Maryland Masonic Homes 1936-1937 Report
Report of The Masonic Homes of Maryland, "Bonnie Blink," May 1, 1936 to July 31, 1937. Sanctioned and Approved by the Board of Trustees. Includes a list of Residents Admitted and Deaths.
Who May Be Admitted: 1. A Master Mason, who has been in good standing for ten years continuously and who for at least five years continuously, preceding the date of application, has been a member in good standing of a Subordinate Lodge of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons of Maryland.
2. The Wife of a Master Mason.
3. The mother, widow, unmarried sister or daughter of a deceased Master Mason, who was, at the time of his decease, a member in good standing of a Subordinate Lodge in this Jurisdiction.
Names in this online transcription include Andreae, Bay, Bayless, Brown, Clarke, Clifton, Cross, Crowell, Ebaugh, Etheridge, Finney, Fisher, Fleck, Forrest, Fretwell, Gerwig, Greene, Hahn, Hessey, Hieatzman, Huether, Huey, Johnson, Jones, Kahl, Kemper, King, Knighton, Kooke, Lantz, Laux, Lauz, Lehman, Livingston, Lockhart, Longworth, Lucas, Madison, Mask, McCardell, Mueller, Penniman, Poole, Schad, Schroeder, Shaw, Skillman, Smith, Stapp, Tome, Wallace, Wallenstein, Wheeler, Wright, Zinn.
Labels: Maryland, Home Records
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