Coming Soon

No events

Newsflash

Please take note.
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.
 

Login Form

If you would like to create a log in for this site, please send a mail to secretary@thecelticlodge.org



Visitor Counter


Today:0
Yesterday:74
This Month:1485
This Year:19887
Visits Total:616743

Affiliate Member Edwin CB Garsia of Union Frabemals Valparaiso Chile the first Master elected was Bro. M.de Lima who was installed in Valparaiso on 27th July 1853 the Charter 27th July 1853 with a Charter from the Grand Orient of France 1st March 1861

Candidate’s Name Brother Edwin C B Garsia of Union Fraternal Chile

 DOB

 Address Chile

 Proposed By Brother John Baileg

 Seconded By Brother David Skirving RWM

 First or Entered

 Second or Fellow

 Third or Sublime Degree

 Other Offices of Lodge Union Frabemals Valparaiso Chile

 Affiliated Member 1st March 1861

RWM of the Celtic Brother David Skirving

Lodge Union Fraternal in which the first Master elected was Bro. M.de Lima, who was installed in Valparaiso on 27th July, 1853 with a Charter from the Grand Orient of France. The lodge requested permission to work in Spanish, which was granted provided correspondence with the Grand Orient was maintained in French. Eight brethren joined this lodge as foundation members.

Lodge Union Fraternal a Past Master, Bro. Enrique Pastor Lopez moved to Concepcion where he contributed to the foundation of a new Lodge "Estrella del Sur" (Southern Star) which allegedly due to problems of distance and communications, did not request a Charter from the Grand Orient of France but instead from the Supreme Council of the Ancient and Accepted Rite for Peru. Shortly after, the lodge surrendered its Charter with the sole purpose of changing its obedience to another jurisdiction, in this case to the Grand Orient of France under the name of Aurora de Chile on 12th September 1860.