What happens to my Freemason belongings and sheep skin when I die?

What happens to my Freemason belongings and sheep skin when I die?


I'm just wondering. Should I take them with me? Leave them to someone? Am I supposed to give them to my lodge? They are important to me but nobody ever talked about what's supposed to happen to them when I die.

Thanks.

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Belongings
by: Fred

It depends on your wishes. For most Master Masons, out sheepskin/leather apron, will be placed on our bodies at our Masonic funerals, along with a sprig of acacia. If you have never attended a Masonic funeral, I recommend that you do. It is an experience that you will never forget, and will answer all of your questions. As far as your Masonic belongings, it is up to you wjat happens, they can be buried withnyou, left to your family, the lodge, there is no one answer

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