Campbellton Lodge 76 F&AM

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Adam M Steven said:   June 17, 2008 2:28 am PST
Fraternal Greetings from the Wor.Master & brethren of Lodge Toukley 933 N.S.W.& ACT Australia I enjoyed my Cyber visit with you and I wish you and your Brethren all the best Adam Steven P.M.

Eddie Chatham said:   June 7, 2008 12:42 pm PST
Great job. You are a real Blessing to Old Campbellton. Love Ya man

Larry Upthegrove said:   May 29, 2008 6:31 pm PST
I have enjoyed my cyber visit to your Lodge. I am very interested in Atlanta and surrounding history, and your Lodge and Town are full of it. I am a Board of Trustee member of Historic Oakland Cemetery and the Chairman of the Visitors Services Committe that oversees the presentation of our graveyard with tours and other events. I have visited your Town and toured your graveyards also. I was especially interested to find the grave of WA Austell in the Baptist Cemetery. He was the brother of our resident, Alfred Austell who was responsible for the founding of The First National Bank of Atlanta, now Wachovia. Alfred now resides in a grand mauseleum while his brother sleeps beneath the weeds with a simple monument. Personally, I would probably have liked the brother's company better, especially, now that I know he was my Brother also. Larry Upthegrove, PM Fergus 135, Loganville, GA

Bro. James Thom said:   May 9, 2008 2:46 pm PST
Greetings from the Lodge of Melrose St. John No.1 bis in the Province of Roxburgh, Peebles and Selkirk Shires on the Roll of the Grand Lodge of Scotland. Congratulations on a great site, I have enjoyed my visit. Fraternally yours Bro. JT

Berry Brock said:   May 6, 2008 4:06 pm PST
Great job W. Bro. Lee, this makes me proud to be a member of OLD CAMPBELLTON LODGE No. 76. To be a Mason is wonderful but to be a member of Campbellton Lodge No. 76 is exciting.

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