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Queensman Lodge

No. 2694

on the Registers of the United Grand Lodge of England and the Metropolitan Grand Lodge of London

 

Background 

The Queens Regiment was formed in December 1966 when the County Regiments of Surrey, Kent,  Sussex and Middlesex came together to form one large Regiment consisting of 4 Regular Battalions and 3 TA Battalions. In 1992 along with the Royal Hampshire Regiment the 3 remaining Regular and TA Battalions merged to form the Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment (PWRR).

In 2011 a collection of Masons who were Ex Queensman or Masons that had served in its forebear Regiments or within the Regimental family came together to form a Queensman Lodge. This came about by mutual consent with Justinian Lodge 2694 which at that time were close to handing in their Warrant due to a decline in their membership.

On the 26th May 2012 Justinian Lodge formally became Queensman Lodge 2694 and the Lodge crest at that time reverted to the Badge of the Queen’s Regiment.

 


Queen's Re-Scaleable
The Badge bears the motto Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense (Shame on him who thinks ill of it) The Regimental motto is “UNCONQUERED I SERVE”

 



The Lodge meets in Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, London on the fourth Saturday in March, 1st Saturday in June (installation), 2nd Saturday in September and 1st Saturday in December.