I would be interested to hear what you find as I live in Sacramento. I have
memories of going to going to a few conventions with my mom of the SPRSI and I
just have a hunch that there would be little of genealogical value in “Sessions
of the Supreme Council of UPEC” but am interested to hear what you find. The
real value of the membership books are that they often give the island of
origin information and some family relationships in the beneficiaries listed in
Susan Vargas Murphy
PS….I have not been to that library for years but if I am remembering
correctly, I did look at original books for marriages in Alameda County ….which
was very cool.
> On Oct 17, 2016, at 10:09 AM, themom8682 via Azores Genealogy
> <azo...@googlegroupse.com> wrote:
> Researching at the State Library in Sacramento, CA this morning. If anyone
> is interested, they have four volumes of books with the Sessions of the
> Supreme Council of UPEC: San Leandro, 1887-1898; Santa Cruz, 1899-1903; San
> Rafael, 1904-1907; and San Jose, 1924-1927. There are no indexes so you
> would need to know which book to look in and really scour it for your person.
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