John T. Costin
John T. Costin was a Republican Party organizer, a member of the Georgia Legislature, and a minister in Georgia, United States, during the Reconstruction Era (1863 or 1865 - 1877). Costin helped form the Republican Party of Georgia  He met with U.S. President Abraham Lincoln. Costin was a freemason and held the title of Grand Master (Masonic). Costin was described as a scion of one of Washington's most illustrious families.
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