Person:Samuel Johnson (7)

Watchers
Samuel Johnson
  1. Edward JohnsonAbt 1841 - 1894
  2. Alfred JohnsonBet 1842 & 1850 - Abt 1939
  3. William Henry Johnson1851 - 1931
  4. Samuel JohnsonAbt 1856 - Abt 1939
  5. Frederick W. JohnsonAbt 1858 -
  • HSamuel JohnsonAbt 1856 - Abt 1939
  • WAnnie UnknownAbt 1860 - 1917
  1. Annie JohnsonAbt 1886 -
  2. Maggie JohnsonAbt 1890 -
  3. Dora JohnsonAbt 1895 -
Facts and Events
Name Samuel Johnson
Alt Name Sam Johnson
Gender Male
Birth[1] Abt 1856 Manchester, Lancashire, England
Occupation[2][3] Bet 1883 and 1896 Bricklayer
Residence[4] 1890 New York City, New York, United States406 E. 125th St., NYC
Emigration[7] 1896 Moscow, Russia
Residence[6] 1896 New York City, New York, United StatesMason, 226 Sullivan, NYC
Occupation[8] Bet 1898 and 1920 Worked For Kodak
Death? Abt 1939 Hornchurch, Essex, England

Excerpt from Bill Herlihy's 10 Aug 01 History of Hannah Maria Johnson Herlihy, p 9-10: " Sam Johnson was more mobile than his married brothers. In Galveston, Texas, he was a bricklayer on the Daily News Building. Construction began in 1883 or 1884...Sam lived in Dennison, Texas about 1883? to 1885?" (p.9) " Sam Johnson was back in the States in 1897. It is likely he last saw Hannah that year, but overlooked it in his letter. He was job hunting, but the 'construction cycle' was in the downswing. He returned to Moscow, Russia, in November 1897." (p.10)

References
  1. History of Hannah Maria Johnson Herlihy, Aug. 10, 2001, Auth: Bill Herlihy
    page 3.

    " All five were born in Manchester, according to Sam Johnson."

  2. History of Hannah Maria Johnson Herlihy, Aug. 10, 2001, Auth: Bill Herlihy
    page 3.

    " Sam was a bricklayer, in London, Paris; Texas from 1883 to 1885; nd NYC from 1886? to 1896."

  3. 1896 NYC City Directory Manhattan/Bronx
    page 724.
  4. 1890 NYC City Directory Vol. 104 Manhattan/Bronx
    page 640.

    "Johnson, Samuel, Mason, h 406 E. 125th St."

  5.   1890 NYC City Directory Vol. 104 Manhattan/Bronx
    page 638.
  6. 1896 NYC City Directory Manhattan/Bronx
    page 724.

    "Johnson, Samuel, bricklayer, h 226 Sullivan"

  7. Oral History
    Bill Herlihy's 03 Sep 01 Letter to Livy Revits, page 2.

    " 1897 Johnson Samuel: In 1896, moved to Moscow"

  8. History of Hannah Maria Johnson Herlihy, Aug. 10, 2001, Auth: Bill Herlihy
    page 3.