Thomas Crawford

Thomas Crawford was born in County Fermanagh, Ireland on August 14, 1847 and came to Canada in 1865. He started his political career in 1892 when he was elected as an alderman for Ward 5 in Toronto. He was elected to the Ontario Legislature as the Conservative member for Toronto West in 1894 and was to hold it during five elections until the riding was redistributed in 1918. He was elected for the new riding of Toronto Northwest in 1918, 1919, and 1923. Crawford served as the Speaker of the Ontario Legislature from 1907 - 1911 and was a member of L.O.L. No. 913. He was the Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Toronto Western Hospital and was also President of the Irish Protestant Benevolent Association and he was also the President of the Laymens Association of the Toronto Methodist Conference.

William Frederick Powell

W. F. Powell was born at Perth, Ontario on April 8, 1826. He was the member of parliament for Carleton County from 1854 1866 and he also was appointed as the sheriff of Carleton County. He served as the President of the Grand Committee of the Grand Orange Lodge of Canada in 1854.

Hugh Falconer

Hugh Falconer was born in Murrayshire, Scotland in 1855and came to Canada in 1872. He moved to Shelburne, Ontario in 1880 and opened a merchant tailor business. He was elected to the Shelburne town council for three terms and also served as Reeve. He served as the master of L.O.L. No. 1321 in 1897. He died in December, 1937.

Reverend William John Halse

W. J. Halse was born in Boston, Massachusetts on August 5, 1849. He was ordained as a Baptist minister in 1874 and served the congregation at Sutton Flats, Quebec until 1882 when he moved to Saint John, New Brunswick where he served until 1887. He preached in the United States for five years, returning to Saint John in 1892. He was a member of York L.O.L. No. 3 at Saint John.