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Two Lodges, Salisbury Lodge No.3228 and Union Lodge No.767, each with over 100 years of history, were formally amalgamated to form Salisbury Union Lodge No.767 in January 2012 and later in the same year was accepted as a Universities’ Scheme Lodge in the Masonic Province of Hertfordshire.
Salisbury Lodge No.3228 was consecrated within the Masonic Province of Hertfordshire in
March 1907 and is named after the Marquisette of Salisbury by kind permission of
the 5th Marquess of Salisbury, Lord Robert Arthur James Gascoyne-
Union Lodge No.767 was consecrated No.1068 in Karachi within the District of Punjab
in June 1859, and in 1865 became No.767 by the general closing up of Lodges. The
Lodge experienced difficulties during its first 8 years and actually closed in 1866,
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