Proedrus, Prayer by Chaplain---
Rolled called & Bros Berkeley, Page, Payne, Smith
& Washington were absent--
Minutes of two last meetings were read
& stood approved.
Communication was read from Fort Sumter
where the South Carolina ^'(Col)' Chapter has adjourned to
T. Moore Fr.
2 Comns from Penn. Z. with regard to levying a
tax etc were read---
Bros Poague & Smith were excused from fines
A dun from Mr T G. Vaughan for $15.00 1 quarters
rent was brought before the Fraternity--
Mr Reeve was not informed thro negligence
R. B. Shearer
E B Massie
Richard Baxter Shearer, a Confederate captain, fell at Monacacy Md. 1864
Edwin Blackwell Massie later farmed in Albemarle County, Va.
John James Reeve, a Confederate major, was a merchant and planter in Kentucky after the war
James Edgar Poague was later a physician in Tensas Parish, Louisiana
Robert J. Washington, a Confederate Lieut. and Adjt. was a lawyer in Westmoreland County, Va., after the war.
John Meem Payne, a Confederate captain, farmed in Lynchburg after the war