Does Freemasonry Come from Yorkshire

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I have just been reading the book York Mysteries revealed by Neville Barker Cryer and have become fascinated by the idea that Freemasonry could have come from Yorkshire. I was wondering why this has not had as much publicity as the Scottish argument for the origins of the craft.

We have a fishmonger jointing a stonemasons lodges in 1571.

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"Neville Cryer has effectively countered Professors Stevensons argument that Freemasonry came from Scotland by discovering non-operative masons joining a Masonic lodge in York much earlier that Ashmole Initiation. Michael Baigent - Editor Freemasonry Today"

Why have we not heard much about this?

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