The Johnson-Wallace & Fish-Kirk Families




Nathaniel Wood and Hannah Johnson




Husband Nathaniel Wood (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Jonas Wood Jr. (U.E.L.) (1760-Abt 1823)
         Mother: Leah Smades (Abt 1764-      )


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Wife Hannah Johnson (details suppressed for this person)

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Children


Jack Walter Johnson and Georgine Joanne Renaldo




Husband Jack Walter Johnson 4

           Born: 24 Oct 1934 - Great Falls, Cascade, Montana, United States
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           Died: Oct 1987 - Devon, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
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         Father: Clarence Frederick Johnson (1901-1978) 5
         Mother: Christina Marguerite Mitchell (1896-      ) 6


       Marriage: 

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Occupation: accountant.




Wife Georgine Joanne Renaldo (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Leonard Renaldo (1905-1985)
         Mother: Anna Peters (1908-1989)




Children
1 M Mark Stephen Johnson (details suppressed for this person)

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         Spouse: Tracy Anne Pugh (living)



2 M Jack Walter Johnson Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Laura Ann Johnson (details suppressed for this person)

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         Spouse: < > Wurzer (living)




Research Notes: Husband - Jack Walter Johnson

From Mark Johnson 6 May 2012:
"My father was Jack Johnson. I recall his parents/my grandparents fought for years over that - his father/mny grandfather (and therefore in the Johnson/perhaps Jorgensen) line grumbled it should have been John as the family always had "John's". His mother/my grandmother would hear none of it - she said the "deal" was the Johnson's got the family name if it was a girl (they had chosen Anna for her mother-in-law Anna Walters) and her side got the naming rights on a son - she grumbled she had compromised in not naming it after her side. She said she split the difference and named her son Jack hoping that the Johnsons would think it was a nickname for John.

"Was life really simpler back then??????"

From Mark Johnson 15 May 2012:
"I came across a photo in that stack my brother dropped off of an elderly man throwing a baseball with a young boy - I am pretty sure it is my great-grandfather Louie and my Dad - it is labelled "21 W. Collingwood - 1941". So, it is possible that Louie and Caroline moved to New Jersey (they lived in Haddon Heights, NJ at some time) as early as 1941...

"NJ doesn't jive with my father Jack's often told, always
hilarious stories of his boyhood in Montana - spent scanning the
night skies for Japanese fighters and bombers, days spent listening for Japanese words as the Native Americans that worked on ranches would sit in his kitchen as his mother Christina feed them. I guess Jack could have come east for summers (and to ensure his safety from those Japanese warplanes flying over Montana). " 4


Research Notes: Child - Jack Walter Johnson Jr.

Unmarried as of 12 May 2012. 7


Research Notes: Child - Laura Ann Johnson

Adopted daughter of Jack and Anna. She has two boys.


James Johnson




Husband James Johnson

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Children
1 F Rosamond Johnson 8

            AKA: Rosamond Mitchell
           Born: Abt 1868
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         Spouse: Alexander John Colquhoun (Abt 1868-      ) 8 9
           Marr: 9 Dec 1890 - Winchester, Dundas, Ontario, Canada 8





John Nuthall III and Jane Johnson




Husband John Nuthall III 10

           Born: 1620 - London, England
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           Died: 1667 - St. Mary's Co., Maryland, (United States)
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         Father: John Nuthall Jr. (Abt 1577-After 1658)
         Mother: Mary Hyde (Abt 1586-      ) 11


       Marriage: 12 Sep 1660 - Hungar's Parish, Northampton, Virginia (United States)

   Other Spouse: Elizabeth Bacon (Abt 1609-After 1653) 12 - Jan 1644 - Northampton Co., Virginia, (United States)



Wife Jane Johnson

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           Died: Bef 1663
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Children

Research Notes: Husband - John Nuthall III

From: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3143362&id=I631844490 :

As John Nuthall (variously spelled) was not listed among those "Inhabitants in Virginia, living and dead", in the Musters of 1624/1625, but is known to have been there ante 1630, we may safely assume that he arrived during the period 1626 to 1629, and that he was little more than a child, if not a child, upon his arrival. Since there are absolutely no records indicating other persons of the name in Virginia at that early date, we may also safely assume that the boy John Nuthall, arrived in America sans parents.

What would make a young boy sail away, on his own, from his homeland in England to the then wilds of America. While we shall probably never know the facts, we may certainly speculate that young John was either a runaway who perhaps stowed away on the ship which brought him to America; or, that he may have signed on as a cabin-boy, and later jumped ship once in the new land; or, that he was one of those unfortunate children who, kidnapped from the streets of an English city, by a hard-bitten ship's captain, was later sold by the captain, as a servant in Virginia.

During this period, and for many years thereafter, the only method of obtaining land in the new world, was through the transportation into one of England's Colonies, of oneself or ones family or servants, provided only that the cost of transportation was paid by oneself. Many persons, including servants, whose transportation was originally paid for by someone else, later paid for the transportation of others, and many persons made fairly frequent trips back and forth between England and the colonies, and had the right to claim additional land each time they re-entered the latter; thus, among the old land patents, one may often run across the record of a man who claimed land "for transporting himself 3 times", or "5 times", etc. (The term "servant" did not then have the same connotation that it does today, for many of the early "servants" who were transported, were virtually on an equal social footing with their "masters", or very soon attained such.)

While there is no extant record for anyone having claimed land for the transportation into Virginia of John Nuthall, we do have proof that he was the servant of Hugh Hays, of Accovmacke Co., Va., sometime before 1630...ran away from his said master.. .lived with the Indians (probably in what is now the Eastern Shore of Maryland)...was found there by one William Jones, who paid the Indians "a hoe" for the boy, and who then returned young John to Hugh Hays, "well strapped with yehallyards".

Whatever John Nuthall's life in England had been, it's clear that he came of sturdy, intelligent and industrious stock, and his early years of hardship in Virginia only served to prepare him well for the life he led in his adult years. How or when he obtained his education, we don't know, but we know that he could read and write. We have found no record of John's activities between the late 1620's and 1640... his "growing-up years", (and indeed he may have spent part of the time back in England), but by 1643, he was referred to as "Mr.", a term reserved for the most highly respected, and leading citizens of the colony, and generally, only for those who served His Majestie's government in some capacity.

And only a few months later, or about Jan 1644, he married the widow, Elizabeth (Bacon) Holloway, a "person of quality".

It is certainly apparent that John Nuthall had learned the Indian tongue quite probably at the time he lived among them, for during most of his adult years, and in addition to whatever else he did, he was a trader and merchant. In the latter capacity, he made numerous trips to London and back. We have reference to about five or six such trips, and he may actually have been going over every year or so.

As further evidence of the high degree of respect and trust he was accorded, we note that he was frequently appointed the "attorney" of his friends and acquaintances. While we cannot be certain on John's parents, we do know that John's father, mother and sister were living, and apparently in London, at least as late as August, 1644.

7 Jan 1644 granted 250 acres of land to Mr. John Nuthall and Elizabeth his wife. 27 Jul 1645 300 acres in Northampton Co to John Nuthall and Eliza his wife. Nov 1651 John Nuthall about to transport his wife and himself to England.

Although he was termed "Mr." as early as 1643, the first actual record we've discovered of John's serving as "Commissioner" (same as "Justice", and which office entitled the holder to be called "Mr."), was in Northampton County, VA, in Jul 1653. However, he was one of those leading citizens who, on 25 Mar 1651, signed the "Submission to Parliament", from Northampton County, which leads one to believe he may have been serving as one of the Commissioners at that date, if not before.

John Nuthall was a signer of the Northampton Protest or Instructions to the Virginia House of Burgesses. Whatever may be the claims of other sections of the country to being the first in protesting against Great Britain in the next century, the first organized remonstration against our mother county in the form of protest against taxation without representation was made by the people of Northampton County on 30 Mar 1652.

John's wife, Elizabeth, who by her first marriage was the mother of one child, a daughter, Priscilla Holloway, was several years John's senior, as her age was listed as "26", when on 10 Aug 1635, she embarked from England for Virginia, on the "Safety". After their marriage, Elizabeth made one or more trips back to England with John. While we know that she pre-deceased him, and apparently died before John settled in Maryland about 1661, we do not know exactly when Elizabeth died, but the last record we've discovered in which she was mentioned, was in Northampton County, VA, on 27 Jul 1653.

When in England in 1661, John Nuthall purchased from Thomas Cornwalleys , 4,200 acres of land in Maryland, consisting of the Manors of "Cornwal leys Cross" and "St. Elizabeth's", and additional land, and he automaticaly became the owner of the handsome brick "manor house" at "Cross Manor" built by Corwalleys in 1642 and upon seating himself in MD lived in the house and a few years later, died there. This gracious old home, although having under-gone some alterations and additions in the intervening 300 years, is said to not only standing, but also be occupied.

After John's removal to Maryland, he served as Commissioner of St. Mary's County from at least Oct 1663 through 1664, and during which period he was also referred to as "Justice of the Peace and Quorum". He was several times referred to in the records as "Gentleman" (which title of courtesy was extended him through his service as one of the Commissioners).

In Sept 1668, the Council ordered that the personal estate of John Nuthall, who died intestate, be divided among his three children, John, James and Eleanor, who married, 1667, Thomas Sprigg. 10


Research Notes: Wife - Jane Johnson

Source: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3143362&id=I631844498


Paul John Poletti and Janine Elizabeth Johnson




Husband Paul John Poletti (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Janine Elizabeth Johnson (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: DeWayne Burton Johnson (1920-2014)
         Mother: Lorna Doone Wallace (1921-2006)



   Other Spouse: Ragnar Boresen


Children


John Johnson and Christine Morrison




Husband John Johnson 5

            AKA: Johon Johnson
           Born: 22 Oct 1862 - <Denmark>
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           Died: 12 Apr 1933 - Drummer, Ford, Illinois, United States
         Buried:  - Gibson City, Ford, Illinois, United States


         Father: Lauritz Jorgensen (1831-1900) 14
         Mother: Anna Dorothea Caroline Caspersen (1835-1910) 15


       Marriage: 20 Jan 1888 - Paxton, Ford, Illinois, United States



Wife Christine Morrison 5

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Children
1 F Lena Johnson 16

           Born: 1889
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Death Notes: Husband - John Johnson

According to Mark Johnson, after John died, his parents were noted as Louis Johnson and Caroline Kepperson.


Research Notes: Husband - John Johnson

Father (on marriage record?) listed as Louis Johnson. Mother listed as Caroline Kasperson. 5


Notes: Marriage

According to Mark Johnson, John's parents were Louis Johnson and Caroline Kasperson.


< > Wurzer and Laura Ann Johnson




Husband < > Wurzer (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Laura Ann Johnson (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Jack Walter Johnson (1934-1987)
         Mother: Georgine Joanne Renaldo




Children


Harry F. Olson and Lorene Johnson




Husband Harry F. Olson (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Lorene Johnson 5

           Born: 6 May 1906 - Gibson City, Ford, Illinois, United States
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           Died: 16 Nov 1990 - Hightstown, Mercer, New Jersey, United States
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         Father: Louis L. Johnson (1875-1958) 5
         Mother: Anna Walters (      -      ) 5




Children

Research Notes: Wife - Lorene Johnson

Had no children.

From Mark Johnson on 13 May 2012:
"Lorene worked as a teacher when she was younger.

"Lorene was a mystery figure - she suffered from bouts
of depression and always seemed a bit frail and dour.
But on other days, she was fine and engaged.

"Lorene married Harry F. Olson a world famous scientist in the
field of acoustics. Harry invented the microphone used by all
the radio stations in the 1930s, invented the first electronic
synthesizer, and holds numerous patterns - of interest perhaps to
your Dad was the patent he holds on the stethoscope used by
cardiologists that transmits sounds thru the rubber tubes without
distortion. I remember him vividly - smart, always owned a
Corvette. He was a mega big-wig at RCA.

"Later in life, as Dorothy and Lorene aged, they needed care and
they moved into a facility in HIghtstown, NJ. They were there together,
but they did not talk to each other, never ate together, or anything.
It was sad, very sad. My father would visit them every week or two
and there was nothing he could do about it.

"Within a month of my Dad passing away in 1990 (and my first
daughter Carys being born) we got a phone call that Dorothy
passed away. (I think it was Dorothy). So we started to make all
the arrangements, etc and the next day the phone rang again and
we learned that Lorene had passed away. So the sisters had died
a day apart and my Dad the month earlier - literally two generations
of that line gone in less than a month." 5


Louis L. Johnson and Anna Walters




Husband Louis L. Johnson 5

           Born: 12 Sep 1875 - Schlesvig, Denmark
     Christened: <12 Oct 1875>
           Died: 14 Oct 1958 - New Jersey, United States
         Buried: 


         Father: Lauritz Jorgensen (1831-1900) 14
         Mother: Anna Dorothea Caroline Caspersen (1835-1910) 15


       Marriage: 15 Nov 1899 - Illinois, United States 5 18

Events

Emigrated: from Denmark to the United States, 1880.

Census: U. S., 1900, Ford County, Illinois, United States.

Residence: 1900, Gibson City, Ford, Illinois, United States.




Wife Anna Walters 5

            AKA: Ann Walters
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         Father: Fred Walters (      -      ) 18
         Mother: Dora Winakee (      -      ) 18




Children
1 M Clarence Frederick Johnson 5

           Born: 19 May 1901 - Gibson City, Ford, Illinois, United States
     Christened: 
           Died: Jun 1978 - Wayne, Delaware, Pennsylvania, United States
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         Spouse: Christina Marguerite Mitchell (1896-      ) 6
           Marr: Jan 1934 - Montana, United States



2 F Lorene Johnson 5

           Born: 6 May 1906 - Gibson City, Ford, Illinois, United States
     Christened: 
           Died: 16 Nov 1990 - Hightstown, Mercer, New Jersey, United States
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Harry F. Olson (living)



3 F Dorothy Johnson 5

           Born: 1903 - Sibley, Ford, Illinois, United States
     Christened: 
           Died: 15 Nov 1990 - Hightstown, Mercer, New Jersey, United States
         Buried: 
         Spouse: John Volkmann (living)




Research Notes: Husband - Louis L. Johnson

Youngest son of Lauritz and Caroline Johnson. Father listed (in marriage record?) as Louis Johnson, mother as Caroline Caspison.
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From Mark Johnson 12 May 2012:
Briefly, on Louis and Anna Walters - the stories always go like this. Louis L
(referred to as Louie) married pretty badly - Anna was a real domineering
person - cold, hard, Prussian (my father would say). Louis was open, warm
and perhaps a bit too fond of the drink. He lived for some time in Princeton,
worked as a school crossing guard in his old age and was universally loved.

Except at home. He often slept in the boiler room because they would
lock him out. My dad would sneak downstairs and let Louis in, he would
sleep (sometimes sleep it off) and be gone in the morning before Anna
would find him.

I go by the old Elementary school a few times a week (we live in Princeton) and
have thought hundreds of times...........What is your damn name Louis?????
So if you think you wanted to know - well, me too!!

My mother speaks of his dignity and courage through his last days
(bladder cancer) and how much of an impression it made on her as a
young nurse.

His wife Anna I should remember (she died when I was 9) but I don't.
I know that Dad called her "Ober-Gross-muhter" because she rarely
did anything but bark out orders. Then again, my father didn't take orders
well. But even my Mom says she was tough to warm to - like a bee in a
bad mood.

I am sure she wasn't that bad but there may not have been much to love
either.
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From Mark Johnson 13 May 12012:
I grew up 1/4 mile from my grandparents Clarence and Christina's house, built on land cleared by my great grandfather Louie. A house plunked down in a forest - I remember thinking, "How could he have ever done that?" I remember asking when I was very young if
we were related to Paul Bunyan because the forest was so deep. And, as I
said yesterday, driving by the school where Louie "worked" as a crossing guard
several times a week made the whole thing an often present mystery. Who was this
man? This was more than an intellectual exercise for me and I am so happy
to get at least some of the "i"s dotted and"t"s crossed. 5


Notes: Marriage

Witnesses: Mary Johnson and M. I. or perhaps C. C. Johnson per Mark Johnson.
FamilySearch transcription in "Illinois, Marriages, 1815-1935" has her name as Ann Walters, and has his name as Louis Johnson, parents Louis Johnson and Caroline Caspison.


Research Notes: Child - Clarence Frederick Johnson

From Mark Johnson:
"Clarence and Christine married in MT, moved to Ill., back to MT before settling in NJ in the early 1940s. Clarence was an executive at RCA, Christina was a high school principal. They had one child, my fater Jack Walter Johnson." 5


Research Notes: Child - Lorene Johnson

Had no children.

From Mark Johnson on 13 May 2012:
"Lorene worked as a teacher when she was younger.

"Lorene was a mystery figure - she suffered from bouts
of depression and always seemed a bit frail and dour.
But on other days, she was fine and engaged.

"Lorene married Harry F. Olson a world famous scientist in the
field of acoustics. Harry invented the microphone used by all
the radio stations in the 1930s, invented the first electronic
synthesizer, and holds numerous patterns - of interest perhaps to
your Dad was the patent he holds on the stethoscope used by
cardiologists that transmits sounds thru the rubber tubes without
distortion. I remember him vividly - smart, always owned a
Corvette. He was a mega big-wig at RCA.

"Later in life, as Dorothy and Lorene aged, they needed care and
they moved into a facility in HIghtstown, NJ. They were there together,
but they did not talk to each other, never ate together, or anything.
It was sad, very sad. My father would visit them every week or two
and there was nothing he could do about it.

"Within a month of my Dad passing away in 1990 (and my first
daughter Carys being born) we got a phone call that Dorothy
passed away. (I think it was Dorothy). So we started to make all
the arrangements, etc and the next day the phone rang again and
we learned that Lorene had passed away. So the sisters had died
a day apart and my Dad the month earlier - literally two generations
of that line gone in less than a month." 5


Research Notes: Child - Dorothy Johnson

Had no children.
From Mark Johnson 13 May 2012:
"Dorothy married John Volkmann, an engineer at RCA, who was
a designer of sound systems in numerous arenas, including
the sound system at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.
and the Mann Center in Philadelphia.

"They lived in Princeton and my memory as a child was that
Dorothy and Lorene and Harry and John went everywhere and
did everything together.

"As an aside, when John Volkmann passed away, Dorothy wanted
to remain on her own in Princeton. So my father Jack (the only child
of Clarence, Dorothy and Lorene) fixed her up in an apt right
across from the university. I helped move Dorothy in (I was
in my early 20s) and would occasionally go visit Dorothy to see
how she was. I walked in one day and siting in her kitchen, eating
lunch with her, was Brooke Shields, who attended Princeton and
lived in the building. Dorothy had no idea who she was, I mean none,
but I did. I visited Dorothy a lot more often after that and so there
we would sit, on several occasions, my slightly ditzy 80 year old aunt,
this huge celebrity (who really was very nice, especially to Dorothy), and
me, with visions of red carpets and celebrity in my future if only...........
oh well.......I still remember her eyebrows." 5


Oscar Edward Pearson and Marie Baird Johnson




Husband Oscar Edward Pearson 19

           Born: Abt 1888 - Denver, (Denver), Colorado, United States
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         Father: Nels A. Pearson (      -      ) 19
         Mother: Mary Louise Wilson (      -      ) 19


       Marriage: 19 Dec 1917 - Palo Alto, Iowa, United States



Wife Marie Baird Johnson 19




            AKA: Mary Johnson
           Born: 18 Sep 1896 - Cordova, Seward, Nebraska, United States
     Christened: 
           Died: Bef 25 Mar 1970
         Buried: 


         Father: John Jacob Johnson (1854-1929) 15 20 21 22
         Mother: Mary B. Jensen (1854-1937) 15 21


Events

Moved: Moved to Paton, Iowa, Unknown, <Paton, Greene, Iowa>, United States.

Census: 8 Jun 1900, Palo Alto, Iowa, United States.


Children
1 M Darwin E. Pearson

           Born: 
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           Died: 27 Jun 1979
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Lois (living)




Research Notes: Wife - Marie Baird Johnson

Iowa marriage record gives her father as George J. Johnson and her mother as Mary Johnson. 19


Sources


1 http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=cornwalls&id=I465 (Jan Jordan Lokensgard).

2 Johan Adam Papst U.E., Descendants and Ancestors, http://www.myfamily.com/isapi.dll?c=content&htx=view&siteid=54C*CM&contentid=ZZZZZYWU&contentclass=HIST (John Poaps).

3 http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=cornwalls&id=I470 (Jan Jordan Lokensgard).

4 Correspondence, Correspondence from Mark Johnson 5 May 2012 onward.

5 Correspondence, Email correspondence from Mark Johnson beginning May 2012.

6 Correspondence, Email correspondence with Mark Johnson beginning 5 May 2012.

7 Correspondence, Correspondence from Mark Johnson beginning 5 May 2012.

8 FamilySearch Historical Files (www.familysearch.org), "Ontario Marriages, 1869-1927," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FMV2-CN7 : accessed 14 January 2016), Alexander John Colquhoun and Rosamond Mitchell, 09 Dec 1890; citing registration , Winchester, Dundas, Ontari.

9 Ernest J. Chambers, editor, The Canadian Parliamentary Guide 1921 (Ottawa, Canada: The Mortimer Co. Limited, 1921), 507.

10 http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3143362&id=I631844490.

11 http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3143362&id=I631844503.

12 http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3143362&id=I631844491.

13 Fish, Karen Johnson, Johnson, Karen Gail.

14 Personal Documents, Family records of DeWayne B. Johnson.

15 Johnson, DeWayne B. and Lorna Wallace Johnson, Johnson/Wallace Family Tree.

16 Correspondence, Email correspondence from Mark Johnson May 2012 onward.

17 Correspondence, Correspondence from Mark Johnson beginning in May 2012.

18 FamilySearch Historical Files (www.familysearch.org), https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V2PC-3XZ.

19 http://www.familysearch.org, https://www.familysearch.org/search/recordDetails/show?uri=https://api.familysearch.org/records/pal:/MM9.1.r/M6QK-GKR/p4.

20 Obituary, John Jacob Johnson.

21 Personal Documents, DeWayne B. Johnson family documents & photographs.

22 http://www.familysearch.org.


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