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41. Rebecca ADAMSON was born about 1794 in Indiana. She died in 1850 at the age of 56. She was buried in Knightlinger Cemetery, Knox County, Illinois.

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Rebecca married Mathius Condry, 12 Jan 1812, Grainger Co, TN

Rebecca ADAMSON and Mathew or Mathias CONDREAY were married on 5 January 1812 in Grainger County, Tennessee. Mathew or Mathias CONDREAY was born in 1788 in Grainger County, Tennessee. He died in 1843 at the age of 55 in Yates City, Knox County, Illinois. He was buried in Knightlinger Cemetery, Knox County, Illinois.

Rebecca ADAMSON and Mathew or Mathias CONDREAY had the following children:

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Margaret "Peggy" CONDREAY was born in 1818 in Grainger County, Tennessee. She died in 1870 at the age of 52 in Lyon County, Kansas.

Married Arnold Franklin Cabbage (1803-1883)

Buried Wilmington Cemetery, Harveyville, Wabaunsee Co., Kansas., as is her husband.

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Dennis CONDREAY was born in 1822 in Grainger County, Tennessee. He died in July 1884 at the age of 62 in Westville, Adair County, Oklahoma.

Dennis's first wife was Naomi E. "Nancy" Thurman, believed to be the daughter of John Allen Thurman and Alice Bailes. Nancy was first married to William H. Merryman, 28 Jul 1829, Highland Co Ohio - there were three children. She married Dennis Condreay, 3 Mar 1844, Knox Co IL and they had one daughter, Rebecca, born 1845. Apparently they divorced. Nancy married a third time to John B. Strange III, 7 Jul 1849, Knox, IL and had four more children. Her name is Naomi on her gravestone (but the picture of the stone shows her as N. E. Strange), Amy on her first marriage, Nancy and Omi in other place. See 1850 census, Knox Co IL, and 1860, Louisa Co, Iowa. Said to be age 98 when she died in 1896, but that would make her several years older than Dennis - it also suggests she was past child-bearing age when some of her children were born. I suspect this is a case of a very old persons' age being exaggerated.

Married 2nd Catherine Olson, 22 Dec 1859, Weller, Henry Co, IL. They had several more children.

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Abel P. CONDREAY.

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James William CONDREAY was born on 25 December 1825 in Grainger County, Tennessee. He died on 26 September 1876 at the age of 50 in Yates City, Knox County, Illinois.

Married Mary Elizabeth Prosser, daughter of Rober Prosser and Catherin Brink. She was born 10 Jan 1828, Richland Co, Ohio; died 20 Feb 1894, Yates City, Knox Co, IL. They were married on 12 Nov 1846 at Elmwood, Peoria Co, IL. Buried together at Knightlinger Cemetery, Knox Co, IL

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Edmund Phillip CONDREAY was born on 15 October 1829 in Jackson County, Indiana. He died on 28 September 1909 at the age of 79 in Chester, Major County, Oklahoma.

Edmund was a Private, Union, 89th Regiment, Illinois Infantry,Co G from Henry County, Illinoi, The Illinois archives states he was a deserter, however, he was in a hospital in Louisville, Kentucky when his Company departed. He was left behind and put in a different company when he was released from the hospital. 80% of the men in his old company died in the confederate prison camp in Andersonville, Georgia.

Married first, Lovina Rebecca Thurman, 9 Nov 1848, Knox Co, IL - married by Jacob Knightlinger, JP. She was another daughter of John Allen Thurman and Alice, or Elsa, Bailes. Lovina was born 11 Mar 1826, Richland Co, OH; died 26 Apr 1850, Keokuk Co, Iowa.
Edmund married second to Rebecca Blacker, 28 Dec 1851, Keokuk Co, Iowa. Rebecca was the daughter of Robert M. Blacker and Anna A. Abraham. She was born 3 Aug 1828 in Ohio, died 29 Jul 1900, Chester, Major Co, OK
He married a third time to Helen Watson, 19 Feb 1903, Blaine, Oklahoma.

He is buried Chester Cemetery, Major Co, OK, with second wife Rebecca.

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Susan CONDREAY was born in 1833 in Jackson County, Indiana. She died on 10 November 1886 at the age of 53 in Pawnee Rock, Barton County, Kansas.

Married Henry Fry. She was aged 51 years, 7 months, when she died. Buried Pawnee Rock Cemetery, Barton Co, Kansas.