jewle8417 asked in Arts & HumanitiesHistory · 1 decade ago

who are famous masons free and can you name more?

both masons free

Theodore Roosevelt

Franklin D. Roosevelt


bemay a easy Question but will it give 10 s

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    Abbott, Sir John, J. C. Canadian Prime Minister 1891-1892. Initiated St. Paul's, No. 374, E.R., Montreal, 1847.

    Acuff, Roy. Country Music star and legend. Lodge No. 560 Nashville TN.

    Aldrin, Col. Edwin Buzz. American astronaut and member of the first moon landing. 33 deg. Montclair Lodge No. 144 New Jersey.

    Allende, Salvador. Former President of Chile. Lodge Progresso No. 4, Valpariso, in 1935.

    Anderson, Robert. Brevetted Major General USA, commanded Charleston Harbour at the start of secession. Mercer Lodge No.50 in Trenton NJ in March of 1858, he was the first mason to be raised by the lodge.

    Appleton, Sir Edward Victor. English physicist. Nobel prize for physics 1947. Isaac Newton Lodge, No. 859, Cambridge.

    Armistead, Lewis A. Brigadeer General CSA. Served with Pickett at Gettysburg where he was mortally wounded. Alexandria Washington Lodge No. 22 Virginia.

    Arne, Thomas Augustine. English composer, includes Rule Britannia.

    Arnold, Benedict. Major General and early American Revolution war hero. Eventually changed allegiance and sided with the British, being branded a traitor ever after. Affiliated member of Hiram Lodge No. 1, New Haven CT.

    Ashmole, Elias. Founder member of the Royal Society and became the first known English speculative Mason at Warrington, Lancashire, in 1646.

    Ataturk, Mustapha Kemal. Former President of Turkey 1923-1938. Member of an Italian Lodge, Macedonia Resorta e Veritus.

    Austin, Stephen. "The father of Texas". Louisiana Lodge No. 109, St. Genevieve, Missouri.

    Autry, Gene. Screen western star. Catoosa Lodge No. 185, Catoosa, Oklahoma.

    Badgley, William. Canadian Lawyer, first Dean of the Faculty of Law at McGill University, Montreal. St. Paul's Lodge, No. 374 UGLE, Montreal. Past Provincial Grand Master.

    Bailey, Joseph E. Brilliant Civil Engineer who served in the Civil War. Rose to Maj. General and after retirement was shot and killed serving as a sherrif in Missouri. One of fourteen Union officers who received the Thanks of Congress. Columbia Lodge No. 124 Wisconsin.

    Ballard, Harold. Fiesty owner of Toronto Maple Leafs National Hockey League team. Corinthian No. 481, GRC, Toronto, ON.

    Banda, Dr Hastings Kamuzu. First President of Malawi. (Only because my dad says so).

    Banks, Sir Joseph. Founder of the famous Kew Gardens, Londo. Somerset House Lodge UGLE

    Banks, Nathaniel P. "The fighting politician" Governor of Massachusetts, Civil War Maj. General, Senator and US Marshal. One of fourteen Union officers who received the Thanks of Congress. Monitor Lodge MA.

    Barham, Eugene A. American Admiral and war hero. 33deg. AASR.

    Barnardo, Dr. T. J. Founder of the Barnardo home for orphaned boys. Shadwell Clerke Lodge No. 1910 UGLE.

    Basie, William "Count". American jazz pianist, Wisdom Lodge No. 102 PHA, Chicago and Shriner, New York.

    Beard, Daniel Carter. Founded the Boy Scout movement in United States of America. Mariners Lodge No. 67, New York City.

    Benes, Eduard. President of Czechoslovakia 1935-1938. Lodge Ian Amos Komensky No. 1, Prague and Lodge Pravda Vitezi.

    Bennett, Viscount R. B. Canadian Prime Minister 1930-1935. Miramichi Lodge No. 187, Chatham, NB.

    Berlin, Irving. American songwriter and composer. Shriner and Scottish Rite. Munn Lodge No. 190 New York City.

    Björnsson, Sveinn. First President of Iceland after independence from Denmark. Past Grand Master of Iceland.

    Blanc, Mel. The famous voice behind most of the cartoon caracters including Bugs Bunny. Mid Day Lodge No. 188, Oregon

    Bolivar, Simon. South American liberator. Initiated in Cadiz, Spain. Became involved with Knights Templar and Scottish Rites and founded Order and Liberty Lodge No. 2 in Peru.

    Bonaparte. Jerome, Joseph, Louis & Lucien. All 4 brothers of Napoleon were Masons but not the great Emperor himself.

    Bongo, Omar. President of Gabon. Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Gabon in 1983.

    Borden, Sir Robert L. 12th. Canadian Prime Minister 1911-1920. St. Andrew's Lodge No. 1, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

    Borglum, Gutzon. Sculptor and painter. Most famous for his colossal Mt. Rushmore national memorial in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Howard Lodge No. 35, New York City, serving as W. Master 1910-1911.

    Borglum, Lincoln. Son of Gutzon (previous), finished the above memorial. Battle River Lodge No. 92 South Dakota.

    Borgnine, Ernest. American Actor, Abingdon Lodge No. 48, Abingdon, Virginia.

    Boswell, John. Laird (Lord) of Auchinleck. The earliest recorded non-operative Mason recorded anywhere - 1600 AD, Edinburgh.

    Bowell, Sir Mackenzie. Canadian Prime Minister 1894-1896. St. Lawrence Lodge No. 640 E.R. Montreal, PQ. Affiliated with Belleville Lodge No. 123, Bellville, ON.

    Bowie, James. Famous American frontiersman, died at the Alamo. Humble Cottage Lodge No. 19, Opelousas, Louisiana.

    Bradley, Omar Nelson. American General, chairman - joint chiefs of staff. West Point Lodge No. 877, Highland Falls, New York State.

    Brant, Chief Joseph. Mohawk Chief Thayendanega, of the Six Nations Indians. Hiram's Cliftonian Lodge No. 417 E.R. (M) London, UK.

    Bresslaw, Bernard. British actor and comedian. Chelsea Lodge No.3098 UGLE

    Brodie, Very Reverend RW Bro. Sir Israel, Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregation of the British Commonwealth of Nations. Duke of Sussex Lodge No. 48 G.L of Victoria Australia.

    Bronfman, Samuel. Canadian distiller who merged with Joseph Seagram to form and develop the huge international distilling company. Covenant Lodge No. 108, Quebec

    Brown, John. Militant American abolitionist. Hudson Lodge No. 68, Hudson, Ohio.

    Buchanan, James. 15th President of the USA. W.Master of Lancaster Lodge No. 43, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Past District Deputy Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania.

    Burbank, Luther. American naturalist and horticulturist. Santa Rosa Lodge No. 57, California.

    Burke, Edmund. Irish/English statesman. Great friend to the US colonies. Jerusalem Lodge No. 44, Clerkenwell, London, UK.

    Burns, Robert. Scottish poet. St. David's Lodge No. 174, Tarbolton.

    Bush, Vennevar. Developed the MEMEX concept and much, much more. Richard C. Maclaurin Lodge, for members of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

    Butlin William, W. Bro. Sir "Billy" Founded the chain of Butlins Holiday camps. Heavily involved in charities.

    Byrd, Richard E. American Admiral, aviator and explorer. Federal Lodge No. 1 Washington DC and established Antarctica Lodge No. 777 under the GL of New Zealand.

    Byron, Lord William, Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of England (Moderns) Not the British poet.1747-1751.


    Thats just A - B, for a list A-Z Google "Famous Freemasons" or click on my source, it is a list I created for an American Lodge site, which is continually updated by the Brethren there.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Harry Truman, George Washington.

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  • 1 decade ago

    George Washington, Ben Franklin, History Channel has great shows about them.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Washington, Frederick the Great, Casanova

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    voltaire, gene autry, simon bolivar, general omar m. bradley, president buchanan, winston churchill, bob dole, alexander fleming, president ford, benjamin franklin, president garfield, president harding, j. edgar hoover, burl ives, president jackson, rudyard kipling, jesse jackson, thurgood marshall, john jay, douglas macarthur, president johnson, president mckinley, harpo marx, president monroe, arnold palmer, mozart, president polk, franklin and theodore roosevelt, ernest shackleton, will rogers, roy rogers, paul revere, president taft, joseph smith, red skelton, president truman, and john wayne are some of the most famous, as well as the others listed above.

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  • 4 years ago

    to build fear into humanity, if the illuminati even exist love & true love & unconditional is the answer & just be bold when giving love, when sharing with others=loving others

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  • KJC
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    1 decade ago

    they are called freemasons. i'm sure if you type in freemasons online you will easily find a huge list.

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