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James McKergow
MOST WORSHIPFUL GRAND MASTER, 1964 - 1965
[James Harvey McKergow]
Grand Lodge BC & Yukon photo.
14 February 1892 - 6 August 1966
Born in Ayr, Scotland where he joined Freemasonry, James Harvey McKergow immigrated to Canada and worked as a chartered accountant.

For his services to Freemasonry in Washington State — specifically his support of Walter F. Meier Lodge of Research No. 281, in Seattle where he served as Worshipful Master for the 1958-1959 masonic year —the Grand Lodge of Washington elected him Honourary Past Grand Master in 1956.

Returning to homeland, MW Bro. McKergow died in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1966.
Initiated :
St. James Lodge, Ayr, No. 125, Scotland
Founder: 1946
Worshipful Master: 1948-1949
Landmark Lodge No. 128
Honourary Member: 1965
King George Lodge No. 129

Source: Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon records.


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