John Johnson

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John Johnson - Others
... John Johnson, alias of Guy Fawkes John Johnson, early Latter Day Saint and owner of the John Johnson Farm, a historical site in Mormonism John Johnson (architect) (1732–1814), English ... Johnson (1887–1970), scientist–engineer after whom Johnson noise is named John Calhoun Johnson (died 1876), practiced law and operated a ranch in California John de ... Johnson (1841–1917), U.S ...
Tryon County, New York
... Three of the seven original judges were relatives of Sir William Johnson Sir John Johnson (son), Guy Johnson (nephew), and Daniel Claus (son-in-law) with a ... The remainder of the original seven judges were Peter Conyne, Jelles Fonda and John Wells ... Guy Johnson, John Johnson, Daniel Claus and John Butler sided with Britain during the American Revolution while Fonda, Wells and Conyne supported the American cause ...
Hiram Township, Portage County, Ohio - Name and History - Johnson Farm
... John Johnson, Sr ... moved his family from Vermont to Hiram Township in 1818, where they established the John Johnson Farm ... After reading the Book of Mormon, John and his wife Elsa traveled to Kirtland to meet with Latter Day Saint movement founder Joseph Smith, Jr ...
List Of Mayors Of Malvern - Malvern City Mayors (1900–1994)
38 William Haslam Edgar 1906–1907 39 John Ellis 1907–1908 40 Alexander James Browne Dunlop 1909–1910 41 Alexander McKinley 1910–1911 42 Rupert de ... Kilborn 1943–1944 72 John Johnson 1944–1945 73 Stanley E ... Cummins 1947–1948 76 John H ...
Upsala (mansion)
... Upsala was built in 1798 by John Johnson, III, the grandson of the builder of the nearby John Johnson House, who is said to have bought the land in 1766 ... Although he was raised as an English-speaking Quaker, Johnson was descended from one of Germantown's earliest settlers, Dirk Jansen ... Johnson married Sally Wheeler in 1801, and together they had nine children at Upsala ...

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    As soon as the harvest is in, you’re a migrant worker. Afterwards just a bum.
    —Nunnally Johnson (1897–1977)