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Member Arthur Stirling a Comedian of St James's Theatre a Master Mason 25th February 1856

  Candidate’s Name Mr Arthur Stirling  a Comedian

 DOB 1827 29 Years Old


 Proposed By Brother William N Josephs

 Seconded By Brother William Ireland PM

 First or Entered 25th July 1856

 Second or Fellow 27th February 1856

 Third or Sublime Degree 27th February 1856

 RWM of the Celtic Brother Sotires Georgiades


After nearly a year's successful management, Vining retired in favour of Mr. Frank Matthews, who re-opened on Boxing night, 1862, with Planche's "Faint Heart never won fair Lady," and "Golden Hair the Good," by H. J. Byron. In the company were Miss Adeline Cottrell, Miss Pattie Josephs, Miss Herbert, Miss Ada Dyas, and Mrs. Frank Matthews, Messrs. * Arthur Stirling* and Sam Johnson. "The Carte de Visite," by F. C. Burnand, was also given. 

Arthur's wife's name was Helen 

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