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Please note; Some browsers will not fill in the resultant e-mail message. In that case you will have to fill in the message yourself by following the directions.. Sorry about that, but I am still working on it.
Since February 20, 2001 this page has been used
When searching for a last name enter the first few letters of the name. If that name is not found, all of the names in the directory starting with that initatial will be
listed. All last names are in upper-case in the directory to avoid confusion with capitalization of some names and to make them stand out in the listing. Most other words are capitalized, but
You may also search for strings of characters in the directory, such as "John Cutler Lodge", "Treasurer", etc. You may combine strings using two special characters; "&" (AND)
and "#" (OR). When using & you are saying that both strings must be present in the record. # means that either string (or both) can be present for a match. For example:
will list the secretaries and treasurers for Paul Revere Lodge and Satucket Lodge.
There is also a limited "NOT' (^) facility available. The not sign can only appear after an and sign (&^). If there are ORs (#) follwing a NOT and before another AND, they become "NORS".
Case Sensitive searches are faster and more exact and should be used if possible. When in doubt use non case
sensitive searches. For more help contact Dick Steinberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.