FAMOUS MASONS
An organization is judged by the company it keeps.
Ever wonder what kind of person becomes a Mason?


The following list represents a sampling of Masons
who are well known to the general public, both locally and internationally.

George Washington


AUSTRALIAN PRIME MINISTERS


BUSINESS LEADERS

CANADIAN PRIME MINISTERS


ENTERTAINERS


INVENTORS/DESIGNERS/FOUNDERS


KINGS OF ENGLAND


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Allen,
Ethan
General, Revolutionary War; Windsor, Vermont
Arnold,
General Henry "Hap"
Commander of the Army Air Force - Union Lodge No. 7, Junction City, MO
Barry,
John
the Father of the American Navy - Old Lodge No. 2, Philadelphia
Bonaparte
Jerome,
Joseph,
Louis,
Lucien.
All brothers of Napoleon, but not the great Emperor himself.
Bradley,
Omar N.
General, U.S. Army; West Point Lodge No. 877, Highland Falls, NY
Doolittle,
James
General, famous Air Force Pilot
Farragut,
David G.
Admiral in U.S. Civil War - Naval Lodge No. 87, Mare Island
Garibaldi,
Giuseppe
The "George Washington" of Italy - Tompkinsville Lodge No. 471, Staten Island, NY; Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Palermo
Herkimer,
Nicholas
Brigadier General, American Revolution - St. Patricks Lodge No. 8, Johnstown, NY
Jackson,
Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall"
General in Confederate Army
Jones,
John Paul
Founder and first admiral of the U.S. Navy - St. Bernard Lodge No. 122 (now St. Cuthbert No. 41), Kirkudbright, Scotland
Kitchener,
Lord Horatio Herbert
PM British Union Lodge No. 114, Ipswich, England, and La Concordia Lodge, Cairo, UGLE
Knox,
Henry
First U.S. Secretary of War - St. Johns Regimental Lodge, Morristown, NJ
MacArthur,
General Douglas
Commander of Armed Forces in Philillines - Manila Lodge No. 1, Manila, Philippines; Made a Mason "at sight" in the Philippines and became 32 degree in Manilla and life member of the Nile Shrine Temple, Seattle, WA
Marshall,
George C.
5 star American General. Made a Mason "at sight" by the Grand Lodge of the District of Columbia.
McClellan,
George B.
General, Union Army
Murphy,
Audie
most decorated American Soldier of WWII; North Hollywood Lodge No. 542, CA
Perry,
Matthew Calbraith
Commodore; responsible for opening relations with Japan; Holland Lodge No. 8, New York City
Pershing,
John Joseph
"Blackjack"
General - Lincoln Lodge No. 19, Lincoln, NE
Pickett,
George E.
Maj. Gen. (CSA), led "Pickett's Charge" at Gettysburg - Blandford Lodge, Petersburg, VA Rickenbacker, Eddie - great American Air Force Ace; Kilwinning Lodge No. 297, MI
Scott,
Winfield
Dinwiddlie Lodge No. 23, Virginia Stark, John - Major General in U.S. Revolution War, "Green Mountain Boys" - Masters Lodge No. 2, Albany, NY
Steuben,
Baron von
Prussian-American general of the American revolutionary army
Wainwright,
Jonathan M.
American General of the Bataan Peninsula - Union Lodge No. 7, Junction City, KS
Wayne,
Anthony
"Mad Anthony"

PIONEERS/EXPLORERS


POLITICAL LEADERS


SPORTS


WRITERS


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