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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 (“HJ”). 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.
File number: 48507
Thomas1 Johnson, b. about 1787, d. Aug 1859 in Fayette Co., GA
└── Louis Allen2 Johnson, b. about 1817 in Macon, GA, d. 1898 Cottonwood, Callahan Co., TX
+Emily F.2 Mattox, m. 9 Mar 1845 in Coweta, Fayette Co., GA
+Lucretia2 Walker, m. Nov. 1852 in Fayette Co., GA
└── William Thomas "Tom"3 Johnson, b. 30 May 1849 in Fayette Co., GA
+Ann3 Rowe, m. perhaps in Clay Co (?) AL (?)
└── Susy Lee4 Johnson, b. 17 April 1872 in Clay AL
+Mike4 Ray (never married)
└── Luther Beamon5 Johnson, b. 3 Sept 1897 in Cottonwood, Callahan Co., TX
+Jessie Leola5 Gwin,
└── Richard Leonard6 Johnson ( Kit # 48507)
+Sylvia Aleene6 Swor
Special note: The dna test showed that my paternal line is not Johnson but Ray, which was no surprise since family stories said a Mike Ray, a neighbor, was my grandfather's father. However, my great great grandfather, Allen Johnson, was something of a rounder, so he was also a suspect. So you could say I was relieved by the results! Of course, my great grandmother (Susy Lee) is a Johnson.
By the way, I'm handling all this for my dad who will soon be 88. He has never touched a computer in his life, wouldn't know what to do with a keyboard but is very much interested in family history and didn't hesitate about doing the dna test.
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By Lee Johnson
Notice: Neither this project’s administrator and/or it’s group leaders receive any monetary benefits from this project. Their work is voluntary in support of the belief that this information should be shared freely with the genealogical community, however the individual participants as contributors and I reserve copyright privileges lest anyone attempt to publish the reports, in whole or in part, for profit or any other purposes. Lee Johnson
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