Constitution of the Honeybrook Horse Company, Revised June 4, 1904. The association shall be called the Honeybrook Association for the Detection of Theft and Recovery of Stolen Property, with a view of arresting the progress of crime, and adopting a policy that will render the properly of the citizens more secure against theft. Every horse, mare or mule belonging to members of the society should be branded with the letter 'H' on fore foot. [Based on searches of U. S. Census, this is most likely Honey Brook, PA.]
Names in this online transcription include Buchanan, Hughes, McConnell, White.
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