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Some Indiana and Kentucky descendants of Dilmus Johnson, Virginia soldier of the Revolution : including allied lines Ashley, Pace, Bowden, Gray, Bradley, Porter and descendants of Margaret E. Johnson, wife of Benjamin Darby Sansom

compiled by Martha Sansom Greenlee (Mrs. William Jennings Greenlee)
Manuscript/Typescript Photocopy on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1986
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of ms., typescript, and printed materials collection (photocopy, 46 leaves in various foliations).

Contents: Some Indiana and Kentuckty descendants of Dilmus Johnson, Virginia soldier of the Revolution: Records from pension files. Fluvanna County, Virginia, records. Summary fo the Johnson-Ashley records, including issue. David Johnson records. William Webber Johnson records. Indiana records of the Sansom-Johnson union. Notes on allied lines, Ashley-Pace; Bradley-Porter. Index to Johnson section -- Macdonia Baptist Church, Johnson Mill Road in northern Christian County, Kentucky : historical notes taken from the 150th anniversary book -- Happy time in Kentucky [story of Martha Sansom Grrenlee's childhood visit to the Johnsons, Christian County, Kentucky, published by Good Old Days Magazine, 1975] -- Bradley : family records of Elizabeth D. P. (Betsey) Bradley, wife of (James) David Johnson and his death, wife of Acquilla Long -- Captain William Gray, 1754-1841, and some descendants: Records from pension files. cemetery records. Wills and estate settlements. Guardinship records. Census records: Gray and Johnson. Marriage records: Gray and Johnson. Miscellaneous records: Johnson and Sansom.

Dilmus Johnson, son of Dilmus Johnson, was born in 1861. He was living in Fluvanna County, Virginia, when he entered military service during the Revolutionary War. He married Ann (Nancy) Ashley, daughter of William Ashley in Fluvanna County, in 1787. They had at least five children, 1789-1797. The family migrated to Kentucky, ca. 1809. They settled first in Logan County, Kentucky, then moved to Christian County in about a year. He died in Christian County in 1839. Descendants listed lived in Kentucky and Indiana.

In Family history collection / Daughters of the American Revolution. Captain Jacob Warrick Chapter (Boonville, Indiana). John.

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