United Albany Brethren Benefit Society

Berning, J.M. (1984) United Albany Brethren Benefit Society. Contree : journal for South African urban and regional history (No. 16, July). pp. 24-29. ISSN 0379-9867




The United Albany Brethren Benefit Society (Albany Brethren) was a Grahamstown example of the friendly society movement which reached a peak in Britain during the last century.

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Uncontrolled Keywords:A.B.B.S.; Albany Brethren Benefit Society; Albany Brethren; friendly societies; Friendly Society of Bethnal Green; Masonic; Freemasons; history; fraternal insurance; industrialization; Independent Order of Oddfelloews; Loyal Eastern Province Lodge of the Oddfellows; Ancient Order of Forresters; St Patrick's Mutual Benefit Society; Britain; British immigration; British settlers; 1820 Settlers; Albany Settlement; Albany Masonic Lodge; Mandy's Canteen; alcohol; Annual Dinner; Church Parade; St George's Cathedral; St Clements Church; Grahamstown; Graham's Town; Eastern Cape; Eastern Province; South Africa
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