|Consecration:||29 September 1890|
|Meeting Place:||Halsey Masonic Hall – Cheshunt|
|Meeting Dates:||2nd Thursday September (Installation)
2nd Thursday March
2nd Thursday May
2nd Thursday December
Other than W Bro James Terry, the first Master of the Lodge, the thirteen Founder Members were local Masons from the Cheshunt area; the majority being Members of King Harold Lodge No. 1327, the sponsoring Lodge. W. Bro Terry, PGSB, the Provincial Grand Director of Ceromonies, was invited to become the first Master of the Lodge to be named after him, as a tribute to his work for Freemasonry in Hertfordshire and throughout England. At the Centenary meeting in September 1990, the Lodge was privileged to have RW Bro James A Terry, PGW present, as its special guest, who has followed in the footsteps of his Grandfather and Father (W. Bro James E Terry), particularly in their considerable work for the RMBI.
The Lodge Crest is the Terry Family Crest.