Colfax Area Historical Society
 

Early Fraternal Organization Members
Interred in the Colfax District Cemetery

 

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Phone: (530) 346-8599

Email:
museum.colfax@gmail.com

USPS mail: Mail for both the Colfax Area Heritage Museum and the Colfax Area Historical Society is received at PO Box 185, Colfax, CA 95713.

Museum location: The Colfax Area Heritage Museum is physically located at 99 Railroad St, Colfax CA 95713.

Web site: www.colfaxhistory.org/

Facebook: www.facebook.com/colfaxmuseum

Organizations
Last Name
First Name
Birth Date
Death/
Burial
Age
Yrs.
Veteran
Remarks
Free & Accepted Masons/Shriners:
Brown
Jonathan
1794
1871
77
***
F.&.A.M. From New Hampshire. Worked at the Placer Exchange in 1861.
International Order
of Odd Fellows:
Frazer
John
1827
1872
45
***
I.O.O.F. From Pennsylvania as a miner.
Lodge No. 201
E Clampus Vitus:
Geisendorfer
George
1827
1898
71
***
Native of Bavaria; came to Placer County in 1850; 2,140 acra ranch. (See Who's Who this web site)
Free & Accepted Masons Illinoistown Lodge No. 51:
Hayford
James
1840
1932
92
***
F.&.A.M. Veteran of Civil War. (See Who's Who this web site)
E Clampus Vitus:
Keck
Jacob
1826
1877
51
***
Owned Blue Wing Saloon. (See Who's Who this web site).
Free & Accepted Masons:
Stevens
Judge Amos
1842
1929
87
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F.&.A.M. Born in Maine, Came to Colfax in 1884 to join his father, Captain Truman A. Stevens. (See Who's Who this web site).
Free & Accepted Masons:
Stevens
Truman Allen
1815
1894
79
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F.&.A.M. Born in Maine, this gold miner came here in 1859. (See Who's Who this web site).