George Sibley Johns

George Sibley Johns (1857–1941) was an American journalist, most notable as editor of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

George Sibley Johns
Born (1857-11-27)27 November 1857
St. Charles, Missouri
Died July 16, 1941(1941-07-16)
Kirkwood, Missouri
Nationality United States of America
Ethnicity Wales, Scotland, England
Education Princeton University
Occupation Newspaper reporter, editor
Title Editor, St. Louis Post Dispatch
Religion Protestant (Presbyterian)
Spouse(s) Minnehaha McDearmon
Children George McDearmon Johns, Orrick Glenday Johns, Horace Durfee Johns, John Hoyt Johns, Frederick Winston Johns, John Jay Johns, Helen Glenday Johns

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