Albert Lucking Lodge 2717


PROVINCE OF ESSEX

CONSECRATED 29th OCTOBER 1898

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In the beginning

including ‘Roll Call’ of past masters…

By W. Bro. Douglas Innell

A brief history of our lodge.

The Freemason - November 1898…

The Freemason report of our Consecration; front page news.

The Freemason's Chronicle

                        November 1898…

also The Freemason's Chronicle report of our Consecration.

Albert Lucking - His masonic career…

By W. Bro. Douglas Innell

Lodge meeting venues…

By W. Bro. Richard Hartwell

A brief history of our venues over the years.

The Lodge summons…

By W. Bro. Douglas Innell.

War Years : 1939-1945…

Brief description of those War Years.

Our Founders Chairs…

The discovery of our lost chairs.

Celebration Brochures…

50 year and 100 year celebration brochures.

  October meeting 1902…

Detailed newspaper report and further information of our founder member James Berry.

The Masonic Illustrated 1903...

Read also a little more of James Berry when he was appointed Assistant Grand Pursuivant in Grand Lodge.

Family Tree...

Discover our roots.

Fish Night...

The story of our theme evening.

Irish visit...

Report on visit to Dublin and Skillet & Trowel 981 Lodge.

Canute Tide...

Story of the highly informative publication with a connection to our Lodge.

Florence Manley...

Celebration of one of our Widow's reaching 100 years.

SOME MEMBER STORIES...

Clem Britton…

Becomes a New Master.

Albert Brown…

By W. Bro. Richard Hartwell

A past member re-discovered.

Iain MacMillan…

Becomes a Worshipful Brother.

William Marlow (Founder member)…

Southend Standard Newspaper  report on the death of our very ‘DRAMATIC’ founder member of the Lodge with thanks to W. Bro. Robert Mount.

Further newspaper reports of William Marlow’s Empire Theatre Fire in 1895 described in absorbing narratives of the time.

Edward (Ted) Coote…

Brief details of our Past members World War II adventures.

Lodge History Index…