Denslow Q William A.
Denslow Q William A. Member of Clarksville Lodge No. Quarterman Protestant Episcopal Bishop. Ordained to ministry inand served as rector in Ardmore, Okla. Member of Tascosa Lodge No. He became an educator in Neufchatel, Switzerland, and served five years as grand master of the Grand Lodge Alpine.
He edited Alpine, a Masonic periodical, for 15 years. Its purpose was to link all grand lodges and serve as a clearing house for Masonic information.
Senator from Pennsylvania, Graduate of Jefferson Coll. Servedin Civil War with Pa. Was secretary of Pa. Queens see Elizabeth and Mary.
Member of Esperanza Lodge No. Commandant of the Plaza of San Jose. Member of Maraville Lodge. Manuel Aragon Quesada Costa Rican politician. Was secretary of state, president of congress, and minister plenipotentiary to Europe, U. An outstanding economist, he organized the Costa Rican office of statistics.
Member of Caridad Lodge No. Admitted to the bar in He served on the staff of General Aguinaldo, q. He was successively provincial prosecuting attorney, provincial governor of Tayabas, and resident commissioner to the U.
He was president of the Philippine senate in and a leading figure in the movement which led to the gradual independence of the islands. Upon the Japanese invasion, he escaped by U. Quezon was a Freemason most of his adult life, being grand master of the Grand Lodge of the Philippines, Due to the influence of his wife he resigned from Freemasonry, Sept.
After his death, the Catholic church claimed he had renounced Freemasonry.
Seven years after he left Masonry, he made this statement: There is a formal form which those returning to the church from the Masonic lodge are supposed to sign. Instead, I wrote the Archbishop a personal note saying that I understood that I could not be readmitted to the Catholic Church so long as I remained a Mason, and for that reason I was resigning from Masonry.
Aristide Ambroise Quillet French publicist and editor.
Was orphaned at an early age and had to educate himself. At the age of 18 he opened the publishing house which still bears his name. He was co-director of the Dernieres Nouvelles de Strasbourg, a daily newspaper printed in two languages. In he founded a new lodge, La Marseillaise, and was its master for many years.
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Q. William A. Quarles (?) Brigadier General, Confederate Army, Civil War. b. in Va. Member of Clarksville Lodge No. 89, Clarksville Chapter No. 3, R.A.M. II.—THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN KEY. The very first thing I can ever remember seeing with my own eyes was a young man walking across a bridge.
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