Interesting that in the previous CONRAD postings I haven't seen mention of Henry Conrad. According to "A History of Crawford County, Indiana," by Hazen Hayes Pleasant, 1926:
"Among the many good citizens of the town [Fredonia] was Henry CONRAD, who moved from Virginia to Fredonia about 1822. He built a two-story log house and became a hotel keeper. This old house, which has been weather-boarded over, is still standing.  ... Mr. Conrad was jailer and pound master for many years. He built the estray pen for the county, served as lister of Ohio township and overseer of the poor. He died in 1842. His son was William CONRAD who moved to Kansas many years ago. The Conrads were the best people of the town, standing for law and order. As road supervisor Henry Conrad was a very efficient man. Uncle Henry Conrad's son was a leading citizen of Fredonia for several years. After the Civil War he moved to Kansas and spent the last years of his life in Winfield, at which place he died and was buried."
Does anyone know if or how Henry CONRAD might be related to John Adam CONRAD, if at all?