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Butler offered Winter an annual salary of $2,500 to drop an occasional good word about Fisk into the papers. Winter rejected the offer.
Butler was once married to Rose Eytinge.
Rose Eytinge was once married to George H. Butler.
Butler married Rose Eytinge.
Eytinge and Butler were married.
Butler and Eytinge were married.
Eytinge's second marriage was to George H. Butler, the U.S. Consul-General to Egypt.
Identified as one of "the friends of Henry Clapp in the city of New York," but not necessarily a Pfaffian.
Butler is credited with contributing towards a granite monument for Clapp's grave site.
Butler was one of several Pfaffians who organized Clapp's funeral.
The Vault at Pfaff's
27 Memorial Drive West, Bethlehem, PA 18015