Elizabeth Johnson

Elizabeth Johnson may refer to:

  • Elizabeth A. Johnson, Kansas history advocate
  • Elizabeth Johnson (theologian) (born 1941), Christian feminist theologian
  • Liz Johnson (bowler) (born 1974), American professional bowler
  • Liz Johnson (swimmer) (born 1985) British Paralympic gold medallist
  • Eliza McCardle Johnson (1810–1876), First Lady of the United States, wife of President Andrew Johnson
  • Betty Johnson (born circa 1930), American traditional pop and cabaret singer
  • Betsey Johnson (born 1942), American fashion designer
  • Betsy Johnson (Oregon politician), American politician in Oregon

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