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John Condit was a farmer and a practising physician at Orange, N. J. He served in the Revolutionary war as a surgeon, and subsequently served several years in the state legislature. He was a representative from New Jersey in the 6th and 7th congresses, 1799-1803, and was U.S. senator from Oct. 17, 1803, till March 4, 1817.
He was married first to Abigail Halsey, who died in 1784, and secondly to Rhoda Halsey, who died in 1834. He died at Orange, N. J., May 4, 1834.
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