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A history of freemasonry in the province of Shropshire and of the Salopian Lodge, no. 262, with an introduction by W. J. Hughan by Alexander Graham

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Published by Adnitt & Naunton in Shrewsbury, Eng .
Written in English


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Paginationxv, 232 p.
Number of Pages232
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24183699M
OCLC/WorldCa52889895

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A history of freemasonry in the province of Shropshire, and of the Salopian Lodge, no. , with an introduction by W. J. Hughan Item Preview. A History of Freemasonry in the Province of Shropshire, and of the Salopian Lodge, With an Introduction by Bro. W. J. Hughan, Past Grand Deacon of England. Get this from a library! A history of freemasonry in the province of Shropshire, and of the Salopian Lodge, no. , with an introduction by W.J. Hughan.. [Alexander Graham]. A number of valuable works on the history of Freemasonry have in fact been published since the appearance of the grand lodges at the beginning of the seventeenth century. Indeed, they have flourished in dition and made up of "accepted" Masons. Throughout this book and especially in part 2, the author strives to make a strong distinction.

Dust wrapper with 2 small tears. Book itself is in very good condition throughout - looks unread. All pages clean, bright and unmarked, binding tight. Unclipped dust wrapper has now been fitted with removable archive acetate film. This new history surveys the whole range of Freemasonry in the Province with twelve Orders and lodges, chapters etc. operating in thirty different masonic centres. The thumbnail histories of all the assemblies, prepared by the individual lodge historians combine to give an overview of Freemasonry in Cumberland and Westmorland.". The history of Freemasonry encompasses the origins, evolution and defining events of the fraternal organisation known as covers three phases. Firstly, the emergence of organised lodges of operative masons during the Middle Ages, then the admission of lay members as "accepted" masons (a term reflecting the ceremonial “acception” process that made non stone masons members of. Welcome to Shropshire Freemasonry! Thirty-six lodges are set among Housman’s “blue remembered hills”, where Thomas Telford’s lodge (Salopian ) still meets. A much more recent addition (Lodge ) is named for the great Iron Bridge which symbolises Shropshire's place as the cradle of the Industrial Revolution.

Useful information for Shropshire Freemasonry. Find out more about Freemasonry from across the globe. Click to book via Phil Kent at SFMHC: and other content expressed herein, as well as in linked pages, do not necessarily reflect the views of the Masonic Province of Shropshire, the Provincial Grand Master or the Webmaster team. About The Freemasons & Freemasonry - Provincial Grand Lodge of Shropshire: Information about Provincial Grand Lodge of Shropshire. Location. Contact Provincial Grand Lodge of Shropshire. Website. Social Networking. Freemasonry in Scotland in Lodges chartered by the Grand Lodge of Scotland comprises the Scottish Masonic Constitution as regular Masonic jurisdiction for the majority of freemasons in are also Lodges operating under the Scottish Masonic Constitution in countries outside of Scotland. Many of these are countries linked to Scotland and the United Kingdom through the Commonwealth. In , North Wales Freemasons will celebrate our th Anniversary. In today’s fast-moving, digital world, few organisations provide such history and tradition, whilst continuing to attract new members. I hope you enjoy our history and invite you to join us on our journey of discovery. John Charles Hoult Provincial Grand Master.