Maçons notáveis – C

  • (5 June 1757 – 5 May 1808), French physiologist and philosopher. The bulletin of the 1917 International Masonic Congress in Geneva lists him as a Freemason.
  • William H. Cabell (16 December 1772 – 12 January 1853), 14th Governor of Virginia. Member of George Lodge No. 32, Warminster, Virginia.
  • John L. Cable (15 April 1884 – 15 September 1971), U.S. Representative from Ohio.
  • Charles Wakefield Cadman (24 December 1881 – 30 December 1946), American composer. Member of Albert Pike Lodge No. 484, Los Angeles.
  • Parkes Cadman (18 December 1864 – 12 July 1936), English-born American clergyman, newspaper writer, and pioneer Christian radio broadcaster of the 1920s and 1930s. Member of Independent Royal Arch Lodge No. 2, New York City and was Grand Chaplain of the Grand Lodge of New York for 28 years.
  • John Cadwalader (10 January 1742 – 10 February 1786), Commander of Pennsylvania troops during the American Revolutionary War. Member of Lodge No. 8 in Philadelphia.
  • Thomas Cadwalader (1707 – 1707), Surgeon during the American Revolutionary War. Member of St. John’s lodge of Philadelphia.
  • Alessandro Cagliostro, Sicilian charlatan and occultist
  • 1st Viscount Caldecote (See Thomas Inskip, 1st Viscount Caldecote)
  • William Musgrave Calder I (3 March 1869 – 3 March 1945), U.S. Senator from New York.
  • Harmon White Caldwell (29 January 1899 – 15 April 1977), President of the University of Georgia (UGA) in Athens from 1935 until 1948 and Chancellor of the University System of Georgia from 1948 to 1964. Member of John W. Akin No. 537, Taylorsville, Georgia.
  • Joseph Caldwell (21 April 1773 – 27 January 1835), First president of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Member of Eagle Lodge No. 19 of Hillsborough, North Carolina.
  • Millard Fillmore Caldwell (6 February 1897 – 23 October 1984), U.S. Representative from and 29th Governor of Florida. Member and past master of Santa Rosa Lodge No. 16, Milton, Florida, but was raised in a lodge in Macon, Mississippi.
  • Richard Keith Call (24 October 1792 – 14 September 1862), Third and Fifth territorial governor of Florida. He joined Cumberland Lodge No. 8 at Nashville, Tennessee in 1821 and later of Centerville Lodge No. 18, Leon County, Florida of which he was master in 1851. In 1853 he affiliated with Concordia Lodge No. 28, Gadsden County, Florida. Assisted in the formation of the Grand Lodge of Florida in 1830 and was Grand Master in 1851.
  • Plutarco Elías Calles (25 September 1877 – 19 October 1945), 40th President of Mexico. Member of Helios Lodge in Guaymas Mexico.
  • Charles Alexandre de Calonne (20 January 1734 – 30 October 1802), French Statesman. His lodge is not known, but he is recorded as a visitor to the Loge des Maitres at Amiens, France.
  • Charles Calvert, 5th Baron Baltimore (29 September 1699 – 24 April 1751), British nobleman and Proprietary Governor of the Province of Maryland. Made a Mason about April, 1730 at Goodwood, West Sussex, England.
  • Ralph Henry Cameron (21 October 1863 – 12 February 1953), U.S. Senator from Arizona. Member of Flagstaff Lodge No. 7, Flagstaff, Arizona.
  • Simon Cameron (8 March 1799 – 26 June 1889), U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania and 26th United States Secretary of War. Initiated in Perseverance Lodge No. 21 at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on 12 July 1826 and served as master in 1833.
  • Albert Sidney Camp (26 July 1892 – 24 July 1954), U.S. Representative from Georgia.
  • Alexander William Campbell (4 June 1828 – 13 June 1893), Confederate States Army brigadier general during the American Civil War. Raised in Jackson, Tennessee in June 1858 (lodge name and number not listed in Denslow).
  • Archibald Campbell, 4th Baron Blythswood (25 April 1870 – 14 November 1929), British Peer. Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Scotland from 1926-1929.
  • Doak S. Campbell (16 November 1888 – 23 March 1973), President of Florida State College for Women, as it made the transition from an all-female school under that name to the coeducational Florida State University, between 1941 and 1957. Raised in Buck Range Lodge, Howard County, Arkansas, and later a member of Jackson Lodge No. 1, Tallahassee, Florida. Served as grand orator of the Grand Lodge of Florida.
  • Douglas Lloyd Campbell (27 May 1895 – 23 April 1995), 13th Premier of Manitoba. He was initiated in Assiniboine Lodge No. 7 at Portage la Prairie, Manitoba in 1917 and served as Master in 1922.
  • George Washington Campbell (9 February 1769 – 17 February 1848), U.S. Senator and Representative from Tennessee as well as United States Ambassador to Russia and 5th United States Secretary of the Treasury. He served as master of Greenville Lodge No. 43, Greenville, Tennessee and is also reported to have held offices in three other Tennessee lodges: Knoxville No. 2, Mount Libanus No. 59 and Tennessee No. 41, all of Knoxville.
  • Jacob Miller Campbell (20 November 1821 – 27 September 1888), U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania and officer in the Union Army during the American Civil War. Became a member of Cambria Lodge No. 278 at Johnstown, Pennsylvania on Oct. 26, 1858, but demitted 13 April 1875 to become a charter member of Johnstown Lodge No. 538, serving as first senior warden.
  • James Campbell (1 September 1812 – 27 January 1893), 16th United States Postmaster General. According to Denslow his blue lodge is not known, but he was a member of Harmony Chapter No. 52, Royal Arch Masons of Philadelphia.
  • James Ulysses Campbell (29 August 1866 – 16 July 1937), 25th Chief Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court.
  • John Campbell, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane, British politician, Member of Parliament (1820–1826, 1832–1834), Lord Chamberlain (1848–1852, 1853–1858), Grand Master of Scotland (1824–1826)
  • John Campbell, 4th Earl of Loudoun (5 May 1705 – 27 April 1782), British Peer and General of the British Army during the French and Indian War. Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of England in 1736. First Past Grand Master of England to visit a grand lodge in America, when on 31 January 1757 the Festival of St. John the Evangelist was postponed by the Provincial Grand Lodge in Boston so that he might attend.
  • Sir Malcolm Campbell (11 March 1885 – 31 December 1948), MBE, British Army Officer and racing motorist.
  • Thomas D. Campbell (1882 – 1966, Industrialized corporate farming pioneer. Served as colonel with U.S. Air Corps from 1942 and made brigadier general in 1946. Raised in Acacia Lodge No. 4, Grand Forks, North Dakota, on 29 November 1907.
  • Lord William Campbell (11 July 1730 – 4 September 1778), Younger son of John Campbell, 4th Duke of Argyll. Colonial Governor of both Nova Scotia (1766-1773) and South Carolina (1775)
  • Sir William Campbell (2 August 1758 – 18 January 1834), Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Upper Canada and a resident of Toronto. He was the founder of St. Andrew’s Lodge No. 16 in Toronto.
  • William Bowen Campbell (1 February 1807 – 19 August 1867), U.S. Representative from and 14th Governor of Tennessee. Member of Lebanon Lodge No. 98, Lebanon, Tennessee.
  • Joachim Heinrich Campe (29 June 1746 – 22 October 1818), German writer, linguist, educator and publisher. According to Denslow “he was a learned and zealous Freemason as shown by his correspondence with Gotthold Lessing.”
  • Manuel Camus, Philippine Senator. 12 October 1898, Zetland in the East Lodge No 508 Singapore, under the jurisdiction of the M. W. Grand Lodge of England.
  • Edward Richard Sprigg Canby (9 November 1817 – 11 April 1873), Career United States Army officer and a Union general in the American Civil War. According to Denslow he “was a member of a lodge in the East. His body was escorted under auspices of the Craft to the Masonic Temple at Yreka and afterwards conveyed East where he was buried with Masonic honors.”
  • Allen Daniel Candler (4 November 1834 – 26 October 1910), U.S. Representative from and 58th Governor of Georgia. Member of Gainesville Lodge No. 219, Gainesville, Georgia.
  • Gordon Canfield (15 April 1898 – 20 June 1972), U.S. Representative from New Jersey
  • Ralph Canine (9 November 1895 – 8 March 1969), US Army Officer and first director of the United States’ National Security Agency (NSA). Raised in East Chicago Lodge No. 595, East Chicago, Indiana in 1917.
  • George Canning (11 April 1770 – 8 August 1827), Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 10 April 1827 until his death. Member of Royal Somerset House and Inverness No. 4.
  • Clarence Cannon (11 April 1879 – 12 May 1964), U.S. Representative from Missouri for over 40 years.
  • Joseph Gurney Cannon (7 May 1836 – 12 November 1926), 35th Speaker of the United States House of Representatives. Olive Branch Lodge No. 38 of Danville, Illinois.
  • Newton Cannon (22 May 1781 – 16 September 1841), U.S. Representative from and 8th Governor of Tennessee. Member of Cumberland Lodge No. 8, Nashville.
  • Gheorghe Grigore Cantacuzino, Prime Minister of Romania.
  • James Cantey (30 December 1818 – 30 June 1874), Confederate States Army brigadier general during the American Civil War. Member of Kershaw Lodge No. 29, Camden, South Carolina.
  • Eddie Cantor (c. 21 September 1892 – 10 October 1964), American “illustrated song” performer, comedian, dancer, singer, actor, and songwriter. Member of Munn Lodge No. 190, New York City.
  • Homer Earl Capehart (6 June 1897 – 3 September 1979), U.S. Senator from Indiana.
  • Luigi Capello (14 April 1859 – 25 June 1941), Italian Army Officer during the First World War. According to Denslow “Mussolini called on him to choose between Freemasonry and Facism. He chose Freemasonry.”
  • William Theodotus Capers (1867 – 1867), Bishop of the Diocese of West Texas in the Episcopal Church in the United States from 1914 until his death.
  • Arthur Capper (14 July 1865 – 19 December 1951), U.S. Senator from and 20th Governor of Kansas. Member of Orient Lodge No. 51 of Topeka, Kansas.
  • John Henry Capstick (2 September 1856 – 17 March 1918), U.S. Representative from New Jersey.
  • Emmanuel Carasso, Ottoman lawyer and politician, Grand Master of the Italian-rite Macedonia Risorta in Salonica.
  • Thaddeus Horatius Caraway (17 October 1871 – 6 November 1931), U.S. Representative and Senator from Arkansas.
  • Ben Cardin (born 5 October 1943), US Senator from Maryland
  • Giosuè Carducci (27 July 1835 – 16 February 1907), Italian poet and recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature. The Bulletin of the International Masonic Congress of 1917 lists him as a Freemason.
  • Henry Charles Carey (15 December 1793 – 13 October 1879), leading 19th-century economist of the American School of capitalism. He was raised in Lodge No. 3, Philadelphia on 21 January 1817.
  • 1st Marquess of Carisbrooke See Alexander Mountbatten
  • James Henry Carleton (27 December 1814 – 7 January 1873), Union general during the American Civil War. Raised in Montezuma Lodge No. 109 in New Mexico, chartered by the Grand Lodge of Missouri.
  • Will Carleton (21 October 1845 – 18 December 1912), American poet.
  • Agostino Carlini (c. 1718 – 15 August 1790), Italian sculptor and painter, who was born in Genoa but settled in England. He was also one of the founding members of the Royal Academy in 1768. Member of the Lodge of Nine Muses No. 325 in London.
  • Evans Carlson (26 February 1896 – 27 May 1947), United States Marine Corps Brigadier general who served in both word wars.
  • Frank Carlson (23 January 1893 – 30 May 1987), U.S. Representative, Senator, and 38th Governor of Kansas. Member of St. John’s Lodge No. 113, Concordia, Kansas.
  • George Alfred Carlson (23 October 1876 – 6 December 1926), 20th Governor of Colorado.
  • Doyle Elam Carlton (6 July 1885 – 25 October 1972), 25th Governor of Florida. Member of Hillsborough Lodge No. 25, Tampa.
  • Carol II, King of Romania (1930–40).
  • José Miguel Carrera, Chilean general and president. St. John’s Lodge No. 1, New York
  • Charles Wynn-Carington, 1st Marquess of Lincolnshire, British politician, Member of Parliament (1865–1868), 1st Grand Master of New South Wales (1888–1891)
  • Frank Carrington (13 September 1893 – 3 July 1975), co-founder in 1938 of the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey. Member of Hope Lodge No. 124, East Orange, New Jersey.
  • Charles Carroll of Carrollton (19 September 1737 – 14 November 1832), last surviving signer of the United States Declaration of Independence.
  • Daniel Carroll (22 July 1730 – 5 July 1796), one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, and U.S. Representative from Maryland in the 1st United States Congress. Member of Maryland Lodge No. 16, Baltimore.
  • Thomas King Carroll (29 April 1793 – 3 October 1873), 21st Governor of Maryland. Member of both Washington Lodge No. 3 and Concordia Lodge No. 13, both of Baltimore.
  • Arthur J. Carruth Jr. (26 July 1887 – 29 September 1962), Leading newspaperman and civic leader in Kansas for more than five decades.
  • Henderson Haverfield Carson (25 October 1893 – 5 October 1971), U.S. Representative from Ohio. Raised 21 February 1928 in Lathrop Lodge No. 676, Canton, Ohio.
  • Kit Carson, American Adventurer. Montezuma Lodge No. 109, Sante Fe, New Mexico
  • William Leighton Carss (15 February 1865 – 31 May 1931), U.S. Representative from Minnesota.
  • Jesse F. Carter (12 September 1873 – 5 November 1943), member of the South Carolina Supreme Court.
  • Jesse W. Carter (19 December 1888 – 15 March 1959), member of the Supreme Court of California. Raised in Western Star Lodge No. 2, Shasta, California in 1914, serving as master in 1922 and senior grand steward of the Grand Lodge of California in 1922.
  • Julius Victor Carus (25 July 1823 – 10 March 1903), German zoologist, comparative anatomist and entomologist. The bulletin of the International Masonic Congress lists him as a Freemason.
  • Elbert Nostrand “Bert” Carvel (9 February 1910 – 6 February 2005), 61st and 64th Governor of Delaware. Raised in Hope Lodge No. 4, Laurel, Delaware.
  • Glover H. Cary (1 May 1885 – 5 December 1936), U.S. Representative from Kentucky.
  • Thomas Casady (1881 – 1881), Episcopal Bishop in Oklahoma.
  • Pedro “Peter” Casanave (c. 1766 – c. 1766), as Master of Georgetown Lodge No. 9 of Maryland (now Potomac No. 5 of D.C.) he laid the corner stone of the White House.
  • Giacomo Casanova, Venetian adventurer, “lodge of the Duke of Clermont”, Paris, 1750.
  • Paul Foster Case, founder of the Los Angeles occult school, the Builders of the Adytum, Fairport Lodge No. 476, Fairport, New York.
  • Lewis Cass, US politician and diplomat. American Union Lodge No.1, Marietta, Ohio. First Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Michigan
  • Hugh Cassidy, III, Former Councilman at Large, City of Bogalusa, Louisiana (1998-2000). Raised in Center Lodge, #244. Served as WM in 1999.
  • Henry Cavendish, British scientist, best known for being the first to measure the density of the Earth, using the Cavendish experiment.
  • Marc Chagall, Russian artist. initiated in 1912
  • Thomas Chalmers, Lodge St. Vigean, 1800
  • Joshua Chamberlain, Commander of US forces on Little Round Top during the American Civil War battle of Gettysburg, and governor of Maine. United Lodge #8, Brunswick, Maine
  • Nicolas Chamfort, French writer, Loge des Neuf Soeurs, Paris
  • Charles XIII of Sweden, King of Sweden and Norway.
  • Sir James Charles Chatterton (1794–1874), veteran of the Peninsular War and the Battle of Quatre Bras and the Battle of Waterloo
  • Claire Lee Chennault, U.S. Air Corp Major-General; Commander of the “Flying Tigers” in WWII. League City Lodge No. 1053, League City, TX
  • Victor Child Villiers, 7th Earl of Jersey, British banker, politician and colonial administrator, Grand Master of New South Wales (1891–1893)
  • Walter Chrysler, founder of Chrysler Corporation.
  • Lord Randolph Churchill, Winston Churchill’s father, initiated 9 January 1871 in Churchill Lodge.
  • Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom; 24 May 1901, Studholme Alliance Lodge No. 1591.
  • André Citroën, French engineer and motor-car manufacturer, Lodge La Philosophie, Paris
  • Mark W. Clark, US Army General, Mystic Tie Lodge No. 398, Indianapolis
  • Roy Clark, Country Music Entertainer, Jenk’s Lodge #497 – Jenks, Oklahoma
  • Tom C. Clark, US Associate Justice (1949–1967)
  • William Clark, explorer, Lewis and Clark expedition. Saint Louis Lodge No. 111.
  • John H. Clarke, US Associate Justice (1916–1922)
  • Henry Clay, Speaker of the. U.S. House of Representatives and Grand Master of Kentucky.
  • Moses Cleaveland, founded the city of Cleveland, Ohio, Worshipful Master of Moriah Lodge in 1791
  • Patrick Cleburne, Confederate General in the civil war. Lafayette lodge #16, Helena, Arkansas
  • Samuel Langhorne Clemens, also known as Mark Twain. American author. Polar Star Lodge No. 79, A.F.& A.M., St. Louis, Missouri. (Suspended for non-payment of dues and later reinstated 24 April 1867. Demitted October 1867, but recorded as having visited Carson City Lodge U.D. in February and March 1868.)
  • DeWitt Clinton, Governor of New York State, Grand Master of NY during the Morgan Affair, The Holland Lodge No. 8, New York, 1790.
  • E. Clive, British stage and screen actor; Euclid Lodge, Massachusetts

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