Determining if ancestor was freemason in Pennsylvania

Genealogy & Family History Asked by Kathy Leighty Montgomery on October 3, 2021

All my life my dad and grandfather told me that my 2nd great grandfather was a Freemason, His name was Solomon Leighty he lived 1840 till 1885 in Westmoreland county Pennsylvania. He lived in or near Mount Pleasant.

Is there any way to verify that information?

One Answer

As commented by @sempaiscuba you could try contacting the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania to ask if they hold any records for your 2nd great grandfather.

At the bottom of its home page there is an email address listed:

Research/Genealogy Requests

Email [email protected]

Answered by PolyGeo on October 3, 2021

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