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Junior Grand Warden, 1830-1832
Senior Grand Warden, 1833


From Lucius Paige 's address at the 1850 Feast of St. John, as recorded in Moore's Freemason's Monthly, Vol. X, No. 4, February 1851, Page 106:

In the days of his strength, he was an intelligent, useful and respected citizen, and a bright and active Mason. As a citizen, his townsmen bestowed on him the most important offices in their gift; the duties of which he faithfully performed As a Mason, having successively officiated as Master of his Lodge, and D. D. G. M. in his District, he was elected S. G. W. in 1833. The close of his day was clouded. After a gradual decay of vigor, both physical and mental, he was prostrated, about six years ago, by paralysis. He survived, in a state of helplessness and imbecility, until the fourth day of November last, when he died at the age of sixty-three years. Let us preserve the memory of his virtues, and draw the veil of oblivion over his imperfections.

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