C.W. Shields, Gervais Rebekah’s Lodge and the Parkersville School Library

What do C.W. Shields, the Gervais-based Harmony Lodge of Rebekahs No. 75 and the Parkersville School Library have in common?  Their records were all part of a 2007 donation to the Marion County Historical Society that has now been indexed and made available through the work of our excellent volunteers.

Here is a list of names mentioned in these ledgers:

Armstrong, Bessie
Armstrong, V. S.
Armstrong, Zella
Baker, John
Baker, Katie
Baker, Mary
Becker, Anna M.
Becker, Catharine
Becker, Charles E.
Becker, Jake
Becker, Margie
Benjamin, G. H.
Berlin, Edna F.
Bicker, Eva
Bicker, Frank
Blanch, Ada
Bliem, Blanch
Bliem, Louis
Bliem, Rudie
Briggs, Martha A.
Briggs, May
Brown, Luke
Brown, Lulu
Callius, A. L.
Catching, Ben
Catching, E.
Chase, Catherine Becker
Churchill, Howard
Collard, Jennie M.
Collard, W. P.
Colleria, Rose E.
Collins, Arnette
Corbett, Frank
Cramer, Alma
Cramer, Emil
Crooks, Dana
Cutsforth, Bessie
Cutsforth, Clyde N.
Cutsforth, Hugh
Cutsforth, Irvin
Cutsforth, Jarvis
Cutsforth, Rubin
Cutsforth, Sydney
Ditmars, C. A.
Doran, Joe
Douglas, Fannie L.
Dunbaby, Annie Mailer
Eemlow, Mary
Esson, Isabel
Esson, Mabel
Forcier, F.
Freeman, Fitzgerald
Galloway, Harvey
Groshong, Anne
Gruel, Kate Wiest
Haganauer, Annie
Hagenauer, Katie
Hammer, Arleigh R.
Hammer, Bennie E.
Hannegon, Albert A.
Hansen, Mamie
Harding, Amy
Harding, Florence
Harding, George O.
Harding, Lavina
Harms, E.
Harrison, Dick
Harrison, Edith
Harrison, Gertrude
Harrison, Lila
Hauptman, A.
Heastin, C. A.
Heastin, Henry
Hecker, Fred
Helmick, Frances
Hermle, Agnes
Hermle, Steven
Holden, V.
Holway, Alma C.
Hugill, J. H.
Hunter, Andrew
Huston, Leo
Imlah, John
Imlah, Mary
Jones, Jennie M.
Kanner, Lavinia
Karn, Catharine
Karn, Charles
Karn, Edda
Karn, Elizabeth
Karn, James
Karn, Marion
Karten, Mary
Koester, Carrie
Koester, H. L.
Kohn, Agnes
Kohn, Joe
Kohn, Mathias
Korster, C. A.
Korster, H. L.
Krentz, M. J.
Lawton, Lucy
Lerwill, Ethel
Lightfoot, Grace
Little, V. W.
Little, William
Long, Ethel
Mailer, C. D.
Mailer, Jacob
Mangold, F. A.
Manning, Frank
Marchall, Arthur
Marchall, Luella
Marchall, Roy
Mars, L. D.
Marshall, Vesta
Mayler, Jacob
McCormick, Franklin
McCormick, Lavinia E.
McDougal, Charles
McDougal, Ross
McIlvan, Geneva
McNeal, Alice
Medin, Ada
Mewhirter, W. B.
Miller, B. J.
Miller, Imogene
Miller, Nora
Mitchel, Ester
Mitchel, Hattie
Mitchel, McKinley
Mitchell, Esther
Mitchell, Hattie
Moison, G. F.
Moore, Hazel
Newhirter, William
Oliphant, Marguerite
Olsen, Annie E.
Olsen, Oscar
Paris, Herman
Paris, Johnson
Parker, Daisy
Parker, Elsie
Parker, Imy
Parker, Nellie
Parker, Virgil
Parker, Wilder
Parker, Archie
Plannerd, Frances
Plannerd, Katie
Pratt, Pearl Porter
Pronle, F.
Ramsey, G. M.
Rentz, Carl
Ringo, Dollie
Ripper, Ella
Ritchey, George
Rusk, Grace Thompson
Salem, John
Savage, Emma
Savage, Zella
Sawyer, Alice
Sawyer, Clarence
Sawyer, Helen
Sawyer, Mary B.
Schafer, Eddie
Schap, Dwight
Schlechter, J.
Schwab, Ida
Seifer, Leo
Selechter, Andrew
Shields, Clara
Shields, Cleave
Shields, E. E.
Shields, Grace
Siegmund, A. R.
Siegmund, L. K.
Siegmund, Minnie
Siegmunds, Annie Taylor
Simmons, Ernest W.
Simmons, Vinnie
Smead, Helen
Smith, E. B.
Smith, Lucy
Smith, Marie
Smith, O. R.
Smith, Vida
Sperry, Florence
Stafford, Henry
Stevens, Ellis
Stevens, Pearl
Taylor, A. E.
Taylor, Annie
Taylor, C. D.
Taylor, H. H.
Taylor, Lou

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