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JOHN YARKER
ANCIENT & PRIMITIVE RITE
THE KNEPH
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IN MEMORIA.
John L. Yarker
With deep sorrow we have to register the death of Brother John L. Yarker, which took place on the 3rd of June, 1888, at the age of thirty years, and who was interred at Withington on the 7th amidst a large assembly of the Didsbury Conservative Club--a handsome wreath having been sent by No. 2 Chapter of the A. & P. Rite. Our brother was initiated into Craft Freemasonry in the Lodge of Integrity, No. 163, Manchester, on the 29th Sept., 1886; into the Swedenborgian Rite in the Egyptian Lodge and Temple, No. 2, Manchester, on the 28th Jan., 1887, and appointed S.W.; was admitted into the A. & P. Rite in the Palatine and Jerusalem Chapter, No. 2, Manchester, on the 5th October, 1886, and advanced to 30-905° on the 24th January, 1887. He was appointed Sublime Dai of the Palatine Council, No. 2, in March, 1887, and in going to Liverpool to take his 32-945° in June, 1887, at the Mystic Temple, he broke a blood vessel in the railway train, and never afterwards recovered his usual health.

The Kneph. Official Journal of the Antient and Primitive Rite of Masonry. James Hill, ed. Vol. VIII, No. 1., September, 1888. page 10. [page size 7' x 9 3/8"] Bound in red cloth, printed by the Crown Printing Company, Crown Court, Milton Street, London, E.C.. Published for the Sovereign Sanctuary of the Antient and Primitive Rite of Masonry for Great Britain and Ireland, by Bro. James Hill, at 6, Little Britain, E.C..
John L. Yarker is not to be confused with his father, John Yarker.

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