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G. Washington, Master Mason

Allen E. Roberts

G. Washington, Master Mason

by Allen E. Roberts

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Published by Macoy Pub. & Masonic Supply Co. in Richmond .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Washington, George, 1732-1799 -- Freemasonry.,
    • Presidents -- United States -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementAllen E. Roberts.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE312.17 .R7
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 206 p. :
      Number of Pages206
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4886042M
      LC Control Number76016296

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      FACTS FOR SPEAKERS, ABOUT GEORGE WASHINGTON, MASTER MASON. SHORT TALK BULLETIN - Vol.X February, No by: Unknown "A short compilation of facts of the Masonic history of the First President, for the use of speakers who will prepare and deliver addresses on the Father of His Country, on the two hundredth anniversary of his birth. Washington Masonic Code. M W Herbert M. Edman reappointed the Commission in with this comment: “The work you are doing is very important and long overdue.” M W George R. Bordewick, after examining a preliminary draft of the Code clarification in.

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A Macoy Published Book,ISBN Roberts covers areas in Washington's life such as medals, academic honors, Municipal and Fraternal Honors, and his Masonic activities. Alist of Founding Fathers who Freemasons is also included.

Genre/Form: Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Roberts, Allen E. Washington, Master Mason. Richmond: Macoy Pub. & Masonic Supply. Detail of Washington’s name recorded as being raised to a “Master Mason” in This bible, printed inwas used by George Washington in his Masonic obligation ceremony in His home lodge, in Fredericksburg, still has possession of this treasured; somehow it managed to survive the December sack of Fredericksburg during the Civil War.

George Washington Raised a Master Mason. Aug years ago, George Washington was raised to the Sublime Degree of Master Mason in the Masonic lodge at Fredericksburg, Virginia.

The lodge at Fredericksburg was organized in and comprised mostly of. On August 4,he was raised to the third degree of Master Mason. The lodge’s surviving minute book records Washington attending only two more meetings: September 1,and January 4, 5.

Home ‣ Learn ‣ George Washington, The Mason George Washington, The Mason George Washington joined the Masonic Lodge in Fredericksburg, Virginia, at the age of twenty in During the War for Independence, General Washington attended Masonic celebrations and religious observances in several states.

He also supported. George Washington. Decem (Accompanied with gift of Masonic "Book of Constitutions" probably modeled upon the "Constitutions," the Masonic bible printed in by Benjamin Franklin and the first Masonic book published in America) Desirous to enlarge the boundaries of our social happiness, and to vindicate theFile Size: KB.

George Washington, a young Virginia planter, becomes a Master Mason, the highest basic rank in the secret fraternity of Freemasonry. The ceremony was held at the Masonic Lodge No. Washington: The Man and the Mason, pages ; and G. Washington: Master Mason, page Masonic Correspondence of Washington, pages ; and The Facts About George Washington as a Freemason, page 14; and Washington: The Man and the Mason, pages Washington’s Masonic life began in when he was initiated at the Fredericksburg, Virginia Lodge at just twenty years old.

He became a Master Mason the following year. Throughout his very public life, Washington remained active within the Fraternity.

George Washington joined Freemasonry as a young adult, at the age of 20, being initiated into “Masonic Lodge No.4”, based in Virginia. Wsahington recieved his 2nd Masonic degree when he was 21 and in the following year he was raised to his 3rd Degree as a Master Mason.

Washington’s Masonic. The first president of the United States, George Washington, was a Mason, along with 13 other presidents and numerous Supreme Court Justices. Benjamin Franklin published a book about Freemasonry on.

On the 3rd of March in the following year, "Mr. George Washington" is recorded as having been passed a Fellow Craft; and on the 4th of the succeeding August the transactions of the evening are that "Mr.

George Washington," and others whose names are mentioned, are stated to have been raised to the sublime degree of Master Mason. I was recently confronted with a quote from a gentleman named Marshall Dean who presented an address at Washington’s Centennial Memorial in claiming that Washington was a devout Mason.

In that speech, Mr. Dean claimed that: in a letter addressed in November,only thirteen months before his death, to the Grand Lodge of Maryland he has made this explicit Author: Bill Fortenberry. On August 4,George Washington became a Master Mason, the highest rank in the Fraternity of Freemasonry, in his hometown of Fredericksburg, Virginia.

The twenty-one-year-old young man would soon hold his first military commission. Masonic Lodge, Fredericksburg, Va.

[between ] Detroit Publishing Company. Prints & Photographs Division. (Virtual) Past Master was created as adjunct to satisfy that Statute.

However, since George Washington had a Masonic Apron with the "Mark Master Mason" emblem embroidered thereon; and because he was an "actual Past Master," this gives wide credence to the belief that George Washington was, in fact, a Royal Arch Size: KB. By Mark A. Tabbert George Washington's Rules is an essential code of conduct for all Freemasons.

Highlighting must-follow rules for every-day use, it also organizes Washington s Rules for lodge meetings and refreshment. For the first time, here will be found an exhaustive chronology of Washington's Masonic activities and lists of his Masonic letters, books, and artifacts/10(3).

INTRODUCTION. The records of the Lodge at Fredericksburg, Virginia, show that George Washington was initiated into that Lodge as an Entered Apprentice on Nov. 4th, ; that later he was duly passed and the Degree of Fellow-Craft was conferred upon him on March 3rd, ; and that on the 4th of August he was Raised to the Sublime Degree of Master Mason.

George Washington, Master Mason Revd Sir: I have your favor of the 17th. instant before me; and my only motive to trouble you with the receipt of this letter, is to explain, and correct a mistake which I perceive the hurry in which I am obliged, often, to write letters, have led you into.George Washington, a member of the Masons sincethe Master Mason, the Past Master, the President of the United States had personally participated in the laying of the U.S.

Capitol's cornerstone. He did so 'as a Freemason and President,' wrote Allen E. Roberts in G. Washington: Master Mason.