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Daniel Hoagland Cannon

10 March 1889–2 April 1954

Born 10 Mar. 1889 at Ogden, Weber Co., Utah Territory.[1] Son of John Quayle Cannon and Elizabeth Ann Wells.[2] Grandson of EBW.[3] Baptized a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints by his father, 10 Mar. 1897.[4] Served a mission to the Netherlands, 1908–1911.[5] Secretary and treasurer for Marsh Coal Company, 1913–1918.[6] Married Annie Winifred Smith, 25 Feb. 1915, in Salt Lake City; three children.[7] Manager of Fischer-Kittle Coal Company, by 1920.[8] Member of the Utah Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, 1920.[9] Manager of Capitol Coal Company, 1921–1925.[10] Secretary treasurer of the Salt Lake Kiwanis Club, 1924–1927.[11] Grand chancellor of the Utah Knights of Pythias, 1924–1925.[12] Sales manager for Bamberger Coal Company, 1926.[13] Salt Lake recorder, 1926–1927.[14] Bookkeeper and salesman for Utah Pioneer Roofing Company, 1930–1931.[15] Manager for North American Accident Insurance Company, 1934.[16] Laborer for the Salt Lake street department, 1939–1942.[17] Warehouseman and packer for Zion’s Cooperative Mercantile Institution, 1946–1948.[18] Watchman and timekeeper for American Foundry and Machine Company, 1949–1954.[19] Died 2 Apr. 1954 in Salt Lake City.[20]

 

[1] “Endowments of the Living, 1897–1956,” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Salt Lake Temple, vol. D, 1908–1913, p. 31, line 1086, Daniel Hoagland Cannon, 18 Nov. 1908, microfilm 184070 (restricted access), FHL. “United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917–1918,” database and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 14 June 2018), Daniel Hoagland Cannon. “Family Tree,” database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 14 June 2018), Daniel Hoagland Cannon (KWCJ-1KD). 

[2] “Endowments of the Living, 1897–1956,” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Salt Lake Temple, vol. D, 1908–1913, p. 31, line 1086, Daniel Hoagland Cannon, 18 Nov. 1908, microfilm 184070 (restricted access), FHL.

[3] Carol Cornwall Madsen, Emmeline B. Wells: An Intimate History (Salt Lake City: University of Utah, 2017), 505.

[4] Missionary Department Missionary Registers, vol. 4, 23 Oct. 1906–15 July 1919, p. 53, CR 301 22, box 3, folder 1, CHL. “Endowments of the Living, 1897–1956,” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Salt Lake Temple, vol. D, 1908–1913, p. 31, line 1086, Daniel Hoagland Cannon, 18 Nov. 1908, microfilm 184070 (restricted access), FHL.

[5] Missionary Department Missionary Registers, vol. 4, 23 Oct. 1906–15 July 1919, p. 53, CR 301 22, box 3, folder 1, CHL. “United States Passport Applications, 1795–1925,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 14 June 2018), Daniel H Cannon (KWCJ-1KD).

[6] Salt Lake City Directory (Salt Lake City: R. L. Polk, 1913), 207. Salt Lake City Directory (Salt Lake City: R. L. Polk, 1916), 176. Salt Lake City Directory (Salt Lake City: R. L. Polk, 1918), 186. “United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917–1918,” database and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 14 June 2018), Daniel Hoagland Cannon.

[7] “Sealing of Couples, Living and by Proxy, 1893–1956,” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Salt Lake Temple, vol. D, 1913–1929, p. 124, line 1756, Daniel Hoagland Cannon and Winifred Smith, 25 Feb. 1915, microfilm 1239568-2 (restricted access), FHL. Salt Lake Co., UT, County Clerk, Marriage Records, 1887–1965, vol. 53, 1914–1915, no. 21147, Daniel H. Cannon and Winifred Smith, 25 Feb. 1915, microfilm 429088, FHL. 1930 U.S. Census, Salt Lake City Ward 1, Salt Lake Co., UT, ED 18-10, sheet no. 4A, line 40, Daniel H Cannon. Abbie H. Wells, Descendants and Ancestors of President Daniel Hanmer Wells (https://dcms.lds.org/delivery/DeliveryManagerServlet?dps_pid=IE5103633, accessed 29 Aug. 2018), 84. 

[8] Salt Lake City Directory (Salt Lake City: R. L. Polk, 1920), 181.

[9] “Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889–1970,” database, Ancestry.com (https://search.ancestry.com/, accessed 26 Sept. 2018), Daniel Hoagland Cannon. Official Bulletin of the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, vol. 15 (Washington DC: SAR, 1920), 30.

[10] Salt Lake City Directory (Salt Lake City: R. L. Polk, 1921), 188. Salt Lake City Directory (Salt Lake City: R. L. Polk, 1922), 182. Salt Lake City Directory (Salt Lake City: R. L. Polk, 1923), 182. Salt Lake City Directory (Salt Lake City: R. L. Polk, 1925), 348. 1920 U.S. Census, Salt Lake City, Fifth Precinct, District 11, Salt Lake Co., UT, ED 171, sheet 6B, line 58. 1920 U.S. Census, Salt Lake City Ward 1, Salt Lake Co., UT, ED 171, sheet 6B, line, 58, Daniel H Cannon.

[11] Salt Lake City Directory (Salt Lake City: R. L. Polk, 1925), 348. “Kiwanis Delegates Return from Denver,” Salt Lake Telegram, 21 June 1924, 7. “Kiwanis Club Hears Reports of Delegates,” Salt Lake Telegram, 25 Aug. 1927, 2. 

[12] “Pythian Grand Lodge in 42D Annual Meet: Delegates from Numerous Lodges Are Now in Session,” Salt Lake Telegram, 9 June 1925, 2, 12.

[13] “Cannon Selected as City Recorder,” Ogden (UT) Standard Examiner, 28 Sept. 2018, 3.

[14] “Cannon Named City Recorder,” Salt Lake Telegram, 28 Sept. 1926, 2. “Cannon Resigns Recorder Office,” Ogden (UT) Standard Examiner, 15 Oct. 1927, 2.

[15] Salt Lake City Directory (Salt Lake City: R. L. Polk, 1931), 200. 1930 U.S. Census, Salt Lake City Ward 1, Salt Lake Co., UT, ED 10, sheet no. 4A, line 40, Daniel H Cannon.

[16] Salt Lake City Directory (Salt Lake City: R. L. Polk, 1934), 221.

[17] Salt Lake City Directory (Salt Lake City: R. L. Polk, 1939), 160. Salt Lake City Directory (Salt Lake City: R. L. Polk, 1941), 168. Salt Lake City Directory  (Salt Lake City: R. L. Polk, 1942), 162.

[18] Salt Lake City Directory (Salt Lake City: R. L. Polk, 1946), 169. Salt Lake City Directory (Salt Lake City: R. L. Polk, 1948), 188.

[19] Salt Lake City Directory (Salt Lake City: R. L. Polk, 1949), 187. Salt Lake City Directory (Salt Lake City: R. L. Polk, 1953), 165. “Utah State Archives Indexes,” database and images, Utah State Archives (https://archives.utah.gov, accessed 14 June 2018), Department of Health, Office of Vital Records and Statistics Death Certificates, series 81448.

[20] “Utah State Archives Indexes,” database and images, Utah State Archives (https://archives.utah.gov, accessed 14 June 2018), Department of Health, Office of Vital Records and Statistics Death Certificates, series 81448, file 5401612/613 (1954), Daniel Hoagland Cannon. “Utahn Killed on Last Day of Work,” Ogden (UT) Standard Examiner, 2 Apr. 1954, 1.