Fredericksburg Historic District - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 71001053, date listed 19710922
. Roughly bounded by Rappahannock River, Hazel Run, Prince Edward and Canal Sts.
. Fredericksburg, VA (Independent City)
. The Masonic Lodge at Fredericksburg is one of the most historic Lodges and one of the oldest in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Although its building has only been around since 1816, its members have existed as a standing organization officially since 1752 recorded.
. A chain of Masonic ritual and knowledge that has been passed down through its members unsevered to this very day, from mentor to student; the same Masonic lessons that have transformed so many good men into men of historic greatness; men such as Washington, Franklin, Monroe, Churchill, Truman and so forth. Here are some historic facts about this Lodge.
. During the Revolution, this Lodge provided George Washington, Hugh Mercer, George Weedon, William Woodford, Fielding Lewis, Thomas Posey, Gustavus Wallace, the Marquis de Lafayette and ninety-four other of its brethren to the cause of American liberty. (1)
. References (1) Masonic Lodge No. 4