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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. William E. Johnson: Birth: 19 MAY 1827 in Alabama.

  2. Emmaline Johnson: Birth: 28 JAN 1829.

  3. Martin K. Johnson: Birth: 3 APR 1830 in Georgia. Death: 19 JAN 1904 in Alabama

  4. James W Johnson: Birth: 1833. Death: AFT 1860 in in Civil War

  5. Edward E. Johnson: Birth: 1838. Death: BEF NOV 1863 in in Civil War

  6. Mary Johnson: Birth: 18 MAY 1840.


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Prudy Elizabeth Johnson: Birth: 22 NOV 1860 in Chambers County, Alabama. Death: 13 NOV 1909 in Cedar Hill, Girard Alabama

  2. John B. Johnson: Birth: 3 SEP 1864.


Sources
1. Title:   Personal journal of John M. Johnson "Leather book"
2. Title:   Marraige records for Pike County, Georgia
3. Title:   Marriage recordds for Chambers County, Alabama

Notes
a. Note:   1820 United States Federal Census > North Carolina > Perquimans > Not Stated
  Edward Johnson
 1m under 10
 1m 25 - 45
 1m 45+
 2f under 10
 2f 10 -16
 1f 45+
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 Georgia Marriages to 1850 Record
 about Hawkins, Sarah
 Spouse 1: Hawkins, Sarah
 Spouse 2: Johnson, John
 Marriage Date: 21 Jul 1826
 Marriage Location: Georgia
 Pike County
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 1830 Census Pike County Ga
 William Hawkins, then Jesse Hawkins then John B. Johnson; John Kindrick on same page.
 Hugh Johnson on Ancestry page #27. James E. Johnson Ancestry page #35.
 Some evidence in the Pike County marriages that Martin's name could Martin Kendrick after
 a family member.
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 1830 Census Pike County, Georgia Ancestry page #51. James Johnson several houses away.
 John Johnson and Sarah Hawkins were married in Pike Co in 1826 John Johnson
 1m under 5 (Wm 1827)
 1m 20-30 (John 1803)
 1f under 5 (Emeline 1929)
 1f20-30 (Sarah)
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 1830 United States Federal Census > North Carolina > Perquimans > Not Stated
 Edward Johnson
 2m 5-10
 1m 40-50
 1f under 5
 2f 5-10
 1f 20-30 might be error?
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 All Johnsons in Pike County 1830.
  Abner Johnson Not Stated, Pike, Georgia Page 9 1m under5, 1m5 - 10m 1m 10-15, 1m15-20, 1m 30-40, 2f under5, 1f10-15, 1f 15-20
 Alfred Johnson Not Stated, Pike, Georgia Page 23 1m 20 - 30, 1f 15 - 20, 1f 30 - 40, 1f 40 - 50, 1f 70 - 80
 Bonnell Johnson Not Stated, Pike, Georgia Page 43 1m under 5, 1m 5 - 10, 2m 10 - 15, 1f 20 - 30, 1f 30 - 40, 1f 40 - 50 (could be errors)
 Hugh G Johnson Not Stated, Pike, Georgia Page 27 1munder5, 2m5-10, 1m15-20,1m30-40, 1funder5, 1f5-10, 1f 30-40
 James Johnson Not Stated, Pike, Georgia Page 51 1m 10 - 15, 1m 40 - 50, 1f under 5, 1f 5 - 10, 1f 20 - 30
 James E Johnson Not Stated, Pike, Georgia Page 35
 John Johnson Not Stated, Pike, Georgia Page 51
 John R Johnson Not Stated, Pike, Georgia Page 53 2m 15-20, 1m 40-50, 3f -10, 1f 10-15, 1f 15-20, 1f 40-50
 Thomas Johnson Not Stated, Pike, Georgia Page 13 30 - 40
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 1840 Census Upson County, GA.
  John M. Johnson
 1m under 5 (Edward 1838)
 2m 5 - 10 (James ?? Martin 1830)
 1m 10 - 15 (William 1827)
 1m 20 - 30
 1m 30-40 (John 1803)
 1f under 5 (Mary 1840)
 1f 5 - 10 (Emeline 1829)
 1f 30 - 40 (Sarah 1809)
  Edward Johnson (60-70) is next household; Jackson Johnson (20-30) is two houses away.
 On 1850 census for Marion County, Edward is listed as 72, (1768) born in SC. Wife, Phoebe is 67 (1773) born in SC. In houshold is Martha Williams, 24, born in GA.
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 1840 Census Upson County, Georgia
  Edward Johnson
 1m 10-15
 2m 15-20
 1m 60-70 (1770-1780)
 1f 10-15
 1f 50-60
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 1850 Census, Talbot County, Georgia District 24 November 14, 1850 ancestry page #32 Sarah Johnston 41F NC (1809) Cannot read/write
 Martin 19 GA (1830) James 17 GA (1833) Attended school during the year
 Edwin 15 GA (1835)
 Mary 11 GA (1840)
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 1850 Census, Talbot County, Georgia District 24 next door to Sarah
 William Johnson 21 GA Married within the year
 Jane 20 GA "
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 1850 United States Federal Census > Georgia > Talbot > District 23 November 14, 1850 ancestry page #35
  William Perkins 30M Farmer GA
 Eliza 24F GA
 Mariah 09M GA
 James 07 GA
 Susan 05 GA
 John M. Johnston 45 GA
  This family is in Stewart County in 1860; John is in Chambers County. Could Eliza be Emmaline? No, see below.
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 http://www.rcasey.net/brooks/broperkn.htm
  WILLIAMSON E. PERKINS (2.6.3) is the son of John Wright Perkins and Martha (Brooks) Perkins. Williamson was born on January 27, 1820 in Georgia. On December 22, 1840, Williamson Perkins married Eliza Ann Holtzclaw in Talbot County, Georgia. Eliza was born on August 1, 1825 in Georgia and is the daughter of Horrace Holtzclaw and Mariah Holtzclaw. In 1850, Williamson and Eliza Perkins were living in Talbot County, Georgia and they were the parents of at least three children:
  Mariah Jane Perkins (2.6.3.1), b. November 25, 1841, Talbot County, Georgia
 James Wright Perkins, b. 1843, Talbot County, Georgia Susan (Martha) Perkins, b. 1845, Talbot County, Georgia Williamson and Eliza Perkins had a son who died in young manhood. In 1860, Williamson and Eliza Perkins were living in Stewart County, Georgia. Williamson Perkins was a farmer. Williamson Perkins was killed in the Battle of Griswoldville during the Civil War and was buried in the Providence Cemetery in Stewart County, Georgia. Eliza (Holtzclaw) Perkins died on April 15, 1867 and was also buried in the Providence Cemetery. A daughter of Williamson and Eliza Perkins married a Mr. Fleming and they had one son, William Fleming, who married Maggie Kimble. On December 17, 1865, James Perkins married Sarah W. Baker in Stewart County, Georgia. James Wright Perkins served in Company E of the 31st Georgia Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War. Both James and his wife applied for pensions while living in Walton County, Georgia.
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 Georgia Marriages to 1850 Record
 about William H. Perkins
 Name: Elizabeth H. Roberson
 Spouse: William H. Perkins
 Marriage Date: 24 Oct 1841
 Marriage Location: Troup, Georgia
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 1830 United States Federal Census Record
 about James W Johnson
 Name: Johnson, James W
 Township: Not Stated
 County: Upson
 State: Georgia
 Number of persons in household: View Image
 Ages of persons in household: View Image
 Foreigners not naturalized: View image
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 Georgia Marriages to 1850 Record
 about Elizabeth H. Roberson
 Name: William H. Perkins
 Spouse: Elizabeth H. Roberson
 Marriage Date: 24 Oct 1841
 Marriage Location: Troup, Georgia
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 Georgia Marriages to 1850 Record
 about Sarah B. Johnson
 Name: Robert Perkins
 Spouse: Sarah B. Johnson
 Marriage Date: 4 Mar 1806
 Marriage Location: Greene, Georgia
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 February 17, 1853, Russell County, Alabama
 Martin K. Johnson married Nancy Allen. John M. Johnson signed as bondsmen.
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 JOHN M JOHNSON
 Land Office: ELBA
 Document Number: 17177
 Total Acres: 239.17
 Signature: Yes
 Canceled Document: No
 Issue Date: September 01, 1858
 Mineral Rights Reserved: No
 Metes and Bounds: No
 Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566
 Multiple Warantee Names: No
 Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820
 Multiple Patentee Names: No
 Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries
 Remarks: ADD CERT #17617
 Land Description: 1 W�NE ST STEPHENS No 7N 25E 19
 2 SENE ST STEPHENS No 7N 25E 19
 3 SENW ST STEPHENS No 7N 25E 19
 4 NESW ST STEPHENS No 7N 25E 19
 5 NWSE ST STEPHENS No 7N 25E 19 NOT CONNECTED
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 Chambers County, Alabama
 Marriage license to John M. Johnson and Martha E. Manning, January 22, 1860. By W.M.J. Elder at residence of Joseph W. Elder.
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 1860 Census Chambers County Northern Divison Chambers County, Milltown, Sept 6, 1860 John M. Johnson 57 Value/Real Estate $125 Value/Personal Estate $200 Born: GA
 Martha 33 GA
 Columbus Manning 13 GA "Idiot" NOTE Ancestry lists the name Johnson as John Mychrson. Error was reported on 8/3/05. (Ancestry's reponse) The reference number for your question is '050803-000226'.
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 1830 United States Federal Census > Georgia > Upson > Not Stated Ancestrypage 11 of 54
 Benja Bivins
 1m 60-70
 2f under 5
 2f 10-15
 2f 15-20
 1f 20-30
 1f 40-50
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 http://www.wilkinsons.com/olderrequests.html
  Children of SAMUEL WILKINSON and ELMIRA TEW are:
 i. SARAH A.3 WILKINSON, b. 21 Mar 1837, Barbour Co, AL; d. 27 Aug 1879; m.
 JOHN M. JOHNSON, 13 Jan 1854, Barbour Co., AL.
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 15th District, 4th Section, Cherokee.
  Released 07 December 2002
 1832 Cherokee County Georgia Land Lottery
  5 John M. Johnson, Young's, Wilkinson.* Not Connected
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 Alabama Marriages, 1807-1902 Record
 about Martin Johnson
 Name: Martin Johnson
 Spouse: Safrona Bolins
 Marriage Date: 18 Jul 1840
 County: Bibb
 State: Alabama
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 1790 Census, Johnston County, North Carolina
 Martin Johnson
 2m over 16
 2m under 16
 5 females
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 1790 census Johnston County, North Carolina
 Martin Johnston
 3 males over 16
 3 females
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 1810 census for Georgia was burned by the British in the war of 1812. According to 1810 Tax List there were no Johnson families living in Lincoln County Georgia.
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 Names listed in leather book owing money to John Johnson:
  ______, Richard
 _______, Elbert
 Bishop, William
 Castleberry, Simeon (1850 census, Talbot Co GA. age 43) (1860 census Talbot County, GA. age 54, born in GA.)
 Culpepper, William C. (1850 Chambers CountyDist 19 1/2)
 Griffin, Elbert (1860 Tallapoosa)
 Griffin, John B. (U.S. Census > 1850 United States Federal Census > Alabama > Chambers > District 19) (1850 - Talbot Co. Ga.)
 Hawkins, James (1850 census Jones County Ga. Beaver Creek) 1 in Talbot County, 1 in Pike County on 1860 census
 Hawkins, William, (1850 United States Federal Census > Georgia > Jones > Division 47) 3 Wm Hawkins in Talbot Co. GA on 1860 census
 Ingram, John (1860 Tallapoosa, Russell, Macon, AL; Talbot County, GA.)
 Johnson, George
 Johnson, Ge-----
 Kendrick, William several in Pike County, GA on 1850, 1860 census, dtr Emeline 4)
 Lamp-------, ______ page 3 (Could this be Lamb?)
 Milom, James
 Moris _____page 3
 Pris, Burl page 8
 Robinson, John (Chambers County, 1860)
 Smith, Daniel ( or Lionel)
 Strainey (?) Wiley page 8 (Wiley Stern 1860 Chambers County)
 Tompson, Snoden
 Tompson, Snoke
 Triplet, Wesley
 Welch, William (1850 Chambers County)
 Williams, Doctor
 Womble, Enoch 1850 Census, Stewart County, Georgia
 1860 United States Federal Census > Georgia > Stewart > District 23)
 Wood ______ page 2
 Wood ______ page 3
 Worthey, Martin, (1850 census for Randolph County, AL 30 yrs old, beat 12) (1860 Tallapoosa 40 yrs old)
 Yates ______ page 3
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 JONES COUNTY GA 1816 Tax Digest
 File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by
 John Johnson
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  1840 Census, Russell County, Alabama
 Enoch Johnson
 2 m 30 - 40
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 1840 Census, Tallapoosa County, AL>
 John Johnson
 1m under 5 (Edward 1838)
 2m 5 - 10 (James, Martin 1830)
 1m 10 - 15 (William, 1827)
 1m 30-40 (John 1803)
 1f 5-10 (Emmaline 1829)
 1f 30-40 (Wife) No Mary ******************************************************************************************************************
 Jones COUNTY GA Marriages 1841
 Johnson, John married Seabrook, Mary A. on 27 Oct 1844
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 Entries from leather-bound book believed to made in John's hand.
 John M. Johnson was born in the year of our Lord, November 22 1803
 Pruddy E. Johnson was born in the year of our Lord, 18 hundred and 3 November the 25, 1860.
 John B. Johnson was born September the 3 1864 in the year of our Lord.
 first wife and children
 William E. Johnson was born in the year of our Lord one thousand 1827, may 19th.
 Emmaline Johnson was born in the year fo our Lord January the 28th 1829.
 Martin K. Johnson was born in the year of our Lord 1830 April 3.
 James W. Johnson ded
 Edward Johnson ded
 Both in the war
 Mary was born in the year of our Lord 1840 May the 18th 1840.
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 Under the above entries and written in a different hand:
 Mitty Pate was borned the 22 of May, 1873
 Doisa Pate was borned the 23 of August, 1877.
 Lorabell Pate was borned December 16, 18?
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 http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~janelle/Intruders.htm
  John Wilkinson, John Gallaway & John Johnson have permission to pass thro that part of the Cherokee Nation on their way to Augusta in Georgia . . . 8 Nov 1803
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 http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ga/jones.htm
 Deaths in Jones County, Georgia 1860
  Jane Johnson F 58 GA Dec. Rheumatism
 For reference only; no connection made **************************************************************************************************************************************************
 Johnson, John 58 Georgia
 Muscogee, Columbus Div. 1860 Page 288 on Genealogy.Com Actual census page number 140
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 http://content.ancestry.com/Browse/view.aspx?dbid=8057&path=Alabama.Russell.Not+Stated.39&cr=1
 1840 Census Russell County Alabama
  J. Johnson
 2m under 5 James, Edward)
 1m 30 - 40 (John)
 1f under 5 (Mary)
 1f 5 - 10 (Emeline)
 1f 30 - 40
  This entry is not transcribed as J. Johnson. I don't know what name is listed, but it looks like J. Johnson. There should be WM, 13 and Martin, 10. 2 boys under 5 could be James and Edward.
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 1840 Census Chambers County, Alabama
 Martin Johnson
 2m 10 - 15
 1m 15 - 20
 1m 20 - 30 (1810 - 1820)
 1m 50 - 60 (1780 - 1790) Martin Sr.?
 1f under 5
 2f 5 - 10
 1f 10 - 15
 1f 15 - 20
 1f 20 - 30
 Not yet connected; could be John's father. *****************************************************************************************************************************************************
 ****NOTE***** On the 1860 Census John's son Edward reported that he was 22, and his birth place was Georgia. Thus, John was still in Georgia in 1938. Mary was born in 1840. There are no children after that date indicating that the first wife might have died shortly thereafter.
 Could there be a wife between the first wife and Martha Manning in 1860?
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 http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/jones/vitals/marriages/1811.txt
 Johnson, John - English, Jane 12 Sep 1822
 Johnson, John married Seabrook, Mary A. on 27 Oct 1844
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 http://www.rootsweb.com/~gaeggs/ogleprob/i-l.htm#J
  Oglethorpe County Georgia index to probate records Several matches to Johnson names.
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  Date: Wed, 12 Oct 2005 17:48:56 EDT From: <WwLSARANDOLPH@@aol.com>
 To: RAN-CLAY-L@@rootsweb.com
 Message-ID: <9.4e549f63.307edec8@@aol.com>
 Subject: Re:Johnson Family Marriages
  John Johnson married Sarah Hawkins Jul 21, 1826 Pike County GA
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  11-04-05 Checked the census for Chambers county for 1850. Looked at every Johnson just to get a glimpse of another transcription; no John. Also, checked every Johnson in Russell County. Checked every Johnson in Macon County.
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 http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?johnson,stewart,county,georgia::johnson::8528.html
  Desperately searching for information on DAVID JOHNSON born NC July 6, 1801 to GA (we believe) by 1830, married UNKNOWN (Possibly Catha Ann Somebody) by 1828 and had three children:
 Joseph, born 1828
 Charlotte born 1830
 Francis Jane, born 1833
  Married again In 1838 in Stewart County, Georgia to SARAH ANN LANCASTER, daughter of THOMAS LANCASTER and SARAH COOPER.
 SARAH ANN LANCASTER was born September 2, 1819 in GA. After the 1838 marriage between David and Sarah, they moved to Russell County, AL and were there by 1839. All of their children were born in Russell Co. AL:
  Thomas Lancaster, born 1839 married Lois Antoinette BEALL and moved to GA
 William E., born 1843, married Sarah HOLDEN
 Laura Emma, born 1846, married Josiah HOLMES to Rankin MS
 George Anthony, born 1849
 Sarah C. (perhaps Cooper), born 1851
 Lamira, born 1855
  Some time before 1863 David and Sarah moved to Rankin County, MS (as did at least some of their children) and Sarah died there in 1863. David died in Rankin County in 1867.
  I do not know anything about David�s parents, and am especially eager to learn about him, but would welcome information on any of the above.
  Thanks,
 Dorothy (Johnson) Callaway
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 1850 Census Russell County, Alabama
  David Johnson 49M Farmer NC
 Sarah 31F GA
 Joseph 22M GA
 Charlotte 22F GA
 Frances 18F GA
 Thomas 12M AL
 William 06M AL
 Laura 04F AL
 Georgia 01M AL
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 Newspaper Clippings from the Columbus Enquirer Newspaper 1832 - 1840
  Letter at Post Office in LaGrange Troup County for John Johnson
  John Johnson drawn for Grand Jury for Muscogee County October Term, 1838
  October 9, 1839 Letter at Chambers County Post Office for John Johnson
  Wednesday June 17, 1840 The following citizens of Troup County had their names listed in the newspaper to vouch for the skill of William B. Burdine, the principal workman in Jesse Livingston's gin shop. John Johnson, et al
  July 1, 1840 Sumter County Sheriff Sale Lot no 163030 District�.levied on as the property of Hartwell H. Sims, to satisfy executions or fi fas in favor of John Johnson.
  Wednesday July 19, 1840 Sheriff's Sale Georgia Talbot Co
 One negro girl, Malinda 13, levied on as the property of David Johnson, to satisfy executions or fi fas in favor of Talbot Superior Court vs. John Johnson, David Johnson and Colston Belew.
  John Johnson drawn for Grand Jury for Muscogee County, 1840
  Wednesday December 2, 1840
 Harris County, Georgia Richard Pounds applied for letters on the estate of John Johnson
  December 23, 1840
 Muscogee County James H. Shorter applied for letters of dismission for estate of John Johnson.
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 1870 Census, Russell County, Alabama, Girard
  Johnson Har.? 26FW AL
 Marcella 03FW AL **********************************************************************************************************************************
 http://home.earthlink.net/~bwjohnson/deed_9a.htm
  JOHN JOHNSON of Marion Co. to BENJAMIN BRIGHT of Sumter Co. Lot #7, 19th
 Dist. Wit.: Yabel Arriatt, A. A. Thompson, Isham G. Urier, J.P. Nov. 21, 1838.
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 15th District, 4th Section, Cherokee.
  Released 07 December 2002
 1832 Cherokee County Georgia Land Lottery
  5 John M. Johnson, Young's, Wilkinson
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 1860 Census for Talbot County, Georgia
 In Allen Womble household is Henry T. Cunningham listed as trustee for estate of William G. Johnson estate.
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 http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/upson/court/miscmurder.txt
 UPSON COUNTY, GA - COURTS Georgia Murderers, Murders and Murder Victims 1823-1840
 73. On the 14th February, EDWARD JOHNSON was
 murdered in Twiggs county by ANDREW B. HUGHES.
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 9th District 2nd Section, Cherokee
  Released 05 December 2002
 1832 Cherokee County Georgia Land Lottery
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  161 Edward Johnson, s. 1. w., 454th, Walton
 Issued 12 March 1835
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 Alabama Marriages to 1825 Record
 about Bivins, Joseph
 Spouse 1: Bivins, Joseph
 Spouse 2: Kendrick, Rebecca
 Marriage Date: 21 Sep 1823
 Marriage Location: Alabama
 Lauderdale County
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 Georgia Marriages to 1850 Record
 about Lucinda Johnson
 Name: Stephen M. Pate
 Spouse: Lucinda Johnson
 Marriage Date: 23 Dec 1843
 Marriage Location: Troup, Georgia
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 Georgia Marriages, 1851-1900 Record
 about PASTORA PATE
 Name: MILES P. JOHNSON
 Spouse: PASTORA PATE
 Marriage Date: 19 Dec 1878
 County: Coweta
 State: GA
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 Alabama Marriages, 1807-1902 Record about Rebecca Pate
 Name: Rebecca Pate
 Spouse: Thomas G. Johnson
 Marriage Date: 02 Jun 1834
 County: Clarke
 State: Alabama
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