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Lodge Argyle No. 164

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Honour Roll


Freedom for our young nation has not come without price.  With courage and character, Brethren from Lodge Argyle have put themselves on the line to defend the many liberties and rights we now enjoy.  For our Brothers that paid the ultimate sacrifice, we honour you.


Lest we Forget        

Brethren who Served

Thomas James Logan


Rank:  Major


Unit:    2nd Aust Light Horse


Date of Death:

            7 August 1915

            Killed in Action


Place of Death:         Gallipoli


Cemetery:                  Quinn's Post

                                    Cemetery,

                                    Gallipoli Peninsula,

                                    Canakkale Province,

                                    Turkey


Argyle Lodge:

WBro Logan became a Freemason at the first ever meeting of Lodge Argyle - the same evening the Lodge was consecrated - 11 August 1906.  He was installed as Junior Warden at the First Annual Installation on 27 July 1907, and became Argyle's Worshipful Master in 1910.

William James Alexander McAllister


Rank:  Private


Unit:    2nd Aust Light Horse


Date of Death:

            24 May 1915

            Died of wounds


Place of Death:         Gallipoli


Cemetery:                  Shrapnel Valley

                                    Cemetery,

                                    Gallipoli Peninsula,

                                    Canakkale Province,

                                    Turkey


Argyle Lodge:

Bro McAllister is Lodge Argyle's first and only ever Lewis - son of a Freemason and able to join at a younger age - he was initiated on 11 October 1911, at the same meeting as Reverend William Stevens. Responding to the "Call to Arms", he enlisted at Forest Hill on 22 August 1914.

William Johnstone Stevens


Rank:  Chaplain 3rd Class


Unit:    5th Aust Infantry


Date of Death:

            15 November 1917

            Died of wounds


Place of Death:         United Kingdom


Memorial:                   Brookwood Military                                     Cemetery,

                                    Pirbright,

                                    Surrey,                                     England

                                    

Argyle Lodge:

After service in the Boer War, Bro Stevens was ordained a Presbyterian Minister (1904), and presided in Laidley between 1911-13. Initiated at the same meeting as William McAllister on 11 October 1911, he was Lodge Chaplain before service as Chaplain to the 5th Australian Infantry Brigade in France.