JOHN W. OLIVER No. 374, F.
& A. M.
UNDER DISPENSATION: February 5, 1874
CHARTERED: February 10, 1875
DEFUNCT: January 3, 1910
Note: only a limited amount of information is currently listed for John W. Oliver. Complete information will be a future project that is not scheduled for at least a year.
John W. Oliver Lodge is believed to have been named for a local Mason who had been Master of Brookhaven Lodge No. 241 in 1864 and died in 1872.
Your committee would recommend the
Dispensations issue for new Lodges as follows: John W. Oliver Lodge, at
Friendship, Lincoln County. All of which is respectfully submitted, R.
B. Brannin, E. Geo. DeLap, Wm. French, Committee.
Portion of Committee on Lodges Under Dispensation report to 1874 Grand Lodge
The following Lodges were
organized under Dispensation during the past year, by authority of the
Grand Lodge at the last Communication. February 5, 1874 - John W. Oliver
Lodge, at Friendship, Lincoln County - R. R. Applewhite W.M., Luther
Blue S.W., A. H. Smith J.W.
Portion of Grand Masters address to 1875 Grand Lodge
Your Committee on Lodges Under
Dispensation respectfully present the following supplemental Report:
After a careful consideration of the petition and proceedings of John W.
Oliver Lodge, U. D., at Friendship Church, Lincoln County, we find them
in all particulars correct, and recommend that a charter be granted, as
prayed for. Respectfully submitted, J. Y. Murry, J. A. Galbreath, R. B.
Report of the Committee on Lodges Under Dispensation to 1875 Grand Lodge