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.

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Burns,
Robert
National Poet of Scotland; St. David's Lodge No. 174, Tarbolton, Scotland.
Clemens,
Samuel L.
Mark Twain - Polar Star Lodge No. 79, St. Louis, MO
Collodi,
Carlo
"Pinocchio"
Doyle,
Sir Author Conan
Sherlock Holmes - Phoenix Lodge 257, Southsea Hampshire, UK
Gibbon,
Edward
"Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire" - Lodge of Friendship No. 3, London, UK
Guest,
Edgar A.
Poet; "The Lambskin Apron" - a 33rd Degree Mason.
Kipling,
Rudyard
Hope and Perseverance Lodge No. 782. E.C., Lahore, India
Pushkin,
Alexander
Russian poet; Lodge Ovid, Kischinev Schiller, (Johann Christoph) Friedrich von - German poet, dramatist, philosopher, and historian.
Scott,
Sir Walter
Lodge Saint David, No. 36, Edinburough, Scotland
Shakespeare,
William
Volumes of plays.
Swift,
Johathan
"Gulliver's Travels" - Goat-at-the-Foot-of-the-Haymarket No. 16, Dublin, Ireland
Tolstoi,
Leo
Author
Voltaire
French writer and philosopher - Lodge of the Nine Sisters, Paris, France, Lodge Les Neuf Soeurs (accompanied by Ben Franklin)
Wallace,
Lewis
"Ben Hur"
Wilde,
Oscar
Apollo University Lodge No. 357, Oxford, UK

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