St. James (Kilw) Tarbolton No.135.
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Burns received honorary membership from Lodge Loudoun Kilwinning Newmilns No.51, on 27th March 1786, and also from Lodge St. John Kilwinning Kilmarnock No.22, on 26th October 1786.
Burns arrived in Edinburgh in 1786, and was later assumed a member of Lodge Canongate Kilwinning No.2 on 1st February 1787.
In company with his good friend Robert Ainslie, Burns also received the Royal Arch Degree from the 'Land of Cakes' Royal Arch Chapter No.15 at a meeting held within the temple of Lodge St. Ebbe No.70, on 19th May 1787, at Eyemouth.
On 27th December 1791, when he had moved to Dumfries, Burns became a member of St Andrew's Lodge No 179 (now dormant). He was elected Senior Warden in 1792, and last visited this lodge three months before his death.
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