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  Mackey's Encyclopedia of Freemasonry - K
It is not positively known where De Kalb received the Degrees of Freemasonry, though there is reason to believe that it was in the Army Lodge No. s 79, chartered April 17, 1780, by the Grand Lodge of w Pennsylvania for the benefit of the Brethren of the Maryland Line.
On a visit to South Carolina, Lafavette, under the auspices of Kershaw Lodge, laid the corner-stone of a monument to De Kalb, March 9, 1825, on the spot where he was wounded at the battle of Camden (see History of Freemasonry in Maryland, Edward T. Schultz, volume 4, page 327, and volume 2, pages 477-8).
KENT, EDWARD AUGUSTUS, DUKE OF Duke of Strathearn also.
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 Kent, Edward Augustus, duke of
Kent, Edward Augustus, duke of, 1767–1820, fourth son of George III of Great Britain and father of Queen Victoria.
Most of his mature life was spent in military service at Gibraltar, in Canada, and in the West Indies.
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 Seven Oaks Magazine.
It was a central hub for the British Empires control of the Caribbean.
(30) Kent, Edward Augustus, Duke of 1767-1820; Canadisk/CanPix 06-15-1989
(31) Prince Edward,Duke of Kent (1767-1820): "The Forgotton Son."
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