan Canada Cannon Township castle Cemetery Charles child Church concession Condon died CONDON was born daughter David divorced Donna Dorothy Elizabeth Essie farm father Fletcher Ford Frank Condon Fred Freel Gage George graduated Grand Rapids Hazel Henry Hawley Hubbell Invermay Ionia County Ireland James John Condon Johnson July June Kent County Knight Lafferty Condon land lived lot number Lovina Lowell High School Lyle March Margaret marriage Mary Condon Michael Michigan Mildred mother moved Newfoundland Ontario Otisco Township Patrick Phyllis Pottruff Repik resided Richard Robert Robson Rochus Ruth Rymal Sarah Sask Sept sister Smith Smyrna sons Stephens Stewart Susan Thomas Condon Township VandenBroeck Vergennes Vergennes Township Warwick Wentworth County wife William Woolley