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Originally posted by Sauron
So I was browsing an antique store yesterday with my girlfriend, and came across this pouch. I was hoping the Brethren here might tell me what it's called and used for.
Originally posted by no1smootha
It could have also held a Masonic passport.
Each area also has a listing of all its masonic lodges and chapters, indeed, the yearbook reveals that, for the questioner's address, a borough of Greenwich Lodge - number 2332 - was founded in 1888. It undoubtably serves as a lodge for both masonic councillors and council officers in Greenwich. The masonic yearbook reveals that this lodge holds its annual inaugural meeting at Freemason's Hall in Covent Garden on the third Saturday each December - this year Saturday 20th. Simply turn up on the day and watch your local masonic councillors arrive for the event!
James ("Jimmy") Jarche (1890 - 1965) Wrestling At the age of 19, Jarché became world amateur wrestling middleweight champion. He subsequently became a noted press photographer. In 1922 he joined Borough of Greenwich Lodge No 2332.
Originally posted by AugustusMasonicus
Er, I so went somewhere else in my mind when I saw the title.