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Encyclopedia > List of Freemasons
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Freemasonry
Freemason

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Freemasonry · Grand Lodge · Masonic Lodge · Masonic Lodge Officers · Prince Hall Freemasonry · Regular Masonic jurisdictions
“Freemasons” redirects here. ... Image File history File links Square_compasses. ... “Freemasons” redirects here. ... A Grand Lodge, or Grand Orient, is the usual governing body of Craft, or Blue Lodge, Freemasonry in a particular jurisdiction. ... In most areas of the world Masons gather together in Masonic Lodges to work the three degrees of Freemasonry: 1° = Entered Apprentice 2° = Fellow Craft 3° = Master Mason Blue Lodge is used to specify the basic Masonic Lodge granting the first three degrees and to differentiate it from other Masonic... This article relates to mainstream Craft Freemasonry, sometimes known in America as Blue Lodge Freemasonry. Every Masonic Lodge appoints Masonic Lodge Officers to execute the necessary functions of the lodges life and work. ... Prince Hall Freemasonry derives from historical events which led to a tradition of separate, predominantly African-American, Freemasonic fraternal organization in North America. ... This article deals with organization in Craft or Blue Lodge Freemasonry. ...


History
History of Freemasonry · Liberté chérie · Masonic manuscripts
The History of Freemasonry studies the development, evolution and events of the fraternal organization known as Freemasonry. ... Memorial of the KZ Esterwegen close-up Liberté chérie was the only known Masonic Lodge to be founded in a Nazi concentration camp during the Second World War. ... This box:      There are a number of manuscripts that are historically important in the development of Freemasonry. ...

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This is a list of notable Freemasons. Freemasonry is a fraternal organisation which exists in a number of forms worldwide. Throughout history some members of the fraternity have made no secret of their involvement, while others have not made their membership public. In some cases, membership can only be proven by searching through the fraternity's records. Such records are most often kept at the individual Lodge level, and may be lost due to fire, flood, deterioration , or simple carelessness. Grand Lodge governance may have shifted or reorganized, resulting in further loss of records on the member or the name, number, location or even existence of the Lodge in question. In areas of the world where Masonry has been suppressed by governments, records of entire Grand Lodges have been destroyed. Because of this, masonic membership can sometimes be difficult to verify. “Freemasons” redirects here. ... In most areas of the world Masons gather together in Masonic Lodges to work the three degrees of Freemasonry: 1° = Entered Apprentice 2° = Fellow Craft 3° = Master Mason Blue Lodge is used to specify the basic Masonic Lodge granting the first three degrees and to differentiate it from other Masonic... A Grand Lodge, or Grand Orient, is the usual governing body of Craft, or Blue Lodge, Freemasonry in a particular jurisdiction. ...


Standards of "proof" for those on this list may vary widely; some figures with no verified Lodge affiliation are claimed as Masons if anecdotal evidence suggests they were familiar with the "secret" signs and passes, but other figures are rejected over technical questions of irregularity in the Lodge that initiated them. Where available, specific Lodge membership information is provided; where serious questions of verification have been noted by other sources, this is indicated as well.

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1° 18th June, 1867, at a specially convened meeting of the Lodge of the Pyramids, Alexandria, Egypt[2]

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Grand Master of Virginia from 1778 to 1784 [20]
Initiated: Cadiz, Spain [29]
Joined Scottish Rite, 1807[29]
Founder, Lodge Order and Liberty No. 2, Peru, 1824[24][29]
1° 1880 St. Andrew’s Lodge No. 1
Initiated December 1l, 1816
Worshipful Master of Lancaster Lodge No. 43, Lancaster, PA 1822-1823
District Deputy Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania 1824 [18]

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August 27, 1862
August 27, 1862
August 28, 1862 [38]

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Former Master, Chelsea Lodge, England (resigned) [3]
Founding Master of British Forces Foundation (Lodge) No. 9725 [3]
Grand Master of Masons in Georgia from 1843 until his death in Greensboro on May 6, 1856. [47]

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Past Master (later, Secretary) of Sancta Maria Lodge No. 2682
Past Master (later, Treasurer) of Misericordia Lodge No. 3286, 1935
Past Junior Grand Warden, Senior Grand Deacon 1942
Grand Warden, 1948 UGLE
Received the Distinguished Service Citation of the Grand Lodge of New York, USA.[57]
Initiated September 30, 1949, Malta Lodge No. 465, Grand Rapids, Michigan
Passed to Fellowcraft April 20, 1951 Columbia Lodge No. 3, Washington, DC, courtesy to Malta Lodge No. 465, Grand Rapids, MI
Raised a Master Mason May 18, 1951 Columbia Lodge No. 3, Washington, DC, courtesy to Malta Lodge No. 465, Grand Rapids, MI [18]

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1° November 19, 1861, Magnolia Lodge, No. 20, Columbus, Ohio
3° November 22, 1864 in Columbus Lodge No. 30, Columbus, Ohio
Affiliated with Garrettsville Lodge No. 246, Garrettsville, Ohio October 10, 1866
Chaplain Garrettsville Lodge No. 246, 1868-1869
Petitioners for Lodge Charter, & Charter Member of Pentalpha Lodge No. 23 of Washington, D.C. on May 4, 1869 [18]
Expelled in 1981 (some say 1976) by the Grand Orient of Italy.[63]

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1° June 28, 1901
3° August 27, 1920 [18]

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  • Burl Ives 33°, [17] Magnolia (now Magnolia-La Cumbre) Lodge No. 242, CA

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St. Tammany Lodge No. 1 (A.K.A. Harmony Lodge No. 1), Nashville, Tennessee
Grand Master of Masons of Tennessee, October 7, 1822 until October 4, 1824 [18]
Initiated May 5, 1851 [18]
Founder of Lions Clubs International [24]
  • Benito Juarez, President of Mexico. Rito Nacional Mexicano de la Logia Independiente, No. 02 [18]

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  • David Kalakaua, King of Hawaii, 1874-91. Lodge Le Progress de l'Oceanie No. 124 [24]
  • Adolph Knigge, German author [70]
  • Rudyard Kipling, Hope and Perseverance Lodge No. 782. E.C., Lahore, India; founding member, The Builders of the Silent Cities Lodge No. 12, St. Omer, France, F.R.[71]

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  • Joseph Lamar, Associate Justice (1888-1893), Webb Lodge No. 166 F.& A.M., Augusta, Georgia [20]
Senior Warden of Webb Lodge #166 in 1885 [20]

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Grand Master of Virginia from 1793-1795 [20]
demitted in 1856 [20]
1° Hiram Lodge No. 21, Winchester, Virginia May 1, 1865
Affiliated Canton Lodge No. 60, Canton, Ohio August 21, 1867
Demitted from same to become a...
Charter Member of Eagle Lodge No. 431, Canton, Ohio (a.k.a. William McKinley Lodge [18]
Initiated: November 9, 1775
Other Lodge records lost [18]
1° Zur Wohltätigkeit (Charity) Lodge, December 14, 1784
2° "Zur wahren Eintracht" (True Harmony) Lodge, January 7, 1785 (as "courtesy work" to home Lodge).
3° April 22, 1785
Composed several pieces of Masonic ritual music, the first at age 11.[79]
1° Zur Wohltätigkeit (Charity) Lodge, April 6, 1785
2° Zur Wohltätigkeit (Charity) Lodge, April 16, 1785
3° Zur Wohltätigkeit (Charity) Lodge, April 22, 1785

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Honored as Supreme Temple Architect 1995 [17]

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Initiated June 5, 1820. [18]
1° Lodge Ovid, 1821 [24]

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1° November 9, 1876
2° May 8, 1877
3° January 9, 1878
Excluded: October 1, 1880
All at Pilger Loge No. 238, UGLE[91]
Grandmaster of Rite of Memphis-Misraïm, 1913[91]
1° in Riviera Lodge No. 780 in Pacific Palisades, California, December 17, 1998 [92]
2° March 25, 1999 [92]
3° May 20, 1999 [92]
3° proficiency 1999 [92]
Affiliated with Culver City-Foshay Lodge No. 467 in Culver City, California in 1999 [92]
Southern California Research Lodge [93]
Life Member, Los Angeles Scottish Rite Valley [93]
Life Member, Scottish Rite Research Society [93]
Knight Commander of the Court of Honour, 1999 [93]
1° October 11, 1911, Holland Lodge No. 8.
First Honorary Grand Master of the Order of DeMolay, April 13, 1934 [18]
1° Matinecock Lodge No. 806, Oyster Bay, New York January 2, 1901 [18]

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1° 9 July 1901 at Navy Lodge No. 2612
2° 2 November 1911, at Guild of Freemen Lodge No. 3525 (UGLE)
3° 30 May 1913 at Guild of Freemen Lodge No. 3525 [100]
1° Suomi Lodge No. 1, August 18, 1922
He wrote several pieces of interest to Masons including "Praising Hymn" and the "Ode to Fraternity."
1° May 7, 1818 in Ontario Lodge No. 23[104]

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"Mason at sight" inside Kilwinning Lodge No. 356, OH, February 18, 1909 by Grand Master Charles S. Hoskinson [18] [20]
Worshipful Master, Union Lodge No. 16 F.& A.M., Paris, Kentucky [20]
1° February 9, 1909
Worshipful Master, Grandview Lodge No. 618, Grandview, Missouri
Past Grand Master of Missouri, 1940-1941 [17]
Honorary Grand Master of the International Supreme Council, Order of DeMolay, May 18, 1959 [18]
  • Mark Twain, American author. Polar Star Lodge No. 79, A.F.& A.M., St. Louis, Missouri.
1° May 22nd, 1861
2° June 12th, 1861
3°July 10, 1861
Suspended for non-payment of dues and later reinstated April 24th, 1867. Demitted October 1867, but recorded as having visited Carson City Lodge U.D. in February and March of 1868. [109]

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Grand Master of California 1935 to 1936 [20]
Potentate of Aahmes Shrine [20]
  • George Washington Past Master, Alexandria Lodge No. 22, Virginia. General, Politician, First American President [111]
  • John Wayne, Marion McDaniel Lodge No. 56, Tucson, Arizona
Glendale DeMolay Chapter (during high school)
awarded the DeMolay Legion of Honor in 1970
1° July 9, 1970 Marion McDaniel Lodge No. 56
2° July 10, 1970 Marion McDaniel Lodge No. 56
3° July 11, 1970 Marion McDaniel Lodge No. 56
December 1970, he joined the York Rite Bodies in California
Shriner, Al Malaikah Shrine Temple[112]
"adopted" May 18, 1691[118]

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1° Lodge of Integrity No. 189 (later 163) Manchester, October 25, 1854[119]
Affiliated with Fidelity Lodge No. 623 April 27, 1855[119]
Worshipful Master of Fidelity Lodge No. 623, Dunkinfield, 1857[119]
Expelled from the Ancient and Accepted Rite[119]
Demitted (from all regular Freemasonry), 1862[119]

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