“Named in honor of Andres Bonifacio, one of the founders and later Supremo of the Katipunan, Bonifacio was born of poor parents in Tondo, Manila on November 30, 1863. He led the Cry of Pugad Lawin that sparked the 1896 Philippine Revolution. Bonifacio was a member of Taliba Lodge No. 165 under the Gran Oriente Español.
Labong Lodge No. 59 recommended the formation of this lodge. On Septemeber 1, 1973, Grand Master Ruperto S. Demonteverde issued a dispensation authorizing its formation and on October 26, 1973 the formal organizational meeting of the lodge was held. At the annual communication held in April 1974, the Committe on Charters found that the lodge had already initiated, passed and raised four candidates and had a total membership of 44 Master Masons and 1 Entered Apprentice. Accordingly, the lodge was granted a charter and assigned number 199…”