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Laurence Dermott

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Laurence Dermott (1720 – June 1791) was born in Ireland and became a Freemason in 1740. He held various offices before being installed as Worshipful Master of Lodge No. 26 in Dublin on the 24th of June 1746. He emigrated to London some time after this, possibly in the company of fellow journeymen painters for he is known to have worked twelve hours a day for a master painter in London. He would later work as a Wine dealer and was married to an Elizabeth Dermott but his will does not list any children. He lived in Aldgate, Mile End and Stepney. He served as Grand Secretary of the Ancient Grand Lodge of England from 1752 to 1771. He wrote and published the Book of Constitutions of this Grand Lodge for the Ancient Grand Lodge of England, which he titled the Ahiman Rezon.


  • Laurence Dermott
  • Albert Mackey, Encyclopedia of Freemasonry, p. 275-276.
  • W M Bywater 'Notes on Laurence Dermott G. S. and His Work', Kessinger reprint (originally London 1884)

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