Notable Odd Fellows
'Odd Fellowship, unlike many other organizations,
makes no special effort to attract "name" members.
Ours is a warm, personal type of affiliation that doesn't
rely on "rubbing elbows" with the famous to give us satisfaction.'
Governor of Michigan (1931-1932)
William Jennings Bryan, U.S.
Secretary of State (1913–1915)
Charlie Chaplin, comedic actor and
Schuyler Colfax, U.S. Vice President
Wyatt Earp, legendary figure of the
George IV, King of United Kingdom
Ulysses S. Grant, 18th U.S. President
Gustaf V, King of Sweden (1907-1950)
Warren Harding, 29th U.S. President
Rutherford Hayes, 19th U.S. President
Thomas Hendricks, 21st Vice President
of the United States
- Anson Jones, Last President of
the Republic of Texas
Nathan Kelley, architect of
Ohio State House
Goodwin Knight, Governor of
William McKinley, 25th U.S. President
Olav V, King of Norway
William Marsh Rice, Founder of Rice
Franklin Roosevelt, 32nd U.S.
Levi and Matilda Stanley, considered
as King and Queen of the Gypsies
Lucy Hobbs Taylor, first
U.S. female dentist
- Earl Warren, U.S. Chief Justice
Thomas Wildey, Founder of Odd
Fellows in the U.S.
Albert Winn, Major General of the
U.S. Military (1810-1883)