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Shriners International / Nobles of the Mystic Shrine

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  • John Edward Lawrence (1883 - 1962)
    LYONS - John E. Lawrence, 78, died Saturday night at Rice county district hospital following a five-month illness. Mr. Lawrence was born Aug. 6, 1883, in Rice Co. He was a farmer and stockman and had l...
  • Joshua Robertson Nicholls (1861 - 1936)
    Joshua Robertson Nicholls was born in Plymouth, Washington County, North Carolina 8 May 1861 at the outset of the Civil War. His family was one of the old Eastern North Carolina early settlers and had ...
  • Charles W. Wolters (1861 - 1912)
    Obituary. C. W. Wolters was born in Crescent City, Cal., February 1, 1861, and died last Saturday, May 25th, being 51 years, 3 months and 24 days of age. His parents moved from Crescent City to Jac...
  • Edward Washington Moon, Sr. (1844 - 1925)
    Founder Moon elevator company
  • Antonio A. "Anthony" Zuppello (1878 - 1949)
    Anthony Zuppello, 72, of 38 Seneca St., died at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon in the Oil City hospital. A son of the late Caesar and Frances Zuppello, he was born April 23, 1877 in New York City. M...

Shriners International, previously known as the Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (A.A.O.N.M.S.) and also commonly known as Shriners, was established in 1870 and is headquartered in Tampa, Florida, USA. It is an appendant body to Freemasonry.

Shriners International describes itself as a fraternity based on fun, fellowship and the Masonic principles of brotherly love, relief and truth. There are approximately 350,000 members from 195 temples (chapters) in the U.S., Canada, Brazil, Mexico, the Republic of Panama, the Philippines, Puerto Rico, Europe and Australia. The organization is best known for the Shriners Hospitals for Children it administers and the red fezzes that members wear.

The name change from the Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, as well as Shriners North America, to Shriners International was facilitated in 2010 across North America, Central America, South America, Europe and Southeast Asia.