Joseph Warren Statue Dedication
Benjamin Franklin. Joseph Warren. Paul Revere. John Hancock.
Know what they all have in common? Yes, they were Freemasons. And yes, they were prominent figures in colonial Boston – and colonial America. All except one of these brethren has a memorial suitable for their contribution to society at their respective burial sites. Thanks to brethren from the 6th Masonic District, that is about to change.
On Saturday, October 22 at Forest Hills Cemetery in Jamaica Plain, the 6th Masonic District is hosting a ceremony where the Grand Master will dedicate a new memorial to the namesake of our Distinguished Service Medal, M.W. Joseph Warren.
The ceremony will feature remarks from our Grand Master, a representative of the Warren family, and a Masonic carpet ceremony. It will take place rain or shine. There will be no seats available, and guests need to expect to be on their feet for up to two hours if they wish to attend.
More information will be available and updates will be sent out to registered guests. You can register to attend at MassMasons.org.