Biography of John E. Minnahan
Richmond County, NY Biographies





JOHN E. MINNAHAN, justice of the peace of the town of Castleton, recently appointed to the vacancy caused by the death of Mr. John K. Hall, is at the present time the youngest ustice in the Empire state, being in his 25th year. Born in West New Brighton, he has continued to live there up to the present time. After graduating from the local schools he took a course of instruction in the Christian Brothers, school of New York city, graduating with high honors. He is unmarried and resides with his parents. Mr. Minnahan is a member of several societies and holds the honored position of president of the Catholic Union Dramatic Club, being one of its originators, and devotes considerable of his time to amateur theatricals. As a humorist he is often heard in our various amusement halls, especially when the cause is a charitable one, as his services are always gratuitous.

The judge is one of the most companionable young men that you can possibly meet, and he counts his friends by the hundred.

From:
Prominent Men of Staten Island 1893
A. Y. Hubbell, Publishers
New York, 1893.


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