Cahoon may refer to:

  • Ben Cahoon (born 1972), A football player in the CFL
  • Frank Kell Cahoon (born 1934), United States politician from Texas
  • Kevin Cahoon, American actor/singer/songwriter
  • Lauren Cahoon (born 1985), Taekwondo martial artist
  • Martha Cahoon
  • Ralph Cahoon (1910 - 1982), artist and furniture decorator
  • Tiny Cahoon (1900 - 1973), American football player
  • Todd Cahoon (born 1973), American actor
  • William Cahoon (1774 - 1833), United States politician from Vermont
  • Reynolds Cahoon (1790-1861), Latter-day Saint builder of Kirtland Temple

Other articles related to "cahoon":

Kevin Cahoon - Music
... With his New York-based band Kevin Cahoon and Ghetto Cowboy, Cahoon has played packed shows at many New York venues including CBGB's, Don Hill's, Ars Nova, Joe's Pub, The Fillmore at Irving Plaza ... Cahoon is also featured in the documentary film 'Squeezebox' ... Kevin Cahoon and Ghetto Cowboy's debut album Doll received The Out Music Award for Outstanding Debut Recording, received a Citation of Merit from Billboard ...
Brother Of Jared - Name
... residing at Kirtland, Elder Reynolds Cahoon had a son born to him ... When he had finished the blessing, he laid the child on the bed, and turning to Elder Cahoon he said, the name I have given your son is the name of the Brother of Jared the Lord has just shown or revealed it to me ... Cahoon, who was standing near heard the Prophet make this statement to his father and this was the first time the name of the brother of Jared was known in the Church in ...
Reynolds Cahoon
... Reynolds Cahoon (April 30, 1790 – April 29, 1861) was an early leader in Latter Day Saint movement and later, in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints ... Cahoon was born at Cambridge, New York ... On June 4, 1831, Cahoon was ordained a high priest by Joseph Smith, Jr ...
Martha Cahoon
... Martha Cahoon (1905 - 1999) was the wife and artistic and business partner of Ralph Eugene Cahoon, Jr ...
Cahoon Museum Of American Art - History of The Building
... The stately Cape Cod Colonial building that now houses the Cahoon Museum of American Art was one of seven homesteads in Cotuit built by Ebenezer Crocker in the second half of the 18th century ... Martha Cahoon writes For heat, Mrs ... bulge in the carpet! That year the house was purchased by artists Ralph and Martha Cahoon as their home and studio ...