Freemasonry also know as Masonry or The Craft, is an ancient and noble fraternity. The beginnings of which are lost to history. Although Masonry is believed to be the oldest surviving fraternal organization in the world, the exact date of its founding is uncertain. Freemasonry can, however, be easily traced to sixteenth century Scotland although the first Masonic governing body was not founded until 1717 in London. By 1723, the Constitutions of the Freemasons were assembled and published, and although that document explicitly refers to an alleged meeting of masons in England assembled by Prince Edwin, the son of the tenth-century Saxon king Athelstan, there is no supporting evidence to this claim. Despite this, theories that the fraternity is much older than the Age of Enlightenment exist, and most historians accept that the Craft is descended from the medieval stonemason’s guilds.
North Eastern Kansas Masonic Lodges and Appendant Bodies
This Masonic Trestleboard is for the Master Workman of North-Eastern Kansas to draw their plans and designs upon to give the workmen an outline of the work to be performed.
The Web Master will attempt to keep this up-to-date but is dependent on the individual lodges and bodies to provide accurate information.
If you would like to have your organization’s information added to the trestle board, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Brotherhood of Men
Under the fatherhood of God