By-Laws, Racing Rules of the Quincy Yacht Club, List of Officers, Members, Yachts, Etc., Organized 1874. Incorporated 1888. Club House, Hough's Neck, Quincy, Mass.
The asterisk (*) designates yacht owner, while (L) designates life members.
The distinguishing signal of the Club shall be a pointed burgee with a white field, one and one-third Inches in length for each foot of sailing measurement of the yacht, in width at the luff being two-thirds of its length, the device being a red pointed star, of such size as may be inscribed in a circle of a diameter equal to one-third the length of the luff; the centre of the star to be one-fourth the distance from luff to point.
No guns should be fired on setting or hauling down the colors except by the yacht giving the time; nor between sunset and colors, nor on Sunday. If a yacht does not carry a gun, or if the gun cannot be discharged, the ensign should be dipped once in making or answering a salute, except in passing at sea, when it should be dipped three times.
Names in this online transcription include Abbott, Acorn, Adams, Andersen, Anderson, Andrews, Arnold, Atwood, Avery, Ayer, Baird, Baker, Barrows, Bass, Bateman, Bates, Baxter, Bell, Bent, Berlo, Berry, Bigelow, Billings, Binnian, Blackmur, Blake, Blanchard, Bliss, Blom, Blomquist, Bolles, Bourne, Boyden, Bradford, Braman, Brauer, Brett, Brickley, Brooks, Brown, Bull, Burgin, Burke, Burrill, Calkins, Cameron, Carpenter, Carr, Cary, Casey, Cashman, Catarius, Cavanagh, Chandler, Chapin, Chase, Chellman, Chubbuck, Clark, Clayton, Cleverly, Collins, Connors, Coombs, Coughlan, Cowling, Coy, Crane, Cummings, Cushing, Dahl, Damon, Dasha, Davis, Davy, Dawes, Day, Dean, Dearing, Deasy, Debes, Decoste, Delaney, Delmont, Derby, Dewhurst, Dion, Dolliver, Donnelly, Dow, Drinkwater, Duncan, Dunham, Dwyer, Easterbrook, Eaton, Edwards, Elcock, Ellis, Elwell, Emerson, Emery, Faxon, Figenbaum, Files, Finlay, Fletcher, Follett, Ford, Frauenfelder, Freeman, French, Furnald, Gallagher, Gavin, Gladwin, Glover, Gordon, Gould, Graham, Grant, Greenfield, Gregg, Haggerty, Hall, Hamblet, Hanley, Hanson, Hardwick, Harkins, Harris, Harvey, Hayward, Hector, Hermanson, Hibbard, Higgins, Holbrook, Holden, Holmes, Holton, Homer, Howlet, Hudson, Hunt, Hunting, Huy, Jardine, Jenness, Johnson, Jones, Jordan, Keasley, Keating, Keith, Kelly, Keniley, Kennedy, Kidd, Kincaide, King, Kitson, Kittredge, Kneeland, Knopp, Laing, Lamson, Lane, Larsen, Lawton, Leathers, Leavitt, Lelois, Leonard, Levangie, Lincoln, Lind, Lindgren, Litchfield, Low, Lundberg, Lynch, Lyon, Macdonald, Macquarrie, Magee, Magrath, Mahon, Manley, Marsh, Matthews, May, McAnarney, McConnell, McCormick, McDonnell, McDonold, McGoey, McGrath, McSorley, Mellen, Merriam, Merritt, Middleton, Moebs, Moller, Monk, Monroe, Morse, Morton, Mullane, Nash, Nason, Nelson, Newcomb, Nichols, Nickerson, Norcross, Norteman, Oldham, Olson, O’brien, O’hara, O’toole, Packard, Parker, Parrott, Patch, Pattee, Patterson, Penniman, Pettengill, Pfaffmann, Picard, Pierce, Pierson, Pinkham, Plummer, Pond, Putnam, Rackham, Read, Reid, Restelli, Rice, Richards, Richardson, Ricker, Ring, Robbins, Rose, Ross, Rupert, Russell, Safford, Sandberg, Sargent, Saville, Schuerch, Schultz, Scott, Serpos, Shaw, Shea, Sheahan, Sheppard, Small, Smith, Snow, South, Spargo, Spear, Staples, Stone, Streeter, Sturgis, Sturtevant, Sullivan, Swallow, Swanson, Swenson, Swift, Swingle, Sydleman, Taber, Tainter, Tapper, Tessier, Thern, Thomas, Thornton, Tilton, Tirrell, Totten, Tourtellot, Tupper, Turner, Upham, Urann, Walker, Wall, Walther, Waterman, Webb, Weeks, Wetherell, Whiton, Whittemore, Wight, Wilkins, Williams, Winslow, Wood, Woodberry, Woodbury, Wyeth, Wyman, Yose.
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