This picture was taken from the Worshipful Master's chair at Weymouth Masonic Hall. John Pearce, Secretary of All Souls tells us.... "The Lodge was redecorated in 1967 in preparation for the Bi-Centenary Celebrations.
Over 6,030 transcriptions -- including Masonic lodge rosters, funeral notices, school catalogues, telephone directories, insurance claims, directories, church member lists, prison records, etc. -- from original documents.
The secret Masonic handshakes of the Blue Lodge, the first three degrees of Freemasonry. First Degree: Entered Apprentice Secret word: Boaz Second Degree: Fellow Craft Secret word: Jachin Third Degree: Master Mason Secret word: Mahabone
Hand crafted Fairy Lodge Lantern, candle holder, light jar, night light, wedding centrepiece, MADE TO ORDER
free masons | Inspire: Freemasons Symbol The Grand Masonic Lodge was created in 1717 when four small groups of lodges joined together. Membership levels were initially first and second degree, but in the 1750s this was expanded to create the third degree which caused a split in the group. When a person reaches the third degree, they are called a Master Mason.
Such unique pieces to acquire. Hand turned American black walnut Mason Masonic Warden Columns. These have the Senior and Junior Warden emblems on bases. These came from a Masonic lodge in Northern IL that closed.