1829 John Quincy Adams, loosing Presidential candidate for Presidency (NR)Unknown Mason Status.
1829 The Massachusetts of 1829. This convention passes resolutions statingthat: "No Mason is worthy to receive the votes of free men or fit to serve as a juror."
1829-1837Andrew Jackson, 7th. President of the UnitedStates (D) ConfirmedMason.
(New World Order: The Ancient Plan of Secret Societies,William T. Still, pg. 21)
Initiated: The record for Brother Jackson has not beenlocated. He seems to have been a Member of St. Tammany Lodge No. 1,Nashville, Tennessee, as early as 1800. It was the first Lodge inTennessee, organized in 1789, under a Dispensation from the GrandLodge of North Carolina. The name was later changed to HarmonyLodge No. 1 on November 1, 1800. Brother Jackson is officially listed asa Member in the Lodge Return to the Grand Lodge of North Carolina andTennessee for 1805. On December 27, 1813, the Grand Lodge of Tennessee was granted its own Constitution. Brother Jackson was thesixth Grand Master of Masons of Tennessee, serving from October 7,1822 until October 4, 1824. Strengthened Presidential Veto Power. VicePresident John C. Calhoun, 1829-1832. Unknown Mason status. VicePresident, Martin Van Buren 1833-1837. ConfirmedMason. AndrewJackson was related to the following Presidents: William Harrison,Jefferson, Tyler, Benjamin Harrison, Calvin Coolidge, Harry Truman, andLyndon Johnson.
(Everything is Under Control. Conspiracies, Cults, and Cover-Ups by Robert AntonWilson pg 39-40)
1829-1861John McLean, S.C.J. Associate Justice. Nominated by MasonPresident Andrew Jackson. McLean is listed in 10,000 Famous Freemasons ashaving been a member of Columbus Lodge #30 in Columbus, Ohio, but he is notlisted in Masonic Trivia and Facts or in the The MSA 1940s study. ConfirmedMason.
1830-1844Henry Baldwin, S.C.J. Associate Justice. Nominated by MasonPresident Andrew Jackson. Also was Master of Lodge #45 in Pittsburgh,Pennsylvania, in 1805
1830 September 11. Anti-Mason Convention Held in Philadelphia.The Proceedings of the United States Anti-Masonic Convention