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CRAFTSMEN ASSEMBLE! CW Degree at Franklin, TN.

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  • Bushrod Carter
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    Hiram Lodge #7 needs to get some idea of how many Brothers will be attending this degree. If you are planning to attend, please drop me a short note at: Craddock64@aol.com so we can get the Lodge Room ready for what we expect to be a large crowd!


    Patrick Craddock
    Craddock64@aol.com

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  • trippcor
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    Just a little bump.

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  • Bushrod Carter
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    CRAFTSMEN ASSEMBLE! CW Degree at Franklin, TN.

    CRAFTSMEN ASSEMBLE!
    For an
    Historic Degree in Period Attire


    Hiram Lodge #7 will convene in a called meeting on the night of
    Saturday, October 2nd
    At 7:00 PM
    For the purpose of RAISING a worthy Brother
    To the Sublime degree of
    MASTER MASON

    All Brothers in good standing are invited to attend.
    (All guests must be members of a Lodge recognized by the Grand Lodge of Tennessee
    and should be prepared to show a current Dues Card)


    The Worshipful Master, Wardens and Brethren of Hiram Lodge #7, Tennessee Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons,are holding this special degree in conjunction with the Battle of Franklin re-enactment being held the same weekend at Spring Hill, Tennessee.

    The degree will be held in the Historic Lodge that is home to Hiram #7 -- only 12 miles from the re-enactment site. Come visit our historic building, completed in 1823, was the first three story brick building in Tennessee, renowned for its Gothic architecture, barracks for Federal soldiers before the battle of Franklin, a general hospital after the battle of Franklin, home Lodge of Capt. Todd Carter (mortally wounded in his own backyard during the battle of Franklin) and where Federal soldiers’ names can still be seen graffitied on the second floor walls.

    Entire degree will be in a period setting and in period attire.

    All visitors are encouraged to attend in period attire – military or civilian.

    Any questions can be addressed to Brother Patrick Craddock at:
    Craddock64@aol.com
    Last edited by Bushrod Carter; 07-28-2004, 07:48 AM. Reason: misspelled word in title
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