Origins of the Lodge

 

For a Masonic Lodge to be formed, it has to be 'sponsored' by an exsisting Lodge. The sponsoring Lodge is known as the Mother Lodge, whilst any new Lodge is known as a Daughter Lodge. 

 

Tracing a Lodge history is much like tracing your family tree and here we detail the origins of Cator Masonic Lodge

 

Royal York Lodge of Perseverence No.7

(Chapter 17 - 17 - 1751)
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Lodge of United Pilgrims No.507

(Consecrated 14th March 1845)

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Panmure Lodge No.720

(Consecrated 30th November 1857)

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MacDonald Lodge No.1216

(Consecrated 29th April 1868)

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Crichton Lodge No.1641

(Consecrated 11th November 1876)

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Duke of Albany Lodge No.1963

(Consecrated 4th March 1882)

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Cator Lodge No.2266

(Consecrated 3rd July 1888)

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Eden Park Lodge No.5379

(Consecrated 17th October 1932)


Abstracted from the "Gulati Genealogical Tree"

 

We are located at:

 

South East London Masonic Centre
Avenue Road

Penge

SE20 7RT

LODGE MEETINGS

3rd Monday in February

4th Monday in April, September and November

Installation - November


CATOR LODGE OF INSTRUCTION

Every Tuesday at 7.30pm from September to April inclusive.

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Email: secretary@catormasoniclodge.org

 

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