Capital City Lodge I.O.O.F. 1900 By-Laws
Constitution, By-Laws and Rules of Order of Capital City Lodge, No. 440 of Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Under the Jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of New York, Located at Albany, N.Y. Includes a list of members.
Names in this online transcription include Abbott, Austin, Bain, Ball, Banker, Barrett, Bartlett, Bellows, Bendell, Best, Bettleheim, Billson, Binshoff, Blessing, Bloom, Bloomingdale, Boyle, Brown, Burch, Burton, Champine, Chandler, Clark, Clement, Clissold, Converse, Craft, Dailey, Damp, Debertyne, DeBlaey, Ferguson, Fisher, Foll, Fonda, Friend, Fullgraff, Gauger, Geurtze, Gioscia, Goldsmith, Green, Guyer, Hacker, Havens, Hawkins, Hinckelman, Hisgen, Hoffman, Hotaling, Hudson, Hutchinson, Illch, Iverson, Johnston, Kapps, Keeler, Keene, Keneston, Kesson, Kimmey, King, Klein, Knight, Kurth, Kyle, Latenslager, Lawton, Lewi, Lindsay, Loveday, Lown, Lucy, Martin, McDowell, Meek, Melrose, Metz, Miller, Minor, Mohr, Myers, Naukam, Neafach, Neander, Neil, Newbury, Newcomb, Orson, Palmer, Pinckney, Pratt, Reed, Rice, Rich, Richards, Riggs, Rivenburg, Robinson, Rothaupt, Russell, Sargent, Schifferdecker, Schoof, Schramm, Scott, Sebast, Shadick, Shaffer, Sherman, Smith, Spierre, Stevens, Stremple, Tannock, Teufer, Thompson, Thomson, Tice, Trimbel, Turner, Valient, Van Albert, Van Bramer, Van Santvoordt, Vandenberge, Vineburg, Waters, Weaver, Wentworth, Whalen, Whitley, Wiley, Williams, Wilson, Withers, Wright, Wyllie, Yates, Young, Ziriax.
Labels: New York, Fraternal Organizations
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