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The RWM and Brethren of the Celtic Lodge E & L 291 would like wish everyone the very best in 2017.
The Brethren of the Celtic Lodge 291 would like to wish all who visit our Web Page a Hundred Thousand Welcomes and we encourage all enquiries.
 
 
if your are looking for a Father, Grand Father, or Family Member, who may have been a Member of the Celtic Lodge E & L 291 or if you would like to join the Celtic Lodge 291 or have an interest in  Freemasonry please Email us and we will try to help your enquiry to Bill Boland PM Lodge Historian at johnross651@outlook.com
 
When we will be welcoming all our usual Brethren and Invited Guests and afterwards to a Harmony in our Thistle Room at Brodie's Close Lawnmarket Edinburgh.
 

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Military Member John Wright 5th Dragoon Guards Master Mason 29th April 1857

  Candidate’s Name Mr John Wright Troop Sergeant Major  5th Dragoon Guards

 DOB 1816 41 Years Old

 Address Piers Hill Barracks

 Proposed By Brother James

 Seconded By Brother Alexander Hay RWM

 First or Entered 29th April 1857

 Second or Fellow 14th May 1857

 Third or Sublime Degree 5th June 1857

 RWM of the Celtic Brother Alexander Hay

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Theregimentwas first raised as theDuke of Shrewsbury's Regiment of Horsein 1685, by the regimenting of various independent troops, and ranked as the 6th Regiment of Horse. In 1746 it was transferred to the Irish establishment, where it was ranked as the 2nd Regiment of Horse, and transferred back to the British establishment in 1788 as the5th Regiment of Dragoon Guards. In 1804 it took the title5th (Princess Charlotte of Wales's) Regiment of Dragoon Guards(later simply the5th (Princess Charlotte of Wales's) Dragoon Guards) forPrincess Charlotte.