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History of freemasonry in the city of Galena, Illinois

John Corson Smith

History of freemasonry in the city of Galena, Illinois

from the organization of Strangers" Union Lodge no. 14, A.D. 1826, A.L. 1826 [read 5826] to July A.D. 1874, A.L. 5874, and By-laws of Miners" Lodge no. 273, A.F. and A.M., Jo Daviess Chapter no. 51, R.A. M"s., Ely S. Parker Council no. 60, R.S.E. and S.M"s., Galena Commandery no. 40, Knights Templars.

by John Corson Smith

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Published by Gazette Book and Job Printing House in Galena .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Freemasons. Galena, Ill

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHS539.G19 S6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination155 p.
    Number of Pages155
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7017073M
    LC Control Number10006422
    OCLC/WorldCa14362516

    Ossian M. Ross (Aug - Janu ) was a pioneer farmer, stock-raiser, and merchant in Illinois, who served as a major in the War of and subsequently founded the Illinois towns of Lewistown and Havana, and who also played a prominent role in Battles/wars: War of , Winnebago War. The history of freemasonry: its legends and traditions, its chronological history / (New York: Masonic History Co., , c), by Albert Gallatin Mackey, William Reynolds Singleton, William R. Singleton, and William J. Hughan (page images at HathiTrust) Le secret de la franc-maçonnerie.

    Freemasonry in Illinois began before Jonas arrived in Quincy in But a national controversy that clouded the organization's reputation left the story of Freemasonry blank between and Jonas helped restore its image, first in Kentucky, then in Illinois. Galena, Gazette Book and Job Printing House, Subjects: Freemasons > Freemasons / Illinois > Freemasons / Illinois / Galena. Physical Description: p. 18 cm. Locate a .

    - Explore comfortaurora's board "Vintage Aurora IL" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Vintage hotels, Aurora and Historical photos pins. Two interesting letters written by Doctor Manningham are given at length in Gould's Concise History of Freemasonry (pages ); one dated December 3, , and addressed to what was then the Provincial Grand Lodge of Holland, refusing leave for the holding of Scotch Lodges and pointing out that Freemasonry is the same in all parts of the.


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Illinois DeMolay is a Masonic youth group and part of the Illinois Freemasonry Family. Many of the Advisors to the DeMolay chapters are Freemasons. Some have the distinction of being both Senior DeMolay members (those who are older than 21 years old) and members of. flJfHEimportanceofcompilingthehistoryof ill)MasonryinGalena,thatthenamesofourearly Masonicworkersmaybepreservedtothe Craft,hasoftenbeensuggestedbythemembersof Miners.

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The history of organized Freemasonry in Illinois started on May 7, ; fourteen years before Illinois would be ratified for statehood. On that day, Brother James Edgar, of Kaskaskia, wrote to the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania asking for a Dispensation to.

Gould's History of Freemasonry (1) says of this lodge: "The Charity of the Society was solicited in the Grand Lodge of England, Decemto enable the trustees of the new Colony to send distressed Brethren to Georgia, where they may be comfortably provided for." In a Deputation to Mr.

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