Howard Markham

Howard was born in London and lives in Hampstead with his wife Marilyn. They have three married daughters and seven grandchildren. In 1974 Howard qualified as a Chartered Accountant and built up a practice in Hampstead from which he retired in 2015. He is very active in many Orders in masonry and in particular is
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Tom Quinn

Tom moved from his native Scotland with his wife Eunice and two children in 1983, to work in London. A Past Master from the Scottish Constitution, he has taken to English Masonry in a big way, particularly the Mark and RAM Degrees. Now retired after 40 years in banking he allegedly has lots of spare
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Timothy MacAndrews

Tim was born in 1956 in West London where he was brought up and educated. In 1979 he qualified as a Chartered Accountant but almost immediately left the profession to set up with his business partner their own company – Snappy Snaps, a photographic retail franchise. The chain grew to over 150 shops and was
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David Lucas

David was born at the Angel Islington North London in 1958 and now lives in Basildon with his wife Marion. David has worked in the construction industry for 43 years, starting as an apprentice painter and decorator and eventually rising to be a Senior Site Manager, managing large construction sites. Then a change of career
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Wes Hollands

Wes Holland was born in Essex but moved to Kent some 45 years ago. He has two grown up children and five grandchildren. Wes was educated in Essex and entered the engineering industry, but then he moved into property development when in Kent and retired early at the age of 51. He has many hobbies
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John Ellis

John was born in Tottenham in North London in 1959 and, yes, has been a lifelong supporter ever since (painful sometimes!) He was raised and educated in Edmonton North London and went to Edmonton County Lower and Upper Schools  John then served a five year tool-making Apprenticeship with Enfield Rolling Mills in Brimsdown, obtaining HNC
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