Fonds AFC 79 - Diamond Loyal Orange Lodge #965 fonds

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Diamond Loyal Orange Lodge #965 fonds

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CA ON00353 AFC 79

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  • 1880-1888 (Creation)

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1 volume of textual records

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Diamond Loyal Orange Lodge #965 was originally founded in Wisbeach, Lambton East, on September 25, 1858. First transferred to Port Lambton, Lambton West in 1876, a new warrant was issued at New Brighton (London South), Westminster Township on January 10, 1880. Meetings were held in various halls and private homes. The inaugural officers were: Bro. John Oneil – Worshipful Master Bro. John Lore – Deputy Master Bro. William Finch – Secretary Bro. Freeman Hodgins – Treasurer Diamond Loyal Orange Lodge #965 ceased operations in January, 1888. The warrant was transferred to Caistor Township, Lincoln County, in November, 1890.

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This series contains a minute book of Diamond Loyal Orange Lodge #965. Fonds is comprised of the following series: Minutes of meetings

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Purchased at an auction of the effects of the Orange Lodge building at 388 Clarence Street in June, 1975.

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The documents of South London’s successor lodge, Beaver Loyal Orange Lodge #2101, are available at Western Archives. For more information, please see AFC 90.

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