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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. (“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.


Kit #N72720

 

August Johnson, b. Sweden

+ Anna Wilson, md. Sweden

└── Peter Johnson, b.16-Dec-1865, Sweden, D. 9-Dec-1942, Danville, Vermilion Co., IL

          +Rienskie Dykstra, md. 1889, Indiana or Wisconsin

            └── Wilford Johnson

                        +Emma Louise Bloomfield

└── Robert Lem Johnson (Kit Number N72720)

 

 

Additional info: Both August and his son Peter Johnson came to the United States; however, it is not known if August returned to Sweden. Anna Wilson Johnson, August’s wife stayed in Stockholm with several children. She did not immigrate.  Peter immigrated about 1888. When Peter, August Johnson’s son left Sweden for the United States, as his ship was leaving Stockholm, he saw a fire on shore, it was the apartment where his mother and siblings were, a sibling (it is said) he found out later died in the fire. Peter was sponsored by a Mr. Cook from Neenah, Wisconsin to come to the United States and work. Peter worked as a carpenter and a coal miner.  It is said he worked on the Hoover Dam.



 
 

 

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Revision Date: July 15, 2008