The Info List - Pat Cannon

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Patrick Arthur Cannon (May 22, 1904 – January 23, 1966) was a United States Representative from Florida.


1 Biography 2 Career 3 Death 4 References 5 External links

Biography[edit] Cannon was born in Powder Springs, Georgia,and later moved to Laurens County, South Carolina where he attended the public schools. On the post-secondary level, he attended Wofford College, Stetson University, and graduated from the University of Miami School of Law
University of Miami School of Law
in 1931. He was admitted to the bar in 1931, and commenced practice in Miami, Florida. Career[edit] Cannon was elected as a Democrat to Florida's 4th District in the United States House of Representatives
United States House of Representatives
for the Seventy-sixth Congress, and to the three succeeding sessions of the United States Congress (January 3, 1939 – January 3, 1947).[1] He was an unsuccessful candidate for renomination in 1946. After leaving Congress, Cannon resumed the practice of law and was elected circuit judge of Dade County, Florida
in 1952. He was reelected in 1954 and in 1960 to six-year terms. Death[edit] Cannon was a resident of Miami, Florida
until his death in Miami on January 23, 1966. Cannon was interred in Woodlawn Park Cemetery (now Caballero Rivero Woodlawn North Park Cemetery and Mausoleum), Miami, Florida.[2] References[edit]

^ "Cannon, Arthur Patrick (Pat), (1904 - 1966)". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress. Retrieved September 4, 2012.  ^ "Arthur Patrick Cannon". Find A Grave. Retrieved September 4, 2012. 

External links[edit]

United States Congress. " Pat Cannon
Pat Cannon
(id: C000115)". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.  GovTrack.US Pat Cannon
Pat Cannon
at Find a Grave

U.S. House of Representatives

Preceded by J. Mark Wilcox Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Florida's 4th congressional district 1939-1947 Succeeded by George Smathers

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WorldCat Identities VIAF: 14106680 LCCN: n99271741 US Congress: C000115 SNAC: w6dc00bt

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Members of the U.S. House of Representatives from Florida


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Cabell Brockenbrough Cabell Maxwell Hawkins Hamilton Walls Niblack Purman and Walls (served concurrently) L'Engle Sears Green

1st district

Purman Davidson Mallory Sparkman Drane Peterson McMullen Campbell Cramer Sikes Hutto Scarborough J. Miller Gaetz

2nd district

Walls Finley Bisbee Finley Hull Bisbee Finley Bisbee Dougherty Bullock Cooper R. Davis Clark Green Price Bennett Fuqua Grant Peterson Boyd Southerland Graham Dunn

3rd district

Lamar Mays E. Wilson Kehoe Smithwick Yon Caldwell Sikes Pepper Bennett Brown Yoho

4th district

Sears Owen Wilcox Cannon Smathers Lantaff Fascell Herlong Chappell James Fowler Crenshaw Rutherford

5th district

Hendricks Herlong Gurney Frey Gunter Kelly McCollum Thurman Brown-Waite Nugent Brown Lawson

6th district

D. Rogers P. Rogers Gibbons Young MacKay Stearns DeSantis

7th district

Haley Gibbons J. Mica S. Murphy

8th district

Matthews Cramer Young Haley Ireland Young McCollum Keller Grayson Webster Posey

9th district

Fuqua P. Rogers Frey Nelson M. Bilirakis G. Bilirakis Grayson Soto

10th district

Gibbons Burke Bafalis Ireland Young Webster Demings

11th district

Gurney Pepper P. Rogers D. Mica Nelson Bacchus Gibbons J. Davis Castor Nugent Webster

12th district

Cramer Fascell Burke Stack Shaw Lewis Canady Putnam Ross Bilirakis

13th district

Lehman Mack III Goss D. Miller Harris Buchanan Young Jolly Crist

14th district

Pepper D. Mica Johnston Goss Mack IV Castor

15th district

Fascell Shaw Bacchus Weldon Posey Ross

16th district

Smith Lewis Foley Mahoney T. Rooney Buchanan

17th district

Lehman C. Meek K. Meek Wilson T. Rooney

18th district

Pepper Ros-Lehtinen P. Murphy Mast

19th district

Fascell Johnston Wexler Deutch Radel Clawson F. Rooney

20th district

Deutsch Wasserman Schultz Hastings

21st district

L. Diaz-Balart M. Diaz-Balart Deutch Frankel

22nd district

Shaw Klein West Frankel Deutch

23rd district

Hastings Wasserman Schultz

24th district

Feeney Kosmas Adams F. Wilson

25th district

M. Diaz-Balart Rivera M. Diaz-Balart

26th district

Garcia Curbelo

27th district<