Clyde V. Johnson: Birth: ABT 1894.
Edward Johnson: Birth: ABT 1898.
Note: 1870 U.S. Federal Census [see father's listing]
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1910 U.S. Federal Census Kanawha County, West Virginia Elk Johnson, Thomas J. head 47 Johnson, Dora wife 48 married WV WV WV Johnson, Lillian 21 Johnson, Flemming 20 Johnson, Frank 62  Johnson, Clide 16 (sic Clyde) Johnson, Edward 12 Johnson, Clarence 6 Gray, Nannie 29 Gray, Ruby 2 (76-15B+16A in file)
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1930 U.S. Federal Census Kanawha County, West Virginia Johnson, Thomas abt 1863 Johnson, Dora abt 1861 Johnson, Lillian abt 1889 Johnson, Edward abt 1899 (check image)
Death Certificate: Name: Thomas J. Johnson Sex: male Death Date: 28 Feb 1933 Death Place: Fayette, West Virginia Age at Death: Burial Place: Burial Date: Cemetery: Funeral Home: Birth Date: Birth Place: Marital Status: Spouse: Occupation: Address: Residence: Mother: Synthe Martin Mother's Birth Place: Father: Chapman Johnson Father's Birth Place: Informant: Clyde V. Johnson (in file)
Find A Grave Memorial# 47251731 Name: Thomas Jefferson Johnson Birth: Jun. 9, 1861 Pond Gap, Kanawha County, West Virginia Death: Feb. 28, 1933 Smithers, Fayette County, West Virginia Husband of Dora Huddleston Son of Chapman Marine Johnson & Cynthia A. Martin Dora Paulina Huddleston, daughter of Fleming and Eunice P. Huddleston, was born July 1860, married Jeff Johnson in 1886. Dora was a granddaughter of John Paddy Huddleston and her husband was a great grandson. They had six children: Beatrice, Fleming, Frank, George, Philo and Ernest. Jefferson died at this home in Smithers, February 28, 1933. Surviving are Fleming S. Johnson of Charleston, Clyde V Johnson of Gauley Bridge and J E Johnson of Smithers. One daughter Lilian of Smithers, two brothers William E Johnson of Cannelton and M C Johnson of Pond Gap and Mrs. Nannie Roupe of Pond Gap. Funeral services will be held at Alloy Baptist Church, burial in Huddleston Cemetery at Alloy. Dora H. Johnson of Smithers died at her home after a long illness. Her body was removed to the B C Cooper funeral home at Montgomery. Surviving are four sons, Clyde of Dickinson, Clarence of Glasgow, and J Edward of Smithers. A daughter Lillian J of Smithers and brother Frank Huddleston. She died November 25, 1937. Buried in the Huddleston Cemetery at Alloy, W.Va Family links: Spouse: Dora Paulina Huddleston Johnson (1860 - 1937)* Children: Lillian Beatrice Johnson (1888 - 1969)* Fleming S. Johnson (1889 - 1958)* Clarence Earl Johnson (1903 - 1940)* Burial: Old Job Huddleston Cemetery, Alloy, Fayette County, West Virginia Created by: Sandy Littlejohn Record added: Jan 28, 2010 [Source: online http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=47251731]
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