List of Freemasons (E–Z)

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This is a list of notable Freemasons. Freemasonry is a fraternal organisation that exists in a number of forms worldwide. Throughout history some members of the fraternity have made no secret of their involvement, while others have not made their membership public. In some cases, membership can only be proven by searching through the fraternity's records. Such records are most often kept at the individual lodge level, and may be lost due to fire, flood, deterioration, or simple carelessness. Grand Lodge governance may have shifted or reorganized, resulting in further loss of records on the member or the name, number, location or even existence of the lodge in question. In areas of the world where Masonry has been suppressed by governments, records of entire grand lodges have been destroyed. Because of this, masonic membership can sometimes be difficult to verify.

Standards of "proof" for those on this list may vary widely; some figures with no verified lodge affiliation are claimed as Masons if reliable sources give anecdotal evidence suggesting they were familiar with the "secret" signs and passes, but other figures are rejected over technical questions of regularity in the lodge that initiated them. Where available, specific lodge membership information is provided; where serious questions of verification have been noted by other sources, this is also indicated.

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The Earl Egerton in Masonic regalia by Jean Marius Rogier

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Walter Fleming in Masonic regalia
Benjamin Franklin in Masonic regalia

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Carl Giers in Masonic regalia

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Prince Hall in Masonic regalia
Warren G. Harding in Shrine fez

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  • Edward Augustus Inglefield (1820–1894), English admiral and Arctic explorer[179]
  • Harry Munroe Napier Hetherington Irving (1905-1993), British chemist and academic. Churchill Lodge and Apollo University Lodge (both UGLE).[162]: 163 
  • Sir Henry Irving (1838–1905), English actor, and first actor to receive a knighthood. Initiated in 1882 in Jerusalem Lodge No 197, London,[180] and a founder of Savage Club Lodge No 2190.[181]
  • James Irwin (1930–1991), American pilot and astronaut, first motor vehicle passenger on the moon. Member of Tejon Lodge No. 104, Colorado.[182][183]
  • Sir Henry Aaron Isaacs (1830-1909), Lord Mayor of London (1889-1890).[184]
  • Burl Ives Ives was a member of the Charleston Chapter of The Order of Demolay and is listed in the DeMolay Hall of Fame. He was also initiated into Scottish Rite Freemasonry in 1927. He was elevated to the 33rd and highest degree in 1987, and was later elected the Grand Cross.

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Andrew Jackson in Masonic regalia by Washington Cooper
Andrew Johnson in Masonic regalia by Carl Giers
Abraham Jonas in Masonic regalia

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Joseph Montfort in Masonic regalia by Nathaniel Dance

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The Duke of Orléans in Masonic regalia by Michel Garnier
Albert Pike in Masonic regalia by Mathew Brady

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Theodor Reuss in Masonic regalia
James Richardson in Masonic regalia
Theodore Roosevelt in Masonic regalia
The Lord Ampthill in Masonic regalia by Raja Ravi Varma

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Wilkins Tannehill in Masonic regalia by Washington Cooper

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George Washington in Masonic regalia by William Williams

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  • Madame de Xaintrailles, (? – ?), Republican heroine of the French Revolution. While wearing the uniform of a major of cavalry, she presented an aide-de-camp's commission to the lodge of Les Freres Aristes. It was resolved that the first degree (not of Adoptive Masonry but of real Masonry) should be conferred on a lady who had displayed the courage and virtues of a man.[1]
  • Emmanuil Xanthos (1772 – 28 November 1852), a founder of the Filiki Eteria.[586][587]

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Archibald Yell in Masonic regalia by Washington Cooper

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All motorcyclists of any experience will remember the famous Grindlay Peerless machine, which was turned out by the firm some years ago and established its reputation when a 400 cc model was the first in this country to do a 100 miles in an hour, thus winning a treasured trophy which has gone unwon for a number of years. At the same time was produced the Grindlay sidecar for motorcycles, this, too enjoyed considerable popularity. So far as his record of civic work goes, Mr. Grindlay has represented Greyfriars Ward without a break for 16 years, being elected in May, 1924, and in this connection he holds another record. Within a few months of his election he was appointed vice-chairman of the Waterworks and Fire Brigade committee, and, successively, he became vice-chairman and chairman then vice-chairman and chairman again, these offices extending over a period of 13 years. Nowadays it is customary for a chairman to retain the position for 3 years only. 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