RCC ORDER RED CROSS OF CONSTANTINE
THE SAINTS JOHN CONCLAVE
Charleston, South Carolina

Chartered: June 03, 1999 A.D. A.O. 881
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HISTORY
The Saints John Conclave, Red Cross of Constantine, is the third of three Conclaves in the Sate of South Carolina, located in the city of Charleston.

The Saints John Conclave was founded by the following Knight Companions in 1994: Jesse C. Branham, Lloyd F. Christopher, Leon R. Jernigan and E. Ray Sult. All were members of All Saints Conclave in Columbia.

As of this date, Jesse C. Branham, E. Ray Sult, and Leon R. Jernigan have passed.  Lloyd F. Christopher, is still residing in Charleston.

The Saints John Conclave, was Instituted on June 04, 1994, at which time, Knight Companion, H. Dwight McAlister, Past Grand Master and Grand Secretary of the Grand Lodge of South Carolina was the Intendant General for the Division of South Carolina.

The four founding members of The Saints John Conclave, selected, as it first Officers and members, members of the York Rite in Charleston.

On the 5th of November 1994, the following York Rite Members of Charleston, became the first members and Officers of The Saints John Conclave at Charleston:

* A. Henry Brandt Jr. Robert V. Pinkston
Victor R. DuBose Phillip G. Russell
# Jerry L Franks Richard A. Wooden
* Gilbert L. Martin
* Deceased # Demitted


UPDATED - January 18, 2013 @ 22:30 HRS