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Re: Brittingham in Sussex Co.
Posted by: Chuck Swift Date: August 09, 2000 at 13:42:35
In Reply to: Re: Brittingham in Sussex Co. by Joan Brittingham Favre of 684

Hi Joan,
Thanks for the response. I had plaster walls replaced with drywall in a house in Blades, Delaware. In one of the wall cavities, a book of bylaws of the OAM was found. Emory had been declared a member in 1901. The bylaws, to me, sounded like they might have been a fraternal organization such as the Elks or Moose. I read of an Emory who had founded Lewes Dairy. Hazel Brittingham of Lewes was related to an Emory of Berlin Md.
Thanks again
Chuck


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