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ABOUT ASSEMBLY #1089

 
General Worth

Fort Worth, TX US
 
GENERAL WORTH ASSEMBLY HISTORY

The fourth degree in Fort Worth was organized by Sir Knight Thomas P Fenelon and four other members in 1905.   (this information  is from  a newspaper  clipping  and  we  do  not  know when  or  where  these first  members  received their Exemplification.)    Minutes of early meetings in Fort Worth show the name of the Assembly as Fourth Degree Assembly No. 759.    (It was the practice at that time to call the assembly after the council where it was founded.)    By-laws adopted and approved by Supreme Master John H Reddin, on Feb 17 1936 changed the name to Fort Worth Assembly No. 759, fourth

Degree Knights of• Columbus.   Minutes of the meeting on October 11, 1938 show that the Assembly became a General Assembly

(meaning that  it draws  its membership from  more that  one council)  and the  name was changed to General Worth, General Assembly,  Fourth Degree Knights of  Columbus.   This has now been changed to General Worth Assembly, Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus No. 1089.   W.G. Crush Master of Texas, Oklahoma, Arizona, and Louisiana held the first exemplification in the southwest in Dallas on February 22, 1907.

General Worth Assembly is in the 3rd district of the Guadalupe Province.  This Province is named in honor of our Lady and comprises Texas and Oklahoma.