Cannon Family News and Information
- George Q. Cannon Online Journals & Exhibit 2016!!
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.
- Attention George Cannon Family Descendants!
If you are a descendant of George Cannon (often known as "George "the immigrant" Cannon), please Contact us. We are trying to build an e-mail mailing list for family news and reunions.
- George Cannon Family Reunion at "This is the Place" Park in Salt Lake City
The George Cannon Family held a reunion at "This is the Place" Park at 2601 East Sunnyside Avenue in Salt Lake City on October 8, 2005. About 100 people attended the dinner. There was a small program in conjunction with the dinner. Copies of the "Cannon Family Historical Treasury" were available for purchase. To join our mailing list please contact Hunter Cannon at firstname.lastname@example.org or 801-310-4868. Click here is see a copy of the invitation.
- "An Apostles Record"
A new book called "An Apostle's Record: The Journals of Abraham H. Cannon" by Dennis B. Horne is available at Eborn Books, This is an excellent account from a fascinating period of LDS Church and Utah history.
- "Cannon Family Historical Treasury"
Copies of "Cannon Family Historical Treasury" by Beatrice Cannon Evans and Janath Russell Cannon Second Edition 1995 are available. Contact us for more information.
- Ship's log of Captain George Cannon (Paternal Grandfather of George Q. Cannon)
Copies of Captain George Cannon's ship's log are available. You download it here, or you may order copies by contacting us. For more information about Captain George Cannon, visit http://cannundrum.blogspot.com/
- "The Journals of George Q. Cannon: Hawaiian Mission 1850-1854" - Available June 2014
- "Presiding Bishops"
A new book called "Presiding Bishops" Compiled by Michael K. Winder is available at Eborn Books in Salt Lake City. This book is very fascinating and has a well written chapter on the life of Sylvester Q. Cannon written by Jedediah Smart Rogers.
- Cemetery Restoration Project
A project to improve and level the grounds surrounding the burial plots of Sylvester Q. Cannon and Winnifred Saville Cannon in the Cannon family plot area in the Salt Lake City Cemetery is finished. This project was instigated by grandson Stuart Q. Cannon. Our appreciation is extended to him and the many other family members who donated to help cover the costs involved. Click here to see the results.
This page has been updated May 25,2016
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