Order of the Red Men
Brunsvi'ick. AM. Delaware Tribe, No. Â«, lii:pn\e,l Order of Ked Men. was i n s t i t the village of Berlin, now Uru-.isv.u-k. on the night of July 5. 1S07. !Â·:Â· f.ieat Sachem William QuiÂ«l?y and ;ivai Junior Sagamore Van S. Brashears. the latter of Cherokee Tribe. No. Sharpsburg. Md.. and \\ho is s'iil living and a useful nivinber of t h - The tribe started with but six charter members namely: William Sisa- foose. John R. Ball, William H. Jor- -iais, E. P. Hymes, J. W. Adams Hohert Keller, none of whom survives The tribe was instituted in a adjoiniu the present flouring mill 3. P. Orampton Co.. on the b of the Chesapeake and Ohio canal., which was in that day a popular importation line for h a u d l i n s -s.-hv-.it. flour and Olh-r produce !Â·-:,i, tween Cumberland. Md.. :i"d Â«Â·Â·Â·Â·' town. D. C.