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Charles F. Mayer

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Background Information

Employment History

Counsellor

German Society


Affiliations

German Society

Member


Web References(3 Total References)


www.germanmarylanders.org

Charles F. Mayer, whose family immigrated to Baltimore from the city of Ulm , was a member of the German Society in the Mid and late 1800's.


www.germansociety-md.com [cached]

They were replaced by Charles F. Mayer, the son of the president, and Peter H. Cruse.
Charles F. Mayer then was also persuaded to remain in office. They were replaced by Charles F. Mayer, the son of the president, and Peter H. Cruse. Charles F. Mayer then was also persuaded to remain in office. Charles F. Mayer, counsellor for the Society and a member of the Maryland legislature, had introduced a bill which his brother Brantz Mayer, had drafted. While many of the sons faithfully carried on the work of their fathers in the Society, like Charles F. Mayer, now a vice president, F.W. Breune, Jr., Brantz Mayer, and William F. Frick, all three able counsellors, new leaders came from among the ranks of recent immigrants. A vigorous protest was sent to Annapolis and a committee of five was elected under the chairmanship of counselor Charles F. Mayer which succeeded in having the bill defeated, thus assuring the continued receipt of the share of passenger money.


www.germansociety-md.com [cached]

Charles F. Mayer, whose family immigrated to Baltimore from the city of Ulm , was a member of our Society in the Mid and late 1800's.


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