|Birth: ||Jun. 6, 1853|
|Death: ||Jun. 6, 1933|
Monroe's family moved to AR in 1869 and lived in Mountain Home until he was grown. He spent about 2 years in the cattle business in Western OK, MO, and AR when he decided to settle in Scott County. In December of 1878, he married Annie and two or three years later he bought a farm about two and a half miles from Mansfield on Rock Creek. They lived there several years.
In the early 1900's Monroe bought a house in Mansfield, but he didn't like that house so he traded for one at 207 South Second Avenue. This is the home that he willed to his son, Pete, since he was the only one not married and had stayed there and cared for Monroe and Annie.
Monroe was a carpenter, and he taught his oldest son, Sular, the trade. They built many houses in Mansfield and the surrounding area. Monroe had a carpentry shop at his home and built many things from furniture to coffins.
The family was also very musical and several of the children played different instuments. Often on a Saturday evening they would all gather at the Condry home and enjoy music together.
Marion Annie Georgeanna Sudduth Condry (1862 - 1954)*
Sular Mazard Condry (1880 - 1975)*
Chevis C. Condry (1883 - 1961)*
John Rogers Condry (1886 - 1974)*
Tempie Marian Condry Cantrell (1888 - 1985)*
William Joseph Condry (1891 - 1961)*
Paul Seth Condry (1893 - 1983)*
Lucy Condry (1898 - 1905)*
Silas Pete Condry (1899 - 1993)*
Avil Zelia Condry Gillam (1905 - 1995)*
Pleasant Grove Cemetery #1 and #2
Created by: Ruth Jenkins-McIntire
Record added: Apr 12, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 18893352