Person:Wallace Johnson (9)

  • F.  Hugh Johnson (add)
  • M.  Harriet (add)
  1. Wallace Hugh Johnson1832 - 1914
  • HWallace Hugh Johnson1832 - 1914
  • W.  Jane Van Derwater (add)
m. 1858
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Name Wallace Hugh Johnson
Gender Male
Birth? 27 Aug 1832 Hamburg, Erie, New York, United States
Marriage 1858 to Jane Van Derwater (add)
Military[2] Civil War
Death? 24 Mar 1914 Bolivar, Allegany, New York, United States
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  1.   Minard, John Stearns, and Georgia Drew Merrill. Allegany County and its people: a centennial memorial history of Allegany County, New York. (Alfred, N. Y.: W. A. Fergusson & Co., 1896)

    Wallace H Johnson, son of Hugh, was born in Hamburg, Aug. 27, 1832. He attended the common schools and Hamburg Academy. When 18 years of age he went to learn wagon making. In 1858 he married Jeanie Van Derwater and settled in West Randolph. In 1862 he enlisted in Co. A, 136th Regt., N. Y. S. V., and served through the war. He was mustered out in June, i865. He is a member of H. E. Gardner Post, No. 247. Mr. Johnson resided in Franklinville after the war until 1866, when he located in Bolivar, and was engaged in making and repairing wagons until 1887, when he became a dealer in wagons and carriages. He has served the town as clerk for two terms and has been census enumerator of Bolivar. His children are Jasper, who resides at Lincoln, Neb., and Kate (Mrs. H. A. Cudding) of Bolivar.

  2. United States. Veterans Administration. General index to pension files, 1861-1934. (Washington, District of Columbia, United States: NARA)
  3.   How is Alonzo Woolsey of CO a half-brother when he appears to have been born in 1828 and his parents are together in census records?