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117th Kalloch Family Reunion Aug. 25,1984
The Kalloch Family held itís 117th reunion at West Sennebec Campsite with an attendance of about 60 members.
A catered meal of barbecued chicken, salads, french bread and watermelon were served.
Dean Mayhew presided at the meeting in the absence of the president Capt. Craig Kalloch. Opened with roll call, each giving their name and family connection.
Secretaries & treasurers reports were read and accepted.
The following nominating committee was appointed by Dean Mayhew: Leola Robinson, Glenice Gross, Carl Kalloch, David Kalloch of Rockland, Me. and Mary Ann Mayhew.
The nominating comm. reported the following slate of officers: Pres. Dean Mayhew Orland, Me.
1st V. Pres. Donna K. Perry So. Thomaston, Me.
2nd V. ď Eleanor Johnston Camden, Me.
Sec. Hazel Hills Warren, Me.
Treas. Paul Merriam Rockland, Me.
Editor news letter Nancy Sack Stone Ridge, N.Y.
Chaplain Doris Merriam Rockland, Me.
Historian Rev. Peter Richardson Kennebunk, Me.
Assist. Historian Dean Mayhew, Orland, Me.
Voted to have the reunion in 1985 at the Fish & Game Lodge where it will be possible to meet indoors for the meeting and lunch and a chance to be out doors also. If anyone in the reunion is a member of the lodge we can get it at less cost. Don & Gail Robishaw are members. It was left with the officers to make reservations as soon as possible.
Harold Kalloch of Soldiers Home Holbrook, Mass. oldest present - 89 yrs nearer 90.
Carolyn Lane Kalloch Round Pond, Me. 2 1/2 yrs.
Carl Vetra Tampa, Fla. longest distance.
Couple married longest - Lloyd and Glenice Gross of Waterford, Conn.
A vote of thanks was given for the committee that made all arrangements for the location and the dinner.
Peter gave us more interesting data on genealogy and spoke of the large addition he added to the huge genealogy chart he has made up through the years. It is a work of art and Iím sure not found in many family records.
Dean Mayhew spoke of different places available to get Kalloch names etc. as well as the records he hopes to get from England. He has done extensive research all winter on David Kalloch, who is listed with Finley Kalloch. He came to these parts about the same tame - moved to Pa. No results on the research, he has vanished into thin air, no record of him anywhere. Dean spoke of an index on micro film of about 65 million names - about 6 pages from the year 1576 to yr. 1900. He stated that he could possibly get an answer from the Armorial College of Arms in London, England and the cost would be $120.00. It is possible that he might not come up with any definite answer on the correct coat of arms. Dean asked if there were any objections to his following this up, which there was none. Some maps of Central Scotland were on display that Dean had drawn up and said it was the location where many Kallochs were.
The meeting adjourned and many took advantage of looking at records, asking questions and adding to Peterís genealogical collection that were in the building at the entrance.
Hazel Hills, Sec.
Leroy T. Kalloch, Dec. 18, 1983
Roy Joyce, Feb. 2, 1984
Elizabeth Kalloch, Jan. 1984
Samuel K's wife, Poukeepsie, N.Y.
Henrietta Knowlton, Camden, 1984
Henry Sleeper, Owls Head, 7/28/1984
Elizabeth Kalloch ? 1984 [Can't read] Beach, Me.
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