Try to find the spot where the photographer was standing.
Mr G. Todd might be one of them - from the catalogue "Mr. G. Todds Masonic group".
Royal Shamrock Lodge, Waterford
Address: 1 Waterside Sq., Waterside, Waterford
Constituted: 1795 Originally warranted as 817 in 1795; exchanged for 32 in 1843.
..Captain Todd had a daughter Eliza, and when she was five
years old (in 1881), her mother died (aged 31), and Eliza was sent from her home in Wales to London. Meanwhile her grandfather, Captain W.L. Pearn had retired in
Waterford, bought a pub at the top of Exchange Street (on the right hand side), and
lived at No.7 William Street. Eliza Todd came to Waterford and worked at Poole's Photographic shop on the Quay'
[https://www.flickr.com/photos/abandonedrailsireland] According to the marriage record, her father was George Todd.
[https://www.flickr.com/photos/scorbet] Here are the Preans and Todds in the 1901 Census in William Street.
If anyone still needs to be woken up... here's the Dubliners with their version of The Masons Apron.
oh that silly protestant ascendancy.
I was invited to give a presentation and later to join. I don't wear an apron and just not into secret handshakes.
[https://www.flickr.com/photos/72205942@N00/] that is the sort of sectarian comment that a National Library site does not need
Freemasonry: a heretical religion.
Beautiful old pictures