2 edition of History of the masonic province of Worcestershire. found in the catalog.
History of the masonic province of Worcestershire.
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From Worcestershire Masonic Library and Museum Catalogue. Letter from George Taylor re Masonic Soiree and Exhibition to be held on 27th August folowing meeting of the General Committee on 2/2/ Year-books, Calendars, Directories, lists, General: A 16 UNI / A Brief History of the Province Provincial Masonry took its rise in the mid eighteenth century, a few years after the formation of Grand Lodge in The original Grand Lodge was based in London and comprised entirely of London lodges. Gradually however, its authority spread throughout the country. For the efficient regulation and administration [ ].
A history of the Craft and the Provincial Grand Lodge of Worcestershire, entitled Freemasonry - Fact not Fiction written by Joe Grainger, is presented to every initiate, and provides the basis for an ongoing programme of training and education throughout the Province. Worcestershire is encouraging the establishment of Provincial Lodge of. Three hundred years of Worcestershire's social and Masonic history in ceramics, medals, coins, books, photographs and bric a brac. Read More The Museum of Freemasonry in Worcester is accepted as being the second only to the Grand Lodge collection in London.
The Province extended its reach when the Royal Forest of Dean Lodge No was consecrated in The County of Herefordshire was added in when St Ethelbert Lodge No , originally consecrated by the Province of Worcestershire and meeting as an unattached Lodge in Hereford, asked to join the Province of Gloucestershire. Granting of this. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Joint work of Aubrey Newman, David Hughes, and Donald Peacock. Description: x, pages: color.
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History of the Masonic Province of Worcestershire By: Hall, History of the masonic province of Worcestershire. book / Preface By Ray Sheppard pp + subscription list at rear, illustrations. Blue cloth, gilt titling to front, plain spine, slight fading to spine, light ageing, a VG copy, no dustwrapper presumably as issued.
United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE) was founded in and is the oldest masonic Grand Lodge in the world. The site features general information on Freemasonry for those interested in becoming a. The author, Ron Selby, has written an update of Middlesex Matters by Allan Beaver, published inwhich recorded the history of our first years of the Province.
There are chapters on such aspects of the Province as: – The Middlesex Masonic Sports. The website of the Craft Province of Worcestershire introduces the early history of freemasonry in this Province. It records how freemasonry came into its current Provincial form in with the appointment of Henry Vernon as Provincial Grand Master.
Still today, the Worcestershire Masonic Province covers that same area, though its substantial northern section no longer forms part of the geographical and administrative County of Worcestershire.
“At a meeting of the Lechmere Lodge of Mark Master Masons No 59 Worcester, held at the Masonic Hall, Worcester on August 14thit was proposed by W Bro W Barkley PGD and seconded by Bro Henry Wilson, Worshipful Master, that the Grand Master for Mark masonry, The Earl of Kintore, be solicited that he will, under Regulation No of the Constitutions of Grand Mark Lodge grant a.
History of our Lodge. Bordesley Abbey Lodge, No. was the second Masonic Lodge to be founded in Redditch. The first Lodge to be founded was Seymour Lodge No which was founded in At that time the site of the Masonic Hall, in Ipsley Street, was in Warwickshire and, accordingly, Seymour Lodge was in the Masonic Province of Warwickshire.
The Provincial Grand Chapter of Worcestershire (PGC) has a Data Protection Policy and Data Protection Notice which, in particular, sets out the manner in which it communicates with Companions who are members of Chapters which meet within the Province. I will soon be sending out the history of the formation and Consecration of the Province of Worcestershire.
I am still looking for material to be able to keep sending out these weekly papers. If you have any information on the beginnings of your Lodge, please let me have it.
We have now entered into a new Mark Masonic year for Worcestershire. Masonic Province of Worcestershire: PGM's Videocast June Pre-Islamic history of the Middle East - Duration: Magic Squares and the Masonic Cipher - Duration.
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It is impossible in the space provided to do justice to the long history of a Lodge founded in “Two-Eighty” as it is referred to by its members, are very proud that this Lodge has met continuously since its foundation and is one of the oldest in the Province.
History. The origins of the Masonic order of the Temple is, like those of Freemasonry, are somewhat obscure. It is thought that it originated in France around From France it crossed the channel to this country.
The first Grand Master in this country was Thomas Dunckerley. Useful information for Shropshire Freemasonry. Find out more about Freemasonry from across the globe. About Us. The Province of Worcestershire is most fortunate in possessing the finest collection of Masonic items in the English constitution, other than that belonging to the United Grand Lodge of England itself, which is housed at the Library and Museum of Freemasonry, Freemasons Hall, London.
A history of the Craft and the Provincial Grand Lodge of Worcestershire, entitled Freemasonry - Fact not Fiction written by Joe Grainger, is presented to every initiate, and provides the basis for an ongoing programme of training and education throughout the Province.
The Masonic Lodge I. Masonic Nature and Influence 10 2. Masonic Religion 35 3. Masonic World View 50 4. Masonic Morality 61 Part 2 Religious Secrets: Beliefs 5 The Plan of Salvation 78 6. The Rule of Faith and Practice 93 7.
The Fatherhood of God 8. The Nature of God 9 The Name of God Jesus Christ The Nature of Man Books in Library by Professor Aubrey N. Newman Biographical Notes: Image Title Date Category Research Lodges, Chapters & Associations, Transactions: A 31 QUA: / A History of the Masonic Province of Leicestershire and Rutland (Newman, Aubrey) Provincial Grand Lodges, History About Worcestershire Masonic Library and.
In W Bro Manning was a Founding Member of The Morgan Lodge No.which meets in Malvern in the Province of Worcestershire and was their second Master in His first Worcestershire Provincial Appointment was as Past Provincial Senior Grand Warden.A discourse on Masonic history, in the context of this book, must be brief, even though the subject itself is vast, as testified by the huge number of books and publications which have been dedicated to its study.
That which follows here, therefore, can only be a Spartan and unelaborated attempt on the subject.Masonic Lodges Based In Worcestershire. Provincial Grand Lodge of Worcestershire. Avon LodgeWorcestershire - >>Details>>. Cyfrinfa Dewi Sant, Worcestershire - >>Details>>.