Annigoni, Giovanni, one of the first-fruits of the Methodist mission in Italy, was born at Parma in 1835. He labored for several years in his native place as a local preacher. Four years before his death he was called into the ministry, and in Padua, where he first labored in this capacity, his preaching was very popular, and he gave promise of usefulness. His last station was Pavia.. He died Nov. 24, 1872. See Minutes of the British Wesleyan Conference, 1873, p. 46.