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Senior Grand Warden (Mass. Independent Grand Lodge), 1787-1788

Colonel, 16th Regiment, Continental Infantry


From New England Craftsman, Vol. VI, No. 4, January 1911, Page 106:

Timothy Whiting, charter member {of Washington Army Lodge}, was one of the minutemen who marched on the alarm of April l9, 1775. He was appointed Sergeant Major of Col. Bridges' 27th Mass. Regiment. Jan. 1, 1777, he was appointed Assistant Deputy Quartermaster General of the Continental Army, serving until his discharge, June 20, 1780. He served as Senior Grand Warden in the Independent Grand Lodge in 1788.

From New England Craftsman, Vol. VI, No. 6, March 1911, Page 186:

Timothy Whiting applied for the Masonic degrees in American Union Lodge, July 26, 1779, and that night received the First Degree; Aug. 20, the Second, and Sept. 7, the Third. The Lodge was then located at Robinson House, N. Y. He was a charter member of Washington Lodge No. 10, erected at Roxbury, Mass., in Nov., 1779. lie was the first District Deputy Grand Master of the Fifth Masonic District serving in 1802, 1803, 1804 and 1805. He also served as Senior Grand Warden of the Massachusetts Grand Lodge in 1788.

In 1781 he united with Trinity Lodge of Lancaster and is recorded as a "P. M." He was Master of that Lodge in 1784, 1785 and 1787. He represented Trinity Lodge in Grand Lodge, as a Proxy, in 1789, 1807 and 1808.

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