History of Ionia County, Michigan: Her People, Industries and Institutions, with Biographical Sketches of Representaive Citizens, and Genealogical Records of Many of the Old Families, Volume 2

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B.F. Bowen & Company, 1916 - Ionia County (Mich.)
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Page 412 - Council of the Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine for North America ; 8.
Page 381 - Fraternally, he is a member of the Knights of Pythias and the Independent Order of Odd Fellows and takes a part in the various affairs which are promoted by these fraternal organizations.
Page 187 - Pa. , in the class of 1882, and taught school for six years; deciding upon the profession of the law, he entered the law department of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, and...
Page 270 - Soon afterward he entered the medical department of the University of Michigan, from which he was graduated in...
Page 423 - Mason and both he and his wife are members of the Order of the Eastern Star. He is also a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows and was a member of the Knights of Maccabees until the local "tent
Page 290 - Order of the Loyal Legion and of the Grand Army of the Republic.
Page 71 - Masons, a past master in that order, and is also a member of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, and of the Kiwanis Club.
Page 101 - Volunteers, and served until the close of the war. He is a member of the Grand Army, and is at present junior vice-commander of Louis Bell post, Xo.
Page 215 - They were the parents of five children, of whom the subject of this sketch was the second in order of birth, the others being Cynthia Mary, now deceased, who married Harland Edwards ; Emma Julia, the widow of Burgess N.
Page 48 - Philadelphia, soon after which he was deputed to attempt the settlement of the troubles in Wyoming. He was a member of the convention called to revise the Constitution of Pennsylvania in 1790. Washington appointed him postmaster general in 1791, which office he held nearly four years, when, on the resignation of General Knox, he was appointed Secretary of War. In 1795 Washington made him his Secretary of State, which position he held until 1800, when he was removed...

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