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NEW LOCATIONS OF PREVIOUS WARRANT Nos. IN THE WORLD
During this time many from the area left to go to the New World in America and throughout the Empire, and were responsible for developing world trade and commerce. Not only did they create communications within the British Empire, but they also helped to create and develop the United States of America. These pioneers also took Freemasonry with them and many Lodge Warrant Numbers were re-used when new lodges opened elsewhere in the world. Following is a list of warrant numbers which belonged to the lodges in Ballycastle and their history.
|DATE OPENED||LODGE NUMBER||DATE CLOSED OR LEFT BALLYCASTLE||DATE RE-OPENED|
Lodge No. 431
|September 1843||Reopened 1846 in Ballymena, Co Antrim.|
Lodge No. 432
|October 1817. This lodge merged with lodge 1002 and became lodge 89.||Reopened in Belfast. Known as The Press Lodge.|
Lodge No. 87
|1830||Reopened in Belfast. Known as Gibson Lodge.|
Lodge No. 19
|1890||Reopened in Lahore, India. Later moved to Dublin and became known as the Emerald Isle Lodge.|
|October 1817. This lodge merged with lodge 432 and became lodge 89.||Never re-issued.|
Lodge No. 89
|A continuation of lodges 432 and 1002.||Known as True Blue Lodge No.89, this lodge still sits in Ballycastle|
Right. A copy of a letter of condolence which was sent from Lodge 89 to King Edward VII on the event of the death of his mother, Queen Victoria.
|Right. A copy of the reply to this letter which was sent from the Royal residence at Marlborough House.|
Affects of the above lodges held in Ballycastle today include, Minute Books, Correspondence, Attendance Books, Treasurerís Records, Ritual Books, Regalia and Furniture.
The surnames of Brethren of Ballycastle and North Antrim who have been members of Lodges in our area, are also held in our detailed Records.
Map of Cary and Dunluce Area
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