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The descendants of William and John Johnson, colonial Friends of Virginia : with Terrell family intermarriages

by Lorand V. Johnson ; [Terrell intermarriages and additional data by Harvey Samuel Johnson]
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Charlotte, North Carolina : Terrell Society of America, 1988]
[15], 149, [38] p. : ill., coats of arms, facsims., geneal. tables

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William Johns(t)on (who married Sarah Massie) and John Johns(t)on (who married Lucretia Massie) came to New Kent County, Virginia, ca. 1696. Sarah Johnson (1729-1775), a granddaughter of William Johnson and Sarah Massie, married David Terrell (1729-1805). Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, New York, Kansas, Indiana, Iowa, Missouri, Ohio, and elsewhere.

Includes : The descendants of William and John Johnson index / by Don C. Terrill. 1989.

Includes Deardorff, Timberlake, Moorman, Bagby, Hardwicke, DeMott, Terrell, Ballard, Lundy, Squibb, and related families.

Photocopy, with a few additions, of original published: San Diego, Calif. : H.S. Johnson, 1988. 1 v.

Includes additional genealogical data inserted by Lawrence F. LeStourgeon, Charlotte, North Carolina.

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