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I have a photo of my great grand father in his regalia, look like a mason but was told he was an orange man.
how can I email the photo for identification?
The photo was taken in Devon England in the 1880’s
A R Gray
Greeting Gary ! Yes you can send your photo in to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I was told that my grandfather was a free mason of the 5th degree (which I am not sure if this is correct). He was an american citizen, but lived in Mexico from around 1925 until his death in 1945. His name was Charles Henry Bradley. Wondering if you can provide some information on his affiliation with the free masons. Ian trying to trace our ancestry, but not having much luck. Perhaps if I can get some documentation from free masons that can help understand where he was born and whom his parents were, etc… Thank you.
Do you know the lodge he used to attend? If so you can visit them and ask about him. They might have some details about him in their records.
I signed up for email before I saw the free download of the book. Now I can’t find anywhere to receive the book. Suggestions?
Hey there Johnny. Did you confirm your email address? Once you do you will get an email with the link to the eBook. If you don;t get it let me know and I’ll send it to you immediately.
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Brethren, what are the rules regarding re-posting a Brother’s post? I am Worshipful Master of Covenant Lodge #161, Palmyra, NJ and would like to use “How Does Freemasonry Make Good Men Better” as my message for my January Tressel Board. Thank you.
Go for it Brother 🙂
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