Person:John Johnson (94)

m. 1 May 1700
  1. Ruth Johnson1709 - 1743
  2. John Johnson1711 - 1762
m. 25 Nov 1731
  1. Miriam Johnson1736/37 -
  • HJohn Johnson1711 - 1762
  • WSarah MorseAbt 1731 -
m. 1751
  1. Sally Johnson1751 - 1791
Facts and Events
Name John Johnson
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3] 15 Nov 1711 Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
Marriage 25 Nov 1731 Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Sarah Haynes
Marriage 1751 Hampstead, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USAto Sarah Morse
Death[2][3][4][5] 1 Apr 1762 Hampstead, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USA
References
  1. Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Haverhill, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849. (Topsfield, Mass.: Topsfield Historical Society, 1910)
    1:186 .

    Johnson: John, s. Thomas and Elizabeth (Page), Nov. 15, 1711.

  2. 2.0 2.1 John4 Johnson, in Johnson, G. W. (George Washington). William Johnson and his descendants. (Washington [District of Columbia]: L.C. Photoduplication Service, 1983)
    39+.

    John4 Johnson (Thomas3, Joseph2) was born Nov. 15, 1711; and married Sarah Haynes Nov. 25, 1731. She was born Jan. 9, 1711, the daughter of Thomas and Hannah (Harriman) Haynes; and died Sept. 20, 1750. He married second Sarah Morse of Hampstead, N.H. Jan. 1751. According to the notes of G. W. Johnson in the N.E. Historical & Genealogical Register, Vol. 34, she was a sister of Lt. Peter Morse. This would make her parents Peter and Thomasine (Hale) Morse, and her birth date about 1731, but there is no such record in Hampstead or Newbury, Mass. John Johnson died Apr. 1, 1762, and his widow married second Samuel Way of Newbury, Vt., and third a Barnard, by neither of whom did she have any children. She died after 1795.

    John Johnson moved to Hampstead from Haverhill in 1748, and there at different times he bought 250 acres of land, paying $25,893 for them. The mill privilege at the outlet of Wash Pond was part of his property; but his estate, impaired by depreciated currency, and an inept business partner, was appraised at his death at $16,530. He was very active in local affairs, helping to procure the first charter for the town, and being elected its first
    selectman in 174-9. He also served as selectman 1750-51-52 and 1760. He was appointed a magistrate by the royal governor, and was a justice of the peace. In person he was
    tall, sinewy, and very strong; and was notable for courage, candor, and sobriety; and he was highly respected.

    Children:
    I Jesse born Oct. 20, 1732
    II Sarah 11 July 9, 1734; died July 13, 1734
    III Miriam 11 Mar. 22, 1736
    IV Caleb 11 Feb. 3, 1738
    ...
    18 Children in all!

  3. 3.0 3.1 Johnson, G. W. William Johnson and His Descendants, in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society)
    34:62-66.

    link and section listing children at link

  4. New Hampshire Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics. Death and Disinterment Records, 1754-1947.

    Name John Johnson Esquire
    Gender Male
    Birth Date abt 1710
    Death Date 1 Apr 1762
    link Death Place Hampstead, New Hampshire, USA
    Age at Death 52
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  5. Roberts, George McKenzie. The vital and cemetery records of the town of Enfield, Grafton County, New Hampshire. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1976)
    493.

    link John, s. Thomas & Elizabeth (Paige),
    b. Nov. 25, 1711, Haverhill, Mass.,
    d. Apr. 24, [1], 1762, Hampstead * inscr. Town Cem. [199], Enfield,
    m. (1) Nov. 25, 1731, Haverhill, Mass., Sarah Haynes,
    m. (2) Jan. 1751, Sarah Morse