Pascataqua Congregational Club 1898-9

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Pascataqua Congregational Club, 1898-9. Includes the Lists of Officers and Members.

This Club was organized February 23, 1891, for the purpose of promoting friendly acquaintance among Congregationalists in our vicinity, and to give an opportunity to hear able speakers, from at home and abroad, upon topics of interest to us all.

(o) indicates Original Member.

Names in this online transcription include Allen, Amen, Anderson, Bailey, Baker, Barker, Barrell, Bates, Beard, Bedell, Bell, Borthwick, Bourne, Boylston, Bradley, Brooks, Brown, Bugbee, Burleigh, Chadwick, Chase, Cilley, Colbath, Cummings, Davidson, Davis, Demeritt, Dennet, Dickey, Dorr, Dow, Drake, Drawbridge, Edgerly, Ellms, Emerson, Evans, Fern aid, Fernald, Follansby, Fraser, Frink, Getchell, Goodwin, Haines, Hall, Ham, Hatch, Hayes, Heanue, Hobbs, Hodgdon, Hoitt, Horne, Hyde, Jenness, Kimball, Knapp, Lewis, Looney, Marshall, Mathes, Matthews, McIntire, Mills, Moore, Moulton, Murkland, Myers, Nason, Norris, Page, Parker, Peaslee, Peavey, Pettee, Pickering, Pitts, Plumer, Plummer, Rand, Robie, Rollins, Ross, Sanborn, Sandbrook, Sawyer, Scales, Scott, Seavey, Sewall, Shapleigh, Simpson, Stevens, Stickney, Street, Thacher, Thayer, Thompson, Trickey, Varney, Waldron, Walker, Wallace, Watson, Wentworth, Whitehouse, Wigg, Wiggin, Willmott, Wingate, Young.

Labels: New Hampshire, Clubs and Societies

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