The Official George Q. Cannon Family History Collection


George Q. Cannon

This is the Official George Q. Cannon Family History Website. While this site is still in it's infancy, our hope is to build it into a well organized, comprehensive resource that you can use to find the information you are looking for ranging from photos, journals, letters, and pedigree charts to contact information for the family association committee members and other family representatives to information on news, upcoming events and reunions.

The George Q. Cannon Journals are currently online at https://churchhistorianspress.org/george-q-cannon, and the exhibit current on display at the LDS Church History Library in downtown Salt Lake City, there is now also an online exhibit at https://history.lds.org/exhibit/george-q-cannon-a-mighty-instrument?lang=eng.

This site is part of a network of linked websites all containing family history information relative to the Cannon family.

Your help is needed in this effort. Please spread the word around your family that this resource is available and contact us to share your thoughts and comments on how this resource can be improved.
An ongoing effort is underway to gather family history data (photos, journals, letters, narratives, documents, etc.) in digital format from the various descendant families of George Q. Cannon and make them available here for viewing and download.

Please consider sharing copies of family history treasures you may have.

George Cannon Family Association:

The George (the immigrant) Cannon Family Association leadership was reorganized on Feb. 28, 2004. Several goals and priorities are actively being accomplished including plans for upcoming reunions, etc. Click here to sign up for a periodical family newsletter sent via email. The family email mailing list will not be shared or used for any other purpose. George Cannon, his wife Ann Quayle, and their children, George Q. Cannon, Mary Alice Cannon (Lambert), Ann Cannon (Woodbury), Angus M. Cannon, David H. Cannon, and Leonora Cannon (Gardner) joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Liverpool England in 1840 and immigrated to Nauvoo, IL in 1842. Ann Quayle died at sea en route to Nauvoo. George married Mary Edwards in 1844 and had another daughter, Elizabeth Cannon (Piggott).
Click here for the George Cannon Family reference guide.

We are still searching for a family genealogist. If interested, please contact Hunter Cannon at shcannon55@gmail.com.
Click here to see a copy of a letter from Russell A. Cannon concerning the changes. Our thanks go to the previous officers, Joe Cannon and Steve Marshall, for their service.
Contact us for more information on other related family organizations. We are still looking for family members interested in representing some of the descendant families. If interested, contact Hunter Cannon at shcannon55@gmail.com.

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This page has been updated May 25,2016

Webmaster:
S. Hunter Cannon
25 North 840 East
Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
(801) 310-4868
shcannon55@gmail.com
www.georgeqcannon.com

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