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On March 7, 1871, seven members of Hiram Lodge #4, gather at the home of Brother Mason S. Lowry at 40 Gay Street in Old Georgetown and organized this association. The object of this association was to request Hiram Lodge #4 to petition the Grand Lodge of the District of Columbia to grant them a dispensation to form a new lodge. The dispensation was granted and the name Widow's Son was selected for this lodge.

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Newly Initiated Entered Apprentices

Donnerstag, 2. August 2018

Congratulations to the 8 newly Initiated Entered Apprentices


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ABOUT WIDOW'S SON


In depth history of Widow's Son Lodge No. 7.


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OFFICERS


The Current Elected and Appointed Officers of Widow's Son Lodge No. 7

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COMMUNITY SERVICE


Widow's Son Lodge No. 7 community service projects.

CHARITY


Meeting Date and Time
2nd Thursday of each Month at 7:30pm


WORSHIPFUL MASTER

Charles Nelson

FROM THE EAST


PRINCE HALL FREEMASONRY


Black Freemasonry began when Prince Hall and fourteen other free black men were initiated by members of Lodge No. 441, Irish Constitution, attached to one of General Gage’s regiments—the 38th Regiment of Foot, British Army garrisoned at Castle Williams Island (now Fort Independence), Boston Harbor on March 6, 1775. The Master of Lodge No. 441 was Sergeant John Batt.


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