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  • Conrad Nagel, (16 March 1897 – 24 February 1970), American screen actor of the silent film era who was among 35 other film industry insiders to found the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Member of Hollywood Lodge No. 355, Hollywood, California.
  • Edmund Nagle, (1757 – 14 March 1830), KCB, Royal Navy Admiral of the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Member of Lodge of Antiquity No. 2, London.
  • James Naismith, Canadian-born American sports educator who invented the game of basketball.
  • Albinus Roberts Nance, (30 March 1848 – 7 December 1911), Fourth Governor of Nebraska. Member of Osceola Lodge No. 65, Osceola, Nebraska.
  • Charles James Napier, (10 August 1782 – 29 August 1853), GCB, General of the British Army and served as its Commander-in-Chief in India. Made a Mason on 16 June 1807 in Doyle’s Lodge of Fellowship, Guernsey.
  • Giorgio Napolitano, (29 June 1925 – ), GCB, OMRI}} (Italian: [ˈdʒordʒo napoliˈtaːno]; born 29 June 1925) is an Italian politician who was the 11th President of Italy from 2006 to 2015, the only Italian President to be reelected to the Presidency.
  • Alfred Joseph Naquet, (6 October 1834 – 10 November 1916), French chemist and politician. Bulletin of International Masonic Congress, 1917, states he was a Freemason.
  • Antonio Nariño, Colombian independence leader and national hero
  • Charles Williams Nash, (28 January 1864 – 6 June 1948), American automobile entrepreneur who served as an executive in the automotive industry and founded Nash Motors. Member of Flint Lodge No. 23, Flint, Michigan, receiving degrees on 15 March 1898, 23 February and 14 March 1899.
  • Frederick Nash, (9 February 1781 – 5 December 1858), Chief Justice of North Carolina from 1852-1858. Eagle Lodge No. 71, Hillsboro, North Carolina.
  • George Kilbon Nash, (14 August 1842 – 28 October 1904), 41st Governor of Ohio. Member of Columbus Lodge No. 3, Columbus, Ohio.
  • Alexander Nasmyth, (9 September 1758 – 10 April 1840), Scottish portrait and landscape painter. Member of Canongate Kilwinning Lodge of Edinburgh.
  • Ernesto Nathan, (5 October 1848 – 9 April 1921), Mayor of Rome from 1907-1914. Grand Master of the Grand Orient of Italy in 1896.
  • Arnold Naudain, (6 January 1790 – 4 January 1872), U.S. Senator from Delaware. Member of Union Lodge No. 7, Dover, serving as master in 1817. Listed as Master of Union Lodge No. 5 at Middletown, Delaware in 1823. Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Delaware in 1826.
  • John Neagle, (4 November 1796 – 17 September 1865), American painter, primarily of portraits, during the first half of the 19th century in Philadelphia. Made a Mason in Columbia Lodge No. 91, Philadelphia, 22 April 1839, and served as master of the lodge in 1841 and 1843.
  • Colin Neblett, (6 July 1875 – 7 May 1950), United States federal judge. Affiliated with Silver City Lodge No. 8, Silver City, New Mexico on 28 December 1898 from Brunswick Lodge No. 52, Lawrenceville, Virginia.
  • Matthew M. Neely, (9 November 1874 – 18 January 1958), 21st Governor of West Virginia in addition to being a U.S. Representative and Senator. Received the degrees in Friendship Lodge No. 56, West Union, West Virginia, 25 March, 27 December 1899, and 8 September 1900; later dimitted to Fairmont Lodge No. 9, Fairmont, West Virginia.
  • Pat Morris Neff, (26 November 1871 – 20 January 1952), 28th Governors of Texas. Received degrees in Waco Lodge No. 92, Waco, Texas on 21 February, 29 March, and 27 May 1909. Affiliated with Baylor Lodge No. 1235, also of Waco in 1926. Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Texas in 1946.
  • James Scott Negley, (26 December 1826 – 7 August 1901), Union General during the American Civil War and U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania. Member of Lodge No. 45, Pittsburgh.
  • George Bliss Nelson, (1876 – 26 April 1905), Justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Received degrees in Waupaca Lodge No. 123, Waupaca, Wisconsin 24 August, 14 September, and 22 December 1897. Affiliated with Evergreen Lodge No. 93, Stevens Point, Wisconsin 21 March 1905.
  • Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson, (29 September 1758 – 21 October 1805), KB Renowned admiral and hero of the Royal Navy. William Denslow states: “A writer in the Freemasons’ Quarterly Review in 1839 claimed Nelson and his servant, Tom Allen, were Freemasons, but gives no evidence to support his claim. Hamon Le Strange, in his History of Freemasonry in Norfolk, says that among the furniture of the Lodge of Friendship No. 100, at Yarmouth, there is a stone bearing an inscription to Nelson. On one side of the stone is an inscription commemorating the foundation of the Lodge of United Friends No. 564 on 11 August 1697, and on the other side the inscription: “In Memory of Bro. V. Nelson of the Nile, and of Burnham Thorpe, in Norfolk, who lost his life in the army of Victory, in an engagement with ye Combin’d Fleets of France and Spain, off Cape Trafalgar, 21 October 1805. Proposed by Bro. John Cutlove.” At the Masonic Hall, Reading, may be seen a framed print with a representation of a banner carried at Lord Nelson’s funeral. It bears the following words: “We rejoice with our Country but mourn our Brother.” It was carried at the funeral by York Lodge No. 256.” — Willaim R. Denslow,
  • Martin A. Nelson, (21 February 1889 – 22 May 1979), Member of the Minnesota Supreme Court. Received degrees in Spring Valley Lodge No. 58, Spring Valley, Minnesota in June 1912 and July 1913. He affiliated with Fidelity Lodge No. 39 at Austin, Minnesota in 1925.
  • Roger Nelson, (1759 – 7 June 1815), Brigadier general during the American Revolutionary War and was later a U.S. Representative from Maryland. Member of Hiram Lodge No. 28, Frederick, Maryland.
  • Samuel Nelson, US Associate Justice (1845–1872)
  • Thomas Nelson, Jr., Governor of Virginia, signer of the United States Declaration of Independence. Williamsburg Lodge No. 6, Williamsburg, Virginia
  • Aleksa Nenadović (1749-1804), Serbian statesman, prince of Tamnava—Posavina.
  • Mateja Nenadović, Serbian orthodox priest and politician
  • Wilbur Dick Nesbit, (1871 – 1927), American poet and humorist. Raised in Evans Lodge No. 524, Evanston, Illinois on 27 March 1915.
  • James W. Nesmith, (23 July 1820 – 17 June 1885), U.S. Senator from Oregon. Member of Salem Lodge No. 4, Salem, Oregon.
  • Jeremiah Neterer, (24 January 1862 – 2 February 1943), United States federal judge. Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Washington (state) in 1910 through 1911.
  • Nicholas Netterville, 5th Viscount Netterville, (1708 – 1750), Irish peer. Notable for having been tried and acquitted by his peers on a charge of murder. Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Ireland in 1732.
  • Keith Neville, (25 February 1884 – 4 December 1959), 18th Governor of Nebraska. Received degrees in Platte Valley Lodge No. 32, North Platte, Nebraska on 8 September, 24 November 1908 and 31 July 1909.
  • Wendell Cushing Neville, (12 May 1870 – 8 July 1930), major general of the United States Marine Corps, Medal of Honor recipient, and the 14th Commandant of the Marine Corps. Mason and National Sojourner in San Francisco.
  • Harry Stewart New, (31 December 1858 – 9 May 1937), U.S. Senator from Indiana and 48th United States Postmaster General. Member of Ancient Landmarks Lodge No. 319, Indianapolis.
  • Cyril Newall, Marshal of the RAF and Governor-General of New Zealand, Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of New Zealand
  • Walter Cass Newberry, (23 December 1835 – 20 July 1912), Brevet Brigadier general of the Union Army during the American Civil War and U.S. Representative from Illinois. Member of Sanger Lodge No. 129, Waterville, New York.
  • Harry Kenneth Newburn, (1 January 1906 – 25 August 1974), American educator who served as the president of various universities during the mid-20th century. Member of McKenzie River Lodge No. 195 of Eugene, Oregon.
  • William Augustus Newell, (5 September 1817 – 8 August 1901), 11th Governor of the Washington Territory, 18th Governor of and U.S. Representative from New Jersey. Raised in Hightstown Lodge No. 41, Hightstown, New Jersey on 23 May 1856.
  • Lincoln Newhall, (26 March 1870 – 23 July 1952), U.S. Representative from Kentucky.
  • Robert Newman, (20 March 1752 – 26 May 1804), American sexton at the Old North Church in Boston, Massachusetts. Famously hung lanterns “one if by land, two if by sea” in the church’s steeple as part of the warning signal system devised by Paul Revere during the Battles of Lexington and Concord. Member of St. Johns Lodge, Boston.
  • Joseph Fort Newton, (1876 – 1876 American Baptist minister. Authored over 30 books, perhaps his most famous being The Builders: A Story and Study of Freemasonry, published in 1914 which is still widely read and distributed. He was raised in Friendship Lodge No. 7, Dixon, Illinois on 28 May 1902 and later affiliated with Mt. Hermon Lodge No. 263, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
  • Thomas Willoughby Newton, (18 January 1804 – 22 September 1853), U.S. Representative from Arkansas. Member of Alexandria Washington Lodge No. 22, Alexandria, Virginia.
  • Michel Ney, (10 January 1769 – 7 December 1815), French soldier and military commander during the French Revolutionary Wars and the Napoleonic Wars. Some say he was made a Mason in the Lodge of the Nine Sisers, Paris, about 1792. The International Masonic Congress’ bulletin of 1917, says he was initiated in 1801, but does not give the lodge.
  • Denis Sassou Nguesso, General and the president of the Republic of the Congo.
  • Philip N. Nicholas, (1773 – 18 August 1849), Judge of the Virginia General Court from 1823 until his death. Member of Jerusalem Lodge No. 54, Richmond, Virginia.
  • Samuel Nicholas, (1744 – 27 August 1790), The first commissioned officer of the United States Continental Marines (predecessor to the United States Marine Corps). Member of Lodge No. 13, Philadelphia.
  • Wilson Cary Nicholas, (31 January 1761 – 10 October 1820), Officer of the Virginia Militia during the American Revolutionary War, U.S. Senator from and 19th Governor of Virginia. First master of Warren Lodge No. 33, Warren, Virginia.
  • Daniel Nicols (1833-1897), founder of the Café Royal in London.
  • John Conover Nichols, (31 August 1896 – 7 November 1945), U.S. Representative from Oklahoma. Member of Eufaula Lodge No. 1, Eufaula, Oklahoma.
  • Alfred Osborn Pope Nicholson, (31 August 1808 – 23 March 1876), U.S. Senator from Tennessee. Member of Columbia Lodge No. 31, Columbia, Tennessee.
  • James Nicholson, (1737 – 2 September 1804), Officer in the Continental Navy during the American Revolutionary War. Made a Mason in Lodge No. 7, Kent County, Maryland on 19 June 1778.
  • Samuel Nicholson, (1743 – 28 December 1811), Officer in the Continental Navy during the American Revolutionary War and later in the United States Navy. First commander of the famous frigate Constitution, whose construction he superintended. Member of Lodge No. 17, Queenstown, Maryland.
  • Samuel D. Nicholson, (22 February 1859 – 24 March 1923), U.S. Senator from Colorado. Member of Leadville Lodge No. 51, receiving degrees on 20 January, 17 February, and 2 March 1889 and was master of same in 1892.
  • Henry F. Niedringhaus, (15 December 1864 – 3 August 1941), U.S. Representative from Missouri. Member of Occidental Lodge No. 163, St. Louis, Missouri.
  • Hezekiah Niles, (10 October 1777 – 2 April 1839), American newspaper publisher. Member of Warren Lodge No. 51, Warren, Maryland.
  • David Nixon, English entertainment magician
  • George S. Nixon, (2 April 1860 – 5 June 1912), U.S. Senator from Nevada. Member of Winnemucca Lodge No. 19, Winnemucca, Nevada.
  • John Nixon, (1 March 1727 – 24 March 1815), Brigadier general in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. His lodge is not known, but he is recorded as a visitor to American Union Lodge on 24 June 1779.
  • James Noble, (16 December 1785 – 26 February 1831), The first U.S. Senator from Indiana. Member of Harmony Lodge No. 11, Brookville, Indiana.
  • Noah Noble, (15 January 1794 – 8 February 1844), 5th Governor of Indiana.Master of Harmony Lodge No. 11, Brookville, Indiana in 1822.
  • Edmond Noel, (4 March 1856 – 30 July 1927), 37th Governor of Mississippi. Member of Lexington Lodge No. 24, Lexington, Mississippi.
  • John Noorthouck, (1732 – 1732English Author. Member of Lodge of Antiquity, London.
  • Peter Norbeck, (27 August 1870 – 20 December 1936), 9th Governors of and U.S. Senator from South Dakota. Received 32° AASR (SJ) at Yankton, South Dakota on 22 June 1919 and member of Yelduz Shrine Temple at Aberdeen, South Dakota. Blue lodge name and number not listed in Denslow.
  • Albin Walter Norblad, Jr., (12 September 1908 – 20 September 1964), U.S. Representative from Oregon. Member of Harbor Lodge No. 183, Astoria, Oregon.
  • Frank Herbert Norcross, (11 May 1869 – 4 November 1952), United States federal judge. Member of Reno Lodge No. 13, Reno, Nevada.
  • Gunnar Hans Nordbye, (4 February 1888 – 5 November 1977), United States federal judge. Member of Khurum Lodge No.112, Minneapolis, Minnesota, receiving degrees on 27 February, 6 March, and 12 March 1914. Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Minnesota in 1939.
  • Thomas Howard, 8th Duke of Norfolk, (11 December 1683 – 23 December 1732), British Peer involved in the Jacobite rising of 1715. Grand Master, Grand Lodge of England (Moderns) from 1729-1730.
  • John Northcott, Australian soldier, Grand Master of New South Wales (1952–1955)
  • William F. Norrell, (29 August 1896 – 15 February 1961), U.S. Representative from Arkansas. Member of Eureka Lodge No. 40, Monticello, Arkansas.
  • George W. Norris, (11 July 1861 – 2 September 1944), U.S. Representative and Senator from Nebraska. Member of Beaver City Lodge No. 93, Beaver City, Nebraska.
  • John Northcott, (24 March 1890 – 4 August 1966), KCMG, KCVO, CB, KStJ Australian Army general who served as Chief of the General Staff during the Second World War, and commanded the British Commonwealth Occupation Force in the Occupation of Japan.
  • Amos Nourse, (17 December 1794 – 7 April 1877), Medical doctor and U.S. Senator from Maine. Deputy grand master of the Grand Lodge of Maine in 1832.
  • Kenneth Noye, British criminal, Hammersmith Lodge
  • William Nuessle, (5 May 1878 – 30 March 1959), Justice of the North Dakota Supreme Court. Received degrees on 3 October 1904, 6 February and 6 March 1905 in Bismarck Lodge No. 5, Bismarck, North Dakota
  • Sam Nunn, US Senator.
  • Gerald Nye, (19 December 1892 – 17 July 1971), U.S. Senator from North Dakota. Member of Northern Light Lodge No. 45, Cooperstown, North Dakota.
  • James W. Nye, (10 June 1815 – 25 December 1876), U.S. Senator from Nevada. Member of Hamilton Lodge No. 120, Hamilton, New York.

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