The Grand Lodge of Virginia was established in 1778 when nine lodges banded together to form what is known today as the Grand Lodge Ancient, Free & Accepted Masons of Virginia. It is not known how long these Lodges had been functioning prior to 1778; however, we do know that those Lodges were chartered by the Grand Lodges of England, Ireland, and Scotland . To find more information in regards to the history of the Grand Lodge of Virginia click on History of Virginia Masonry. Today, there are more than 42,000 Virginia Masons in over 300 Lodges around the Commonwealth.
167th Grand Master of Masons in Virginia
William Talbott Ellison, Jr.
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