master mason


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master mason

An exceptionally well-qualified mason in the Middle Ages; a position more or less equivalent to that of an architect today.
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27) It is particularly interesting that although Stone was the master mason at the Office of Works, and therefore an associate of Inigo Jones at the very time he was designing and building St Paul's Church and the Piazza at Covent Garden--that is from 1629 (at the latest, and probably earlier) to c.
He is a Master Mason and a member of both the York Rite and Scottish Rite.
Dave was also a Master Mason (AF&AM) for over 50 years.
He was a Master Mason for 34 years and was a member of the Boylston Lodge A.
Irving was a master mason of 55 years in both Athelston and Buzzards Bay Lodges.
Qualey, senior steward of the Franklin Masonic Lodge, holds a modern-day Master Mason apron.
He was a member of the Armenian Church of Our Saviour and a Master Mason with the Olive Branch Lodge AF & AM.
He worked all his life in construction as a builder and master mason.
He was a long-serving 3rd degree Master Mason of the Philanthropic Lodge F.
He was a member of the First Church of Christ Unitarian, Lancaster, a third-degree Master Mason, United Brethren Lodge, Marlboro, the New England Breeders Association, and was a charter member of the Massachusetts Association of Approved Private Schools.
He was a master mason of the Matthew John Whittal Lodge of Masons receiving his 50 year service award and was a 32nd degree Scottish Rite.
He was a member of the First Church of Christ Unitarian, Lancaster, a third-degree Master Mason, United Brethren Lodge, Marlborough, the New England Breeders Association, and was a charter member of the Massachusetts Association of Approved Private Schools.