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Little is known of the Masonic record of General Washington from the time he received his Master Mason's Degree in Fredericksburg Lodge in 1753 until the beginning of the Revolutionary War. The records of his mother Lodge, covering a part of the early period of his Masonic life, were lost or destroyed, and as that old institution was one of the first established and among the very few existing in the colony when Washington became a Mason, the loss of these records deprives the Fraternity at large of valuable information relating not only to Washington but to a large number of his fraternal contemporaries, who in after years rose to distinction in both military and civil life...



Our Masonic Forebears

Masonic Incidents In The Life Of Washington

Lodges Nos. 39 And 22 Of Alexandria, Va.

Alexandria-Washington Lodge No. 22.

George Washington Masonic National Memorial Association

Speech Of Honorable William H. Taft


ISBN 9788418379628
Pages 200
Width 5.5 in
Height 8.5 in