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Orangeburg’s hidden gem

  Sometimes I find in my research that Brethren have already been exquisitely described and there’s really nothing more to say ! Without further due, I present our Brother and […]

District 13: Meeting and Greeting the city of Hartsville

This past weekend  the District Grand Master  along with brethren from the various lodges attended the 100th anniversary of  Butler High School.  The school itself was named after the legendary […]

Jersey Oddfellowship

James W. Wynder, one of the oldest and respected citizens of Bridgeton, after an illness of nine weeks died at his home on the Bowentown road on Wednesday night, Oct. […]

District 13 Welcomes it’s newest Oddfellows!

With the pandemic literally decimating life as we once knew it, I must say how fortunate we are to have innovators ! Through the internet and zoom we have made […]

One of North Carolina’s DGMs

Bro. Samuel H. Vick One of the men of mark in North Carolina who has succeeded in more than one field of endeavor is Prof. Samuel Hynes Vick of the […]

Tuscaloosa Hero

Source: Zadie Jones, “Barnes Story, Continued From Last Week,” Alabama Citizen, March 6, 1954 Self-Taught Rebel and Educational Pioneer Our worthy #GUOOF brother PDGM Jeremiah Barnes: Bro. Barnes was born not […]

North Carolina GUOOF

🔗W.W. Lawrence🔗 Bro. William Warwick Lawrence of New Bern, North Carolina  was by no means just your average brother from another……. For more than sixty years, William Warwick Lawrence has […]

Bishop Sanco King Rembert

  🔗Our brother S.K. Rembert🔗 Bishop Sanco King Rembert was the first African American Bishop of the Reformed Episcopal Church and, in 1987, became the first African American Bishop Ordinary […]

From the ashes of the Civil War to Political Circles We were there!

  From the beginning, I have found nothing but the finest of individuals amongst our ranks and their service and contributions are immeasurable.  The Grand United Order of Oddfellows in […]

Orangeburg’s finest example of US !

🔗Brother James L. Cain🔗 Cain was born in 1874 in the Fort Motte section of Orangeburg County. He was the son of Edward J. and Mitie Cain. Edward was elected […]