NameCharlotte Smith7,454,422,455
Birth25 Sep 1782, Essex Co., New Jersey456
DeathDec 1854, Little Sioux, Harrison Co., Iowa46
FatherObadiah Smith (1739-1829)
MotherHannah Morris (1740-)
Spouses
Birth1767/1768, Orange, Essex Co., New Jersey7
Deathabt 1820, Orange, Essex Co., New Jersey7,453
FatherCaptain Jonathan Condit , 16 (1736-1823)
MotherJemima Condit , 33 (1736->1812)
Marriage3 Feb 1803, Essex Co., New Jersey457,458
ChildrenNancy , 1641 (~1803-1836)
 Amos William , 1642 (1804-1847)
 Hannah Smith , 1643 (1808-1879)
 Eliza , 1644 (1809-1907)
 Jane Perrie , 1645 (1812-1854)
 Sarah A. , 1646 (1816-1885)
 Ruth , 1647 (~1816-1839)
 Silas Whitehead , 1648 (1819-1879)
Notes for Charlotte Smith
Found in the 1850 census in Wapello, Louisa Co., Iowa with her daughter Eliza Kent.455
“Charlotte Smith wife of Jeptha Condit died Dec 1854 at the home of her son Silas W. Condit near Little Sioux, Iowa.”459
Parker Smith Condit, in a brief autobiography, reports that she died at their house in Little Sioux. His father, Silas, made a box to keep her body in for three weeks until they could take her 22 miles to be buried where others were buried.
JR Burnet's Manuscripts BX p 86-7; Jeptha Condit "between the Mts" married Charlotte Smith dau of Obadiah Smith of Northfield. Headsones at Centreville. 456
Information 1718-1928 The First Church of Orange , page 86. Esther Weygandt Powell, Tombsone Inscriptions and Other Records of Delaware County Ohio , page 35.
Notes for Jeptha (Spouse 1)
Was probably born after his brother Jonathan as his father’s will lists them in the order Isaac, Simon, Jonathan, and then Jeptha.
Jeptha is listed on the “List of the Rateable Proper” in the Township of Orange for for the following years:
1820 Condit, Jeptha Mountain Land 20, Cattle 2, tax $1.19
1821 Condit, Jeptha died estate Mountain Land 20, tax $.50
1822 Condit, Jeptha, estate of Mountain Land 20, Cattle 1, tax $.60
Jotham H. Condit’s book dated Aug 6, 1882 , page 131, “Jeptha Bo about 1766 or 7 died from kick of a horse 1820/24” Based on the “Rateable’s” he probably died in 1820.
Supposedly served in the Revolutionary War as a private although not listed under Jeptha in "Official Register of the Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Revolutionary War, compiled by William S. Stryker, revised by James Campbell, 1967." Could possibly be Japhia, Japhsah, or Japtha. Listed in Captain Squires Company, History of Essex & Hudson County, pg 34. Pension application 5975??
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