|Consecration:||28 July 1925|
|Meeting Place:||Halsey Masonic Hall – Cheshunt|
|Meeting Dates:||2nd Wednesday November (Installation)
2nd Wednesday March
2nd Wednesday May
2nd Wednesday September
Founded by Members of the Charles Edward Keyser Lodge, Theobalds Lodge was consecrated at The Rye House, Hoddeson. The Lodge takes its name from ‘Theobalds’, a medieval petit manor whose estates included large tracts of Cheshunt, immediately adjacent to Enfield Wash where many of the Founders lived or had their places of business. The central theme of the Crest is thought to depict the Royal Palace of Theobalds and is supported on a scroll with the Latin inscription, ‘Deo Fayente’, meaning ‘By God’s Favour’.