3 edition of By-laws of Lodge No. 43, Ancient York Masons, Lancaster, Pennsylvania found in the catalog.
By-laws of Lodge No. 43, Ancient York Masons, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Freemasons. Lodge No. 43, Ancient York Masons, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
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Get this from a library. By-laws of Lodge No. 43, Ancient York Masons, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. [Freemasons. Lodge, No. 43 (Lancaster, Pa.)]. Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Freemasons. Lodge No. 43, Ancient York Masons, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
OCLC Number: Reproduction Notes. Lancaster text of "History of Lodge no. 43, F.& A. M., of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, with biographical sketches of charter members, past masters, and present officers together with complete list of members of the lodge from its constitution / by George R.
Welchans, P. M., forAndrew H. Hershey, P. M., for and forwith revisions, additions and corrections of. Account of Grand Lodge dues, due from Lodge No. 2 Ancient York Masons held in the city of Philadelphia in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, under the authority of the Right Worshipful Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania, to the said Right Worshipful Grand Lodge, from the commencement of said Lodge, being the 24th.
day of June A.C. and of Masonry to St. Johns Day Decemberviz. Pennsylvania Masons have their roots in the founding of America. Sincethe fraternity has bound together men from all walks of life.
Our future is even more exciting. Freemasonry provides education, mentoring and guidance to the next Ancient York Masons of leaders and innovators. Masonic Charities. Freemasonry is far more than just a social. Grand Lodge of the most ancient and honourable fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons of Pennsylvania, and masonic jurisdiction thereunto belonging, according to the old institutions.
At a grand quarterly communication held at their hall in the city of Philadelphia, on Monday, the third day of December, anno Lucis,in ample form. Full text of " years of Ancient York Masonry in the western world, ; history of Lodge No. 43 F.& A.M., Lancaster, Pennsylvania, by George R.
Welchans, Andrew H. Hershey, and Samuel R. Fraim. With revisions, additions and corrections of former printings". By Laws Of Corinthian Lodge Of Ancient, Free & Accepted Masons, Of Concord, Mass - L A Surette () By Laws Of Mary Commandery No.
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Sublime Lodge of Perfection. In Pennsylvania Jewish Masons were quite active, particularly in the Scottish Rite. In that State we have the full record of the early proceedings of the Sublime Lodge of Perfection in Philadelphia, which marks the beginning of the Scottish Rite there.
It was first printed in Hyneman's Mirror and Keystone, at Philadelphia, inVol. III, pp.,The records of the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons for the State of Louisiana are a rich source of primary documentation about the history of African American freemasonry in Louisiana and throughout the United States, the period of post-Civil War Reconstruction (), the long civil rights movement of the late 19 th and early 20 th centuries ( Agreed upon unanimously at a Lodge No 43, held at Lancaster the 14th day of September A.
In these original by-laws By-laws of Lodge No. 43 the Lodge, we have followed the orthography, punctuation and capitalization, just as they occur in the manuscript copied in the first minute book. Bethel Lodge #47 Lodge Bylaws Instituted May Masonic Temple North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA Preamble WHEREAS, we the members of Bethel Lodge #47, having a sincere desire toward increasing the spirit of brotherly love and affection, also feel it is necessary for anyFile Size: KB.
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Bradwell M1T Anderson’s Constitution of (Facsimile Reprint) - Masonic Book Club A1H5 Andor Gero Lodge, By-laws of - Andor Gero Lodge. A committee reported as follows: “To the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Ancient York Masons of North Carolina—We the members of Concord Lodge No.
58, Tarboro, N. C., feeling aggrieved at the compulsory tax levied upon us for the purpose of completing St. John's College, claiming it an imprudent move and questioning whether it be truly a. The recall and arrest of the charter of New Vienna Lodge No, by the Grand Master, was approved and made perpetual; and on the petition of thirty-five Masons in good standing, residing in New Vienna and vicinity, a charter was granted to them establishing a new Lodge at that place to be called Dalton Lodge No, and the Masonic property.
History of Lodge No. InBrother Henry M. Bowman, a member and Past Master () of Eureka Lodge No. Mechanicsburg, PA conceived an idea to form a new Lodge in Camp Hill, PA. He discussed this with Harry Askin, and Elwyn StrodeWest Chester, PA, both of whom lived in Camp Hill. Past Master Lancaster Lodge No.
54, A. & A. Lincoln, Nebraska. Mackey, Albert G., A Text Book of Masonic Jurisprudence, Illustrating the Written and Unwritten Laws of Freemasonry, New York,7th ed. we have actual written minutes of the Masons at York from and minutes from were once extant and are.
Fredricksburg Lodge, No. 4, and Alexandria Washington Lodge, No were present as was Brother James Buchanan, President of the United States, and Past Master of Lancaster Lodge, No of Pennsylvania and assisted in the interesting ceremonies of dedicating the statue according to. History of Freemasonry The history of Freemasonry in Arkansas is closely linked to the history of Arkansas.
Many of the founders of the state were the leaders and founders of Freemasonry, and the early impact of the fraternity was in education and government. The Grand Lodge established one of the state’s first institutions of higher education, St. Johns’ College, inand init. This corresponded to the Book of Constitutions of the Grand Lodge of England, once called the"Moderns." The first Book of Masonic law published by the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania was entitled:"Ahiman Rezon abridged and digested" as a help to all that are or.
Although this has been the title of our Grand Lodge so many years, yet, until the yearall subordinate Lodges under the jurisdicti"on of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania were spoken of and referred to as Lodges of Ancient York Masons as for example (I copy from an original official document in my possession) " General Return from Lodge No.
Proceedings of the Right Worshipful Grand Lodge of the Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons of Pennsylvania, and Masonic Jurisdiction Thereunto Belonging at Its Celebration of the One Hundred and Twenty-fifth Anniversary of Its Independence Held in the Masonic Temple, In the City of Philadelphia on Monday, September the Twenty-Fifth A.
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Grand Lodge Of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons Of The State of Missouri Organized Ap by. Retired in because of ill health. His last service was in command of the U.S. naval forces on the Asiatic station.
He was a member of Lodge No. Gibraltar, and was buried on Nov. 8, by Lodge No. 43, Lancaster, Pa. Nov. 5, He joined the York Rite in March of and is a member of Ogden Chapter No. 2, Royal Arch Masons, Ogden Council No.
3, Cryptic Masons, and El Monte Commandery No. 2 Knights Templars in Ogden, Utah. He served as High Priest in and Illustrious Master and Eminent Commander in Thus as late as January,Orange Lodge of Ancient York Masons, an Atholl lodge in Charleston, S.C., granted the privilege of its Warrant for the use of the Royal Arch Chapter of South Carolina." (2) The first Royal Arch Chapter in America of which we can find anv.
To be ranked as descendants of the original York masons, was the glory and boast of the brethren in almost every country where masonry was established; and, from the prevalence and universality of the idea, that in the city of York masonry was first established by charter, the masons of England have received tribute from the first states in Europe.
Centennial History of. The Grand Lodge, Free and Accepted Ancient Masons of. Missouri. For the Committee: William F. Johnson, Grand Master By. William Frederick Kuhn Past Grand Master. '1. The "History of Lodge No. 43 of Lancaster," which Lodge, Brother Smith served as "Worshipful Master Jto Jsays: "He was elected to membership in Lodge No.
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Announcing Award Winners and Special Recognitions. Each day, Prince Hall Masons throughout California are making great strides towards advancing Freemasonry in our state – from engaging their members with cutting-edge communications to perfecting.
A very good, searchable discussion of what happened in the Craft in New York State between and is available on line in the book of Peter Ross, A Standard History of Freemasonry in the State of New York: Including Lodge, Chapter, Council, Commandery and Scottish Rite Bodies, The Lewis Publishing Company –at.
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Membership was originally restricted to white men, but the organization has now expanded its membership arters: Chicago, Illinois, United States.
He is a Past Master of Farmersville Lodge No. Past High Priest of Twin Valley Chapter No. a member of Adoniram Council No. and a member of Valley Commandery No.
He is a member of the Valley of Dayton and a Past Patron of Farmersville Chapter No.OES and Acacia Forest No.Tall Cedars of Lebanon (charter member). History of Delaware County Pennsylvania - Chapter Assembled in New York inand of the next Congress, assembled in Philadelphia in Born A.D., - Died April " It shall be the duty of the Trustees to see yt no book containing the tenets or doctrines of any sect in religion be taught in the school, or any that may.
Champion Lodge, No. (New York). Stearns, in citing his reasons for issuing his Inquiry Into the Nature and Tendency of Specuatl ve i Freemasonry, had the following to say: In the fall of I was received as a student in the Literary and Theological Seminary of Hamilton, N.Y.
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Grand Lodge - $ Grand Lodge Fandam Proceedings New Jersey - Freemasonry Masonic 19 Vols Rare Antique - $ Rare Antique The Early History And Antiquities Of Freemasonry George F Fort Vintage Freemasonry Freemason Oxford Bible For Masons Grand Lodge F. The Virginia text-book: containing a history of Masonic grand lodges, and the constitution of masonry, or Ahiman Rezon: together with a digest of the laws, rules and regulations of the Grand lodge of Virginia; also, a complete compilation of the illustrations of Masonic work, as drawn from Preston, Webb, Read and others, by John Dove, grand secretary of the Grand lodge of Virginia.Printed by the Authority of a Resolution of the Lodge, SEMI-CENTENNIAL EXERCISES OF MELITA LODGE, NO.
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It was decided to ask lodges to contribute cents per member to help Masons appealing for assistance. Nearly $4, was raised, and the Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons contributed $1, to the cause. Lancaster Lodge No. 54 protested the assessment, but the Committee on Grievances ruled it was within the authority of the Grand Master.