1. Book:The (1921) Masonic Roll of Honour 1914-1918Pg.133
2. Memorial:The (1940) Scroll - WW1 Roll of Honour46C GQS

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Early Life :

The 1911 census has the word "Captain" as an addition above his name, which seems strange as there is no reference to him being a Ships Captain or any part of the local militia as a serving soldier.

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Detail :

Probate RAWLINSON Joseph of 313 Burnden-terrace Manchester-road Bolton Lancashire died 7 January 1915 Probate London 9 February to Sarah Ellen Rawlinson widow. Effects £1188 16s. 7d.

Masonic :

TypeLodge Name and No.Province/District :
Mother : Lodge of Harmony and Industry No. 381 E.C.East Lancashire
Joined : Volunteer No. 2905 E.C. East Lancashire

4th December 1882
4th December 1882
4th December 1882

Joseph was already initiated into the Scottish Constitution and came in from Lodge 351 S.C., in 1882 by joining Lodge of Harmony and Industry No. 381 E.C. He became an honorary member in February 1913. He was listed as an agent in Darwen.

Petitioner and joining member of Volunteer Lodge at its consecration around September 1902. War service is recorded followed by "Died Jan.15'1915." He was a Past Master, and Past Provincial Grand Deacon in the Province of East Lancashire.

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