Biography of John Langdon
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JOHN LANGDON, Master Mechanic of the Old Dominion Copper Company, was born at Hancock, Michigan, in July, 1867, and is the son of Leonard Langdon, one of that town's well known citizens. He was educated in the public schools, learned the trade of machinist, and worked for several large mining companies in Houghton County, Michigan. Mr. Langdon first came to Arizona in 1904, located in Bisbee, and operated a diamond drill for four months. He then removed to Globe, and entered the employ of the Old Dominion Copper Company as shop foreman, which position he held until April, 1906, when he was promoted to the position he now holds. Mr. Langdon is known as one of the prominent citizens of Globe, and was a member of the Constitutional Convention from Gila County. He was married at Dollar Bay, Mich., in 1893, to Miss Matilda Haun, daughter of Frank Haun. They have two daughters, Mary Dorothea and Josephine Weaver.

From:
Who's Who in Arizona
Vol 1
Compiled and Published by Jo Conners
Press of The Arizona Daily Star
Tucson, Arizona 1913


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