Orange Order Website Links

1641 Irish Rebellion Website
Witness Statements From The Irish Rebellion And Massacres Of 1641.
Bible and Crown Defenders LOL 81
Bible and Crown Defenders LOL 81 of Leeds
A brilliant archive of films from the early 20th Century. This link shows aspects of The Home Rule Crisis (1913-1914) when the UK almost had another civil war. The outbreak of WW1 however prevented direct action.

Cantrils Glory LOL 306 website of Liverpool

Cliffe Bonfire Society
The Cliffe Bonfire Society from Lewes setup to remember the failure of The Gunpowder Plot. Definitely worth a visit to Lewes on the 5th of November to see the street festivals and bonfire.

Commonwealth War Graves Commission
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission pays tribute to the 1,700,000 men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died in the two world wars.

The website of Corby Purple Star flute band of Corby, Northants.

Defenders of Derry LOL 763 website of Liverpool

A well designed informative website from our Brethren in Dublin.

Rt. Worshipful Bro. E Loney Memorial LOL 779 website of central London

Garston True Blues LOL 64 website of Liverpool
Official website of the Grand Orange Lodge of Canada

Official website of the Grand Orange Lodge of England

Facebook page of the Grand Lodge of New Zealand.

Official website of the Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland
The Greater Manchester Glasgow Rangers Supporters Club, founded in 1977. Meet in The Hope Inn, Stockport.

Johnstons Heroes LOL 264 website of Tyneside

Lancashire Family History Societies are collaborating with local Registration Services to make indexes to these records freely searchable via the Internet.
Lots of information relating to Orange history in Lancashire is stored in Lancashire record office.

The website of the Liverpool Orange Order Province

Lord Carson Memorial LOL 20 in Surrey

The website of Luton and Bedford Lambeg Drumming Club.

Manchester and Lancashire Family History Society with a searchable online war memorial name finder.

The Manchester Cathedral website. Manchester Cathedral has played a central role for Orangeism in Manchester and England for Worship and Meetings since the early 19th Century.

An excellent resource that brings the history of Manchester and the North West of England to Life.

Search for the names of past Orangemen and women buried in Manchester online.

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The Medway Martyrs LOL 562 website of Kent

Click here to find local Methodist churches in Greater Manchester

Moving Here explores, records and illustrates why people came to England over the last 200 years and what their experiences were and continue to be.
Learn more about the old army regiments of Manchester by visiting this museum in Ashton Under Lyne town centre. Many soldiers who served in these regiments where Orangemen and helped to get the Orange Order established in England.

A national online resource to find people, places and search for online historical records.

The website of the Northallerton Orange Lodge, North Yorkshire.

The Orange Metropolitan Province of Southern England

A Loyal Order Information Portal.

The Blog of The Orange Standard newspaper.

Information on the Orange Order, Orange history and events
Search for the term 'orangemen' to find old articles in newspapers in the Rochdale area, in particular Middleton.

Rydale Chosen Few LOL 1875 website of North Yorkshire

A charity to ensure the memorials of The Scottish Covenanters tenacity and sacrifices are never forgotten.

Silver Jubilee LOL 1977 website of Southampton

LOL 842 of Bristol website

Historical Church of England church in the heart of Manchester City Centre. Home of the plaque to commemorate Sgt. Brett.

The Associated Clubs of The Apprentice Boys of Derry Website.

Somme-1916 website of The Somme Battlefields with details of some of the soldiers of Manchester that lost their lives.

The Border Minority Group (BMG) was setup to facilitate community and cultural development within the minority Protestant community in Cavan, Leitrim and Monaghan in the ROI. Working for human rights, and equality.
Local history group for Darwin and surrounding areas.

Nelson McCausland's excellent blog. Nelson is a DUP MLA in Northern Ireland who writes blog posts on a range of pro-Union, Ulster-Scots and anti Irish Republican issues. Thoroughly recommended.

Official website of the Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland
The Huguenot Society - Promote the publication and interchange of knowledge about the Huguenots in Great Britain and Ireland, a good deal of which, with the passage of time, was unknown to many of their descendants.
Visit the Kings Own Regiment museum in Lancaster to view more about The Loyal and Friendly Society of the Blew and Orange which was a pre-cursor to the Orange Order with similar principles.

This local regiment fought for William Prince of Orange at the Battle of the Boyne. Visit the museum in Bury town centre to learn more.

A Moravian village exists in Fairfield, Manchester with a Church, school and museum. (Founded in 1785) Moravian's where Protestant communities who fled persecution in Czech Republic in the 1700's. The Moravian Church is the oldest Protestant Church in N Europe.

An Orange Order related website featuring a lot of multimedia materials.

Visit the Peoples History Museum in central Manchester to view Orange artifacts from the early Orange Order in Manchester, England.

The Royal Black Institution is another of the Loyal Orders.

The Salford 100 is an online searchable database. Search for a family name, word or phrase to carry out searches on important dates in history.

The Shankhill Tourism Website
Website for the working class Protestant community of the Shankhill Road in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Website for traditional Orange folk song CD 'The Songs My Father Sung'.

Records held by The Public Records Office for Northern Ireland of everyone who signed The Ulster Covenant in 1912. This excellent resource shows actual signatures of people who signed The Ulster Covenant all over England, including, Manchester, Bury and Rochdale.

There are six United Reformed Churches in Greater Manchester. Presbyterian Orangemen who have come to live in Manchester from Scotland and Northern Ireland attend several of these churches.

The website of the West Midlands District of the Orange Order in England.

The website of London based William Alexander Memorial LOL 1689.
William Colquhoun Memorial LOL, Allanton, Scotland 

The Ulster 36th Division 


Manchester Orange

"The Protestant Religion and Liberties of England I will Maintain", 
William III, Prince of Orange

This Website is Maintained by members of Loyal Orange Lodge 184 of Manchester - Est. 1876.
It is our aim to share knowledge about Orange culture and heritage and to promote greater understanding of our institution to develop traditional Christian values through the Reformed Faith.

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