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GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT FREEMASONRY:

Freemasonry is the premier fraternal organization in the world, with lodges in almost every country in the free world. It is open to men of adult age of any color, any religion, nationality or social standing. The only requirement of its members is a belief in a Supreme Being. The goal of Freemasonry is to enhance and strengthen the character of the individual man by providing opportunities for fellowship, charity, education, and leadership based on the three ancient Masonic tenets, Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth.

 

 

Freemasonry has a long and praiseworthy tradition, dating back centuries. The first lodge in North America was the Provincial Grand Lodge of Masons in Massachusetts, organized under the Henry Price, who met at the Bunch of Grapes Tavern in Boston. North American Freemasons have been helping to build better communities ever since. Many of America’s early Patriots were Masons. General Joseph Warren, who gave his life at Bunker Hill and Paul Revere were both Grand Masters of the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. Others are listed below in the "famous Freemasons section".

Quick History of Freemasonry

Although the actual origins of Freemasonry are clouded in the mists of antiquity, it is widely agreed that Masonry dates back to the late fourteenth century and flourished during the middle ages when guilds of Masons traveled throughout Europe building the great gothic cathedrals. Apprentices were taken in and taught the craft by Master Masons who passed on the secrets of the trade. As building declined, the guilds began to accept members who were not actually stone Masons. From these roots evolved Masonry, as we know it today.

Click on the drawing for a larger picture of the Masonic family. ^

 

[ Quote source: Information "located here between the blue lines" is from: Freemasonry from Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved October 19,2005, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freemasonry.] The following is a deriviation from and is used with permission and in accordance with Wikipedia's copyright policy and licensing requirements under the GFDL.  Text in Wikipedia has been released under the GNU Free Documentation License (or is in the public domain), and can therefore be reused only if you release any derived work under the GFDL. This requires that, among other things, you attribute the authors and allow others to freely copy your work.

Ritual and symbols

The Freemasons rely heavily on the architectural symbolism of the medieval operative Masons who actually worked in stone. One of their principal symbols is the square and Compasses, tools of the trade, so arranged as to form a quadrilateral. The square is sometimes said to represent matter, and the compasses spirit or mind. Alternatively, the square might be said to represent the world of the concrete, or the measure of objective reality, while the compasses represent abstraction, or subjective judgment, and so forth (Freemasonry being non-dogmatic, there is no written-in-stone interpretation for any of these symbols). Often the compasses straddle the square, representing the interdependence between the two. In the space between the two, there is optionally placed a symbol of metaphysical significance. Sometimes, this is a blazing star or other symbol of Light, representing Truth or knowledge. Alternatively, there is often a letter G placed there, usually said to represent God and/or Geometry.
The square and compasses are displayed at all Masonic meetings, along with the open Volume of the Sacred Law (or Lore) (VSL). In English-speaking countries, this is usually a Holy Bible, but it can be whatever book(s) of inspiration or scripture that the members of a particular Lodge or jurisdiction feel they draw on—whether the Bible, the Qur'an, or other Volumes. A candidate for a degree will normally be given his choice of VSL, regardless of the Lodge's usual VSL. In many French Lodges, the Masonic Constitutions are used. In a few cases, a blank book has been used, where the religious makeup of a Lodge was too diverse to permit an easy choice of VSL. In addition to its role as a symbol of written wisdom, inspiration, and spiritual revelation, the VSL is what Masonic obligations are taken upon.
Much of Masonic symbolism is mathematical in nature, and in particular geometrical, which is probably a reason Freemasonry has attracted so many rationalists (such as Voltaire, Fichte, Goethe, George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Mark Twain and many others). No particular metaphysical theory is advanced by Freemasonry, however, although there seems to be some influence from the Pythagoreans, from Neo-Platonism, and from early modern Rationalism.
In keeping with the geometrical and architectural theme of Freemasonry, the Supreme Being (or God, or Creative Principle) is sometimes also referred to in Masonic ritual as the Grand Geometer, or the Great Architect of the Universe (GAOTU). Freemasons use a variety of labels for this concept in order to avoid the idea that they are talking about any one religion's particular God or God-like concept.
 

Degrees

There are three initial degrees of Freemasonry:

  • Entered Apprentice
  • Fellow Craft
  • Master Mason

As one works through the degrees, one studies the lessons and interprets them for oneself. There are as many ways to interpret the rituals as there are Masons, and no Mason may dictate to any other Mason how he is to interpret them. No particular truths are espoused, but a common structure—speaking symbolically to universal human archetypes—provides for each Mason a means to come to his own answers to life's important questions. Especially in Europe, Freemasons working through the degrees are asked to prepare papers on related philosophical topics, and present these papers in an open Lodge, where others may judge the suitability of the candidates' ascension through the higher degrees.


History of Freemasonry -

Main article: History of Freemasonry

Freemasonry has been said to be an institutional outgrowth of the medieval guilds of stonemasons (1), a direct descendant of the "Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and the Temple of Solomon in Jerusalem" (the Knights Templar) (2), an offshoot of the ancient Mystery schools (1), an administrative arm of the Priory of Sion (3), the Roman Collegia (1), the Comacine masters (1), intellectual descendants of Noah (1), and many other various and sundry origins. Others claim that it dates back only to the late 17th century in England, and has no real connections at all to earlier organizations. These theories are noted in numerous different texts, and the following are but examples pulled from a sea of books:

Much of the content of these books is highly speculative, and the precise origins of Freemasonry may very well be lost in either an unwritten or a created history. It is thought by many that Freemasonry cannot be a straightforward outgrowth of medieval guilds of stonemasons. Amongst the reasons given for this conclusion, well documented in Born in Blood, are the fact that stonemasons' guilds do not appear to predate reasonable estimates for the time of Freemasonry's origin, that stonemasons lived near their worksite and thus had no need for secret signs to identify themselves, and that the "Ancient Charges" of Freemasonry are nonsensical when thought of as being rules for a stonemasons' guild.

Freemasonry is said by some, especially amongst Masons practising the York Rite, to have existed at the time of King Athelstan of England, in the 10th century C.E. Athelstan is said by some to have been converted to Christianity in York, and to have issued the first Charter to the Masonic Lodges there. This story is not currently substantiated (the dynasty had already been Christian for centuries).

A more historically reliable (although still not unassailable) source asserting the antiquity of Freemasonry is the Halliwell Manuscript, or Regius Poem, which is believed to date from ca. 1390, and which makes reference to several concepts and phrases similar to those found in Freemasonry. The manuscript itself refers to an earlier document, of which it seems to be an elaboration.

There is also the Cooke Manuscript, which is said to be dated 1430 and contained the Constitution of German stonemasons(4), but the first appearance of the word 'Freemason' occurs in the Statutes of the Realm enacted in 1495 by Henry VII, however, most other documentary evidence prior to the 1500s appears to relate entirely to operative Masons rather than speculative ones.

1583 is the date of the Grand Lodge manuscript(4), and more frequent mention of lodges is made in documents from this time onwards. The Schaw Statues of 1598-9(4) are the source used to declare the precedence of Kilwinning Lodge in Edinburgh, Scotland over St. Mary's (or Principal) Lodge. As a side note, Kilwinning is called Kilwinning #0 because of this very conundrum. Quite soon thereafter, a charter was granted to Sir William St. Clair (later Sinclair) of Roslin (Rosslyn), allowing him to purchase jurisdiction over a number of lodges in Edinburgh and environs (4), which is the basis of the Templar myth surrounding Rosslyn Chapel.

Another key figure in Masonic history was Elias Ashmole (1617-1692), who was made a Mason in 1646, although Speculative Masons were being admitteed into Lodges as early as 1634. There appears to be a general spread of the Craft during this time, but the next key date is 1717.

In 1717, four Lodges which met, respectively, at the "Apple-Tree Tavern, the Crown Ale-House near Drury Lane, the Goose and Gridiron in St. Paul's Churchyard, and the Rummer and Grapes Tavern in Westminster" in London, England (as recounted in (2)) joined together and formed the first Grand Lodge, the Grand Lodge of England (GLE). The years following saw new Grand Lodges open throughout England and Europe, as the new Freemasonry spread rapidly. How much of this was the spreading of Freemasonry itself, and how much was the public organization of pre-existing secret Lodges, is not possible to say with certainty. The GLE in the beginning did not have the current three degrees, but only the first two. The third degree appeared, so far as we know, around 1725.


Concordant and Appendant Bodies

Freemasonry is associated with several appendant bodies, such as the:

  • Scottish Rite -  The Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite is a worldwide Masonic fraternity. The Scottish Rite is one of the two main branches of Freemasonry in which a Master Mason may decide to join for further exposure to Masonic knowledge. The other main branch is the York Rite. The Scottish Rite claims to build upon the ethical teachings and philosophy of Blue Lodge Masonry through dramatic presentation. To this end, the Rite confers twenty-nine degrees, from the fourth through the thirty-second. Notable members of this order include Albert Pike, Buzz Aldrin, Bob Dole, John Wayne, and Michael Richards.

    The Degrees

    Difficult for non-Masons to comprehend, completion of the first three Masonic degrees represents the attainment of the highest rank in all of Masonry. Any third degree Master Mason stands as an equal before every other Master Mason, regardless of position, class, or degree. For this reason, the higher degrees are sometimes referred to as appendent degrees. Appendent degrees represent a lateral movement in Masonic Education rather than an upward movement.

    The core of the Scottish Rite is a series of 29 degrees, numbered from 4 to 32, which expand upon the morals, teachings, and philosophy of the first three degrees. These are not degrees of rank, but rather degrees of instruction.

    The 33rd degree is an honorary degree in recognition of outstanding service. It is conferred on brethren who have made major contributions to society or to Masonry in general.

    The titles of the degrees are as follows:

    • Blue Lodge or Craft Lodge
    1° Entered Apprentice
    2° FellowCraft
    3° Master Mason
    • Lodge of Perfection        
    4° Secret Master
    5° Perfect Master
    6° Intimate Secretary
    7° Provost and Judge
    8° Intendant of the Building
    9° Elu of the Nine
    10° Elu of the Fifteen
    11° Elu of the Twelve
    12° Grand Master Architect
    13° Royal Arch of Solomon (Knight of the Ninth Arch)
    14° Perfect Elu (Grand Elect, Perfect and Sublime Mason)
    • Rose Croix                       
    15° Knight of the East, of the Sword or the Eagle
    16° Prince of Jerusalem
    17° Knight of the East and West
    18° Knight of the Rose Croix
    • Council of Kadosh           
    19° Grand Pontiff
    20° Master of the Symbolic Lodge
    21° Noachite, or Prussian Knight
    22° Knight of the Royal Axe (Prince of Libanus)
    23° Chief of the Tabernacle
    24° Prince of the Tabernacle
    25° Knight of the Brazen Serpent
    26° Prince of Mercy
    27° Knight Commander of the Temple
    28° Knight of the Sun (Prince Adept)
    29° Scottish Knight of Saint Andrew
    30° Knight Kadosh
    • Consistory                       
    31° Inspector Inquisitor
    32° Master of the Royal Secret
    • Supreme Council              
    33° Inspector General

    Charitable Work

    The Scottish Rite fully operates, and pays for all patient care, for the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children and the Scottish Rite Children's Medical Center in Atlanta, Georgia

 

  • York Rite - The York Rite is one of the two main branches of Freemasonry in the United States which a Master Mason may decide to join for further exposure to Masonic knowledge, the other branch being the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite. Some obediences of the Scottish Rite may confer some of these degrees in countries where the York Rite is not active. The divisions within the York Rite and the requirements for membership differ from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, but the essentials are the same. In all the workings the one requirement is that all applicants be in possession of the third degree, that of Master Mason.

    As in other Masonic bodies, the York Rite uses drama to demonstrate the lessons and special qualities of the degrees and has several various means of identification, such as grips or tokens (handshakes), signs and words.

    The bodies of the York Rite are:
    • Royal Arch Masonry 
    • Cryptic Masonry       
    • Knights Templar         
    • The York Rite Sovereign College
    • Knight of York
    • Order of the Red Cross of Constantine

    Royal Arch Masonry
    The Chapter works the following degrees:

    Mark Master Mason: In some jurisdictions this degree is conferred in a Fellow Craft Lodge, that is, the second degree of the Blue Lodge.
    Past Master (Virtual): this degree is conferred because of the traditional requirement that only Past Masters of a Blue Lodge may be admitted to Holy Royal Arch. Because there are so many applicants for this degree, Virtual Past Master is required to qualify them for it. Much of the secret work is the same given to the new Worshipful Master of a Blue Lodge.
    Most Excellent Master: In this degree the building of King Solomon's Temple which figures so prominently in Craft Masonry, has been completed.
    Holy Royal Arch: Possibly the most beautiful degree in all of Freemasonry. In the UK it is conferred in a 'chapter' attached to a Craft Lodge which is in keeping with an article in the Constitutions of the United Grand Lodge of England. The constitutions describe the Royal Arch being part of ‘pure and ancient Masonry’ this is defined as the three degrees of the Craft viz. Entered Apprentice, Fellow Craft and Master Mason with the additon of the Supreme Order of the Holy Royal Arch.

    Cryptic Masonry
    The Council of Royal and Select Masters is not required for membership in the Commandery that follows, so it is frequently skipped. It is called Cryptic Masonry because a crypt or underground room figures prominently in the degrees. This Body is also called the Cryptic Rite. The degrees are:

    Royal Master
    Select Master
    Super Excellent Master:
    Actually the legend of this degree has nothing to do with a crypt. It is an optional degree.

    Knights Templar

    (This body is called a Commandery in the United States and a Preceptory in Canada) It has three orders:

    • Illustrious Order of the Red Cross Knight of York
    • Order of Malta
    • Order of the Temple, consisting of three portions:
      • Novice
      • Installation
      • Consecration

    The York Rite Sovereign College

    An invitational Masonic body open to members who are members of all four York Rite Bodies and who have shown exceptional proficiency in them. The College confers only one degree:
     

    • Knight of York


    The following is outside the system of degrees of the York Rite, but is considered closely allied to it.

    Order of the Red Cross of Constantine
    The Conclave is an invitational Masonic body open to members of York Rite Masonry and by special dispensation to Sublime Princes of the Royal Secret, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite.

    • Knight of the Red Cross of Constantine
    • Knight of the Holy Sepulchre
    • Knight of Saint John the Evangelist
       

Another large, important body is:   

  • Shriners   - The Shriners,  or Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, are an Order appendant to Freemasonry. Until 2000, one had to complete the Scottish Rite or York Rite degrees of Masonry to be eligible for Shrine membership, but now any Master Mason can join.

    The Shrine was established in New York City in the 1870s as the fun part of the Masonic movement. The group adopted a theme of the Middle East and soon established "Temples" meeting in "Mosques" across the continent. Another Masonic group, the Mysterious Order of the Veiled Prophet of the Enchanted Realm (known colloquially as the "Grotto") had adopted a similar theme in 1890. The theme was the rage at the time and alluded to the mystery and ceremony of the "Arabian Nights" with its elaborate parties and frolic. The basic idea was an organization of fun.

    The Shrine shares the basic requirement with the Freemasons that a petitioner must profess a belief in a supreme being. Therefore, men of countless creeds and nations have joined the fraternity throughout its history. However, the word "Temple" has now been replaced by "Shriners" when refering to the local Shrine Centers. (Example: Mahi Temple is now Mahi Shriners) This is to help the public understand that the Shrine is a men's fraternity rather than a religion or religious group. There are 500,000 Nobles belonging to 191 Shrine Centers in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Panama.
     

The Shriners often participate in local parades riding comedy versions of cars and motorcycles. They are recognizable by their elaborate red fezzes. If one researches further, it will be discovered that the Shrinershave been instrumental in community projects throughout its domain. Countless public projects have been supported by the local Shriners who are committed to community service.

Once a year, the fraternity meets for the Imperial Council Session in a major North American city. It is not uncommon for these conventions to have 20,000 participants or more, which generates a handsome revenue contribution to the local economy.

The Shrine's charitable arm is the Shriners Hospitals for Children, a network of twenty-two hospitals in the United States, Mexico and Canada. They were formed to treat young victims of polio, but as that disease was controlled they broadened their scope. They now deal with all pediatric cases, most especially with orthopedic injuries and disease and the damage caused by burns. The Shrine has pioneered new treatments for these conditions.

There is never any charge for treatment at a Shriners Hospital. There is no requirement for religion, race, or relationship to a Freemason. Patients must be under the age of eighteen and treatable. Local Shrine temples most often provide free transportation to the nearest hospital.

Until 2003–4, the Oscars were held at the Shriners temple/auditorium in Hollywood / Los Angeles. Legendary silent film comedian Harold Lloyd was a Shriner and served as Imperial Potentate in 1949. He did much to promote the fraternity within the entertainment industry.

Some famous Shriners include:

  • Buzz Aldrin

  • Miguel Alemán Valdés

  • Ernest Borgnine

  • Millard F. Caldwell

  • John Diefenbaker

  • Porfirio Diaz

  • Gerald Ford

  • Clark Gable

  • Barry Goldwater

  • Warren G. Harding

  • Hubert Humphrey

  • Jack Kemp

  • Harold Lloyd

  • Douglas MacArthur

  • Sam Nunn

  • Pascual Ortiz-Rubio

  • Arnold Palmer

  • Michael A. Richards

  • Albelardo L. Rodriguez

  • Roy Rogers

  • Will Rogers

  • Franklin D. Roosevelt

  • Red Skelton

  • Dave Thomas

  • Strom Thurmond

  • Harry S. Truman

  • Earl Warren
     

In 2002, a mascot named Fez Head Fred debuted, primarily to visit their children's hospitals.
 

  • Grotto, The Mystic Order of Veiled Prophets of the Enchanted Realm (Grotto)  

  • Tall Cedars of Lebanon                                             

  • Others, all of which tend to expand on the teachings of Craft or Blue Lodge Freemasonry—often with additional so-called higher degrees—while improving their members and society as a whole. The Shrine and Grotto tend to emphasise fun and philanthropy and are largely a North American phenomenon.
    Different jurisdictions vary in how they define their relationship with such bodies, if at all. Some may give them some sort of formal recognition, while others may consider them wholly outside of Freemasonry proper. Not all such bodies will be universally considered as appendant bodies, some being simply considered as more or less separate organizations that happen to require Masonic affiliation for membership. Some of these organizations may have additional religious requirements, compared to Freemasonry proper (or "Craft Masonry"), since they approach Masonic teachings from a particular perspective.
    There are also certain youth organizations (mainly North American) which are associated with Freemasonry, but are not necessarily Masonic in their content, such as the Order of DeMolay (for boys aged 12–21), Job's Daughters (for girls aged 10-20 with proper Masonic relationship) and the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls (for girls 11–20 who have Masonic sponsorship). The Boy Scouts of America is not a Masonic organization, but was first nationally commissioned by Freemason Daniel Carter Beard. Beard exemplified the Masonic ideals throughout the Scouting program

Famous Masons

U.S. Presidents


FAMOUS MASONS- U.S. PRESIDENTS

Buchanan, James - President of the U.S.

Ford, Gerald R. - President of the U.S.

Garfield, James A. - President of the U.S.

Harding, Warren G. - President of the U.S.

Jackson, Andrew - President of the U.S.

Johnson, Andrew - President of the U.S.

McKinley, William - President of the U.S.

Monroe, James - President of the U.S.

Polk, James Knox - President of the U.S.

Roosevelt, Franklin D. - President of the U.S.

Roosevelt, Theodore - President of the U.S.

Taft, William Howard - President of the U.S.

Truman, Harry S. - President of the U.S.

Washington, George - President of US, 1st

Supreme Court Justices


FAMOUS MASONS- SUPREME COURT JUSTICES

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

Military


FAMOUS MASONS- MILITARY

Arnold, General Henry "Hap" - Commander of the Army Air Force

Bradley, Omar N. - Military leader

Byrd, Admiral Richard E. - Flew over North Pole

Doolittle, General James - Famous Air Force Pilot

Jones, John Paul - First Admiral of the U.S. Navy

Lafayette, Marquis de - Supporter of American Freedom

Lindbergh, Charles - Aviator

MacArthur, General Douglas - Commander of Armed Forces in Philillines

Marshall, George - General of the Armies

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 soldier of WW11.

Nicholas, Samuel - Revolutionary War hero and the first Commandant of the Marine Corps.

Peary, Robert E. - First man to reach the North Pole (1909)

Pershing, John Joseph - Decorated American Soldier

Rickenbacker, Eddie - Great American Air Force Ace

Tirpitz, Alfred Von - German Naval officer responsible for submarine warfare

Sports


FAMOUS MASONS- SPORTS

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

Actors\Writers


FAMOUS MASONS- ACTORS/ WRITERS

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

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

Musicians\ Entertainers


FAMOUS MASONS- MUSICIANS/ENTERTAINERS

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

Key, Francis Scott - Wrote U.S. National Anthem

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"

Government Leaders


FAMOUS MASONS- GOVERNMENT LEADERS

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

Astronauts


FAMOUS MASONS- ASTRONAUTS

Aldrin, Edwin E. - Astronaut

Armstrong, Neil - Astronaut

Glenn, John H. - First American to orbit the earth in a space craft

Grissom, Virgil - Astronaut

Early American Pioneers


FAMOUS MASONS- EARLY AMERICAN PIONEERS

Austin, Stephen F. - Father of Texas

Bowie, James - Alamo

Brant, Joseph - Chief of the Mohawks 1742 - 1807

Burnett, David G. - 1st President of the Republic of Texas

Carson, Christopher "Kit" - Frontiersman, scout and explorer

Clark, William - Explorer

Cody, "Buffalo Bill" William - Indian fighter, Wild West Show

Colt, Samuel - Firearms inventor

Crockett, David - American Frontiersman and Alamo fame

Henry, Patrick - Patriot

Houston, Sam - 2nd&4th President of the Republic of Texas

Jones, Anson - 5th President of the Republic of Texas

Lamar, Mirabeau B. - 3rd President of the Republic of Texas

Lewis, Meriwether - Explorer

Livingston, Robert - Co-Negotiator for purchase of Louisiana Territory

Revere, Paul - Famous American

Travis, Colonel William B. - Alamo


 

Signers of the Declaration of Independence


FAMOUS MASONS- SIGNERS OF DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE SIGNERS OF CONSTITUTION OF THE U.S.

Franklin, Benjamin - 1 of 13 Masonic signers of Constitution of the U.S.

Hancock, John - 1of 9 Masonic signers of Declaration of Independence

Other Famous Masons


OTHER FAMOUS MASONS

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 librettis for "Pirates of Penzance"

Gillett, King C. - Gillett 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. Captial

Hoe, Richard M. - Invented the rotory press, revolutinizing 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 successfull 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"

Penny, 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 T.V.

Schoonover, George - Founder of "The Builder"

Stanford, Leland - Drove the gold spike linking the intercontinetal railroad

Stanford, Leland - Railroads & Stanford University

Still, Andrew T. - American Physician who devised treatment of Osteopathy

Teets, John W. - Chairman and Presiden of Dial Corporation

Thomas, Dave - Founder of Wendys Restaurant <;;;;;/p>

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.








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