Amphibious Lodge N0. 258 has books and records dating back to the Lodge foundation in 1778.
Our walls are adorned with pictures of Past Masters of the Lodge, and it is possible that a picture of your Father, Grandfather or xTimes Grandfather hangs proudly on our walls.
We are only too happy to assist you in your research if you believe your ancestor was a member of our Lodge or a local Freemason
There is also Ancestry.com 's online resource ...
Two million historic Masonic records published online
More than two million historic Freemason membership records are now available to view online for the first time, revealing the names of some of the most famous and well-connected men in British history.
Digitised by Ancestry, the world’s largest family history resource, the UK and Ireland Freemason Membership Registers 1733-1923 span 190 years.
Rich in detail, each record reveals the Freemason’s name, profession, residence, date of initiation or date that they joined the organisation, age at initiation and Lodge location.
Accordingly, this collection will be of vital significance for anybody looking to locate, or find out more about, a Masonic ancestor.
Time Team's Sir Tony Robinson digs around Grand Lodge
If you are researching your ancestry and would like information on one of our past members use this form