Malcolm C. Duncan

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Malcolm C. Duncan aka Malcolm Duncan

America 18** - 19** ?

Comments: Freemason; published the three basic degrees of the Ancient York Rite;

Teachers; James Anderson; William Preston; Thomas Smith Webb; Chevalier Andrew Michael Ramsay; Baron Karl Gotthelf von Hund; Jean-Baptiste Willermoz; Brother Ranulf Higden,; Trevisa; William Caxton; William Schaw; William Sinclair or the St. Clair family of Roslin; David Cunningham of Robertland; Sir James Murray of Kilbaderton; Sir Anthony Alexander; Robert Drummond of Carnok; Sir John Veitch of Dawyck; John Carmichael; William Moray of Dreghorn; Sir Robert Moray, his brother; Sir William Bruce, 1671; John Theophilus Desaguliers, Elias Ashmole; Thomas Ruddiman; William Stranhan; MWGM James Heseline; Martin Clare, who added Christina elements; Capt. George Smith, Inspector of the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich; Dr. Thomas Manningham; Thomas Dunkery; Right Worshipful Bro. William L Hutchinson P.G.W., who added still more Christina symbolism to the rituals, author of The Spirit of Masonry; Laurence Dermott of the Ancient Grand Lodge ; Rob Morris aka Robert Morris, 1860s, , author of Mnemonics, copied from an incomplete manuscript ; Rev George Oliver; John Fellows; Rev. Irenæus Prime, D. D ; Jabez Richardson;

Students: Albert Pike ; Albert Mackey; Luke Lockwood of CT; Daniel Coxe; Henry Price; James Graeme; Benjamin Gleason; Henry Fowle; Jeremy L. Cross, author of True Masonic Chart, 1819; G. M. Phillip Tucker; Phillip C Tucker, Jr; John Barney; RW Samuel Wilson; Charles W. Moore; Daniel Sickels;

Friends: Carl H. Claudy;

Organizations: Freemasonry; the York Rite of Freemasonry;

Author: Duncan's Masonic Ritual and Monitor aka Duncan's Masonic Ritual Monitor, or Guide to the Three Symbolic Degrees of the Ancient York Rite and to the Degrees of Mark Master, Past Master, Most Excellent Master and Royal Arch, 1866; Duncan's Ritual of Freemasonry parts 1 & 2;

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