Lanneau, John Francis

Lanneau, John Francis a Presbyterian minister, was born at Charleston, South Carolina, August 14, 1809; was educated at Yale College, class of 1829, and studied theology at the theological seminaries of Princeton, New Jersey, and Columbia, South Carolina. He was ordained in 1833, and labored three years for the cause of foreign missions; then went as a missionary to Jerusalem. In 1846 he returned to America, and was called to Marietta, Ga. In 1855 he became pastor at Salem, Virginia, and in 1861 returned to Marietta, where he died, October 7, 1867. Mr. Lanneau is represented as an able minister, and always eminently influential and acceptable both as a preacher and a citizen. — Wilson, Presb. Hist. Almanac, 1868, page 340.

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