Amy Conner
Full Name
Amy Conner
Female Human (Irish)
Date of Birth/Current Age as of 2013
Sometime in 1997 (16 years old)
Place of Birth/Current Residence
Born and currently resides in Republic of Ireland
Interests, Friends, and Enemies
Currently unknown
Possibly a high school student
Family Members
Gertrude Conner (mother)
Nicholas Conner (father)
Lauren Conner (sister)
Maureen McReary-Wilson (aunt)
Aiden McReary (deceased uncle; Maureen's first husband)
Hector Wilson (uncle, Maureen's current husband)
Francis McReary (cousin)
Patrick McReary (cousin)
Gerald McReary (cousin)
Derrick McReary (cousin)
Kate McReary (cousin)
Aiden Wilson (cousin)
Ethan O'Neill (uncle)
Chloe O'Neill (aunt)
Dillon O'Neill (cousin)
Aaron O'Neill (cousin)
Robert O'Neill (cousin)
Cameron O'Neill (uncle)
Rachel O'Neill (paternal grandmother)
Paul O'Neill (paternal grandfather)
Emily O'Neill and Sophie MacCaurthy (maternal great-grandmothers)
William O'Neill and Richard MacCaurthy (maternal great-grandfathers)
First Appearance
"ApRiL fOoLs DaY: wIsCoNsIn StYlE!" (first appearance in Sibling Rivalries)

Amy Conner is a minor character in Sibling Rivalries. She, along with her sister Lauren, are the daughters of Gertrude and Nicholas Conner, the nieces of Maureen McReary-Wilson, Ethan O'Neill, and Cameron O'Neill, and the cousins of Maureen and Ethan's children. She was mentioned in the Season 6 comic "Uncle Cameron Moves In", as she appeared on the family tree that Packie makes. In that same scene, Derrick mentions that he is close to Lauren and Amy, since they help him with his math homework while they chat online.

Amy made her debut in the non-canon comic "ApRiL fOoLs DaY: wIsCoNsIn StYlE!".


Sibling Rivalries Pre-Series


Sibling Rivalries Main Series

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