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Objects and Benefits of the society.
The New England Society in the City of New York was organized May 6. 1805. to commemorate the landing of the Pilgrim Fathers on Plymouth Rock; to promote friendship, charity and mutual assistance, and for literary purposes.
INCORPORATED APRIL 15. 1833.
Terms of Membership.
5 LIFE MEMBERSHIP (Including $10 Initiation Fee)
60 Any male person of the age of eighteen years and over, being a native or descendant of a native, of any of the New England States, and of good moral character, is eligible to membership, wherever he may reside.
Applications for membership should state whether the candidate is a native or the son or descendant of a native and the place of his birth. Application forms may be obtained from the Secretary.
free Bed in tRoosevelt thospital.
The New England Society in the City of New York has, by endowment, established a free bed in Roosevelt Hospital, Fifty-ninth Street and Ninth Avenue, for the benefit of worthy and needy New Englanders.
Application for admission to the Bed must be made in writing to the Chairman of the Charity Committee of the Society.
The widow, child or children of a deceased member, if in need of it, proof of which must be produced to the satisfaction of the Charity Committee, shall be entitled to five annuities from the funds of the Society, each equal to the full amount which such member shall have actually paid into the treasury of the Society; provided, however, that no annuity shall be paid to a widow of a member after she shall have married again, nor to any child after said child shall have arrived at such an age as to be capable of earning his or her own subsistence. Payments may be made to either the widow or any child of a deceased member, and shall release the Society for the amount paid.
The friends of a deceased member are requested to send to the Secretary, for entry on the Records of the Society, information of the time and place of the death of such member.
To insure the prompt delivery of all notices and documents issued by the Society the members should keep the Secretary informed of any change they may make in their addresses.
Secretary's Office: 43 Cedar Street.
Officers of the Hew England Society
IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
FROM ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1805.
Elected. JAMES WATSON
1805 James C. CARTER OLIVER WOLCOTT
Josiah M. FISKE AMASA JACKSON
MARVELLE W. COOPER EBENEZER STEVENS
STEWART L. WOODFORD LYNDE CATLIN
HORACE RUSSELL HENRY R. STORRS
CORNELIUS N. BLISS JOSEPH HOXIE
1838 J. PIERPONT MORGAN Moses H. GRINNELL
1843 DANIEL G. ROLLINS SIMEON DRAPER
1855 *ELIHU Root. BENJAMIN W. BONNEY 1856 CHARLES C. BEAMAN WILLIAM M. EVARTS
1858 HENRY E. HOWLAND HENRY A. HURLBURT
1862 WILLIAM E. DODGE . WILLIAM CURTIS Noyes 1864 EDMUND C. STEDMAN EDWIN D. MORGAN
1865 *THOMAS H. HUBBARD *JOSEPH H. CHOATE .
*AUSTIN B. FLETCHER ELLIOT C. COWDIN
1871 MORRIS K. JESUP ISAAC H. BAILEY
*SETH Low WILLIAM BORDEN
*HOWLAND Davis DANIEL F. APPLETON
*A. BartoN HEPBURN
Treasurers. JONATHAN BURRALL
1805 AUGUSTUS G. HAZARD . LYNDE CATLIN
1820 Joshua L. POPE . R. H. NEVINS
1824 LUTHER B. WYMAN EZRA WEEKS
Josiah M. Fiske ROBERT BULOID
J. PIERPONT MORGAN CALEB BARSTOW
1839 WILLIAM DowD . *CHARLES C. BURKE .
1879 1880 1882 1883 1885 1887 1889 1891 1893 1895 1897 1899 1901 1903 1905 1907 1908 1910 1912
1842 1845 1854 1875 1877 1884
Decretaries. SAMUEL M. HOPKINS
1805 Francis OLMSTEAD . BENJAMIN M. MUMFORD 1805 WILLIAM P. Hawes PETER HAWES
LEVI G. CURTISS JOSEPH WARREN BRACKETT 1809 EDWARD S. GOULD JOHN Q. WILSON
1810 ALFRED A. WEEKS TYLER MAYNARD
1815 JOSEPH I. BREWER BEZA E. BLISS
1815 EPHRIAM KINGSBURY AM ERST WIGAT
LUTHER PRESCOTT HUBBARD Erastus GOODWIN
1824 1824 1829 1829 1829 1847 1848 1854 1894
1822 GEORGE WILSON *HARRY A. CUSHING
*Living in 1914