Person:Charles Johnson (115)

Charles Johnson
d.aft June 1822
  1. Charles JohnsonABT 1763 - aft 1822
  1. John Johnson
  2. Polly Johnson
  3. Bailey Johnson1780-1790 - 1843
  4. Charles Johnson1780-1782 -
  5. Catherine JohnsonAbt 1782 - 1847
  6. Margaret JohnsonAbt 1786 - 1863
  7. George H. JohnsonABT 1787 - 1856
  8. Elizabeth Johnson1790-1794 - Aft 1839
  9. Nancy Johnson1791 - 1839
  10. William JohnsonABT 1805 - 1854-1857
Facts and Events
Name Charles Johnson
Gender Male
Birth[2] ABT 1763 Virginia, United States
Residence? 22 June 1822 Pope, Illinois, United States
Death[1] aft June 1822


in 1799-1807, a Charles Johnson, on Eagle water course, Scott County, KY, owned 125 acres of land, 1-3 horses in 1801-1805, a Charles Johnson on McConnells water course, Scott County, KY, owned 100 acres of land, 3-4 horses


  1. County Court Records, Pope County, Illinois; LDS #0964530, in Illinois. County Court (Pope County), and Illinois. Court of County Commissioners (Pope County). County court records, 1816-1850. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1974), p. 175, 1816-1831, Primary quality.

    – 4 June 1822
    – Report of Viewers of the Road from Golconda to Franklin Courthouse: “We the undersigned have reviewed and marked the within described Road leaving the Kakaskia road about 100 yards, this side of quarrel Creek, and thence by J. A. Whiteside Esq. And old Mr. Johnson’s and we think favourable of the Road.”
    – 4 June 1822 Ordered that Lincoln Harper be appointed Supervisor on the Franklin road, from the Kaskaskia road, to the crossing of the Big Bay Creek, and . . . Cato Whitesid, James A. Whitsid, John Whitesid, James Snow, Isaac Snow, John Snow, Jacob Roe, William Johnson, Bailey Johnson, Charles Johnson Jur, . . . Abraham Shufflebarger, Jacob Sufflebarger, John King, Fredrick A[pple]yard, Jese McCool, Benjamin McCool, . . . allotted to work on the same

    This is the only time the "Jr." suffix has been applied to Charles Johnson, apparently to distinguish him from the "old" Mr. Johnson, presumably his father. Unlike Charles Jr., "old" Mr. Johnson was probably too old to be included on the work crew

  2. Clarence Lott, 27 July 2008, in Johnson Family emails.