Jesse T Johnson

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Copyright 2006, Will Johnson, [mailto:wjhonson@aol.com wjhonson@aol.com], Professional Genealogist, All Rights Reserved
 
Copyright 2006, Will Johnson, [mailto:wjhonson@aol.com wjhonson@aol.com], Professional Genealogist, All Rights Reserved
  
He was born abt 1836 in South Carolina, to [[Edward Y Johnson|Edward Young Johnson]] and his wife [[Mary Eason]], or perhaps a prior wife, since Edward and Mary did not marry until 1838.
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He was born 3 Feb 1834 in Lawrence District, South Carolina, to [[Edward Y Johnson|Edward Young Johnson]] and his wife [[Mary Eason]], or perhaps a prior wife, since Edward and Mary did not marry until 1838.
  
 
He married Edna S "Edny" between 1853 and 1854, probably in Georgia, and possibly in Paulding County.  She was born abt 1839 in Georgia.  I do not know her maiden name.
 
He married Edna S "Edny" between 1853 and 1854, probably in Georgia, and possibly in Paulding County.  She was born abt 1839 in Georgia.  I do not know her maiden name.
  
They lived in [[Paulding County, Georgia]] in 1860, where he was a Blacksmith.  Jesse T Johnson was a sergeant in Company F, 40th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, CSA and was a prisoner of war.  Between 1868 and 1874, the family moved to Arkansas where by 1880 they were enumerated at Hempstead County, Arkansas, where he was a Farmer.
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They lived in [[Paulding County, Georgia]] in 1860, where he was a Blacksmith.  Jesse T Johnson was a sergeant in Company F, 40th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, CSA and was a prisoner of war.  In the 1867 Oath Book in Paulding County is where he states his exact birth date and birth location.  Between 1868 and 1874, the family moved to Arkansas where by 1880 they were enumerated at Hempstead County, Arkansas, where he was a Farmer.
  
 
He was still living in 1890 when he paid a tax receipt and when he and his wife donated land to the Bethany Baptist Church.
 
He was still living in 1890 when he paid a tax receipt and when he and his wife donated land to the Bethany Baptist Church.

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