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Certificate Franklyn Lodge meetings WW1; Freemasons; c.1916-1918; 2005_346_7

Certificate Franklyn Lodge meetings WW1; Freemasons; c.1916-1918; 2005_346_7
Name/Title
Certificate Franklyn Lodge meetings WW1
About this object
Three framed certificates of Masonic meetings of Franklyn Lodge members held on campaign in WW1. One certificate is received from Bro. Cpl. Malcolm Innes Finlayson (13/2423 killed in action 15 Sep.1916). It records a Masonic meeting held a short distance behind enemy lines in France on 21st June 1916 at which over 90 Masonic Lodges were represented. The other two certificated records meetings which were held in Palestine and in sight of King Solomon's Temple on 27 May 1917 and April 16th 1918. Both certificates are signed by the secretary of the lodge.
Maker Role
Maker
Date Made
c.1916-1918
Medium and Materials
paper
Measurements
47cm length x 48.5cm width x 1..8cm depth
Subject and Association Description
framed certificate WW1 freemasons
Credit Line
Franklyn Lodge
Object Type
Certificate
Object number
2005_346_7

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Masonic lodge
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Palestine
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Doug09 Sep 2013 05:18 AM,UTC
I am researching this organization especially the meetings held in Palestine.
Can I get a better copy of this photograph.
It is possible the Palestine Certificate s belonged to James Neil McCarroll or his brother Thomas McCarroll. Both men attended the meeting on the 6th April 1918.
See my recently published book about this event.