Hugh Payne Brindley called the meeting to order at 1:51 p.m. Members were in attendance from the Bangor, Wales in the United Kingdom, Texas, Florida, Arizona, Tennessee and Alabama.
James Brindley opened the meeting with a prayer.
Members attending introduced themselves with their ancestry.
There were no minutes from the last meeting.
Old Business - Hue Payne Brindley
Hugh Payne Brindley submitted a new slate of offices for the next two years.
President - James Brindley
The slate of offices passed
Hue Payne Brindley Passed the gavel to James Brindley
Helen Brindley and James Brindley were recognized for attending all meetings since the creation of BIHF.
Treasures Report - James Brindley
There is 905.13 in the account
The Gabriel Hanby cemetery at Locus Fork was cleaned. Kay paid for the cost of cleaning.
James Brindley has been approached by a members of a reenactment group who wish to make presentations to the BIHF. Dues were proposed to be $10 per year per person and no more than $25 per year per family.
The motion was proposed by Betty Jane Brindley Chalfant and seconded by Mary Wimbs. All were in favor.
There was discussion to change the members dues structure from a two year cycle to a one year cycle.
The meeting adjourned and a family group photo was taken on the front steps of the Col Cullman Home and Museum.