Reginald E. Goldsmith
Born 1886. Died 1957. Master St. John’s Lodge, No. 1. Chairman of 1951 Conference of Grand Masters of Masons of North America. Vice President of the George Washington Masonic National Memorial Association. Master of inside machine shop at Portsmouth Naval shipyard.
Harold C. McAllister
Born 1893. Died 1970. Master Washington Lodge, No. 61. Son of George I McAllister, Grand Master in 1900. Deputy for New Hampshire, Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry. Insurance executive.
Walter E. Dunlap
Born 1892. Died 1961. Master Blazing Star Lodge, No. 11. Professional photographer.
Leslie F. Murch
Born 1893. Died 1965. Master Bezaleel Lodge, No. 100. Made a Master Mason in Marsh River Lodge, No. 102 in Brooks, Maine.1st Lieutenant in World War I. Professor at Dartmouth College and author.
Carroll H. Ingalls
Born 1902. Died 1976. Master Grafton Lodge, No.46. Rural mail carrier and electrical contractor.
Percy H. Bennett
Born 1900. Died 1961. Master Lafayette Lodge, No. 41. Served in the Army in World War I. Certified public accountant.
Raymond C. Duncan
Born 1891. Died 1977. Master Winnipesaukee Lodge, No. 75. Served in the Navy in World War I. Public Utilities Executive. Active in town affairs.
George B. Ward
Born 1905. Died 1973. Master St. John’s Lodge, No.1. Executive Officer for Order of DeMolay in New Hampshire. Deputy for New Hampshire, Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry. First Grand Master to Serve in World War II. Funeral Director. Portsmouth Police Commissioner.
Herbert E. Kimball
Born 1905. Died 1996. Master Blazing Star Lodge, No. 11. Chairman and treasurer of the Board of Trustees of the Masonic Home. Grand Chaplain (1975-1980). Business Manager at University of New Hampshire.
Carl A. Buswell
Born 1903. Died 1988. Master Faithful Lodge, No. 12. Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Masonic Home. Grand High Priest, Grand Chapter; Grand Master, Grand Council; Grand Commander, Grand Commandery. Grand Secretary (1969-1973). Employed at Jones and Lamson Machine Company in Springfield, Vermont.