William Jefferson Lhamon was a Christian minister and writer. He was born in Gambier, Ohio in 1855, the son of Francis Marian and Julia Ann (Pharis) Lhamon. William graduated from Butler University in 1870 and was ordained for the ministry in the Disciples of Christ Church. He was married to Clara Ellen Frankeberger.
Reverend Lhamon held pastorates in Ohio and other states before joining the faculty of Drury College, Springfield, Missouri. He later became Dean of Missouri Bible College, Columbia, Missouri, where he remained for the rest of his life. He died in Columbia in 1955 at 100 years of age.
Reverend Lhamon was an active writer of pamphlets (tracts), as well as at least five published books.
Studies in Acts (1897)
Missionary Fields and Forces of the Disciples of Christ (1898)
Heroes of Modern Missions (1899)
The Character Christ, Fact or Fiction (1914)
The Chosen Word: Bible Study Course