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www.craigantlet486.org/Craigantlet Masonic Lodge of Friendship No. 486H1
www.craigantlet486.org/Holywood, County Down, N. IrelandH1
www.craigantlet486.org/Craigantlet Masonic Lodge of Friendship No. 486 is one of the premier Masonic Lodges in Holywood, County Down, Northern Ireland. Our membership is drawn from across the Province of Down, Greater Belfast area and further afield. H1
www.craigantlet486.org/We meet at 7.30pm on the 2nd Monday of every month (except June, July & August) at McCammon Memorial Masonic Hall, Holywood in the Province of Down.H1
www.craigantlet486.org/2B1ASK1H1
www.craigantlet486.org/WHAT IS H1
www.craigantlet486.org/FREEMASONRY?H1
www.craigantlet486.org/JOININGH1
www.craigantlet486.org/FREEMASONRYH1
www.craigantlet486.org/OUR CHARITIESH2
www.craigantlet486.org/INSIDE OURH2
www.craigantlet486.org/LODGE ROOMH2
www.craigantlet486.org/“Brotherly Love; Relief & Truth”H3
www.craigantlet486.org/[Principles of Freemasonary]H3
www.craigantlet486.org/~ Est. 1920 ~H4
www.craigantlet486.org/Join us!H4
www.craigantlet486.org/We are currently keen to hear from those considering joining Freemasonry for the first time and would encourage you to contact us should you have any questions or require further information.H4
www.craigantlet486.org/ H4
www.craigantlet486.org/Whether you've been a Freemason before and left some time ago or thinking of Affiliating to our Lodge, we would also look forward to hearing from you. H4
www.craigantlet486.org/H4
www.craigantlet486.org/We also openly welcome all visiting Brethren whether from within the Irish Constitution or from further afield.H4
www.craigantlet486.org/warrant-historyCraigantlet Masonic Lodge of Friendship No. 486H1
www.craigantlet486.org/warrant-historyHolywood, County Down, N. IrelandH1
www.craigantlet486.org/warrant-historyHistory of Warrant No. 486H1
www.craigantlet486.org/warrant-historyWarrant No. 486 was first issued to brethren in Minola (Manulla), Castlebar, Co. Mayo on the 6th December 1770 and was cancelled on the 14th June 1792.H1
www.craigantlet486.org/warrant-historyH1
www.craigantlet486.org/warrant-historyOn 2nd February 1809 the Warrant was reissued to brethren in Ballyjamesduff, County Cavan and subsequently cancelled on the 7th February 1833.H1
www.craigantlet486.org/warrant-historyH1
www.craigantlet486.org/warrant-historyThe Minutes of the Grand Lodge Board of General Purposes dated June 1920 show concerning Warrant No. 486:H1
www.craigantlet486.org/warrant-historyH1
www.craigantlet486.org/warrant-history"Read Memorial from various Brethren praying for a warrant to establish a Lodge in Crawfordsburn in the County of Down to be called the Craigantlet.  – Recommended."H1
www.craigantlet486.org/warrant-history H1
www.craigantlet486.org/warrant-historyThe Recommendation of The Board was followed, as is shown in the Grand Lodge Minutes of 3rd June 1920 as "Confirmed"H1
www.craigantlet486.org/warrant-historyWarrant HistoryH2
www.craigantlet486.org/warrant-historyOn 7th June 1920, Warrant No. 486 was re-issued to Samuel McCready, Frederick Page and William Graham to form 'Craigantlet Friendship Lodge' in Crawfordsburn, Helen's Bay, County Down.H2
www.craigantlet486.org/warrant-historyH2
www.craigantlet486.org/warrant-historySeries four Vol. 16 shown as Volume 4a of the extant Grand Lodge Registers show:"Warrant No. 486 to Crawfordsburn, Co. Down as “Craigantlet Friendship Lodge”, 7 June, 1920. Samuel McCready, Builder (170); Frederick Page, C.S. Clerk (170) and William Graham, Electrician, (170) registered along with eleven others from various lodges 7 June, 1920."A total of 61 brethren registered with "Craigantlet Friendship Lodge" up to 28th February 1924.The Minutes of The Provincial Grand Lodge of Down dated 4th August 1920 at Dufferin Hall, Bangor, County Down show:"4th August, 1920.An Occasional Meeting of the Right Worshipful The Grand Lodge of the Province of Down was held at the Masonic Hall, Bangor on above date at the hour of 7.30 o’clock p.m., for the purpose of Constituting the "Craigantlet Masonic Lodge No. 486".The Grand Lodge was opened on the First Degree and was officered as follows:-Grand Master R.W. Bro. Dr. J.D. WilliamsonSenior Grand Warden R.W. Bro. J.M. HamiltonJunior Grand Warden V.W. Bro. Wm. Weir (acting)Grand Treasurer V.W. Bro. W. Bel BurrowsGrand Secretary V.W. Bro. W. Bel Burrows (acting)Grand Chaplain W. Bro. Rev. Carey[Together with other Provincial Grand Officers]The Roll was called and the attendance’s of Provincial Grand Lodge Officers recorded.The notice convening the Meeting was read.The Ceremony of Constitution of the new Lodge was then proceeded with and carried out by the Grand Master and Prov. Grand Lodge Officers in an impressive manner and the "Craigantlet Masonic Lodge of Friendship No. 486" was declared to be at Labour. The Worshipful Master and Officers of the new Lodge were then installed and saluted.The Grand Master then delivered an instructive and suitable address. The ordinary business of the Lodge was then transacted.A vote of thanks was proposed to the Grand Master & Provincial Grand Lodge Officers and passed.The Lodge was then closed in Peace, Love and Harmony.The Members of the Lodge afterwards entertained the Provincial Grand Lodge Officers and Brethren.(signed) J.D. Williamson."A total of 126 brethren registered up to 27th February, 1953 and upto 155 brethren registered up to 10th September, 1984. H2
www.craigantlet486.org/warrant-historyThe Minutes of the Grand Lodge Board of General Purposes dated 20th September, 1967 show concerning Warrant No. 486:"20 September, 1967H2
www.craigantlet486.org/warrant-history H2
www.craigantlet486.org/warrant-historyOn the recommendation of the P.G.L. of Down, the Board granted permission to Lodge No. 486 to change its place of meeting from Crawfordsburn to Holywood."H2
www.craigantlet486.org/warrant-history~ Est. 1920 ~H4
www.craigantlet486.org/hall-historyCraigantlet Masonic Lodge of Friendship No. 486H1
www.craigantlet486.org/hall-historyHolywood, County Down, N. IrelandH1
www.craigantlet486.org/hall-historyHistory of McCammon Memorial Masonic Hall, HolywoodH1
www.craigantlet486.org/hall-historyHall HistoryH2
www.craigantlet486.org/hall-historyThe Hall was opened on Monday 12th January, 1905 and was dedicated as the “McCammon Memorial Hall” as a memorial to the late Provincial Deputy Grand Master of Down, Rt. Worshipful Brother Thomas Andrew McCammon.H2
www.craigantlet486.org/hall-historyH2
www.craigantlet486.org/hall-historyThe erection of the building was entrusted to Messrs. J.&R. Thompson under the superintendence of Bro. W. Godfrey Ferguson P.M. and the architect was Bro. Anthony Lucy, M.R.I.A.I.H2
www.craigantlet486.org/hall-historyThomas Andrew McCammon (b. circa 1850) resided at Church Road, Holywood and became Colonel of 5th Royal Irish Rifles and in later life a Barrister at Law. H2
www.craigantlet486.org/hall-history H2
www.craigantlet486.org/hall-historyThe early warranted Brethren in Holywood initially met in various public and private rooms in the town during the early years and in 1843 took up their abode in the Holywood Hotel, then owned by Mr. John Power as a teetotal establishment.H2
www.craigantlet486.org/hall-historyH2
www.craigantlet486.org/hall-historyThey had many changes of venue, meeting at Wellington Terrace, Kinnegar, then at the Assembly Rooms at the bottom of Shore Street and afterwards the YMCA. They moved from there to the house of Mrs. Anderson, High Street, then to Strand Street School, formerly a Presbyterian Church and by then used by the Holywood Parish Church as a Mission Hall and Sunday School.H2
www.craigantlet486.org/hall-historyLater in 1880, meetings were held at 5 Bath Terrace, where in a front upstairs room the Inner Guard’s peephole could still be seen until recently. In November 1885 the Lodge made a further move to the hall at Ean Hill, Church View, at a rent of £11 per annum. The opening of Ean Hill Hall, by Lodge No.254 took place on 16th November 1885, at a cost of some £230.H2
www.craigantlet486.org/hall-historyThis Hall formerly used as a National School House, fulfilled the requirements of the Brethren for almost two decades when it was found, due to an increase in membership and the formation of several new Lodges, Chapters and a Preceptory, that it was necessary to acquire more extensive premises.H2
www.craigantlet486.org/hall-historyThe Trustees secured the lease of suitable ground adjoining the Town Hall from Mr. Henry Harrison with a frontage to Sullivan Place, of 50 feet, and a depth of 80 feet. It was decided to erect a new Masonic Hall to be called the “McCammon Memorial Hall” as a memorial to the late Provincial Deputy Grand Master of Down, Rt. Worshipful Brother Thomas A. McCammon. The Hall was opened in the proper manner on Monday 12th January, 1905. The builders were J.& R. Thompson, and the Architect was Bro. Godfrey W. Ferguson.H2
www.craigantlet486.org/hall-historyInside the Lodge Room at McCammon Memorial Masonic HallH2
www.craigantlet486.org/hall-historyThe Lodge Room features a number of striking elements, including hand carved solid oak seating and pedestals. H3
www.craigantlet486.org/hall-historyH3
www.craigantlet486.org/hall-historyEvery Lodge Room is laid out East to West and North to South, with seating along the walls of all sides. In the middle of the room is a rectangular black and white tessellated pavement along with a few other objects central to the moral teachings of Freemasonry.H3
www.craigantlet486.org/hall-historyThe Master of the Lodge sits on the East side where he presides over the entire meeting; next to him is the Immediate Past Master who, having been the previous Master, provides advice and support. Opposite the Master on the West side sits the Senior Warden, second in charge of the Lodge, while the Junior Warden sits along the South of the Lodge room. Each officer has moral reasons for sitting where he does, for example the Master is placed in the East to represent the sun, which rises in the East.H3
www.craigantlet486.org/hall-historyH3
www.craigantlet486.org/hall-historyBesides the numerous Warrants from the various Lodges that sit within the Hall, in the North is a memorial to all the local Brethren who served for King and Country in the First World War.H3
www.craigantlet486.org/hall-history~ Est. 1920 ~H4
www.craigantlet486.org/hall-historyThe Hall regularly has open days when members of the public, (and Freemasons from other Lodges!) can tour the Lodge Room and learn more about it's history and meaning.  Contact us here to find out when we will be having our next open day.H4
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-officersCraigantlet Masonic Lodge of Friendship No. 486H1
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-officersHolywood, County Down, N. IrelandH1
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-officersLodge OfficersH2
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-officersLodge Officers for Craigantlet Masonic Lodge of Friendship No. 486H2
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-officersRole of the Lodge OfficersH2
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-officersThe Progressive OfficersH2
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-officersThe Lodge Officers are formed at the beginning of each year and then installed or invested into Office for that ensuing year.H3
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-officersH3
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-officersThere are a number of progressive and non-progressive officers in each Lodge.H3
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-officers H3
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-officersThe progressive line, also known as "going through the chairs”, is a line of succession that moves up one position at a time from one year to the next.H3
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-officers H3
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-officersIn a perfect set of circumstances, each man simply advances each year, learning each position’s duties and a portion of the Masonic ceremonies. By the time he becomes Worshipful Master of the Lodge, he has sat in every chair other than the non-progressive officers, which are fulfilled by a suitable Past Master.H3
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-officers H3
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-officersEach Lodge Officer wears a collar with a relevant emblem or 'Jewel' appropriate to their Office.  H3
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-officers~ Est. 1920 ~H4
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-officersThe Non-Progressive OfficersH4
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-sealCraigantlet Masonic Lodge of Friendship No. 486H1
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-sealHolywood, County Down, N. IrelandH1
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-sealLodge SealH2
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-sealHistory and Meaning of the Lodge SealH2
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-sealMany Lodges have a Seal which is utilised for creating an embossment on paper, or some other medium.H3
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-seal H3
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-sealThe original purpose was to authenticate a document, a wrapper for one such as a modern envelope, or the cover of a container or package holding valuables or other objects. The seal-making device is referred to as the seal matrix or die.H3
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-seal~ Est. 1920 ~H4
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-sealHistorically, the majority of seals were circular in design, although ovals, triangles, shield-shapes and other patterns are also known. The design generally comprised a graphic emblem surrounded by a text, known as the legend, running around the perimeter.H4
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-seal H4
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-sealThe legend most often consisted merely of the words "The seal of [the name of the owner]", either in Latin or in the local vernacular language.H4
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-seal H4
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-sealThe Lodge Seal of Craigantlet Lodge of Friendship No. 486 was formed when the Lodge was sitting at Crawfordsburn before moving to Holywood in 1967. H4
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-seal H4
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-sealDepicted within the seal is the majestic waterfall at Crawfordsburn, together with the surrounding craggy rock face. You will also notice a sheaf of corn, which not only is an acknowledgement to a number of foundation members in 1920 who were local farmers, but to its Masonic significance.H4
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-sealIn Freemasonry, the Sheaf of Corn is a symbol mostly connected with the dedication, constitution and consecration of a new lodge and in the laying of cornerstones. At those times, the Masonic Sheaf of Corn represents the fruit of our labours, our sacrifices and all we have done to deserve them.H4
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-seal H4
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-sealThe Sheaf of Corn represented the "coin of the realm" to our ancient brethren, the people of Israel.  While we are paid in cash today,... corn, wine and oil were the wages of the fruits of their labours.H4
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-seal H4
www.craigantlet486.org/lodge-sealMost Masonic scholars believe that the Masonic Sheaf of Corn in our Masonic ritual actually represents the more generic term, meaning "grain", in general. This is why you sometimes hear mention of the Masonic Sheaf of Wheat, the Masonic Sheaf of Barley or the Masonic Sheaf of Grain used somewhat interchangeably. H4

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