Ancestry: The Objects of the Hereditary Societies and the Military and Naval Orders of the United States, and the Requirements for Membership Therein
Department of heraldry, of the Bailey, Banks & Biddle Company, 1895 - Patriotic societies - 83 pages
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Adjutant General's Office admission admitted age of twenty-one American Independence American Revolution ancestor application for membership Army and Navy Army or Navy Assemblies assist badges adopted Banks & Biddle Biddle Company Cincinnati claim collect and preserve Commissioned Officers Commissioners Committees of Correspondence Continental Army Continental Congress Council Court Declaration of Independence Dutch eldest male elected eligible to membership England entitled Governor Heraldry hereditary membership High Sheriffs honorably discharged Huguenots Institution John Coggeshall judged worthy Justices lineal descendant male descendants male line Marine Corps Medals of Honor Military or Naval military societies moral character National OBJECTS officers and enlisted Order Organized Original Companion Original Member patriotic perpetuate the memory person prior promote social intercourse proper descendants propositus Province of Georgia Regular Army representative resident sailor Secretary Signers soldiers supporter and member thereof thirteen original tion United United States Army William Coddington worthy of becoming