The Lodge of Amity and Rossendale Forest is an amalgamation of two Lodges. The Lodge of Amity No.283 (founded in 1791) and Rossendale Forest Lodge No.4138 (founder in 1920). Amity, the Mother Lodge and Rossendale Forest, the Daughter Lodge. The Lodge of Amity is a Great-Great-Great Grandmother, having had two Daughter Lodges, seven Granddaughter Lodges, four Great Granddaughter Lodges, two Great-Great Granddaughter Lodges and three Great-Great-Great Granddaughter Lodges.
Lodge History and blog
Two Lodges combine to form one great Lodge for the future.... the Lodge of Amity and Rossendale Forest No.283, (amalgamation 2011) is dedicated to carrying on the good works of Freemasonry..... Two into One does go!
Our history section is in three parts, Parts 1 and 2 are the Mother and Daughter Lodges respectively; Part 3 is the Amalgamated Lodge. Please select below the section you wish to view: click on the crest.
283 Family Tree
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Royal Arch Chapter ~ Chapter of Wisdom No.283
Lodge of Amity No.283
- Rank: Gunner
- Initials: G
- Surname: Bullock
- Age: 30
- Service Arm: Royal Garrison Artillery
- Occupation: Hair Dresser
- Address: Swan Hotel, Haslingden
- Age when Initiated: 25
- Date of Initiation: 6 August 1913
"The WM moved and the Rev. Bro. Capt. T. Miller Johnson, Chaplain, seconded, that we place a record on the Minutes of our appreciation of Bro. Gabriel Bullock, who gave his life in action in the Great War, at Rowel, in France, on September 15th 1918, and who was buried at Vincent Military Cemetery, near Peronne, France. Also that a Photo of the deceased be procured, framed and hung on the wall of the Lodge."