Court "Prosperity" (No. 76) of the Royal Ancient Order of Foresters

Court "Prosperity" (No. 76) was a branch of the Royal Ancient Order of Foresters established in Milnsbridge.

History

The court is known to have met at the Four Horse Shoes Inn and the Armitage Arms.

At a meeting held on 19 April 1851, a "beautiful silver cross-keys" was presented to Brother Joseph Hepworth who had been the branch's treasurer for 11 years.[1]

Notes and References

  1. "Royal Foresters" in Huddersfield Chronicle (26/Apr/1851).

Court "Prosperity" (No. 76) of the Royal Ancient Order of Foresters

Categories

Foresters' courts
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