Masonic Halls (Irish Constitution) by Joe Mc Ilveen and
Church Square, Banbridge, Co. Down
The Architect was Brother Godfrey W. Ferguson of Belfast,
and the builder was Brother Samuel Finney, it was painted and decorated by
Brother John Doran and furnished by Brother Thomas Procter, the plumbing and
gas fitting was carried out by Brother Thomas haughey. 6 Church Square,
Banbridge BT32 4AT Building Constructed 1849 Built as Unitarian Church,
dedicated as Masonic Hall on the 4th of October 1898 .
Information On Masonic Halls
Ballymacarrett, 23 April, 1903. - amongst those present was
Grand Masonic Ceremony in Bangor Co. Down. 1882. Laying the
Foundation Stone of a New Hall. Amongst those present were:
W.R. Ferguson, Lodge 10 (Belfast).
Mount Masonic Hall. Bro. I. Ferguson, Company Secretary 1970
to date (c 1988).
Extracts From Sundry Newspapers/Publications.
Northern Whig 25 June, 1868. The New Masonic Hall, Arthur
Square, Belfast Laying the Foundation-Stone. W.H. Ferguson (Lodge 109)
10. Belfast. Funeral of the late Colonel Geddis, died 23
December, 1888. "Lodge No. 10 was represented by Brs. G.W. Ferguson, W.M., and
B.W.D. Montgomery, secretary and many of the brethren.
172. Ballymacarrett, Belfast. 12th May, 1914. "In accordance
with notice of motion, V.W. Bro. G. Ferguson, it was seconded by W. Bro. D.H.
Johnston and passed 'That a sum of £15 be granted from Grand Lodge Funds
to Lodge No. 172 Ardglass towards the extinction of debt on their Masonic
285. "Tower of Lebanon Lodge". Register commences with the
registration Matthew Ferguson, Engineer, registered 16 September, 192
444. Mountpottinger, Belfast, Co. Down.
January, 1907. William J. Ferguson, W.M
14th February, 1919. Wm M. Ferguson.
449. Ballymacarrett, Belfast. c1919-1925. William
543. Ballymacarrett, Belfast. 1922. Robert Ferguson.