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FAMOUS FREEMASONS
David Gemmell Dick
[D.G. Dick]
1846 - March 1920
Storekeeper for the Yukon and White Pass Railway during the Klondike gold rush, and real estate developer in North Vancouver, David Dick served a term as president of the local Board of Trade, and attained the distinction of being the bard of the St. Andrews and Caledonian Society of North Vancouver.
Initiated : December 7, 1874.
Passed : January 25, 1875.
Raised : February 26, 1875.
Mississippi Lodge No. 147, Almonte, Ontario.

Founder : 1908
Burrard Lodge No. 50

Source: Burrard Lodge, No. 50 A. F. & A. M. , B.C.R. 1908-1983 A History, pp. 10-14, Grand Lodge records, North Vancouver grave marker


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