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Freemasonry and women have a complex relationship, which can be readily divided into many phases with no demonstrable relationship to each other until the 20th century.

A few women were involved in Freemasonry before the 18th century; however the first printed constitutions of the Premier Grand Lodge of England appeared to bar them from the Craft forever. The French Lodges of Adoption which spread through Continental Europe during the second half of the 18th century admitted Masons and their female relatives to a system of degrees parallel, but unrelated to the original rite. After eclipse in the 19th century, they were revived as women-only lodges in the 20th, and these later adopted the male degrees to give rise to French women's Masonry in the s.

In the late s, rites similar to adoption emerged in the United States, allowing masons and their female relatives to participate in ritual together. These bodies, however, were more careful to discriminate between the mixed ritual and the genuine Freemasonry of the men. In the s, mixed lodges following a standard Masonic ritual started to appear in France, and quickly spread to other countries.

Women-only jurisdictions appeared soon afterwards. As a general rule, the admission of women is now recognised in Continental Grand Orient jurisdictions. In Anglo-American Freemasonry , neither mixed nor all-female lodges are officially recognised, although unofficial relations can be cordial, with premises sometimes shared.

Women in Mediaeval and Renaissance Europe were legally assumed to be subject to their fathers, then to their husbands after marriage. The status of women within Mediaeval trades was largely dependent on the local interpretation of femme sole , the legal term for a single woman.

This was usually the widow of a tradesman, who was permitted to continue her husband's business after his death, and often established in the rights and privileges of his trade guild or company. More rarely, single women would achieve success in their father's trade. Exceptions occurred mainly in trades linked to traditional women's occupations, such as haberdashery and needlecraft.

In England, hints of female participation appear in the Regius Manuscript ca. Women were employed in administrative roles in the London Mason's Company, and as such received the benefits of membership. Also, the charge in York Manuscript No 4 , dated and used as a warrant by the later Grand Lodge of All England at York, contains the phrase "hee or shee that is to be made mason".

While a number of masonic historians have categorised this as a "misprint", Adolphus Frederick Alexander Woodford , who studied and catalogued these documents, considered it genuine. In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, the status of women amongst masons in Britain is likely to be similar to that codified in the minutes of the lodge at St.

Mary's Chapel in Edinburgh. A burgess could pay for the Freedom to employ and instruct masons. The widow of a master mason could accept commissions from his old clients, provided that she employed a journeyman of the lodge to supervise the work. As the Freemasonry of the Premier Grand Lodge of England spread in France, the French fraternity stayed within the letter of Anderson's proscription of women, but saw no reason to ban them from their banquets or their religious services.

During the s, lodges of adoption began to appear. Attached to a regular men only lodge, wives and female relatives of the masons would be admitted to a parallel system of degrees, with a similar moral undertone to the authentic rite of the lodge. The earliest had a nautical theme. In , the Chevalier Beauchaine began the Order of Woodcutters Ordre des Fendeurs , with rites supposedly based on an early version of the Carbonari.

In , the lodges of adoption came under the jurisdiction of the Grand Orient de France , and the published regulations show a system of four degrees: Further degrees came and went, with a ten-degree system evolving at the end of the Eighteenth century. The idea spread widely in Europe, but never appeared in England.

After a brief eclipse during the Reign of Terror at the start of the French Revolution , lodges of adoption flourished, with the Empress Josephine presiding over one in Strasbourg in In , the Grand Orient decided that these lodges were unconstitutional, and they became marginalised until re-activated by the same Grand Orient in In their new incarnation, the chair was taken by a woman, where previously only a man could occupy the "Chair of King Solomon".

Only one lodge, Cosmos , holds to the adoptive rite. Concordant rites exist with the blessing and often the active support of regular masonic lodges. There are several concordant bodies in the United States which admit the wives and female relatives of Freemasons.

The Dutch Order of Weavers admits only the wives, while in the American orders the men and women share in the ritual. Like the lodges of adoption, they have their own ceremonies, which means that some grand lodges view them as irregular. Many rites accepting women have ritual of a Masonic style, are founded by Masons, but at best have an ambivalent reception amongst Grand Lodge masons.

Nonetheless, they actively recruit new members from within regular masonry. There have been a few reported cases of a woman joining a "masculine only" masonic lodge. These cases are exceptions and are debated by masonic historians. One account of a woman being admitted to Freemasonry in the 18th century is the case of Elizabeth Aldworth born St Leger , who is reported to have surreptitiously viewed the proceedings of a Lodge meeting held at Doneraile House, the private house of her father, first Viscount Doneraile, a resident of Doneraile , County Cork , Ireland.

Upon discovering the breach of their secrecy, the Lodge resolved to admit and obligate her, and thereafter she proudly appeared in public in Masonic clothing. Speculative attempts to link the lodge of her initiation with a documented lodge of the Grand Lodge of Ireland have proved futile, but there is no reason that her father should not have instituted a lodge in his home, and the authenticity of her initiation is generally accepted. The story runs that this woman dressed as a man to enlist in the French Army, and attained the rank of Captain of Cavalry.

Since the Army treated her as a man, the Lodge of Freres-Artistes in Paris voted to initiate her, knowing she was a woman, when she presented herself in her cavalry uniform, with her paperwork as an Aide-de-camp.

John and the Grand Orient worked independently from each other. Her initiation was then declared void by decision of Grand Orient and the perpetrators were punished, but the lodge wasn't erased, and only one officer was excluded. The countess defended her request and argued its validity in common law. In her reasoning she brought up her knowledge of freemasonry, her legal status as a son praefectio and the absence of any mention of candidates' gender in the constitution of the Grand Orient.

The Orient, holding to Prussian law, considered the initiation null and void because the usual bureaucratic formalities were not adhered to. In , American newspapers hailed Salome Anderson, of Oakland, California , as "the only female Freemason in the world".

She had, according to some, learned the secrets of masonry by hiding in the lodge room in her uncle's house, and was made a mason in order to pledge her to secrecy.

She served on the board of trustees of her temple, and took higher degrees, as well as joining the Order of the Eastern Star. The theme of a young woman hiding in a lodge room had become a standard formula for this type of report, which was uncritically echoed and embellished as it spread from newspaper to newspaper. Anderson herself denied that it was possible for a woman to be made a mason, but remained non-committal or downright enigmatic when questioned as to the origin of her extensive knowledge of Freemasonry.

Born in Alsace in , she was raised in Paris after her parents died by her uncle, a "prominent mason". She met and married Captain Andrew Anderson in the s, and settled in New Orleans , accompanying her husband on his coastal voyages in their own vessel, and managing their finances.

They moved to Oakland, California, in , where Andrew became a respected businessman and an active mason. He died in , leaving Salome a wealthy widow, who turned her fortune to helping masonic charities.

In spite of opposition, she was elected to the board of trustees. In , the Trestle Board published a biography of her as a prominent citizen and implied that she had acquired some degree of masonic knowledge from the masons meeting at the house of her uncle. The San Francisco News-Letter and Advertiser then embellished the story by saying that she "claimed to be a mason", having cajoled the younger members of her uncle's lodge into clandestinely conferring the three Blue Lodge degrees on her.

This story was rapidly picked up by the West Coast press, and various versions of the story were passed around. While she strenuously denied that she had come by her knowledge in an improper way, in subsequent interviews she refused to be drawn on the source of her masonic knowledge. It not known if she was ever initiated. A similar story was published about Catherine Babington, first in her obituary, in Shelby, North Carolina , in , then in a short book by her son outlining her masonic career.

Hailed as the only female mason in the United States, she is said to have obtained the secrets at the age of 16 by hiding in her uncles' lodge room in Princess, Kentucky. Having lost her father at an early age, she spent much of her childhood at her grandfather's house, where she became a favourite of her uncles. They attended a lodge in an unused chapel above Catherine's school-room, which she often helped them clean. As a teenager, Catherine Sweet Babington being her married name attended lodge meetings for a year, hiding in the old pulpit, finally being discovered when one of her uncles returned unexpectedly for a rifle he had left in the ante-room.

Being questioned by the lodge, it was discovered that she had committed much of the ritual to memory, and was, like Anderson, made a mason to swear her to secrecy, but in this instance not admitted to membership of the lodge. The sole source of the story is her son, and much of the detail remains unconfirmed. There is no account or recollection of such a lodge room in or around Princess. Deraismes was a well known writer and campaigner for democracy, women's rights, and the separation of church and state.

Her lodge, on 9 January, had seceded from la Grande Loge Symbolique Ecossaise in order to initiate her. She then resigned, to enable her lodge to rejoin their previous jurisdiction. She did, however, persist in her efforts to legitimately become a mason, with the assistance of Doctor Georges Martin , a fellow campaigner for women's rights, and a Freemason.

After a decade of trying they started to form their own lodge, and between 1 June and 4 March , assembled 16 women who wished to become masons. This would flourish as international co-masonry, which Deraismes never lived to see. She died the following February. Having resolved at the outset to adopt the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite as their ritual, the new Grand Lodge found itself with only the three craft degrees, and aspiring to a degree system.

Male masons were sent into other jurisdictions to acquire the necessary ritual. In , ten masons in the Droit Humain received the 33rd degree, allowing them to form a Supreme Council. Co-Freemasonry was brought to the English-speaking world by the socialist and theosophist Annie Besant. Passing through the usual three degrees of craft masonry in , she founded the Lodge of Human Duty No.

French-speaking lodges started to appear in the United States in , but it was again Besant who opened the first English speaking lodge, in The French lodges took their lead from the Grand Orient de France in not requiring any religious belief in their members. Besant, with the blessing of Paris, followed the lead of the United Grand Lodge of England in requiring initiates to believe in a supreme being. Craft degrees in English speaking lodges took on a less continental, and more mystical flavour, with Besant importing the Dharma, or Besant Leadbeater ritual to both Britain and the United States.

Modern Co-Freemasonry is divided into self-governing Federations, Jurisdictions, and pioneer lodges, bound to an International Constitution and a Supreme Council, which delegates elect at an international convention every five years. In common with any other Masonic jurisdiction, the president of the Supreme Council is referred to as the Grand Master. It currently has 28, members spread through 60 countries and five continents.

A women's lodge existed in Boston during the last quarter of the eighteenth century. Hannah Mather Crocker , in an apology for Freemasonry written in , claims to have presided over such a lodge, yet her description, "founded on the original principles of true ancient masonry, as far as was consistent with the female character" leaves the actual constitution open to question.

It is also clear that St. Anne's lodge was extinct at the time of her writing about it.


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