Judge bans Freemason headstone engraving in Cumbrian churchyard

Judge bans Freemason headstone engraving in Cumbrian churchyard
 

A judge has banned a family from having the Freemasons’ square and compass emblem etched into the gravestone of a relative.
William Kenneth Wilson, who died in July 2012 and who had devoted more than 40 years to Freemasonry, is buried in the church yard at St Oswald’s Church at Dean in west Cumbria.
His niece, Dorothy Stubbs, had appealed to the Church of England’s Consistory Court, which has to approve matters such as what is put on gravestones, for permission to have the Freemasons’ square and compass emblem put on her uncle’s stone. He had held major offices with the
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10 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 38
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