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Winter transportationOne of the Dunn's with Jim Lannon in sleigh.
1915 at the Lannon farmUnidentified women at the Bill and Helen Lannon farm.
Leo and Bill LannonA 1927 farm scene at the Bill Lannon farm with son Leo.
Lannon and Sodomka familyFrom the left to right is Bill Lannon, Jim Sodomka, in the bucket Deb Sodomka, Susie Lannon( Bill's wife) , Nancy Sodomka, Margaret Sodomka.
Leo LannonLeo Lannon working in the grain bin at his father (Bill's) farm.
Bill Lannon Thrashing
Leo LannonLeo Lannon working on his parents farm near todays' Ascension Lutheran Church (Co. Rd. 11 and Cliff Road).
Leo Lannon at Lannon farmIn the field at the Bill Lannon farm.
Johanna Connelly Lannon
James Lannon deathBorn in Burnsville - brother of Bill Lannon, son of Johanna Connelly and Michael Lannon.
Leo LannonAn early photo of Leo Lannon (1924 - 1990) son of William and Helen Lannon.
Helen O'Brien LannonHelen born 1897 died 1972. She was the daughter of Edward and Elizabeth O'Brien, wife of Bill Lannon and mother of Leo and Betty Mae Sodomka. She grew up in Glendale/Savage.
Betty Lannon SodomkaDaughter of Bill and Helen Lannon, life long Burnsville resident she began preserving Burnsville history long before the publication of the Burnsville history books or the creation of the Burnsville Historical Society.

She and other long time residents visited area schools to share the history of Burnsville,she held meetings at her home where long time residents memories were audio taped and she researched and wrote for the two books.
Wedding of Betty Lannon and Jim Sodomka 1950Betty Lannon Sodomka would be a life long resident of Burnsville. Her parents were Bill and Helen Lannon. This her and Jim's wedding day.
Christmas at the Lannon houseA young Betty Mae Lannon Sodomka awaits Santa at the Bill and Helen Lannon farm. She was born in 1930, estimated photo date 1935.
Betty Mae Lannon SodomkaAt age 6 months, in front of her parents (Bill and Helen) car.
Betty Lannon Sodomka died 2017Betty Lannon Sodomka, daughter of Bill and Helen Lannon.
Betty Mae Lannon Sodomka 2017Betty Mae, life long resident of Burnsville died September 1, 2017. She was born December 25, 1930 daughter of Bill and Helen Lannon. Her brother was Leo. She married Jim Sodomka where they and their family lived on County Road 11.
William and Helen LannonParents of Leo Lannon and Betty Sodomka.
Newly married Bill and Helen LannonBill and Helen stand outside what was then Burnsville's oldest occupied house, built by his grandparents, the Connelly's.
Bill and Helen O'Brien LannonBill and Helen were the parents of Leo and Betty Mae Sodomka.
Bill and Jerry LannonBill and Jerry Lannon, sons of Leo and Josephine Lannon hunting.
Bill LannonThis Bill Lannon is the son of Leo and Josephine Lannon and grew up on the farm behind City Hall on Highway 13. His grandparents were Bill and Helen Lannon.
Bill Lannon Bill Lannon (1891 - 1993) served in World War I.
Bill Lannon's 79th Birthday 1975Bill Lannon feted on his 79th birthday late in October stands on the site of the original log cabin built by his grandparents James and Mary Condon Connelly in 1855 and occupied by them until 1868. Six of their seven children were born there.
HuntingBill Lannon, son of Leo and Josephine, grandson of Bill and Helen, shown at the Enos Gallagher farm during hunting season.
Leo LannonLife long Burnsville Resident Leo Lannon is chair of the 1974 Dan Patch Horse Show.
Descendonts of Pioneers preserve family heritage (Lannon / Connelly)The William Lannon farm in Burnsville was the scene of a family
reunion late this fall, when 150 members of the Lannon ,Connelly, Callahan,and Doyie families feted Lannon on his 79th birthday.

At the time of the event, Burnsville's oldest house (a shed) built by James and Mary Connelly still stood.
A St. Patrick's Day traditionThe Lannon's, Callahan''s and Doyle's are the grand and great and great great grandchildren of Burnsville pioneers Michael and Johanna Lannon. Throughout the year, and especially St. Patrick's Day, they wear their Irish proud.
Bill Lannon 1976Life long Burnsville resident Bill Lannon shown at his farm.
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