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Jefferson Cannon g of 1893 he came to Terre Haute, where he has since made his home. The Doctor was married September 25, 1871, to Miss Lula J. Wood (a descendent says this is Louisa J. Wood), and by their union have been born four children: Newton J., Emma L., Robert E. , and Willie Ola, who died November 28, 1886. The mother passed away August 27, 1886, and the Doctor was again married, June 28, 1889, his second union being with Miss Hattie A. Aldrich, of Blaudinsville, Ill.

Dr. Cannon is a member of the Masonic fraternity and the Odd Fellows and Modern Woodmen lodges. He also belongs to the Methodist Episcopal Church. In the practice of his profession he has won good success, and though he has only resided in Terre Haute for a year, he has secured a liberal patronage, which is constantly increasing.