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C[LARKE]. GAYTON PICKMAN 1796-1860

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MEMORIAL

From Proceedings, 1861, Page VI-366:

Resolved. That the G. Lodge have sustained a great loss by the death of the R. W. C. Gayton Pickman. Esq. P. J. G. W. They have lost a Brother of distinguished intellectual ability and of the highest moral and religious worth.—one always devoted to the institution, and one who illustrated its benign teachings, by acts of kindness and liberality.

From Moore's Freemason's Monthly, Vol. XIX, No. 7, May 1860, Page 224:

Those of our readers to whom he was personally known, will regret to hear of the decease of the estimable Brother whose name stands at the head of this paragraph. He died suddenly at his residence in this city in the early part of the last month and was buried from Trinity Church, of which be was a member. His funeral was attended by several of the officers of the Grand Lodge, of which he was a Past Junior Grand Warden, and by several of his College class-mates, among whom we noticed Hon. Edward Everett, and other distinguished gentlemen of this city.

The deceased was an active and zealous Mason, and had served as Master of St. John's Lodge of this city. He was a benevolent man, and annually gave away a considerable part of bis income for charitable and religious purposes. His Brethren will feel his loss, but many of the needy will feel it more keenly.

From Moore's Freemason's Monthly, Vol. XIX, No. 8, June 1860, Page 256:

Clark Gayton Pickman. - Those of our readers to whom he was personally known, will regret to hear of the decease ol the estimable Brother whose name stands at the head of this paragraph. He died suddenly at his residence in this city in the early part of the last month and was buried from Trinity Church, of which he was a member. His funeral was attended by several of the officers of the Grand Lodge, of which he was a Past Junior Grand Warden, and by several of his College class mates, among whom we noticed lion. Edward Everett, and other distinguished gentlemen of this city.

The deceased was an active and zealous Mason, and had served as Master of St. John's Lodge of this city. He was a benevolent man, and annually gave away a considerable part of his income for charitable and religious purposes. His Brethren will feel his loss, but .many of the needy will feel it more keenly.


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