Family Card - Person Sheet
Family Card - Person Sheet
NameByram Condict8,4503, 282
Birth22 Aug 1771, Morristown, Morris Co., New Jersey8,4504
Baptism22 Sep 1771, 1st Presbyterian Church, Morristown, Morris Co., New Jersey2029
Death7 Aug 1816, Green River, Ohio Co., Kentucky8,4504
Memodrowned in river
FatherPeter Condict III , 28 (<1744-1774)
MotherAnna “Annie” Byram (1750-1826)
Birth16 Oct 1774, Morristown, Morris Co., New Jersey8,4504
Death27 Apr 1855, Kentucky4504,8
FatherPhilip Lindsley (1736-1820)
MotherMary McFaeren (-1812)
Marriage24 Dec 1792, Morristown, Morris Co., New Jersey8
ChildrenAnna , 2821 (1793-)
 Peter , 2822 (1795-1847)
 Sarah “Sally” , 2823 (1798-1854)
 Jacob Lindley , 2824 (1800-1869)
 Philip Lindley , 2825 (1803-1836)
 Edward Byram Lewis , 2826 (1809-1877)
 Emeline , 2827 (1815-)
Notes for Byram Condict
In May 1805 Byram Condit and his family of 5 or 6 children came to Kentucky escorting his mother back from New Jersey. He settled on the Green River in Ohio Co., Kentucky in a village called Point Pleasant. Byram established a ferry on the Green River known at this day as “Condit’s Ferry” at the Condit settlement. About the year 1817 or 18 he was drowned at his own ferry on a stormy night attempting to cross the river.39
In the 1810 census there is one female 16-25 unknown, is this another child of Byram or someone else?4503
10 August 1805: Thomas Turner & wife Eleanor of George Town, Washington Co., District of Columbia to Byram Condict of Morris Co., NJ4509
Mentioned in his Uncle Ebenezer Cundict’s will.966
Will Extract:
Condict, Bryan. July 7, 1815. Oct 1816. Wife: Polly. Children: Anna Elliott, Peter, Sally, Jacob, Philip, Edward, Emeline, 100 acres of land to each. To nephew Daniel Lindley, 120 acres, 50 free and 70 at $2 per acre. Ex: wife, sons Peter, John. Wit: David Condict, Benjamin Humphrey.4510
June 9, 1807 Ohio Co., Kentucky Court Proceedings: “On motion of Byram Conduit, ordered that a ferry be established across Green River nearly opposite Cornwall’s Landing on lands of said Conduit. Whereupon the said Conduit together with Uzal Conduit his security, entered into bond in the penalty of 20L conditioned as the law directs. Ordered that John D. Coffee and Bryam Condit may receive four pence 1/2 for the ferrage of a man and horse over their ferry and nine pence of man and hourse, and no more.”4511
Notes for Mary “Polly” (Spouse 1)
In 1820 census she has one male 16-25 extra who is unknown.4505
She seems to be in her son Jacob’s household in 1830 and 1840.
Living in the household of son Jacob in the 1850 census in District 2, Ohio Co., Kentucky.39
Last Modified 7 Jul 2018Created 16 Jan 2023 using Reunion for Macintosh
Created 16 Jan 2023 by David E. Condit with Reunion for the Macintosh

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