The Grand Lodge of Mark Master Masons was formed in 1856 and now administers the Mark Degree from its headquarters at Mark Masons Hall, St James’s Street, London. The Grand Master is H.R.H Prince Michael of Kent, who is supported by the Pro Grand Master, the Deputy Grand Master and the Assistant Grand Master.
Mark Masonry was established in Cornwall in 1865 and the Mark Provincial Grand Lodge of Cornwall was consecrated in 1867. This consisted of four Lodges, Meridian No 73, Fortitude No 78, Cornubian No 87, and Love and Honour No 94.
We have 31 Mark Lodges and 16 Royal Ark Mariner Lodges.
We have added What3Words links to the Lodge pages to help you find us and car park locations. Once the App has opened, look down in the bottom right hand corner and click on the circle next to the yellow stick man to add the satelite detail.
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Please click on the lodge name for further information, meeting dates/time and directions to the venues.
|Cornish Installed Mark Masters||1332||Variable|
|Cornwall Mark Provincial Wardens||1885||Redruth|
|Edward the Black Prince||1680||Tywardreath|
|Edwin Perry Morgan||1632||Perranporth|
|Lyver Ha Pluvenn||1884||Perranporth|
|Love and Honour||94||Falmouth|
|Mount Edgcumbe & St Lukes||417||Camborne|
|Sir Alfred Robbins||1514||Launceston|
|Sir Bevil Granville||1231||Bude|
|St.John the Baptist||404||Penzance|
|Three Grand Principles||879||Penryn|
|William James Hughan||1437||Falmouth|