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Famous Freemasons - Famous Scientists That Were Freemasons

Below is a list of famous freemasons that were Scientists, including details of their most influential work.

Scientists That Were Freemasons

Name - Sir Bernard Spilsbury (1877 - 1947)

Famous For - Sir Bernard Spilsbury was a famous English pathologist. Educated at Magdalen College Oxford in Natural Science, thenm studied forensic pathology at St Marys Hospital London.

Cases Sir Bernard Spillsbury Was Pathologist
Dr Crippen - Identifying body as Dr Crippens Wife
Herbert Rowse Armstrong - Poisoning his wife
Brighton trunk murders
Blazing car murder.
 
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Name - Dr Edward Jenner (1749 - 1823)
Famous For - English scientist who studied his natural surroundings in Berkeley, Gloucestershire. Jenner is widely credited as the pioneer of smallpox vaccine, and is sometimes referred to as the "Father of Immunology"
More information About.......Dr Edward Jenner (1749 - 1823)
Name - Sir Joseph Banks (1744 - 1820)

Famous For - Sir Joseph Banks was an English Botanist and parton of the natural sciences. He was a member of Captain James Cooks first great voyage aboard HMS Endeavour.

Sir Joseph Banks introduced the western world to new plants such as eucalyptus and approx 80 species of plant bear Sir Josephs name.

More information About.......Sir Joseph Banks (1744 - 1820)
Name - Sir Alexander Flemming (1881-1955)

Famous For - Sir Alaxender Fleming was a Scotish Pharmacologist and Biologist. Most famous for the discovery of penicillin, thus leading to the new pharmaceutical industry.

Penicillin was a cure for many oif mankinds horrible diseases including TB, Gangrene and Syphilis.

More information About.......Sir Alexander Fleming (1881 - 1955)
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