Masonic Vice-Presidents

Aaron Burr
3rd Vice-President of the USA
1801 - 1805
 
 
George Clinton
4th Vice-President of the USA
1805 - 1812
 
 
Elbridge Gerry
5th Vice-President of the USA
1813 - 1814
 
 
Daniel D. Tompkins
6th Vice-President of the USA
1837 - 1841
 
 
Richard M. Johnson
9th Vice-President of the USA
1801 - 1805
 
 
George M. Dallas
11th Vice-President of the USA
1845 - 1849
 
 
William Rufus Devane King
13th Vice-President of the USA
1853
 
 
John C. Breckinridge
14th Vice-President of the USA
1857 - 1861
 
 
Andrew Johnson
16th Vice-President of the USA
1865
17th President of the USA
1865-1869
Schuyler Colfax
17th Vice-President of the USA
1869 - 1873
 
 
Adlai E. Stevenson
23rd Vice-President of the USA
1893 - 1897
 
 
Garret Hobart
24th Vice-President of the USA
1897 - 1901
 
 
Theodore Roosevelt
25th Vice-President of the USA
1901
26th President of the USA
1901 - 1909
Thomas R. Marshall
28th Vice-President of the USA
1913 - 1921
 
 
Henry A. Wallace
33rd Vice-President of the USA
1941 - 1945
 
 
Harry S Truman
34th Vice-President of the USA
1945
33rd President of the USA
1945 - 1952
Hubert H. Humphrey
38th Vice-President of the USA
1965 - 1969
 
 
Gerald R. Ford, Jr.
40th Vice-President of the USA
1973 - 1974
38th President of the USA
1974 - 1977
Until recently, Thomas Jefferson was thought to have been a Masonic Vice-President, but since his membership cannot be established as a certainty, his inclusion would be based more on speculation than fact. Until his membership can be absolutely proven, he should not be considered a "Masonic Vice-President."

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.

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