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"Saxonia" SS Lodge No.1 July 31, 1918 (Somewhere at Sea)WW1

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    Posted 7 years ago

    mpruter7851
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    Exciting to find history about my Father in Law, Frederick Pruter,
    who was aboard SS "Saxonia" SS going to France with the AEF. He
    had become a Mason in 1912 and was on the Roster of Brethren
    July 31, 1918 for the lodge Somewhere At Sea. Since I am a member of
    Order of Eastern Star, take pride to find these historical items. Many
    names of soldiers that never left France during this WorldWar I event.

    Hope you will have interest of 1918 Brothers /Soldiers names and glad to give further information regarding the Roster Names .
    Marilyn (Mrs. Fred Pruter, Jr)
    tornadolynn@embarqmail.com

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    1. aghcollect aghcollect, 7 years ago
      Some documents should be kept with the family for historical record. - I would never offer personal family records to any third party - not even a museum. You just never know what the future holds for them - they may even be discarded without an afterthought.

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