Djordje Weifert (1850 – 1937) Serbian mason, industrialist of German origin, Governor of the National Bank of Serbia, and later Yugoslavia. He is the founder of the modern mining industry of Serbia and a great benefactor, owner of several mines and breweries.
Zivojin Misic (Struganik, 1855 – Belgrade, 1921) was a Serbian and Yugoslav mason, duke (marshal), participant of all Serbian wars (1876 – 1878). One of the most brilliant Serbian military leaders of the First World War.
PETAR II PETROVIC NJEGOS
Peter II Petrovic Njegos (1813 – 1851) was a poet, bishop and ruler. He layed the foundations of modern Montenegrin state by establishing authorities: Senate, Guardian and Perjanika and introducing tax payments. He united the secular and the religious authorities.
PROTA MATEJA NENADOVIC
Prota Mateja Nenadovic (1777 – 1854) was the Duke in the First Serbian Uprising, the founder and president of the Sovereign Council and a diplomat. He established the first diplomatic contacts of the Rebels with foreign countries (Russia and Turkey).
Ivo Andric (Dolac, 1892 – Belgrade, 1975) was a Serbian mason, writer and royal diplomat.
He was a member of the Lodge „Preporođaj“ and the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1961 for the novel „On the Drina Cuprija“.
Mihailo Pupin mason, scientist, inventor, professor at the University of Columbia, bearer of Yugoslavian Decorations of the White Eagle of the First Order, and Honorary Consul of Serbia in the United States. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize and one of the founders and long-time president of the Serbian People’s Alliance in America. He was a Honorary Doctor of Science at several American universities, president of radio engineering institute, institute of electrical engineering 1925- 1926, Society for the Advancement of Science and the New York Academy of Sciences.
STEVAN STOJANOVIC MOKRANJAC
Stevan Stojanovic Mokranjac mason, melograph, classic Serbian music, and her most prominent figure on a transition from the 19th century to the 20th century, a native of Negotin. He is also credited with the introduction of the Serbian national spirit in artistic music.
Dositej Obradovic – Mason, philosopher and educator. He is considered one of the most important representatives of the Serbian and South Slavic Enlightenment. He studied for the Master, but he abandoned the call and went on traveling all over Europe, where he received the ideas of European enlightenment and rationalism.
KING PETAR THE FIRST KARADJORDJEVIC
King Petar The First Karadjordjevic was the supreme commander of the Serbian army in the Balkan Wars. Due to his age, un June 24, 1914, he transferred the royal powers to Crown Prince Alexander. Since he was king of Serbia during the period of great Serbian soldiers of success, remains remembered in the Serbian people as king Peter The Liberator.
VUK STEFANOVIC KARADZIC
Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic (1787 – 1864) was a Serbian philologist, a Serbian language reformer, a collector of folk sayings and a writer of the first dictionary of the Serbian language. Vuk is the most important person in the Serbian language literature of the first half of the XIX century. He also earned several honorary doctorates.