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Our Family Tree

We have delved into the archives and traced our ancestry through seven generations of Lodges back to Kent Lodge No 15. This is represented in the form of a "Family Tree" to the right.

Our great-great-great-great-great grandfather (or should it be "grand mother" because we refer to Beneficentia Lodge as our "mother Lodge?) was Kent Lodge No 15. It was consecrated in 1752. It meets at Great Queen Street on the 2nd Wed in Feb, Mar (Installation), Apr, Oct and Dec. It works the Logic ritual.

Our great-great-great-great grandfather was Domatic Lodge No 177. It was consecrated in 1786. It meets at the New Clerkenwell Centre on the 3rd Fri in Jan (Installation), Mar, Oct and Nov. It works the Tay ritual.

Then comes Royal Savoy Lodge No 1744, consecrated in 1878 and meeting at Great Queen Street on the 3rd Tue in Jan (Installation), the 1st Wed in Mar and May and the 1st Tue in Nov. It works the Tay Ritual.

Next was Strand Lodge No 1987, consecrated in 1882 and meeting at the Royal National Hotel on the 1st Fri in Feb, Mar, Oct (Installation), Nov and Dec. It works the Emulation ritual.

Then came St Martins Lodge No 2455, consecrated in 1892 and meeting at Great Queen Street on the 4th Wed in Jan, Feb and Mar (Installation) and the 4th Wed in Oct and Nov. It works the West End ritual.

Our grandfather was Anglo-Colonial Lodge No 3175, consecrated in 1906 and meeting, until recently, at the Imperial Hotel on the 4th Tue in Mar, the 4th Mon in Jun and Sep (Installlation) and the 3rd Mon in Dec. It works the West End ritual.

Our mother Lodge is Beneficentia Lodge No 5308, consecrated in 1931 and meeting on the 3rd Sat in Feb and Mar and the 2nd Sat in Nov and Dec (Installation). It works the Emulation ritual.

 

Our Family Tree

Family Tree