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Other Masonic Web Sites

In a society so wide ranging as that of Freemasonry, whose branches cover the four quarters of the globe, it is gratifying to find so many Internet sites dedicated to the Craft.

Contained on this page are just a few of the sites which we feel may be of interest to the visitor. This list is by no means exhaustive and is given in no particular order of preference. If you have a site of your own which you would like to have included or, indeed, if you know of a site which could be added, please feel free to contact us by e-mail at 

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Grand Lodge of Antient Free and Accepted Masons of Scotland The home pages of Grand Lodge of Scotland featuring Freemasons' Hall, George Street, Edinburgh.

 

Provincial Grand Lodge of Lanarkshire Upper Ward No web site currently in place for this Province.

 

Provincial Grand Lodge of Lanarkshire Middle Ward Just as the title suggests, the Provincial Grand Lodge site carries links to daughter Lodges in the Province. 

 

More About Carnwath John Williamson from Carnwath describes the village and the surrounding area. This page features pen and ink drawings by Past Master James Lothian of some of the local landmarks while John recounts their history.

 

Global Fraternal Network A World Wide Web based bulletin board and discussion forum for Masonic topics.

 

Belt Lodge No 18 of Kerby, Oregon, U.S.A. who were kind enough to award us Site of the Month for October, 1999. A great privilege !

 

The Masonic Kilties of New Jersey I have this vision of a bunch of Braveheart look-alikes, roaming the streets of New Jersey looking for unsuspecting candidates. Great idea !!

 

Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania A truly magnificent site which cannot fail to impress. Not to be missed.

 

Scottish Rite Freemasonry in Canada Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry of Canada. Packed with interesting information and useful links.

 

Small Town Texas Masons As the title suggests, it features a small town Texas Masonic Lodge and a story of Texas Masonic history or heroes in each issue, but it also covers Freemasonry worldwide.

 

Widows Sons Scotland Not quite a Masonic site as such but, as a response to a request from one of our Past Masters, this site is included here. They are an internationally based group of independent Masons who have joined together to simply share the thrill of riding with other members of our fraternity.

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