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Kate Aylesford Chapter was formed in 1904, using the title from Charles Peterson's novel, “Kate Aylesford.”

Mr. Peterson used the real life woman, Honoria Read, as his model for the fictitious character, “Kate Aylesford.” Honoria was the daughter of Charles Read, owner of the Elijah Clark Mansion.  She was a beautiful, vivacious young lady who entertained lavishly at the mansion during Revolutionary War times.

The Elijah Clark Home is now known as the Kate Aylesford Mansion.


KATE AYLESFORD CHAPTER OFFICERS & CONTACT INFORMATION

Regent: Mrs. Walter Hyde
Vice Regent:
Chaplain: Mrs. Anita Sinclair
Treasurer: Miss Carolyn Stewart
Recording Secretary: Mrs. Ella Braddock
Registrar: Mrs. Joan M. Young
Historian: Mrs. Henry Petters

PROGRAMS
Guests and prospective Members are always welcome. We meet approximately once a month in the Hammonton, New Jersey, area.

Please contact us if you would like to attend our meetings by sending an email to our registrar, Joan Young.




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