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May 30, 2008

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Jeff

Hi Aaron.

Thanks for the info about Drummond. Related to this, we'll be doing another Masonic genealogy workshop in March 2016. Stay tuned!

Jeff

Aaron Joy

Sadly, there are no more Drummonds, though maybe some extended relatives. But, his legacy lives on as a recognized name in the Portland lodge of Maine. While he started a law firm Drummond & Drummond with his son Josiah II, who passed it to his son Wadleigh, who passed it to his son Josiah III and the firm continues today as a leading real estate firm of less than 20 lawyers that has not grown like it's competition but stayed small and hopefully gives service Josiah would approve of. There's also a Drummond & Woodsum firm started in the 1960's via a cousin in the family.

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