Family Card - Person Sheet
Family Card - Person Sheet
NameMary Day8
Birth1713, Newark, Essex Co., New Jersey8,856
Death30 Sep 1785, Morristown, Morris Co., New Jersey8,856,859
BurialFirst Presbyterian Churchyard, Morristown, Morris Co., New Jersey856,858
BirthApr 1709, Newark, Essex Co., New Jersey850
Death23 Dec 1801, Morristown, Morris Co., New Jersey850,856,857,849
Memoaged 92 yrs 8 mos.
BurialFirst Presbyterian Churchyard, Morristown, Morris Co., New Jersey856,858,850
FatherPeter Cundict (Condit) (1673-1714)
MotherMary Harrison (~1674-1761)
ChildrenAbigail , 61 (1736-<1800)
 Jabez , 62 (1739-1804)
 Zenas , 63 (1741-1776)
 Mary , 64 (1743-1821)
 Rebecca , 65 (1746-1805)
 Abner , 66 (1749-1837)
 Ezekiel (Died as Child), 67 (1751->1751)
 Philip , 68 (1753-1784)
 Hannah , 69 (1756-1840)
Notes for Philip (Spouse 1)
They lived in Morris County, N. J., and in 1742, at the organization of the First Presbyterian Church at Morristown, he and his wife were among its members, of which church he soon after became an elder. His children were baptized there, and his life was identified with the early years of its existence. While the lineage of his brothers were quite frequently represented in public and civil affairs, as well as in mechanical pursuits, Philip's descendants have been more conspicuous in the church and in society, and have had a continuous representation in the Morristown Church since its organization. Five of the grandsons of Philip were prominent in the early years of Presbyterianism in Western Pennsylvania, and three grandchildren and a great-grandson were among those who laid the foundation of the Presbyterian Church at Jersey, Ohio. A great-grandson, Rev. Philip Condit, was the first Presbyterian minister in a group of several counties in Northwestern Ohio, where he organized four churches, and later in life organized the church at Pleasant Grove, Ore., where he died. His son represented that Presbytery in the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in 1883. A large number of the male descendants of Philip have been either ministers, elders or deacons in the church.
Philip purchased from Josiah Stanbrough one hundred acres of land three miles west of Morristown, for "sixty pounds, current money of the Province of New Jersey, eight shillings per ounce." The deed is dated "29th day of November, in the twenty-third year of his Majesty's reign, King George the Second, of Great Britain, 1749." This land in regular descent is part of the farm occupied by his great-grandson, the venerable Sylvester R. Whitehead, now in the ninetieth year of his age. Philip died Dec. 23, 1801, aged 92 years. His wife died Sept. 30, 1785. It is a noticeable fact that of the large male descent of Philip, none are now known to be living in or near their ancestral home.8
Will extract:
1800, April 3. Condict, Philip, of Morristown, Morris Co.; will of. Daughters (names not given), personal estate divided between them; daughter, Abigail's share to be divided between her children. Son, Jabez, all my lands. Executors—son, Jabez, and Onismus Whitehead. Witnesses—Ezra Owen, Ezekiel Condict, Silas Condict. Proved Jan. 21, 1802. Lib. 39, p. 533.
1802 Jan. 6. Inventory $735.16; made by Henry Axtell and Matthias Lum, Jr. File 1098 N.860
On the list of Freeholders, Hanover Township, Morris County on 31 Aug 1752.623
Last Modified 28 Jun 2020Created 16 Jan 2023 using Reunion for Macintosh
Created 16 Jan 2023 by David E. Condit with Reunion for the Macintosh

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