A. A. Peters

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A. A. Peters (born 1871; died December 31, 1926 in Birmingham) was an educator and endowment secretary for the [[[Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge, Free & Accepted Masons of Alabama]], primarily responsible for managing the organization's burial insurance account.

Peters lived and worked in Girard, Russell County during the 1910s.

He died in his office at the Colored Masonic Temple in New Year's Eve, 1926, and was buried at New Grace Hill Cemetery.

The Free and Accepted Masons of Alabama's A. A. Peters Lodge No. 900 in Montgomery is named in his honor.

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