Rowley Historical Society, First Report, 1918-1920, List of Officers and Members, Reports, By-Laws, Records and Historical Sketches. Organized September 1918. Incorporated October 1918. Life members marked by (L).
The object of the society shall be the gathering and recording of knowledge of the history of Rowley and of individuals and families connected with said Rowley; the collection and preservation of printed and written manuscripts, pamphlets and other matters of historic interest; also the collection and preservation of articles of historic and antiquarian interest and the preservation and furnishing in colonial style of one of the ancient dwelling houses of Rowley.
Names in this online transcription include Adams, Appleton, Bailey, Barbour, Billings, Bishop, Blackinton, Blodgette, Bradstreet, Burke, Burlingame, Capron, Carleton, Cheney, Cook, Cressey, Dawes, Dodge, Doughty, Dummer, Ellsworth, Ewell, Fenderson, Fenno, Foss, Foster, Fowler, Grey, Hale, Haley, Haworth, Hieken, Hobson, Houghton, Hubbard, Hutchins, Jewett, Johnson, Keyes, Keyser, Keysfir, Kimball, Lambert, Lunt, Lyall, Marshall, McKenzie, Merrill, Millett, Montgomery, Moody, Mooney, Mullein, Peabody, Perley, Phillips, Pickard, Proctor, Richardson, Sanborn, Smith, Spring, Stickney, Titcomb, Todd, Waters, Whittier, Woodbury.
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