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Square and Compasses

The square and compasses is one of the most prominent of Freemasonry symbols and usually signifies a Masonic grave.
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Erected by the members of the Royal Victoria Lodge of Free Masons (no.1013) to perpetuate the memory of their late honoured and beloved W. M. Bro. Alexander J. Mackay who ascended to the grand lodge above on the 21st of June 1901, Aged 43
In loving memory of Maria Clara Mackay, Mother of A. J. Mackay, who died 22nd January 1900, Aged 64 years