Strafford County Masonic Mutual Relief Association 1880-1887 Assessments
Assessments 47 (July 1880) through 109 (January 1887) for the Strafford County Masonic Mutual Relief Association. Includes deaths of members.
On the death of any member of this Association, a relief shall become due, payable within thirty-five days to the person or persons as entered upon his certificate of membership, or designated by the last written order of the deceased, by him signed, and certified to by one or more witnesses, and filed with the Secretary.
The heirs of the deceased shall cause a certificate of the fact of his death to be filled out, attested to by the Master or Secretary of the Lodge within whose jurisdiction he was affiliated, (if within the New England States), and file the same with the Secretary.
If out of the New England States, it must be attested to by the officiating clergyman, attending physician, town clerk, or some other reputable person acceptable to the official Board, in the town or city where the death occurred.
But if the deceased shall have designated no person or persons to receive said relief, or if said person or persons shall have deceased, it shall be paid to the wife, children, grand-children, mother, father, grand-parents, sister or brother of the deceased member, in the order named.
Names in this online transcription include Bagley, Bickford, Bishop, Blaisdell, Brown, Carter, Castle, Cole, Cook, Cooke, Cowan, Cushing, Drake, Emery, Feineman, Freeman, Frost, Garside, Gray, Hanson, Hayes, Hill, Hobbs, Holbrook, Horne, Huntington, Linscott, Locke, Lord, McDuffee, McIntire, Mooers, Moore, Pike, Pine, Pinkham, Piper, Rand, Randall, Rich, Ricker, Robinson, Russell, Sawyer, Smith, Stackpole, Staples, Tash, Tibbetts, Tuttle, Twombly, Varney, Warren, Wentworth, Whitehouse, Witham, Yeaton.
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