Remarkable Ohio

Serpent Mound Marker
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7-77 #2-The Marker

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Side A: Middlebury Lodge No. 34 F. & A.M.. On December 21, 1818, The Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Ohio granted a Charter to Middlebury Lodge No. 34 marking the beginning of Freemasonry in Summit County. The Lodge was located on Case Avenue, then known as Water Street. Two members of this early lodge had much to do with the pioneer history of Akron, Brothers Amos Spicer and Eliakim Crosby. [Masonic Emblem] Side B: Same. Same