Constitution of the Brunswick Society for Apprehending Horse Thieves, Brunswick, New York, as Amended January, 1867. Includes a listing of present members. Any member of this Society, who may have a horse or horses stolen, may select, not to exceed eight members of the Society, who, with himself, shall go in pursuit of the property and thief. Whenever any horse or horses may be stolen from any member of the Society said member may offer a reward of Fifty Dollars for the apprehension and conviction of said thief or thieves.
Names in this online transcription include Abbott, Adams, Allen, Austin, Betts, Bornt, Brewster, Brust, Bulson, Buss, Button, Camel, Carr, Clark, Clum, Colehamer, Collins, Collyson, Cook, Coonradt, Dater, Derrick, Dubois, Dusenbery, Earl, Eddy, File, Gillett, Grace, Hall, Hanaman, Hasting, Hayner, Lape, Leversee, Link, Lockrow, Lohnas, McChesney, Mickel, Miller, Morrison, Newberry, Roberts, Schermerhorn, Shaver, Smith, Snyder, Springer, Vanderheyden, Vanpelt, Wagar, Wetherwax.
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