Famous Georgia Masons(White Book)

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John Wesley Akin
Charles Rudd Armstrong
Frank Foute Baker, Sr.
Russell Lee Baker, Sr.
Benjamin N. Barrow
William Thomas Bateman
Thomas Lee Blanton
Vernon Eugene Bracewell
James Monroe Brisendine
Daniel Richmond Brock
Julius Lewis Brown
Jason Burr
Lansing Burrows
William Joshua Bush
Walter Monroe Callaway, Jr.
David Lee Canaday
Harry Cassil
Thomas Whitty Chandler
William Joseph Clarke
Tyrus Raymond Cobb
Ernest Allen Cutts
Robert Towns Daniel
James Wolling "Shorty" Davis
William Augustus Davis
John Leroy Duncan
Archibald A. Gaulding
Hirsch Geffen
Clyde Everett Griffin
Willie Pershing Hammond
John Cumming Harman, Sr.
Earl Douglas Harris
Lee David Holcomb
Clarence Ernest Horne
Joseph Madison Jackson
(Only Georgia Mason Known to be Awarded Congressional Medal of Honor)
Claude Ernest Jameson
Francis Chandler Jones
William Moore Jones
John Christian Kaufman
Dave Herman Keever, Sr.
Lewis Hendrix Keith
George Robertson Koeln
Thomas Cassels Law
Gary Dale Lemmons
Carl Francis Lester, Jr.
Alexander Loo
William Abram Love
William Dickson Luckie
Preston Young Luther
Charles Richard Maffett
Bobby Lee Massey
Charles Augustus McAlister
William Griggs Mealor
Max Meyerhardt
Paul Wright Miller
James Wylie S. Mitchell
William Jefferson Mobley
Richard Joseph Nunn
Joseph Kyle Orr, Sr.
Carlton Julius "C.J." Owens
John Wilson Parker
George Starr Peck
Fred Lamar Pearson, Jr.
Thomas Sean Perry
Charles Wilcox Pidcock, Jr.
Lonzo Pope
Elliot Stone Radway
William Sellar Richardson
Thomas D. Ridley
William Monroe Roach, Sr.
John Benjamin Roberts
William Samuel Rockwell(1788 to 8-04-1841)
William Samuel Rockwell (Son of Previous)
William Spencer Rockwell
Simri Rose
William Henry Rosier
James McCan Rushin
Benjamin Blythewood Russell
Richard Brevard Russell, Jr.
Alvin Edgar Sansburn
John Abner Zachaeus Shell
Bobby Blackman Simmons
Charles Henry "Billy Arp" Smith
Hugh Leavell Smith
Charles Hall Strong
Herman Eugene Talmadge
Charles Lee Roy Taylor, Jr.
James Sheffield Thompson
Otis Brewer "O.B" Turner
James Edward Underwood
Lee Wages
John Thomas Waldrop
Marshall Atkinson "Dan" Weir
David Warner Wells
Joseph Eastburn Wells
George Bucknam Whiteside
Jack Morton Wilson
Hyman Wallace Witcover
Charles Augustus Wofford
Charles Danny Wofford
William Alexander Wolihin
Thomas Edward Zellars


“What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal.”

Albert Pike

Be courteous to all but intimate with few, and let those few be well tried before you give them your confidence; true friendship is a plant of slow growth, and must undergo and withstand the shocks of adversity before it is entitled to appellation.

GEORGE WASHINGTON, letter, Jan. 15, 1783

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