Terre Haute Lodge No. 19, F. & A. M.

Chartered September 13, 1821

Projects in the Works

at Terre Haute Lodge No. 19, F. & A. M.

Inactive Member Restoration

Terre Haute Lodge No. 19 has implemented a program of the Grand Lodge of Indiana by which unaffiliated members who have demitted or been suspended for non-payment of dues (NPD) may easily rejoin their Lodge and be welcomed back. This program heals NPDs and gives the Lodge and member the opportunity to rectify any issues that caused their departure.

If you have been pre-approved for this program you may receive the below letter, or other communication from a member of the Lodge, but if you do not it may be for several reasons, including outdated contact information. If you are interested in this program, please email the Senior Warden!

All an unaffiliated Brother needs to do to rejoin the Lodge is:

(1) Complete the Restoration Petition and return it to the Senior Warden

(2) Pay current year dues of $125 via check/cash or $130 online

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WWII Letter Preservation Project

Terre Haute Lodge No. 19, F.&A.M. is working to preserve and share this rich history found in our archives.  A set of letters sent to members serving in the armed forces.  The letters span from March of 1943 to January of 1946 and were sent monthly.  They give information from the Brothers in service and to them from the Lodge.  

The letters have been digitized and we are working to make audio recordings of them, which can be distributed to historical minded organizations including the National WWII Museum in New Orleans.  For More information, visit the WWII Letters Page.

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Records Digitization

Terre Haute Lodge No. 19 is fortunate to have the majority of the records documenting the history o four 200+ year history and we are actively working to digitize, transcribe, document, and preserve these records to help us better tell our story, and to serve as a resource to the community.

Records being reviewed include membership rosters, petitions, correspondence, minute books, ledger books and many others. This will greatly aid in the Lodge being able to directly accommodate genealogy requests and other historical research, internal and external.

Contact us regarding this project
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