John F. Ryan
|John F. Ryan|
|37th Speaker of the Virginia House of Delegates|
December 4, 1901 – January 10, 1906
|Preceded by||Edward W. Saunders|
|Succeeded by||William D. Cardwell|
March 3, 1894 – December 6, 1899
|Preceded by||Richard H. Cardwell|
|Succeeded by||Edward W. Saunders|
|Member of the Virginia House of Delegates from Loudoun County|
December 5, 1883 – January 10, 1906
|Preceded by||George E. Plaster|
|Succeeded by||Fenton M. Love|
|Born||John Franklin Ryan
November 9, 1848
Loudoun, Virginia, U.S.
|Died||November 30, 1936 (aged 88)
Arcola, Virginia, U.S.
John Franklin Ryan (November 9, 1848 – November 30, 1936) was a Virginia politician. He represented Loudoun County in the Virginia House of Delegates, and served as that body's Speaker from 1894 until 1899, and again from 1901 until 1906.
Ryan's namesake was involved in a controversial naming of a Loudoun County Virginia School and was identified as possibly playing a hand in Virginia's Jim Crow-era segregation laws., though that has not been definitely established.
- segregation laws
- List of former Speakers of the House of Delegates, in the old House chamber in the Virginia State Capitol
- Loudoun’s NAACP stands against new school name
- John F. Ryan at The Virginia Elections and State Elected Officials Database Project, 1776-2007
- John F. Ryan at Find a Grave
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