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Sunday, December 25, 2011

Merry Christmas

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On behalf of everyone at Tupelo Masonic Lodge No. 318 F&AM, we would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas. We hope that the real reason for the season will be remembered as we celebrate the birth of Jesus.



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Sunday, November 20, 2011

York Rite of Freemasonry in Mississippi

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York Rite of Freemasonry

in Mississippi

Grand Chapter, Royal Arch Masons


Capitular Masonry is the first step in the completion of the York Rite. In the United States, a Chapter of Royal Arch Masons confers the degrees of Mark Master, Past Master, Most Excellent Master, and The Most Sublime Degree of the Holy Royal Arch, which all symbolically take place during the actual construction of King Solomon's Temple. Freemasons who hold membership in a Royal Arch Chapter are styled "Companions". The Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons in Mississippi governs 50 local Chapters throughout the State, and is in turn subordinate to the General Grand Chapter, Royal Arch Masons International.

Grand Council, Royal and Select Masters


Cryptic Masonry is the next step in the completion of the York Rite. In the United States, a Council of Royal and Select Masters confers the degrees of Royal Master and Select Master, with the optional addition of the Super Excellent Master degree, which endeavor to instruct those aspiring to its mysteries on the preservation and recovery of the Lost Word referenced in the Blue Lodge. Freemasons who hold membership in a Council of Royal and Select Masters are styled "Companions". The Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters in Mississippi governs 50 local Councils throughout the State, and is in turn subordinate to the General Grand Council, Cryptic Masons International.

 

Grand Commandery, Knights Templar


Chivalric Masonry is the culmination of the York Rite system. By building on what is taught in the Blue Lodge, the Knights Templar provide a path for those who wish to continue their journey through Freemasonry by adding the lessons of Christian chivalry and devotion to duty that so marked the ancient Templars. In the United States, a Commandery of Knights Templar confers the Order of the Red Cross, the Order of Malta and the Order of the Temple. Freemasons who hold membership in a Commandery of Knights Templar are styled "Sir Knights". The Grand Commandery of Knights Templar in Mississippi governs 50 local Commanderies throughout the State, and is in turn subordinate to the Grand Encampment of Knights Templar of the United States.


Micky P. McMahan, Grand Secretary/Recorder
Ph: 601-482-3914

Email: glom@bellsouth.net


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Saturday, November 19, 2011

Widows Sons Masonic Riders Association - Mississippi Chapter

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The Widows Sons is an International Masonic Motorcycle Association comprised of Freemasons. The purpose of founding the Widows Sons is to aid and assist widows and orphans of Master Masons. This is done by forming a widow’s fund within the Grand Chapter to contribute to the aid of widows in our state. No other fund should take precedence over our widow’s fund. We were founded in 1998 for the sole purpose of aiding and assisting widows. If you are interested in our purpose, please contact us.

Any widow of a master mason should contact the Widows Sons Grand Chapter in your state for assistance when you are in need. They were founded for this purpose.

In 2001, two years after our founding, a second and third purpose was added to the bylaws. The second was to provide a social and fraternal outlet for Freemasons who ride and desire to socialize with and travel the open roads with their brethren. The third was to introduce Freemasonry to the world of motorcycles and motorcycling to the world of Freemasonry. The second and third purposes are very distant second and third purposes, far behind the aiding and assisting of widows, and these should not take precedence over our founding purpose of aiding and assisting widows of master masons.


Mississippi
(Grand Chapter- Holly Springs)
Pinebelt Travelers (Pine Belt)


 


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To join an existing chapter or Grand Chapter, you must contact that chapter directly. We have a list of all of our Grand Chapters and their constituent chapters on our Chapters page. Where there is no link available on our Chapters list, you may use our Contact Form where we will be able to put you in touch with the respective chapter or jurisdiction. Note: We often receive inquiries on becoming a member-at-large. This was a temporary program intended to introduce the Widows Sons in areas where we had no chapters. This program is no longer available! In order to become a member you must contact a chapter in your state, province, or country. When there is none available, the only other option is to contact the Founder Carl Davenport carladavenport@hotmail.com in order to be put in touch with a sponsoring Grand Chapter who will assist you in the formation of your own Grand Chapter.

Friday, November 18, 2011

Masonic Car Tags

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We all have to buy a tag for our vehicles. Why not support Masonry in Mississippi at the same time? For an additional $31.00 you can have a Masonic tag like the one pictured above. Of the $31.00 extra cost, $24.00 of this goes to the Grand Lodge of Mississippi. This helps keep Grand Lodge assessments low while making your car look good.

You'll need to get a form from the Secretary of your Lodge in order to purchase the tag. If your Lodge Secretary does not have one, he may download it from the Secretary's Center of this website, or you may contact the Grand Secretary here. You can get these tags in the county where you pay your taxes.


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Thursday, November 17, 2011

Masonic Camping Club

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National Camping Travelers, Inc., (NCT) was founded in 1966 at Gettysburg, PA, by the late Brother Myron Fox and twenty-one other Masonic families with the idea that a CAMPING CLUB FOR MASTER MASONS AND THEIR FAMILIES would be an added opportunity for fraternal fun and fellowship. Brother Fox's idea has since spread to most of the continental United States and Canada.The only requirement to join NCT is you must be a MASTER MASON in good standing in a Lodge of which its Grand Lodge is recognized by the other Grand Lodges of the United States of America, Canadian Provinces and Mexico.

The local Chapter for Mississippi is Mississippi Magnolias #235. The contact information is as follows:

Dan Wise
PO Box 314
Ackerman MS 39735
(662) 285-6658
bewise@telpak.net

Betty Ingvardsen
1979 Springridge Rd
Raymond MS 39154
(601) 371-0301
bettyngary@att.net

You may also visit the NCT external website here


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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Life as a Mason

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What is the typical life of a Mason?

It’s a question we get a lot from men who are deciding if they’d like to join the craft. The real answer is: There is no “typical” life of a Mason. Masons come from all walks of life — from Corporate CEOs to city bus drivers, from commodities brokers to auto mechanics. What unifies Masons is not where we come from or what we do for a living, but rather what we aspire to be.

QUALITIES OF A MASON
 The essential qualities Masons share in their diverse lives are a belief in a Supreme Being and a desire to strive for:

  • fellowship with other Masons
  • high moral standards
  • kindness in the home
  • courtesy in society
  • honesty in business
  • fairness in all dealings

BEING A MASON

Being a Mason is about a father helping his son make better decisions; a business leader striving to bring morality to the workplace; a thoughtful man learning to work through tough issues in his life.


FELLOWSHIP, FRIENDSHIP, AND COMMUNITY SERVICE

Throughout a Mason’s life, fellowship and friendship is a key component, as well as community service. The typical Mason wants to continue to grow as a man and to benefit society.




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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

James Ottis Roberts - District Deputy Grand Lecturer - District 7

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James Ottis Roberts
DDGL - District 7
Biography |
Contact

Bro J.O. Roberts is a member of Tupelo Masonic Lodge No. 318 F&AM and a resident of Tupelo, Ms.

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Monday, November 14, 2011

The Grand Lodge of Mississippi - Grand Officers 2011

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Charles Lynn Cox
Grand Master

Biography | Contact
John Wayne Carroll
Deputy Grand Master

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Myron Lewis Ware
Senior Grand Warden

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Kenneth Eccles Dyer
Junior Grand Warden
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Contact
Alfred Silva Bettencourt
Grand Chaplain

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T. Earl Creekmore
Grand Treasurer
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Micky Paul McMahan
Grand Secretary
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Fred Franklin Bean
Grand Secretary Emeritus
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Danny Olan Alexander
Grand Lecturer
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Michael Don Bryant
Senior Grand Deacon
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Joseph Bryan Thompson
Junior Grand Deacon

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Simeion Lane Langston
Grand Marshal
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Steve Austin Prestwood
Grand Sword Bearer
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Stacy Eugene Wallace
Grand Pursuivant
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Christopher Michael Reid
Grand Orator and Librarian
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Lonnie Lewis Rayborn
Grand Tiler
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Paul Wayne Dennis
Grand Photographer
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Sunday, November 13, 2011

Orient of Mississippi of the Supreme Council 33° Ancient & Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry Southern Jurisdiction

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Scottish Rite Philanthropies

A duty of all Masons is to support various "Masonic" philanthropies so far as they can. These philanthropies most often do not require the recipient to be a Mason or family of a Mason. Probably the best-known Masonic philanthropies are the Shrine Hospitals. The Shrine is not alone in doing "Good Works". The "Blue Lodges" have their philanthropies as do the York Rite and the other appendant bodies to masonry. We of the Southern Jurisdiction of the Ancient & Accepted Scottish Rite have as one of our major philanthropy dyslexia research and educational material for students and adults with the disorder which causes the brain to not interpret the written word in the same manner as happens for most of us.



Orient of Mississippi pf the Supreme Council 33° Ancient & Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry Southern Jurisdiction


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Saturday, November 12, 2011

Famous Masons - Overview

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PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES

Buchanan, James
Ford, Gerald R.
Garfield, James A.
Harding, Warren G.
Jackson, Andrew
Johnson, Andrew
McKinley, William
Monroe, James
Polk, James Knox
Roosevelt, Franklin D.
Roosevelt, Theodore
Taft,William Howard
Truman, Harry S.
Washington, George

MILITARY FIGURES

Arnold, General Henry "Hap" - Commander of the Army Air Force
Bradley, Omar N. - Military leader
Doolittle, General James - Famous Air Force Pilot
Jones, John Paul - First Admiral of the US Navy
MacArthur, General Douglas - Commander of Armed Forces in Philippines
Marshall, George - General of the Armies
Montgomery, Richard Major General - First General Officer of the Continental Army
Murphy, Audie - Most decorated soldier of WWII.
Pershing, John Joseph - Decorated American Soldier
Rickenbacker, Eddie - Great American Air Force Ace

SPORTS FIGURES

Cobb, Ty - An original member of the Baseball Hall of Fame
Combs, Earle Bryan - Baseball Hall of Fame
Naismith, James - Inventor of Basketball
Palmer, Arnold - Golf Pro

WRITERS/ACTORS

Clemens, Samuel L. - Mark Twain - writer
Doyle, Sir Author Conan - Writer - Sherlock Holmes
Gable, Clark - Actor
Kipling, Rudyard - Writer
Rogers, Roy - American cowboy and screen star
Shakespeare, William - Writer
Voltaire - French writer and philosopher
Wayne, John - Actor

MUSICIANS

Clark, Roy - Country Western Star
Key, Francis Scott - Wrote US National Anthem
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus - Composer
Smith, John Stafford - Wrote the music that became the US National Anthem.
Sousa, John Philip - Led the US Marine Band from 1880 - 1892

GOVERNMENT FIGURES

Churchill, Winston - British Leader
Diefenbaker, John G. - Prime Minister of Canada 1957-63
George VI - King of England during W.W. II
Marshall, John - Chief Justice US Supreme Court 1801 - 1835
Marshall, Thurgood - Supreme Court Justice

ASTRONAUTS

Aldrin, Edwin E. - Astronaut
Armstrong, Neil - Astronaut
Glenn, John H. - First American to orbit the earth in a space craft
Grissom, Virgil - Astronaut

AMERICAN PIONEERS

Austin, Stephen F. - Father of Texas
Bowie, James - Alamo
Clark, William - Explorer
Cody, "Buffalo Bill" William - Indian fighter, Wild West Show
Colt, Samuel - Firearms inventor
Crockett, David - American Frontiersman and Alamo fame
Henry, Patrick - Patriot
Lewis, Meriwether - Explorer
Revere, Paul - Famous American
Travis, Colonel William B. - Alamo

OTHER FAMOUS MASONS

Bartholdi, Frederic A. - Designed the Statue of Liberty
Beard, Daniel Carter - Founder Boy Scouts
Borglum, Gutzon & Lincoln - Father and Son who carved Mt. Rushmore
Dunant, Jean Henri - Founder of the Red Cross
Ford, Henry - Pioneer Automobile Manufacturer
Hoban, James - Architect for the US Capital
Hoover, J. Edgar - Director of FBI
Land, Frank S. - Founder Order of DeMolay
Mayo, Dr. William and Charles - Began Mayo Clinic
Penny, James C. - Retailer
Warner, Jack - Warner Brothers Fame




There are far too many famous Freemasons to be listed here. For more listings, please consult the various internet search engines for "Famous Freemasons"


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Friday, November 11, 2011

Happy Veterans Day 11-11-11 from Tupelo Masonic Lodge No 318 F&AM

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On behalf of Tupelo Masonic Lodge No. 318 F&AM, we would like to say, "Thank You" to all of Americas Veterans who have served, or are currently serving, our Nation. It is because of the sacrifices made by these distinguished brothers and sisters in arms, that all Americans can enjoy the freedoms we have today. Our Nation was founded on principles that called for the selfless service, sacrifice, and even the blood of true patriots and defenders of freedom, who were committed to the prosperity, dignity, and liberty, of all man kind. Today, the same rings true of our Veterans. With a humble heart, America salutes you all.





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Thursday, November 10, 2011

Freemasonry and Religion

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Basic Principles. Freemasonry is not a religion, nor is it a substitute for religion. It requires of its members a belief in God as part of the obligation of every responsible adult, but advocates no sectarian faith or practice. Masonic ceremonies include prayers, both traditional and extempore, to reaffirm each individual's dependence on God and to seek divine guidance. Freemasonry is open to men of any faith, but religion may not be discussed at Masonic meetings.

The Supreme Being. Masons believe that there is one God and that people employ many different ways to seek, and to express what they know of God. Masonry primarily uses the appellation, "Grand Architect of the Universe," and other non-sectarian titles, to address the Deity. In this way, persons of different faiths may join together in prayer, concentrating on God, rather than differences among themselves. Masonry believes in religious freedom and that the relationship between the individual and God is personal, private, and sacred.

Volume of the Sacred Law. An open volume of the Sacred Law, "the rule and guide of life," is an essential part of every Masonic meeting. The Volume of the Sacred Law in the Judeo/Christian tradition is the Bible; to Freemasons of other faiths, it is the book held holy by them.

The Oath of Freemasonry. The obligations taken by Freemasons are sworn on the Volume of the Sacred Law. They are undertakings to follow the principles of Freemasonry and to keep confidential a Freemason's means of recognition. The much discussed "penalties," judicial remnants from an earlier era, are symbolic, not literal. They refer only to the pain any honest man should feel at the thought of violating his word.

Freemasonry Compared with Religion. Freemasonry lacks the basic elements of religion: (a) It has no dogma or theology, no wish or means to enforce religious orthodoxy. (b) It offers no sacraments. (c) It does not claim to lead to salvation by works, by secret knowledge, or by any other means. The secrets of Freemasonry are concerned with modes of recognition, not with the means of salvation.

Freemasonry Supports Religion. Freemasonry is far from indifferent toward religion. Without interfering in religious practice, it expects each member to follow his own faith and to place his Duty to God above all other duties. Its moral teachings are acceptable to all religions.

Prepared by the Masonic Information Center(12/93)
Revised (9/98)


The Masonic Service Association of North America -  Statement on Freemasonry and Religion





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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Masonic Lodges - Mississippi - Free & Accepted Masonry

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  • ABBEVILLE NO. 320, LAFAYETTE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 6
  • ABERDEEN NO. 32, MONROE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 2
  • ABERT NO. 89, OKTIBBEHA COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 14
  • ACKERMAN NO. 119, CHOCTAW COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 14
  • ADELPHIAN NO. 174, WEBSTER COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 9
  • AMOS DORMAN NO. 480, UNION COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 3
  • ANDREW CHAPEL NO. 151, LAUDERDALE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 16
  • ANDREW DENHAM NO. 611, FORREST COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 26
  • ANDREW JACKSON NO. 2, ADAMS COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 28
  • ANTIOCH NO. 549, CALHOUN COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 6
  • ARKABUTLA NO. 287, TATE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 4
  • ASYLUM NO. 63, WILKINSON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 28
  • BALDWYN NO. 108, LEE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 7
  • BANNER NO. 329, CALHOUN COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 6
  • BASSFIELD NO. 575, JEFFERSON DAVIS COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 23
  • BAY SPRINGS NO. 167, TISHOMINGO COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 1
  • BEAUMONT NO. 468, PERRY COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 30
  • BELMONT NO. 237, TISHOMINGO COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 1
  • BELZONI NO. 547, HUMPHREYS COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 11
  • BEN FRANKLIN NO. 11, FRANKLIN COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 27
  • BETH EDEN NO. 205, WINSTON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 14
  • BETHEL NO. 107, ATTALA COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 12
  • BIG BLACK NO. 608, MONTGOMERY COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 10
  • BLOUNTVILLE NO. 448, JEFFERSON DAVIS COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 23
  • BLUE MOUNTAIN NO. 474, TIPPAH COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 3
  • BOGUE CHITTO NO. 260, LINCOLN COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 21
  • BOLTON NO. 326, HINDS COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 20
  • BOONEVILLE NO. 305, PRENTISS COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 1
  • BOWIE NO. 439, LAMAR COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 26
  • BRAXTON NO. 465, SIMPSON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 22
  • BRECKINRIDGE NO. 309, JONES COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 25
  • BROOKHAVEN NO. 241, LINCOLN COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 21
  • BUDE NO. 566, FRANKLIN COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 28
  • BUNKER HILL NO. 311, SMITH COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 17
  • BURNSVILLE NO. 233, TISHOMINGO COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 1
  • BYHALIA NO. 115, MARSHALL COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 4
  • CALEDONIA NO. 280, LOWNDES COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 2
  • CALHOUN CITY NO. 506, CALHOUN COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 9
  • CALVARY NO. 554, LAUDERDALE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 16
  • CANTON NO. 28, MADISON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 12
  • CAPITOL NO. 600, HINDS COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 18
  • CARLEY NO. 562, MARION COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 23
  • CARNOT POSEY NO. 378, ATTALA COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 12
  • CARRIERE NO. 445, PEARL RIVER COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 31
  • CARROLLTON NO. 36, CARROLL COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 10
  • CENTER STAR NO. 322, ITAWAMBA COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 7
  • CHICORA NO. 538, WAYNE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 24
  • CIRCLE NO. 638, MADISON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 19
  • CLARKSDALE NO. 286, COAHOMA COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 5
  • CLEVELAND NO. 470, BOLIVAR COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 11
  • CLYDE HOWARD NO. 525, JONES COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 25
  • COFFADELIAH NO. 371, NESHOBA COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 13
  • COHAY NO. 574, SMITH COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 17
  • COLDWATER NO. 409, TATE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 4
  • COLUMBUS NO. 5, LOWNDES COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 14
  • CORINTH NO. 116, ALCORN COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 1
  • CROSSROADS NO. 637, ALCORN COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 1
  • CRYSTAL SPRINGS NO. 452, COPIAH COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 19
  • D'LO NO. 230, SIMPSON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 22
  • DAISY NO. 421, STONE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 30
  • DEER CREEK NO. 356, SHARKEY COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 11
  • DIAMOND NO. 393, HANCOCK COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 29
  • DREW NO. 459, SUNFLOWER COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 5
  • E. J. KNOX KING SOLOMON NO. 130, LAUDERDALE COUNTY - MASONIC DIST 16
  • EAST CENTRAL NO. 631, JACKSON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 30
  • EBENEZER NO. 76, TATE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 4
  • ELLISVILLE NO. 161, JONES COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 25
  • ENON NO. 199, FORREST COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 30
  • ENTERPRISE NO. 585, CLARKE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 24
  • EPLEY NO. 466, LAMAR COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 26
  • EUPORA NO. 423, WEBSTER COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 9
  • EVENING STAR NO. 70, RANKIN COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 19
  • EVERGREEN NO. 57, NEWTON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 15
  • EZEL NO. 426, JACKSON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 29
  • FAIR RIVER NO. 203, LINCOLN COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 21
  • FAIRMOUNT NO. 384, SMITH COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 17
  • FAIRVIEW NO. 457, ITAWAMBA COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 7
  • FELLOWSHIP NO. 630, HARRISON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 29
  • FOREST NO. 437, SCOTT COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 17
  • FULLER NO. 515, JONES COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 25
  • FULTON NO. 444, ITAWAMBA COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 7
  • GEORGE D. RILEY NO. 605, SCOTT COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 17
  • GLOSTER NO. 399, AMITE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 27
  • GOLDEN GROVE NO. 323, NESHOBA COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 15
  • GOODMAN NO. 489, HOLMES COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 12
  • GREENVILLE NO. 206, WASHINGTON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 11
  • GREENWOOD NO. 135, LEFLORE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 10
  • GRENADA NO. 31, GRENADA COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 10
  • GULFPORT NO. 422, HARRISON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 29
  • H. S. STANSEL NO. 603, WAYNE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 24
  • HARMONY NO. 1, ADAMS COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 28
  • HARRISVILLE NO. 336, SIMPSON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 22
  • HATTIESBURG NO. 397, FORREST COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 26
  • HAZLEHURST NO. 25, COPIAH COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 21
  • HENRY CLAY NO. 485, NEWTON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 15
  • HERNANDO NO. 51, DESOTO COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 4
  • HICKORY NO. 343, NEWTON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 15
  • HINDS NO. 628, HINDS COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 20
  • HIRAM NO. 349, SMITH COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 17
  • HOLLY SPRINGS NO. 35, MARSHALL COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 4
  • HORN LAKE NO. 617, DESOTO COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 4
  • HOUSTON NO. 67, CHICKASAW COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 8
  • HUB CITY NO. 627, FORREST COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 26
  • HYLAND-JARMON NO. 113, WARREN COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 20
  • INDIANOLA NO. 450, SUNFLOWER COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 11
  • IUKA NO. 94, TISHOMINGO COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 1
  • J. A. MAYFIELD NO. 165, MONROE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 2
  • J. H. WOOTEN, SR. NO. 503, JONES COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 25
  • J. L. POWER NO. 416, STONE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 31
  • J. M. BRADLEY NO. 447, JONES COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 25
  • J. M. WESSON NO. 317, COPIAH COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 21
  • JAMES A. MYERS NO. 619, HINDS COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 18
  • JAYESS NO. 501, LAWRENCE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 21
  • JEFFERSON NO. 146, KEMPER COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 16
  • JOHN A. B. JONES NO. 529, MADISON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 12
  • JOHN A. GALBREATH NO. 334, COPIAH COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 28
  • JOHN A. QUITMAN NO. 244, LINCOLN COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 27
  • JOHN P. BYRD NO. 629, RANKIN COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 19
  • JOHN S. CAIN NO. 259, CHICKASAW COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 8
  • JONESBORO NO. 250, TIPPAH COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 3
  • JOSEPH WARREN NO. 71, UNION COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 3
  • KIRKVILLE NO. 517, ITAWAMBA COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 2
  • LAUREL NO. 414, JONES COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 25
  • LEAKESVILLE NO. 420, GREENE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 30
  • LEAVELL WOOD NO. 620, HINDS COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 19
  • LENA NO. 493, LEAKE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 13
  • LEXINGTON NO. 24, HOLMES COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 12
  • LIBERTY NO. 37, AMITE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 27
  • LITTLE ROCK NO. 573, NEWTON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 15
  • LONGSTREET NO. 268, LAUDERDALE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 16
  • LOUISVILLE NO. 75, WINSTON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 13
  • LUMBERTON NO. 417, LAMAR COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 31
  • MAGNOLIA NO. 120, HARRISON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 29
  • MARIETTA NO. 188, PRENTISS COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 2
  • MATHISTON-DOUBLE SPRINGS NO. 184, WEBSTER COUNTY - MASONIC DIST 14
  • MCCOMB CITY NO. 382, PIKE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 27
  • MCKEE NO. 488, CALHOUN COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 9
  • MCLEOD NO. 424, JACKSON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 29
  • MELLEN NO. 138, NEWTON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 15
  • MENDENHALL NO. 497, SIMPSON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 22
  • MERIDIAN NO. 308, LAUDERDALE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 16
  • MONTICELLO NO. 610, LAWRENCE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 21
  • MONTPELIER NO. 220, CLAY COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 8
  • MORTON NO. 254, SCOTT COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 17
  • MOSES COOK NO. 111, PEARL RIVER COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 31
  • MOSS POINT NO. 202, JACKSON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 29
  • MS LODGE OF RESEARCH NO. 640, HINDS COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 18
  • MT. CARMEL NO. 453, JEFFERSON DAVIS COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 23
  • MT. OLIVE NO. 264, COVINGTON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 23
  • MT. SALUS NO. 595, HINDS COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 20
  • MUSEUM-WATT CARTER NO. 636, HINDS COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 18
  • NATCHEZ TRACE NO. 609, CHOCTAW COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 10
  • NETTLETON NO. 451, LEE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 8
  • NEW HEBRON NO. 508, LAWRENCE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 22
  • NOXAPATER NO. 536, WINSTON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 13
  • O. D. SMITH NO. 33, LAFAYETTE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 6
  • OAK GROVE NO. 293, DESOTO COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 4
  • OVETT NO. 571, JONES COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 25
  • PALMETTO NO. 152, LEE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 8
  • PANOLA NO. 66, PANOLA COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 5
  • PASCAGOULA NO. 419, JACKSON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 29
  • POLAR STAR NO. 154, HARRISON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 29
  • PONTOTOC NO. 81, PONTOTOC COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 8
  • PRAIRIE NO. 87, CHICKASAW COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 8
  • PRUDENCE NO. 558, SMITH COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 17
  • PUCKETT NO. 621, RANKIN COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 22
  • PURVIS NO. 434, LAMAR COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 26
  • R. E. LEE NO. 156, LEE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 7
  • R. P. BOWEN NO. 430, GEORGE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 30
  • RICHMOND NO. 97, ITAWAMBA COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 7
  • RICHTON NO. 477, PERRY COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 30
  • RIPLEY NO. 47, TIPPAH COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 3
  • RISING GLORY NO. 215, PIKE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 27
  • ROBERT ANDREWS NO. 612, TUNICA COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 4
  • ROBERT G. SMITH NO. 412, TISHOMINGO COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 1
  • ROCKY FORD NO. 185, UNION COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 3
  • S. B. STAMPLEY NO. 222, FRANKLIN COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 28
  • SAINTS JOHN NO. 507, LAUDERDALE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 16
  • SALEM NO. 45, BENTON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 3
  • SALTILLO NO. 294, LEE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 7
  • SAND HILL NO. 442, GREENE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 30
  • SANFORD NO. 443, COVINGTON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 26
  • SHERRARD BYRD NO. 353, PEARL RIVER COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 31
  • SILVER CREEK NO. 472, LAWRENCE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 23
  • SILVER SPRINGS NO. 410, PIKE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 27
  • SINCERITY NO. 214, PIKE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 27
  • SINGING RIVER NO. 633, JACKSON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 29
  • SMITHVILLE NO. 548, MONROE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 2
  • SOLOMON NO. 126, TATE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 4
  • SOUTH UNION NO. 193, SCOTT COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 17
  • SOUTHERN STAR NO. 500, HARRISON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 29
  • SPLUNGE NO. 602, MONROE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 2
  • ST. ALBANS NO. 60, MARION COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 26
  • STATE LINE NO. 316, GREENE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 30
  • STEEP HOLLOW NO. 639, PEARL RIVER COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 31
  • STURGIS NO. 365, OKTIBBEHA COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 14
  • SUMMERVILLE NO. 64, KEMPER COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 13
  • SUMMIT NO. 231, PIKE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 27
  • SUQUALENA NO. 418, LAUDERDALE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 15
  • SYLVARENA NO. 226, SMITH COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 17
  • T. J. CATCHINGS NO. 394, SUNFLOWER COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 11
  • TERRAL NO. 514, CLARKE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 24
  • THOMAS GADDIS NO. 379, WASHINGTON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 11
  • TISHOMINGO NO. 522, TISHOMINGO COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 1
  • TOPISAW NO. 413, LINCOLN COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 21
  • TREMONT NO. 482, ITAWAMBA COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 2
  • TRINITY NO. 88, ATTALA COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 12
  • TRUMAN T. SMITH NO. 564, ALCORN COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 1
  • TUPELO NO. 318, LEE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 7
  • TYLERTOWN NO. 392, WALTHALL COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 27
  • TYRIAN NO. 427, RANKIN COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 19
  • UNION NO. 415, JONES COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 25
  • UTICA NO. 98, HINDS COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 20
  • VALLEY CITY NO. 402, YALOBUSHA COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 6
  • VARDAMAN NO. 527, CALHOUN COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 9
  • VARNEL NO. 282, WALTHALL COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 27
  • W. E. KING NO. 615, JASPER COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 24
  • WASHINGTON NO. 3, CLAIBORNE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 28
  • WEST POINT NO. 40, CLAY COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 14
  • WESTVILLE NO. 78, SIMPSON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 22
  • WIGGINS NO. 481, STONE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 31
  • WILLIAM G. PAXTON NO. 559, WARREN COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 20
  • WILLIAM H. STEVENS NO. 121, WARREN COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 20
  • WILLIS NO. 92, SMITH COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 17
  • WILSON NO. 72, CLARKE COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 24
  • WINONA NO. 48, MONTGOMERY COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 10
  • WINSTONVILLE NO. 277, WINSTON COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 13
  • YAZOO NO. 42, YAZOO COUNTY - MASONIC DISTRICT 20


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