18 Mrs. Mary Soule Googins, a member (and Mayflower descendant from George Soule) read an interesting paper,The Women of the Mayflower, which is in register, Vol.
XXVI, p. 25. The Bay Path following the Indian trail to Connecticut was also considered.
The annual meeting was on January 16, 1922.
It was certainly a Lodge of Sorrow.
The members stood while the president again announced the passing away of Messrs. Lawrence and Manning, followed by those of Miss Agnes Wyman Lincoln, Charles Nelson Jones and John Henry Hooper; a series of great losses to the Society and unprecedented in its history.
A letter from Miss Lincoln, written at the hospital, regretting her inability to attend the December meeting, and hoping for further service with us, was read and, enclosed in glass, was presented for preservation.
Especial mention of the interest and service of all was made by members present; especially of the long life and public service of Mr. Hooper and his contributions to Medf