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Gen Arthur, Monument & Masonic Society

> [mailto:owner-sinclair@quarterman.org]On Behalf Of Spirit One Email
> Sent: Monday, January 21, 2002 2:13 PM
> To: sinclair@quarterman.org
> I was looking through my "History of the Sinclair Family" by Leonard
> Morrison this morning and discovered 15 additional pages of information on
> Gen. Arthur at the back.   Including words on his monument.  Reverse side:
> "This stone is erected over the bones of their departed brother by the
> members of the Masonic Society in this vicinity."
>    Is it strange that they didn't give their exact lodge name?
> Laurel

Laurel, I do not know the answer to your question; however, suppose that the
"Masonic Society" represented Brethren of more than one lodge?

That is about the only light that I might shed on the matter.

Best Regards,

Mel Sinclair, Webmaster
Grand Lodge of Ancient Free
Masons of South Carolina
Email: melsinclair@scgrandlodgeafm.org
Web: http://www.scgrandlodgeafm.org
(Walden Lodge 274, Greenville, SC)

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