Most Worshipful Brother
George Strong Inman, PGM
Grand Lodge of
Prince Edward Island, A.F. & A.M.;
Grand Master 1914 – 1915

George Strong Inman, K.C., was born at Central Bedeque on June 25, 1870, of English and Scottish parentage. He was educated at Prince of Wales College, Charlottetown, and the Law School of Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. He read Law with the late Judge MacDonald, and was called to the bar of Prince Edward Island in 1898 and was created a Kings Council in 1911. He first practiced his profession at Montague, but later returned to Charlottetown. While at Montague he joined St. Andrews Lodge No. 13 in 1904, and rapidly rose to the Worshipful Master’s chair. On his removal to Charlottetown he affiliated with Victoria Lodge No. 2.

In the Grand Lodge he was elected as Junior Grand Warden in 1908, Senior Grand Warden 1910, Deputy Grand Master 1913, and Grand Master 1914.

In the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite he has served in the presiding chair in the several branches of Lodge of Perfection, Rose Croix Chapter and Consistory. He is also Grand Representative of the Grand Lodge of Arkansas near this Grand Lodge.

From the Proceedings of the 39th Annual Communication of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Prince Edward Island A.F. & A. M. (1914).