CLARENDON 8023

Masonic Lodge - Wolverhampton

Province of Staffordshire

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HISTORY:

Clarendon Lodge is one of Staffordshire's many Lodges of Freemasons.  It was founded in 1965 as a Daughter Lodge from Boscobel n 6415.

Its members are from all walks of life - and includes members not only from the surrounding areas of Wolverhampton but even from far afield in the United Kingdom and overseas.

The name of Clarendon was chosed from the title of Edward Hyde, the First Earl of Clarendon, who attained that honour in 1661 after the restoration of the Monarchy in the person of Charles II.

click for full Description of Earl of Clarendon                                    click for information regarding Boscobel

 

 

 

UK CLARENDON LODGES:

Clarendon Lodge No 1166, Cheshire                 1867

Clarendon Guardian Lodge No 1769, London        1878

Earl of Clarendon Lodge N 1984, Hertfordshire         1882    

Clarendon Lodge N 8023, Staffordshire                   1965    

Clarendon Lodge No 8828, Oxfordshire                  1978    

Clarendon Lodge No 9228, Warwickshire          1987

WORLDWIDE CLARENDON LODGES:

1890                      Clarendon Lodge No 700 - Texas, USA

    1948             Clarendon Lodge Kilwinning No 1427 - Jamaica

1950                  Clarendon Lodge No 7041 - South Africa

 

 

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