He served as master of the lodge Theodor zum Belgischen Loewen at Duesseldorf for almost 20 years.
8, 1872; received 32 AASR (NJ) at Nashua, April 13, 1896, and became 33 and active member of the Northern Supreme Council. Ironically, the trial was held in a former Masonic lodge room, in order to seat more spectators. He practiced medicine in Lennep, Germany from 1896, but his heart was more often in Masonry.
Was secretary of state, president of congress, and minister plenipotentiary to Europe, U. An outstanding economist, he organized the Costa Rican office of statistics.
Manuel Luis Quezon (1878-1944) President of the Philippine Islands from Sept.
He was tried by the Norwegian courts following the war. Quitman (1799-1858) Governor of Mississippi, 1835--51; Major General, U. It is thought he died of poisoning at a banquet in Washington, D. Fritz Rackhorst (1870-1930) German physician and Masonic editor.