Notes for Philip Condit

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Philip Condit and his wife Mary lived in Morris Co., New Jersey. 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 was part of the farm occupied by his descendents, including his great-grandson, the venerable Sylvester R. Whitehead, as late as 1916. It is a noticeable fact that of the large male descent of Philip, none remained living in or near the ancestral home by the turn of the twentieth century.

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