Walter Johnson1

#1416, (1782 - 1822)

Family

Anna Bridges b. 1785, d. 1874
Children 1.Rebecca Johnson+3 (c 1808 - 1889)
 2.Sally Johnson7 (s 1809 - )
 3.Anna Johnson7 (s 1811 - )
 4.W W H Johnson+3 (c 1813 - )
 5.Franklin Johnson+3 (1815 - 1895)
 6.Hannah Johnson+3 (c 1817 - 1894)
 7.Charles Johnson+3 (1819 - 1908)
 8.Walter R Johnson+3 (1822 - 1909)
Birth*1782He was born in 1782 at PennsylvaniaG.2,1 
1804He removed to Hamilton Co., OhioG, in 1804.2 
Marriage*say 1806He married Anna Bridges, daughter of John Benjamin Bridges and Hannah Garland, say 1806 at Hamilton Co., OhioG; (see historical note.)3 
Probate5 April 1819He was the administrator of Nathaniel Abbott's estate on 5 April 1819 at Court of Common Pleas, Hamilton Co., OhioG.4 
Death*1822He died in 1822 at Anderson Twp., Hamilton Co., OhioG.5 
P. 248: "Walter Johnson settled in Anderson township in 1804, where his death occurred eighteen years after. He was born in Pennsylvania in 1782. He was a leading farmer, and was several times a member of the board of trustees of the school board. His wife was Anna Bridges. The surviving members of his family are Rebecca Cox, W. W. H. Johnson, Franklin Johnson, Hannah Cord, Charles Johnson, Walter R. Johnson, Anna Johnson, and Sallie Norton."
p. 415: "Charles Johnson was born in Anderson township, December 11, 1819, and married Rebecca Corbly October 17, 1841. He is the father of five sons, four of whom are living. He is of Scotch extraction on his father's side, who came from Pennsylvania in 1790, and settled in this county. His mother is of Yankee descent, was Anna Bridges in her maiden days, and was the first white child who crossed over into Anderson township and settled permanently with her parents."6 

Citations

  1. [S190] Clark Family Tree Workshop, online Ancestry.com.
  2. [S189] Henry A. Ford and Mrs. Kate B. Ford, compiler, History of Hamilton County Ohio with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches (Cleveland, Ohio: L. A. Williams & Co., 1881), p. 248.
  3. [S189] Henry A. Ford and Mrs. Kate B. Ford, History of Hamilton County, p. 248: "Walter Johnson settled in Anderson township in 1804, where his death occurred eighteen years after. . . . His wife was Anna Bridges. The surviving members of his family are Rebecca Cox, W. W. H.Johnson, Franklin Johnson, Hannah Cord, Charles Johnson, Walter R. Johnson, Anna Johnson, and Sallie Norton."
  4. [S714] Hamilton County Ohio Probate Court, Will Index and Books (1791- ), online www.probatect.org/courtrecordsarchive/willindex.htm, Probate Court Journal Entries (1791-1837), vol. 1, p. 429, handwritten entry, Court of Common Pleas 5 Apr 1819: "Letter of adm'n granted to Walter Johnson on the estate of Nathaniel Abbot dec'd; bond in $800. Security approved of Josiah Gwaltney, Elisha Bridges, Philip Turpin; Court appoints James Clark, Jonathan Garrard, Paul Fernsler, appraisers, widow relinquishment presented to Court."
  5. [S189] Henry A. Ford and Mrs. Kate B. Ford, History of Hamilton County, pg 248, gives 1822 (eighteen yrs. after he arrived in 1804). Transcribed by Kym Pitman; http://ohiobios.ancestralsites.com/hamilton_co/b00027.html
  6. [S189] Henry A. Ford and Mrs. Kate B. Ford, History of Hamilton County.
  7. [S189] Henry A. Ford and Mrs. Kate B. Ford, History of Hamilton County, p. 248: "Walter Johnson settled in Anderson township in 1804, where his death occurred eighteen years after. . . . His wife was Anna Bridges. The surviving members of his family are Rebecca Cox, W. W. H. Johnson, Franklin Johnson, Hannah Cord, Charles Johnson, Walter R. Johnson, Anna Johnson, and Sallie Norton."