Unfortunately, no, but I will keep an eye out.
I have very little Condon info. The Condon line I am working on is through my gg-grandmother Catherine Condon who was married to Patrick McDonough. She came to Canada in the late 1840's with her first husband George O'Kane and 4 children. Her husband and children died on the boat coming over. She met Patrick McDonough either in New Brunswick or near Ottawa (then called Bytown) as records show that they marrid in Bytown. They lived for a time in southern Ontario before taking up land near Mount St. Patrick, Renfrew County.
Are your Condons from the Mt. St. Patrick area? Are they descended from Patrick Condon and Mary Scully? If they are I would love to learn if there was any connection between our Catherine and the Patrick Condon who also settled in the Mt. St. Patrick area. It would be nice to learn if they were related. I always wondered if Catherine could have been travelling with a brother and his family when she met Patrick McDonough, and whether their decision to later take up land in Renfrew County was related to this connection?