Maine Central Railroad Relief Association 1927 Report
Annual Report of the Maine Central Railroad Relief Association, For the Year Ending December 31, 1926. Presented at the Annual Meeting, February 28, 1927. Includes Deaths on which Assessments were made in 1926.
Two hundred and four claims for sickness and accident have been paid during the year amounting to $7,633.50, the rate since March 1, 1926, being nine dollars ($9.00) per week, or one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day for six working days.
There is an increasing appreciation of the fact that the policy of the Maine Central Railroad Relief Association covers the broadest possible field. Sickness, accident, permanent disability and death, either from accident or sickness, no matter where or under what conditions.
Names in this online transcription include Asnault, Berry, Brew, Britt, Butler, Caples, Cook, Davis, Decker, Dennis, Donlan, Dunn, Edevean, Fenderson, Foster, Gallison, Gilpatrick, Goggin, Greenwood, Harris, Hiles, Judkins, Kingsley, Kuhn, Libby, Lord, McDonald, McGeoch, McMann, Moore, Moreau, O'Brien, Philbrick, Plummer, Ramsdell, Skillings, Smith, Sturgeon, Swett, Turner, Verville, Vose, Webber, Weber, White, Williams.
Labels: Maine, Insurance Records
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