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.
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|General, Revolutionary War; Windsor, Vermont
General Henry "Hap"
|Commander of the Army Air Force - Union Lodge No. 7, Junction City, MO
|the Father of the American Navy - Old Lodge No. 2,
|All brothers of Napoleon, but not the great Emperor himself.|
|General, U.S. Army; West Point Lodge No. 877, Highland Falls,
|General, famous Air Force Pilot|
|Admiral in U.S. Civil War - Naval Lodge No. 87, Mare Island|
|The "George Washington" of Italy - Tompkinsville Lodge No. 471,
Staten Island, NY; Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Palermo|
|Brigadier General, American Revolution - St. Patricks Lodge No. 8,
|General in Confederate Army|
|Founder and first admiral of the U.S. Navy - St. Bernard Lodge No.
122 (now St. Cuthbert No. 41), Kirkudbright, Scotland|
Lord Horatio Herbert
|PM British Union Lodge No. 114, Ipswich, England, and La Concordia
Lodge, Cairo, UGLE|
|First U.S. Secretary of War - St. Johns Regimental Lodge, Morristown,
|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,
|5 star American General. Made a Mason "at sight" by the Grand Lodge
of the District of Columbia.|
|General, Union Army|
|most decorated American Soldier of WWII; North Hollywood Lodge No.
|Commodore; responsible for opening relations with Japan; Holland
Lodge No. 8, New York City|
|General - Lincoln Lodge No. 19, Lincoln, NE|
|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|
Dinwiddlie Lodge No. 23, Virginia Stark, John - Major General in U.S.
Revolution War, "Green Mountain Boys" - Masters Lodge No. 2, Albany,
|Prussian-American general of the American revolutionary army|
|American General of the Bataan Peninsula - Union Lodge No. 7,
Junction City, KS|
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