Lodge-Shettleston-Saint-John 128

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Tue, 24th May 2022, 9:20pm (Thu, 1st January 1970, 1:00am UTC-459284)

Great Photos of our 250th, Well Done Eddie and to all involved in arranging this memorable occasion. Best Wishes everyone. From PM Bro David Kerr

David Kerr

Mon, 5th April 2021, 2:06pm (Tue, 4th May 2021, 2:06pm UTC+696)

Hello! I worked with Bro Erik Smith for some years at Vodafone. We found out only recently our common connection. Once this virus has gone away, I plan to come and visit your if I may. I have never seen Scottish ritual. Very best Rgds to all, S&F, Steve Vaughan. (St Swithun's Lodge,8550 - Berkshire)

Steve Vaughan

Mon, 1st February 2021, 9:55am

Hi Eddie,
I hope this email finds you and your family in good health during these unusual times.
When I was in the Chair of 505 and you visited you made a great effort in mentioning the Mallets which your Mother Lodge Shettleston St. John No. 128 gave to the Lodge.
Currently I am typing up the original Minutes of 505 starting from the first Minute Book in 1870.
In the minute of 1st May 1907 I came across the explanation of why the Mallets were presented to 505.
Here is an excerpt from the Minute:

1st May 1907
A communication was read from Bro. James Arnott of Lodge Shettleston St. John informing the members of Burns St. Mary of the Death of his father 28th inst Bro. Richard Arnott who was a member of our Lodge when the RWM moved an expression of our sympathy & condolence with the relatives of deceased which was seconded by Bro. Peter Kerr & agreed to unanimously & the Secy was instructed to send an excerpt from the said minute to Bro. Arnott. Bro. Arnott also informed us of his intention of Presenting to

Ivie Rennie

Sun, 29th December 2019, 4:28am


Thank you for your update on your dad Past Master Brother John Turnbull, he will always be in our thoughts and prayers of hope, also for you and your family

Eddie Neilly

Sat, 21st December 2019, 10:56pm

To all at Shettleston St John 128.

I would like to take this opportunity to give thanks to all who have and continue to visit my dad, Bro John Turnbull, at this difficult time and the contact that has been kept throughout. I know he is forever grateful as his time spent with the lodge is something he always holds dear.

Heartfelt thanks

Eddie Turnbull and family.