Fonds MC22 - Pickard Loyal Orange Lodge #40

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Pickard Loyal Orange Lodge #40

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CA PANB MC22

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  • 1875-1915 (Creation)
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    Orange Lodge. Pickard Loyal Orange Lodge #40 (St. Marys, N.B.)

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2 cm of textual records

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(1875-1915)

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The Orange Order was a fraternal Protestant organization, founded in Ireland in 1795. Intended as a society to protect the interests of Irishmen loyal to the British crown and to "expand the honour of the Sovereign", it soon spread to the colonies of the British Empire. The Grand Lodge of British North America was founded in Brockville, Upper Canada (present-day Ontario) in 1830. The lodges provided mutual aid and support for members and organized social events. Membership also ensured a level of political support from the Order, especially in political action against Catholic and French Canadian minorities.

Most provinces played host to the Order, and New Brunswick was no exception. Lodge No. 40 of the Grand Lodge of British North America was located at St. Marys (later part of the city of Fredericton). The Pickard Loyal Orange Lodge or Royal Blue Lodge held its first meeting on 1 February 1875. The popularity of the Orange Order reached its height in the early 20th century.

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The fonds consists of minutes, membership records, and financial records of the Pickard Loyal Orange Lodge No. 40. It also includes correspondence with an Orange Lodge located in Bellville, Ontario.

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Donated to the Provincal Archives of New Brunswick by Richard Blair, of Marysville, N.B., in 1969.

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  • English

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