Suffrage Saturday: 1893 Letter with List of Registered Women Voters, Colchester, NY, Part 2

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21 Oct 1893 Women Registered, Election District 1, Colchester, NY- Letter, p2
21 Oct 1893 Women Registered, Election District 1, Colchester, NY- Letter, p2. (Click to enlarge- legible when larger.)

➡ Women’s Suffrage

Today we continue with the transcription of this letter:

Transcription:

Name Address
Mrs. Jessie Loran Downsville
   “ Rebecca Finch       “
   “ Rachel Russell       “
   “ Phebe J. Redmond       “
X    “ Permelia Fuller       “
 X   “  Julia Williams        “
   “ Adah Bogart       “
Mrs. Mary Fuller       “
X Mrs. Marcia Crispell       “
   “ Melissa White       “
X    “ Addie Thompson       “
    “ Alice Baker        “
Mrs. Loretta Baker       “
 X  Miss Sarah Fuller        “
X Mrs. Ann Hawk       “
Ex-Teacher X Miss Annie Bogart       “
X Mrs. Letta Shelly       “
X    “ Helen Hunter       “
X    “ Mary Sprague       “
Ex-Teacher X    “ Lillie Hartman       “
X Miss Minnie Baker       “
X Mrs. Elizabeth Gladstone       “
   “ Martha J. Hitt       “
X Miss Jennie Turnbull       “
Teacher X    “ Anna Chrisman       “
Mrs. Ann Brasee       “
X    “ Corrie Hulbert       “
 X    “  Jennie Hulbert

 

Notes, Sources, and References: 

1) Letter owned by author.

2) See also post no. 1 in this series, Suffrage Saturday: 1893 Letter with List of Registered Women Voters, Colchester, NY, Part 2: http://heritageramblings.net/2015/01/24/suffrage-saturday-1893-letter-with-list-of-registered-women-voters-colchester-ny-part-1/

 

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