1733 June 20: Daniel Johnson, Joseph Johnson and John NICKS, 300 acres on the North side of James River adjoing land of Michael Johnson and on the North Side of Mill Creek: Land Office Patents # 15, 1732-1735 vol 1 & 2 pg 37 on reel 13: Library of Viriginia Archives Section;
Joseph Johnson relocated from Goochland by 1747. In 1747 a land patent was issued in Brunswick Co to Isaac Johnson and Joseph Johnson. Joseph Johnson also patented a neighboring tract of 400 acres in 1755 - by this date the area had become Lunenburg.
He also sold his inheritance in Goochland. 13 Oct 1759 Joseph Johnson of Lunenburg Co to John Laprade of Goochland, 200 acres for 71£ 5sh. Land in Goochland Co on Dover Mill Creek adj Robert Burton, John Barnett, Daniel Johnson and Richerson. The land was willed to the said Joseph Johnson by his father Michael Johnson. Wit: William Wodlow, John Watkins, Stephen Sampson & Miller Doged. Rec. 19 Feb 1760, Book 8, p.62
Joseph died before 3 Mar 1761. His will is in Lunenburg County, Book 2, p.28, and names wife Mary; son Mical, son Isaac [who married first Ann and second Rebekah Bowen], dau Sarah [married Peter Womack], dau Mary Winningham [married Jerrel Winningham], son David, dau Ann who married Stephen Wood, son Joseph, dau Susannah who married [Peter] Hudson, daus Elizabeth [married Josiah Foster] Sisley [married Drury Malone] and Charlot.
Joseph JOHNSON and Mary [JOHNSON] had the following children:
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