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Dr Alice Byram Condict
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Birth: 1844
Death: 1917

NOTE: The line is found to trace back to Normandy France Vikings, the King of Brittany, and to at least two signors of the MAGNA CHARTA from the Mary Johnson Condict, Mahlon JOHNSON, Anne VAIL, to Thomas to John VAIL/MARTHA ROSE FITZ RANDOLPH lines of Edward FITZ RANDOLPH, to HUGH BIGOD, TO ROBERT DE BRUS, TO ROLLO, TO RAGNVALD i EYESTEINSOON AND RAGNILD HROLFSDOTTIR OF NORWAY, 800 AD, Normandy France. Source: Mahlon Johnson Assoc. genealogy/book.

Photo of children of Silas Byram Condict: Winthrop Campbell Condict, I, of Wy (upper left), Silas Alden Condict (right, Henry Vail Condict (middle), Dr. Alice Byram Condict (l.l), & Lottie/Charlotte Condict (lower right).
Dr. Alice sailed the world (India & Philippines) as a young physician,missionary & author. She was a physician & missionary ahead of her time, spending some 25 years on/off in India, where she valiantly survived the plague in relief camps. She traveled later to Manilla, Philippines, via Gov. Taft (before he became president), that resulted in her book "Old glory and the Gospel in the Philippines".
Accomplishments as a physician & humanitarian: She was a professor at the N. India Medical school. She founded a rest home for missionaries. She established and maintained a school for street children. And, she had a large private practice in Bombay India.
At age 59, she received a four-year degree from Tufts Medical School, (all in 18 months)! She was accepted as a practicing physician (for war service) at age 74. She devoted her life to Christ and as a physician, and was an active doctor just days before her passing in Orange, NJ at her home.*
She was born in Littleton, NJ, and died in her home in Orange, NJ. She also settled in Ohio for a time, with family, while her brother Winthrop Campbell Condict, I,(in photo), spent time with here there, after leaving his Orange & Morristown, NJ family, and headed West to homestead what would become one of the largest, irrigated cattle ranches of the Rocky Mountains, near Saratoga, Wyoming.

Find A Grave Memorial# 162737900 links the family to the JOHN ALDEN/PRISCILLA MULLINS OF THE MAYFLOWER lines three times with Huldah, Anna & Abigail. 
Family links: 
  Silas Byram Condict (1805 - 1891)
  Mary Johnson Condict (1814 - 1878)
  George Phillips Condict (1833 - 1908)**
  John Elliott Condict (1834 - 1899)**
  Walter Condict (1841 - 1888)*
  Alice Byram Condict (1844 - 1917)
  Jonathan Dickinson Condict (1847 - 1908)*
  Charlotte Ford Condict Lee (1849 - 1920)*
  Silas Alden Condict (1851 - ____)*
  Henry Vail Condict (1853 - 1927)*
  Winthrop Campbell Condict (1856 - 1935)*
*Calculated relationship
"Missionary to India"
Note: Daughter of: Silas Byram & Mary (Johnson) Condict
First Presbyterian Churchyard
Morris County
New Jersey, USA
Maintained by: lifescribe
Originally Created by: Rich H.
Record added: Oct 27, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 12180169
Dr Alice Byram Condict
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Dr Alice Byram Condict
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Dr Alice Byram Condict
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 Added: Oct. 27, 2005

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