Calling All Condons

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A.C. Delaney, 1983 - Canada - 440 pages
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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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Europe
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Ireland
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Early America
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