Bohemian born, American Reform rabbi, Isaac Mayer Wise (1819 - 1900), and the symbol of the Provincial Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of Buckinghamshire, who claim to have used the hexagram "for many years, (centuries)"*
Wise wrote in the Cincinatti newspaper, for which he was both editor and proprietor:
"Masonry is a Jewish institution whose history, degrees, charges, passwords, and explanations are Jewish from the beginning to the end, with the exception of only one by-degree and a few words in the obligation."
— Rabbi Issac M. Wise, Editorial in The Israelite, August 3, 1855.
As quoted in: Oppenheim, Samuel. The Jews and Masonry in the United States Before 1810. New York: The American Jewish Historical Society. 1910. pp.1-2.
Some of the archives of The Israelite (renamed The American Israelite in 1874) are accessible on newspaperarchive.com, but presently only the period Dec 12, 1859 to Sept 27, 1861. The full archives are held on microfilm by the University of Maryland. I did endeavour to purchase a electronic copy of the cited edition, but was informed by the university library that they do not offer such a service, and that I'd have to visit in person to obtain it. Seeing as I live in London, I don't foresee this happening any time soon.
* Email response I received from them last week, following my enquiry of how long they had used it.