Freemason

  • (noun): A member of a widespread secret fraternal order pledged to mutual assistance and brotherly love.
    Synonyms: Mason

Some articles on freemason, freemasons:

Samuel Hammond - Freemason
... Samuel Hammond was also a Freemason and member of Solomon's Lodge No ... was established by the renowned Freemason and founder of the Colony of Georgia - General James Edward Oglethorpe on February 21, 1734 and is now the "Oldest Continuously Operating English Constituted ...
Alejandro Korn - Biography - Freemason
... who had in fact helped his lodge establish in Argentina, with the help of his Freemason Brothers in the country ...
Arsénio Pompílio Pompeu De Carpo - Exile in Angola
... that this decision could also be influenced by his network of freemason acquaintances ... It seems unlikely that Pompeu de Carpo became a freemason in Portugal, which he left for Angola in 1824 to return, once again as a prisoner, only in 1845 ... Of all the contingents of this diaspora, freemasons certainly belonged to the category most persecuted by crown and church ...
Risto Ryti - Aftermath
... Risto Ryti was a Freemason, but after his prison sentence, was required to give up membership in his lodge, as convicts were barred from membership ... He had become a Freemason in 1924, but according to the Finnish Lodge's assistant grand scribe Reijo Ahtokari, he did not very actively participate in Masonic activities. 1941, for example, he appointed a fellow Freemason, Jukka W ...
Andrew Belcher
... Belcher, a Freemason, also has the title of being the first person born in America to become a Freemason being raised in 1733 at the age of 27 ... Andrew's father, Jonathan Belcher, was also a Freemason being raised in 1704, just two years before Andrew was born ...