Person:James Johnson (213)

Watchers
m. 28 Feb 1781
  1. Sarah Johnson1783 - 1840
  2. Ruth Johnson1784 -
  3. William Johnson1788 - 1853
  4. Mary Johnson1790 -
  5. Abraham Johnson1792 -
  6. Rebecca Johnson1794 - 1873
  7. John Johnson1796 - 1860
  8. Ann Johnson1802 -
  9. Lydia J Johnson1803 - 1875
  10. Rachel Johnson1805 - 1871
m.
Facts and Events
Name[1] James Johnson
Gender Male
Birth[2][3][4] 31 Oct 1757 Pittsgrove Township, Salem County, New Jersey
Other[4][7][12][16] abt 1776 Milit-Beg
Marriage 28 Feb 1781 New Jersey, United Statesto Christiana Swing
Marriage to Elizabeth Du Bois
Residence[7] est 1809 Lower Penns Neck Township, Salem, New Jersey, United States
Census[13] 01 Jun 1830 Lower Penns Neck Township, Salem, New Jersey, United States
Will[14][15] 06 May 1834 Lower Penns Neck Township, Salem, New Jersey, United States
Will[14] 21 Aug 1835
Occupation[9][10] a wealthy farmer
Residence[10][11] Mannington, Salem, New Jersey, United States
Residence[9] Penns Neck, Mercer, New Jersey, United States
Death[2][4][5] 09 Feb 1837 Salem, Salem, New Jersey, United States
Burial[6][7][8] Baptist Cemetery, Salem, Salem, New Jersey, United States
Probate[14][15] 20 Feb 1837 Salem, New Jersey, United States
Religion? Baptist
References
  1. Record of wills, 1679-1900, Volume: 2443Q - 2571Q, Record Info: New Jersey. Surrogate's Court (Salem County)
    2540Q.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Beckett, Carolyn Louise Wells. Bible Records of Salem County, New Jersey, Record Type: Manuscript (On Film). (1991)
    85.
  3. Lineage Application, Subject: Coutch, Alice E. Ray.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution. Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books (152 Vols.), Record Type: database online, Url: www.Ancestr. (2 June 2000)
    DAR ID Numbers: 25525, 64871, 65385, and 75295.
  5. Index of Wills, Inventories, etc. in the Office of the Secretary of State Prior to 1901, Record Info: New Jers
    v. 3, 4274Q.
  6. Hatcher, Patricia Law. Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Url: Provo, Utah. (Pioneer Heritage Press, Dallas, Texas, 1987)
    Vol. 2, p. Serial: 8848; Volume: 5.
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Kupillas, Mary Coates Martin. The House of John Johnson (1731 - 1802) Salem County, New Jersey and His Descendants. (Gateway Press, Inc, Baltimore, Maryland, 1979)
    3, 4.
  8. Craig, H. Stanley. Salem County New Jersey Genealogical Data Records Pertaining to Persons Residing in Salem County Prior to 1800. (Gloucester County Historical Society, Woodbury, New Jersey, 1998)
    volume I p. 323.
  9. 9.0 9.1 Chaky, Rebecca (Rebecca Carol), and Ruth (Ruth Mellenbruch) Martin. Ruth Martin Family Tree 1995: Brown, Challiss, Earhart, Harres, Martin, Mellenbruch, Milbank, Tonsing, Walker. (Friendswood, Texas: Never Done Press, 1995)
    22-28.
  10. 10.0 10.1 Martin, Ruth Margaret Mellenbruch. Family tree--Challis Harres Martin Tonsing Otis. (Fort Worth, Texas, USA: Paul Martin Tonsing, 1979)
    28.
  11. Shourds, Thomas. History and genealogy of Fenwick's colony, New Jersey. (Bridgeton [New Jersey]: G.F. Nixon, 1876)
    pp 111-118.
  12. Craig, H. Stanley. Salem County New Jersey Genealogical Data Records Pertaining to Persons Residing in Salem County Prior to 1800. (Gloucester County Historical Society, Woodbury, New Jersey, 1998)
    volume I p. 133.
  13. Salem, New Jersey, United States. 1830 U.S. Census Population Schedule: Fifth Census of the United States, NARA Microfilm Publication M19. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration)
    Johnson, James household, p. 268.

    Salem County, New Jersey, National Archives and Records A

  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 Wills, 1804-1970, Volume: Index 1804-1970, Record Info: New Jersey. Surrogate's Court (Salem County)
    241 D154.
  15. 15.0 15.1 Record of wills, 1679-1900, Volume: 4212Q - 4358Q, Record Info: New Jersey. Surrogate's Court (Salem County)
    4274Q.
  16. private in Captain Jacob DuBois' Company, Salem County Militia