Condren Family History
in Pictures & Documents

by Mike Condren

Mary Jane Yadon Condren
My Great-Great-Grandmother
An article about her appeared in the Spring 1967 issue of The Key: Official Publication of the South Sebastian County Historical Society.

Mary Elizabeth Pigg Condren
My Great-Grandmother

My Grandparents
Stewart Morton & Agatha May Banks Condren

Condren Family snap shots during the days on the farm in Excelsior.

Sand Ridge School

Sand Ridge School
The young girl indicated by the arrow is Georgia Condren and the young man at the front is Stewart Milton Condren
This appears to be the crew of miners at the Peerless No.1 at Excelsior in 1941. My grandfather, Stewart Morton Condren, is on the first row, third from the right, behind the man kneeling. My grandfather worked for the mine before my grandparents moved to Ft. Smith shortly before I was born in 1942.

This is their home at 923 South 21st in Ft. Smith. They lived here until my grandmother Condren was committed Med-I-Home nursing home in 1977.

Georgia Condren Skinner Stewart Milton Condren Lavern Condren Graham

Condren Grandkids: me, Sonny Skinner, and Wyona Skinner

My Grandmother May Condren, her sister Jewel Banks, and young Jana Skinner in the 923 So. 21st home at Christmas ?

L to r: Margaret Condren(my Mother), Georgia Skinner(Dad's older sister), Lavern Graham(Dad's youmger sister), Pam Graham(Lavern's daughter-in-law), Mae Condren(my grandmother), and Wyonna Williams(oldest daughter of Georgia) in my grandparent Condren's kitchen.
Me, Mother and Dad in my grandparent Condren's living room

1982 Condren Reunion 1987 Condren Reunion

 
 

 
 

Leonard, Monte, Roy, and Bobbie Condren

   

 

Graves of members of the Condren Family can be found in the Burial Grounds web site at: Cross Cemetery near Greenwood, AR; Jenny Lind Cemetery at Jenny Lind, AR and Rose Lawn Cemetery at Ft Smith, AR.

This page was designed and is maintained by Mike Condren. If you have materials
that you would like to contribute, contact me at mcondren@cbu.edu