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Johnson : an intimate biography of an American family

compiled by Dana Francis Johnson ; a son's gratitude by Steven Michael Johnson ; foreword by Warford Burdette Johnson
Johnson, Dana Francis (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Newton, Kansas : [s.n.], c1998
x, 357 p. : ill., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Includes index.

References: p. 351-353.

William Johnson was born in Virginia after 1735. He married Martha "Patty" Jones, daughter of Lane/Laine Jones. His 2nd wife was also called "Patty". He had 8 children. In 1794, he moved to Tennessee with his family. William died 26 Feb 1814 in Anderson County, Tennessee. His descendants have lived in Virginia, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Kansas and other areas in the United States.

Includes information on the Johnson, Johnston, Warford and other related families.

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