TANEY CO, MO (made in 1837 from Greene )
lays next to Ozark, Douglas. Christian, Stone Co MO
lays next to Boone, Marion, Carroll Co, AR

 JERRY'S PAGE


1850 Taney Co., Mo census, Marion Twp. dwg. 458
PAINE, W.S. 28m  Tn
       Z.   24f  Tn
       M.    6f  Ar
       R./KJ 4m  Ar
       S.C.  2f  Mo
       N.T.6/12f Mo

Dwelling 470, still in Marion Twp.
PAINE, R.  56m  NC
       S.  58f  NC

 The printed index I am using has this listed as SALLEE, S 60m, Va;
> M 31f, Mo;   S/L 16m, Mo;  also in the household are HUNTER, W.B.  7m,
> Pa; and A.J. 5m Mo
>
> The author of the work says this is Rev. Stephen Sallee who died abt
> 1852; wife Polly Lockhart had died in the 1830s in Arkansas.  It also
> notes that this family was in Arkansas in 1840 but doesn't say where.
>
> Her name is Nancie Todd Weber, 514 Eucalyptus Drive, El Segundo,
> California 90245-3020  from the front of the book.  Her email:
> nanciet@inland.net
>



   From:
        Shaun-Michael and Bill <gaydads@pacbell.net>
    :   MOTANEY-L@rootsweb.com

I, too, am linked to this line. My great great great aunt, Julia Ann KAY

SELLERS was a second wife to George Washington JOHNSON and George's son,

John P. JOHNSON, married my great great aunt, Bertha Belle KESTER. Now,
I have accumulated this info from the Internet but I am relatively sure
it is accurate. With all this interest in the JOHNSON family, perhaps I
will spend a little more time researching and verifying this line. If
anyone has these relationships on file and can tell me their sources, I
would appreciate it.

Thanks,
Bill


   From:
        JBrand1056@aol.com
    MOTANEY-L@rootsweb.com

In a message dated 3/11/00 1:31:39 PM Pacific Standard Time, JBrand1056
writes:

<< Bill,

 Here's a small bit what I have on your George Washington Johnston/Johnson
.
You have another marriage for John P.. You asked for documentation, here's
a
small bit.

 Another surname I have in my collection is HEAD family. Anyone connect the
Johnson/johnston/Head line? If so please contact me.

 Let me hear from you. This is from the Johnston Cousins collection that I
have gathered from different ones and my own research as well. Carolyn
Smith
Burn's mother in law was very shocked when I finally met her and told her
things she didn't even realize I had found. You just live up the road from
me
abt 2 hrs away.

 Jean
 Fresno  CA
 

 Descendants of William H. Johnston
 

 Generation No. 1

    1.  William H.3 Johnston  (George Washington2, John William Albert1)
was
born 1813 in Washington Co., VA, and died May 30, 1864 in Powell Twp.,
Scott
Co., VA.  He married Sarah A. Bowen 1835 in VA., daughter of Jesse Bowen
and
Elizabeth Standley.  She was born 1818 in Scott Co, VA, and died March 22,
1892 in Scott Co, VA.

 Notes for William H. Johnston:
 1860 Scott Co., VA (Census) Wm age 59?, Sarah 4?, George 17, Mary 15,
 John 14, David 11, Lewis 9, Amanda 8, & Jesse 4.

 1870 Scott Co.,VA.(Census) Sarah Johnson 52 and Mary 13.

 William was a farmer, his land was situated in the western portion of the
 county, on or near the Tennessee line. He was living in Scott Co., VA. by
 1836.

 Aug. 30, 1860 William Johnson and Sarah (his wife) of Scott Co., VA
 deeded to James Buske ( for $500.) a tract of land in Scott Co., VA. on
 the Clinch River and the Tennessee line, containing 195 acres.  In 1870
 the family was all living within the boundaries of Powell Township, and
 their Post Office was at Pattonville, a village situated at the base of
 Powell's mountain.  Living on the frontier and lacking schooling, neither
 William Johnson nor his wife could read or write.  Some his children,
 however, were able to attend school in Scott Co.  Their ages were listed
 in the census from which were calculated the approximate years of birth,
 as given above.

 William died during the Civil War, in 1864, his death was recorded in the
 County Register of Deaths, with his son, General J. Johnston giving the
 information. On March 1864 an appraisal was recorded of the estate of
 William Johnson, deceased.
 The property listed a total of $495.00. On the same date as Sale Bill of
 personal property of William Johnson, deceased, was recorded in the Will
 book. David Johnson, as some of the buyers, and widow Sarah Johnson was
 mentioned. On May 1867 settlement of the estate of William Johnson was
 returned. There were paid accounts to Wm H. Morrison and Son, Jesse
 Johnson, George Johnson, James B. Carter, H. K. Pegg, Wm Church, J. W.
 Robinson, General Johnson and George W. Powers.
 

 More About William H. Johnston:
 Confirmation: 1840, Scott Co., VA Census

 Children of William Johnston and Sarah Bowen are:
    2   i.  James Monroe4 Johnston, born 1836 in VA; died January 18, 1890
in
Douglas Co., MO.  He married Nancy Head February 08, 1855 in Scott Co.,
VA.;
born 1840 in Scott CO., VA.

 Notes for James Monroe Johnston:
 1870 Scott Co., VA ( Census) James M. Johnston 35, Nancy 31, Manda 9,
 Sarah E. 5, and Lucy 3.
 

 More About James Monroe Johnston:
 2: February 08, 1855, Scott Co, VA Mar Bk 2, pg. 2. Ln 39

    3   ii. General R. Johnston, born July 13, 1837 in VA; died January 18,
1890 in Ava, Douglas Co., MO.  He married (1) Elizabeth Ann Fletcher
December
03, 1857; born February 22, 1842 in IN; died in Douglas Co., MO.  He
married
(2) Malinda Head November 05, 1888.

 Notes for General R. Johnston:
 Letter from General << Johnson>>  Submitted by member Mabel Harp, Wagoner,
OK
 

 Douglas County Missoura
 December 18 1868

 Dear mother it is with pleather I seet my Self to let yew now that we are
all well hoping thees flew lines may find yew all well.

 I can inform yew that we had very good luck moveing this cuntry we was on
the road 32 days we lay up about 3 days on the road nothing strang to rite
to
yew I hav bin tradin very larg sence I have bin hear I hav bought me a
hundre
and sixty acers of land I can plow evry bit of hit both way now improvement
on hit a bout half of hit ferrerrey I am a gowing to bild on hitthis winter
I
ame to put aboud ten acers in corn onn hit next spring Me and Enoc Roler is
a
carren onn a steam destil I own one thir of the stil and has got her pad
for
I sold my mule and got one hundred and twenty six dollars for him. I have
got
my waggon and a good hors and a cow and calf and a too year old stear and a
sow and nine pigs one good hod to kill and fifty three bushels of corn and
the ballence I have to look out for I have some money and fifty dollars
owing
to me that I can get any time I call for hit I wod be glad of hearing of
yew
all getting out when yew could do some god. Mother if yew will come out
hear
i will giv yew a home onn my land as long as yew live and if I hav the luck
to out liv yew yew never shal want for nothing as long as yew live yew may
think hard of me for moveing off ann leavin yew behind but yew consider
that
I hav a gang of little chilldern to tak cear of and I think I have got in a
cuntery that I can take cear of them and have them all a home besides if I
live now mother if I never see yew now more I hope to meet yew onn the
banks
of sweat delivernce wher greaf and trubel will be now more.

 Margaret and babey is well sow I remane yours until death direct your
letters to dugles County Mo. Turners Store PO

 From General R. << Johnson>>  to Sarah << Johnson>> .

 This letter copied as written by General R. << Johnson>>  from Douglas
County, Missouri to his mother Sarah Bowen << Johnson>> , Scott Co. Va.

 Addressed on envelope - To Mrs Sarah << Johnson>> , Scott County Va.
Stockcreek PO
 

 More About General R. Johnston:
 Cause of Death: 2 pistol bullets to his head during a gun fight.
 Census: 1860, Hancock Co., TN
 Moved: 1869, To Douglas Co., MO from Hancock Co., TN

    4   iii.    Louisa Johnston, born February 17, 1840 in Scott Co., VA.;
died February 10, 1895 in Scott Co, VA.  She married John F. Winegar 1855
in
Scott Co., VA.

 More About Louisa Johnston:
 Burial: Old Johnson Cemetery

    5   iv. Jesse M. Johnston, born 1841 in Scott Co., VA.; died Aft. 1880
in
Scott Co, VA.  He married (1) Lucy Head 1862 in Scott Co., VA..  He married
(2) Nancy Head March 06, 1862 in Scott Co., VA; born 1840 in Scott CO., VA.

 Notes for Jesse M. Johnston:
 No other records of Nancy.
 1870 Pattonsville,  Scott Co., VA. (Census) Jesse Johnson 29, Lucy 34,
 John 4, James M. 5, Hiram 3 and George M. 7/12.
 

    6   v.  Margaret Johnston, born March 18, 1842 in Scott Co. VA; died
June
1932 in Douglas Co., MO.  She married Enoch Roller 1857 in Scott Co., VA;
born May 1836 in Scott Co. VA; died February 06, 1929 in Douglas Co., MO.

 More About Margaret Johnston:
 2: 1859, Carolyn Smith Burns has this date.
 Burial: Roller Cemetery

 More About Enoch Roller:
 Burial: Roller Cemetery

    7   vi. George Washington Johnston, born July 18, 1844 in Scott Co.,
VA.;
died August 01, 1932 in Spring Creek Twp., Douglas Co., MO.  He married (1)
Martha Jane Miller April 08, 1866 in Rockcastle Co., KY; born 1847 in Scott
Co., VA.; died 1900.  He married (2) Julie A. Kay November 17, 1903 in
Rome,
Douglas Co., MO.

 Notes for George Washington Johnston:
 1870 Rockcastle Co., KY (Census) age 26 ( no real estate), Martha 23 b.
 VA,  General A. 3 b. KY, Sarah A. 1 b. KY, and James M. 1/12 b. KY.
 

    8   vii.    Mary Johnston, born 1845 in Scott Co., VA..
    9   viii.   John P. Johnston, born October 17, 1847 in Scott Co., VA.;
died February 12, 1927 in Copper Ridge, Edison Co., TN.  He married
Margaret
Letty Hale January 25, 1867 in Scott Co., VA.; born 1845 in VA..

 Notes for John P. Johnston:
 1870 Scott Co., VA ( Census) John P. Johnston 21, Margaret 23, and
 William 2.
 

 More About John P. Johnston:
 Burial: Johnston Cemetery, Copper Ridge

    10  ix. David Johnston, born 1849 in Scott Co., VA.; died April 27,
1868
in Scott Co., VA..  He married Cosby Ann Wright September 13, 1865 in
Hawkins
Co., TN.
    11  x.  Lewis Johnston, born 1850 in Scott Co., VA.; died June 08, 1910
in Spring Creek, Douglas Co., MO.  He married (1) Anice Johnson Bef. 1868.
He married (2) Sarah J. Stone October 22, 1868 in Scott Co., VA.; born
1851.

 More About Lewis Johnston:
 Burial: Roller Cemetery
 Census: 1870, Scott Co., VA Census Lewis 20, Mary?) 19, & George 8/12.

    12  xi. Amanda Johnston, born 1852 in Scott Co., VA..  She married
George
W. Russell February 08, 1868 in Russell Co., VA..
  >>
 

In a message dated 3/11/00 11:40:41 AM Pacific Standard Time,
gaydads@pacbell.net writes:

<< Hi List,

 I, too, am linked to this line. My great great great aunt, Julia Ann KAY

 SELLERS was a second wife to George Washington JOHNSON and George's son,

 John P. JOHNSON, married my great great aunt, Bertha Belle KESTER. Now,
 I have accumulated this info from the Internet but I am relatively sure
 it is accurate. With all this interest in the JOHNSON family, perhaps I
 will spend a little more time researching and verifying this line. If
 anyone has these relationships on file and can tell me their sources, I
 would appreciate it.

 Thanks,
 Bill

  >>
Bill,

Here's a small bit what I have on your George Washington Johnston/Johnson .
You have another marriage for John P.. You asked for documentation, here's
a
small bit.

Another surname I have in my collection is HEAD family. Anyone connect the
Johnson/johnston/Head line? If so please contact me.

Let me hear from you. This is from the Johnston Cousins collection that I
have gathered from different ones and my own research as well. Carolyn
Smith
Burn's mother in law was very shocked when I finally met her and told her
things she didn't even realize I had found. You just live up the road from
me
abt 2 hrs away.

Jean
Fresno  CA
 

Descendants of William H. Johnston
 

Generation No. 1

    1.  William H.3 Johnston  (George Washington2, John William Albert1)
was
born 1813 in Washington Co., VA, and died May 30, 1864 in Powell Twp.,
Scott
Co., VA.  He married Sarah A. Bowen 1835 in VA., daughter of Jesse Bowen
and
Elizabeth Standley.  She was born 1818 in Scott Co, VA, and died March 22,
1892 in Scott Co, VA.

Notes for William H. Johnston:
1860 Scott Co., VA (Census) Wm age 59?, Sarah 4?, George 17, Mary 15,
John 14, David 11, Lewis 9, Amanda 8, & Jesse 4.

1870 Scott Co.,VA.(Census) Sarah Johnson 52 and Mary 13.

William was a farmer, his land was situated in the western portion of the
county, on or near the Tennessee line. He was living in Scott Co., VA. by
1836.

Aug. 30, 1860 William Johnson and Sarah (his wife) of Scott Co., VA
deeded to James Buske ( for $500.) a tract of land in Scott Co., VA. on
the Clinch River and the Tennessee line, containing 195 acres.  In 1870
the family was all living within the boundaries of Powell Township, and
their Post Office was at Pattonville, a village situated at the base of
Powell's mountain.  Living on the frontier and lacking schooling, neither
William Johnson nor his wife could read or write.  Some his children,
however, were able to attend school in Scott Co.  Their ages were listed
in the census from which were calculated the approximate years of birth,
as given above.

William died during the Civil War, in 1864, his death was recorded in the
County Register of Deaths, with his son, General J. Johnston giving the
information. On March 1864 an appraisal was recorded of the estate of
William Johnson, deceased.
The property listed a total of $495.00. On the same date as Sale Bill of
personal property of William Johnson, deceased, was recorded in the Will
book. David Johnson, as some of the buyers, and widow Sarah Johnson was
mentioned. On May 1867 settlement of the estate of William Johnson was
returned. There were paid accounts to Wm H. Morrison and Son, Jesse
Johnson, George Johnson, James B. Carter, H. K. Pegg, Wm Church, J. W.
Robinson, General Johnson and George W. Powers.
 

More About William H. Johnston:
Confirmation: 1840, Scott Co., VA Census

Children of William Johnston and Sarah Bowen are:
    2   i.  James Monroe4 Johnston, born 1836 in VA; died January 18, 1890
in
Douglas Co., MO.  He married Nancy Head February 08, 1855 in Scott Co.,
VA.;
born 1840 in Scott CO., VA.

Notes for James Monroe Johnston:
1870 Scott Co., VA ( Census) James M. Johnston 35, Nancy 31, Manda 9,
Sarah E. 5, and Lucy 3.
 

More About James Monroe Johnston:
2: February 08, 1855, Scott Co, VA Mar Bk 2, pg. 2. Ln 39

    3   ii. General R. Johnston, born July 13, 1837 in VA; died January 18,
1890 in Ava, Douglas Co., MO.  He married (1) Elizabeth Ann Fletcher
December
03, 1857; born February 22, 1842 in IN; died in Douglas Co., MO.  He
married
(2) Malinda Head November 05, 1888.

Notes for General R. Johnston:
Letter from General << Johnson>>  Submitted by member Mabel Harp, Wagoner,
OK
 

Douglas County Missoura
December 18 1868

Dear mother it is with pleather I seet my Self to let yew now that we are
all
well hoping thees flew lines may find yew all well.

I can inform yew that we had very good luck moveing this cuntry we was on
the
road 32 days we lay up about 3 days on the road nothing strang to rite to
yew
I hav bin tradin very larg sence I have bin hear I hav bought me a hundre
and
sixty acers of land I can plow evry bit of hit both way now improvement on
hit a bout half of hit ferrerrey I am a gowing to bild on hitthis winter I
ame to put aboud ten acers in corn onn hit next spring Me and Enoc Roler is
a
carren onn a steam destil I own one thir of the stil and has got her pad
for
I sold my mule and got one hundred and twenty six dollars for him. I have
got
my waggon and a good hors and a cow and calf and a too year old stear and a
sow and nine pigs one good hod to kill and fifty three bushels of corn and
the ballence I have to look out for I have some money and fifty dollars
owing
to me that I can get any time I call for hit I wod be glad of hearing of
yew
all getting out when yew could do some god. Mother if yew will come out
hear
i will giv yew a home onn my land as long as yew live and if I hav the luck
to out liv yew yew never shal want for nothing as long as yew live yew may
think hard of me for moveing off ann leavin yew behind but yew consider
that
I hav a gang of little chilldern to tak cear of and I think I have got in a
cuntery that I can take cear of them and have them all a home besides if I
live now mother if I never see yew now more I hope to meet yew onn the
banks
of sweat delivernce whe