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Pauline and Joseph Hennan

During the early 1900s, the Knoblochs and Hannens were instrumental in teaching the Baha’i Faith in Washington, DC. The Knobloch Family Memorial Service was held July 7, 2000 at Prospect Hills Cemetery in the Nations Capital to commemorate the family’s service and achievements to advance the faith.

Baha’i Faith Arrives

The Baha’i Faith arrived in the Nations Capital in 1898, brought there by Charlotte Dixon, a white woman, who came to teach the religion she dearly loved, and concentrated her efforts on teaching the faith to African Americans.

Knoblochs and Hannens

During the early 1900s, the Knoblochs and Hannens were instrumental in teaching the Baha’i Faith to African Americans in Washington, DC.

Louis Gregory

“I became a confirmed believer about June, 1909 and thereafter cooperated with the Hannen’s in arranging meetings and trying to give everyone the message.”

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