Campbellton Lodge 76 F&AM

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Michael J. Karpovage said:   March 27, 2011 6:31 am PST
Greeting Fellow Brothers from a New York Mason now living in Atlanta, GA. I recently took a ride out to your Lodge to take some photographs for research for my next Masonic-related mystery thriller novel to follow my book Crown of Serpents ( I am most interested in your Lodge history during the Civil War and the battles around Atlanta and how Union and Confederate Mason soldiers attended meetings together. I'm planning on attending one of your meetings very soon and look forward to meeting "ya'll!" and viewing your historical archives on display - MM Michael J. Karpovage (Hobasco Lodge No. 716 - Ithaca, NY)

Mike Wilson said:   January 1, 2011 6:39 pm PST
Hello to all. I am not a Mason, but my grandfather, Willard Wilson was a brother at your lodge until his death in 1975. Happy New Year to all.

Todd Rivers (McIntosh Lodge 735) said:   November 12, 2010 9:32 am PST
To all my brothers at The Campbellton Lodge 76. I want to thank you for recently assisiting my lodge, McIntosh Lodge 735, in raising our brother Paul Lee Carroll to the Masters Degree. We all enjoyed your company and really appreciated your professionalism with a relaxed attitude. I much desire to visit other lodges in my travels with Delta Air Lines. However, I am especially eager to visit your lodge with its storied history. Your website is fantastic and I consider it an honor to be in the company of men of character as yourself. May Gods love surround you and may His True Light shine brightly through you. Thank you again. Your Brother, Todd Rivers

THOMAS A. MCBARTLETT said:   November 5, 2010 10:15 am PST
hello i am a direct desendent of william mcbartlett who was the first petition to your lodge and was a justice who helped form the malita for the georgia malita. i am a master mason in the rob morris lodge in denver colo. and have been for many years,also a 32nd degree and a shriner and proud to be--------------------T McB

Rosalind Davis Hillhouse said:   October 10, 2010 7:47 pm PST
Just thought I would say hello. I am obviously not a Mason, but my father Allen Thornton Davis is a past master and so was my uncle Melvin and my grandfather John Hamilton Davis. Sometimes I show up at the turkey shoot and ask to go upstairs a minute, most of the pictures from the last 50 years are friends. I am glad it has not died out.

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