Deborah Ward1

#9955, (circa 1667 - )
Father*Sgt. John Ward Sr.1 (c 1625 - 1694)
Mother*Sarah Hill1


Eliphalet Johnson b. 1668, d. 1718
Children 1.Eliphalet Johnson Jr.5 (s 1692 - )
 2.John Johnson5 (s 1694 - )
 3.Samuel Johnson5 (s 1696 - )
 4.Nathaniel Johnson+6 (1698 - 1765)
 5.Timothy Johnson5 (s 1700 - )
 6.Deborah Johnson4 (s 1702 - )
 7.Phoebe Johnson4 (s 1704 - )
Her married name was Johnson.2 
Birth*circa 1667She was born circa 1667.1 
Marriage*say 1690She married Eliphalet Johnson, son of Thomas Johnson Jr. and Frances _____, say 1690 at East JerseyG.2,3 
27 August 1717She was mentioned in the will of Eliphalet Johnson on 27 August 1717 at Newark, Essex Co., East JerseyG.4 


  1. [S931] Richard W. Cook, "John Warde and John Ward of Newark", Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey 57:50-62, Gregg Leon Mattocks, transcriber (…) (1982): has ten and poss. eleven children given here. Atwater/Smith History of New Haven Supplement has nine (missing Jonathan and Phoebe). Branford VR has the same nine as well as another John, b. 29 Mar 1654, a second Abigail, b. 4 Jan 1658 [poss. /59], both with John as father; Branford VR also has Samwell s. John b. 22 Sep 1656, and Josias s. John b. 19 Jan 1661 [poss. /62]. For these last two, Atwater/Smith has as "probably" sons of George Ward (without giving a date of birth) but George d. 7 Apr. 1653. Hereinafter cited as "John Ward of Newark."
  2. [S1088] Richard W. Cook, "John Warde and John Warde of Newark", Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey 57 (1982): 60.
  3. [S1715] Bernard C. Steiner and Ralph D. Smith, "Supplementary Notes on the Johnson Family", The New England Historical and Genealogical Register LVI (July 1902): 297-298.
  4. [S1075] A. van Doren Honeyman, William Whitehead and others, editors, Documents Relating to the Colonial and Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey (Newark, NJ: Archives of the State of New Jersey, 1880–1949), XXIII:261. Will of Eliphelet Johnson/Johnston of Newark, Essex Co., yeoman. Mentions wife Abigail; children Eliphalet, Nathaniel, John, Samuel, Timothy, Deborah and Phebie. Includes real and personal estate. Executors sons Eliphelet and Nathaniel; Overseers Jonathan Craine and John Cooper; witn. Joseph Peck, John Ogden and John Cooper. Proved 13 Aug 1718, Lib. A, p. 103. Hereinafter cited as Documents Relating to the History of the New Jersey.
  5. [S1715] Bernard C. Steiner and Ralph D. Smith, "Supplementary Notes on the Johnson Family", no date of birth given, recorded here in the same order as listed.
  6. [S1083] William Ogden Wheeler, The Ogden Family in America (Elizabethtown Branch) and Their English Ancestry (Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1897, 1907), 62-63.