Celebrating 300 years

Remembering the Alamo

Andy Green, Provincial Communication Officer for Leicestershire and Rutland, recently attended a special meeting of Alamo Lodge, No. 44, San Antonio, Texas, which was held in the Alamo Chapel. The lodge was founded in the historic Alamo complex, known as the ‘Shrine of Texas Liberty’. It was granted a charter from the Grand Lodge of Texas in January 1848 and a plaque on the south wall of the Long Barrack of the Alamo celebrates this. 

The Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Texas, Michael Wiggins, paid tribute to the masons who lost their lives in the assault on the Alamo by Mexican General Antonio López de Santa Anna on 6 March 1836. They included Jim Bowie, Davy Crockett, James Bonham, Almaron Dickinson and William Travis. 

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