HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED

BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. Name Solomon St. John's Location Masonborough Wilmington County New Hanover New Hanover Dispensation Chartered 1735 by England 1755 by England English No. 213 Disposition Ceased work about 1754. Extinct. Accepted charter from the Grand Lodge of N.C. in 1794. Record unbroken. Active. Army lodge organized during the French and Indian Wars. Disposition Unknown. About 1760 by Scotland. Nov. 1, 1764 by C. Harnett 1764 Aug. 21, 1767 English No. 403 Dec. 10, 1764 by Massachusettes Dec. 23, 1766 by Virginia Jan. 11, 1772 by Montfort About 1772 by Montfort. About 1773 by Montfort About 1774 by Montfort Founded the Grand Lodge. Issued call for the convention to establish the Grand Lodge (See Phoenix No. 8). Founded by the Grand Lodge. Dropped 1852. Restored 1855. Forfeited 1888. Restored 1889. Active. Ceased work during the Revolution. Extinct.

1*

May, 1754

Hanover

Wilmington

New Hanover

About 1758

Union

Fayetteville

Cumberland

2*

Royal White Hart

Halifax

Halifax

First Lodge in Pitt County Blandford-Bute

Crown Point

Pitt

Buffaloe

Bute (Warren)

1766

Founded the Grand Lodge. Became "Johnson-Caswell" No. 10 in 1787. (See No. 10.) Extinct. Founded the Grand Lodge. Originally No. 2. Renumbered in 1795. Forfeited 1841. Restored 1846. Active. Founded the Grand Lodge. Originally No. 3. Renumbered in 1791. Dissolved 1806. No. 96 given No. 4 in 1903. Active. Founded the Grand Lodge. Originally given No. 5 by Montfort. Ruled illegal. Constituted. Extinct. Founded the Grand Lodge. Arrested 1803. Restored 1804 Dissolved 1822. "Charity" No. 79 became No. 5 in 1857. Active.

3*

Saint John's

New Bern

Craven

4*

Saint John's

Kinston

Lenoir

Dornoch

Bute County

(Franklin)

5*

Royal Edwin

Windsor

Bertie

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 6 7* Name Royal William Unanimity Location Winton Edenton County Hertford Chowan Dispensation Chartered 1774 by Montfort 1775 by Montfort Disposition Founded the Grand Lodge. Dissolved 1799. Extinct. Founded the Grand Lodge. Dissolved 1799. No. 193 given No. 7 in 1857. Active. See "Union" Lodge above. Originally chartered by Scotland in 1760. Record unbroken. Active. Founded the Grand Lodge. Surrendered 1811. Extinct. Surrendered 1827, 1858, 1880, and 1882. Restored 1832, 1865, 1882, and 1902. Active. Dissolved 1799. "John A. Graves" No. 494 given name and No. 11 in 1935. Active. Helped lay cornerstone on the first building at the University of North Carolina. Dissolved 1799. Extinct. Arrested 1803. "Warren" No. 101 given name and No. 13 in 1936. Active. Dissolved Dec. 3, 1803. Extinct. Surrendered 1833. Extinct. Arrested Dec. 11, 1803. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered 1824. Extinct

8*

Phoenix

Fayetteville

Cumberland

1787 by North Carolina. 1775 by Montfort Nov. 20, 1788

9 10*

Old Cone Johnson-Caswell

Salisbury Warrenton

Rowan Warren

11*

Caswell Brotherhood

Yanceyville

Caswell

Nov. 20, 1788

12

Independence

Pittsboro

Chatham

Nov. 20, 1788

13*

Saint John's

Kenansville

Duplin

Nov. 20, 1788

14 15 16 17* 18

Rutherford Fellowship Washington Saint Tammany American George King Solomon Washington Williamston Murfreesboro Trent Bridge

Rutherford Beaufort Martin Hertford Jones Dec. 28, 1788 June 24, 1789

Nov. 20, 1788 June 24, 1789 Nov. 18, 1789 Dec. 18, 1789 Dec. 26, 1789

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. Name Franklin Eagle Union 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27* Raleigh Democratic Laurel Hill Malta Hiram Pansophia Davie-Glasgow Statesville Location County Franklin Orange Pitt Edgecombe Wake Richmond Stokes Granville Moore (Greene) Iredell Jan. 18, 1792 Apr. 15, 1793 Dec. 6, 1792 Dec. 11, 1792 Dec. 14, 1792 Dec. 14, 1792 Dec. 14, 1793 Dec. 17, 1793 Dec. 25, 1793 Jan. 20, 1795 Jan. 25, 1795 Dispensation Dec. 22, 1791 Chartered Disposition Dispensation revoked 1792. Not chartered. Extinct. Helped lay the cornerstone at U.N.C. in 1793. Dissolved 1799. "Eagle" No. 71 given No. 19 in 1933. Active. Dispensation revoked 1793. Not chartered. Extinct. Dissolved 1799. Extinct. Dissolved 1799. Extinct. Dissolved 1799. Extinct. Dissolved Dec. 3, 1799. Extinct. Surrendered Dec. 6, 1827. Extinct. Surrendered Dec. 3, 1819. Extinct. Surrendered Dec. 3, 1806. Extinct. Originally "Mt. Moriah" No. 27. Ceased work 1822. No. 487 given No. 27 on Apr. 21, 1937. Active. Arrested Dec. 3, 1806. Extinct. Changed to "Harmony" in 1800. Arrested in 1808. Became "Tennessee" No. 1. Extinct. Surrendered 1813. Extinct. Rechartered 1827 (cause unknown). Forfeited 1839. Restored 1839. Active.

19*

Hillsborough Greenville Tarboro Raleigh Laurel Hill Germantown Williamsboro Carthage Glasgow County Statesville

Jan. 8, 1792

28 29

Columbian Saint Tammany Nashville

Wayne (Tennessee)

Nov. 26, 1789

Dec. 9, 1796 Dec. 17, 1796

30 31*

Saint Tammany Phalanx

Wimington Charlotte

New Hanover Mecklenburg Orig. chartered by South Carolina

Dec. 2, 1797 Dec. 2, 1797 by North Carolina

* Denotes active North Carolina Lodge. # Denotes Lodge active in another state.

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 32* Name Stokes Location Concord County Cabarrus Dispensation Dec. 17, 1796 Chartered Dec. 2, 1797 Disposition Surrendered 1811. Restored 1828. Ceased work 1840, Restored 1850. Ceased work 1884, Revived 1887. Active. Arrested Dec. 6, 1827. Extinct. Dispensation continued 1796-97. See No. 34. Extinct. Originally "Shallowford". Changed name and moved when chartered. Arrested 1806. Extinct. Dispensation continued 1798. Not chartered. Extinct. Dispensation continued 1798. Not chartered. Extinct. Dispensation revoked 1799. Extinct. Dec. 9, 1798 Dec. 4, 1799 Dec. 9, 1798 Dec. 6, 1799 Surrendered 1811. Extinct. Surrendered Dec. 16, 1808. Extinct. Surrendered 1804. No. 119 Changed to No. 37 in 1856. Dissolved 1881. Extinct. Surrendered Dec 10, 1803. Extinct. Arrested 1851. Restored 1871. Originally at Lewiston. Relocated to Ahoskie in 1993. Active. Half owner in the first Grand Lodge of building. Active. Became "Tennessee" No. 2 in 1813. Arrested 1816. Extinct.

33

Freeland Shallowford Unanimity

Forks of the Yadkin Huntsville Rockford

Rowan Surry Surry

Dec. 17, 1706 Jan. 20, 1795

Dec. 2, 1797

34

Dec. 2, 1797

Beaufort Saint John's Sandy Run 35 36 37 Jerusalem Friendship William R. Davie

Beaufort Morganton Sandy Run Straights Fort Barnwell Lexington

Carteret Burke Bertie Carteret Craven Davidson

Dec. 5, 1797 Dec. 17, 1797 Nov. 24, 1798

38 39*

Rising Sun Davie

Morganton Ahoskie

Burke Bertie

Dec. 16, 1799 Dec. 16, 1799

40* 41

Hiram Polk

Raleigh Knoxville

Wake (Tennessee)

Dec. 16, 1799 Nov. 30, 1800

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 42 43# Name Federal Greeneville Greeneville Location County Pitt (Tennessee) Dispensation 1800 1798 Chartered Dec. 11, 1801 Dec. 11, 1801 Disposition Arrested Nov. 21, 1811. Extinct. Became "Tennessee" No. 3 in 1813. Arrested 1838. Name and number restored in 1907. Active (Tennessee). Arrested Nov. 21, 1812. Extinct. Ceased work 1845. Restored 1859. Forfeited 1872. Restored 1890. Active. Surrendered Nov. 21, 1812. Extinct. Dissolved 1816. Extinct. Surrendered Dec. 5, 1812. Extinct. Surrendered Dec. 5, 1812. Extinct. Became "Tennessee" No. 4 in 1813. Arrested 1827. Extinct. Became "Tennessee" No. 5 in 1813. Active (Tennessee). Became "Tennessee" No. 6 in 1813. Arrested 1836. Extinct. Forfeited 1857. Rechartered 1872. Active. Dropped 1852. See No. 7 and No. 193. Extinct. Became "Tennessee" No. 7 in 1813. Active (Tennessee). Dropped 1852. Restored 1858. Charter

44 45*

Williams Liberty

Johnstonville Wilkesboro

Randolph Wilkes

1803 1803

Dec. 10, 1804 Dec. 10, 1804

46 47 48 49 50 51# 52 53* 54 55# 56

Social Orange Taylor Young Eagle Newport Overton King Solomon Hall Unanimity Hiram King Solomon

Pittsboro Lincolnton Beaufort Hamilton Newport Rogersville Gallatin Shawboro Edenton Franklin Jackson

Chatham Lincoln Carteret Martin (Tennessee) (Tennessee) (Tennessee) Currituck Chowan (Tennessee) Northampton

1803 1803

Dec. 10, 1804 Dec. 10, 1804 Dec. 3, 1806 Dec. 3, 1806 Dec. 5, 1806

1806

Nov. 21, 1807 Dec. 9, 1808 Dec. 9, 1808 Dec. 9, 1808 Dec. 11, 1809

Dec. 9, 1808

Dec. 1, 1810

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. Name Location County Dispensation Chartered Disposition surrendered Dec. 31, 1893. Extinct. Arrested Dec. 6, 1827. Extinct. Ceased work 1861. Restored 1866. Active. Ceased work 1881. Restored 1882. Ceased work 1884. "Buncombe" No. 526 given name and number in 1912. Active. Became "Tennessee" No. 8 in 1813. Active. Became "Tennessee" No. 9 in 1813. Active. Moved to Spring Bank in 1827. To Waynesboro in 1830. Last report 1837. Extinct. Arrested Dec. 7, 1827. Extinct. Ceased work 1842. Restored 1851. Active. Dissolved Dec. 6, 1827. Extinct. Surrendered 1838. Extinct. Dispensation continued 1816-1819. Not chartered. Disposition unknown. Extinct. Dec. 14, 1816 Dec. 16, 1816 Dec. 18, 1816 Dec. 4, 1817 Surrendered 1821. Extinct. Surrendered 1845. Restored 1871. Arrested 1887. Extinct. Dispensation continued 1817-1819. Not chartered. Extinct.

57 58* 59*

Saint Andrews Concord Perseverance

Louisburg Tarboro Plymouth

Franklin Edgecombe Washington

1810 1810 1811

Nov. 21, 1811 Nov. 21, 1811 Nov. 29, 1811

60# 61# 62

Cumberland Western Star Union

Nashville Port Royal Waynesboro

(Tennessee) (Tennessee) Wayne

1812 1812

1812 Nov. 21, 1812 Nov. 21, 1812

63 64* 65 66

Camden Killwinning William R. Davie Williams Friendship

Jonesborough Wadesboro Lexington Currituck Court House Saint Francisville

Camden Anson Davidson Currituck Mississippi Territory Johnston Halifax Person

1812

Dec. 11, 1813 Dec. 11, 1813

1814

Nov. 26, 1814 Dec. 9, 1815

Dec. 9, 1815

67 68

Neuse Scotland Neck Temple

Smithfield Scotland Neck Roxboro

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. Name Hiram Taylor John L. Taylor Eagle Location Elizabeth City Beaufort Powell's Point Hillsboro County Dispensation 1817 Dec. 6, 1817 Dec. 6, 1817 Chartered Disposition Dispensation continued 1818-1819. Not chartered. Extinct. Last report 1842. (No. 48). Extinct. Dissolved 1827. Extinct. Forfeited 1878. Restortd 1887. Changed to No. 19 in 1933. Extinct. Surrendered Dec. 5, 1828. Extinct. Dispensation continued 1819. Not chartered. Extinct. Dispensation continued 1819. Not chartered. Extinct. Dec. 3, 1819 Dec. 16, 1820 Dissolved Dec. 6, 1827. Extinct. Ceased work 1837. Restored 1848. Arrested 1918. Extinct. Dispensation Surrendered Dec. 16, 1820. Extinct. Dec. 16, 1820 May 1, 1821 1818 by North Carolina 1819 1819 June 15, 1821 by Alabama. Record unbroken. Active. Ceased work 1878. Restored 1878. Active. Dispensation continued 1819-1821. Founded by the Grand Lodge as "Alabama" No. 5 under an Alabama Charter. Dispensation continued 1820. Not chartered. Extinct. Dispensation continued 1820. Not chartered. Extinct.

69 70 71

Carteret Currituck Orange

Dec. 19, 1818 Dec. 3, 1819 Dec. 3, 1819

72

Western Sun Saint John's Rising Sun Camden Rock Landing Haysville Milton

Wake Camden Halifax Franklin Caswell Dec. 5, 1818 Nov. 1818 1818 1818

Dec. 3, 1819

73 74

Blakeley Golden Fleece

University 75* 76* Widow's Son Greensboro Halo

Chapel Hill Camden Greensboro Cahaba

Orange Camden Guilford (Alabama)

1819

Raleigh Philanthropic

Raleigh Elizabeth City

Wake

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. Name Saint Stephens Location Saint Stephens County (Alabama) Dispensation 1820 by North Carolina 1820 1818 Chartered June 15, 1821 by Alabama. Dec. 1, 1821 Dec. 3, 1822 Disposition Dispensation continued 1821. Founded the Grand Lodge of Alabama in 1821. Given No. 9 under Alabama Charter. Surrendered 1829. Extinct. Forfeited 1866. Restored 1912. Consolidated with "Greenville" No. 284, Nov. 14, 1933. Extinct. Changed to No. 5 in 1857. Extinct. Forfeited in 1849. Extinct. Dropped 1845. Restored 1846. Moved from Trent Bridge 1846. Active. Forfeited 1846. Restored 1851. Forfeited 1874. Extinct. Forfeited 1839. Restored 1851. Forfeited 1880. Restored 1887. Active. Forfeited 1839. Restored 1841. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered Dec. 6, 1847. Extinct. Ceased work 1845. Extinct. Surrendered 1845. Restored 1851. Forfeited 1869. Extinct. Dropped 1838. (See No. 103.) Extinct. Charter suspended by Grand Lodge Dec. 4, 1867.

77 78

Albemarle Sharon

Hertford Greenville

Perquimans Pitt

79 80 81* 82 83*

Charity University Zion Mount Moriah LaFayette

Windsor Chapel Hill Trenton Statesville Jacksonville

Bertie Orange Jones Iredell Onslow

1822 1824 1824 Dec. 24, 1824 Dec. 21, 1824

Dec. 15, 1823 Dec. 24, 1824 Dec.21, 1824 Dec. 6, 1825 Dec. 6, 1825

84* 85* 86 87 88 89 90*

Fellowship Morning Star LaFayette Line Enfield Eastern Skewarkee

Smithfield Nashville Louisburg Duplin Old Court House Enfield Elizabeth City Williamston

Johnston Nash Franklin Duplin Halifax Pasquotank Martin

Dec. 24, 1824 Dec. 22, 1824 Dec. 24, 1824 1825 1825 1825 Dec. 22, 1824

Dec. 6, 1825 Dec. 6, 1825 Dec. 8, 1825 Dec. 6, 1825 Dec. 6, 1826 Dec. 8, 1825 Dec. 31, 1825

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. Name Location County Dispensation Chartered Disposition Restored Dec. 8, 1868. Active. Dropped 1845. Restored 1850. Forfeited Dec. 5, 1866. Restored Dec. 5, 1867. Active. Record Unbroken. Active. Surrendered 1833. Restored 1851. Dropped 1852. Extinct. Dropped 1846. Extinct. Originally at Snow Hill. Moved 1835. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered 1837. Restored 1843. Arrested 1848. Restored 1851. Changed to No. 4 1903. Extinct. Originally "Wake Forest" at Forrestville. Moved to Dunnsville in 1855. To Neuse in 1881. To Millbrook in 1904. Name changed to "Neuse" in 1892. To "Millbrook" in 1945. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Ceased work 1845. Restored 1846. Active. Arrested 1846. Restored 1851. Dropped 1856. Extinct. Dispensation revoked 1830. Extinct. Dispensation revoked 1830. Extinct. Dec. 21, 1830 Dropped 1846. Restored 1852. Surrendered 1885. Restored 1897. Changed to No. 13 in 1936. Extinct.

91*

Western Star

Rutherfordton

Rutherford

1821

Dec. 31, 1825

92* 93 94 95*

Joseph Warren Mount Moriah Franklin Jerusalem

Stantonsburg

Wilson Edgecombe Hyde 1825

Jan. 2, 1827 Jan. 2, 1827 Dec. 6, 1827 Dec. 4, 1827

Hookerton

Greene

96 97*

St. John's Millbrook

Kinston Milbrook

Lenoir Wake

Dec. 4, 1827 Dec. 6, 1827

98* 99* 100

Hiram Fulton Rising Sun Ashville Clinton

Clinton Salibury Morganton Ashville

Sampson Rowan Burke Buncombe Mecklenburg 1828 1828 1829

Dec. 4, 1827 Dec. 26, 1827 Dec. 8, 1829

101

Warren

Kenansville

Duplin

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 102* 103 104* 105 106* Name Columbus Star In The East Orr Shoco Perquimans Hertford Location Pittsboro Elizabeth City Washington County Chatham Pasquotank Beaufort Franklin Perquimans 1839 Dispensation Chartered Dec. 29, 1837 Dec. 4, 1838 Dec. 30, 1838 Dec. 4, 1839 Dec. 7, 1841 Disposition Ceased work 1878. Restored 1891. Active. Arrested 1847. Restored 1850. Surrendered 1868. Extinct. Ceased work 1885. Restored 1887. Active. Surrendered 1842. Extinct. Ceased work 1882. Restored 1883. Forfeited 1888. Restored 1890. Active. Given No. 106. Not chartered. Revoked 1841. Extinct. Dec. 6, 1842 Dec. 6, 1844 1845 1845 Feb. 1846 Dec. 3, 1845 Dec. 3, 1845 Dec. 10, 1846 Dec. 10, 1846 Forfeited 1846. Restored 1850. Surrendered 1896. Extinct. Ceased work 1891. Restored 1900. Surrendered 1931. Extinct. Forfeited 1866. Restored 1866. Active. Forfeited 1857. Restored 1861. Forfeited 1866. Extinct. Dropped 1869. Extinct. Originally at Everettsville. Moved 1860. Record unbroken. Active. Forfeited 1872. Restored 1890. Active. Dropped 1882. Restored 1891. Active. Record unbroken. Active.

106 107 108 109* 110 111 112*

Barton's Creek Clinton Belmont Franklin Saint John's Wentworth Wayne Yanceyville Faison Depot Beaufort Smithville Wentworth Goldsboro

Wake Caswell Duplin Carteret Brunswick Rockingham Wayne

Dec. 9, 1840 May 12, 1842

113* 114* 115*

Person Saint Alban's Holly Springs

Roxboro Lumberton Holly Springs

Person Robeson Wake

1847 1847 1847

Dec. 7, 1847 Dec. 7, 1847 Dec. 1847

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 116 117* Name Germanton Mount Lebanon Location Germanton Wilson County Stokes Wilson Dispensation Chartered 1848 1848 Disposition Forfeited Dec. 7, 1861. Extinct. Originally at Toisnot Depot, Edgecombe Co. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Changed to No. 37 in 1856. Extinct. Last report. 1855. Extinct. Forfeited 1880. Restored 1895. Surrendered 1902. Extinct. Originally "Tuscarora" No. 122. Forfeited 1882. "Oxford" No. 396 changed to "Tuscarora" No. 122 in 1933. To "Oxford" in 1935. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Ceased work 1880. Extinct. Moved from Mill Creek Church in 1879. Record unbroken. Active. Name changed from "Sunbury" in 1865. Charter surrendered in 1880. Restored 1889. Active. Originally at Swift Island. Moved to Zion in 1855. To Mt. Gilead in 1876. Surrendered in 1895. Restored in 1899. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered 1880, 1869, and 1906. Restored 1889, 1897, and 1907. Active.

118* 119 120 121 122*

Mount Hermon William R. Davie Palestine Logan Oxford

Asheville Lexington Gold Hill Jamestown Oxford

Buncombe Davidson Rowan Guilford Granville 1849 1849 1849

1848 Dec. 5, 1848 Dec. 5, 1849 Dec. 5, 1849 Dec. 5, 1849

123* 124* 125* 126*

Franklinton Clinton Mill Creek Gatesville

Franklinton Louisburg Newton Grove Gatesville

Franklin Franklin Sampson Gates

1849

Dec. 5, 1849 Dec. 5, 1849 Dec. 5, 1849 Dec. 5, 1849

1849 1849

127*

Blackmer

Mount Gilead

Montgomery

Dec. 3, 1850

128* 129*

Hanks Dan River

Franklinville Madison

Randolph Rockingham

Dec. 3, 1850 Dec.3, 1850

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 130 131 132* 133 134* 135 136* 137* 138* Name Fraternal Conoho Radiance Alamance Mocksville Black Rock Leaksville Lincoln King Solomon Location Rawlingsburg Hamilton Snow Hill Graham Mocksville Black Rock Leaksville Lincolnton Burgaw County Rockingham Martin Greene Alamance Davie Brunswick Rockingham Lincoln Pender 1851 Dispensation Chartered Dec. 3, 1850 Dec. 3, 1850 Dec. 3, 1850 Dec. 3, 1850 Dec.3, 1850 Dec. 3, 1850 Dec. 3, 1850 Dec.2, 1851 Dec. 4, 1851 Disposition Forfeited 1857. Extinct Arrested 1884. Extinct. Surrendered 1886. Restored 1891. Active. Ceased work 1878. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Forfeited 1860. Restored 1866. Arrested 1875. Extinct. Forfeited 1880. Restored 1898. Active. Forfeited 1887. Restored 1890. Active. Moved from Long Creek, New Hanover 1881. Record unbroken. Active. Forfeited 1857. Extinct. Dispensation revoked 1852. Extinct. Surrendered 1904. Extinct. Surrendered Mar. 15, 1935. Extinct. Forfeited 1874. Extinct Forfeited 1880. Restored 1885. Arrested 1930. Restored 1930. Consolidated with "Flat Creek" No. 285 in 1932. Originally at Gholston. Active.

139

Wilson Marion Mount Energy Carolina Cane Creek Mount Vernon

Gaston Marion Tranquility Carolina College Sandy Grove Bonlee

Northhampton McDowell Granville Anson Alamance Chatham

1851 1851 1851

Dec. 4, 1851

140 141 142 143*

Dec. 4, 1851 Dec. 2, 1851

1851 1852

Dec. 8, 1852 Dec. 8, 1852

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 144 145* 146* 147* 148 Name Taylor Junaluskee Cherokee Palmyra Wilson Location Mount Pleasant Franklin Murphy Dunn New Institute County Chatham Macon Cherokee Harnett Iredell Lincoln Granville Dispensation 1852 1851 1851 1851 1852 1852 1852 Dec. 8, 1852 Chartered Dec. 8, 1852 Dec. 8, 1852 Dec. 8, 1852 Dec. 8, 1852 Dec. 8, 1852 Disposition Dropped 1869. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Ceased work 1885. Restored 1890. Active. Moved from Averasboro 1880. Record unbroken. Active. Ceased work 1858. Extinct. Dispensation revoked 1853. Extinct. Original name "County Line", Young's Cross Roads. Record unbroken. Active. Moved from Albemarle 1854. Ceased work 1868. Rechartered 1916. Active. Originally "Chalmers" No. 151, Carbonton. Consolidated with "McCormick" No. 228 in 1925 and moved to Sanford. Other consolidations, Nos. 186, 321, 376, 465, and 469. Active. Surrendered 1858. Extinct. Last report 1859. Dropped 1866. Extinct. Originally at Cowansville. Arrested 1873. Restored 1877 and moved to Mt. Vernon. Forfeited 1883. Restored 1886 and moved to Cleveland. Forfeited 1889. Restored 1903. Active. Record unbroken. Active.

Faith, Hope and Charity Beattie's Ford 149* Adoniram Cornwall

150*

Pee Dee

Norwood

Stanly

1852

Dec. 8, 1852

151

Sanford

Sanford

Lee

Dec. 6, 1853

152 153 154*

Whiteville Mount Carmel Scotch Ireland

Whiteville Scott's Hill Cleveland

Columbus New Hanover Rowan

Dec. 8, 1853 Dec. 8, 1853 Dec. 8, 1853

155*

White Stone

Wakefield

Wake

Dec. 8, 1853

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 156 157 158* 159 160 161 Name Rolesville Mount Pleasant Knap of Reeds Rocky River Beaumont Emmaus Location Rolesville Roger's Store Bahama Mudlick Beaumont Hadley's Mill County Wake Wake Durham Chatham Chatham Chatham Dispensation Chartered Dec. 8, 1853 Dec. 8, 1953 Dec. 8, 1853 Dec. 6, 1854 Dec, 6, 1854 Dec. 6, 1854 Disposition Arrested 1942. Extinct. Consolidated with "Millbrooke" No. 97 in 1930. Extinct. Originall at Knap O' Reeds, Granville. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered 1869. Extinct. Forfeited 1874. Extinct. Moved to Boon's Chapel in 1857. Name changed to "Rock Rest" in 1859. Forfeited 1889. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Ceased work 1856. Extinct. Surrendered 1869. Restored 1882. Arrested 1932. Extinct. Originally at Creechville. Record unbroken. Active. Forfeited 1866. Restored 1875. Forfeited 1880. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered 1881. Restored 1890. Surrendered 1896. Extinct. Surrendered 1858. Extinct. Originally at Reem's Creek. Record unbroken. Active. Originally "Delk" No. 171. Ceased work 1881. No. 591 given No. 171 in 1913. Consolidated with "Davie" No. 39, Lewiston

162* 163 164 165* 166 167* 168 169 170* 171

Yadkin Mount Airy Deep River Archer Saint Pauls Winston Pleasant Hill Shallow Ford Blackmer Colerain

Yadkinville Mount Airy Buffalo Ford Clayton, R.F.D. Beatty's Bridge Winston-Salem Patterson's Store Shallow Ford Weaverville Colerain

Yadkin Surry Randolph Johnston Bladen Forsyth Alamance Alamance Buncombe Bertie 1855

Dec. 6, 1854 Dec. 6, 1854 Dec. 6, 1854 Dec. 6, 1854 Dec. 6, 1854 Dec. 6, 1854 Dec. 6, 1854 Dec. 6, 1854 Dec. 6, 1854 Dec. 5, 1855

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. Name Location County Dispensation Chartered Disposition in 1993 and relocated to Ahoskie. Extinct. Originally at Buffalo, Moore Co. Ceased work 1880. Restored 1884. Forfeited 1891. Restored 1886. Active. Ceased work 1873. Extinct. Originally at Lassiter's Cross Roads. Moved to Bell's Cross Roads in 1882. Consolidated with No. 102 1971. Extinct. Extinct. Originally "Mecklenburg" No. 176. Dropped 1865. Restored 1867. Surrendered 1902. Restored 1905. Arrested 1908. Restored 1915. Consolidated with "Williams" No. 538 in 1993. Name changed to "Williams" No. 176 on Apr. 20, 1994. Active. Dropped 1869. Extinct. Arrested Jan. 10, 1929. Extinct. Ceased work 1873. Extinct. Last return 1880. Extinct. Ceased work 1878. Restored 1900. Active. Ceased work 1878. Restored 1888. Surrendered 1890. Extinct. Last return 1875. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 252 in 1880. Extinct.

172*

Buffalo

Jonesboro

Lee

1855

Dec. 5, 1855

173 174

Union George Washington

Kernersville Apex, R.F.D.

Forsythe Wake

1855 1855

Dec. 5, 1855 Dec. 5, 1855

175 176*

Pollocksville Williams

Pollocksville Cornelius

Jones Mecklenburg

1855 1855

Dec. 5, 1855 Dec. 5, 1855

177 178 179 180 181* 182 183 184

Marlboro Siloam LaFayette Caldwell Carthage Townsville Center Grove Jordan

Marlboro Harrell's Store Leasburg Chapel Hill Carthage Townsville Summerfield Reynoldsonville

Pitt New Hanover Caswell Orange Moore Granville Guilford Gates

1855 1855 1855 1855 1855 1855 1855 1855

Dec. 5, 1855 Dec. 5, 1855 Dec. 5, 1855 Dec. 5, 1855 Dec. 5, 1855 Dec. 5. 1855 Dec. 5, 1855 Dec. 5, 1855

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 185 186 187* 188* 189 190* 191* 192 193 194 195 196 197 Name Sandy Creek Pine Forest Central Cross Balfour Taylorsville Fair Bluff Granite Burnsville Unanimity Cape Fear Mount Olivet Falkland Cherokee Location Sandy Creek Harrington Spring Hope Asheboro Taylorsville Fair Bluff Clayton Burnsville Edenton Elizabethtown Brower's Mill Falkland Leaksville County Franklin Harnett Nash Randolph Alexander Columbus Johnston Yancy Chowan Bladen Randolph Pitt Rockingham 1857 1857 1857 1855 1855 Dispensation Chartered Dec. 2, 1856 Dec. 2, 1856 Dec. 2, 1856 Dec. 2, 1856 Dec. 2, 1856 Dec. 2, 1856 Dec. 2, 1856 Dec. 2, 1856 Dec. 2, 1856 Dec. 8, 1857 Dec. 7, 1858 Dec. 7, 1858 Dec. 7, 1858 Disposition Arrested Mar. 6, 1933. Extinct. Consolidated with "Sanford" No. 151 1926. Extinct. Originally at Hunt's Store. Record unbroken. Active . Ceased work 1873. Restored 1888. Active. Last report 1865. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Originally at Stalling's Depot. Moved 1888. Record unbroken. Active. Arrested 1931. Extinct. Changed to No. 7 in 1857. Extinct. Ceased work 1869. Extinct. Forfeited 1867. Restored 1891. Arrested Jan 14, 1926. Extinct. Last report 1881. Extinct. Dropped 1905. Restored 1906. Name changed to "Stoneville" in 1907. Surrendered 1916. Extinct. Moved to Ephesus Church in 1869. Back to Cary in 1871. Surrendered 1896. Restored 1897. Active. Ceased work 1870. Extinct.

198*

Cary

Cary

Wake

Dec. 7, 1858

199

High Point

High Point

Guilford

1858

Dec. 7, 1858

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 200 201 202* 203* Name Pisgah Eagle Rock Cleveland Roanoke Pasquotank 204 Berea Location Hendersonville Eagle Rock Shelby Weldon Elizabeth City Berea County Henderson Wake Cleveland Halifax Pasquotank Granville Dispensation 1857 1858 1858 Dec. 8, 1858 1858 1859 Dec. 6, 1859 Chartered Dec. 7, 1858 Dec. 7, 1858 Dec. 7, 1858 Dec. 6, 1859 Disposition Forfeited 1872. Extinct. Last return 1893. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Dispensation revoked 1859. Extinct. Originally at Tar River Academy. Moved to Berea in 1919. Surrendered 1928. Extinct. Originally at Hopewell. Forfeited 1874. Restored. 1897. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Dropped 1866. Restored 1867. Dropped 1889. Restored 1903. Active. Name changed to "Randleman" in 1880. Forfeited 1887. Restored 1888. Arrested 1942. Extinct. Forfeited 1880. Restored 1882. Forfeited 1884. Restored 1889. Surrendered 1896. Restored 1904. Active. Last report 1881. Extinct. Ceased work 1879. Extinct.

205* 206* 207* 208*

Long Creek Mingo Lebanon Mount Olive

Huntersville Spivey's Corner Whiteville Mount Olive

Mecklenburg Sampson Columbus Wayne

1857 1859 1859 1859

Dec. 6, 1859 Dec. 6, 1859 Dec. 6, 1859 Dec. 6, 1859

209

New Salem

New Salem

Randolph

1859

Dec 7, 1859

210*

Eno

Eno

Durham

1860

Dec. 7, 1860

211 212

Asheville Industrial

Mt. Airy Company Shops

Surry Alamance

1860 Dec. 14, 1859

Dec. 7, 1860 Dec. 7, 1860

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 213 214* 215 216 Name Crane's Creek Thomasville New Light Rockingham Bethlehem 217* 218* 219 Catawba Valley William G. Hill Jefferson Location Crane's Creek Thomasville New Light Rockingham Buckhorn Morganton Raleigh Jefferson County Moore Davidson Wake Richmond Chatham Burke Wake Ashe 1864 1863 Dispensation 1860 1860 1860 1859 1860 Dec. 7, 1860 Dec. 5, 1864 Dec. 5, 1864 Chartered Dec. 7, 1860 Dec. 7, 1860 Dec. 7, 1860 Dec. 7, 1860 Disposition Surrendered 1870. Extinct. Name changed from "Richland" in 1890. Record unbroken. Active. Arrested Dec. 7, 1882. Extinct. Charter revoked 1866. Restored 1870. Forfeited 1872. Extinct. Disposition revoked Dec. 4, 1861. Extinct. Forfeited 1884. Restored 1891. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Dropped 1876. Restored 1888. Forfeited 1898. Restored 1906. Arrested 1933. Extinct. Forfeited 1887. Extinct. Attached to Hoke's Brigade, 6th N.C. Troops. Dispensation surrendered Dec. 5, 1865. Attached to 40th Regiment, N.C. Heavy Artillery. Dispensation surrendered Dec. 5, 1865. Attached to Daniel's Brigade, 43rd N.C. Troops. Dispensation surrendered Dec. 5, 1865. Known as "Lodge in 3rd N.C. Cavalry". Dispensation surrendered Dec. 5, 1865. Attached to 21st Regiment, N.C. Troops.

220

Stokesburg J.E. Avery

Walnut Cove Military Lodge

Stokes No. 1 1864

Dec. 5, 1864

Zeb B. Vance

Military Lodge

No. 2

1864

Vance Brothers

Military Lodge

No. 3

1864

3rd N.C. Cavalry

Military Lodge

No. 4

1864

Chicamauga

Military Lodge

No. 5

1864

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. Name Location County Dispensation Chartered Disposition Dispensation surrendered Dec. 5, 1865. Attached to First N.C. Battalion. Dispensation surrendered Dec. 5, 1865.

J.C. McDowell 221 (Not Used) Lenoir 222 223 224 Webster Tabernacle County Line

Military Lodge

No. 6

1864

Lenoir Elevation Gilmer's Store County Line

Caldwell Johnston Guilford Davie

1864 Dec, 6, 1864 1864 1864 Dec. 6. 1864 Dec. 6, 1864

Dispensation revoked. Extinct. Moved to Platt in 1890. Surrendered 1896. Extinct. Forfeited 1876. Extinct. Forfeited 1887. Restored 1913. Cosolodated with No. 154 in 1929. Extinct. Forfeited 1883. Extinct. Forfeited 1884. Restored 1885. Originally "Wilson" No. 226. Name changed to "Olin" No. 226 in 1988. Active. Charter suspended 1877. Restored 1878. Arrested 1916. Restored 1917. Surrendered 1934. Extinct. Dropped 1891. Restored 1895. Moved to Broadway in 1897. Consolidated with No. 151 in 1925. Extinct. Ceased work 1881. Restored 1889. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active.

225 226*

Haw River Olin

Oak Ridge Olin

Guilford Iredell 1864

Dec. 6, 1864 Dec. 6, 1864

227

Jonesville

Jonesville

Yadkin

1864

Dec. 6, 1864

228

McCormick

Jonesboro

Moore

Dec, 5, 1865

229* 230* 231*

Henderson Corinthian William T. Bain

Henderson Rocky Mount Raleigh, R.F.D.

Vance Nash Wake

Dec. 5, 1865 Dec. 5, 1865 Dec. 5, 1865

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 232 Name Gunter Location Haywood County Chatham Dispensation Chartered Dec. 5, 1865 Disposition Surrendered 1880. Restored 1884. Surrendered 1894. Restored 1895. Surrendered 1904. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered 1896. Restored 1914. Surrendered 1935. Extinct. Surrendered 1908. Extinct. Ceased work 1873. Extinct. Ceased work 1873. Restored 1885. Active. Surrendered 1939. Extinct. Ceased work 1879. Extinct. (Fremont) Surrendered 1882. Restored 1908. Active. Disposition revoked 1866. Restored 1867. Forfeited 1868. Not Chartered. Dec. 4, 1866 1866 1866 Dec. 4, 1866 Dec. 4, 1866 Ceased work 1868. Extinct. Last return 1879. Extinct. Originally "Roundtree" No. 243 at Contentea Neck. Consolidated with "Grifton" No. 452 in 1930. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Last report 1886. Extinct.

233* 234 235 236 237* 238 239 240*

Lenoir Anchor Cokesburg Mount Zion Mystic Tie Atlantic Nahunta Wiccacon Stanhope

La Grange Auburn Chalk Level Saint Lawrence Marion Currituck C. H. Nahunta Harrellsville Stanhope

Lenoir Wake Harnett Chatham McDowell Currituck Wayne Hertford Nash Dec. 13, 1865

Dec. 5, 1865 Dec. 5, 1865 Dec. 5, 1865 Dec. 5, 1865 Dec. 5, 1865 Dec. 5. 1865 Dec. 5, 1865 Dec. 5, 1865

241 242 243*

Oscilla Loch Lomond Grifton

Tally Ho Floral College Grifton

Granville Robeson Pitt

244* 245

Monroe New Bern

Monroe New Bern

Union Craven

1866 1866

Dec. 4, 1866 Dec. 4, 1866

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 246 247 248* 249* 250 251 252 Name Elmwood Mount Hermon Catawba Pythagoras Shiloh Rockford Holly Grove Location Greensboro Curtis Mills Newton Southport Sassafras Fork Rockford Holly Grove County Guilford Alamance Catawba Brunswick Granville Surry Gates 1866 1866 1866 Dispensation 1866 1866 June 18, 1866 Chartered Dec. 4. 1866 Dec. 5, 1866 Dec. 5, 1866 Dec. 5, 1866 Dec. 5, 1866 Dec. 5, 1866 Dec. 5, 1866 Disposition Ceased work 1878. Extinct. Forfeited 1876. Extinct. Ceased work 1879. Restored 1889. Active. Originally at Smithville. Record unbroken. Active. Moved to Stovall in 1906. Surrendered 1930. Extinct. Surrendered 1929. Extinct. Moved to Sunbury and name changed to "Lilly Valley" in 1881. Arrested 1924. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Moved to Aspen Grove in 1877. Forfeited 1884. Extinct. Ceased work 1885. Revived 1897. Arrested 1935. Extinct. Forfeited 1876. Extinct. Originally "J. B. Person" at Beulah. Moved to Kenly in 1897. Name changed in 1900. Record unbroken. Active. Originally "Harnett" No. 258 at Harnett Chapel. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Ceased work 1881. Extinct.

253* 254 255 256 257*

Lee Mount Bethel Oaks Trinity Kenly

Taylorsville Lomaxville Oaks Trinity College Kenly

Alexander Rockingham Orange Randolph Johnston

1866 1866 1866

Dec. 5, 1866 Dec. 5, 1866 Dec. 5, 1866 Dec. 5, 1866

1966

Dec. 5, 1866

258*

Fuquay

Fuquay Springs

Wake

1866

Dec. 5, 1866

259* 260

Waynesville Center Hill

Waynesville Center Hill

Haywood Chowan

June 9, 1866 1866

Dec. 5, 1866 Dec. 5, 1866

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 261* 262* 263* Name Excelsior Hibriten Gaston Location Charlotte Lenoir Dallas County Mecklenburg Caldwell Gaston Dispensation Feb. 4, 1867 1866 Chartered Dec. 3, 1867 Dec. 3, 1867 Dec. 3, 1867 Disposition Record unbroken. Active. Originally "High Brighton". Surrendered 1880. Restored 1882. Active. Arrested 1886. Restored 1890. Ceased work 1892.. Restored 1898. Active. Forfeited 1876. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Moved to Steadman in 1911. Consolidated with No. 8 in 1929. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Forfeited 1873. Restored 1874. Ceased work 1877. Restored 1888. Arrested 1902. Restored 1903. Moved to Slyva in 1926. Arrested 1942. Extinct. Ceased work 1871. Not chartered. Extinct. Dec. 4, 1867 Dec. 4, 1867 Dec. 4, 1867 Dec. 4, 1867 Forfeited 1888. Restored 1890. Surrendered 1908. Extinct. Arrested 1870. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Original name "Mebaneville". Ceased work 1871. Restored 1873. Forfeited 1887. Restored 1889. Moved to Haw River in 1896. Returned in 1909. Active.

264 265* 266 267* 268

Coble Farmington Durbin Dunn's Rock Unaka

Brick Church Farmington Blockersville Brevard Webster

Guilford Davie Cumberland Transylvania Jackson

June 4, 1867 Apr. 15, 1867 1866 July 25, 1867 1866

Dec. 3, 1867 Dec. 3, 1867 Dec. 4, 1867 Dec. 4, 1867 Dec. 4, 1867

Swift Creek 269 270 271* 272* East Bend Builder's Tabasco Bingham

Swift Creek East Bend Friendship Gibsonville Mebane

Craven Yadkin Guilford Guilford Alamance

Aug. 8, 1867 1866 June 19, 1867 Apr. 15, 1867 May 18, 1867

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 273 274 275 276* Name Watauga Saint Patrick's Manuel Fetter Beaver Dam Location Boone Princeton Moringsville Marshville County Watauga Johnston Chatham Union Dispensation Mar. 2, 1867 June 19. 1867 Chartered Dec. 4, 1867 Dec. 5, 1867 Dec. 5, 1867 Dec. 5, 1867 Disposition Arrested 1935. Extinct. Originally at Boone Hill. Forfeited 1880. Extinct. Forfeited 1876. Extinct. Originally at Beaver Dam. Arrested 1884. Restored 1895. Moved to Marshville in 1895. Active. Originally at Green Level. Record unbroken. Active. Last report 1885. Extinct. Originally at Teacheys. Surrendered 1877. Restored 1880. moved to Rose Hill in 1912. Active. Surrendered 1896. Extinct. Last report 1879. Extinct. Originally named "Forrestville". Surrendered 1880. Restored 1890. Name changed in 1893. Ceased work 1900. Restored 1905. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Consolidated with No. 78 in 1933. Record unbroken. Active. Ceased work 1875. Restored 1887. Consolidated with No. 143 in 1932. Extinct. Moved to Cedar Rock in 1889. Arrested 1927. Extinct.

277* 278 279*

Green Level Colesville Rehoboth

Apex., R.F.D. Colesville Rose Hill

Wake Stokes Duplin

Mar. 22, 1867 1866 Jan. 3, 1868

Dec. 8, 1868 Dec. 8, 1868 Dec. 8, 1868

280 281 282*

Sapona Richard Watt York Wake Forest

Asbury Church Hank's Chapel Wake Forest

Chatham Chatham Wake

Apr. 4, 1868 Feb. 21, 1867 Feb. 20, 1868

Dec. 8, 1868 Dec. 8, 1868 Dec. 8, 1868

283* 284* 285

Eureka Greenville Flat Creek

China Grove Greenville Moffitt's Mills

Rowan Pitt Randolph

Dec. 5, 1867 Jan. 15, 1868 Mar. 20, 1868

Dec. 8, 1868 Dec. 8, 1868 Dec. 8, 1868

286

Castalia

Castalia

Nash

Dec. 5, 1867

Dec. 9, 1868

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 287 288 289* 290 291 292* 293* 294* 295 296* Name Blue Eureka Salem Germanton Richland Creek French Broad Vance Atlantic Bladen Stonewall Belle Voir 297 298 299* Little River Edgecombe Harmony Location Carthage Company Shops Winston-Salem Germanton Union Grove Marshall Stociksville Swan Quarter Elizabethtown Robersonville Belle Voir Little River Academy Joyner's Depot Harmony County Moore Alamance Forsythe Stokes Randolph Madison Buncombe Hyde Bladen Martin Chatham Cumberland Edgecombe Iredell May 20, 1868 Dec. 12, 1868 Apr. 27, 1869 May 5, 1868 June 8, 1869 Mar. 26, 1869 Jan. 30, 1869 Feb. 16, 1869 Sep. 12, 1868 Mar. 27, 1868 Dec. 7, 1869 Dec. 7, 1869 Dec. 7, 1869 Dispensation Aug. 27, 1867 Mar. 20, 1868 May 19, 1868 Chartered Dec. 9, 1868 Dec. 9, 1868 Dec. 9, 1868 Dec. 9, 1868 Dec. 9, 1868 Dec. 7, 1869 Dec. 7, 1869 Dec. 7, 1869 Dec, 7, 1869 Dec. 7, 1869 Disposition Ceased work 1878. Extinct. Ceased work 1880. Extinct. Originally at Salem. Record unbroken. Active. Ceased work 1875. (See No. 116) Extinct. Forfeited 1876. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Originally at Morgan's Hill. No reports 1896-1907. Restored 1907. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Arrested 1873. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Dispensation continued 1870. Revoked 1871. Extinct. Ceased work 1873. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 117 in 1935. Extinct. Originally "Hunting Creek" at Eagle Mills. Consolidated with "Harmony" No. 651 in 1942. Active. Originally "Pamlico" No. 300. Ceased work 1877. Restored 1882. Surrendered 1902. Restored 1906. "Aurora" No. 662 given No. 300 in 1927. Active.

300*

Aurora

Aurora

Beaufort

Dec. 5, 1867

Dec. 8, 1869

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 301* 302* 303 304* 305* 306* Name Clay Lillington Evergreen Pleasant Hill Laurinburg Raeford Location Hayesville Lillington Johnsonville Pink Hill Laurinburg Raeford County Clay Harnett Harnett Lenoir Scotland Hoke Dispensation 1866 Sep. 13, 1869 Aug. 7, 1869 Sept. 24, 1870 Dec. 22, 1869 Chartered Dec. 9, 1869 Dec, 6, 1870 Dec. 6, 1870 Dec. 7, 1870 Dec. 7, 1870 Dec. 7, 1870 Disposition Ceased work 1878. Restored 1882. Active. Dropped 1881. Restored 1893. Active. Consolidated with No. 172 in 1929. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Originally "Galatia" at Hope Mills. Surrendered 1899. Restored 1900. Moved to Raeford 1898. Active. Consolidated with No, 32 in 1931. Extinct. Surrendered 1986. Restored and moved to Troy in 1897. Arrested Mar. 5, 1934. Extinct. Moved to Rock Ridge in 1920. Surrendered 1940. Extinct. Ceased work Oct. 1877. Extinct. Arrested Sept. 22, 1923. Extinct. Arrested Nov. 15, 1937. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Ceased work 1879. Restored 1884. Last return 1885. Extinct. Surrendered 1886. Restored 1896. Surrendered 1905. Extinct.

307 309

Patterson Randolph

Mount Pleasant Saunders Hill

Cabarrus Montgomery

Dec.10, 1868 Oct. 23, 1868

Dec. 7, 1870 Dec. 6, 1871

310 311 312 313 314* 315 316

Hatcher Prospect Notla King Solomon New Lebanon Jerusalem Kinston

Wilson Spring Grove Notla, Old Town Lumber Bridge South Mills Jerusalem Kinston

Wilson Rowan Cherokee Robeson Camden Davie Lenoir

Dec. 9, 1870 Jan. 4, 1871 Aug. 4, 1871 July 27, 1872 Jan. 22, 1872 Jan. 3, 1872 Apr. 13, 1872

Dec. 6, 1871 Dec. 6, 1871 Dec. 3, 1872 Dec. 3, 1872 Dec. 3, 1872 Dec. 3, 1872 Dec. 3, 1872

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 317* 318 319* 320* 321 Name Eureka Monatau Wilmington Selma White Hill Location Elizabeth City Crooked Creek Wilmington Selma Crane's Creek County Pasquotank Stokes New Hanover Johnston Moore Dispensation Feb. 23, 1872 July 19, 1872 July 10, 1872 Oct. 24, 1872 Sept. 5, 1871 Chartered Dec. 3, 1872 Dec. 3, 1872 Dec. 3, 1872 Dec. 3, 1872 Dec. 3, 1872 Disposition Record unbroken. Active. Last return 1879. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Dispensation continued 1872. Moved to Cameron in 1924. Consolidated with No. 151 in 1927. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Last return 1879. Extinct. Forfeited 1887. Restored 1895. Surrendered 1907. Extinct. Surrendered 1887. Restored 1888. Arrested 1927. Extinct. Last return 1878. Extinct. Surrendered 1938. (See Nos. 6 and 723). Extinct. Originally at Chapel Hill Academy, Hyde Co. Moved to Lake Landing, then to Englehard. Record unbroken. Active. Consolidated with No. 8 in 1893. Extinct. Surrendered May 1, 1916. Extinct. Not chartered. Ceased work 1874. Extinct.

322* 323 324 325 326 327 328* 329 330

Granite Danbury Wentworth Falling Creek Sandy Creek Winton Mattamuskeet Fayetteville Black Creek Kernersville

Mount Airy Danbury Wentworth Goldsboro Sandy Creek Winton Englehard Fayetteville Black Creek Kernersville

Surry Stokes Rockingham Wayne Randolph Hertford Hyde Cumberland Wilson Forsythe

Jan. 22, 1872 Aug. 10, 1872 Apr. 29, 1872 Mar. 1, 1872 Jan. 1, 1872 May 25, 1872 Nov. 5, 1873 Apr. 21, 1873 Mar. 31, 1873 Apr. 7, 1873

Dec. 3, 1872 Dec. 5, 1872 Dec. 5, 1872 Dec. 5, 1872 Dec. 5, 1872 Dec. 5, 1872 Dec. 2, 1873 Dec. 2, 1873 Dec. 2, 1873

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 331* 332 Name Bayboro Goldsboro Location Bayboro Goldsboro County Pamlico Wayne Dispensation Aug. 7, 1873 June 2, 1873 Chartered Dec. 2, 1873 Dec. 8, 1874 Disposition Originally at Bay River. Record unbroken. Active. Originally chartered 1873. revoked and rechartered 1874. Forfeited 1884. Extinct. Originally named "Cedar Run". Moved to Wade's Station in 1889. Surrendered 1898. Restored 1902. Arrested 1933. Restored 1934. Arrested 1941. Extinct. Forfeited 1883. Extinct. Forfeited 1889. Restored 1895. Name changed to "Rowland" in 1908. Arrested 1933. Restored 1934. Arrested 1941. Extinct. Forfeited 1876. Extinct. Now "Vance County". Surrendered Dec. 29, 1924. Extinct. Not chartered. Ceased work 1875. Extinct. Dec. 8, 1874 Dec. 8, 1874 Dec. 8, 1874 Dec. 8, 1874 Dec. 8, 1874 Forfeited 1889. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Arrested Apr. 12, 1947. Extinct. Moved to Morrisville in 1882. To Cedar Fork in 1887. Surrendered 1889. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active.

333

Lock's Creek

Fayetteville, R.F.D.

Cumberland

Dec. 8, 1874

334 335

Roman Eagle Ashpole

Reidsville Ashpole

Rockingham Robeson

May 28, 1874 Aug. 8, 1874

Dec. 8, 1874 Dec. 8, 1974

336 337

Good Samaratin Ionic Silver Run

Smithfield Kittrell Devane's Mills Palmyra Kings Mountain Pikesville Rock Spring Cedar Fork

Johnston Granville Cumberland Halifax Cleveland Wayne Lincoln Wake

June 13, 1874 Jan. 8, 1874 Mar. 23, 1874 Aug. 8, 1874 Aug. 8, 1874 Sept. 18, 1874 Dec. 4, 1873 Aug. 15, 1874

Dec. 8, 1874 Dec. 8, 1874

338 339* 340* 341 342

Palmyra Fairview Harmony Rock Spring Cedar Fork

343*

Hickory

Hickory

Catawba

May 27, 1874

Dec. 8, 1874

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 344* 345 346 347 348* 349 350 351 352* 353 354 355 356* Name Numa F. Reid Snow Creek Trap Hill Mount Mourne Stanly Apex Mount Moriah Enfield Durham Moravian Euno Dellaplane Fallston Location High Point Snow Creek Trap Hill Mount Mourne Albemarle Apex Battleboro Enfield Durham Moravian Falls Collins Cross Roads Dellaplane Fallston County Guilford Iredell Wilkes Iredell Stanly Wake Nash Halifax Durham Wilkes Wake Wilkes Cleveland Dispensation Apr. 23, 1875 June 11, 1875 Feb. 12, 1874 May 17, 1875 July 1, 1875 Oct. 29, 1875 Apr. 1, 1875 Sept. 28, 1875 Apr. 6, 1876 June 14, 1876 Dec. 7, 1875 Jan. 12, 1876 Jan. 12, 1876 Chartered Dec. 7, 1875 Dec. 7, 1875 Dec. 7, 1875 Dec. 7, 1875 Dec. 7, 1875 Dec. 8, 1875 Dec. 8, 1875 Dec. 8, 1875 Dec. 6, 1876 Dec. 6, 1876 Dec. 6, 1876 Dec. 6, 1876 Dec. 6, 1876 Disposition Record unbroken. Active. Forfeited 1884. Extinct. Surrendered 1896. Extinct. (See No. 483) Surrendered 1897. Restored 1915. Surrendered 1916. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Last return 1879. Extinct. Ceased work 1884. Extinct. Ceased work 1880. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Consolidated with No. 45 in 1938. Extinct. Ceased work 1884. Extinct. Moved to Roaring River in 1904. Surrendered 1925. Extinct. Originally "Double Shoals" at Cleveland. Moved to Fallston in 1900. Record unbroken. Active. Not chartered. Ceased work 1877. Extinct. Dec. 5, 1877 Dec. 5, 1877 Record unbroken. Active. Forfeited 1896. Restored 1899. Active.

Leasburg 357* 358* Bakersville East La Porte

Leasburg Bakersville East Laport

Caswell Mitchell Jackson

Jan. 15, 1876 Mar. 24, 1875 Oct. 27, 1877

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 359* 360 Name Mount Vernon Mayou Location Oriental Clay Fork County Pamlico Cumberland Dispensation June 26, 1877 Nov. 20, 1875 Chartered Dec. 5, 1877 Dec. 5, 1877 Disposition Originally at Stonewall. Record unbroken. Active. Moved to Ammon, Bladen Co. in 1879. Surrendered Mar. 31, 1905. Extinct. Last return 1882. Extinct. Forfeited 1889. Extinct. Originally at Sugar Grove. Moved to Boone in 1945. Record unbroken. Active. Forfeited 1889. Extinct. Ceased work 1884. Extinct. Not chartered. Ceased work 1879. Extinct. Dec. 4, 1878 Dec. 4, 1878 Dec. 3, 1879 Dec. 3, 1879 Arrested Aug 21, 1942. Extinct. Arrested 1884. Extinct. Surrendered 1901. Extinct. Originally named "Air Line". Ceased work 1883. Restored 1886. Name changed in 1901. Active. Arrested June 20, 1932. Extinct. Surrendered 1887. Restored 1890. Forfeited 1895. Extinct. Forfeited 1886. Restored 1889. Moved to Morven in 1891.

361 362 363*

Acacia Iredell Snow

Belle Voir Mooresville Boone

Chatham Iredell Watauga

June 11, 1877 Feb. 12, 1878 Feb. 20, 1878

Dec. 6, 1877 Dec. 4, 1878 Dec. 4, 1878

364 365

Cumberland Marlboro Mill Bridge

Gray's Creek Marlboro Mill Bridge Huntersville Clarkton William's Mill Gastonia

Cumberland Pitt Rowan Mecklenburg Bladen Chatham Gaston

Mar. 2, 1878 Jan. 30, 1878 Mar. 9, 1878 Oct. 24, 1878 June 11, 1878 Mar. 14, 1879 May 14, 1879

Dec. 4, 1878 Dec. 4, 1878

366 367 368 369*

Craighead Jachin Mount Pisgah Gastonia

370 371 372

Mars Hill Olive Branch Bethel

Mars Hill Garner Madra

Madison Wake Anson

Jan. 17, 1880 Feb. 17, 1880 Mar. 21, 1879

Dec. 8, 1880 Dec. 8, 1880 Dec. 8, 1880

* Denotes active North Carolina Lodge. # Denotes Lodge active in another state.

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. Name Location County Dispensation Chartered Disposition Arrested May 15, 1934. Extinct. Originally "Elk Lodge" at Elks Cross Roads, Ashe Co. Record unbroken. Active. Originally at Granite Hill. Moved to Amity Hill, to Mooresville, to Troutman. Surrendered 1897. Restored 1912. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Arrested 1884. Restored 1902. Moved to Moncure in 1919. Consolidated with No. 151 in 1928. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Moved to Margarettsville in 1892. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Originally at Grissom. Record unbroken. Active.

373*

Ashler

Deep Gap

Watauga

Oct. 10, 1881

Dec. 7, 1881

374*

Campbell

Troutman

Iredell

Apr. 25, 1881

Dec. 7, 1881

375* 376

State Line Life Boat

Grover Merry Qaks

Cleveland Chatham

Jan. 22, 1881 May 17, 1881

Dec. 7, 1881 Dec. 7, 1881

377* 378* 379* 380*

Youngsville Seaboard Coharie Granville

Youngsville Seaboard Salemburg Wake Forest, R.F.D.

Franklin Northhampton Sampson Granville

Sept. 6, 1881 Sept. 14, 1882 Oct. 4, 1882 June 1, 1883

Dec. 7, 1881 Dec. 6, 1882 Dec. 6, 1882 Jan. 6, 1884 (No G.L. meeting held in 1883.) Jan. 9, 1884

381*

Forest City Union

Forest City Union Monbo Statesville Reidsville

Rutherford Moore Catawba Iredell Rockingham

Sept. 22, 1883 May 28, 1883 Jan. 19, 1883 Feb. 7, 1883 Oct. 29, 1883

Record unbroken. Active. Not chartered. Ceased work 1886. Extinct.

382 383 384*

Shawnee Statesville Jefferson Penn

Jan. 9, 1884 Jan. 9, 1884 Jan. 9, 1884

Moved to Sherrill's Ford in 1897. Arrested April 8, 1941. Extinct. Forfeited 1895. Extinct. Original name "Reidsville". Name changed April 22, 1953. Record unbroken. Active.

* Denotes active North Carolina Lodge. # Denotes Lodge active in another state.

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 385 Name Scottsville Location Scottsville County Ashe Dispensation Oct. 22, 1883 Chartered Jan. 14, 1885 Disposition Originally at Furches. Moved to Cranberry Ch. in 1889. Arrested 1938. Extinct. Originally at Pigeon River. Arrested Mar. 15, 1924. Restored 'May 16, 1924. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Originally named Mooresboro. Name changed to Friendship on April 10, 1999 Not chartered. Dispensation continued 1885-1887. Dissolved 1888. Extinct. Jan. 14, 1885 Jan. 14, 1885 Jan. 14, 1885 Surrendered Oct. 15, 1928. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Originally at Beaver Creek Village. Moved to Hope Mills in 1897. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered May 16, 1940. Extinct. Ceased work Nov. 1, 1989. Extinct.

386*

Pigeon River

Canton

Haywood

Jan. 18, 1884

Jan. 14, 1885

387* 388*

Kedron Friendship Union

Hendersonville Mooresboro Enochsville

Henderson Cleveland Rowan

Nov. 14, 1884 Oct. 14, 1884 Dec. 25, 1884

Jan. 14, 1885 Jan. 14, 1885

389 390* 391*

Temperance Copeland Lebanon

Coxville Copeland Hope Mills

Pitt Surry Cumberland

Feb. 19, 1884 Dec. 27, 1883 Feb. 19, 1884

392 393

White Rock Tally Ho

White Rock Stem

Madison Granville

May 23, 1884 Sept. 24, 1884

Jan. 14, 1885 Jan. 14, 1885

394

Cape Fear

Little River Academy

Cumberland

Oct. 15, 1883

Jan. 14, 1885

Originally named "Cumberland Lodge". Surrendered April 16, 1934. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Name and No. changed to "Tuscarora" No. 122 in 1933. Name

395* 396

Orient Oxford

Wilmington Oxford

New Hanover Granville

Jan. 23, 1884 June 24, 1884

Jan. 14, 1885 Jan. 14, 1885

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. Name Location County Dispensation Chartered Disposition changed to "Oxford" in 1935. Extinct. Arrested 1923. Restored 1924. Active. Surrendered April 22, 1927. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 90 in 1944. Extinct. Surrendered 1891. Restored 1897. Surrendered 1898. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Arrested Nov. 20, 1930. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Originnally "Farmer Lodge" at Farmer. Surrendered 1903. Restored 1908. Name and location changed to Denton in 1926. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Arrested 1923. Restored 1924. Arrested Sept. 30, 1936. Extinct. Originally "Liberty Grove" at Bowles. Moved to North Wilkesboro in 1896. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Consolidated with No. 118 in 1898. Extinct.

397* 398 399 400 401* 402 403* 404*

Bald Creek Center Conoho Newfoundland Joppa Dobson Siler City Denton

Swiss Flint Hill Hamilton Leicester Old Fort Dobson Siler City Denton

Yancey Buncombe Martin Buncombe McDowell Surry Chatham Davidson

Sept. 4, 1885 Apr. 23, 1885 July 21, 1885 Feb. 2, 1885 Mar. 13, 1885 Sept. 5, 1885 Aug. 15, 1886 May 1, 1885

Jan. 13, 1886 Jan. 13, 1886 Jan. 13, 1886 Jan. 13, 1886 Jan. 13, 1886 Jan. 13, 1886 Jan. 12, 1887 Jan. 12, 1887

405* 406 407*

Ocean Ivy North Wilkesboro

Morehead City Paint Fork North Wilkesboro

Carteret Madison Wilkes

July 4, 1885 Jan. 6, 1886 July 16, 1887

Jan. 13, 1887 Jan. 13, 1887 Jan. 11, 1888

408* 409* 410

University Bula Asheville

Chapel Hill Burlington Asheville

Orange Alamance Buncombe

Sept. 17, 1887 Nov. 10, 1887 May 14, 1887

Jan. 11, 1888 Jan. 11, 1888 Jan. 11, 1888

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 411* Name Bailey Location Bailey County Nash Dispensation Feb. 5, 1887 Chartered Jan. 9, 1889 Disposition Originally "Rockville Lodge" at Stanhope. Consolidated with Bailey No. 633 in April, 1935. Record unbroken. Active. Originally at Dabney. Moved to Salem Cross Roads in 1936. Record unbroken. Active. Originally "Royal Lodge" at Royal. Name and location changed to Lousiburg in 1898. Changed name in 1984. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered 1895. Extinct. Name changed to "New Hope" in 1896. Moved to Miller Creek in 1914. Consolidated with No. 407 in 1931. Extinct. Arrested June 4, 1927. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Not chartered. Dissolved 1889. Extinct. Originally Potecasi No. 418 located at Potecasi. Name chaged to Pendleton No. 418 located at Pendleton on April 16, 1997 Arrested April 13, 1932. Extinct. Originally at Cross Roads. Church. Surrendered 1905. Restored 1907. Active. Arrested Sept. 22, 1934. Extinct. Surrendered July 8, 1901. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active.

412*

Henry F. Grainger

Oxford, R.F.D.

Granville

Aug. 29, 1888

Jan. 9, 1889

413*

James A. Johnson

Louisburg

Franklin

Apr. 3, 1888

Jan. 9, 1889

414 415

Wilton Oak Grove

Wilton Purlear

Granville Wilkes

May 22, 1888 Apr. 19, 1889

Jan. 9, 1889 Jan. 9, 1889

416 417*

Bellview Maxton Charleston

Cobbs Maxton Charleston

Cherokee Robeson Swain

Aug. 17, 1888 Feb. 17, 1887 Dec. 14, 1888

Jan. 9, 1889 Jan. 9, 1889

418* 419 420*

Pendleton Greenwood Harmon

Pendleton Godwin Yadkinville, R.F.D.

Northampton Cumberland Yadkin

June 28, 1889 Apr. 2, 1889 Oct. 8, 1889

Jan. 15, 1890 Jan. 15, 1890 Jan. 15, 1890

421 422 423*

Boonville Yadkin Falls Sparta

Boonville Mauneys Mill Sparta

Yadkin Stanly Alleghany

June 19, 1889 Oct. 14, 1885 Aug. 15, 1889

Jan. 15, 1890 Jan. 15, 1890 Jan. 15, 1890

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 424 Name Baltimore Hyssop 425 426* 427* 428* 429* 430 Eastern Star Montgomery Oconee Stokesdale Sea Side Rockyford Location Conrads Liberty Green Mountain Ranger Bryson City Stokesdale Swansboro Knapp's Mill County Yadkin Randolph Yancey Cherokee Swain Guilford Onslow Surry Aug. 10, 1889 Oct. 8, 1889 Aug. 14, 1890 Dispensation May 3, 1889 Mar. 14, 1889 May 9, 1889 June 28, 1889 Jan. 15, 1890 Jan. 15, 1890 Jan. 15, 1890 Jan. 16., 1890 Jan. 16, 1890 Jan. 14, 1891 Chartered Jan. 15, 1890 Disposition Arrested 1923. Restored 1923. Consolidated with No. 162 in 1938. Extinct Not chartered. Dissolved 1890. Extinct. Arrested 1922. Restored 1923. Consolidated with No. 192 in 1927. Extinct Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Arrested Mar. 14, 1938. Extinct. Not chartered. Dissolved 1893. Dispensation renewed 1896. Ceased work 1897. Extinct Jan. 14, 1891 Jan. 14, 1891 Jan. 14, 1891 Jan. 14, 1891 Jan. 14, 1891 Jan. 14, 1891 Record unbroken. Active. Originally at King's Creek. Moved in 1921. Record unbroken. Active Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered 1892. Extinct.

Union 431* 432* 433* 434* 435* 436 Relief Piney Creek Vanceboro West Bend Blue Ridge Walnut Cove

Olive Branch Benson Piney Creek Vanceboro Lewisville Highlands Walnut Cove

Union Johnston Alleghany Craven Forsyth Macon Stokes

Aug. 10, 1889 Jan. 27, 1890 July 22, 1890 Nov. 26, 1889 Mar. 27, 1890 Jan. 29, 1890 Apr. 9, 1889

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 437* Name Biscoe Location Biscoe County Montgomery Dispensation May 13, 1890 Chartered Jan. 14, 1891 Disposition Originally "Star" at Star. Moved and consolidated with "Biscoe" No. 577 in 1931. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered 1894. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered 1939. Extinct. Surrendered 1924. Extinct. Surrendered 1906. Extinct. Arrested 1931. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered 1901. Restored 1903. Surrendered Dec. 15, 1911. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered 1904. Extinct. Arrested 1923. Extinct. Arrested 1927. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 373 in 1940. Extinct.

438 439* 440 441 442 443 444* 445

Rising Sun Marble Springs Clingman Pleasant Mount Waxhaw Roper Marietta Mountain Park

Whitakers Marble Clingman Absher Waxhaw Roper Ramseur Hot Springs

Edgecombe Cherokee Wilkes Wilkes Union Washington Randolph Madison

July 22, 1890 Apr. 21, 1891 Mar. 25, 1891 July 8, 1891 Dec. 16, 1891 June 18, 1891 June 7, 1890 Aug. 25, 1891

Jan. 14, 1891 Jan. 13, 1892 Jan. 13, 1892 Jan. 13, 1892 Jan. 13, 1892 Jan. 13, 1892 Jan. 13, 1892 Jan. 13, 1892

446* 447* 448 449 450 451

Biltmore Enfield Ingold Lone Oak Polenta Ashler

Asheville Enfield Ingold Robbinsville Leachburg Stony Fork

Buncombe Halifax Sampson Graham Johnston Watauga

Mar. 17, 1891 Oct. 7, 1891 Nov. 9, 1891 Mar. 18, 1891 Jan. 13, 1892 Sept. 7. 1892

Jan. 13, 1892 Jan. 13, 1892 Jan. 13, 1892 Jan. 13, 1892 Jan. 11, 1893 Jan. 11, 1893

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 452 Name Grifton Location Grifton County Pitt Dispensation Sept. 1, 1892 Chartered Jan. 11, 1893 Disposition Consolidated with "Roundtree" No. 243 as "Grifton" No. 243 on Apr. 2, 1913. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered June 9, 1931. Extinct. Arrested Mar. 14, 1938. Extinct. Arrested June 9, 1919. Extinct. Forfeited 1896. Restored 1907. Arrested Feb. 5, 1940. Extinct. Moved from Dillsboro to Sylva in 1958. Record unbroken. Active. Originally "Henrietta Lodge" at Henrietta. Consolidated with No. 572 in 1928. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Originally at McAdenville. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Not chartered. Dissolved 1897. Extinct. Jan. 9, 1895 Consolidated with No. 388 in 1928. Extinct. Not chartered. Dissolved 1896. Extinct.

453* 454* 455 456 457 458 459* 460*

Clyde Elkin Pineville Rusk Grapevine Blowing Rock Dillsboro Cliffside

Clyde Elkin Pineville Rusk Grapevine Blowing Rock Sylva Cliffside

Haywood Surry Mecklenburg Surry Madison Watauga Jackson Rutherford

Mar. 25, 1892 Sept. 1, 1892 Dec. 8, 1892 Aug. 5, 1891 Feb. 22, 1892 Feb. 25, 1892 Sept. 7, 1892 Mar. 9, 1893

Jan. 11, 1893 Jan. 11, 1893 Jan. 11, 1893 Jan. 11, 1893 Jan. 11, 1893 Jan. 11, 1893 Jan. 11, 1893 Jan. 3, 1894

461* 462* 463*

Matthews South Fork Currituck Mill Creek

Matthews Cramerton Coinjock Mill Creek Boiling Springs Chadburn

Mecklenburg Gaston Corrituck Person Cleveland Columbus

Sept. 30, 1893 Oct. 31, 1892 1894 1895 1893 1894

Jan. 3, 1894 Jan. 3, 1894 Jan. 9, 1895

464

Boiling Springs Columbus

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 465 466 467 468 469 Name Gulf King Hiram Healing Springs Millingport Sanford Location Gulf Edonia Crumpler Millingport Sanford County Chatham Cumberland Ashe Stanly Lee Dispensation 1894 Dec. 29, 1891 Sept. 5, 1892 1894 1894 Chartered Jan. 9, 1895 Jan. 9, 1895 Jan. 9, 1895 Jan. 9, 1895 Jan. 9. 1895 Disposition Consolidated with "Goldston" No. 649 in 1927. Consolidated with "Sanford" No. 151 in 1941. Extinct. Surrendered Aug. 5, 1927. Extinct. Name changed to "Crumpler" in 1918. Arrested March 15, 1938. Extinct. Surrendered 1906. Extinct. Consolidated with "Chalmers" No. 151 as "Sanford" No. 151 in 1924. Extinct. Arrested Nov. 27, 1931. Extinct. Arrested 1930. Restored 1930. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Arrested Dec. 31, 1932. Extinct. Arrested Sept. 29, 1913. Extinct. Arrested April 8, 1933. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered Feb. 4, 1938. Extinct.

470 471* 472* 473* 474* 475* 476 477 478 479* 480

Scotland Neck Grassy Knob Sonoma Lexington St. Pauls Grimesland Big Lick Eagle Springs Four Oaks Rainbow Mill Creek

Scotland Neck Union Grove Canton, R.F.D. Lexington St. Pauls Grimesland Big Lick Eagle Springs Four Oaks Arapahoe Harpers

Halifax Iredell Haywood Davidson Robeson Pitt Stanly Moore Johnston Pamlico Johnston

Feb. 15, 1895 1894 Feb. 23, 1895 Dec. 6, 1895 Mar. 6, 1893 Aug. 2, 1895 Jan. 9, 1895 July 1, 1895 Dec. 5, 1893 May 8, 1895 1894

Jan. 15, 1896 Jan. 15, 1896 Jan. 15, 1896 Jan. 15, 1896 Jan. 15, 1896 Jan. 15, 1896 Jan. 15, 1896 Jan. 15, 1896 Jan. 15, 1896 Jan. 15, 1896 Jan. 15, 1896

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 481 482* 483* 484* Name Spring Hope Saluda Traphill Southern Pines Location Spring Hope Saluda Traphill Southern Pines County Nash Polk Wilkes Moore Dispensation 1894 Mar. 6, 1896 Aug. 10, 1896 Apr. 3, 1896 Chartered Jan. 15, 1896 Jan. 13, 1897 Jan. 13, 1897 Jan. 13, 1897 Disposition Arrested April 14, 1943. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered 1904. Restored 1908. Active. Originally "Aberdeen" at Aberdeen. Name and location changed in 1904. Record unbroken. Active. Arrested Nov. 20, 1930. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Given No. 27 in 1937. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Originally at Montezuma. Surrendered 1904. Restored 1905. Moved to Newland in 1936. Active. Arrested Dec. 12, 1928. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Not chartered. Dissolved 1900. Extinct. Jan. 12, 1898 Jan. 12, 1898 Record unbroken. Active. Changed to "Caswell Brotherhood" No. 11 April 17, 1935. Extinct.

485 486* 487 488* 489*

Brasstown Lawndale Statesville Rich Square Linville

Brasstown Lawndale Statesville Rich Square Newland

Clay Cleveland Iredell Northampton Avery

Nov. 14, 1896 May 26, 1896 Apr. 16, 1896 July 23, 1896 July 28, 1896

Jan. 13, 1897 Jan. 13, 1897 Jan. 13, 1897 Jan. 13, 1897 Jan. 12, 1898

490 491* 492*

Buggaboo Hominy Thomas M. Holt Lucia

Dimette Candler Graham Lucia Pilot Mountain Yanceyville

Wilkes Buncombe Alamance Gaston Surry Caswell

Feb. 10, 1897 Mar. 20, 1897 Apr. 30, 1897 May 29, 1897 Aug. 14, 1897 Dec. 23, 1897

Jan. 12, 1898 Jan. 12, 1898 Jan. 12, 1898

493* 494

Pilot John A. Graves

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 495* 496* 497* 498* 499* 500* 501* 502* 503 504 505* 506 507 508 509* 510 Name Rockingham Mooresville Royal Hart Ayden Creedmoor Raleigh Red Springs Cookville Buie's Creek Luke McGlaughan Cherryville Unaka Roberdell Lattimore Belhaven Caroleen Location Rockingham Mooresville Littleton Ayden Creedmoor Raleigh Red Springs Henry Poe Ahoskie Cherryville Unaka Roberdell Lattimore Belhaven Caroleen County Richmond Iredell Warren Pitt Granville Wake Robeson Catawba Harnett Hertford Gaston Cherokee Richmond Cleveland Beaufort Rutherford Dec. 26, 1899 Mar. 2, 1899 June 1, 1899 Apr. 21, 1898 Jan. 19, 1900 Aug. 8, 1900 Apr. 17, 1900 July 10, 1900 May 31, 1901 Aug. 7, 1901 Feb. 23, 1901 Dispensation Sept. 22, 1897 July 20, 1897 Oct. 16, 1897 Apr. 5, 1898 Chartered Jan. 12, 1898 Jan. 12, 1898 Jan. 11, 1899 Jan. 11, 1899 Jan, 11, 1899 Jan. 10, 1900 Jan. 10, 1900 Jan. 10, 1900 Jan. 9, 1901 Jan. 9, 1901 Jan. 9, 1901 Jan. 9, 1901 Jan. 15, 1902 Jan. 15, 1902 Jan.15, 1902 Jan. 15, 1902 Disposition Record unbroken. Active. Arrested 1920. Restored 1921. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Ceased work (Fire) 1916. Restored 1918. Arrested July 17, 1924. Extinct. Arrested Oct. 7, 1943. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Consolidated with "Montgomery" No. 426 in 1963. Extinct. Arrested Feb. 4, 1933. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 388 in 1937. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Arrested March 4, 1933. Extinct.

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 511 512 513 514 515* 516 Name Barnardsville Lone Hickory Sylva Scotland Whetstone Aulander Location Barnardsville Footville Sylva Gibson Bessemer City Aulander County Buncombe Yadkin Jackson Scotland Gaston Bertie Dispensation Jan. 23, 1901 Mar. 18, 1901 Sept. 3, 1901 May 12, 1900 Jan. 7, 1901 Aug. 10, 1901 Chartered Jan. 15, 1902 Jan. 15, 1902 Jan. 15, 1902 Jan. 15, 1902 Jan. 15, 1902 Jan. 15, 1902 Disposition Arrested March. 21, 1933. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 162 in 1925. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 268 in 1926. Extinct. Arrested Dec. 14, 1931. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Consolidated with "Davie" No. 39, Lewiston in 1993 and relocated at Ahoskie. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Arrested May 30, 1919. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Originally at Wanchese. Consolidated with No. 682 and moved in 1961. Record unbroken. Active. Arrested Jan. 19, 1935. Extinct. Arrested Feb. 13, 1934. Extinct. Not chartered. Dissolved 1906. Extinct. Jan. 13, 1904 Consolidated with Potecasi Lodge No. 418, Jan. 1, 1997. Extinct

517* 518 519* 520* 521*

Farmville Shoal Creek Widow's Son Fairfield Manteo

Farmville Postell Roanoake Rapids Fairfield Manteo

Pitt Cherokee Halifax Hyde Dare

Aug. 16, 1901 Feb. 24, 1902 Sept. 17, 1902 Sept. 20, 1902 Nov. 12, 1902

Jan. 15, 1902 Jan. 14, 1903 Jan. 14, 1903 Jan. 14, 1903 Jan. 14, 1903

522 523

Warsaw Winterville Shiloh

Warsaw Winterville Stovall Pendleton

Duplin Pitt Granville Northampton

Aug. 12, 1903 July 16, 1903 July 16, 1903 Mar. 9, 1903

Jan. 13, 1904 Jan. 13, 1904

524*

Pendleton

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 525* 526 527* 528* Name Rogers Buncombe Lucama Fairmont Location Middlesex Plymouth Lucama Fairmont County Nash Washington Wilson Robeson Dispensation Jan. 19, 1903 Aug. 12, 1903 May 18, 1903 May 1, 1903 Chartered Jan. 13, 1904 Jan.13, 1904 Jan. 13, 1904 Jan. 13, 1904 Disposition Record unbroken. Active. Changed to Perseverance No. 59 in 1912. Extinct. Record unbroken.. Active. Originally "Ashpole Lodge". Name changed 1916. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Originally at Dilworth. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered June 24, 1927. Extinct. Not chartered. Dispensation revoked 1906. Extinct. Jan. 11, 1905 Jan. 11, 1905 Jan. 10, 1906 Jan. 10, 1906 Jan. 10, 1906 Jan. 10, 1906 Jan. 10, 1906 Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered May 8, 1933. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Arrested Dec. 10, 1923. Extinct. Surrendered May 5, 1926. Extinct. Consolidated with "Mecklenburg" No. 176 in 1993. Name changed to Williams" in 1994. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 494 in 1924. Extinct.

529* 530* 531

Andrews Joppa Ellenboro Biscoe

Andrews Charlotte Ellenboro Biscoe Hamlet Fairview Shelby, R.F.D. Hollis Boardman Shelby, R.F.D. Cornelius

Cherokee Mecklenburg Rutherford Montgomery Richmond Buncombe Cleveland Rutherford Columbus Cleveland Mecklenburg

July 16, 1904 Mar. 17, 1904 Jan. 15, 1904 May 19, 1904 Dec. 22, 1904 Oct. 26, 1903 Mar.2, 1904 Mar. 28, 1905 Nov. 7, 1904 Jan. 23, 1905 Dec. 7, 1904

Jan. 11, 1905 Jan. 11, 1905 Jan. 11, 1905

532* 533 534* 535* 536 537 538

Hamlet Ottolay Camp Call Hollis Boardman Sharon Williams

539

Caswell

Tony

Caswell

Dec. 30, 1905

Jan. 10, 1906

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 540 541 542* 543* 544* 545 546 547 548 549 550* 551* 552* 553 554* 555* Name State Road Parkton Corinthian Spencer Mount Holly Shelmerdine Carolina Maysville Bee Log Elon Roman Eagle Glenville Revolution Zephyr Vesper Elise Location State Road Parkton Greensboro Spencer Mount Holly Shelmerdine Liberty Maysville Bee Log Elon College Aberdeen Glenville Greensboro Rusk, Rt. 1 Spruce Pine Robbins County Surry Robeson Guilford Rowan Gaston Pitt Randolph Jones Yancy Alamance Moore Jackson Guilford Surry Mitchell Moore Dispensation July 27, 1905 Sept. 23, 1905 May 17, 1905 Oct. 16, 1905 July 1, 1905 June 21, 1905 Sept. 1, 1906 Oct. 30, 1906 Apr. 8, 1905 Sept. 7, 1906 June 13, 1905 Sept. 24, 1906 July 4, 1906 Feb. 15, 1906 Nov. 10, 1905 Mar. 8, 1906 Chartered Jan. 10, 1906 Jan. 10, 1906 Jan. 10, 1906 Jan. 10, 1906 Jan. 10, 1906 Jan. 10, 1906 Jan. 9, 1907 Jan. 9, 1907 Jan. 9, 1907 Jan. 9, 1907 Jan. 9, 1907 Jan. 9, 1907 Jan. 9, 1907 Jan. 9, 1907 Jan. 9, 1907 Jan. 15, 1908 Disposition Arrested Aug. 25, 1934. Extinct. Arrested Mar. 27, 1941. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered May 29, 1927. Extinct. Arrested Dec. 15, 1932. Extinct. Arrested Feb. 10, 1933. Extinct. Arrested 1919. Restored 1920. Arrested Mar. 15, 1929. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 409 in 1941. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Arrested March 27, 1933. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Originally at Hemp. Record unbroken. Active.

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 556* 557 558* 559 560 561* 562* 563* 564* 565* 566 567 568* 569 Name Neil S. Stewart Oak Grove Ararat Grassy Branch Sulphur Springs Swannanoa Waxhaw Tabor Richlands Wendell Ronda Wentworth Doric Mount Pleasant Orange Location Erwin Cycle Ararat Tyrrell Mulberry Swannanoa Waxhaw Tabor City Richlands Wendell Ronda Wentworth New Bern Bailey, R.F.D. Orange Grove Academy Roaring River County Harnett Yadkin Surry Catawba Wilkes Buncombe Union Columbus Onslow Wake Wilkes Rockingham Craven Nash Orange Dispensation Sept. 3, 1906 Feb. 9, 1907 Aug. 28, 1907 Oct. 16, 1906 June 27, 1907 Aug. 28, 1907 Dec. 22, 1908 Sept. 15, 1908 Apr. 4, 1908 July 2, 1908 Aug. 1, 1908 Mar. 21, 1908 Aug. 16, 1909 Jan. 14, 1909 Apr. 16, 1908 Chartered Jan. 15, 1908 Jan. 15, 1908 Jan. 15, 1908 Jan. 15, 1908 Jan. 15, 1908 Jan. 15, 1908 Jan. 13, 1909 Jan. 13, 1909 Jan. 13, 1909 Jan. 13, 1909 Jan. 13, 1909 Jan. 13, 1909 Jan. 12, 1910 Jan. 12, 1910 Disposition Originally at Duke. Record unbroken. Active. Arrested Sept. 15, 1936. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered Aug. 9, 1924. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 407 on May 22, 1942. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered Dec. 15, 1942. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 384 in 1931. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Consolidated with "Bailey" No. 411 on May 1, 1992. Extinct. Not chartered. Dispensation revoked 1910. Extinct.

570

Roaring River

Wilkes

Aug. 18, 1909

Jan. 12, 1910

Surrendered Jun., 1925. Extinct.

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 571* 572 573* 574 575 576* Name Snow Creek Cliffside Mount Pleasant Bynum St. Timothy Andrew Jackson Columbia 577 578* 579* 580 581 582 583* 584* 585* Biscoe Meadow Branch Casar Summit Macclesfield Lilesville Ionic Apex Roseboro Location Statesville, R.F.D. Cliffside Champion Bynum Marshville, R.F.D. Salisbury Columbia Biscoe Wingate Casar Summit Macclesfield Lilesville Cove City Apex Roseboro County Iredell Rutherford Wilkes Chatham Union Rowan Tyrrell Montgomery Union Cleveland Wilkes Edgecombe Anson Craven Wake Sampson Dispensation Mar. 18, 1909 Dec. 6, 1909 May 17, 1909 Mar. 15, 1909 May 22, 1909 Dec. 8, 1909 July 27, 1909 Aug. 24, 1909 Oct. 14, 1909 Sept. 29, 1908 Aug. 24, 1909 Dec. 24, 1909 Feb. 20, 1909 Nov. 15, 1909 June 1, 1909 Aug. 13, 1909 Jan. 12, 1910 Jan. 12, 1910 Jan. 12, 1910 Jan. 12, 1910 Jan. 12, 1910 Jan. 12, 1910 Jan. 12, 1910 Jan. 12, 1910 Jan. 12, 1910 Chartered Jan. 12, 1910 Jan. 12, 1910 Jan. 12, 1910 Jan. 12, 1910 Jan. 12, 1910 Jan. 12, 1910 Disposition Originally at Clio. Record unbroken. Active. Consolidated with No. 460 in 1928. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered Dec. 8, 1920. Extinct. Arrested Jan. 8, 1929. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Not chartered. Dispensation revoked in 1914. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 437 in 1931. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Arrested Mar. 28, 1933. Extinct. Arrested Jan. 18, 1934. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 64 in 1930. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active.

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 586 587 588 589* 590* Name Alexander Turner David Bell Evening Star Bethel Lowell Bladen 591 592* 593* 594* Colerain Maiden Stony Point Ashe Location Cameron Whitakers Bunn Bethel Lowell Elizabethtown Colerain Maiden Stony Point West Jefferson County Moore Edgecombe Franklin Pitt Gaston Bladen Bertie Catawba Alexander Ashe Dispensation Oct. 27, 1909 June 4, 1909 Apr. 22, 1910 July 22, 1910 Mar. 25, 1910 Mar. 21, 1910 Oct. 21, 1910 Aug. 25, 1910 May 26, 1910 July 21, 1910 Jan. 11, 1911 Jan. 11, 1911 Jan. 11, 1911 Jan. 11, 1911 Chartered Jan. 12, 1910 Jan. 12, 1910 Jan. 11, 1911 Jan. 11, 1911 Jan. 11, 1911 Disposition Surrendered Mar. 8, 1912. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 447 in 1929. Extinct. Arrested Apr. 1, 1933. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Not chartered. Dispensation revoked 1914. Extinct. Changed to No. 171 in 1913. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Originally "Helton" at Sturgills. Arrested 1919. Restored 1919. Became Ashe" No. 594 in 1944. Moved to West Jefferson in 1952. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Consolidated with No. 64 in 1926. Extinct. Moved from Cranberry in 1936. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered Dec. 1, 1937. Extinct.

595* 596* 597 598* 599

Wallace Waccamaw Gulledge Memorial Cranberry Roaring Gap

Wallace Bolton Deep Creek Elk Park Roaring Gap

Duplin Columbus Anson Avery Wilkes

May 24, 1910 June 7, 1911 July 18, 1911 Dec. 22, 1911 Jan. 14, 1911

Jan. 11, 1911 Jan. 10, 1912 Jan. 10, 1912 Jan. 10, 1912 Jan. 10, 1912

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 600 601 Name Rockwell Minneapolis Oval 602* 603 604 Queen City Laurel Branch Vaughan Dothan 605* Jeff L. Nelson Location Ruffin Minneapolis Oval Rocky Mount Lauerl Branch Vaughan Dothan Tryon County Rockingham Avery Ashe Nash Alleghany Warren Columbus Polk Dispensation Jan. 12, 1911 Sept. 3, 1912 Aug. 20, 1912 Dec. 23, 1912 July 11, 1912 Apr. 21, 1913 Mar. 17, 1913 June 2, 1913 Jan. 14, 1914 Jan. 16, 1913 Jan. 16, 1913 Jan. 14, 1914 Chartered Jan. 10, 1912 Jan. 16, 1913 Disposition Arrested Mar. 28, 1933. Extinct. Arrested Dec. 10, 1923. Extinct. Not chartered. Dissolved 1914. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Consolidated with No. 423 in 1927. Extinct. Surrendered Aug. 14, 1928. Extinct. Not chartered. Dispensation revoked 1914. Extinct. Originally "Skyuka Lodge". Name changed in 1937. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered Mar. 26, 1927. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered May 2, 1931. Extinct. Arrested May 31, 1924. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active.

606* 607* 608 609* 610 611 612* 613*

Riverside Chadbourn Grand View Zebulon Glendon South River Atkinson Home

Catwaba Chadbourn Grand View Zebulon Glendon Autryville Atkinson Fremont

Catawba Columbus Cherokee Wake Moore Sampson Pender Wayne

Feb. 5, 1913 Mar. 3, 1913 Dec. 1, 1913 Mar. 3, 1913 Sept. 4, 1913 Dec. 29, 1913 June 13, 1914 Apr. 10, 1914

Jan. 14, 1914 Jan. 14, 1914 Jan. 14, 1914 Jan. 14, 1914 Jan. 14, 1914 Jan. 14, 1914 Jan. 20, 1915 Jan. 20, 1915

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 614 Name Fuquay Location Fuquay Springs County Wake Dispensation Jan. 28, 1914 Chartered Jan. 20, 1915 Disposition Consolidated with "Harnett" No. 258 as "Fuquay" No. 258 in 1925. Extinct. Arrested Mar. 15, 1934. Extinct. Originally at Round Peak. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Name changed from "Midland" in 1925. Record unbroken. Active. Consolidated with No. 85 in 1930. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 165 in 1929. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 285 in 1928. Extinct. Arrested Dec. 7, 1932. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 483 in 1934. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Consolidated with No. 113 in 1925. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Consolidated with No. 257 in 1929. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active.

615 616* 617* 618* 619 620 621 622 623 624* 625 626* 627* 628 629*

Sunrise Round Peak St. Patrick's Union Castilia Little River Bonlee Coats Mount Pisgah John H. Mills Woodsdale Cannon Memorial Belmont Perfection Walnut Cove

Sunrise School House Mt. Airy, R.F.D. Princeton Midland Castilia Atkinson's Mill Bonlee Coats Dockery Epsom Woodsdale Kannapolis Belmont Kenly Walnut Cove

Wake Surry Johnston Cabarrus Nash Johnston Chatham Harnett Wilkes Franklin Person Cabarrus Gaston Johnston Stokes

Aug. 27, 1914 Oct. 26, 1914 Aug. 14, 1914 Dec. 3, 1914 Mar. 27, 1914 Nov. 19, 1914 May 1, 1914 May 8, 1914 Feb. 17, 1914 June 18, 1914 Feb. 22, 1915 Aug. 23, 1915 July 13, 1915 June 3, 1915 Dec. 13, 1915

Jan. 20, 1915 Jan. 20, 1915 Jan. 20, 1915 Jan. 20, 1915 Jan. 20, 1915 Jan. 20, 1915 Jan. 20, 1915 Jan. 20, 1915 Jan. 20, 1915 Jan. 20, 1915 Jan. 19, 1916 Jan. 19, 1916 Jan. 19, 1916 Jan. 19, 1916 Jan. 19, 1916

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 630* 631 632 633 634* 635 636 Name Francis S. Packard Seven Springs Unionville Bailey Goldsboro Hollister Mill Springs Army Lodge A Location Norlina Seven Springs Unionville Bailey Goldsboro Hollister Mill Springs Greenville (Camp Sevier) Badin Aurora Kenansville West Jefferson Ellerbe Pink Hill Proctorville Postell County Warrwn Wayne Union Nash Wayne Halifax Polk South Carolina Dispensation Dec. 18, 1916 Mar. 16, 1916 Jan. 24, 1916 Mar. 2, 1916 Mar. 21, 1917 Mar. 15, 1917 Aug. 3, 1917 Jan. 4, 1918 Chartered Jan. 17, 1917 Jan. 17, 1917 Jan. 17, 1917 Jan. 17, 1917 Jan. 16, 1918 Jan. 16, 1918 Jan. 16, 1918 Jan. 16, 1918 Disposition Name changed from "Norlina" in 1933. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered Apr. 17, 1923. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 618 in 1923. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 411 in 1935. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Arrested Sept. 24, 1919. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 605 in 1937. Extinct. Surrendered 1919. (See History Army A in 1918 Proceedings.) Extinct.

637* 638 639 640 641 642 643* 644

Yadkin Falls Richland Warren Ashe Ellerbe Victory Proctorville Shoal Creek

Stanly Beaufort Duplin Ashe Richmond Lenoir Roberson Cherokee

Sept. 17, 1918 Feb. 26, 1918 Dec. 26, 1918 July 30, 1918 Oct. 8, 1917 Aug. 23, 1919 Apr. 19, 1919 Oct. 4, 1919

Jan. 22, 1919 Jan. 22, 1919 Jan. 22, 1919 Jan. 22, 1919 Jan. 21, 1920 Jan. 21, 1920 Jan. 21, 1920 Jan. 21, 1920

Record unbroken. Active. Consolidated with No. 300 in 1942. Extinct. Changed to No. 101 in 1932. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 271 in 1926. Extinct. Surrendered May 6, 1929. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 101 in 1933. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Consolidated with No. 426 in 1929. Extinct. (See also No. 518).

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 645 646* 647 648 649 650* 651 Name Lewiston Bladen Pensacola Plumtree Goldston John A. Nichols Harmony Cameron 652 653 Black River John C. Britton Fleetwood 655 656* 657* 658* 659 Banner Elk Guilford Keller Memorial Beulaville Paw Creek Location Lewiston Elizabethtown Pensacola Plumtree Goldston Ashville Harmony Cameron Angier Powellsville Fleetwood Banner Elk Greensboro Rockwell Beulaville Paw Creek County Bertie Bladen Yancey Avery Chatham Buncombe Iredell Moore Harnett Bertie Ashe Avery Guilford Rowan Duplin Mecklenburg Dispensation Sept. 13, 1919 Nov. 29, 1919 Apr. 1, 1920 June 2, 1921 May 5, 1921 Aug. 29, 1921 Aug. 23, 1921 June 28, 1921 Feb. 1, 1922 Feb. 23, 1922 Feb. 25, 1922 Apr. 10, 1922 Apr. 25, 1922 July 22, 1922 Oct. 17, 1922 Mar. 3, 1923 Jan. 17, 1923 Jan. 17, 1923 Jan. 17, 1923 Jan. 17, 1923 Jan. 16, 1924 Jan. 17, 1923 Jan. 17, 1923 Chartered Jan. 21, 1920 Jan. 19, 1921 Jan. 19, 1921 Jan. 18, 1922 Jan. 18, 1922 Jan. 18, 1922 Jan. 18, 1922 Disposition Consolidated with No. 39 in 1930. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Arrested June 7, 1927. Extinct. Surrendered Apr. 8, 1933. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 465 in 1927. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Consolidated with No. 299 in 1942. Extinct. Not chartered. Dispensation revoked 1922. Extinct. Arrested Mar. 19, 1938. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 504 in 1930. Extinct. Not chartered. Dispensation revoked 1923. Extinct. Arrested June 2, 1928. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Surrendered Dec. 31, 1929. Extinct.

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 660 661 662 663* 664* 665* 666 Name Bladenboro Meadow Aurora Black Mountain Garland West Asheville N.C. Lodge of Research Fort Bragg Holland Memorial Kernersville Lovelady Ashe Robbinsville Spindale Acacia Washington Location Bladenboro Draper Aurora Black Mountain Garland Asheville Monroe County Bladen Rockingham Beaufort Buncombe Sampson Buncombe Union Dispensation July 17, 1923 Apr. 7, 1905 Apr. 7, 1905 Apr. 7, 1905 June 27, 1925 Oct. 20, 1926 Nov. 7, 1930 Chartered Jan. 16, 1924 Jan. 21, 1925 Jan. 21, 1925 Jan. 21, 1925 Jan. 21, 1926 Jan. 19, 1927 Jan. 21, 1931 Disposition Consolidated with No. 114 in 1932. Extinct. Consolidated with No. 136 in 1926. Extinct. Changed to No. 300 in 1927. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Arrested Dec. 31, 1954. Extinct.

667* 668* 669* 670* 671 672* 673* 674* 675*

Fort Bragg Gastonia Kernersville Valdese West Jefferson Robbinsville Spindale High Point Washington

Cumberland Gaston Forsyth Burke Ashe Graham Rutherford Guilford Beaufort

Jan. 23, 1930 July 7, 1930 Oct. 10, 1931 Oct. 17, 1932 Mar. 16, 1933 Jan. 14, 1938 Apr. 29, 1938 Mar. 4, 1941 Oct. 2, 1944

Jan. 21, 1931 Jan. 21. 1931 Jan. 20, 1932 Apr. 19, 1933 Apr. 18, 1934 Apr. 20, 1938 Apr. 19, 1939 Apr. 16, 1941 Nov. 7, 1945

Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Consolidated with No. 594 in 1944. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active.

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 676* 677* 678* 679* 680* 681* 682 683* 684 685* 686* 687* 688* 689* 690* 691* Name Temple Warsaw Providence Creasy Proctor Semper Fidelis Piedmont Manteo Rolesville Ahoskie Pioneer Angier Fellowship Cherry Point Scotland Neck Mount Moriah Renfro Location Charlotte Warsaw Columbia Fayetteville Jacksonville High Point Manteo Rolesville Ahoskie Winston-Salem Angier Durham Havelock Scotland Neck Statesville Mount Airy County Mecklenburg Duplin Tyrrell Cumberland Onslow Guilford Dare Wake Hertford Forsyth Harnett Durham Craven Halifax Iredell Surry Dispensation Feb. 16, 1946 Feb. 27, 1946 June 21, 1946 July 30, 1946 Dec. 21, 1946 Feb. 28, 1947 Aug. 8, 1947 Dec. 24, 1948 Dec. 24, 1948 Dec. 30, 1948 Aug. 18, 1949 Dec. 9, 1949 Dec. 28, 1949 Oct. 26, 1950 Nov. 2, 1950 Dec. 18, 1950 Chartered Apr. 17, 1946 Apr. 17, 1946 Apr. 16, 1947 Apr. 16, 1947 Apr. 16, 1947 Apr. 16, 1947 Apr. 21, 1948 May 4, 1949 May 4, 1949 May 4, 1949 Apr. 19, 1950 Apr. 19, 1950 Apr. 19, 1950 Apr. 18, 1951 Apr. 18, 1951 Apr. 18, 1951 Disposition Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Moved from Midway Park in 1955. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Consolidated with No. 521 in 1961. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Consolidated with "Davie" No. 39 in Lewiston on Jan. 1, 1993. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active.

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 692* 693* 694* 695* 696* 697* 698* 699* 700* 701* 702* 703* 704* 705* 706* 707* Name East Gate Charles M. Setzer Gate City Allen-Graham Memorial Butner Cape Hattreas Asheboro Friendship Garner Saint Andrew Albemarle King Solomon Richard Caswell Newport Forsyth Location Charlotte Charlotte Greensboro Kannapolis Lexington Butner Buxton Asheboro Charlotte Garner Charlotte Albemarle Gastonia Kinston Newport Winston-Salem County Mecklenburg Mecklenburg Guilford Cabarrus Davidson Granville Dare Randolph Mecklenburg Wake Mecklenburg Stanly Gaston Lenoir Carteret Forsyth Dispensation May 23, 1951 June 27, 1951 Oct. 23, 1951 Nov. 1, 1951 Dec. 7, 1951 Dec. 30, 1953 Dec. 31, 1953 Dec. 29, 1953 19926 Nov. 22, 1954 Dec. 30, 1954 Nov. 29, 1955 Dec. 21, 1955 Dec. 29, 1955 Dec. 28, 1955 Sept. 22, 1956 Chartered Apr. 16, 1952 Apr. 16, 1952 Apr. 16, 1952 Apr. 16. 1952 Apr. 16, 1952 Apr. 21, 1954 Apr. 21, 1954 Apr. 21, 1954 Apr. 21, 1955 Apr. 21, 1955 Apr. 21, 1955 Apr. 18, 1956 Apr. 18, 1956 Apr. 18, 1956 Apr. 18, 1956 Apr. 17, 1957 Disposition Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Consolidated with Charles M. Setzer No. 693, January 1, 1991 Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active.

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 708* 709* 710* 711* 712* 713* 714* 715* 716* 717* 718* 719* 720* 721* 722* 723* Name Crown Point Conover Advance Piedmont Wilson Stanley Liberty Derita Hiram Burnsville Troy Horse Creek Cabarrus Burlington King Winton Location Greenville Conover Advance Winston-Salem Wilson Stanley Liberty Charlotte High Point Burnsville Troy Columbus Concord Burlington King Winton County Pitt Catawba Davie Forsyth Wilson Gaston Randolph Mecklenburg Guilford Yancy Montgomery Polk Cabarrus Alamance Stokes Hertford Dispensation Oct. 13, 1956 Nov. 6, 1956 May 11, 1957 May 14, 1957 Sept. 30, 1957 Nov. 2, 1957 Dec. 31, 1957 Dec. 30, 1957 Dec. 2, 1958 Dec. 13, 1958 June 10, 1959 Aug. 13, 1959 Sept. 15, 1960 Nov. 26, 1960 Dec. 17, 1960 July 25, 1961 Chartered Apr. 17, 1957 Apr. 17, 1957 Apr. 17, 1958 Apr. 17, 1958 Apr. 17, 1958 Apr. 17, 1958 Apr. 17, 1958 Apr. 17, 1958 Apr. 22, 1959 Apr. 22, 1959 Apr. 20, 1960 Apr. 20, 1960 Apr. 19, 1961 Apr. 19, 1961 Apr. 19, 1961 Apr. 18, 1962 Disposition Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Name changed from "McLurd" in 1974. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active.

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 724* 725* 726* 727* 728* 729* 730* 731* 732* 733* 734* 735* 736* 737* 738* 739* Name Berne Grantham Keystone Shallotte Meridian Twin County Stedman John H. Anderson Bush Hill Stump Sound William Pitt James B. Green New River Steele Creek West Gate Newell Location New Bern New Bern Charlotte Shallotte Charlotte Rocky Mount Stedman Fayetteville Archdale Sneads Ferry Greenville Raleigh Jacksonville Charlotte, R.F.D. Charlotte Newell County Craven Craven Mecklenburg Brunswick Mecklenburg Edgecombe Cumberland Cumberland Randolph Onslow Pitt Wake Onslow Mecklenburg Mecklenburg Mecklenburg Dispensation Aug. 29, 1961 Aug. 29, 1961 Sept. 12, 1961 Oct. 14, 1961 Sept. 27, 1962 July 22, 1963 Sept. 16, 1963 Sept. 16, 1963 Nov. 29, 1963 May 8, 1964 Dec. 16, 1964 Oct. 11, 1965 Dec. 16, 1965 Dec. 17, 1965 May 16, 1967 May 17, 1967 Chartered Apr. 18, 1962 Apr. 18, 1962 Apr. 18, 1962 Apr. 18, 1962 Apr. 17, 1963 Apr. 22, 1964 Apr. 22, 1964 Apr. 22, 1964 Apr. 22, 1964 Apr. 21, 1965 Apr. 21, 1965 Apr. 20, 1966 Apr. 20, 1966 Apr. 20, 1966 Apr. 17, 1968 Apr. 17, 1968 Disposition Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Consolidated with Phalanx No. 31 on Jan 1, 1990. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active.

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 740* 741* 742* 743* 744* 745* 746* 747* 748 749* 750* 751* 752* 753* 754* 755* Name Charles B. Newcomb Crissie Wright Mint Hill J. J. Crowder Shelby Vandora P. P. Turner Ocracoke South Gate Truth Oak Grove Old Town Enterprise Federal Point Masters Clemmons Location Raleigh, Rt. 4 Smyrna Mint Hill Millbrook (Raleigh) Shelby Garner Greensboro Okracoke Kannapolis Monroe Durham, R.F.D. Old Town Arcadia Carolina Beach Raleigh Clemmons County Wake Carteret Mecklenburg Wake Cleveland Wake Guilford Hyde Cabarrus Union Durham Forsyth Davidson New Hanover Wake Forsyth Dispensation Dec. 8, 1967 Sept. 27, 1968 Oct. 4, 1968 Oct. 10, 1968 May 30, 1969 Aug. 4, 1969 Sept. 26, 1969 Dec. 19, 1970 Nov. 23, 1971 Apr. 24, 1973 Sept. 10, 1973 Nov. 20, 1973 Aug. 20, 1974 June 28, 1976 Nov. 17, 1977 Nov. 3, 1978 Chartered Apr. 17, 1968 Apr. 16, 1969 Apr. 16, 1969 Apr. 16, 1969 Apr. 22, 1970 Apr. 22, 1970 Apr. 22, 1970 Apr. 21, 1971 Apr. 19, 1972 Apr. 17, 1974 Apr. 17, 1974 Apr. 17, 1974 Apr. 30, 1975 Apr. 20, 1977 Apr. 19, 1978 Apr. 18, 1979 Disposition Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Consolidated with No. 695 on Jan 1, 1990. Extinct. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active.

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HISTORICAL TABLE OF LODGES WHICH FOUNDED THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXTINCT LODGES, AND LODGES CREATED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1787.
No. 756* 757* 758* 759* Name Clifford Duell Denver Oak Island James K. Polk Location Fayetteville Denver Long Beach Pineville County Cumberland Lincoln Brunswick Mecklenburg Dispensation Oct. 31, 1979 May 26, 1980 Nov. 19, 1981 May 13, 1982 Chartered Apr. 16, 1980 Apr. 22, 1981 Apr. 14, 1982 Apr. 30, 1983 Disposition Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active. Record unbroken. Active.

* Denotes active North Carolina Lodge. # Denotes Lodge active in another state.

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