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A resumé of the ancestry of William and John Johnson : colonial friends of Virginia; prepared for those of the descendants who are not addicted to reading

Lorand V. Johnson
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Shaker Heights, Ohio : L.V. Johnson, 1972
[4] p. : ill., coat of arms.

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William Johnston (d.1714) emigrated from Scotland to St. Peter's Parish in New Kent County, Virginia, and married Sarah Massie in 1698. His brother, John Johnston, also emigrated from Scotland and married Lucretia Massie in 1698. Edward Johnston, a great-uncle of William and John, married Elizabeth Walker (sister of George Walker) in 1677 and, as Quakers, they emigrated from Scotland to New Kent County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives of the three Scottish immigrants (William, John, Edward) lived in Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado and elsewhere.

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