Masonic Battlefield Research

In 2006 a rare and battered copy of the Masonic Roll of Honour 1921 appeared on E-Bay. It was the first record of Freemasons who lost their lives in the Great War and were members of Masonic lodges within the United Grand Lodge of England. It was a simple list of lodges, their Brethren who had died, and perhaps an indication of their service rank. There were 3064 names.

The challenge was to find out who these men were, how they died, and how Freemasonry impacted their lives and society in general during the Great War. This website documents the search.

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Gallipoli trip 2011