by Grand Lodge of Ireland .
Written in English
|Statement||by Philip Crossle.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||163|
The acknowledgments section also informs you how to obtain a copy the Third CD Edition of Irish Masonic Records, a work which I have heavily relied upon for this website. It is an update of the the first CD version, which took over twelve years to produce, and was described as the "Second" version of Irish Masonic Records, as the original. Irish Masonic Network has 3, members. The Irish Masonic Network ethos simply is to extend the hand of friendship, and to enjoy the company within our. is a website that allows users the opportunity to search a wide range of record sources in their search of their Irish Ancestry. The website is home to the on-line historic Indexes of the Civil Registers (GRO) of Births, Marriages, Civil Partnerships and Deaths and to Church Records of Baptism, Marriage and Burial from a number of counties. The Grand Lodge of Ireland is the second most senior Grand Lodge of Freemasons in the world, and the oldest in continuous existence. Since no specific record of its foundation exists, is the year celebrated in Grand Lodge anniversaries, as the oldest reference to Grand Lodge of Ireland comes from the Dublin Weekly Journal of 26 June This describes a meeting of the Grand Lodge to Motto: Fiat lux, et facta est lux, "Let there be light," .
Irish masonic records by Philip Crossle, , Grand Lodge of Ireland edition, in EnglishPages: The Grand Lodge of Ireland is the second most senior Grand Lodge in the world and the oldest in continuous existence. We welcome you to this website which will serve you as a guide to our fraternity and is intended to assist you in finding the answers to some common questions. Museum, Library & Archive. This Museum gives an outline of the history of the Masonic Fraternity in Ireland, along with information on some famous personalities in Irish masonic history and displays an exceptionally wide variety of artefacts such as items of regalia and historic documents. Welcome to Lane's Masonic Records. John Lane’s Masonic Records is an authoritative listing of all the lodges established by the English Grand Lodges from the foundation of the first Grand Lodge in up until It was published by the United Grand Lodge of England in and proved to be a very useful reference book for anyone with an interest in freemasonry under any of the.
Lane, John. Masonic records Being Lists of all The Lodges at Home and Abroad Warranted by the Four Grand Lodges: London, (Available to read online or download from the Internet Archive or search online at Lane's Masonic Records, see below for more details) Lewis, Pat. My Ancestor was a Freemason: Society of Genealogists, The records of the Lodge of Edinburgh (Mary's Chapel) No.1 extend back to , making them an important historical source as the longest continuous masonic record. David Murray Lyon's history of the lodge, published in , mined the records of Edinburgh's oldest lodge, and produced a history of Scottish Freemasonry. Records of over two million practising Freemasons dating back to the 18th century have been uploaded to Launched on Monday (23 November), the latest two collections to join the site feature records digitised from membership registers held at the Library and Museum of Freemasonry in London and the Grand Lodge of Freemasons in Dublin. Recently, 18 th Century Minutes Books from the Grand Lodge of North Carolina (St. John’s Lodge No. 3, New Bern, NC) were placed on line.I also discovered that the same website (Digital NC) includes the Book of Marks from Raleigh Chapter No. 10 of Royal Arch Masons amongst other a bit more searching, I also discovered Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of North .