Until recently, Thomas Jefferson and
James Madison were thought to be Masonic
Presidents, but since their membership
cannot be established as a certainty,
their inclusion would be based more
on speculation than fact. Until their
membership can be absolutely proven,
they should not be considered "Masonic
Lyndon B. Johnson was initiated
on October 30, 1937 in Johnson City
Lodge No. 561, at Johnson City, Texas,
but completed only the Entered Apprentice,
or first, of the three Masonic degrees.
For this reason, he is not included
in the list.