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David William Conder
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Birth: 1841
Death: Dec. 20, 1913

s/o Greenbury & Sarah C. (Sare) Conder

h/o (m.1) Perlina E. Brooksteen/Brookshear/Brookshire (m. 9 December 1860, Monroe County, Indiana)
f/o Leary John Conder

h/o (m.2) Mary Catharine Long (m. 14 January 1868 Monroe County, Indiana)
f/o Rose J. Conder

h/o (m.3) Columbia Hessin (m. 14 April 1881, Monroe County, Indiana)

h/o Mary Jane (?) Rumple (m. 25 July 1897, Monroe County, Indiana)
Bloomington (Monroe County, Indiana) Daily Telephone, December 20, 1913, p. 1
(Note: Consider "Conder" as an alternate spelling for "Condor.")

Sudden Death
David W. Condor
Stricken at His Home With Out Warning

Deaths summons was sudden and unexpected to David W. Condor this morning, when with only a few moments warning he died at his home on north Rogers street, from apoplexy, his aged wife by his bedside.

In keeping with his usual custom, Mr. Condor got up early this morning and went about his duties in the general store he owns on the corner of 6th and Rogers street, his special work being to render some lard. It was about 9 oclock when he told Wm. Thrasher, in charge of the meat market, that he was not feeling well, and said he would go to his home just across the street. Upon entering the house he told Mrs. Condor that he was very sick about the stomach, and asked her to assist him to bed. She did so as quickly as possibly, and he had only laid down when without word he seemed to lose consciousness and peacefully passed away.

Mr. Condor had not been complaining, in fact he seemed to feel unusually well for one of 73 years, and went about his business as a merchant with good cheer and making no complaint. He was a devoute(sic) Methodist, a member of Fairview church, and only yesterday was talking with Rev. Kroft of the church work. This morning he worked as usual, bit did not seem to overdo himself.

Mr. Condor moved from near Stanford to Bloomington, and for a time was in business in the room now occupied by the turner 5 and 10 store, and for some time has owned the stock on the corner of Rogers and 6th street. He was a citizen of standing, so that his sudden death is quite a shock to the community.

A wife survives, also the following children: Luther, on west 6th; Lary(sic) of Jasonville; Harley of Bloomfield; Mrs. Wm. Anderson near Needmore, and step children are: Wm, Fred, Edward and Nora Rumple of this city and Mrs. David Allen west of town.

As yet no arrangements have been made as to the funeral.
Bloomington (Monroe County, Indiana) Daily Telephone, December 22, 1913, p. 2

Funeral of David W. Conder

Funeral of D.W. Conder, who died suddenly at his home on Rogers street, Saturday morning, was held at the residence today at 10:30 in charge of Rev. Kroft. Interment was at Rose Hill. Pall bearers were the sons and stepsons: Luther, Lary and Harley Conder; Wm., Fred and Edward Rumple.
Burial Records state - CONDER, DAVID W / Date of Death - 12/20/1913 / Last Residence - (Blank) / Place of Birth - (Blank) / Age - 72 / Gender - M / Cemetery - Rose Hill / Section and Lot - Spencer Addition, 8
Early Death Records Database, CONDER, David W / Date: 20 December 1913 / Age: 72 / Book/Page/Record: (Blank) / County: Monroe / State: IN / Cemetery: (Blank) / More Info: (Blank)
Misc Newspaper Clippings:

a.) Bloomington (Monroe County, Indiana) Republican Progress, March 30, 1892, p. 3
(Note: Consider "Conder" as an alternate spelling for "Condor.")

A family vault is being constructed in the city cemetery for D. W. Condor of Van Buren tp.

b.) Bloomington (Monroe County, Indiana) Courier, March 1, 1898, p. 1.
(Note: Consider "Conder" as an alternate spelling for "Condor.")

D. W. Condor has purchased the livery stable of Ab. Howard and is now in possession. Mr. Howard is arranging to go into the same business in Worthington.

c.) Bloomington (Monroe County, Indiana) Evening World, February 13, 1905, p.4

D.W. Conder, the well known grocer, is sick with grip at his home on west Sixth street. 
Family links: 
  Mary Jane Conder (1853 - 1946)
Note: Birth date calculated using death date and age
Rose Hill Cemetery
Monroe County
Indiana, USA
Plot: Spencer Addition, Lot 8
Created by: genealogyfever
Record added: Jul 06, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 39125397
David William Conder
Added by: Uncle Bob
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