Obituary SOT

Obituary of the Brothers of the Order

Encrypted engraving representing the account Frantz Joseph von Thun (1734-1801). The Eques ab Aquila Armata of the Order of the Templar Strict Observance

It is almost impossible to include on this calendar the names and qualities of all the Brothers of the Order since 1751. It would be necessary to take into account the archives that disappeared during the wars, others that were forgotten or kept in public and private funds. , written in several languages. The Illustrious Order of Contemporary Strict Observance, still standing on its foundations, nevertheless had to for the edification of its brothers and sisters, and for its own memory, to begin this work of compilation. We hope that over the years it will be enriched and completed little by little, thanks to the goodwill of researchers. We can already see from this obituary that the Order of the Temple, reestablished and renewed in the Enlightenment, while placing itself in the context of the time, had within it, a dozen reigning Kings and Princes as well as all the cultural, aristocratic and military elite of continental Europe. It at least proves that the late old Order of the Temple so unjustly condemned, even in altered form, is still present among us down through the centuries. As for filiation, let us specify in passing, even if there are a few threads, that no Order can claim to descend in a straight line from a medieval Order, due to the vicissitudes of history and evolution. of the society. It is the same for the popes, the empires, the dynasties and the republics The Stricte Observance Templière in France, was restored in the rules during the year 1995. Based on the tradition of the trade through its Scottish Grand Lodge of Strict Observance, current members must demonstrate wisdom and self-sacrifice. Their first duty is to prove themselves worthy of the sacrifices of the elders. They are there first to keep the torch of Templar chivalry. They then exist to fight relentlessly against chimeras, iniquities and all the eccentricities that shamelessly plagiarize it and claim it for shameful reasons.

The traditional filiation since its restoration
The great masters and chiefs of the order

After the end of the Templars (Council of Vienna in 1312), the House of the Stuarts of Scotland would subsequently have been in hereditary possession of the Grand Mastery of the Order of the Temple.

1312 – 1316 Petrus Amanus – Peter of Aumont I

1316 – 1330 Georgius Harris – Commander of Caburn and Hamton-Court

1330 – 1330 Sylvester de Grumbach – Last buried in the lands of Mull

1332 – 1369 Steward I – transferred the Order in 1361 to Old-Aberdeen

1370 – 1392 Obrack – Irish

1392 – 1427 Batter – Scottish

1428 – 1459 Lindwerth – Irish

1460 – 1500 Gilbert – French

1500 – 1504 Gloucester – English

1504 – 1538 Aumont II – great-grandson of brother Aumont I

1538 – 1589 Aumont III – son of the previous one

1589 – 1592 Aumond IV – son of the previous one

1593 – 1595 Hawkins – Scottish

1595 – 1627 Steward II – Scottish

1628 – 1659 Gremy Sehettwin, – Irish

1659 – 1679 Eques a Tonitru Steward – Scottish (He appointed in 1674 Charles Knight of Lucerne, Egues a Lucerna, Provincial Master of Auvergne. (Elected in 1660 + in 1679).

1679 – 1695 Eques ab Equo Nigro – Steward

1695 – 1717 Eques ab Océano

1717 – 1732 Eques a Leone Aureo

1732 – 1743 Eques ab Union

“Eques a Penna Rubra” Knight of Saint George, father of the pretender.

1743 – 1748 Eques a Sole Aureo Charles-Edouart Stuart, count of Alban

1746 – Eques a Stella Ardente Simon Lord Lovat – Grand Prior of the Order beheaded in 1746 as a supporter of the Stuarts.

VII Province

Baron Rod de Kônigsberg (according to the Count of Saint-Germain). It is said that the famous Rose + Croix, Count of Saint-Germain, was in charge of recruiting new members for the Strict Observance among the nobility, when he attended the Courts of Europe. We quote a letter from Saint-Germain to Count Goërtz in Weimar where he writes: “I promised a visit to Hanau to meet Landgraf Karl in order to work with him on the system of Strict Observance, regeneration of the Order of Freemasons, in the aristocratic spirit, for which you are also so keenly interested “. The Count of Saint-Germain will end his life with his protector, Prince Charles of Hesse, Grand Master of Strict Observance.

1751 Eques a Thyme Von Bieberstein – Marshal of the Empire

1751 – 1776 Eques ab Ense Charles de Hund – Baron

1778 – 1781 Eques a Sole Vivifcante Charles of Sudermanie, King of Sweden

1782 – 1792 Eques a Victoria Ferdinand de Brunswick, Marshal

1792 – 1836 Eques a Leone Resurgente Charles of Hesse, Prince.

SOT in Germany before 1782

The Strict Observance was reorganized after the Kohlo Convent of 1772.

The Duke of Courland (son of the Elector of Saxony and King of Poland Augustus IIII). Eques a Coronis, was appointed Superior of the Order for Upper Saxony.

The Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz was appointed Superior of the Order for electoral Hanover and Mecklenburg.

Prince Frederick Augustus of Brunswick was appointed Superior of the Order for The Prussian States.

Thus 23 prefectures were installed in the Prussian states, Germany, Denmark, Austria, Bohemia and Switzerland

Distribution of members by social class

In the 18th Century, the Illustrious Order of Strict Observance numbered around 5,000 Brothers in less than two hundred Lodges and Chapters throughout continental Europe, including 700 members for the Internal Order of the Temple Chivalry.

They protected the Order

Emperor Frederick II of Prussia, Emperor Joseph, Tsar, King of Sweden.

The Duke of Chartres, G: .M :. du G: .O: .D: .F:., was elected Protector in 1780 of the united and rectified lodges of France.

Among other illustrious members are; Prince Langrave Charles of Hesse-Cassel, brother-in-law of the King of Denmark, Prince Charles of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, brother of the Queen of England, Prince Henry of Prussia, brother and comrade in arms of Frederick II ( visitor to the Lyon chapter in 1784), Duke Ferdinand of Brunswick, etc …

They were members of the Temple knighthood

A dozen Kings, Princes and Dukes-Reigns, around fifty Princes and Dukes, 150 Marquises, Counts, Viscounts, Barons, Bailiffs and Knights, as well as five Commanders and Knights of the Order of Malta;

Twenty-five Archbishops, Bishops, Canons, Priors and Abbots of the Catholic and Roman Church as well as many Lutheran pastors;

About sixty Marshals, Generals, Colonels, Lieutenant-Colonels, Commanders and Captains;

About fifty Ministers, Chambellans, Governors, Lieutenants-General, Presidents, Deputies, Senators, Burgomasters, Counselors, Intimate Secretaries;

About thirty Lawyers, Judges, Notaries, Mortar Presidents; About twenty Doctors and Surgeons; About thirty Professors, Musicians and Composers (Mozart) writers (Goethe) Painters, Printers, Booksellers, Engineers, about fifty Traders, Merchants and Bankers (Mainly in France, in Lyon, Bordeaux, Strasbourg, Nancy but also in Switzerland as in Basel).

Here begins the object of the Illustrious Order of the Templar Strict Observance
of the XVIIIth – XIXth – XXth and XXIth centuries
Pray for the souls of the Knights of the Temple

Ab Abiete – from Ziegesar
Ab Acacia – Prince Louis des Deux-Ponts, Prince-Reigning of Nassau-Saarbruck

Ab Acacia – Hugo Matthieu Hoyer, Superior Commissioner for Food (for the Prussian army)

Ab Adamante – Kiesenwetter, Dean of the Estates of the Principality of Goerlitz, Financial Advisor of Electoral Saxony.

Ab Aesculapio – Diethelm Lavater, physician from Zurich and brother of a famous pastor.

Ab Aeternitate – Creutznach

Ab Aetique – Knight of Saint-Loebase in Dresden

Ab Ala Aquilae – Count Michel Witzay

Ab Alae Florente – Baron de Walters Kirchen

Ab ALba Rubraque Cruce – Marquis Claude-François Adrien de Lezay-Marnésia, Knight of Saint-Louis and Saint Georges

Ab Alis Jean-Marie – from Perret de Lyon

Ab Alteri Certamine – Substitute of the Grand Master General of the Order 2014-2018

Ab Altari Comte – Carrachioli dei principi of Peltoranello, Visitor-General of the Order of Olivetans

Ab Alveari – Wekarlein in Stuttgart

Ab Amarantho – Noirot in Chatons-sur-Saône

Ab Amarantho – Hartmann (Armiger of the Order).

Ab Amiantho – Count Alexandre de Stroganoff, Privy Councilor and Chamberlain of HM the Empress of Russia

Ab Agno – Étienne Vialette d´Aignan, merchant in Montauban

Ab Agno – Leyser (Armiger).

Ab Ancra Aurea – Baron von Schmiedurg

Ab Annulo Equestri – Duke-Reigning Adolf Frederick IV Herzog von Mecklemburg-Strelitz

Ab Angelo – Count Alexandre de Scorailles in Autun

Ab Apiaro – Abbot Antoine in Nancy

Ab Apolline – Market, Doctor of Law, Advisor in Leipzig

Ab Afro – Jean-Jacques Bacon de la Chevalerie, (Socius) of Lyon Lieutenant-General, Commanding the troops of Saint-Domingue

Ab Aquila – Frédéric von Eckstaedt, Colonel of Dragons in the service of the Duke of Württemberg

Ab Aquila – Antoine François Prost de Royer, Lieutenant-General of Police in Lyon

Ab Aquila Alba – Charles Odilon Joseph Guyot, Counselor of the King, Notary in Lyon

Ab Aquila Alba – Charles Von Bruehl – Member of the Rose + Croix d´Or

Ab Aquila Armata – Count Franz Joseph von Thun in Vienna

Ab Aquila Coronata – from Villanis to Turin, in the service of the Duke of Württemberg

Ab Aquila Fulgente – Count Francis Collowarth-Liestein

Ab Aquila Fulva – Johann-August Stark, Pastor

Ab Aquila lmperiali – Baron von Eyben, Intimate Counselor and Chancellor of the Duke of Saxe-Meiningen

Ab Aquila Jovis – Prince Maximilien-Joseph, Duke-Palatine of Deux-Ponts, future King of Bavaria

Ab Aquila Nigra – David Martin, trader in Lyon

Ab Aquila Rubra – Baron von Firks Lord of Pekten in Courland

Ab Aquis Salientibus – Schwabe to Vienna

Ab Equo Nigro – Steward, Scottish

Ab Ara Votiva – Poirot in Chatons-Sur-Saône

Ab Arbore Frugifera – Count of Bosc, Councilor of the Elector of Saxony

Ab Arca – Captain Christian von Hayn, member of the Rose + Croix d’Or

Ab Arec – Antoine Castillon Ainé, trader in Montpellier

Ab Arec – Pylades

Ab Arcu – Baron François-Christian de Durckheim, General Treasurer of the SOT, Intimate Advisor to the Duke of Sàxe-Méningen and Guardian of his forests

Ab Arzu Triumphali – Count of Proesing in Munich

Ab Armelino – Jean Paganucci, trader in Lyon

Ab Aurifodina – Polveret in Bordeaux

Ab Aurora – Count of Gyulai in Vienna

Ab Astris – Mangin de Neuville father (Socius and Amicus) in Nancy

Ab Atramento – Gaybler in Strasbourg

Ab Ave – Colonel-Baron Frédéric de Durckheim Commanding the Royal-Nassau Regiment

Ab Ave Paradisiaca – Marquis Mastrilli Gallo

In Baculo ………..

A Balaena – Authesvrieth in Stuttgart

A Balance – Koepf to Stuffgart

At Basilisco ………..

A Bellicoso – van Roschamph

A Momhyce – Meier, Secretary of Staff for Charles of Hesse

At Bombyce – Essoener in Stuttgart

A Bona Spe – van Halm auf Fillin und Neuhaus

In Brachio – Armato Count of Piana in Turin

A Bracchio Ferreo – Baron de Bruggen

At Busscla – Baron Jean-François Henri de Flaschlanden, Marshal of Camp, Deputy of the nobility in Colmar

In Caduceo – from Mosheim to Stuttgart

At Calice Sacra – Abbé Carnot in Nuitz

A Campa Aureo – Baron de Holder

A Candela – Kolmann in Vienna

A Candore – Keller, trader

In Cancro Aureo – van Jahn, doctor in Dresden, professor and Intimate Mining Councilor of electoral Saxony

A Cane – Amoretti of Osa, tonsured cleric

A Cane – Finet in Strasbourg

A Cane – Count Jean-Baptiste Sapeur in Chambery

A Caniculo Argenteo – Loss, Secretary-Intimate of Prince Louis

A Capite Galeato – Marquis de Chefdebien in Narbonne Colonel de Chasseurs, Knight of Malta

A Capite Nigro – Payen de Montmort in Colmar

A Capricornu – Baron Albert van Sekendorff. Anspach

In Carduo – Jean van Gesdorf, Lieutenant-Colonel in the service of Saxony

A Caryophyllis – Krueger, Advisor to the Court of Auditors

In Castanea – Guillaume Castaing de la Deveze de Montpellier Advisor to the Languedoc Aid Court

A Castore – Count of Gilowski

A Castore – Baron de Bibra

In Castore – Du Caston

A Castro – Chevalier Hyppolite Devine de la Mitature in Chambery

A Cedro – Henri de Brül

To Cedro Libani – Prince Langrave Christian of Hesse-Darmstatt

A Ceraso – Waechter, (Baron de) Lawyer in Stuttgart

A Certo – Baron de Klinglin Strasbourg

In Cervo …

A Cidonia – Henri van Heiden, Aulics Advisor in Frankfurt am Main

A Ciconia – Baron of Zylhelgard

In Circulis – Count François-Henri de Vineux, of Grenoble, Colonel in second in the regiment of Monsieur-Infanterie

At Cithara – David in Bordeaux

A Clava – de Guenet

A Clave – Moseder in Strasbourg

A Clave Aurea – Count Ferdinand de Kulfstein

A Clepsidra – O’Brennan in Strasbourg

A Clibano Nigro – Baron de Bechtolstein, Danish Major

A Cochlea Argentea – August von Goué (Amide Goethe). Assessor at the Aulic Court of Brunswick

A Clypeo – von Fritsch, Minister of State of Saxe-Weimar

A Cliipeo Fracto – von Hauenschild

At Colibus – Marquis de Moutiers

In Columba – Baron de Salio Soglio

In Columna – Georges Schmidt, (Travel to Scotland at the beginning of the Order) Officer of the Regiment of Prince Xavier de Saxe

At Columna Aera – Dorse, Auditors in Dijon

A Columna Alba – Baron François Jean-Jacques Grimod de Rivirie, in Lyon

To Columna Argentea – de Villers, Officer in the service of Prussia

A Columna Aurea – Crown Prince of Hohenzollern-Hechingen (Socius).

A Columna Aurea Coronata – Commander of the Riga Templar Chapter

A Columna Rubra – Ignace de Vigné, bourgeois in Turin

A Commerciis – Ehrmann, Head of Customs Office

A Concha – Hodiska in Munich

In Conchylio – Barennes de Bordeaux

At Concordia – Antoine Willermoz the younger, trader in Lyon

At Concordia – Jean de Passavant-Passenburg

A Corde Tiemann – von Berend Saxe

A Corde – from Hame to Nancy

A Corde – Bourcard, Receiver of ecclesiast revenues. In Basel

A Corde Flagrante – Comte Morawiski in Munich

A Cornu Copiae – Heigelin, banker in Naples

A Corona Murica – Swedish Baron Adjutant-General von Toll

A Corona Rubra – Dartus

A Corona Spicea – Goehler

A Corona Vindicata – the King of Sweden

A Coronis – Prince Charles of Saxony, Duke of Courland Brother of the Hospodar of Moravia, Constantine A Corvo Coronato Prince Alexander Murusi of Mavrocordato He is who wanted to raise an army of fifty thousand Vlachs to reconquer the former Templar property).

At Craticula – Laurent in Strasbourg

A Cruce Alba – Count Vincent Kolowrat

A Cruce Alba – Marquis Jean-Pierre Guillaume de Savaron, in Lyon

A Cruce Archiepiscopali – Prince Brigido, Archbishop of Laibach (Received in 1791 at the SOT in the Prefecture of Prague)

A Cruce Argentea – Count Gamba de la Perouse in Verona, Baron of the Holy Empire

A Cruce Armata – Baron de Lestwitz in Brunswick. Member of the Rose + Croix d´Or

A Cruce Aurea – Doctor Séraphin Günther, Pastor CT

A Cruce Cerulea – Hyacinthe de la Henrière, Lieutenant-Colonel in Metz

A Cruce Coronata – Chanoine von Zobel

A Cruce Hierosolymitana – Duke Charles of Hesse-Darmstadt

A Cruce Nigra – Baron de Saint-Clair

To Cruce Rubra – de Sayve, Commander of the Order of Malta in Grenoble

A Cruce Santa – Jean Laurent Blessig, Lutheran Pastor

A Cruce Armato – von Lestwitz

A Clave- Mosseder in Strasbourg

A Clave Aurea – Count Ferdinand de Kulfstein

A Clibano Nigro – Baron de Bechtolsstein, Danish Major

A Cubo Aureo – Baron de Waldenfels, 1st Cleric at the Cambre d’Empire de Wetzlar

A Cupresso – Comte von Hardenbverg-Reventglau

A Cuspide Aureo – Marquis Esmonin de Dampierre, former President in Mortier of the parliament of Dijon A Cygno Gau de Vosges in Strasbourg

A Cygne Triumphant – Baron Adolf von Knigge, Gentleman and Baron of the Empire (later Organizer of the Bavarian Illuminati).

A Cymba von Koentingstahl

A Dome – Michel Giesendoerfer in Basel

A Dome Rubra – Brunet of Maison Rouge in Châlons-sur-Saône

A Dracone – de La Ville, in Turin

A Dracone – Baron de Mullenheim

A Duabus Aquilis – Marquis Charles Falette de Batol, in Turin

A Duabus Destris – Baron de Joursauvault, in Beaune

At Duabus Pennis – Gerler in Prague

Ab Elephante – Baron von Seckendorf

Ab Elephante – by Muschin Pouschkin, Russian Minister in Hamburg

Ab Ense – Baron Karl Gotthelf von Hund und Alten-grotkau, Born in Manua on 09/11/1722 + in Meiningen on 11/08/1776 Resides in Kitlitz and Undwurde. Buried near the altar of St. Kilian’s Church in Mellrichstadt. Hereditary Lord of Lipse (Upper Lusatia), of Manna (Manua), Rauten (Reuten), Liska (Lieszke), Merzdorff, Beewalde (Beerwalden), State Councilor, Chamberlain and Intimate Advisor to the King of Poland August III and to the Elector of Saxony. Knight of the Order of Saint Anne of Russia.

Ab Equo Bellicoso – Henri von Rosskampf, in Stuttgart, Mayor of Heilbronn

Ab Euro – Comte de Bourquoi in Vienne

Ab Eremo – Jean-Baptiste Willermoz, fabric merchant in Lyon

Ab Esculapio -Doctor Lavater in Zurich

A Face – by Franck fils in Strasbourg

A Face – von Heer

A Falce – Eugène Théodore Hippel, Director of Police at Koenigsberg

A Falce Aurea – Prince Leopold, young son of the Prince-Reigning of Brunswick.

A Falce Saturni – Christian-Daniel de Meyer, Major in the Service of Russia, Strasbourg

A Falcone – don Diego Naselli dei Principi de Aragone Colonel of the Armies of the King of Naples

In Falcone – Doctor Voigt, Senator in Dresden

A Falcone Alba – Duke of Saxe-Gotha

A Fascia – Jean-Pierre Louis de Beyerlé, Advisor Lawyer at the Parliament of Nancy

A Fascibus – Doctor Pierre-Jacques Willermoz in Lyon

A Fascibus – Wilhem to Bouxvillers

To Favo Abbé – Blanchet in Autun

A Favo – Santher in Colmar

A Fele – von Hohenthal

At Ferro – Férand, Gentilhomme in Montpellier

A Fide – Major-General von Miltits, confidant of Duke Albert-Casimir of Saxe-Teschen

In Firnamento – d´Astruc, in Montpellier Advisor-Master of the Court of Auditors, Aydes and Finances of Languedoc

A Fide Alba – Count Oxenstierna in Vienna

A Flamma – Baron de Lidmann

In Flamma – Baron de Landsperg in Strasbourg, Inspector-General Commandant of Places and Redoubts of the Rhine

A Flore – from Colenet to Nancy

A Flore Sancti Joannis – Philippe Merian in Basel

A Flore Turcico – Lieutenant-Colonel of Genius Schneller, Professor of Military Art

A Floribus – Count Joseph de Maistre de Chambéry, Advocate General Minister Plenipotentiary of Sardinia in Russia

At Floribus Aureis – Marquis del Monte di Sarbello

A Fonte Argentea – von Eckartsberg. Member of the Rose + Croix d´Or

A Fonte Irriguo – Ernest von Kortum

In Flumine – Jean de Turckheim the elder, member of the City Council in Strasbourg

To Franconia von Tanner

In Freno – Frederick William II, King of Prussia (24/01 / 1712-16 / 08/1786). Descendant of Marie Stuart. Member of the Rose + Croix d´Or

A Galea Coronata – Prince Charles of Meklenburg-Strelitz, (brother of the Queen of England).

A Gallo – Grimon in Strasbourg

A Gallo Vigilante – Lyunberg, teacher in Kiel

A Garba – Gherardi in Vienna

A Garba – de Raimond, Postmaster in Besançon

Ab Gedera – Baron de Lidmann in Munich

A Gesto – Colonel-Baron de Klingglin, the Chasseurs-Cavalerie Regiment

To Gladio Ilungarico – Count Paul Szapary in Vienna

To Gladio Ancipito – Count Aloys de Brülh in Warsaw. Member of the Rose + Croix d’Or Grand Master of the Artillery of the Kingdom of Poland.

At Globis – Boissier in Turin

A Globo Alato – von Luhe in Prague

A Globo Eburneo – Joseph Pepe, secular priest, math teacher in Naples

A Globo Stellato – Pierre Cogella, ordinary painter to HM the King of Sweden

At Globo Tormentario – Colonel François d´Angély, in the Service of Russia

To Gloria – HRH the Duke of Ostrogothia, Crown Prince of Hesse-Darmstadt (younger brother of King Gustav III of Sweden).

A Crane – Captain Christian Niclaus von Schroëder, in the service of Russia (and rider in Roivershagen)

A Crane – Joachim Heinrich von Schroëder, – brother of the Captain (Counselor of Justice in Mecklenburg)

A Grypho – von Bischofswerder. Member of the Rose + Croix d’Or (Minister of War of King Frederick William II of Prussia)

A Grypho – Marquis de Parelle

A Grypho II – Baron Banffy

A Gryphone Alato – Chanoine-Comte Henri de Gordon, from the church of Lyon

Ab Hedera – Rodolphe Saltzman, lawyer in Strasbourg, Alsatian mystic (Counselor of the Saxe-Cobourg Meningen legation)

Ab Heliotropio – Hombourg, Commander in Strasbourg

Ab Hercule – Vendick in Bordeaux

Ab Hericano – Ricci

A Hierophanes – Bergier de Tinan

Ab Hespero – Louis de Margnolas in Lyon (socius et amicus)

Ab Horologio – Count of Thurn in Vienna, Councilor to Duke Albert

Ab Hyrundine – Barber of Tinan

Ab Hyrundine – Chevalier Boccapianola, Avocat du Roy.

A Hippopotamo – von Bôhnen

Ab Iberia – Count Velasco del Pico in Prague

Ab Igne- Feyerleiar in Stuttgart

Ab Intacto Fulmine Laureo – Count Charles de Salm-Reiffescheit

Ab Intrepiditate – Henri XV de Reus (received at the SOT in 1791 at the Prefecture of Prague)

Ab Iride – Prince Frédéric of Hesse-Darmstatt, Colonel Commanding the Regiment of Royal-Hesse

Ab Iride – Reicberg, trader in Vienna.

A Janua – from La Porte to Bordeaux

To Ianua Clausa – by Vetslar

A Jugo – Louis Boyer de Rouquet in Lyon

A Lancea Coronata – from Taubenheim to Stuttgart

A Lapide – Meuder, doctor to the Elector of Saxony

A Lapide Cubico – from Baedecker to Vienna

A Lapide Nigro – von Zinnendorf, Military Surgeon. He will create his own system.

A Lapide Rubro – Commander of Creutznach

In Latere – Vicar of the Eydendorp chapter

To Laurea Count Basselet de la Rosée, Prosecutor of Halsberg (Chamberlain of the Elector of Bavaria)

A Lauro – Count of Salm Reifforscheid in Vienna

To …….. Count Lazaro of Naples

A Leone – Dominica

A Leone Alato – Landremont in Nancy

A Leone Alato – Marc Revoire, bourgeois in Chambéry

A Leone Aureo – Prince Frédérick-Auguste of Brunswick, son of the Duke Reigning (General in the Service of Prussia)

To Leone Coronato – Count Barbier de Lescouet, canon and dean of the church of Lyon

A Leone Coronato – Prince-Louis-Georges – Charles of Hesse-Darmstadt

A Leone Magno – Johnson

To Leone Dormiente – Colonel-Comte Loewenhaumpt, (Second in command of the Regiment of Royal-Alsace).

A Leone Insurgente – Baron von Wegesack

A Leone Quiescente – Prince Georges of Mecklenburg-Strelitz

A Leone Resurgente – Prince Landgrave Charles of Hesse-Cassel, Field Marshal of the Danish Army, Governor of Schleswig-Holstein, King’s brother-in-law of Denmark.

To Leone Rubro – Lieutenant-Colonel Von Schoenberg (trip to Scotland) (Xavier de Saxe Infantry Regiment).

A Leone Stellato – Hieronymus Von Raven, younger

A Leone Stenuo – Polycarp Knight of Rachais

A Leone de Tribu Sancta – Baron Leyonhufvud, former Marshal of the Reichtag

To ………. Count Léoni of Naples

To Leone Viridi – Georges

To Leopardo – Count of Bünau in Vienna

At Libra – Queffem in Colmar

A Lilio Convallium – Christophe Bode, music teacher, Protestant printer

To Lilio Aureo – Knight of Klinglin in Strasbourg

To Lilio Aureo – Abbot Augustus a Torque

To Lilio Aureo – Marquis de Brèmes in Valencia

To Lilio Aureo – Baron Jacob a Serto

To Lilio Rubro – von Weyhers in Rothenberg

In Liliis – Taffard de Saint-Bonnet

To Lorica Ferrea – Lieutenant-Colonel Charles du Bousquet, in the service of Poland

In Lucerna – Bouchotte in Strasbourg

In Lucerna – Charles, Knight of Lucerne

At Lumine – Guillaume de Castellas de Nussargues

To Luna – Serge

A Luna Argentea – Baron de Wurmser in Strasbourg

A Lutra – Antoine Ott in Basel

A Lynce – Von Lynker, President of the Weimar Consistory

A Lyra – Von Hymnen. Member of the Rose + Croix d’Or of the old system

A Magnete – Diez in Stuttgart

A Malleo – Chanoine-Comte Jean – Antoine de Castellas, Dean church of Lyon

In Malleo – Abbé Jean de Cutty in Lyon

A Malleo Aureo – Jacob-Karl Schmidt, Officer of the Prince Xavier de Saxe Regiment

A Malleo Aureo – Lieutenant-Colonel Sulpice von Both (in the service of the Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin)

A Manu – Jean-Paul Braun elder, trader in Lyon

To Manu Armata Baron von Tuerck

A Margarita – Theodosius von Raven, Lord of Nossentin, Sparow, Mecklenburg (Prior Clerical)

A Marte – von Bauwingshausen in Stuttgart

To ………. don Mariano d´Otrante, Chamberlain of the King

A Mergite – von Rhets, Aulic Advisor, Brunswick

A Merula – Piosaque di Nori in Turin

At Metallis – Christian Derlinger in Stuttgart

A Metallis – von Trabra

In Molimento – Margrave Charles Alexandre d´Anspach-Bayreuth

A Monasteriis – von Muster in Meiningen

In Monte Alto – Pierre Paul Alexandre de Monspey, Knight of Malta in Lyon

In Monte Santo – Count Christian Henri Charles von Haugwitz, President of the Provincial Elais of Silesia, Ambassador in Vienna and Minister of State in Berlin

In Monte Stellato – Abraham Bernard, Language teacher in Dresden, (translator of the rituals into French).

A Montibus Aureis – Baron Sigfried Samson from Landsberg to Strasbourg

In Mystagogo – Daniel Ulmann, Councilor of Regency (and Grand Bailli de Lahr en Brisgau).

A Nave – van Teylingen, The Netherlands

At Navibus Aureis – Turckheim cadet, in Strasbourg

A Navibus – Bernard de Turckheim said the young, trader in Strasbourg

A Neptuno – Marquis Lumière de Pouye, Lawyer at the Parliament of Bordeaux

A Nicotinia – Muller, trader

A Novem Stellis – van Der Mey, Secretary of the Chancellery (of the Hereditary Prince-Governor of Holland)

A Nuce – Baron de Leuwenstierna, Socius and Armiger (Gentleman of the Danish Court)

A Nucleo – Baron Ralzamaussen in Bouxvillers

Ab Oliva – Count of Seinsheim in Munich

Ab Obedientia – van Stein in Rothenberg

Ab Omo – van Dittfurth, Assessor to the Empire Chamber in Wetzlar

Ab Oceano – from Delsin to Turin

Ab Oleo – de la Chausse le Jeune in Strasbourg

Ab Ove – Percelat in Strasbourg

A Pallia – Joseph Fabry, trader in Strasbourg

To Pallia Purpureo – Prince Charles of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Governor of Hanover Lieutenant-General of Great Britain (Socius and Amicus) Member of the Loge la Bienfaisance then of the True Concord in Vienna, Mozart dedicated to him on November 17, 1785, as well as ‘to Count Franz Esterhazy, to the Crowned Hope Lodge, his so-called funeral ode written in July of the same year (K477 / 479a).

In Palma – N … of Halsberg

A Paradisiaca – Marquis Marzsio Mastrilly de Gallo, (Captain-Gentleman of the House of HM Sardinian

At Parelio – Boullé in Bordeaux

At Pavane – Baron Eugène van Prangen, (Captain of the Moscow-Carabinieri Regiment)

A Pedo – Jean Bischoff in Basel

In Pegaso – Lieutenant-Colonel Pracht, in the service of Saxony

At Pelicano – Captain Cardona, in the Macedonian Regiment

A Pelicano – Antoine-Louis Sabot de Pizay fils in Lyon

A Pelicano – Christophe Keyser, virtuoso harpsichord composer (and Goethe’s fellow student in Zurich).

A Penna – Straub in Strasbourg

A Perpendiculo – Joseph Munck, Councilor of Colmar

A Persico – Chevalier Gauriette d´Argueuvre

A Petra Vivente – Saum, Notary in Strasbourg

A Pharo – Seubert in Stuttgart

To Phoenice Baron de Montfort, Squire of HRH the Duke of Chablais

In Pilastro – van Rheden, Captain of the mines, Duchy of Hanover

In Pino – Count of Lutzelbourg, Camp Master in Strasbourg

A Pino Virente – Doctor van Exter in Hamburg. Member of the Rose + Croix d´Or

A Piscibus – from La Grange Neuve to Bordeaux

A Pixide – Joseph Wattier de Zéville in Nancy

To Plagula – Decker, the Court Printer. Member of the Rose + Croix d´Or

A Planitie – Sorbier de Jaure in Bordeaux

A Pomo Aureo – Count Desseri in Turin

A Pomo Imperiali – Prince of Nassau-Saarbruck-Usingen

At ….. …….. Portico of Modena

A Pente – Joseph Barthelemy, Trader in Lyon

In Porta – Kuhn, trader in Bordeaux (Armiger)

At Porta Optato – Hereditary Duke of Havré et Croy, Joseph-Anne Maximilien, Prince of the Holy Empire, Grand of Spain of the Class, Hereditary Châtelain of Mons in Hainaut, Governor of Sélestat, Brigadier of the Armies of the King, owner of the Régiment de Flandre-Infanterie in Paris.

At Prolo – Scyffer in Stuttgart

At Pulvillo – from Mauduit to Nancy

To Pulvinari Rubro – Duke-Reigning of Brunswick To Puteo Prince Alphonso del Pozzo, Captain, Lieutenant, Squire of Prince of Piedmont Pufendrof, Imperial Councilor (Socius and Armiger).

At Pyramide – Antoine le Seurre, Lawyer and former alderman of Autan.

A Pyramid – Alex

A Quadrants – Count of Aversberg

A Quadrants – Duke of Revetera di Salandra, Colonel and Chamberlain of HM Sardinian

A Quadrato Colorato – Marquis Adalbert Pallavicini de Frabouse, Police Lieutenant in Turin

A Quator Palis – Jacques Millanois, 1st Lawyer of the King at the Sénéchaussée of Lyon

At Quercu Baron de Rossillon in Strasbourg

A Rhinocerote – N … Sub-Prior of Creutznach

A Rosa Alba – Skoelen

To Rosa Nascenti – Léonard Gay fils, trader in Lyon

A Rosa Rubra – Meuler, Lawyer in Strasbourg

In Rosis – Dunieuville, Commander of Fort Louis in Strasbourg

A Rosis – Batsch, Lawyer

In Rostro – Falke, Mayor of Hanover

A Rupe – André Faure, Lawyer at the Parliament of Grenoble

A Rupe Alba Coronata – Count Moszinsi, Great Standard Bearer of the Crown of Poland

A Rune Vetusta – Duc Gaetano Montalto de Fragnito, (Gentleman of the Chamber of YMSarde)

To Rupi Capra – Marquis Alexandre Valpergue de Mazin d´Albaret (Captain of the Piedmont-Cavalry Regiment in Turin)

A Ruta – Benno von Geynitz, Assessor at the College of Mines of Brunswick (in Dresden, and Chambellan at the Court of Auditors).

In Sagitta – Abbot of Cessiat, Ecclesiastical Sub-Prior

In Sagitta – Comte di Marulli, Commander of the Order of Malta in Naples

In Salina – von Voigt, Councilor of the Duchy legation

In Salanandro – Ruoss in Stuttgart

A Sancta Cruce – edouard A Samento Gross in Stuttgart

A Scala Aurea – Marquis Joseph César Philibert de la Sallun et de la Serraz, Chambéry

A Scarabeo Dominique – von Schroeter, Lieutenant of Dragons

To Scarabeo Eustache

A Scarabco – Heinrich Léopold von Schrôder Captain of Dragons

A Sceptro – Hoffmann in Stuttgart

A Sciuro – Kaufmann in Stuttgart

A Scorpions Rubro – Gemesius in Basel

A Sede Curuli – Doettinger in Stuttgart

A Septem Sagittis – Langrave, Prince Frederic of Hesse-Cassel

A Septem Stellis – Aubert Berendt, Secretary of the Chamber of Commerce

To Serenus – Vicar of Brazil

A Serpente – Doctor Sébastien Giraud in Turin

A Serpente – von Gersdorf

A Serpente Curvata – Pierre Burkhardt in Basel

A Serpentibus – Pierre du Bois, Minister in The Hague of the Elector of Saxony

To Sepulchro – von Wurmb, Minister of State. Member of the Rose + Croix d´Or

In Serra – Count de Spauer in Wetslar

A Serto – Baron Jacques de Klinglin, Maréchal de Camp (Royal Armies in Strasbourg)

A Sigillo – Zengser in Munich

A Sole – Baron van Botzelaer, The Netherlands

A Sole Caeruleo – Gay the father, in Lyon

A Sole Obscurato – Naselli, Colonel of the Agrigento Regiment

A Sole Aureo – Charles-Edouard Stuart? or Georges Guillaume

A Sole Vivificante – Duke of Sudermanie, younger brother of Gustave III. Regent, then reigned under the name of Charles XIII of Sweden (1809-1818) Provincial Master of the SOT.

A Solibus – Chevalier Gaspard de Savaron, Former Colonel of Artillery; Lyon.

At Solsticio – Steuglin in Stuttgart

A Sphaera – von Eckstaedt. Member of the Rose + Croix d´Or

A Sphinx Radiata – Athanase von Raven junior

A Spica Aurea – Baron Auguste von Weder, Major in a Hungarian Regiment (Hund will commission him to implement Strict Observance in France)

A Spina – Lieutenant-Colonel Christian Friedrich Kessler von Sprengeisen (in the service of Sâxe-Meiningen)

A Statua Memnonis – Matha in Strasbourg

A Stella – Potier de Roynan in Nancy

A Stella – Chanoine-Comte Ferdinand Bernard de Ruly, from the church of Lyon

A Stella – Wilhelm Mylius, Engineer Lieutenant

A Stella Ardente – Simon Lord Lowat, supporter of Pretender Stuart

A Stella Immaculata – von Blommmenfeldt

A Stella Fixa – Charles Jacobi, Secretary of Baron de Hund

A Stella Matutina – Lueder

A Stella Polaria – Prince Jean-Nepomuk of Poninsky, Warsaw

A Stipite Ferrea – Baron de Flachsland, eldest in Strasbourg

In Stapiis, – Marquis Jean-Amédée de Valpergue de Mazin and Caluze (Captain in the service of Sardinia)

In Struthione – Christian Schubart, Lord of Kleefeld, Commissioner for Food (Author of the SOT economic plan)

A Sycorrioro – Bernard Noelting

A Tabulata Designatoria or A Thyme – Wilhelm Marschall von Biberstein, (Teutonic Knight, Hereditary Marshal of Thuringia)

A Talpa – von Postel in Meningen

A garda von Theden, Chief Surgeon of the Prussian Army. Rose + Cx d´Or

A Tauro Albo – de Torri, Lieutenant-Colonel in the service of the Duke of Modena (and Minister in Modena)

To Tauro Rubro – Baron de Plessen, Envoy Extraordinary of the King of Denmark

A Tela – von Herzog in Vienna

A Telescopio – from Elvert to Prague

In Telescopio – Count Valignani di Miglianico, Knight of the Order of Malta in Naples

A Templo – Prince-Bishop of Chrimsée in halsberg

At Templo – Saint-Martin in Strasbourg

A Templo – Aperto von Canitz

A Testitudine – Kern in Bouxvillers

A Testitudine Nigra – Prefect of the Prague SOT

A Testitudine Viridi – Count Kiningl

In Thuribulo – Abbé Joseph de Martigny, Dean of the Collegiate Church of Saint-Pierre (In old Strasbourg)

A Tibia – Muller, General Counsel in Colmar

A Tilia – Captain-Baron von Smiedburg, Commander of the fortress in Vienna

A Tigride Insurgente – by Posadowsky Minister of State of Prussia

A Tonitra – Scottish Steward

A Torpedine – von Roepert. Member of the Rose + Croix d’Or of the old system

Trabe Aurea – von Rhez, Major-General of the Duke of Brunswick

By Trabibus – Henri Belz in Lyon

A Trabibus Albis – Baron de Bechtolsstein, Aulic Advisor of Gotha

A Tribus Angulis – Pierre-Marie Bruyzet fils, Printer in Lyon

A Tribus Castellis – from Viedesel to Stuttgart

A Tribus Columnis – Marisien à Nancy

A Tribus Columnis – von Pénavaire, Director of the Prussian Tobacco Authority

A Tribes Coronis – The King of Sweden Gustav III

A Tribus Globis – Jean Marie Bruyzet fils, printer and bookseller in Lyon

A Tribus Globis – Périsse in Lyon

A Tribus Larvis – Yvon Giroud, Chief Registrar of the Baillage du Graisivaudan, Grenoble

A Tribus Lunis – Jean-André Périsse-Duluc, Bookseller printer in Lyon

A Tribus Oculis – Ecuyer Léonard Joseph Prunelle de Lière in Grenoble

A Tribus Stellis – Comte di Pampara, Maréchal des Logis, guard of the King of Sardinia

A Tribus Stellis – Teichmaier

A Tribus Stellis Coronati – Due Albert-Casimir de Saxe-Teschen

A Tribes Uvis – Adolph von Koeppen, Danish Colonel

A Tribus Zonis – Captain Scarampi de Courtemille, (in the Guard-Infantry Regiment in Turin)

At Trifolié Pratz in Strasbourg

To Trifolié Spielmann, Chief Clerk of the Small Senate,

A Tuba – Hartman in Stuttgart

A Tuba Venatoris – Bourcard, Receiver of ecclesiastical revenues at Corde

A Tubo – Behrmann

A Tumba Sancta – Baron Héribert von Alberg, Munich

A Turre – Baron Buirette von Oelefeld

To Turre Marquis du Ménil, Colonel of Cavalry

A Turre Aurea – Bernay (Marquis Gabriel de)

In Turri Alba – Henri Lambert de Lissieux, Lord of Lissieux, Monfort (and other places in Lyon)

A Turribus Albis – Bechtholdheim (de) Intimate Councilor of Saxe-Weimar

A Turri Aurea – Count Gabriel Asinari of Bernez, Butler (of the King of Sardinia, Turin)

A Turris – Alexandre Green, English

A Thymalo – Comte von Marschall, Chambellan of the Duke of Brunswick

At Toga – Abbé Gérard, Cleric Advisor in Colmar

At Torque – Abbot Auguste de Klinglin, Prior Ecclesiastical, (Chanoine de Neuviller)

In Tormento – de Marin, Artillery Officer

In Tormento Aureo – Lieutenant Clémens de Lemberg

A Torpedine – von Roepert

Ab Unicornu – Bernard de Montessus, Vicar-General of the Diocese of Montpellier

Ab Unione – Mangin fils in Nancy

Ab Ungue Leonis – Felice Livy, Lawyer in Naples

Ab Urna – Frédéric Schwartz, Secret Cameraman in Brunswick

Ab Urtica – Jeanisch, Doctor of Medicine

Ab Uva – Gloechter in Stuttgart

In Valli Clausa – de Serre, Artillery Officer

A Vellern Aureo – Prince of Saxe-Hilbourghausen

A Venatione – Sellonf, trader (from Saint-Gall, Switzerland) to Lyon

In Vexille André Antoine Andras, trader in Lyon

In Victoria – Duke Ferdinand of Brunswick (1721-1792) Braunschweig, Lueneburg, Wolfenbuettel, successor of Baron de Hund at the head of the Scottish Lodges of the Strict Observance.

In Vinea – Després in Phalsbourg

A Vindice Toxico – von Lienau, trader in Hamburg

A Vomere – Théophile Bauer in Stuttgart

A Vulpe – von Witzleben, Master of Forests of the Duchy of Saxe-Weimar

A Zelo Flagrante – Duke-Reigning of Saxe-Meiningen


In Amarantho – Hartmann

Ab Agno – Leyser

A Caritate Chrétien – Straub, Sacristain in Lyon

At Cathedra – Bertrand Manin, Secretary of the Chapter of the Cathedral of Lyon

A Furno Probatorio ……………

A Globo Stellato – Pierre Cogell, Painter in Lyon

To Mercurio Currente …………….

Ab Oriente – Claude François Regad, Sworn Registrar in Lyon

At Porta – Kuhn, Trader in Bordeaux

To Solea Ferrea …………….

Servientes brothers

In Constantia – Jean Brigué in Lyon

A Fidelitate – Louis Billières in Lyon

A Gravitate – Louis Germain in Lyon

Other Knights of the Temple, names in ordine unknown
Or members of the order of the Strict Observance

André Lindner, Preacher of the Court and Professor of Poetry

Baron de la Queue in Strasbourg

Baron Friedrich von Vegesack, of Hamburg, (former Captain of the Orange-Nassau Regiment, in the service of Holland) Received in 1749 in France in the Order of the Templars by René François André Comte de la Tour du Pin, brigadier of the Armies of the King , Venerable of the Military Lodge of the Bourbon-Infantry Regiment. Other masons are part of the Condé Infanterie Regiment.
Baron von Fries

Baron von Gleichen

Bernard Friedrich from Turkheim, Banker in Strasbourg

Captain Alex von Korf

Carl Heinrich Ludwig Jacobi secretary of the Order

Chevalier de la Serre in Strasbourg

Collenet, Advocate General at the Parliament of Nancy

Count Brase, Governor of Novgorod

Count of Bosc in Nancy

Count von Falkenstein-Lewenhaupt, Cavalry Captain

Courvoisier, Professor of Law at the University, Chambéry

D’Hame, Advisor, Master of Accounts in Nancy

De Bouligney de Ranzevelle, Councilor to the Parliament in Chambéry

De Manessy, Lawyer in Parliament in Nancy

De Maud’Huy, Attorney General of the Chamber in Nancy

From Montverdun to Lyon

De Toussainct, Baron of the Holy Empire, Financial Advisor

From Verchamp, Chanoine to Chambéry

Doctor Boyer de Rouquet in Lyon

Du Bousquet, Engineer to the King in Montpellier

Garat to Bordeaux

Georges de Rosskampf

Gillet, Attorney General of the Canons Regular of Nancy (Socius)

Hephaste von Osten-Sacken

Hugon, Chanoine in Chambéry

Jadelot, Lawyer in Parliament

Jean Honoré Jeaume de la Valette, former Captain at Chambery

Jean-Baptiste Dieudonné Boulard, Lawyer in Paris

Jean-Pierre Molière, Printing Director in Lyon (Armiger)

Johann Georges Schwarz, Professor of philosophy

Joseph Bernard des Maisons, doctor in Chambéry

Joseph Daquin, doctor at Chambery Count Franz Esterhazy of Vienne


Le Clerc de Landremont, Captain of Dragons

Leon von Korf

The Marquis and Chevalier de Fléchin, the three, officers of the King Ferbos Infantry Regiment in Bordeaux

Lescot. Lawyer at the Parliament in Chambéry

Lieutenant-Colonel von Lothmann in Vienna

Ligarde, Lord of Espinassat in Bordeaux

Louis, Prince-Reigning of Waldeck

Major-General Baltine – Saint Petersburg

Marizien, Lawyer at the Parliament of Nancy

Marquis d’Hur in Strasbourg

Marquis d´Ivry in Strasbourg

Marquis de Chastellier du Mesnil in Strasbourg

Marquis le Balivières, Captain of the King Infantry Regiment (VM of the Military Lodge of Saint-Louis in Nancy)

Mengin de Neuville, Lieutenant-General at the Bailiwick and Presidial Headquarters of Nancy

Mougeot, Lawyer in Parliament, Chambéry

O’Heguerty, Retired Officer in Nancy

Perrin, Nancy mortar chair

Plassard in Bordeaux

Potier de Roynan, War Commissioner in Nancy

President Réchewsky in St. Petersburg

Prince Alexandre Kourakine, Chamberlain of the Tsar of Russia

Prince Frédéric, Duke-Reigning of Württemberg

Prince Gagarin, Procurator General in Moscow

Prince Loffredo di Cardito, Italy Salvemine de Castillon, Professor at the Military Artillery School of Berlin, (Member of the Academy of Sciences)

Prince Neswicky, Intimate Counselor, St. Petersburg

Prince-Regnant, Margrave of Brandenburg-Onolzbach

Professor Boeber. State Councilor and Director of the Cadet School in St. Petersburg

Lieutenant-Colonel von Boehmen, Commander of Wismar Square

Rognon, Professor of Medicine at the University, Chambery

Roquelaure to Bordeaux

Rouquier Abbé Rozier in Lyon

Savalette de Langes

Senator-Prince Tcherbatof in Saint Petersburg