Family Card - Person Sheet
Family Card - Person Sheet
NameJotham Condit8,2389, 1626
Birth17 Jul 1794, Essex Co., New Jersey8
Death3 Feb 1875, Delaware Co., Ohio8,2390
BurialTrenton Cemetery, Sunbury, Delaware Co., Ohio2391
FatherSimon Condit , 162 (1761-1839)
MotherHannah Pierson (1763-1816)
Birth3 Oct 1796, Orange, Essex Co., New Jersey8
Death8 Oct 1823, Essex Co., New Jersey8,605
Memoaged 26.9.13
BurialOld Burying Grounds (1st Presbyterian Church), Orange, Essex Co., New Jersey605
FatherJoel Condit , 115 (~1753-1833)
MotherSarah Wheeler , 341 (~1758-)
Birth3 Oct 1796, Hanover Neck, Morris Co., New Jersey8
Death21 Apr 1885, Condit, Delaware Co., Ohio8,2392,2393
Memoaged 88y 6m 18d
BurialTrenton Cemetery, Sunbury, Delaware Co., Ohio2382
FatherTimothy Mulford III (1772-1823)
MotherSusan Kitchell (1776-1855)
Marriage22 Jan 1825, Hanover, Essex Co., New Jersey2394,2390
ChildrenJohn Kitchel , 1626 1 (1825-1849)
 Mary Jane , 1626 2 (1827-1906)
 Susan M. (Died as Infant), 1626 3 (1830-1831)
 Whitfield Smith , 1626 4 (1834-1914)
 Elias James (Twin), 1626 5 (1837-1905)
 Susan Elizabeth (Twin), 1626 6 (1837-1898)
Notes for Jotham Condit
He was one of the early residents of Trenton Township, Delaware County, Ohio, whose virtue, industry and Christian character left their imprint on the society of that locality, now noted for the independent integrity of its inhabitants. He emigrated to Ohio from New Jersey in 1835 with his family. Before his emigration he carried on the business of a tanner and currier, his partner in that occupation being Alvin P. Condit, a younger brother. He had been successful in his native State, and on his arrival in Ohio entered a large tract of land and occupied, with his family, a cabin previously erected on his purchase. "Grit" was the prevailing element of character displayed by the early settlers of Trenton Township, and by it Jotham added to his farm, from time to time, until it embraced fifteen hundred acres. He erected a sawmill near his home, which he operated thirty years, and afterwards, until his death, was extensively engaged in raising cattle and sheep. He embraced religion while yet in New Jersey, and after his removal to Ohio was a useful member of the Trenton church. He died of pneumonia.8
Served in Capt. Stephen D. Day’s Co., New Jersey military during the War of 1812 and received two bounty land warrants in Ohio.2394,2390
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Created 16 Jan 2023 by David E. Condit with Reunion for the Macintosh

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