The History of Norfolk, VA [Excerpt]

By H. W. Burton

Page 244 reference: "Virginia Conclave No. 1 was chartered by the Supreme Conclave, May 16th, 1868, upon the petition of [founders] and others. It was then organized with thirty three memebers."

Page 245 reference: "Friendship Conclave No. 2 was chartered by the Supreme Conclave January 4th, 1869, upon petition of [founders] and others."

Also includes lists of present memebers of these two conclaves and Supreme council.

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Names in this online transcription include Arrington, Barnes, Bell, Black, Britzell, Cherry, Dalton, Dann, Davis, DeCordy, Diggs, Dudley, Edwards, Foster, Gregory, Halstead, Harrison, Hathaway, Heidensfelder, Hill, Hitchings, Hodges, Hope, Hubbard, Jordan, Kellinger, Langley, Lewellen, Lloyd, Parker, Pebworth, Purnell, Rawlins, Satchell, Solomon, Steele, Tucker, Vickhouse, Walker, West, Wharton, White, Wolf.

Labels: Virginia, Fraternal Organizations

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