2022 Reunion and News

Reunion Minutes

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Minutes from the 118th Conard Reunion

Reunion Photos

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Reunion 2022 prize winners

2022 Reunion Prize winners

L to R: oldest Lady (Gertie Conard Delano), oldest Gentleman (Charlie Wilson), youngest child (Trace Waltmeyer), traveled the furthest (Jackson Waltmeyer, Cole Waltmeyer, Denise Waltmeyer, Ann Wilson, married the longest (Peg and Ray Shipe 47 years).

2022 guest speaker Bill Humphrey

Guest speaker Bill Humphrey examines a double-headed ax found by Penny Hallowell while plowing a field in Bucks County, PA. Bill estimated it to be 8,000 - 10,000 years old.

2022 Bill Humphrey examines arrowheads

Bill Humphrey examines and explains arrowheads found by farmers in Upper Bucks County.

2022 attendees

Attendance for the 118th Conard Reunion

seated row L to R: Betty Lou, Gertie, Cole, Trace, Jackson, Jesse, Jane, Penrose, Ben, Sunny. standing row L to R: Tammy, Charlie, Dottie, Joyce, Peg, Ray, Ann, Denise

Sam Walker's Arrowhead Collection

A small part of Sam Walker's arrowhead collection found on the Walker farm in Ivyland PA between 1870 and 1970.

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Kunders, an humble wool dyer from the banks of the Rhine, who, settling in the untrodden wilds of America, and pursuing the even tenor of a modest and uneventful life, “builded better than he knew.”

Robert Proud, in his history of Pennsylvania says, “Among the first Germantown settlers was Dennis Conrad. The first religious meeting of the Quakers, in that place, was held at his house in 1683. He was a hospitable, well-disposed man, of an inoffensive life and good character.”