What does K. of H. stand for in a lodge record (masonic?)

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The lodge in question was in Hillsboro, Texas (No. 3273); Aug 1896. I am assuming this is masonic but not entirely sure.
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by Will Palmer G2G6 Mach 7 (70.1k points)
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That's the one. Found an obituary collection for the Hillsboro Reflector. lots of mentions from about 1886-1900 or so. The Knights of Pythias was also very active in that area.

The Knights of Honor also conducted many of the burials of their members with some sort of rituals. Service clubs were a bit scary back in the day!
What do you mean that "service clubs were a bit scary back in the day"?

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