Campbellton Lodge 76 F&AM

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Tinothy Edward Cunningham said:   May 16, 2009 5:39 pm PST
I finally made it Im a Master Mason. I am very glad to be part of This lodge and the masonic life.

clyde davis said:   February 27, 2009 6:24 am PST
greetings my brothers from snellville lodge #99. i plan on visiting your very historic lodge this year. a brother from macay lodge , brother joe bearden informed me of how historic your great lodge was . he has inspired my to travel and visit. look for us . great web site. you are setting a high water mark for all of us to strive for. see you soon

Barney W Smith said:   December 29, 2008 8:58 am PST
Loved your site. My gggrandfather, John Q Smith grew up in Campbellton and served in "Campbellton Volunteers" in War between the States and I suspect that he belonged to your lodge. Would appreciate any help.

George Nelson said:   October 23, 2008 1:48 pm PST
My great great grandfather, James Franklin Nelson, was a member of your lodge from its early days until he and his family moved to Claiborne Parish, Louisiana in 1854. His brother-in-law, Benjamin Camp, is mentioned on your site. My wife and I visited your area several years ago and are pleased that your lodge is still active and that you have such an excellent web site. If someone has further information on James F. Nelson and his wife, Delilah Permilia Camp, I would appreciate hearing from them.

Major Perry Bennett said:   July 6, 2008 6:36 am PST
Greetings from Bagdad, Iraq. I am from Atlanta and have been a life long student of history. My wife and I were recently reassigned to Fort McPherson after being away 15 years. I am currently deployed to XVIII Airborne Corps and will serve here on my third tour in Iraq until May 2009. I have studied the History of Atlanta and met and studied with Lt Col Allen P. Julian, In, USA (Deceased) who wrote most of the historical Markers along with Mr. Wilbur Kurtz of the Atlanta Historical Society as a young boy. My main interest has always been the Battle of Utoy Creek, GA. The Former Utoy Primitave Baptist Church was the Hospital used by the Confederates during the siege operations against East Point and the Railroads. My wife and I have been keeping teh cemetery there cleaned up on our own as I believe we are the last members of the Utoy Cemetary Association. Mr. Franklin Garred passed away several years ago. I would like to say hello and ask for your assitance in keeping up the cemetary in my absence. I would also like to offer to give a program on teh history of SW Atlanta upon my return. I completed the Army Historian Training Course two years ago and function as a historian as an additional duty. Best wishes to everyone at the Campbellton Lodge #76 Regards, MAJ Perry Bennett MNC-I, C4 XVIII Corps (ABN) APO, AE 09342

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