|The Family of|
Jacob and Fanny George JOHNSON
of Butler County OH
Children: Reuben, Sarah Ann, John, Aletha "Jane", and Rebecca JOHNSON
|Jacob and Fanny (George) Johnson |
of Greenbrier Co, WV and Butler Co, OH
Little is known about Jacob Johnson, except that he married Fanny George in 1818 in Butler County, Ohio, and had 5 children.
Fannie George Johnson was born October 5, 1798 in what is now West Virginia, the eldest of Ann (Handley) and Reuben George's children. The George family and some of Ann's Handley siblings moved to Butler County, OH about 1812 when Fannie was a young teenager. Fannie's George grandparents are yet unknown. Her Handley grandparents were Archibald and Jean (HENDERSON) HANDLEY of Greenbrier County, WV (now Monroe Co WV). Fanny had a niece, Fanny George Colburn, daughter of Enoch George of Andrew County, MO. Eldest daughters were sometimes named after the father's mother.
Other George families living in Greenbrier County, WV may have been relatives, and this may be later clarified by DNA tests through the George Surname Project. On the Surname GEORGE Study Test Results page, Reuben George 1776 is listed. Also see George Immigrants.
In Butler County, OH, Fanny was the eldest sibling of 6 full brothers and sisters, and half sister to Isaac and Mary "Polly" GEORGE of Esther and Reuben George Sr.
|The Jacob and Fannie (George) Johnson family|
of Butler County, OH
In 1818 Fannie married Jacob Johnson in Butler County. Fannie and Jacob had five children. Fannie died in 1851 when she was 52.
| married 1818|
Butler County Ohio
|Fanny GEORGE JOHNSON|
b. 5 Oct 1798 WV
| 1. Reuben JOHNSON|
b) 11 Dec 1818 - Butler County Ohio
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| 2. Sarah Ann JOHNSON|
b) 19 Aug 1820 - Butler County Ohio
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| 3. John JOHNSON|
b) 11 Oct 1822 - Butler County Ohio
|married 1840s ||John Johnson married Emily (maiden name & date, unknown). They had at least one daughter, Mary Alice Johnson, born February 11, 1847.|
| 4. Aletha "Jane" JOHNSON|
b) 13 June 1824 - Butler County Ohio
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5. Rebecca JOHNSON|
b) 2 Sept 1826 - Butler County Ohio
John N. WALTZ
|Rebecca JOHNSON married John N. WALTZ Sr. about 1850. John was a carpenter who eventually made wagons with his son, George Waltz (1852-1914), a blacksmith. John and Rebecca also had two daughters, Mary Inez Waltz HALL (1854-?) and Sarah Angeletta Waltz. (1856-?)|
I have no information on any marriages or children for Reuben, Sarah, or Jane JOHNSON.
John and Emily JOHNSON: (1 child)
John JOHNSON's wife was Emily, and they had a daughter, Mary Alice JOHNSON, born 11 February, 1847, before Grandma Fannie died (in 1851).
John N. and Rebecca (JOHNSON) WALTZ: (3 children)
1. George Edgar WALTZ, born 20 July 1852, died 1914, married Senora "Anise" SIZELOVE in 1879.
2. Mary Inez Waltz HALL, born November 5 1854, married Sam HALL. (More below)
3. Sarah Angeletta Waltz, born May 27, 1856. Sarah was buried at Mt. Carmel, IN.
George W. Sizelove's father, Airhort Sizelove (aka Erhardt Siceloff), 1740-1818. He died in Rowan County, NC, where son George married Susannah Waggoner on 3 November, 1791.
In 1879, George Edgar WALTZ (b 1852) married Senora "Anise" SIZELOVE (see chart above). George and Anise WALTZ had 4 children.
Rebecca and John Waltz's grandson, John E. Waltz was born May 14, 1889 to George and Anise Waltz. He was a brakeman on the C&O Railroad in Richmond, IN. He married Grace Mae ADAMS, and they had a son, John L. Waltz.
Rebecca and John Waltz's grandson, Newton HALL was born (in the 1880s or 1890s?) to Sam and Mary Inez Waltz HALL. Newton married and had a son, Wilber HALL, who lived in Detroit, MI.
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