HANNON, JOHN, 1845-1921

Biography:

Minister. Born– November 11, 1845, Montgomery. Married– Lucy Haile, 1893. Education– Private schools, University of Alabama, 1862; Randolph Macon College, A.M. Served in Confederate Army, 1863-1865. Bookkeeper in a banking house for two years before joining Virginia Conference of Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Pastor of churches in Culpeper Station, Va., Baltimore, New Orleans, Richmond, and Lynchburg before transferring to the Pacific Conference. Pastor for four years in San Francisco, four years in San Jose, three years in Ukiah, and two years in Alameda. In 1900, returned to Richmond, where he served until his death. Honors– University of Alabama, D.D.

Source:

Encyclopedia of World Methodism.

Publication(s):

The Devil’s Parables; And Other Essays. London; Washbourne, 1910.

Translator:

The Mighty Friend; a Modern Romance of Labor-Warfare, Country-Life and Love. New York; Benziger Brothers, 1913.