Constitution and By-Laws of the Early Settlers Association of Kansas City, Mo. Adopted February 15th, 1896. [KC Central MVSC 095.2 E12C]
Names in this online transcription include Allen, Bachman, Baird, Bales, Bernard, Birmingham, Boyle, Brice, Brosnehan, Brunert, Bryant, Burke, Byers, Callihan, Campbell, Carpenter, Case, Cassidy, Castle, Chambers, Chapman, Chick, Cleveland, Coffey, Conboy, Cooper, Corrigan, Cotter, Crogan, Crowell, Cunningham, Davely, Denzer, Devine, Donnelly, Dooley, Dragon, Eagan, Earle, Evans, Everingham, Fanning, Ferguson, Ferril, Flaherty, Fleming, Foster, Fox, Frank, Furgason, Gabel, Gage, Garietty, Gaston, Gaugh, Gilchrist, Green, Hammerslough, Hennesy, Hersan, Herson, Higgs, Hilliker, Hipes, Holmes, Houlihan, Huckett, Hunt, Hunter, Hurley, James, Joyce, Karnes, Kearney, Keating, Kenedy, King, Knapp, Knight, Kraus, Kulen, Kumpf, Lacey, Lewis, Liggett, Long, Lorie, Lovejoy, Maddox, Mankamayer, Mansfield, McCarthy, McConnell, McGovern, McMahon, McMiniman, McNamara, Mercier, Millett, Muehlschuster, Mueller, Mulkey, Mullin, Mulvahill, Mulvihill, Murphy, Murray, O'Brien, O'Connor, O'Duke, O'Flaherty, O'Hare, O'Neill, Oberdorff, Oldham, Payne, Porter, Quarles, Quest, Ramsey, Ranihan, Rhinehardt, Ricketts, Ridge, Riley, Rogers, Rollert, Ryan, Salisbury, Sauer, Scanlan, Schmidt, Schoeffer, Seeger, Shedy, Smith, Soden, Solen, Spalding, Stoeltzing, Taylor, Tichenor, Tobin, Todd, Tomlinson, Trefren, Twitchell, Vaughn, Ward, Warner, Weston, Whealan, Whitney, Williams, Wilson.
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