Masons of Sullivan County NY

Celebrating over 200 years of local Free Masonry

About Us

The written tradition of the Brotherhood of Masons stretches back over 500 years, to a time when guilds of operative freemasons traveled throughout Europe laying the stones of the great Gothic cathedrals. In America, Masons were active even before 1733, the year the first Provincial Grand Lodge of Masons was formally organized in Massachusetts by Henry Price. Today the United States can claim the oldest continuously operating Masonic organization in the western hemisphere. In its early years in America, Masonry numbered among it members some of the nation’s most influential citizens, including George Washington, Henry Knox, Benjamin Franklin, John Hancock and Paul Revere, among many others...


Lodge Notes:

The Lodges referenced in this website, are part of 2 different Grand Lodges, and 2 different districts. 

Until recently;  there was the Sullivan Masonic District - now the Orange - Rockland - Sullivan District... and the Third Masonic District.

You'll find the relative history included herein without making grave distinctions or seperations between Grand Lodges, districts, or other affiliations in an attempt to present a more "balanced" view of the historical events presented herein.

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