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5 edition of Texas Masonic deaths found in the catalog.

Texas Masonic deaths

with selected biographical sketches

by Michael Kelsey

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Published by Heritage Books in Bowie, Md .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Texas,
  • Texas.
    • Subjects:
    • Obituaries -- Texas.,
    • Freemasons -- Texas -- Registers.,
    • Freemasons -- Texas -- Biography.,
    • Texas -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      StatementMichael Kelsey, Nancy Graff-Kelsey, Ginny Guinn Parsons.
      ContributionsGraff-Kelsey, Nancy., Parsons, Ginny Guinn.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF385 .K455 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination203 p. ;
      Number of Pages203
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL70494M
      ISBN 100788410377
      LC Control Number99170348
      OCLC/WorldCa40627433

      William "Billy" Dixon (Septem – March 9, ) was an American scout and buffalo hunter active in the Texas helped found Adobe Walls, fired a legendary buffalo rifle shot at the Second Battle of Adobe Walls, and for his actions at the "Buffalo Wallow Fight" became one of eight civilians ever to receive the U.S. Medal of HonorAwards: Awarded Medal of Honor as a civilian. Masons of Texas. 9, likes 41 talking about this. Masons of Texas is an online social networking page to promote Freemasonry in Texas and ers: K.

      The funeral director can give you a book that guides you in providing the information needed. You should complete this book carefully and completely. Be sure to include a copy of your obituary and a copy of the list of Masonic bodies you belong to as was suggested earlier in this pamphlet. Ashlar fit for the Divine temple. It is a constant transformation through the use of Masonic symbols, rituals, and teachings on a journey of return to the center of our being. W. L. Wilmshurst, in his book Meaning of Masonry, writes, “the very essence of the Masonic doctrineFile Size: KB.

      The Grand Lodge of Texas, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons is the largest of several governing bodies of Freemasonry in the State of Texas, being solely of the Ancients' tradition and descending from the Ancient Grand Lodge of England, founded in It was founded as "The Grand Lodge of the Republic of Texas, A.F. & A.M." on 16 April Location: Waco, Texas, US. The Grand Lodge of Texas hereby establishes the following as the Burial Service to be used by Subordinate Lodges in Texas: Rules. 1. No Mason can be interred with the formalities of the Order, nor is entitled to join the procession on such occasions, unless he has been advanced to .


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Texas Masonic Deaths with Selected Biographical Sketches book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. There have been many Texans, from 3/5(1). Texas Masonic Deaths with Selected Biographical Sketches [Kelsey, Michael, Parsons, Ginny Guinn, Floyd, Nancy Graff] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Texas Masonic Deaths with Selected Biographical Sketches. Texas Masonic deaths with selected biographical sketches by Michael Kelsey. Published by Heritage Books in Bowie, Md.

Written in EnglishPages: Information from Grand Lodge annual reports published for the years through is the basis for this book. The bo Texas Masonic Deaths with Selected Biographical Sketches - Michael Kelsey, Nancy Graff-Kelsey and Ginny Guinn Parsons.

(Local lodges are responsible for maintaining and submitting records about their members to the Grand Lodge, the administrative body.) The book is organized in three parts. Part One, Deaths Reported in Lodge Records, lists lodge member deaths year by Texas Masonic deaths book.

When a Masonic husband, father, or brother dies a Masonic Funeral becomes an important part of the grieving process.

It reminds the family members, as well as the Masonic brothers, of the important characteristic of the individual’s life; his morals, ethics, and his commitment to Size: KB. THE OFFICIAL MONITOR of the Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons State of Texas.

Adopted December, GAYLE PRINTING CO. WACO COPYRIGHT BY THE GRAND LODGE OF TEXAS A.F.&A.M. This is the 'Monitor' of the Texas Masons.

It describes ceremonies, including the those used for the three major initiations and the burial rite. The "code book/cipher book" is printed by an outside company whose ritual books are the official ones in some states.

In Texas, it is neither official nor (and I believe this is a sticking point) authorized. Chapter and Council have similar ritual books to what you describe however. Sent From My Freemasonry Pro App.

Other potential transcriptions of Masonic records can be found on web sites such as Genuki, Rootsweb, and the USGenweb. For more information on Masonic records try Googling the phrase "Masonic records" or "Masonic records" plus the state your ancestor lived in.

The Masons, or Freemasons, is a group that is surrounded in controversy. The Masonic Grand Lodge Library and Museum of Texas, located at Columbus in Waco, Texas, is a (c) (3) non-profit organization.

The Library and Museum is opened to all individuals, including those with physical challenges. William Alsobrook’s Civil War Era Apron. Civil war era apron that belonged to William Millard Alsobrook from North. This book is indispensable to any Texas Mason who needs to catch up or keep fresh.

It is completely meaningless to anyone outside Masonry and thus is a true "code book". Few mistakes or "typos" and so it is consistent. But FOR HOME USE ONLY. Still I think it should be required for every Mason /5(43).

Texas historian James D. Carter recorded in his book, Masonry in Texas, that “Texas Masons contemporary with [the Battle of] San Jacinto stated emphatically that Santa Anna ‘filled the air’ with Masonic signs after his capture and had given a Masonic grip to Houston.”.

The United Most Worshipful Scottish Rite Grand Lodge of Texas: And the Case of the Stolen Lineage, Part 1 Written by WB John L.

Hairston, Research Consultant Blue-Lite Research Group Over the course of Masonic history, one of the main objectives of clandestine1 Masonic groups, in order to justify their operation and claim as Masons, is toFile Size: 2MB.

This book appears to be a guide for the ceremonies of freemasonry. Inside the front cover, it says to be returned to the lodge incase of loss or the death of the person it was loaned to.

I've been able to translate some of the book, It is very interesting, but it was accompanied by another book that says almost the same things, but not in code. Note to Genealogists: The Grand Lodge of Texas Library and Museum will conduct research of our membership records for you.

Membership records contain the date that a person joined a Masonic Lodge and the name of the Lodge he joined; also included may be the following: degree dates, suspensions, dimits, offices held, and the date of death. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: pages ; 21 cm: Responsibility: Michael Kelsey, Nancy Graff-Kelsey.

Full text of "The Official Monitor Of The Grand Lodge Of Texas" See other formats p.l THE OFFICIAL MONITOR of the Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons State of Texas Adopted December, GAYLE PRINTING CO. WACO p. 2 COPYMGHT BY THE GRAND LODGE OF TEXAS.

According to Bro. Sanderson, in his "Examination of the Masonic Ritual," the actual translation of the Hebrew w. is an " e. of c., or a f. of w."- hence the manner in which it is depicted in a F.C.'s Lodge-while the w. T.C. in Hebrew means only a blacksmith, though another w. North Texas Masonic Historical Museum and Library J Avenue, Plano, TX,Breivik – responsible for the mass murder in Norway – was a member of the Lodge of St.

Olaf in Oslo. He was promptly excluded – but his degree of involvement within the organization is open for debate. Masons played a key role in space exploration. Some say that Masons have an agenda to take over the world – but some Masons seem to.

books are available from the Grand Lodge of Texas. Directions 1) Read one Chapter in the A.L.L. Handbook. 2) Refer to the A.L.L.

Activities Exercise Book and complete the activity relating to the chapter in the A.L.L. Handbook that was previously read. 3) Discuss your answers to the activity questions with your Lodge Counselo Size: KB.texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.

Full text of "The Principles of Masonic Law: A Treatise on the Constitutional Laws, Usages and Landmarks of Freemasonry". As A.P. Bentley wrote in his book History of the Abduction of William Morgan and the Anti-Masonic Excitement ofThe two men “entered into partnership to print a book .