Maçons notáveis – J

  • Nat Jackley, English comic actor.
  • Daniel C. Jackling (14 August 1869 – 13 March 1956), American mining and metallurgical engineer who pioneered the exploitation of low-grade porphyry copper ores at the Bingham Canyon Mine, Utah. Master of Rocky Mountain Lodge No. 11, Tooele, Utah in 1899.
  • Andrew Jackson, U.S. President. Harmony Lodge No. 1
  • Conrad Feger Jackson, (11 September 1813 – 13 December 1862), brigadier general of the Union Army during the American Civil War. Killed in action during the Battle of Fredericksburg. Member of Lodge No. 45, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
  • Edward L. Jackson, (27 December 1873 – 18 November 1954), 32nd Governor of Indiana. Member of Newcastle Lodge No. 91, New Castle, Indiana.
  • Elihu Emory Jackson, (3 November 1837 – 27 December 1907), 41st Governor of Maryland. Member of Wicomico Lodge No. 91, Salisbury, Maryland.
  • Frank D. Jackson, (26 January 1854 – 16 November 1938), 15th Governor of Iowa. Received his degrees in Alpha Lodge No. 326, Greene, Iowa on 6 December 1881, 23 March 1883, and 24 Paril 1883. He withdrew in 1901, and affiliated with Capitol Lodge No. 110 of Des Moines in 1904.
  • Henry M. Jackson, (31 May 1912 – 1 September 1983), U.S. Representative and Senator from Washington. Member of Everett Lodge No. 137, Everett, Washington and was a member of DeMolay.
  • James Jackson, (21 September 1757 – 19 March 1806), American Revolutionary War General, U.S. Representative, Senator from and 23rd Governor of the U.S. State of Georgia. Member of Solomons Lodge No. 1, Savannah, serving as Master in 1786. Served as Grand Master of Georgia in 1789. Visited the Grand Lodge of New York on 24 June 1789.
  • James S. Jackson, (27 September 1823 – 8 October 1862), U.S. Representative from Kentucky and a brigadier general in the Union Army during the American Civil War. Killed in action at the Battle of Perryville. Member of Hopkinsville Lodge No. 37, Hopkinsville, Kentucky.
  • Jesse Jackson, US Civil Rights leader and Politician, Harmony Lodge No. 88, Chicago, Illinois (PHA)
  • Jesse B. Jackson, (19 November 1871 – 4 December 1947), United States consul and an important eyewitness to the Armenian Genocide.
  • Robert H. Jackson, U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice (1941–1954) Member of Mt. Moriah Lodge No. 145, Jamestown, New York. Received his degrees, 17 September, 1 October, and 22 October 1929.
  • Samuel D. Jackson, (28 May 1895 – 8 March 1951), United States Senator from Indiana. Raised in Summit City Lodge No. 170, Fort Wayne, Indiana on 3 January 1920.
  • William Henry Jackson, (4 April 1843 – 30 June 1942), American painter, Civil War veteran, geological survey photographer and an explorer famous for his images of the American West.
  • William Purnell Jackson, (11 January 1868 – 7 March 1939), U.S. Senator from Maryland. Member of Wicomico Lodge No. 91, of Salisbury, Maryland.
  • Bernhard M. Jacobsen, (26 March 1862 – 30 June 1936), U.S. Representative from Iowa. Member of Emulation Lodge No. 255, Clinton, Iowa, receiving degrees on 8 June, 14 July, and 29 July 1891.
  • Graciano López Jaena, Filipino writer and journalist in the Philippine Revolution. Worshipful Master at Logia Povernir No. 2.
  • Arthur James, (14 July 1883 – 27 April 1973), 31st Governor of Pennsylvania. Member of Plymouth Lodge No. 332, Plymouth, Pennsylvania.
  • Benjamin F. James, (1 August 1885 – 26 January 1961), U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania. Received degrees in University Lodge No. 610, Philadelphia in 1909 and affiliated with Wayne Lodge No. 581, Wayne, Pennsylvania, on 21 March 1911 and master of same in 1915.
  • Thomas Lemuel James, (29 March 1831 – 11 September 1916), 29th United States Postmaster General. Member of Hamilton Lodge No. 120, Hamilton, New York.
  • Frank James, (23 May 1873 – 17 November 1945), U.S. Representative from Michigan.
  • William P. James, (10 January 1870 – 28 July 1940), U.S. Federal Judge of the United States District Court for the Southern District of California. Member of East Gate Lodge No. 290 of Los Angeles, affiliating with Sunset Lodge No. 352 of Los Angeles on 4 January 1904. Suspended in 1922 and restored same year.
  • William Marion Jardine, (16 January 1879 – 17 January 1955), 9th United States Secretary of Agriculture. Member Lafayette Lodge No. 16, Manhattan, Kansas.
  • Pete Jarman, (31 October 1892 – 17 February 1955), U.S. Representative from Alabama.
  • Abraham Jarvis, (5 May 1739 – 3 May 1813), American Episcopal bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut and eighth in succession of bishops in the Episcopal Church. He was a high churchman and a loyalist to the crown during the American Revolution.Raised in St. John’s Lodge No. 2 of Middletown, Connecticut, 17 December 1783. Served as Grand Chaplain of the Grand Lodge of Connecticut.
  • John Jay, Chief Justice of the United States (1789–1795)
  • Richard Manning Jefferies, (27 February 1889 – 20 April 1964), 101st Governor of South Carolina. Member of Unity Lodge No. 55, Waterboro, South Carolina.
  • Major-General (retired) Michael Jeffery, AC, CVO, MC Governor-General of Australia (2003–2008) and Former CO of SAS Regiment, Initiated in St George’s Lodge No 6 on 23 November 1994.
  • Olin M. Jeffords, (8 June 1890 – 10 October 1964), Vermont attorney and judge who served as Chief Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court. Member of Lincoln Lodge No. 78, Enosburg Falls, Vermont.
  • John Jeffries, (5 February 1745 – 16 September 1819), Balloonist and credited with being among America’s first weather observers. He received his degrees in St. Andrew’s Lodge, Boston and in 1770 was charter member, and first junior warden 3 December 1770) of Massachusetts Lodge, Boston. He became senior warden 2 December 1771; reelected 7 December 1772; elected master 6 December 1773 and reelected master 5 December 1774.
  • Jamsetjee Jejeebhoy, (15 July 1783 – 14 April 1859), 1st Baronet, Parsi-Indian merchant and philanthropist.Notable for making a huge fortune on the opium trade to China
  • John Jellicoe, British Admiral of the Fleet, and Governor-General of New Zealand, Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of New Zealand
  • Edward H. Jenison, (27 July 1907 – 24 June 1996), U.S. Representative from Illinois
  • Reuben Ellis Jenkins, (14 February 1896 – 29 July 1975), Lieutenant General in the United States Army who served in both World Wars and the Korean War. Member of Cartersville Lodge No. 63, Cartersville, Georgia.
  • George C. Jenks, (3 April 1850 – 13 September 1929), English-born American dime novelist. Member of Bethel Lodge No. 733, New York City.
  • Edward Jenner, British scientist; discovered vaccination. Elected FRS on 26 February 1789; initiated in Lodge of Faith and Friendship No. 449, Gloucestershire
  • William E. Jenner, (21 July 1908 – 9 March 1985), Senator from Indiana. Raised in White River Lodge No. 332, Shoals, Indiana
  • John Jennings, Jr., (6 June 1880 – 27 February 1956), U.S. Representative from Tennessee. Raised 4 May 1903 in Jacksboro Lodge No. 322, Jacksboro, Tennessee. Transferred to Jellico Lodge No. 527, Jellico, Tennessee. in 1907 and to Masters Lodge No. 244, Knoxville in 1944 where he was in good standing at time of death.
  • Jonathan Jennings, (27 March 1784 – 26 July 1834), first governor of Indiana.
  • Pat Jennings, (20 August 1919 – 2 August 1994), United States Representative from Virginia. Member of Marion Lodge No. 31, Marion, Virginia.
  • Ben F. Jensen, (16 December 1892 – 5 February 1970), Served thirteen consecutive terms as a U.S. Representative from Iowa. Raised in Exodus Lodge No. 342, Exira, Iowa in 1922 and last Master.
  • Douglas William Jerrold, (3 January 1803 – 8 June 1857), English dramatist and writer. Member of Bank of England Lodge No. 329.
  • Beauford H. Jester, (12 January 1893 – 11 July 1949), 36th Governor of Texas. Member of Corsicana Lodge No. 174, Corsicana, Texas.
  • Thomas Jesup, (16 December 1788 – 10 June 1860), United States Army officer.Member of N.C. Harmony Lodge No. 2, Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Ewell Kirk Jett, (20 March 1893 – 28 April 1965), Chief Engineer and later a Commissioner of the United States Federal Communications Commission in the late 1930s and 1940s, serving briefly as the Commission’s chairman.
  • Marshall Jewell, (20 October 1825 – 10 February 1883), 44th and 46th Governor of Connecticut, the U.S. Minister to Russia, and the 25th United States Postmaster General. Member of St. Johns Lodge No. 4 in Hartford, Connecticut.
  • Hugh J. Jewett, (1 July 1817 – 6 March 1898), American railroader and politician. U.S. Representative from Ohio. Member of Belmont Lodge No. 16, Clairsville, Ohio
  • Joseph Joffre, (12 January 1852 – 3 January 1931), French General. Received his degrees in Alsace Lorrain Lodge, Paris.
  • Charles A. Johns, (25 June 1857 – 11 January 1932), Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court. Member of Baker Lodge No. 47, Baker, Oregon.
  • Charley Eugene Johns, (27 February 1905 – 23 January 1990), 32nd Governor of Florida. Member of Bradford Lodge No. 35, Starke, Florida.
  • Kensey Johns, Sr., (14 June 1759 – 21 December 1848), Jurist from Delaware.
  • Andrew Johnson, U.S. President. Greenville Lodge No. 119, Tennessee
  • Charles Fletcher Johnson, (14 February 1859 – 15 February 1930), U.S. Senator from Maine. Received his degrees in Herwood Lodge No. 91, Machias, Maine on 1 January, 5 February, and 12 February 1883. Dimitted on 8 November 1886 and affiliated with Waterville Lodge No. 33, Waterville, Maine on 7 February 1887. Was master of the latter lodge in 1894-95 and Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Maine in 1906-07.
  • David Johnson, (3 October 1782 – 7 January 1855), 62nd Governor of South Carolina. Member of Union Lodge No. 43, Union Court House, South Carolina, he was master of same, and Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of South Carolina in 1826.
  • Eben Samuel Johnson, (8 February 1866 – 9 February 1939), English-American Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Original lodge not known, but was admitted to Kane Lodge No. 377, Ida Grove, Iowa on 13 December 1907; dimitted 14 October 1910 and admitted to Landmark Lodge No. 103, Sioux City, Iowa on 12 December 1910.
  • Edward Johnson, (22 August 1878 – 20 April 1959), Canadian operatic tenor who was billed outside North America as Edoardo Di Giovanni. General manager of the Metropolitan Opera in New York City from 1935 to 1950. Member of Adelphic Lodge No. 348, New York City, receiving degrees on 18 February, 4 March, and 1 April 1902.
  • Edwin C. Johnson, (1 January 1884 – 30 May 1970), 26th and 24th Governor of and U.S. Senator from Colorado. Member of Yampa Lodge No. 88, Craig, Colorado.
  • Edwin S. Johnson, (26 February 1857 – 19 July 1933), U.S. Senator from South Dakota.
  • George W. Johnson, (27 May 1811 – 8 April 1862), First Confederate governor of Kentucky. Member of Mt. Vernon Lodge No. 14.
  • Guy Johnson, (c.1740 – 5 March 1788), Irish-born military officer and diplomat for the Crown during the American War of Independence. Member of the Hiram’s Cliftonian Lodge No. 417 in London.
  • Henry Johnson, (14 September 1783 – 4 September 1864), U.S. Senator from, and 5th Governor of Louisiana. His original lodge is not known, but he was made an honorary member of Polar Star Lodge No. 1, New Orleans.
  • Hiram Johnson, (2 September 1866 – 6 August 1945), 23rd Governor of and U.S. Senator from California. Theodore Roosevelt’s running mate on the “Bull Moose” ticket in 1912. Member of Washington Lodge No. 20, Sacramento.
  • John Neely Johnson, (2 August 1825 – 31 August 1872), 4th Governor of California. Member of Tehama Lodge No. 3, Sacramento.
  • “Turkey Creek” Jack Johnson, peace officer and posseman in Wyatt Earp’s infamous “vendetta ride” Mt. Moriah Lodge #2, F.& A.M., Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Jack Johnson, African American boxer, initiated in Dundee, Scotland
  • James Johnson, (12 February 1811 – 20 November 1891), 43rd Governor of and U.S. Representative from Georgia. Member of Columbian Lodge No. 8, Columbus, Georgia.
  • Sir John Johnson, 2nd Baronet, (5 November 1741 – 4 January 1830), Loyalist leader during the American Revolution. Grand master of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Quebec in 1789.
  • Joseph B. Johnson, (29 August 1893 – 25 October 1986), 70th Governor of Vermont. Member and Master of St. Johns Lodge No. 41, Springfield, Vermont.
  • Keen Johnson, (12 January 1896 – 7 February 1970), 45th Governor of Kentucky. Member of Richmond Lodge No. 25, Richmond, Kentucky.
  • Leroy Johnson, (8 April 1888 – 26 March 1961), U.S. Representative from California.
  • Lyndon B. Johnson, U.S. President. Johnson City Lodge No. 561, Texas (EA degree only)
  • Melvin Johnson, Jr., (1 August 1909 – 9 January 1965), American designer of firearms, lawyer, and US Marine Corps officer. Mason, 32° AASR, National Sojourner, member of Heroes of ’76 and DeMolay Legion of Honor.
  • Nels Johnson, (30 April 1896 – 2 December 1958), Justice of the North Dakota Supreme Court from1 April 1954 to 2 December 1958. Member of Bismarck Lodge No. 5, and Mouse River Lodge No. 43, and a past grand orator of the Grand Lodge of North Dakota.
  • Paul B. Johnson Sr., (23 March 1880 – 26 December 1943), U. S. Representative from and 46th Governor of Mississippi. Member of Hattiesburg Lodge No. 297, Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
  • Richard M. Johnson, (17 October 1780 – 19 November 1850), Ninth Vice President of the United States. Member and past master of Mount Vernon Lodge No. 14, Georgetown, Kentucky.
  • Robert Ward Johnson, (22 July 1814 – 26 July 1879), Confederate States Senator, U.S. Representative, and U.S. Senator from Arkansas. Grand Orator of the Grand Lodge of Arkansas in 1862.
  • Royal C. Johnson, (3 October 1882 – 2 August 1939), U.S. Representative from South Dakota. Member of Ree Valley Lodge No. 70, Highmore, South Dakota.
  • Samuel Johnson, (18 September 1709 – 13 December 1784), Often referred to as Dr. Johnson, was an English writer who made lasting contributions to English literature. Member of Old Dundee Lodge No. 18, London.
  • Samuel Johnson, actor-manager and a member of the Company of Henry Irving.
  • Sir William Johnson, 1st Baronet, (c.1715 – 11 July 1774), Anglo-Irish official of the British Empire. He was raised in Union Lodge No. 1 (now Mt. Vernon No. 3) of Albany, New York.
  • William E. Johnson, (25 March 1862 – 2 February 1945), American Prohibition advocate and law enforcement officer.
  • Albert Sidney Johnston, (2 February 1803 – 6 April 1862), Served as a general in three different armies: the Republic of Texas Army, the United States Army, and the Confederate States Army.
  • Alvanley Johnston, (12 May 1875 – 17 September 1951), Canadian / American locomotive engineer who was Grand Chief Engineer of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers from 1925 to 1950.
  • Henry S. Johnston, (30 December 1867 – 7 January 1965), Seventh Governor of Oklahoma. Member of Perry Lodge No. 78, Perry, Oklahoma, receiving degrees on 23 June, 4 October and 6 December 1901 and served as Master in 1916. Grand Orator of the Grand Lodge of Oklahoma from 1918–21 and Grand Master of Oklahoma in 1924.
  • Olin D. Johnston, (18 November 1896 – 18 April 1965), U.S. Senator from and 98th Governor of South Carolina. Member of Center Lodge No. 37 at Honea Path, South Carolina.
  • Samuel Johnston, (15 December 1733 – 17 August 1816), Represented North Carolina in both the Continental Congress and the United States Senate, and was the sixth governor of the state. The First and Third Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of North Carolina from 1787-1788 and 1789-1792.
  • Wayne A. Johnston, (1897 – 20 May 1905), President of Illinois Central Railroad (IC) from 1945 to 1966. President of the University of Illinois Board of Trustees. Member of Western Star Lodge No. 240 of Champaign, Illinois.
  • Al Jolson, Actor and singer, St. Cecile Lodge No. 568, New York
  • Edgar A. Jonas, (14 October 1885 – 14 November 1965), U.S. Representative from Illinois. Raised in Equity Lodge No. 878, Chicago, 11 April 1910, becoming charter member of Sincerity Lodge No. 982 Chicago on 12 November 1915 and serving as master in 1944.
  • Andrieus A. Jones, (16 May 1862 – 20 December 1927), Senator from New Mexico. Member of Chapman Lodge No. 2, Las Vegas, New Mexico, receiving degrees on 21 September 1892, and 19 January 1893 and 16 February 1893. Junior warden of that lodge in 1894 and Junior Grand Steward of the Grand Lodge of New Mexico in 1894.
  • Anson Jones, Congressman, doctor, last President of the Republic of Texas, Harmony Lodge #52 Philadelphia. First Grand Master of Texas.
  • Buck Jones, (12 December 1891 – 30 November 1942), American motion picture star of the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s, known for his work starring in many popular western movies. Member of Henry S. Orme Lodge No. 458, Los Angeles.
  • Charles W. Jones, (24 December 1834 – 11 October 1897), Senator from Florida. Memberof Santa Rosa Lodge No. 16 of Milton, Florida.
  • Daniel Webster Jones, (15 December 1839 – 25 December 1918), 19th Governor of Arkansas. Member of Mount Horeb Lodge No. 4, Washington, Arkansas.
  • Edward Franc Jones, (3 June 1828 – 14 August 1913), Brevet Brigadier general of the Union Army during the American Civil War.
  • George Jones, (25 February 1766 – 13 November 1838), Senator from Georgia. Participated in the American Revolutionary War and War of 1812. Member of Solomon’s Lodge No. 1, Savannah, Georgia.
  • George W. Jones, (12 April 1804 – 22 July 1896), Senator from Iowa. Member of Dubuque Lodge No. 3, Dubuque, Iowa.
  • Girault M. Jones, (30 June 1904 – 29 April 1998), Seventh Bishop of Louisiana in The Episcopal Church. Received the degrees in Lumberton Lodge No. 417, Lumberton, Mississippi and later a member of Louisiana Lodge No. 102, New Orleans. Was Grand Chaplain of the Grand Lodge of Louisiana in 1954.
  • Hamilton Chamberlain Jones, (26 September 1884 – 10 August 1957), U.S. Representative from North Carolina.
  • Inigo Jones, (15 July 1573 – 21 June 1652), England-born Welshman best known as the first significant architect in England in the early modern period. Described in Anderson’s Constitutions of 1723 as “our great Master Mason Inigo Jones.”
  • Jacob Jones, (1 March 1768 – 3 August 1850), Officer in the United States Navy during the Quasi-War with France, the First Barbary War and the Second Barbary War, and the War of 1812. He was buried Masonically by the Grand Lodge of Delaware, the grand master officiating. There is no record of his membership in a Delaware lodge, but it is thought that he was a member of Holland Lodge No. 8, New York City in 1808. The returns of the lodge in that year record his payment of the initiation fee, but no further record is given.
  • James Kimbrough Jones, (29 September 1839 – 1 June 1908), U.S. Representative and Senator from Arkansas. Member of Arkadelphia Lodge No. 19, Arkadelphia, Arkansas.
  • Jesse H. Jones, (5 April 1874 – 1 June 1956), 9th United States Secretary of Commerce. He was made a Mason at sight, in an occasional lodge, called by Grand Master Ara M. Daniels of the Grand Lodge of the District of Columbia, 16 December 1941.
  • John Edward Jones, (5 December 1840 – 10 April 1896), *th Governor of Nevada. Member of Eureka Lodge No. 16, Eureka, Nevada and Grand Master of Nevada in 1893.
  • John Percival Jones, (27 January 1829 – 27 November 1912), Five term U.S. Senator from Nevada
  • John Paul Jones, Naval hero during the American Revolution, St. Bernards Lodge No. 122, Kirkudbright, Scotland
  • John Rice Jones, (11 February 1759 – 1 February 1824), Welsh-born, American politician, jurist, and military officer who helped establish the territorial governments in Indiana, Illinois, and Missouri. Member of St. Louis Lodge No. 111, and later of Missouri Lodge No. 12, both of St. Louis, Missouri.
  • Junius Wallace Jones, (1890 – 1977), Major general in the United States Air Force when it was first formed having served in the United States Army Air Service prior.
  • Louis Reeder Jones, (29 June 1895 – 2 February 1973), Highly decorated Major General in the United States Marine Corps during World War II.
  • John Marvin Jones, (26 February 1882 – 4 March 1976), U.S. Representative from Texas.
  • Nathaniel R. Jones (1926–), American lawyer, jurist, and academic, Judge on U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.
  • Noble Wimberly Jones, (c. 1723 – 9 January 1805), Delegate to the Continental Congress from Georgia in 1781 and 1782. He is said to have been the first Mason initiated in Georgia, being a member of the old Solomon’s Lodge No. 1 of Savanna, Georgia.
  • Paul C. Jones, (12 March 1901 – 10 February 1981), U.S. Representative from Missouri. Member of Kennett Lodge No. 68, Kennett, Missouri.
  • Robert Elijah Jones, (1872 – 1872) American Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church and The Methodist Church in the United States.
  • Sam Houston Jones, (15 July 1897 – 8 February 1978), 46th Governor of Louisiana. Member of DeRidder Lodge No. 271, DeRidder, Louisiana receiving the degrees on 4, 5, and 8 October 1918.
  • Chester Bradley Jordan, (15 October 1839 – 24 August 1914), 48th Governor of New Hampshire. Member of Evening Star Lodge No. 37, Colebrook, New Hampshire.
  • Slobodan Jovanović (1869–1958), Serbian jurist, historian, sociologist and president of the Yugoslav government in exile, in London, during World War II.
  • Benito Juárez, President of Mexico. Rito Nacional Mexicano de la Logia Independiente, No. 02[]
  • Henry M. Judah, (12 June 1821 – 14 February 1866), Career officer in the United States Army, serving during the Mexican-American War and American Civil War. Member of North Star Lodge No. 91, Fort Jones, California.
  • Lawrence M. Judd, (20 March 1887 – 4 October 1968), 41st Governor of American Samoa and 7th Territorial Governor of Hawaii. Member of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, Honolulu.
  • Walter Henry Judd, (25 September 1898 – 13 February 1994), U.S. Representative from Minnesota. Member of Composite Lodge No. 81, Rising City, Nebraska.
  • Niels Juul, (27 April 1859 – 4 December 1929), U.S. Representative from Illinois. Member of Ben Hur Lodge No. 818, Chicago.

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