King Edward Lodge No. 16
Malpeque, Prince Edward Island
2019 membership 48
Meets 1st Monday in each month at 7:30 pm
at the Masonic Lodge, Malpeque
(North on Highway 20 to sharp Rite turn at Princeton United Church. Lodge is opposite.)
A History of King Edward Lodge No. 16 – Est. 1904
This article is reprinted from The Pattern Set For Us: A History of the Concordant and Related Bodies of Freemasonry Past and Present on Prince Edward Island with the kind permission of the author, RW Bro. George Doughart, Grand Historian.
History of King Edward Lodge, circa 1970, V.W. Bro. Arthur Owen PM
Historical Summary, Part 2 (1970-1990) by W.Bro Irwin Woodland PM
Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Prince Edward Island, A.F. & A.M.
On March 9, 1903 nine Master Masons from Mount Zion Lodge No. 12 who were resident in the Malpeque area met in the Forresters Hall “for the purpose of considering the advisability of forming a new Lodge of A.F & A.M..” The historic meeting was held only four days after the Brethren of Mount Zion Lodge had approved a proposal to build a new Lodge Room in Kensington.