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  • Olive Fagerdahl (1923 - 2001)
    Surrounded by her loved ones, Olive Vivian Fagerdahl left this world to take her place as one of the Lords angels on Dec. 29, 2001. She was born Dec. 10, 1923 in Fort Frances, Ont. to Jemima and Regi...
  • Ethel Anne Arabella DeHart (1910 - 2005)
    GREENVIEW - Ethel Ann Arabelle DeHart, 94, of Greenview died Thursday, May 5, 2005, at Lewis Memorial Christian Village. She was born Nov. 22, 1910, in Lincoln, the daughter of John Samuel and Barbar...
  • Ephriam Augustus Hall (1852 - 1917)
    Ephraim A. Hall was born on December 20, 1853 in Malden, MA to Horatio (laborer) and Elizabeth Hall . Siblings include Horatio, Mary Elizabeth (m. Patten), David Brian Dender, Abby (m. Hough), Lucy M...
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    Ester Mae Smith (1882 - 1975)
    Greeley Daily Tribune, The Mrs Esther M Wilmoth 628 Park Ave Fort Lupton the last surviving charter member of Bluebird Rebekah Lodge No 28 at Fort Lupton died Saturday at Kenton Manor She was 92. Born ...
  • George William Mabie (1857 - 1938)
    Wisconsin State Census 1905 (Possible) Evansville, Rock, Wisconsin George W 46 Birthplace Wis Parents Birthplace NY Farmer employed 8 months Rented House Alvira M 44 BP Wis PBP Ohio Paul R 10...

The Daughters of Rebekah, also known as the Rebekahs and the International Association of Rebekah Assemblies, is an international service-oriented organization and a branch of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. It was initially designed as the female auxiliary of the IOOF, but now allows both female and male members.

The general duties of the members of this unit are, "To live peaceably, do good unto all, as we have opportunity and especially to obey the Golden Rule, Whatsoever ye would that others should do unto you, do ye even so unto them."

Project Notes

Please add all Rebekahs on Geni, regardless of gender. Member lists can often be found in newspapers, historical society clippings, individual lodge websites, state and local directories, and other common genealogical sources.

Although there are male Rebekahs, we use the name "Daughters of Rebekah" due to that having been the official name for most of the organization's history.