The Orange Order in World War I

Rising Star of the East True Blues LOL 108A

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Rising Star of the East True Blues LOL 108A, “On War Service”.

WM: George Thompson, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.

Sec: William Nelson, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.
This lodge was attached to the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, and had previously met in Cairo and Dublin.
Ulster Purple Star LOL 833, “On War Service”.

WM: Rev Jas Shaw, The Manse, Presbyterian Church, Quetta, Baluchistan, India.

Sec: Private Norman McGowan, B Company, 2nd Royal Irish Fusiliers.
There were Naval Lodges also. In District 72, Plymouth, there is listed, -
Ulster Purple Heroes LOL 842, “With the Fleet”.

WM: F. J. Willmer.

Sec: A. H. Cosway.

In District 94, Devonport, the following lodges are shown, -

Ulster Scot LOL 287, “On War Service with the Fleet”.

WM: Charles Alexander.

Sec: John C Matthews.
Carnarvon LOL 827, “On War Service with the Fleet”.

WM: J A Britten.

Sec: Brother Moorhouse.
This lodge had already existed before the War on HMS Carnarvon.
The Lodge Directory finishes with a list of “Isolated Lodges”, many of which were military, -

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