Fonds SO 264 - Provincial Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Norfolk

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SO 264


Provincial Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Norfolk


  • 1878-1983 (Creation)

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Received by the Norfolk Record Office on 30 January 2008 (ACC 2007/361). Catalogue completed April 2008 (EK).

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Royal Arch Masonry has been working in Norfolk from before 1786. Chapters include Royal George Chapter No 52 in Norwich, Friendship Chapter No 100 in Great Yarmouth, Unanimity Chapter No 102 in North Walsham, Philanthropic Chapter No 107 in King's Lynn, Perseverance Chapter No 213 in Norwich, Cabbell Chapter No 807 in Norwich (founded 1881), Harvy Sparks Chapter No 996 in East Dereham (founded 1890), Joppa Chapter No 1114, Doric Chapter No 1193, Suffield Chapter 1808, Baring Chapter 2602 (founded 1905) in Cromer, Thet Chapter No 3334 (Founded 1950), Naval and Military Chapter No 3678, le Strange Chapter No 3730, Installed 1st Principals Chapter No 3905, Bowers Chapter No 4865, Watton Chapter No 7107, Bishop Herbert Chapter No 7859 (founded 1965) and Norfolk Broads Chapter No 8368 (founded 1972) in Wroxham..

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Created 15/04/2008 by Droek. Modified 07/03/2019 by Catherine.Collins.


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