Saint Andrews Lodge No. 13
Montague, Prince Edward Island
2009 membership 100
Meets 1st Monday in each month at 8:00pm (year round)
at the Masonic Lodge, Main St. South, Montague
(North side, across from Hillside Inn, near intersection with Wood Island Road.)
A History of St. Andrew’s Lodge No. 13 – Est. 1884
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.
Insurance Plan of Montague Maps, 1888 and 1922 prepared by Underwriters Survey Bureau Ltd. – PARO, Acc. # 4458
Lodge Minutes (Minutes of 1894-1906 are missing)
Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Prince Edward Island, A.F. & A.M.
The History of Saint Andrew’s Lodge # 13 AF & AM Montague, P.E.I. 1883-1983, compiled by M.W. Bro. Douglas D. MacLaren PGM and W.Bro. Edward R. MacLaren PM
At the Regular Communication of St. Georges Lodge No. 4 on January 12, 1883 a motion was adopted, “that this Lodge waive as much of its territorial jurisdiction as will be necessary for the organization of a new Lodge at Montague Bridge, to be called St. Andrew’s Lodge.” St. Georges Lodge had a membership of forty-six in 1882. Eleven Demits were granted in 1883 to Brethren from the Montague area who had petitioned for the establishment of Saint Andrew’s Lodge.