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Re: abbreviation on tombstone
Posted by: Gwen Hoffmann (ID *****6285) Date: January 17, 2010 at 21:11:13
In Reply to: abbreviation on tombstone by juli of 411

Found this also:

FNDOZBTKC/AMRY - designation that was given only to females of Mason members, popular during the mid-1800's to early 1900's in southern states. The designation of FNDOZBTKC/AMRY, was a degree conferred in the US on wives, daughters, sisters, or mothers of Masons to secure them, by investing them in a peculiar mode of recognition, the aid and assistance of the fraternity, along with a secret sign of recognition. The mark was AMRY encircled by FNDOZBTKC. As written in John 12:15 - Fear Not Daughter Of Zion Behold The King Cometh, and AMRY being an anagram of Mary

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