Times Picayune 4/1/1896 page2

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Times Picayune 4/1/1896  page2 - van t. M. Lawrence and Fk. Frfu hman. SIRS....
van t. M. Lawrence and Fk. Frfu hman. SIRS. JOHANNA COJfDOJT. "Well done, thou good and faithful ser vant" is applicable in all It implies, to Mrs. Johanna . Condon, whose lease of life ran out yesterday, and who to-day, to-day, to-day, If the good offices of women are crowned 1?) heaven, wears regally her crown. Hers has been a life, spiritually and physical ly happy. She has been an honor to her faith and a credit to her womanhood, and In passing to the other world leaves behind behind children and institutions that Will, ever revere her. . . Mrs. Condon and hfr alarer ram from Limerick.. Ireland, in 1846, and Settled in Bt. Louis. MeeMnor David IT. Hnnilnn boss carpenter there, ahe was married to him and came to this city, her sister remaining remaining in St. Louis. - 1 Mrs. ConriVftn anil h., hnannnil a.-1 a.-1 a.-1 In that portion of the city now, known aa the Fourth district, but waa then Lafa yette, and a separate municipality; Where banquettes are now, at that time were Only Plank walks. She baa hwn a iwai. dent of the district for half a century and nuueweu iu growtn into tne city's garden. garden. Seven son a were born i frm CrtnAnn and every one of these Is a sturdy, stalwart, stalwart, useful and honorable man to-day. to-day. to-day. John, the eldest son. is an engineer in Mammoth City, Utah; David, the aecond son. is owner of the Creole Sliver Mine luPark City, Utah; E. W. Condon, the third son, has been clerk ' of the court at Hoama, La., for the past sixteen years; Kichard and Joseph are In . the employ of Smith Brothers, of this city, and Thomaa and Alphonse are prominent screwmen. .u are creaitame membera of the communities communities in which they live. Mrs. Condon waa on, f h . bers of the chapel that the Bedemptorist f MittuwBueu ou ou Anuiew street. She waa one of tha first tn ov. .n o nri solicit subscriptions for the St. Alpbon-sus Alpbon-sus Alpbon-sus church that stands to-day to-day to-day one of the finest houses of worship in the southern cuuuir, i rum wnere sue will De burled to-day. to-day. to-day. She died at the age of 8 years, being 18 yeara of age when ahe came to this country.

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  2. 01 Apr 1896, Wed,
  3. Page 2

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