Example of a Masonic Cemetery

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I took some pictures earlier this month and now have them uploaded.

Masonic Cemetery, Black Hawk, Colorado.

(Note that I explicitly put all these photos in the Public Domain. Anyone can do anything they want with these photos. Credit is nice, if you remember.)

Also now part of the Freemasonry project on WikiTree (Free Space Project).

While I won't claim that I can help with transcriptions, or other aspects of the project, I encourage other Colorado cemeterists to add cemeteries to the Progess of Colorado Cemeteries, and to update Colorado cemetery categories as needed.

And, of course, do it in your state or country too!

Let me know if anyone has any questions about Freemasonry, questions about any ancestors who were Freemasons, artifacts that were handed down in your family, etc.

Thanks,

Eric

in The Tree House by Eric Weddington G2G6 Pilot (391k points)

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Excellent work, Eric.  I'll try to get the one in Key West photographed this summer. My father is buried there.  It is a part of the Key West Cemetery but has its own border and arched entrance.
by Carolyn Martin G2G6 Pilot (237k points)

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