Quatuor Coronati Lodge: Our Next Meeting
Quatuor Coronati Lodge meets five times a year on the second Thursday in November (Installation); third Thursday in February; second Thursday in May; fourth Thursday in June; and second Thursday in September. Lodge meetings are usually held at Freemasons’ Hall, Great Queen Street, London, and open at 4.00pm.
Members of QCCC are very welcome to attend Lodge meetings.
Thursday, 9 May 2024
William Farquharson Lamonby,1839–1926:
A Portrait of an Unknown Freemason
Brendan Kyne is the Secretary of the Victorian Lodge of Research, the Secretary of the Australian & New Zealand Masonic Research Council (ANZMRC) and the Deputy Grand Superintendent of Education for the United Grand Lodge of Victoria. He has published numerous articles and papers on Freemasonry with many of them focusing on some of the overlooked Masonic history in his home State of Victoria, and he is a regular speaker to both public and Masonic audiences. Since 2012, Brendan has been The Victorian Lodge of Research Lecture Master, Editor of its annual Transactions, co-ordinator of the lodge’s Certificate of Masonic Studies course and built the on-line Victorian Lodge of Research Education Portal for all new Freemasons to Freemasons Victoria.
The Meeting will be held at Freemasons’ Hall, Great Queen Street, London.
The Summons can be downloaded here prior to the meeting.
Please notify the lodge secretary if you will be attending: email@example.com.
A copy of delivery papers (with the exception of the Installation paper), is available prior to each meeting.
Papers are copyright and may not be reproduced.
Please email any questions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org for publication in the next volume of AQC.
* * * * *
We look forward to welcoming members of QCCC to all our meetings and encourage everyone to stay to dine and chat informally with the speaker and members of the Lodge.
Please click here for details of our post-meeting & dining arrangements
Join or Renew your Membership of Q.C.C.C.Join or renew
Make a Donation
Your support will allow us to extend the research material and research services currently provided. Thank you.