Angus Lodge, No. 83, Freemasons (East Angus, Que.)

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Angus Lodge, No. 83, Freemasons (East Angus, Que.)

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Dates of existence

1911-1964

History

Angus Lodge, No. 83, held its first documented meeting on January 26, 1911. At this meeting, a member read the Most Wor. Grand Master's commission, empowering him to establish, at East Angus, in the District of St. Francis, a lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, to be known and hailed as "Angus Lodge", authorizing them to make Masons and transact such other Masonic business as may lawfully come before them, during the will and good pleasure of the Most Wor. Grand Master. On that day, Angus Lodge was declared open without ceremony. It did not receive its warrant until February 14, 1912, and was officially consecrated on May 30, 1912, in the presence of the officers of the Grand Lodge.

On November 30, 1962, it amalgamated with Friendship Lodge, No. 66, and its members continued to belong to Friendship Lodge.

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Friendship Lodge, No. 66, Freemasons (Cookshire, Sawyerville, and North Hatley, Que.) (1879-)

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Friendship Lodge, No. 66, Freemasons (Cookshire, Sawyerville, and North Hatley, Que.)

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Angus Lodge, No. 83, Freemasons (East Angus, Que.)

Dates of relationship

1962-2011

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On November 30, 1962, Angus Lodge, No. 83, amalgamated with Friendship Lodge, No. 66, and its members continued to belong to Friendship Lodge, operating in Cookshire.

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