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* M., Dr. - 1 of 1st, if not 1st drunk Bill & Dr. Bob tried help, disappeared A.A. history (P 144)

* M., Mrs. - wife of Alex (D 147)

* Mac, 'Poor' - early New York A.A., members didn't think he'd make it -he did (P 227, 228)

* McCarthy, Ray - 1st administrator Yale School Alcohol Studies (H 189)

* MacCormick, Austin - Commissioner of Corrections New York, Professor Criminology University California, penologist; served 2 terms trustee; nonalcoholic, spoke 2nd Intentional Convention St. Louis 1955 (A 6) (L 57) (P 358)

* Madeline V. - early Akron A.A. (D 283-5)

* Maeve - 1 of original group publishing Grapevine (A 201)

* Madonna - Felicia dreamed of having the putity of (BB3 400)

* Mag V. - wife Bob V.; farm house Wilson's stayed fall 1939 with rooms called Upper & Lower Siberia, located Bog Hollow Monsey New York (A 11, 179) (B 291) (L 122, 127) (P 214, 218)

* Main, Florence - Oxford Group leader in Akron (D 157)

* Manders, Dennis - long time non-alcoholic controller General Service Office; co-worker Nell Wing; prophesied at St. Louis Convention Bill's final stepping down from A.A. leadership would take years; in charge taping April 1970 Conference where Bill couldn't finish speech (G 50, 60, 76, 96) (H 157) (P 372-3, 393, 399)

* Margaret D. - wife Herb D., attended Tuesday night meetings Bill's house (P 162)

* Margaret McP. - husband Mickey, ran drying out farm Ballston Spa New York, Ebby Thatcher stayed there in 60's, cared for by Margaret (L 118)

* MarianTom P's aunt whose table was refinished (P 280)

* Marie B. - husband Walter B. Cleveland A.A.; (Akron records state wrote chapter in Big Book 'To Wives'); story "An Alcoholic's Wife" 1st edition Big Book story section (A 164) (D 152) (S 122) (BB1 378-379)

* Markey, Morris - writer, "Alcoholics & God" article Liberty magazine September 1939 (A 17, 87, 176-177) (H 145, 180) (L 116) (SM 11) (N 90) (P 223, 224)

* Marshall B. - early Los Angeles A.A. helped by Johnny Howe & Kaye M. (A 92)

* Martin, Sarah - name in Jack Alexander's March '41 Saturday Evening Post article used for Marty M.

* Marty M. - 1 of 1st A.A. women achieve lasting sobriety, came meetings Bill & Lois's; Dr. Tiebout gave Multilith copy Big Book to her at Blythewood Sanitarium Greenwich Connecticut; started Greenwich group 1939; sponsored Nona W.; introduced Bill to Dr. Harry Tiebout chief psychiatrist Blythewood; with original group publishing Grapevine; founded National Committee Education Alcoholism [N.C.E.A.] October 2 1944, later became National Council Alcoholism then National Council Alcoholism & Drug Dependence; Bill & Dr. Bob publicly endorsed NCEA, were named in letter head, 1946 solicitation letter for funds looked like A.A. & N.C.E.A. were linked together -impact 7th Tradition; 1943 attended newly founded Yale School Alcohol Studies, country's 1st such educational program;  broke anonymity & Bill supported; Time magazine article 1944 on NCEA told her AA background; present 25th Anniversary 1960 Long Beach California, her story "Women Suffer Too" in 2nd & 3rd edition (A 3, 18, 181, 201) (B 302-303) (E 72) (G 12-13, 66) (H 100-1, 189, 369) (L 124, 127, 146) (N 118, 126, 417) (P 210-213, 216, 244, 248, 293, 295, 310-1, 319-20, 401) (S ix) (BB2 222-229u) (BB3 222-229u, 413-4)

* Mary M. - wife of Dr. Earle M. (BB3 351u)

* Max - A.A.'s 1st German member (E 52)

* Max O. - Dr. Paul O.'s wife (BB3 439-40, 444-52)

* Max R. - Dick S. drove trucks for (BB3 200)

* Maxwell, Dr. Milton - chairman Emeriti with Dr. John (Jack) L. Norris International Convention Montreal 1985; member 1st Trustees' Archives Committee; non alcoholics trustee, chairman board; died 1988 (G 112, 127) (N 273)

* Maybelle 'May B' L. - wife Tom L., her and husband's story in 1st edition "My Wife and I"  (D 120) (BB1 287-95)

* Maynard B. - his story "Join the Tribe!" in 3rd edition (BB3 474-7u)

* 'Mayor Houde' - Montreal's major, supported A.A., threw party maybe 1st official reception any A.A. group received (A 85)

* McC. - met Stewart's cafeteria after Oxford Group meetings (B 229-230)

* McCormick, Robert - Felicia G.'s cousin in Chicago (BB3 414u)

* McKinnon, Arch - aided Dr. S.L. Minogue & Father Dunlea at Rydalmere Mental Hospital, Sydney (A 86)

* Mel B. - Michigan A.A. (P 348)

* Merced, Sister - looked after 2 bed ward St. John's Hospital Cleveland (A 20) (H 204)

* Merle H. - wife Doctor Forest H., Los Angeles A.A. (P 287-288)

* Mickey McP. - wife Margaret; had rest farm Ballston Spa near Schenectady New York; Ebby T. spent last 2 years life (G 99)

* Midge M.Bob H.'s administrative assistant; helped Nell Wing with archives; secretary Trustees' Archives Committee (G 126-127)

* Mielcarek, Henry - corporate personnel expert; engaged Allis-Chalmers look after alcoholic problem; nonalcoholic, spoke 2nd Intentional Convention St. Louis 1955 (A 5) (P 358)

* Mike - early Detroit A.A. Archie T. helped, assisted A.A. growth Detroit (A 24)

* Mike R. - pioneer A.A. Oklahoma; chairman Trustee's Archives Committee; initiated Markings On Journey 1979 (G 109-110,131)

* Miles N., Dr. - 1 1st A.A.'s doctor members, prodigious A.A. worker & national authority on chemistry of drunks (A 95)

* Millay, Edna St Vincent - poet (BB3 534)

* Millie - Emily Wilson's sister (P 13)

* Milotte, Mary - had influence Bill's boyhood, his teacher (B 42) (L 19,33)

* Minogue, S. J. - Australian psychiatrist with Rydalmere Mental Hospital Sydney, late 1942 wrote G.S.O. (A 85)

* Miriam - wife of Akron AA member, She and Annabelle G. took Ethel M. under their wing (BB3 269)

* Money, Francis - boyhood acquaintance Bill's (P 47)

* Montjoy, Mr. & Mrs. - vice president hotel organization (P 288)

* Morgan, J.P. - very rich Wall Street man, Bill's hero (P 81)

* Morgan R. - Irish Catholic, ex-ad man; came A.A. early January 1939; had friend on Catholic Committee Publications New York Archdiocese, delivered mimeograph copy Big Book to committee, they approved; spoke popular radio program 'We The People' April 1939 shortly after release Greystone institution; attended John D. Rockefeller's A.A. dinner Feb 1940; Wilson's stayed his apartment about 2 months (A 168-169, 174-175, 183) (B 286, 295) (H 62) (L 115, 127) (N 47, 75, 90, 93) (P 201, 207, 208, 209, 215, 221, 232-233)

* Morris - Jewish A.A. St. Thomas Hospital alcoholic ward with Sister Ignatia, Irish cop sponsor (D 194)

* Morris B. - his story "A Five-Time Loser Wins" in 3rd edition (BB3 457-463u)

* Morrow, David - a spook (P 276-7,278)

* Mort J. - wife Francis; early A.A., book convert, came Los Angeles March 1940 from Denver & helped faltering group; hired meeting place Cecil Hotel; insisted reading Chapter 5 Big Book start every meeting (A 93-94) (P 266, 288)

* 'Mother AA' - see "Smith, Anne Ripley"

* 'Mother G.' - mother of Ernie G -Akron, Oxford Group matron (D 147, 149, 151) (N 55)

* Muriel - Lois embroidered stockings for her (P 239)

* 'My friend postman' - see "Whalon, Mark"

* Myron W. - (name often spelled "Myrow") his story "Hindsight" in 1st edition, from NY (BB1 370-4)


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BOOK REFERENCES USED:

(A)  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS COMES OF AGE (AA)
(B)  BILL W. -by Robert Thomsen
(C)  CHILDREN OF THE HEALER -by Bob Smith & Sue Smith Windows as told to P. Christine Brewer
(D)  DR. BOB AND THE GOOD OLD TIMERS (AA)
(E)  A.A. EVERYWHERE ANYWHERE (AA)
(G)  GRATEFUL TO HAVE BEEN THERE -by Nell Wing
(H)  THE LANGUAGE OF THE HEART (AA)
(L)  LOIS REMEMBERS -by Lois Wilson
(N)  NOT-GOD -by Ernest Kurtz
(P)  PASS IT ON (AA)
(S)  SISTER IGNATIA -by Mary C. Darrah
(SM)  THE SERVICE MANUAL (AA, 99'?)
(W)  A.A., THE WAY IT BEGAN -by Bill Pittman
(BB)  *BIG BOOK of ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS (AA)
Note 1:  Each snippet is referenced: examples; (P 233)=Pass It On, page 233. (N 68)=Not God, page 68. (B 277)=Bill W, page 277
Note 2:  "unnamed" references have a "u" following the page number.
Note 3:  "named" references have "name" after page number where pseudonyms (assumed name) are used in the book.
Note 4:  Big Book edition: example; (BB2/3 193-209u)=Big Book, 2nd & 3rd edition, pages 193 to 209, unnamed.
cofounders of Alcoholics Anoonymous, William Griffith Wilson (Bill W) and Dr. Robert Holbrook Smith, M.D. (Dr. Bob); 1st AA meeting ever, June 10th, 1935.
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