23 Jun 1885 Waverly Watchman

23 Jun 1885 Waverly Watchman

2 Sep 1884 Waverly Watchman

3 Sep 1885 Waverly Watchman

19 Nov 1885 Waverly Watchman

Located on what was his farm and is now known as Hatfield cemetery.  From Waverly go east on Rt. 335 to Higby road and go to 1145 Higby Road. Cemetery Is on Hill behind and to the left of barn.  Cemetery is in bad shape. Latitude 39.1697  Longitude -82.9006  

photo by Tyrone Hemry taken February 2011

CONDON, REDMOND, “The death of Redmond Condon, Sr. which occurred at Omega Monday Morning, removes another of this county’s oldest and most prominent citizens. For many years he has been known as Jackson township’s most influential and wealthy citizens and his death at the age of 83 years leaves a large fortune to be divided among his heirs. He never married, but in recent years made his home with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. French. Funeral services were held Wednesday. Rev. Matheney officiating, after which his remains were buried in the family burring ground near Omega.”  2 Sep 1899 The Waverly News

 3 Sep 1885 Waverly Watchman

8 April 1886 Waverly Watchman

Foster - Corwin wedding 21 Nov 1882 Waverly Watchman

 21 Jan 1886 Waverly Watchman 

Sharonville (now Omega) and Jackson Township, Pike Co., OH in the 1800's

 Sep 2, 1884 Waverly Watchman

1867 - Jan 1886  Buried in Omega cemetery section C  

 14 Jan 1886 Waverly Watchman

CONDON, RAMSON J., “son of James Condon of Sharonville, a worthy and intelligent young man, died last Thursday from an attack of brain fever. His age was about 20 years. The funeral occurred on Saturday,” 15 Jan 1886 The Republican

 25 Feb 1886 Waverly Watchman

18 May 1885 Waverly Watchman

 22 Apr 1886 Waverly Watchman

25 Mar 1886 Waverly Watchman

Waverly, former Oil Distributer

photo by Tyrone Hemry

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Foster - Corwin Wedding 7 Nov 1882 Waverly Watchman

Clark Condon 11 Jul 1882 Waverly Watchman

21 Jul 1885 Waverly Watchman