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Administrator-  Lee Johnson

 Co-Administrator- Sherrie Boone



   Pedigree Policy: Each participant has been asked to submit his own pedigree and all effort is being made to present the pedigrees as received. As one would expect, this administrator will not alter any pedigree. However, I may add notes or comments (before, within or after a pedigree chart) in parenthesis and signed, i.e. (“LJ”). Whether short or long, famous or not, each pedigree is of equal importance in trying to solve the problems of genealogical research where records have been lost or have not existed.

 Kit Number: 163555


Silvanus Johnson, b. Abt. 1645, England??immigrant/indentured servant, Date of Indenture: August 18 1662

|_Henry Johnson

   +Elizabeth Muffett

      |_Silavnus Johnson, b. Abt. 1696, Amelia Co., VA, d. 1763

         +Elizabeth Carrell

            |_Richard Johnson, b. Bet. 1730 - 1740, Virginia, d. Bef. 12-1769, Johnston Co., NC


                  |_William Johnson, b. Abt. 1752, Virginia, d. Aft. 1805, Johnston Co., NC

                     |_Moses Johnson, b. Abt. 1788, Randolph Co., NC, d. Abt. 1873, Carter Co., TN

                        +Nancy Mayfield, md. May 06, 1816, Granville Co., NC

                           |_Nicholas Johnson, b. Abt. 1828, North Carolina

                              +Mary Ann Jenkins, md. April 01, 1855

                                 |_Andrew Jackson Johnson, b. 10-6-1855, Hampton, Tennessee, d. 10-16-1925, Hampton, Tennessee

                                    +Ellen Grindstaff, md. 10-1-1876, Hampton, Tennessee

                                        |_William Oscar Johnson Sr., b. 8-27-1892, Hampton, Tennessee, d. 12-31-1965, Johnson City, Tennessee

                                           +Corinne E. Lewis, md. 4-1-1923, Hampton, Tennessee

                                               |_Stanford Hampton Johnson, Sr (Kit #163555)



Additional info: As per direct conversation with a great aunt Nancy Jane Johnson (Alice), also known as Alice Goodwin, I am certain of this data
back to Moses Johnson; reportedly a brother of Jacob Johnson, the father of President Andrew Johnson.


Nick Johnson, son of Moses, was a member of the “bridge-burner’s” in The Civil War. Do not know what happened to Nick, he set-out to go through the lines north-west.  Their place was burned by the Rebel Army. My Grandfather, Andrew J. Johnson, the oldest male child, under the direction of his mother Mary Ann and the aid of the other children rebuilt the place.

The information as to Moses’s ancestors came through Carman Johnson.





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Revision Date: July 15, 2008