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October 12, 2008


Duncan Mathieson

Great work Paul Stephens is alive & kicking with a Z like you officers are a fair bunch of guys too

Richard Oades

Would Donald Barry please contact me if he is still researching Richard Alexander OADES. I can provide some information. Richard Oades, his son.

Alan Wright

Excellent web page Paul. It gives a continuing story of the Chapter's activities. The photo inclusion brings it to life.


Thanks Alan. I actually have set this up as a weblog so multiple authors can contribute. I hope over time to encourage others to post to the site as well. I've established similar sites for my Craft Lodge, Secret Monitor Conclave, Rose Croix Sovereign Chapter and Templar Preceptory.

Tim Powys

As per the discussion between your webmaster and our first principl Timothy Powys This is our webpage url


Thanks Tim. Link is now on the page.


My grandfather William Edward Griffin was a freemason and attended meetings at Yeronga, probably in the 1930s/40s. I have his leather case with sash, apron and other items and am wondering whether it is something the Yeronga chapter would like, or other home for it. If you have records from that era, could you please tell me something of his freemason history. Thank you.

Paul Holland

Hi Lorraine.

Your Grandfather was indeed a member of Stephens Chapter in the 1930s and probably later on. I don't have the complete Chapter records with me but I can tell you he was a Very Excellent Companion and held Grand Chapter Rank.

He was the First Principal of Stephens Chapter in 1938/39. This is the equivalent of being Master of a Lodge. I don't know what his Craft Lodge was. I know it wasn't Yeronga. We'll see what else we can find.

We'd be delighted to have his Masonic regalia and other material returned to us if the family is happy with that.

Jon Greene

I love your page! I am doing some research of Royal Arch Masonry in Queensland, and found your page. I have it bookmarked and will return often.

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About Stephens Chapter

  • Stephens is a Royal Arch Chapter based in Brisbane Australia and is numbered 78 on the roll of the Supreme Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Queensland. It was consecrated on 28 October 1927. Stephens Chapter meets at the Masonic Memorial Centre in Brisbane on the 4th Monday night of each month. Tyling time is 7.00pm. We conduct our Royal Arch and Mark Installation Ceremonies in September and the Installation of the Appendant Degrees (Royal Ark Mariner, the Cryptic Degrees and the Red Cross of Babylon) in November or December.
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