Plaque

Islington Lodge

Erection date: 26/2/1927

Inscription

I.O.O.F.M.U.
Loyal Pride of Islington Lodge, No. 3994
This stone was laid by Brother Joseph Johnson P.P.G.M. on 26th February 1927

M. K. Matthews F.S.I. - Architect
Dove Bros. Ltd. - Builders

Not a branch of the Freemasons, as the terminology might suggest, but a branch of The Oddfellows and at their website we learn that the local branch still holds regular meetings here.

Site: Islington Lodge (1 memorial)

N5, Ronalds Road, 70, Highbury Crescent Rooms

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Islington Lodge

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Oddfellows

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Joseph Johnson

Brother of the Oddfellows in 1927.

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Islington Lodge

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Dove Bros. Ltd

Builders. Founded in Studd Street, Islington by William Spencer Dove (1793-18...

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