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Genealogy of the Johnson family

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English
[Salem, Massachusetts : Higginson Book Co., 1997]
143 p. : ports.
0832896713

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Reprint. Originally published: [S.l. : s.n., 19--?]. 143 p.

Chiefly a record of some of the descendants of William Johnson. He was born in Madison County, Colony of Virginia in 1714. He married Elizabeth Cave in 1742. She was born in Madison County in 1720 to Benjamin Cave and Hannah Bledsoe. They were the parents of nine children. He died in 1765 in Orange County, Virginia. She died in 1785 in Orange County, Virginia.

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