THOMAS OXNARD, Grand Master
- 01/10: I-17; at Royal Exchange Tavern, Boston. Deputy Grand Master McDaniel presiding.
- I-18: "Voted, That ye Grand Treas* do pay to the Stewards Fifty two pounds Thirteen Shillg. and Seven pence to make up the deficiency of last St John's Feast."
- I-18: "Voted, That the Grand Treasr. do pay to Bro Buck Two Dollars for past Services to this Lodge."
- I-18: "Voted, That the Grand Treas* do give One Dollar to Brown (the waiter in the House) as a present from the Lodge."
- 04/10: I-19; at Royal Exchange Tavern, Boston. Deputy Grand Master McDaniel presiding.
- I-20: "Voted, That the Feast of St John the Baptist be Celebrated in the usual manner att the House of Mr. Gratous att Roxbury, and that it be under the direction of the Grand Wardens."
- I-20: "Voted That £3- 0, 0 Old Tenor be paid by each Brother to the Grand Wardens that inclines to attend the Feast."
- I-20: "Voted That the Grand Lodge send the First Lodge a Sett of Candles."
- I-20: "The Masters Lodge removed to the Bunch Grapes Tavern. The Second Lodge removed to the Bunch Grapes Tavern."
March 20th 1752.
- 07/10: I-21; at Royal Exchange Tavern, Boston. Deputy Grand Master Lord Colvill presiding.
- I-21: "Voted Brother John Leverett Grand Secratary."
- I-21: "Voted That 4 dollars be given to Brother Neal as Charity."
- I-22: "Voted That 4 dollars be given to Brother Mekoy for his past Services."
- I-22: "Voted That 2 dollars be given to Brother Pateshall as Charity."
- I-22: "Voted That a Silver Seal be Cutt with the Masons Arms for the use of all the Lodges in Boston to be kept by the Grand Secratary[sic]."
- 10/13: I-22; at Royal Exchange Tavern, Boston.
- I-22: "Voted That 6 dollars be paid by the Grand Treasurer to Bro. Pelham for his Past Services."
- I-23: "Our Right Worshipfull G M Presented our Right Worshipfull Bro. McDaniel with the D G M's Jewell in the Room of our Right Worshipfull Bro. Lord Colvill who has gone for England."
- 01/20: I-19; at Royal Exchange Tavern, Boston. Deputy Grand Master McDaniel presiding.
- I-19: "The Lodge being Open'd, Our Rt Worshl D : G : M. acquainted the Lodge that the occasion of this Meeting was to Consider the 21st Article in the Printed Book of Constitutions Relating to the Successor to the Chair in the absence of the Grand Master. The Rt Worshl Thos. Oxnard Esqr. Our G. M. being gone to England it was Mov'd that the Rt to the Chair devolv'd upon our Rt Worshl Bro. Henry Price. After the Brethren had Severally given their Opinions, our Rt Worsh1 D. G. M. put it to - ye Vote, Whether we should send two of the Brethren to desire our Rt Worshl Bro Price to come and Resume his office, which pass'd in the Negative.
- 06/24: I-20; at Grey Hound Tavern, Roxbury. Deputy Grand Master Lord Colvill presiding.
- I-20: "Being the Feast of St John the Baptist Our Right Worshipfull Bro. Lord Colvill D. G. M. Summons'd the Brethren to attend him att the Grey Hound Tavern in Roxbury where he Held a Grand Lodge (by virtue of a Deputation granted to him by our Right Worshipfull Brother Thos. Oxnard Esq* Provincial Grand Master of North America, to be Deputy Grand Master of North America), and the Day was Celebrated as usual."
- 12/27: I-23; at the Bunch of Grapes Tavern, Boston.
- I-23: "Being the Feast of S4 John the Evangelist. Our Right Worshipfull Bro. Thomas Oxnard Esqr., G M Notified the Brethren in the Publick Prints to attend him att the Bunch Grapes Tavern in Boston where he held a Grand Lodge and the Day was Celebrated as usual."
LIST OF LODGES IN ST. JOHN'S GRAND LODGE JURISDICTION: 1752
|1||Boston||First Lodge at Bunch of Grapes||07/30/1733|
|2||Portsmouth (N.H.)||St. John's (Portsmouth)||06/24/1736|
|4||Annapolis-Royal, Nova Scotia||Annapolis-Royal||06/24/1738|
|5||Newfoundland||St. John's, Newfoundland||12/24/1746|
|6||Boston||Second Lodge at Bunch of Grapes||02/15/1749|
|7||Boston||Third Lodge at Bunch of Grapes||02/15/1749|
|8||Newport, Rhode Island||St. John's Newport||12/27/1749|
|9||Halifax, Nova Scotia||Halifax||07/19/1750|
|10||Annapolis, Maryland||Annapolis, Maryland||08/12/1750|
|11||New Haven, Connecticut||Hiram||11/12/1750|