Facts and Events
||Pope, Illinois, United StatesAlexander Township
||22 Jan 1829
||Clark, Indiana, United Statesto Ann Johnson
||28 July 1835
||Johnson, Indiana, United Statessold property; resident in Clark County
||2 Sep 1839
||Johnson, Indiana, United Statespurchased property from brother-in-law; resident Johnson County
||Johnson, Indiana, United StatesFather's estate
||22 Sept 1843
||Johnson, Indiana, United Statespurchased brother-in-law John Snow's interest in father's estate
||31 Aug 1848
||Johnson, Indiana, United Statessold property
- ↑ Vol. 2, in Johnson, Indiana, United States. Deed Records, p. 437, 1832-1835, Primary quality.
Indenture 28 July 1835
Between Charles Johnson of Clark county, Indiana
And Henry C. Bower, who paid $70 for
The entire SW 1/4 of the NE1/4, S8, T12N, R5E (Indianapolis District), 40 acres more or less
Signed Charles Johnson, Anna x her mark Johnson, his wife
Witness Joseph Bower, JP of Clark County, Indian
p. 437 – Henry Bower and Susanna (signed with an x) Bower his wife sold the above to Daniel W. Bower, also of Clark County, on 19 Oct 1835 For $65, Witness Joseph Bower JP of Clark County
- ↑ Vol. J, in Johnson, Indiana, United States. Deed Records, p. 441, Mar 1842-Jan 1849, Primary quality.
Charles Johnson of Johnson County, Indiana was paid $425
By Albert F. Tilton of Kenebec County, Maine
For N1/2 of the S1/2 of the NW1/4 of S30, T12, R5
And 2 undivided fifths of that part of said 1/4 included in the following boundary commencing at the NW corner of said 1/4 then running 93 and 1/3 rods East on the line of said 1/4 then south 80 rods then West 93 and 1/3 rods to the west line of said 1/4 then 80 rods to the place of beginning which last section is subject to the dower of Anna Johnson
Signed 31 Aug 1848, Charles Johnson, Anna x her mark Johnson his wife
Witness G. Hicks, G. M. Overstreet, Alexander Wilson, JP
- ↑ Vol. F, in Johnson, Indiana, United States. Deed Records, p. 338, Sep 1839-May 1841, Primary quality.
Indenture 2 Sep1839
Between John C. Goodwine of Johnson County, IN
And Charles Johnson of same place who paid $240 for
SE1/4 of the S1/4 [sic], S24, T12N, R4E
Signed John C. Goodwin, Evaline x her mark Goodwin [his wife]
Witness John K. Kerr JP, Samuel C. Alison
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 Probate Order Book B, in Johnson, Indiana, United States. Probate Records, pp. 262, Primary quality.
February Term 1843
In the matter of the estate of Baily Johnson deceased. . . .
The above agreement is made with our approbation and we do hereby acknowledge its provisions to be good and valid and binding upon us so far as we are concerned there in
Signed 15 Feb 1843, John C. Goodwin, Charles Johnson, Robert Johnson, John x his mark Snow, Ann x her mark Johnson
- ↑ Johnson Family File, in Family Files, Secondary quality.
Baily Johnson died 1843 (Book A, p. 77; Complete Record Book A, Johnson Co., Indiana)
Robert Johnson filed bond as administrator – Feb term of Court 1843
Robert Johnson vs Thomas Henley, Byron Dawson, Anna Johnson, executed 3 July 1846
John Goodwin files bond as administrator of estate, Feb term, 1843
Estate divided between sons of Balla, Charles and Robert, Mary wife of John Snow, Evelyn wife of John Goodwin, and Byron under age son of Dawson, John W.
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 Alexander Township, Pope County, Illinois, in United States. 1820 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication M33), p. 76, Primary quality.
Jonston, Beley, 1 m >10 [Robert], 1 m 10-15 [Charles], 1 m 26-44 [Bailey], 3 f >10 [Mary, Evaline, Sarah], 1 f 16-25 [Ann]
- ↑ Vol. N, in Johnson, Indiana, United States. Deed Records, Sep 1851-May 1853.
John Snow and Mary Snow his wife of Johnson County, IN were paid $200
By Charles Johnson of Clark County, IN for all the interest of them in
The West 1/2 of the NW1/4, S30, T12, R5E And the E1/2 of the NW1/4, S30, T12, R5E
Signed 22 Sept 1843, John x his mark Snow, Mary Snow
Witness John B. Kerr JP
Recorded 30 Sep 1852
- ↑ Named as heir in father's estate