NameFred PATTERSON 130
Birth Date1882
Death Date1927
Misc. Notes
A Fred S. Patterson is listed as a Past Master of the Noble Lodge No. 480, F. & A.M [Free and Accepted Masons] of Curwensville in 1925.886

Hon. Jos. O. Clark, of the Edensburg Forest No. 44 T.C.L. entertained at his estate “Jos-Win”, Glen Campbell, Indiana County, PA and initiated candidates from other localities. From the vicinity of Curwensville among those who were taken in, and later demitted to organize and became charter members [of Keystone Forest No. 93], was Fred Patterson.

Keystone Forest No. 93 T.C.L., Tall Cedars of Lebanon, of Curwensville, was instituted June 19, 1923 in the Curwensville Opera House. The meeting was presided over by Supreme Tall Cedar John A. Longacre of Camden, NJ, home of the Supreme Forest.

The degree team from Mountain Forest No. 44 Ebensburg, Pa., with their Band, assisted in the initiation of the 1st class of new members. Following the meeting in the Opera House the members retired to the lawn of the Presbyterian Church where supper was served. The membership of Keystone Forest comprised members of Masons from Clearfield, Center and Jefferson Counties.

Keystone Forest No. 93 since first instituted has used the Masonic Temple of Curwensville as their home.1990
Birth Date21 Jan 1881
Death Date1967130
FatherAlfred Long Bloom (1856-1922)
MotherLouisa Solomena Smith (1859-1936)
Family ID6042
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