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Dear, The Argus Foundation has published three new CD-Roms on masonic and fraternal organizations. The titles are: · Woodmen / Foresters Library · Moose / Elks / Eagles / Buffaloes Library · York Rite Library. The Woodmen / Foresters Library has a collection of rituals and other texts from various Woodmen orders, such as the Woodmen of the World, Modern Woodmen of America and the Eminent Household of Columbian Woodmen and affiliated organizations; it also contains rituals and texts from Forester orders, such as the Ancient Order of Foresters, the Independent Order of Foresters, the Catholic Order of Foresters and affiliated organizations. A survey of its contents can be found at: www.stelling.nl/argus/woodmenrom.html. The Moose/Elks/Eagles/Bufaloes Library has a collection of rituals and texts of Moose orders, various Elk orders, various Buffalo orders, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Beavers, Bees, Deer, Goose, Owls and Golden Eagles. A survey of its contents can be found at: www.stelling.nl/argus/mooserom.html. The York Rite Library has a collection of rituals and texts used throughout the world in the Masonic York Rite and its various degrees, such as the Holy Royal Arch, Mark and Templar orders. A survey of this CD-Rom can be found at: www.stelling.nl/argus/yorkriterom.html. More of Argus' Cd-roms can be found at: www.stelling.nl/argus/argusrom.html. Hans van Drunen Stichting Argus If you don't want to receive any more messages on Argus' publications, please reply this message with 'no' in the subject, and your name will be removed from our mailinglist.
Are membership records available from old aeries? If so, do they contain any useful information for a genealogist? I just found my husband's great grandfather's obituary in which it says he was a member of F.O.E. Aerie #43 in Paterson, NJ in the early 1900's. He died young in October of 1907, so couldn't have been a member for very long. I see there are no aeries in NJ now. Would the records have been passed on to the national organization? The name is Victor Van Derspiegel of 65 Butler Street, Paterson, NJ though he moved often so may have joined from another Paterson address. His local aerie attended his funeral. In addition to when he joined, is it possible to find out if other Van Derspiegels or DeWinnes were members? When did the Paterson aerie close? Thank you for anything you can tell me. Though I know of the Masons, Elks, and Moose, I had never heard of the Eagles before this. Linda Pauwels
I would like to know if it is possible to find any information on my great uncle, Ernest Gall who was a member of this chapter. I have a medal with his name on it. He was born in WV in the early 1880's. He is in the census there with his family of 6 boys and parents. In 1900 he is in Rowlesburg, WV. I have no information past 1900. Any help would be gratefully received. Thank you so much, Allison Kathleen Galt-Hall Dallas, TX
Heads up on a very new----very mean virus. Though I don't normally do this, and do request that you NOT reply to the list, but to me, List Mom, personally, I feel this is something that everyone needs to be aware of. For those who do NOT have an anti-virus program, or who have more questions, please contact me OFF list. :o) Take Care, Diana firstname.lastname@example.org AllFamilies Scrapbook: http://www.arkansasfamilies.net/famscrapindex.htm ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Linda Schwartz who admins the Trondelag list gave permission to forward a very clear explanation of elements of these virus messages. W32.Sobig.F@mm Discovered on: August 19, 2003 Last Updated on: August 19, 2003 05:07:51 PM W32.Sobig.F@mm is a mass-mailing, network-aware worm that sends itself to all the email addresses it finds in the files with the following extensions: * .dbx * .eml * .hlp * .htm * .html * .mht * .wab * .txt The worm uses its own SMTP engine to propagate and will attempt to create a copy of itself on accessible network shares. Email Routine Details The email message has the following characteristics: From: Spoofed address (which means that the sender in the "From" field is most likely not the real sender). The worm may use the address email@example.com as the sender. Subject: * Re: Details * Re: Approved * Re: Re: My details * Re: Thank you! * Re: That movie * Re: Wicked screensaver * Re: Your application * Thank you! * Your details Body: * See the attached file for details * Please see the attached file for details. Attachment: * your_document.pif * document_all.pif * thank_you.pif * your_details.pif * details.pif * document_9446.pif * application.pif * wicked_scr.scr * movie0045.pif My note: While I do not have an infected computer, I have seen my email addresses forged (when **I** get a mail bounce for something I did not send). I suspect that someone I have communicated with in the past may have had his/her computer attacked with a virus. Or my addresses have been harvested from message boards, web pages, etc.
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