United Ancient Order of Druids (Victoria)

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Authorized form of name

United Ancient Order of Druids (Victoria)

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  • Grand Lodge of Australia

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Description area

Dates of existence

c. 1862 -

History

The United Ancient Order of Druids (UAOD) was founded in Victoria around 1862. By 1867 the Society had 11 Lodges in Victoria. The Order of Druids was originally a male society until a Juvenile Lodge was opened in Prahran in 1886 by the Loyal Canterbury Lodge. Other lodges were formed in South Melbourne, Footscray, and others in New Zealand. The first female Lodge was established in Launceston, Tasmania in October 1899. The Victorian Grand Lodge held the title of Grand Lodge of Australia and was responsible for the establishment of Druid’s House in Melbourne on 4 April 1927.

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Victoria; New Zealand; Queensland; Western Australia

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Functions, occupations and activities

friendly society

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Dates of creation, revision and deletion

Entered from deposit description on 18 June 2012

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Sources

United Ancient Order of Druids Grand Lodge of Australia (Souvenir history)

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