Masonic Services for Titanic Victim

Newark Star

Brief but impressive memorial services for W. Anderson Walker, who lost his life in the Titanic disaster, were held last night by Hope Lodge No. 124, F. and A. M. of East Orange, of which Mr. Walker was master. Acting Master John A. Gilbert was in charge and he was assisted by the chaplain, the Rev. William A. Youngston.

Councilman Frank Bliss Colton, of East Orange, gave an address on "Mr. Walker the Man," George W. Fortmeyer spoke on "Mr. Walker the Mason" and Dr. Youngston on "The Phosphorescence of a Masonic Life." The services followed the regular meeting of the lodge, and practically every member of the organization attended.

Related Biographies:

William Anderson Walker

Acknowledgements

Mark Baber

Comment and discuss

Leave a quick comment. :
500
Leave a comment...

    Citation

    Copyright © 1996-2019 Encyclopedia Titanica (www.encyclopedia-titanica.org) and third parties (ref: #3607, published 29 August 2004, generated 20th April 2019 04:40:54 AM)
    URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/masonic-services-for-titanic-victim.html