Division No. 155, O. R. C. Roster (1923)
Syracuse Division No. 155, Order of Railway Conductors of America. Roster for 1923. Organized October 5, 1884.
Names in this online transcription include Ackroyd, Avery, Barnes, Bates, Belding, Bowie, Brady, Brand, Brastow, Brazee, Brennan, Brown, Burke, Burt, Bush, Callahan, Carey, Carter, Casey, Cayton, Chambers, Clark, Cole, Colligan, Colter, Conway, Coogan, Cook, Cooper, Crane, Curley, Curran, Darling, Davis, De Puy, Dean, Dibble, Donnelly, Donohue, Doyle, Duffy, Dunne, Eaton, Evans, Fahey, Fitzpatrick, Ford, Forward, Gallagher, Geary, Gleason, Gollands, Graham, Green, Gregg, Groat, Gross, Gyatt, Hanley, Hare, Hart, Hickey, Hogan, Houston, Howard, Ingles, Ireton, Johnson, Jones, Judson, Kelly, Klock, Kyne, La Voice, Lasher, Lee, Leo, Lewis, Liddy, Lindkamp, Loughrey, Lunn, Mahan, Malay, Marks, Martel, Martell, Martin, Mason, Mathews, McCarthy, McCormick, McDonald, McEvoy, McGann, McKay, McKee, McMahon, Merritt, Monihan, Moore, Moriarity, Mulherin, Murphy, Myers, Naatz, Nellis, Newman, Nichols, O'Brien, O'Donnell, Palmer, Perkins, Peters, Post, Potter, Pratt, Pugh, Rarick, Rice, Rickerson, Robertson, Rockefeller, Rockett, Rogers, Rose, Ryan, Salem, Shaw, Shepard, Sheppard, Smith, Sparrow, Sperry, Steckel, Stephens, Stevens, Stewart, Stickles, Stilwell, Strong, Tower, Van Valkenburg, Vreeland, Wallace, Walrath, Watson, Weaver, Webster, Weir, West, Wetmore, Whalen, White, Wiggins, Williams, Witt, Worden, Wright, Youngs.
Labels: New York, Railroad Records
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