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  1. Colonial pioneers. Governor Bradford. William Brewster. Thomas Hutchinson. Lord Baltimore. Peter Stuyvesant. William Johnson. James Logan. Captain Kidd. Rev. Samuel Parris. Capt. Henry Hudson by James Parton, 2010-06-24
  2. The novels and letters of Jane Austen. Edited by R. Brimley Johnson, with an introd. by William Lyon Phelps, with colored illus. by C.E. and H.M. Brock by Jane Austen, R Brimley 1867-1932 Johnson, 2010-08-30
  3. Metal Forming and Impact Mechanics: William Johnson Commemorative Volume
  4. The Life And Times Of Sir William Johnson, Bart. V2 by William L. Stone, 2007-07-25
  5. An authentic and comprehensive history of Buffalo : with some account of its early inhabitants, both savage and civilized ; comprising historic notices of the Six Nations or Iroquois Indians, including a sketch of the life of Sir William Johnson, and of other prominent white men, long resident among the Senecas ; arranged in chronologial order
  6. The Dramatic Works of William Shakespeare: With the Corrections and Illustrations of Dr. Johnson, G. Steevens, and Others, Volume 10 by Samuel Johnson, William Shakespeare, et all 2010-01-11
  7. The Plays of William Shakespeare in Eight Volumes: With the Corrections and Illustrations of Various Commentators; to Which Are Added Notes by Sam Johnson, Volume 1 by Samuel Johnson, William Shakespeare, 2010-04-02
  8. Sir William Johnson: The Man and His Influence by David S. Igneri, 1995-04
  9. Sir William Johnson and the Six Nations by William Elliot Griffis, 2010-08-29
  10. Sir William Johnson and the Six Nations by Griffis, William Elliot, 2009-08-20
  11. Calendar of the Sir William Johnson Manuscripts in the New York State Library by Richard Edwin Day, 2010-03-16
  12. The poetical works of Oliver Goldsmith, Tobias Smollett, Samuel Johnson and William Shenstone. With biographical notices, and notes. by Oliver Goldsmith, 2010-04-27
  13. The Dramatic Works of William Shakspeare, from the Text of Johnson, Stevens and Reed: With Glossarial Notes, Life, &c, Volume 4 by William Shakespeare, 2010-04-03
  14. Mohawk baronet: Sir William Johnson of New York by James Thomas Flexner, 1959

81. Johnson, William Samuel
johnson, william Samuel 17271819, American political leader and president ofColumbia College (1787-1800), b. Stratford, Conn. johnson, william Samuel.
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  • 82. Johnson, William 'Judy' - Negro League Baseball Player
    william “JUDY johnson Position Third Baseman, 19181937 Height5' 11 Weight 150 lbs. B/T Right, Right Born 1899 in Snow
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    Position: Third Baseman, 1918-1937
    Height: 5' 11"
    Weight: 150 lbs.
    B/T: Right, Right
    Born: 1899 in Snow Hill, MD
    Died: 1989 in Wilmington, DE
    Hall of Fame Induction: 1975
    The ultimate clutch-hitter, Judy Johnson shamelessly indulged in game-winning hits and rally-killing catches. Johnson was a bashful, quiet performer with an astonishing ability to perform under pressure. He was respected for his intellectual approach to the game, excelling with grace and poise; providing a positive influence on teammates and opponents. Ted Page, a former outfielder for the Crawfords, bragged, "Judy Johnson was the smartest third baseman I ever came across. A scientific ball player, he did everything with grace and poise. You talk about playing third base? Heck, he was better than anybody I saw. And I saw Brooks Robinson, Mike Schmidt and even Pie Traynor. He had a powerful, accurate arm. He could do anything, come in for a ball, cut if off at the line, or range way over toward the shortstop hole. He was really something." In his first pro season of 1918, he played behind Bill Francis at third, hitting a modest .227. Johnson credits John Henry "Pop" Lloyd with his early development. "He's the man I gave the credit to for polishing my skills," Johnson recalled. "He taught me how to play third base and how to protect myself. John taught me more baseball than anyone else." The well-schooled disciple of "Pop" developed into a full-time star leading the Hilldales to their first Eastern Colored League pennant, in 1923, with a .391 average.

    83. Durham Mining Museum - Johnson, William
    not have details. johnson, william. 1923 Biographical Notes. johnson,william A Cumbrian by birth and training. Comes from a
    Mail: Webmaster Who's Who Index Who's Who Warning: This is not intended to be an exhaustive history of this individual, but an indication of the changes of positions and the links between companies and directors in those companies. Only collieries, pits etc. in the North of England are shown - the individual may be involved with other companies outside this area and there may have been other positions for which we currently do not have details.
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    1923 - Biographical Notes
    Johnson, William
    Source: Colliery Year Book and Coal Trades Directory, 1923
    1933 - Biographical Notes
    Johnson, William.
    Source: Colliery Year Book and Coal Trades Directory, 1933
    • The Colliery Year Book and Coal Trades Directory, 1923. Published by The Louis Cassier Co. Ltd., from a copy held in the Scottish Mining Museum , Newtongrange, Midlothian. The Colliery Year Book and Coal Trades Directory, 1933. Published by The Louis Cassier Co. Ltd., from a copy held in the Scottish Mining Museum , Newtongrange, Midlothian.

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    84. MOH Citation For William Johnson
    Medal of Honor. to. johnson, william. Rank and Organization Cooper, USNavy. Born 1855, St. Vincent West Indies. Accredited to New York.
    The President of the United States
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    takes pleasure in presenting the Medal of Honor to JOHNSON, WILLIAM Rank and Organization: Cooper, U.S. Navy. Born: 1855, St. Vincent West Indies. Accredited to: New York. G.O. No.: 326, 18 October 1884. Citation: Serving on board the U.S.S. Adams at the Navy Yard, Mare Island, Calif., 14 November 1879, Johnson rescued Daniel W. Kloppen, a workman, from drowning. Citation Courtesy of Medal Of Honor Feature Sites
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    85. Johnson, William/???????, Ellen
    Michael Tidd's Family Tree Family Group Record. Husband william johnson. Born1847, Place Bottisham, Cambridgeshire 1, 2. Died Place Married Place
    Michael Tidd's Family Tree Family Group Record Husband: William Johnson Born: Place: Bottisham, Cambridgeshire Died: Place: Married: Place: Buried: Place: Father: John Johnson Mother: Susan Salmon Other Spouses: Wife: Ellen ? Born: Place: Bottisham, Cambridgeshire Died: CIR 1950 Place: Gazeley, Suffolk Buried: Place: Father: Mother: Other Spouses: Children Child 1 (M): Eli Johnson Born: Place: Bottisham, Cambridgeshire Died: Place: Buried: Place: Spouses: Child 2 (M): Fred W Johnson Born: Place: Bottisham, Cambridgeshire Died: Place: Buried: Place: Spouses: Child 3 (F): Rosetta Johnson Born: Place: Bottisham, Cambridgeshire Died: 23 MAR 1955 Place: Paddington, London Buried: Place: St Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Kensal Green Spouses: Charles Herbert Walter Dawson Child 4 (M): Arthur Johnson Born: Place: Kentford, Suffolk Died: Place: Buried: Place: Spouses: Child 5 (M): Herbert George Johnson Born: Place: Gazeley, Suffolk Died: 6 JUN 1949 Place: South East London Buried: Place: Spouses: Child 6 (F): Florence Johnson Born: Place: Gazeley, Suffolk Died: Place: Buried: Place: Spouses: Child 7 (F): Violet E Johnson Born: Place: Gazeley, Suffolk

    86. JOHNSON, WILLIAM H (1819-1891)
    johnson, william H. (18191891). johnson, william H. The Handbook of Texas Online. http// .
    Home About RRA RRA Activities Information Repository ... Search JOHNSON, WILLIAM H. (1819-1891). William H. Johnson, attorney and politician, was born in Marion County, Alabama, on May 9, 1819, and moved with his family to Mississippi as a young man. He obtained his license to practice law in Mississippi in 1843 and about two years later moved to Texas, where he settled at Mount Pleasant in Titus County and established a law practice. On April 9, 1848, he married Amanda Melvira Mortimer Gray; they became the parents of three sons. Johnson also expanded his law practice to include a partnership with Byrd W. Gray, his new brother-in-law. In 1851 he was elected to the Fourth Texas Legislature as the representative from District Twenty. He served as a delegate from Titus County to the Texas Democratic convention in 1853 and on a local Democratic party committee in 1854. In 1856 he entered the race for district judge of the Eighth District as the candidate from the American (Know-Nothing) party, but he withdrew from the race before the election for unknown reasons. He moved to Paris Lamar County , about 1857, although he continued his law practice in Titus County as well. In 1861 he was elected a delegate from Lamar County to the

    87. Genealogy Data
    johnson, william Birth 1652 ,Ipswich,Essex,Massachusetts Death 16 APR 1727 ,Andover,Essex,MassachusettsGender Male Parents Father johnson, John Mother
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    HOLMES, James
    Birth : 1742 Berwick,York,Maine
    Gender: Male
    Parents: Father: HOLMES, Samuel
    Mother: PEVEY, Mary
    Family: Spouse: , Mary
    Gender: Female
    Family: Marriage: 9 DEC 1762
    Spouse: MC_KENNEY, Rebecca
    Birth : 4 JUL 1742 Scarboro,Cumberland,ME
    Gender: Female Parents: Father: MC_KENNY, Robert Jr. Mother: JAMESON, Margaret
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    SEAVEY, Hannah Birth : 5 FEB 1724 Scarboro,Cumberland,ME Death : 14 MAR 1790 Scarboro,Cumberland,ME Gender: Female Parents: Father: SEAVEY, Thomas Mother: Knight, Hannah Family: Marriage: 16 NOV 1739 Spouse: SELLEA, John Gender: Male Family: Marriage: 8 MAR 1744 in Scarboro,Cumberland,ME Spouse: Andrews, Johathan Birth : 1719 Scarborough,Cumberland,ME,ME Death : 25 SEP 1815 Gender: Male Parents: Father: Andrews, Jonathan Mother: Smith, Sarah Children: Andrews, Amos Birth : 1746 Scarboro,Cumberland,ME Gender: Male Andrews, Stephen Birth : 7 DEC 1753 Scarboro,Cumberland,ME Death : 24 SEP 1815 Scarboro,Cumberland,ME Gender: Male Andrews, Isaac Birth : ABT 1755 Scarboro,Cumberland,ME

    88. William Johnson
    Index william johnson. Born Sydney, c. October 1818 Died Melbourne,June 1900 Married Susan Morris, February 1841. johnson, william, St.
    Index WILLIAM JOHNSON Born: Sydney, c. October 1818
    Died: Melbourne, June 1900
    Married: Susan Morris , February 1841
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      (1) Kate b. 1841 (2) Frances Mary Ann b. 1844 (3) Christina Victoria b 1846 d 1848 (4) Ellen Louise b. 1848 (5) Flora Margaret b. 1850 (6) Mary Matilda b. 1853 d 1855 (7) William Rees b. 1856 (8) Jessie Maud b. (9) Frederick Wills b. 1862 (10) Constance Julia b. 1864
    Australia's 1828 census is the main evidence linking William Johnson with Frances Johnson , the Lincolnshire convict who arrived in Sydney on the Lord Melville in 1817. William was born in Sydney about October 1818, father unknown, with half brothers and sisters left behind in Lincoln. Just as his mother's known activities conform with the general pattern of female convict life, so William's eventual status as a "gentleman" mirrored the popular view of the first generation Australians, the Currency Lads and Lasses. A CURRENCY LAD Until about 1820 most observers expected and feared that the rising generation of native-born Australians, mainly sprung from convict parents, would reproduce the stereotyped characteristics of most of their parents, perhaps in a heightened form. After that time nearly all chroniclers agreed, with mingled surprise and relief, that no such thing had occurred. Cunningham's characterisation of the 'Currency lads and lasses' exemplifies the general contemporary view. (2)
    • Our Colonial-born brethren are best known here by the name of Currency, in contradistinction to Sterling, or those born in the mother country. The name was originally given by a facetious paymaster of the seventy-third regiment quartered here, the pound currency being at that time inferior to the pound sterling. Our Currency lads and lasses are a fine interesting race, and do honour to the country whence they originated. The name is a sufficient passport to esteem with all the well-informed and right-feeling portion of our population.....

    89. Canadian Myth; Author: Johnson, William; Paperback
    Canadian Myth Author johnson, william Paperback, ENGLISHBOOKS DEPARTMENT, Join the NetStore Cooperative,

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    90. Public Official Data For Johnson, William R
    johnson, william R Agency Information, Agency Address, Agency PhoneNumber. Administrative Hearings, Office of Appointment Date Term
    Johnson, William R
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    Minneapolis, MN 55401 Reports available on line include filings through 3:00 am, Mar. 28, 2003. Return To Public Offical J Index

    91. UIAA: Urbana: Veterans' Memorial: Johnson, William
    UIAA. Check My Illinois Alumni EMail. william Eugene johnson. World War IIGraduation Year 1943 Date of Death 3/1/1945. Beta Gamma Sigma Phi Eta Sigma.

    92. UIAA: Urbana: Veterans' Memorial: Johnson, William
    Check My Illinois Alumni EMail. william Stephen johnson. World War II GraduationYear 1938 Date of Death 8/1/1942. Submit additional information or comments.

    93. Genealogy Data Page 4 (Family Pages)
    Family Marriage 7 JUN 1860 Newark, California Spouse johnson, william Birth 31MAR 1828 Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Death 18 MAR 1898 Napa Valley, California
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    Boltman, Una Maria
    Birth: 1 SEP 1827 Berlin, Germany
    Death: 20 NOV 1908 Newark, California
    Gender: Female
    Parents: Father: Boltman, Wilhelm
    Mother: Boltman, Wifename Unk.
    Family: Marriage: 7 JUN 1860 Newark, California
    Spouse: Johnson, William
    Birth: 31 MAR 1828 Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
    Death: 18 MAR 1898 Napa Valley, California
    Gender: Male Parents: Father: Johnson, Philo Mother: Johnson, Unk Children:
      Johnson, Sarah Amelia Johnson, William David Birth: 4 AUG 1861 La Porte, California Gender: Male Johnson, Elizabeth Jane (Mattingly) Birth: 15 MAR 1864 Hepsedian (Newark), California Gender: Female Johnson, Elsie Charlotte Birth: 2 DEC 1865 Newark, California Gender: Female Johnson, John Fred Philo Birth: 3 JAN 1868 Newark, California Death: Napa Valley, California Gender: Male Johnson, Hattie May (Kelly) Birth: 9 APR 1873 Napa Valley, California Death: Napa Valley, California Gender: Male Johnson, Mary (Berry)

    94. (Elizabeth JOHNSON - William JOHNSON )
    Index of Persons
    Elizabeth JOHNSON (1836 - AFT 1836 )
    Eric JOHNSON

    Gregory JOHNSON

    Hannah JOHNSON
    (BEF 1751 - AFT 1751 )
    Henry JOHNSON
    (BEF 1807 - AFT 1807 )
    Hilary Serene JOHNSON
    (7 JUN 1975 - )
    Ignatius JOHNSON
    (BEF 1832 - ABT 1845 )
    James JOHNSON
    (1838 - AFT 1838 )
    James Paul (Jim) JOHNSON
    (11 SEP 1953 - )
    James Ryan JOHNSON
    (26 NOV 1981 - )
    Jane JOHNSON
    (BEF 1832 - AFT 1832 ) Jane E. JOHNSON (1815 - AFT 1832 ) John Richard JOHNSON (22 MAY 1842 - 18 APR 1916 ) Joseph JOHNSON (BEF 1807 - AFT 1807 ) Lucy JOHNSON (BEF 1920 - AFT 1926 ) Mary JOHNSON (BEF 1807 - AFT 1807 ) Mastin JOHNSON (BEF 1842 - AFT 1842 ) Nathaniel JOHNSON (BEF 1751 - ) Peter JOHNSON (BEF 1744 - 1747 ) Richard JOHNSON Stuart JOHNSON Tash Nicole JOHNSON (10 MAR 1977 - ) Tom JOHNSON ( - AFT 1867 ) Tracey Michelle JOHNSON (8 NOV 1971 - ) Unknown JOHNSON (BEF 1801 - ) Unknown JOHNSON (2) ( - AFT 1811 ) Unknown JOHNSON (3) ( - AFT 1894 ) William JOHNSON (1842 - AFT 1842 ) UP (John Ignatius HINTON - Columbus C. MATTINGLY

    95. Jackson County Administrations: William Johnson
    william johnson. Contributed by Steve johnson, william J. johnson, williamMonroe johnson, Benjamin Monroe johnson, Benjamin Monroe johnson Jr.
    Jackson County Ohio Probate Records
    William Johnson
    In the name of the Benevolent Father of us All: I, William J. Johnson , of Jackson County Ohio do make and publish this my last will and testament. After all of my personal debt and funeral expense is paid, I give and devise to by beloved wife, all of my Real Estate bounded and described as follows: the whole of the south-east quarter of the north west quarter of Section Eleven in Township Six Range Eighteen containing forty acres and forty-sixth hundredths of an acre more or less, also the north-west quarter of the north-west quarter of Section Eleven Township Six Range Eighteen with the exception of one and one half acres, also the south west quarter of the north west quarter of Section Eleven Township Six Range Eighteen, also one acre on which the house stands in Scioto Salt Lick Reserve Land lot 18 thirty-three, and all the stock household goods, furniture and provisions, and all the good and chattels and all moneys and credits belonging to me which may be thereon at the time of my decease, during her natural life, with the exception of such property to be hereinafter described for the support and maintenance of my family. After the decease of my beloved wife, all real and personal property to be sold and divided equally between my heirs. Second, I devise to my daughter

    96. William T. Johnson And Family Papers
    johnson (william T. and Family) Papers. william johnson, Jr., suffered frommental illness, and by 1866 he was confined in a New Orleans asylum.
    Johnson (William T. and Family) Papers
    (Mss 529, 561, 597, 770, 926, 1093) Inventory Contents Summary
    Biographical/Historical Note

    Scope and Content Note

    Series Descriptions
    Container List
    Summary Size: 6 linear feet (including 54 volumes). Geographic locations: Mississippi, Louisiana. Inclusive Dates: Bulk Dates: Languages: English, French, Spanish. Summary: Personal and business correspondence, legal and financial documents, diaries, daybooks, and other manuscript volumes pertaining to William T. Johnson (1809?-1851), a free black barber in Natchez, Mississippi, and to his wife, mother-in-law, and descendants. The diaries (1835-1851) kept by Johnson give details of contemporary life in Natchez. A collection of sheet music (1839-1909) belonging to the family is included. Citation: William T. Johnson and Family Memorial Papers, Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections, LSU Libraries, Baton Rouge.
    Biographical and Historical Note In the late 1840's, Johnson became involved in a dispute with Baylor Winn and Benjamin Wade, regarding a property line on his plantation. In May, 1851, after the circuit court ordered a survey, the dispute was settled out of court. However, on June 16, 1851, Johnson was fatally wounded in an ambush, and before his death on the morning of June 17, he named Winn as his assassin. At the time of his death he owned more than 2,000 acres of land in Adams County. William T. Johnson's diaries were edited for publication by William Ransom Hogan and Edwin Adams Davis, and appeared under the title William Johnson's Natchez: The Ante-Bellum Diary of a Free Negro (LSU Press, 1951). This work provides additional information about the family.

    97. William H. Johnson @ Catharton Artists
    Catharton Artists J johnson, william H. william H. johnson. ? Bored? Websiteswilliam H. johnson william H. johnson
    all of Catharton just Artists Catharton Artists J : Johnson, William H. William H. Johnson Bored? Meet people at Café Catharton Websites: William H. Johnson [] William H. Johnson [] William H. Johnson [] William H. Johnson [] Message Boards: Suggest or Request a board Mailing Lists: Suggest or Request a list Chat Rooms: Suggest or Request a room Can't find what you want here? Try searching Google for William H. Johnson ... if you need help, peruse this site's Frequently Asked Questions

    98. Zion Lutheran Church Of Helotes - Johnson, William
    william HARVIN (JOHNNY) johnson, born June 29th, 1910, in Kemah, Texas,entered rest Wednesday, January 23rd, 1985 at the age of 74 years.
    (Photograph from 1981)
    , born June 29th, 1910, in Kemah, Texas, entered rest Wednesday, January 23rd, 1985 at the age of 74 years. SERVICES-
    SATURDAY 1:00 P.M.
    ALAMO CHAPEL with Chaplain Malcom Hoffman and Pastor Gordon Kuenemann officiating. Interment to follow in Old Zion Lutheran Cemetery in Helotes, Texas. Survivors: Beloved wife, Bernice Allen Johnson, City; Mother, Elia Dick Johnson Powell, Nederland, Texas; five sisters, two brothers, several nieces, nephews, other relatives and a host of loving friends. Mr. Johnson was a lifetime resident of this City and was retired Civil Engineer at Kelly Field. Active casketbearers: Jack Lacey, Hans Mangold, Vern Bigley, Ken Stiles, Joe Kall and Clarence Allison. Services under the direction of a member of the Tommy Cude Family.
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    99. Sascha Brastoff, Harold Johnson, William Manker, Madeline Originals Of Pasadena,
    Harold johnson worked for Catalina Island Pottery Co. ,Pacific Clay Products Co.and the Bauer Pottery Co. before starting his own pottery studio. william
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    light and dark green and brown glaze, mint condition, marked: Manker Ceramics California USA J101 , 7 "wide x 2.5" tall. Sold
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    100. Children's Books Johnson, William,Johnson, Bill 25 Mini Math Mysteries (Grades 4
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