THE FIRST 100 YEARS
SACRAMENTO LODGE No.40
MEMBERSHIP OF SACRAMENTO LODGE NO. 40
Since its organization on July 26, 1953, 1641 men have become members of Sacramento Lodge No. 40; 22 as original petitioners, 309 by affiliation, and 1310 by being raised.
The present membership as of July 26, 1953 comprises 759 Master Masons. The remaining 882 members are accounted for as follows: 477 were members at the time of their death; 243 dimitted, 7 withdrew to assist in the organization of new lodges. 7 were expelled and the membership of the remaining 148 terminated otherwise.
The accompanying chart on page 49 indicates the growth of our Lodge.
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