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LIST OF PROVINCIAL GRAND PRIMOS
SECRETARIES AND TREASURERS

1914-15  Albert Plume,  K.O.M. President, Certifying
             Council and District Primo Lodge.
1916       Gordon Wilson, K.O.M. District Primo President.
1917-19   ?   ?   ?   ?
1920      Charles Garnham, K.O.M. Provincial Grand Primo
1921      George Osborne, K.O.M.
1922      Edward Wooby, K.O.M.
1923      Herbert Howard, K.O.M.
1924      William Binstead, K.O.M.
1925      James Garner, K.O.M.
1926      Robert Cook, K.O.M.
1927      Jack Hakes, K.O.M.
1928      Thomas Scoggins, K.O.M.
1929      Walter Warden, K.O.M.
1930      Sidney Godfrey, K.O.M.
1931      A.E.Ouzman, K.O.M.
1932      Harry Eade, K.O.M.
1933      John.H.Mason, K.O.M.
1934      William J.Smith, K.O.M.
1935      George Buxton, K.O.M.
1936      Robert Moss, K.O.M.
1937      Harry Eade, R.O.H. (Second Term)
1938      Frederick Green, K.O.M.
1939      John. H.Mason, R.O.H. (Second Term)
1940      John Richardson, K.O.M.
1941      Henry Newson, K.O.M.
1942      Charles Cowdray, K.O.M.
1943      Thomas. W. Hare, K.O.M.
1944      Stanley. R. Moss, K.O.M. (Son of Robert Moss)
1945      Thomas Sargent, C.P.
1946      Wilfred Horsup, K.O.M.
1947      Arthur Wright, R.O.H.
1948      John Baldwin, K.O.M.

FORTY ONE
LIST OF PROVINCIAL GRAND PRIMOS
SECRETARIES AND TREASURERS
1949       David Clunie, K.O.M.
1950       Frederick Woods, K.O.M.
1951       Frederick Edwards, K.O.M.
1952       Charles Little, K.O.M.
1953       Charles Woodmason, K.O.M.
1954       Stanley Rooke, K.O.M.
1955       Edgar Heron, K.O.M.
1956       Alfred Rampling, K.O.M.

PROVINCIAL GRAND SECRETARIES
1914-17   Harry Taylor, K.O.M.
1917-20   Charles Taylor, K.O.M.
1921-24   Arthur Collins, C.P.
1925-27   F.Patch, C.P.
1927-34   James Garner, R.O.H.
1935-46   Joshua Manning, K.O.M.
1946-47   John Baldwin, K.O.M.
1948        David Clunie, K.O.M.
1949        Alfred Rampling, K.O.M. Resigned in September
1949-50   Ernest Spence, R.O.H. resigned in February
1951-55   Kenneth Burrows, K.O.M.
1954-       Frederick Edwards, R.O.H.

PROVINCIAL GRAND TREASURERS
1916-21   Albert Plume, K.O.M.
1921-25   F.Welbury,
1924        James Wiseman, K.O.M.
1925        William Binstead, R.O.H.
1926-27   James Wiseman, K.O.M.
1928-33   George. V. Smith, K.O.M.
1934-36   A. W. Read,
1936-46   Edward Wooby,
1946-47   John Baldwin, K.O.M.
1947-51   Cyril Bailey, R.O.H.
1951        Arthur Wright, R.O.H.
FORTY TWO
LIST OF LODGES IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER

Gyppeswyck, King's Arms, Cornhill. 27th November 1891- ?

Gyppeswyck, No.1401. G.L.E. Ltd., Rainbow Hotel, March 1902 to about
1916.

Pickwick, No.1955. G.L.E. Ltd., Coach & Horses, March 1905.

Pride of Ipswich, G.L.E. Ltd., Freemasons Arms, Victoria St., 1905 (?). Later at Rose & Crown, until 1926.

Lord Nelson, G.L.E. Ltd., Leiston. Probably 1905.

Ordinance, G.L.E. Ltd., Ordinance Hotel, Felixstowe, before 1911.  Closed about 1916.

Lodge at King's Arms, Woodbridge.  1905 to 1908.

E.U.R. No.1977, G.L.E. Ltd., E.U.R. Tavern, Croft St. September 21st, 1905.
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GRAND LODGE OF ENGLAND
Pickwick No.1640.  Beehive Hotel, Majors Corner.  12th June, 1912.

E.U.R. No.1641.  E.U.R. Tavern, Croft St.  15th June, 1912.

Victoria, John Bull, Woodbridge Rd, 18th October, 1912, moved to Case is Altered about 1916, amalgamated with Sir George Osborne, 7th January, 1933.

Ipswich Certifying Council, Black Horse, 1st April 1914.

Ipswich District Primo Lodge, Black Horse, 22nd April 1914.

J.P. Branch No.3265.  Foresters Arms, Chelmondiston.  1919 to September 19th 1929.

FORTY THREE
GRAND LODGE Of ENGLAND

Sir George Osborne, No.3509. Railway Hotel, Derby Road. February 1921.

Felix, Station Hotel, Felixstowe.  13th April 1921.  Amalgamated with Amphibian, July 1935.

Walter Wade, No.3162.  The Ark, Branthan, taken from Essex P.G. Lodge, October 1921, closed October 1922.

Lifeboat, Lifeboat Inn.  14th November 1922.  Closed 1928.

Loyal George, No.4741.  Hadleigh.  6th April 1923.  Closed about July 1933.

Castle,  Crown & Anchor Hotel, Framlingham.  October 1924.  Closed December 1935.

Prince of Wales, No.5491. Grand Hotel, Butter market. 24th February 1925.

Deban, No.5661. Station Hotel, Woodbridge. 4th September 1925.

Amphibian, No.6324.Pier Hotel, Felixstowe. 16th September 1927.

Racecourse, No.6478.  Racecourse Hotel.  20th March 1928.

Cardinal, No.6493.  Station Hotel, Framlingham.  19th April 1928.

Stanville, No.6934.  White Hart, Wickham Market.  29th October 1930.

King George Vth Jubilee,  Beehive Hotel.  20th March 1935.  Amalgamated with the Pickwick 1st October 1947.

Duke of Kent, No.7318..   Duke of Kent.  6th December 1935.
FORTY FOUR
GRAND LODGE OF ENGLAND

Pride of Stowmarket.  Opened under West Suffolk Province March 1926.

Pride of Stowmarket, No.7431.  9th December 1937.  Closed November 1953.

Pride of Stowmarket,II, No.8639.  Pot of Flowers, Stowmarket.  January 1954.

Hearts of Oak,  White Hart, Needham Market.  16th November 1948. Amalgamated  with Pride of Stowmarket, 1950.

Granville, No.8123.  The Ivy House, Stradbroke.  11th July 1949.

Festival of Britain, No.8365.  Station Hotel, Framlingham.  1951.

Diomed, No.8449.  Fox and Goose,  Fressingfield. 1953.

Ipswich Knight's Chapter, No.105.  1st January 1922.  Unicorn Hotel.

Ipswich R.O.H. Assembly, No.41.  R.A.O.B. Club & Institute, Friars Road, 1949.

FORTY FIVE



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1st Edition 1956
2nd Edition 1993

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