Famous Masons


George Washington, 1st President, 1789 - 1797, Commanding General during American Revolution, made a Mason August 4, 1753, in Fredericksburg Lodge (now No. 4), A. F. & A. M., Fredericksburg, Virginia.

James Monroe, 5th President, 1817 - 1825, made a Mason November 9, 1775, in Williamsburg Lodge (now No. 6), A.F. & A.M., Williamsburg, Virginia.

Andrew Jackson, 7th President, 1829 - 1837 Harmony Lodge No. 1, Nashville, Tennessee, an Honorary Member of Federal Lodge No. 1, F. & A.M., Washington, D.C., and Jackson Lodge No. 1, F. & A.M., Tallahassee, Florida. In 1822 and 1823 he served as the Grand Master of Masons in Tennessee.

James Knox Polk, 11th President, 1845 - 1849, made a Mason September 4, 1820, in Columbia Lodge No. 31, F. & A.M., Columbia, Tennessee.

James Buchanan, 15th President, 1857 - 1861, made a Mason January 24, 1817, in Lodge No. 43 (it has no name), F. & A.M., Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

Andrew Johnson, 17th President, 1865 - 1869, made a Mason during May, 1851, in Greeneville Lodge No. 119 (now No. 3), F. & A.M., Greeneville, Tennessee.

James Abram Garfield, 20th President. 1881, made a Mason November 22, 1864, in Columbus Lodge No. 30 F. & A.M., Columbus, Ohio.

William McKinley, 25th President, 1897 - 1901, made a Mason May 3, 1865, in Hiram Lodge No. 21, A.F. & A.M., Winchester, Virginia.

Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President, 1901 - 1909, made a Mason April 24, 1901, in Matinecock Lodge No. 806, F. & A.M., Oyster Bay, New York.

William Howard Taft, 27th President, 1909 - 1913 - Chief Justice Supreme Court 1921 - 1930, made a "Mason at Sight" in an "Occassional Lodge" called for that purpose on February 18, 1909, in the Scottish Rite Cathedral, Cincinnati, Ohio, by Charles S. Hoskinson, Grand Master of Masons in Ohio. Additionally visited Olive Branch Lodge, Millbury Massachusetts in 1912 while visiting family in Millbury.

Warren Gamaliel Harding, 29th President, 1921 - 1923, made a Mason August 27, 1920, in Marion Lodge No. 70, F. & A.M., Marion, Ohio.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 32nd President, 1933 - 1945, made a Mason November 28, 1911, in Holland Lodge No. 8, F. & A.M., New York, New York, the same Lodge in which George Washington, the Nation's first President, held Honorary membership.

Harry S. Truman, 33rd President, 1945 - 1951, made a Mason March 18, 1909, in Belton Lodge No. 450, A.F. & A.M., Belton, Missouri. He served as the Grand Master of Masons of Missouri in 1940. Initiated: February 9, 1909, Belton Lodge No. 450, Belton, Missouri. In 1911, several Members of Belton Lodge separated to establish Grandview Lodge No. 618, Grandview, Missouri, and Brother Truman served as its first Worshipful Master. At the Annual Session of the Grand Lodge of Missouri, September 24-25, 1940, Brother Truman was elected (by a landslide) the ninety-seventh Grand Master of Masons of Missouri, and served until October 1, 1941. Brother and President Truman was made a Sovereign Grand Inspector General, 33º, and Honorary Member, Supreme Council on October 19,1945 at the Supreme Council A.A.S.R. Southern Jurisdiction Headquarters in Washington D.C., upon which occasion he served as Exemplar (Representative) for his Class. He was also elected an Honorary Grand Master of the International Supreme Council, Order of DeMolay. On May 18, 1959, Brother and Former President Truman was presented with a fifty-year award, the only U.S. President to reach that golden anniversary in Freemasonry.

Gerald R. Ford, Jr. 38th President, 1974 - 1977. He was raised to the Sublime degree of Master Mason on May 18, 1951 in Columbia Lodge No. 3, F. &.A.M., of Washington, D.C., as a courtesy for Malta Lodge No. 465, F. & A.M. of Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Lyndon Baines Johnson 1908-1973. 36th President, 1963 - 1969. Entered Apprentice degree Johnson City Lodge No. 561, Johnson City, Texas October 30, 1937. Did not advance.


Dewey, Thomas E. - New York
Governor Dole, Bob - former U.S. Senator/Majority Leader, Kansas; Russell Lodge No. 177, Kansas
Goldwater, Barry - Former Senator from Arizona Humphrey, Hubert H. - Vice President of the United States
McGovern, George - Senator from South Dakota
Stassen, Harrold E. - Minnesota Governor; Fellowship Shekinah Lodge No. 257, St. Paul, MN; 33º, Grand Cross A.A.S.R.,
S.J. Wallace, Governor George C. - Presidential Candidate who was nearly assassinated


Black, Hugo L. - Supreme Court Justice
Blair, Jr., John - Supreme Court Justice
Blatchford, Samuel - Supreme Court Justice
Baldwin, Henry - Supreme Court Justice
Burton, Harold H. - Supreme Court Justice
Byrnes, James F. - Supreme Court Justice
Catton, John - Supreme Court Justice
Clark, Thomas C. - Supreme Court Justice
Clarke, John H. - Supreme Court Justice
Cushing, William - Supreme Court Justice
Devanter, Willis Van - Supreme Court Justice
Douglas, William O. - Supreme Court Justice
Ellsworth, Oliver - Supreme Court Justice
Field, Stephen J. - Supreme Court Justice
Harlan, John M. - Supreme Court Justice
Jackson, Robert H. - Supreme Court Justice
Lamar, Joseph E. - Supreme Court Justice
Marshall, John - Chief Justice U.S. Supreme Court 1801 - 1835
Marshall, Thurgood - Supreme Court Justice
Mathews, Stanley - Supreme Court Justice
Minton, Sherman - Supreme Court Justice
Moody, William H. - Supreme Court Justice
Nelson, Samuel - Supreme Court Justice
Paterson, William - Supreme Court Justice
Pitney, Mahlon - Supreme Court Justice
Reed, Stanley F. - Supreme Court Justice
Rutledge, Wiley B. - Supreme Court Justice
Stewart, Potter - Supreme Court Justice
Swayne, Noah H. - Supreme Court Justice
Todd, Thomas - Supreme Court Justice
Trimble, Robert - Supreme Court Justice
Vinson, Frederick M. - Supreme Court Justice
Warren, Earl - Supreme Court Justice
Woodbury, Levi - Supreme Court Justice
Woods, William B. - Supreme Court Justice



Bryan, Richard
Burns, Conrad
Byrd, Robert
Dirksen, Everett
Douglas, Stephen
Ervin Samual J. Jr, who headed "Watergate" Committee
Glenn, John H. - First American to orbit the earth in a space craft. Member of Concord #688 Concord, Ohio.
Grassley, Charles
Hatfield, Mark
Helms, Jesse
Hollings, Ernest
Johnston, Bennett Jr.
Kemp, Jack - Secretary of HUD, New York; Fraternal Lodge No. 625 in Hamburg, NY, Quarterback for Buffalo Bills
Lott, Trent
Nunn, Sam
Simpson, Alan
Thomas, Craig


Aldrin, Edwin E. "Buzz" Astronaut; second man on the moon, Montclair Lodge No. 144 New Jersey.
Allen, Ethan - General, Revolutionary War; Windsor, Vermont
Arnold, Gen. Henry "Hap" - Commander of the Army Air Force during World War II
Bradley, Omar N. - Five Star General of the Army, World War II, U.S.
Byrd, Richard E. Admiral - Arctic & Anarctic explorer, 1st to fly over North Pole
Cooper, Gordon "Gordo" - Astronaut
Chenault, Claire L. - World War II General
Clark, Mark - World War II General, European Theater
Doolittle, James - General, famous World War II Air Force Pilot
Farragut, Admiral David G. (First Admiral of the U.S. Navy)
Grissom, Virgil (Gus) - Astronaut
Irwin, Jim - Astronaut
James, Daniel "Chappie" - General, U.S. Air Force
Jones, John Paul - Founder and First Admiral of the U.S. Navy - St. Bernard Lodge No. 122 (now St. Cuthbert No. 41)
King, Ernest J. - World War II Five Star Admiral, Comander of Pacific Theater
Knox, Henry - Revolutionary War General
Lafayette, Marquis de - Supporter of American Freedom
LaMay, Curtis E. - Air Force General, Commander of Strategic Air Command
Lindbergh, Charles - Aviator
MacArthur, Douglas - Five Star General, Allied Commander in the Pacific in World War II,
“Duty, Honor, Country” Speech
Marshall, George C. - Five Star General, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff World War II, Post war Secretary of State and Architect of the Marshall Plan.
McClellan, General George B. - Army of the Potomac, Presidential candidate against Abe Lincoln, faced General Robert E. Lee at the battle of Antietam and twice Governor of New Jersey.
Montgomery, Richard Major General - Fist General Officer of the Continental Army killed in the Battle for Quebec on Dec 31, 1775.
Murphy, Audie - Most decorated American Soldier of World War II
Peary, Robert E. Admiral - First man to reach the North Pole (1909) - Kane Lodge No. 451, NY
Perry, Matthew Calbraith - Commodore; responsible for opening relations with Japan; Holland Lodge No. 8, New York City
Pershing, John Joseph "Blackjack" - General of the Armies, Commander of the American Expeditionary Force in World War I
Pickett, George E. - Maj. Gen. (CSA), led "Pickett's Charge" at Gettysburg
Pike, Zebulon - Military explorer who discovered Pike's Peak, which is named for him
Rickenbacker, Eddie - Great American Air Force Ace
Ridgeway, Matthew B. - US Military Leader, General who succeeded MacArthur in Korea
Schirra, Wally - Astronaut
Schwartzkopf, Norman - Former U.S. General, Desert Storm commander
Stillwell, Joseph - World War II General
Tirpitz, Alfred Von - German Naval officer responsible for submarine warfare
Wainwright, Johnathon - World War II General, survived Battan Death March



Bradley, Thomas - Mayor of Las Angeles, CA
Carnahan, Melvin - Governor of Missouri
Clinton, DeWitt - Governor of New York
Freeman, Orville - Former Governor of Minnesota and Secretary of Agriculture.
Hawkins, Augustus F. - US Congressman from California
Hoover, J. Edgar - Director of FBI
La Guardia, Fiorella H. - La Guardia Airport, Mayor of New York 1930's and 40's
New, Harry S. - Postmaster General who established Airmail
Poinsett, Joel R. - U.S. Minister to Mexico who developed the Poinsettia
Rangal, Charles B. - U.S. Congressman from New York
Stassen, Harold - Statesman, signer of U.N. Charter
Stokes, Louis - U.S. Congressman from Ohio
Stokes, Carl B. - First Black elected Mayor, Cleveland, Ohio
Thompson, Tommy - Governor of Wisconsin, Secretary of Health and Human Services 2001 -
Young, Andrew - Former Mayor of Atlanta


Desaguliers, Jean-Theophile - Physician. Inventor of the planetarium. 1683-1744.
Jenner, Edward - Inventor - Vaccination
Mayo, Drs. William and Charles - Founded the Mayo Clinic
Menninger, Karl A. - Psychiatrist famous for treating mental illness
Mesmer, Franz Anton 1734-1815 - practiced Mesmerism which led to Hypnotism
Still, Andrew T. - American Physician who devised treatment of Osteopathy
Wootton, Percy, MD - President American Medical Association (1997- )


Cobb, Ty - An original member of the Baseball Hall of Fame
Combs, Earle Bryan - Baseball Hall of Fame
Dempsey, Jack - Sports
Hornsby, Rogers - A member of the Baseball Hall of Fame
Naismith, James - Inventor of Basketball
Palmer, Arnold - Golf Pro


Autry, Gene - Actor
Borgnine, Ernest - Actor
Burns, Robert - The National Poet of Scotland
Casanova - Italian Adventurer, writer and entertainer
Clemens, Samuel L. - Mark Twain - writer
Cohan, George M. - Broadway star
Collodi, Carlo - Writer of Pinocchio
Doyle, Sir Author Conan - Writer - Sherlock Holmes
Fairbanks, Douglas - Silent film actor
Fields, W.C. - Actor
Gable, Clark - Actor
Gibbon, Edward - Writer - Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
Godfrey, Arthur - Actor
Gray, Harold Lincoln - Creator of "Little Orphan Annie
Hardy, Oliver - Actor - Comedian
Hope, Bob - Comedian
Kipling, Rudyard - Writer
Lincoln, Elmo - First actor to play Tarzan of the Apes (1918)
Mix, Tom - U.S. Marshal turned actor. Stared in over 400 western films
Murphy, Audie - Most decorated American Soldier of WWII
Pushkin, Aleksander - Russian Poet
Rogers, Roy - American cowboy and screen star
Rogers, Will - Actor
Scott, Sir Walter - Writer
Sellers, Peter - Actor
Shakespeare, William - Writer
Swift, Jonathan - Wrote Gulliver's Travels
Voltaire - French writer and philosopher
Wallace, Lewis - Wrote "Ben Hur"
Wayne, John - Actor


Basie, William "Count" - Orchestra leader/composer
Berlin, Irving - Entertainer
Clark, Roy - Country Western Star
Dickens, Little Jimmy - Grand Ole Opry Star
Ellington, Duke - Composer, Arranger and Stylist
Jolson, Al - Fame as the first 'talking picture' the Jazz Singer
Lloyd, Harold C. - Entertainer
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus - Composer
Sax, Antoine Joseph - Invented the Saxophone (1846)
Sibelius, Jean - Composer (Finland)
Skelton, Red - Entertainer
Smith, John Stafford - Wrote the music that became the US National Anthem.
Sousa, John Philip - Led the U.S. Marine Band from 1880 - 1892
Stratton, Charles "Tom Thumb" - Entertainer
Tillis, Mel - Country Singer
Whiteman, Paul - "King of Jazz"


Abbott, Sir John J.C. - Prime Minister of Canada 1891-92
Bennett, Viscount R.B. - Prime Minister of Canada 1930-35
Borden, Sir Robert L. - Prime Minister of Canada 1911-1920
Bowell, Sir Mackenzie - Prime Minister of Canada 1894-96
Churchill, Winston - British Leader
Diefenbaker, John G. - Prime Minister of Canada 1957-63
Edward VII - King of England
Edward VIII - King of England who abdicated the throne in less than 1 year
George VI - King of England during W.W. II
MacDonald, Sir John A. - Prime Minister of Canada 1867-73 & 1878-91
Nunn, Sam - U.S. Senator
Wallace, Governor George C. - Presidential Candidate who was nearly assassinated


Aldrin, Edwin E. - Astronaut
Glenn, John H. - First American to orbit the earth in a space craft
Grissom, Virgil - Astronaut


Astor, John Jacob - Fur trader and financier
Austin, Stephen F. - Father of Texas, Louisiana Lodge No. 109, St. Genevieve, Missouri.
Blair, John - Signer US Constitution
Bougainville, Louis-Antoine - Navigator.1729-1811
Bowie, James - Died at the Alamo
Brant, Joseph - Chief of the Mohawks 1742 - 1807
Brearley, David - Signer US Constitution
Burbank, Luther - Pioneering botanist
Burnett, David G. - 1st President of the Republic of Texas
Carson, Christopher "Kit" - Frontiersman, scout and explorer; Montezuma Lodge No. 109,
New Mexico.
Clark, William - Explorer (Lewis and Clark)
Clemens, Samuel L. - Mark Twain - writer
Cody, William F. "Buffalo Bill" - Indian fighter, Wild West Show
Colt, Samuel - Firearms inventor
Crockett, David - American Frontiersman and Alamo fame
Dayton, Jonathan - Signer US Constitution
Dubois, W.E.B. - Educator/Author/Historian
Ellery, William - One of nine Masonic signers of the Declaration of Independence
Fitch, John - Inventor of the Steamboat
Fuller, Alfred (Fuller Brush)
Fulton, Robert - Inventor of 1st Submarine and Steam powered warship
Gatling, Richard J. - Built the "Gatling Gun"
Hall, Prince - Founded African Lodge in U.S. African Lodge is the Grandfather of Prince Hall Masonry.
Henry, Patrick - Patriot
Henson, Mathew - Explorer
Henson, Josiah - Inspired the novel "Uncle Tom's Cabin"
Houston, Sam - 2nd and 4th President of the Republic of Texas
Jones, Anson - 5th President of the Republic of Texas
Key, Francis Scott - Wrote U.S. National Anthem
Livingston, Robert - Co-Negotiator for purchase of Louisiana Territory
Lewis, Meriwether - Explorer (Lewis and Clark)
Lamar, Mirabeau B. - 3rd President of the Republic of Texas
Lindbergh, Charles - Aviator. First solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean - member of Keystone Lodge No. 243, St. Louis, MO
Marshall, James W. - Discovered Gold at Sutter's Mill California 1848
McHenry, James - Signer of the U.S. Constitution - Spiritual Lodge No. 23, Maryland
Revere, Paul - Famous Midnight Ride - Grand Master of Massachusetts
Rush, Benjamin - one of nine Masonic signers of the Declaration of Independence.
Stanford, Leland - California pioneer - Drove the golden spike linking the intercontinetal railroad and founded Stanford University
Travis, Colonel William B. - died at Alamo
Wright, Orville and Wilber - Inventors of Airplane



Benjamin Franklin - 1 of 13 Masonic signers of Constitution of the U.S. member of St. John's Lodge, Tun Tavern, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Past Provincial Grand Master of Pennsylvania

Elbridge Gerry, member of Philanthropic Lodge, Marblehead, Massachusetts.

John Hancock, made a Master Mason, at the age of 23, in 1760, in Merchants Lodge No. 1, Quebec City, the first civilian Lodge established in Canada after the Conquest. In 1763, he went to Boston, Massachusetts, where he affiliated with St. Andrew's Lodge.

William Hooper, member of Hanover Lodge, Masonborough, North Carolina.

Richard Stockton, charter member, and first Master of St. John's Lodge, Princeton, New Jersey.

Matthew Thornton, made a Mason in a Lodge attached to a British Regiment of Foot during the Siege of Louisburg, Canada, in 1745, serving in a New Hampshire Colonial Regiment as a surgeon. Baron Von Steuben, while at Valley Forge, is said to have conferred the higher Degrees on him and to have been the only Signer who attained the 32nd Degree of the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite.

George Walton, member of Solomon's Lodge No. 1, Savannah, Georgia.

William Whipple, member of St. John's Lodge No. 1, Portsmouth, New Jersey.

The following named Signers have been referred to as members of the Fraternity by various Masonic writers, and in Masonic publications, but their Lodge affiliation is not known:

Roger Sherman, claimed to have been made a Mason prior to the American Revolution. A Masonic Apron said to be worn by him is in the collection at Yale University.

Josiah Bartlett, one so named is listed as a charter member of King Solomon's Lodge, Charlestown, Massachusetts. Descendants, however, say he was not a member of the Craft. There is doubt that this Bartlett is the signer, and records of the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts do not show his Lodge affiliation.

Philip Livingston, often referred to as a Mason, but this is open to debate. Records of the Grand Lodge of New York did not disclose his name. Several members, named Livingston, are noted in the records of Holland Lodge No. 8, New York City, New York.

Joseph Hewes. Records of Unanimity Lodge No. 7, Edenton, North Carolina, show his name as a visitor on St. John's Day, December, 1776.

Robert Treat Paine, member of a Massachusetts Lodge. The Grand Lodge of Massachusetts records do not show his affiliation He was said to be present at the celebration of St. John's Day, Grand Lodge of Massachusetts, in June, 1759.

Thomas McKean, noted as a frequent visitor to Perseverance Lodge No. 2l, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The McKean genealogy has stated he was a Mason, although his name is not found on the records of the Grand Lodge of Delaware, which was not organized until the close of the American Revolution. A brother, Samuel McKean, was a member of the Fraternity.

John Penn, known to have attended Lodges in North Carolina, but his Masonic affiliation is not known.

Lyman Hall, claimed to have been a member of Solomon's Lodge No. 1, Savannah, Georgia.

William Ellery, claimed as a member of a Lodge in Boston, Massachusetts.

Thomas Nelson, Jr., claimed to have visited Lodge No. 9, Yorktown, Virginia, after the Siege of that place was lifted in the Revolutionary War, accompanied by Lafayette and Washington.

Absence of definite proof of the Masonic affiliation of the Signers named in the foregoing paragraphs, precludes the possibility of knowing. This is also the case with Thomas Jefferson; John Adams; Benjamin Rush, Robert Morris; John Witherspoon; George Wythe; Francis Lightfoot Lee; Richard Henry Lee, and others. Caesar Rodney, of Delaware fame, had a son Caesar Augustus Rodney - a member of the Craft. George Read, another Signer from Delaware, had a son - George M. Read - who was Grand Master of Pennsylvania. Samuel Huntington had a son who was Grand Master of Ohio.


Balfour, Lloyd - Jewelry
Bartholdi, Frederic A. - Designed the Statue of Liberty
Baylor, Robert E. B. - Founder Baylor University
Beard, Daniel Carter - Founder Boy Scouts
Bell, Lawrence - Bell Aircraft Corp.
Borglum, Gutzon & Lincoln - Father and Son who carved Mt. Rushmore
BuBois, W.E.B. - Educator/scholar
Calvo, Father Francisco - Catholic Priest who started Freemasonry in Costa Rica 1865
Chrysler, Walter P. - Automotive fame
Citroen, Andre - French Engineer and motor car manufacturer
Desaguliers, John Theophilus - Inventor of the planetarium
Dow, William H. - Dow Chemical Co.
Drake, Edwin L - American Pioneer of the Oil industry
Dunant, Jean Henri - Founder of the Red Cross
Ervin Jr, Samual J. - Headed "Watergate" committee
Faber, Eberhard - Head of the famous Eberhard Fabor Pencil Company
Fisher, Geoffrey - Archbishop of Canterbury 1945 - 1961
Fitch, John - Inventor of the Steamboat
Fleming, Sir Alexander - Invented Penicillin
Ford, Henry - Pioneer Automobile Manufacturer
Gatling, Richard J. - Built the "Gatling Gun"
Gilbert, Sir William S. - Was the libretti for "Pirates of Penzance"
Gillette, King C. - Gillette Razor Co.
Grock - Swiss Circus Clown
Guillotin, Joseph Ignace - Inventor of the "Guillotin"
Hedges, Cornelius - "Father" of Yellowstone National Park
Henson, Josiah - Inspired the novel "Uncle Tom's Cabin"
Hilton, Charles C. - American Hotelier
Hoban, James - Architect for the U.S. Capital
Hoe, Richard M. - Invented the rotary press, revolutionizing newspaper printing
Hoover, J. Edgar - Director of FBI
Houdini, Harry - Magician
Jenner, Edward - Inventor - Vaccination
Jones, Melvin - One of the founders of the Lions International
Lake, Simon - Built first submarine successful in open sea.
Land, Frank S. - Founder Order of DeMolay
Lipton, Sir Thomas - Tea
Marshall, James W. - Discovered Gold at Sutter's Mill California 1848
Mayer, Louis B. - Film producer who merged to form Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
Mayo, Dr. William and Charles - Began Mayo Clinic
Maytag, Fredrick - Maytag
Menninger, Karl A. - Psychiatrist famous for treating mental illness
Michelson, Albert Abraham - Successfully measured the speed of light in 1882
Montgolfier, Jacques Etienne - Co-developer of the first practical hot-air balloon
New, Harry S. - Postmaster General who established Airmail
Newton, Joseph Fort - Christian Minister
Olds, Ransom E. - American automobile pioneer
Otis, James - Famous for "Taxations without Representation is Tyranny"
Papst, Charles F. - Coined the term "Athletes Foot"
Peale, Norman Vincent - Founder of "Guidepost"
Penney, James C. - Retailer
Poinsett, Joel R. - U.S. Minister to Mexico who developed the flower: Poinsettia
Pullman, George - Built first sleeping car on train.
Ringling Brothers - All 7 brothers and their father were Masons.
Salten, Felix - Creator of Bambi
Sarnoff, David - Father of TV.
Schoonover, George - Founder of "The Builder"
Stanford, Leland - Drove the gold spike linking the intercontinental railroad
Stanford, Leland - Railroads & Stanford University
Still, Andrew T. - American Physician who devised treatment of Osteopathy
Teets, John W. - Chairman and President of Dial Corporation
Thomas, Dave - Founder of Wendy's Restaurant
Thomas, Lowell - Brought Lawrence of Arabia to public notice
Wadlow, Robert Pershing - Tallest human on record being almost 9 feet tall
Warner, Jack - Warner Brothers Fame
Webb, Matthew - First man to swim the English Channel (1875)
Wyler, William - Director of "Ben Hur"
Zanuck, Darryl F. - Co-founder of 20th Century Productions in 1933
Ziegfeld, Florenz - His Ziegfeld's Follies began in 1907


Abbott, Sir John J.C. - Prime Minister of Canada 1891-92
Miguel Aleman (Mexican President 1947-52)
Allende, Salvador - Former President of Chile, Lodge Progresso No. 4, Valpariso
Emilio Aguinaldo (Phillippine Patriot and General)
Ataturk, Mustapha Kemal, Former President of Turkey 1923-1938
Barclay, E-J. - President of Liberia in 1930 - 1941. Depute-Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Liberia in 1930
Barrientos, Rene. - 1925-1969. President of Bolivie 1964
Batista, Mariano. 1832-1907. - President of Bolivia in 1892.
Benes, Eduard - President of Czechoslovakia 1935-1938. Lodge Ian Amos Komensky No. 1, Prague and Lodge Pravda Vitezi
Bennett, Viscount R.B. - Prime Minister of Canada 1930-35
Bertrand, Francisco - 1870-1926 President of Honduras.
Sveinn Bjornsson (1st President of Iceland)
Bolivar, Simon. 1783-1830 - Hero of the Independence of South American countries from Spain. Known as the George Washington of South America.
Bonaparte, Napolean - Military Leader, Emperor of France (and his four brothers) There is serious doubt about Napoleon Bonapart being a Mason among Masonic researchers. His four brothers memberships are well documented.
Bonaparte, Joseph 1768-1844. - King of Naples
Borden, Sir Robert L. - Prime Minister of Canada 1911-1920
Botha, Pik - Former Foreign Minister of South Africa
Bowell, Sir Mackenzie - Prime Minister of Canada 1894-96
Brant, Joseph - Chief of the Mohawks 1742 - 1807
King Charles XIII (King of Sweden 1748-1818)
Churchill, Winston, Sir. 1874-1965. - Former Prime Minister Member of the Studholme Lodge 1591, of London.
Diefenbaker, John G. - Prime Minister of Canada 1957-63
Doumer, Paul - President of France
Doumergue, Gaston - President of France
Edward VIII - King of England who abdicated the throne in less than 1 year
Edward VII - King of England
Frederic II - King of Prussia
Frederick the Great, King of Prussia 1740-86
Francis I Holy Roman Emperor, 1745-65.
Francis II Holy Roman Emperor, 1768-1806.
Frederic VII - King of Denmark. 1806-1863.
Garibaldi, Giuseppe. 1807-1882. - Deputy of Rome.
George VI - King of England during W.W. II MORE
Georges II 1895-1952. - King of Greece
Gustave V - King of Sweden 1907 - 1950.
Gustavus VI Adolphus (King of Sweden 1792-1809)
Joffre 1852-1931 - Marshall of France.
Kamehemeha IV King of Hawaii (1854-63).
Kemehemeha V King of Hawaii (1863-72).
Lafayette, Marquis de - French Supporter of Amerian Freedom
Leopold I - King of Belgium (1831-65)
MacDonald, Sir John A. - Prime Minister of Canada 1867-73 and 1878-91
Mitterand, Alexandre - President of France
Peter the Great (Emperor of Russia 1689-1725)
Tirpitz, Alfred Von 1849-1930 - German Naval officer responsible for submarine warfare
William I (King of Prussia 1861- 88)
William II (King of the Netherlands (1792-1849)
William IV (King of England (1830-37)




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Brother Chris Thorson

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