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Johnson digest

Robert R. & Louise Stracener Payne
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Glendale, Arizona : L.S. Payne, 1990
78, 15 p.

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The earliest known ancestor, William Johnson (1714-1765), was born in Madison Co., Colony of Virginia. He married Elizabeth Cave (ca.1720- 1785), daughter of Benjamin Cave and Hannah Bledsoe, 1742 in Madison Co., Va. She was also born in Madison Co. She was of a distinguish- ed and influential family who were among the first settlers from England in the colony of Virginia. They had nine children. Members of this family live in Virginia, Kentucky, Missouri, Arkansas, Nebraska and elsewhere. Elizabeth Johnson (1772-1845), daughter of Robert Johnson and Jemima Suggett, and a granddaughter of the above William Johnson, married Gen. John Payne (1764-1837) 1787 in Scott Co., Ky. He was son of William and Ann Jennings Payne.

Includes Payne, Ward and other allied families.

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