Arthur Johnson

Arthur Johnson
b. 7 August 1757, Brunswick County, Virginia, to Nathaniel and Winney (Moore) Johnson
d. 16 October 1839, Wayne County, Illinois

m. 2 January 1779, Brunswick County, Virginia
Lucy Harmon
b. 1 January 1759
d. 19 August 1843, White County, Illinois

Children with Lucy Harmon:

  • John (1779–1853) married Mary Reaves
  • Sampson (1781–1836) married Minnie Williams
  • Nancy (1783–1853) married Robert Cates
  • Henrietta (1785–1863) married John Williams
  • Elizabeth (b. 1787) married John Turner
  • Nathaniel (b. 1789)
  • George (1791–1865) married Anna Williams
  • Benjamin (1792–1855) married Polly Almon
  • Winny (b. 1797) married Tolliver Grigsby
  • Arthur (b. 1797) married Elizabeth Harmon
  • William (b. 1798)
  • Lucy (b. 1800) married William Moutray
  • Zachariah (b. 1802) married Delilah McGoughlin

Arthur Johnson served in the Revolutionary War in Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. He emigrated about 1812 from Warren County, Kentucky, to Posey County, Indiana. He emigrated about 1838 from Gibson County, Indiana, to White County, Illinois.

Submitted by:
Judith E. Svoboda
Longmont CO
E-mail: jzsvoboda@earthlink.net

1 thought on “Arthur Johnson

  1. Ralph johnson

    Arthur johnson is my 4th great grandfather. I am tring to get his ancestry going back from gis grandfather. I got on a family search the first time and it took me back to 100 AD. I could not believe it. After several months i got on again and it stopped at his grandfather. Apparently, i am doing something wrong or perhaps someone had bad info and it was taken away. Can anybody help me? My granfather was in the party that moved his grave in the late 1890’s, to its present location in johnson cemetery in white county Illinois.

    Thanks

    Ralph Anthony Johnson

    Reply

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