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Benjamin JOHNSON
Matilda WILLIAMS
Husband:  Benjamin JOHNSON
Birth:  22 Jul 1784, Great Crossings, Scott Co., KY
Death:  20 Oct 1849, Scott Co., KY
Father:  Robert JOHNSON
Mother:  Jemima SUGGETT
Marriage:  8 Sep 1811, Scott Co., KY
Wife:  Matilda WILLIAMS
Birth:  17 Oct 1793, Scott Co., KY
Death:  1 Oct 1874, Little Rock, Pulaski Co., AR
Disposition:  buried Mt. Holly Cemetery, Little Rock, Pulaski Co., AR
Father:  Charles Pierce WILLIAMS
Mother:  Elizabeth REDD
Children:
born in Scott Co., KY:
1.  Benjamin S. JOHNSON
2.  Juliette B. JOHNSON, b. 12 Oct 1812; d. 16 Mar 1845, Pulaski Co., AR; m. 26 Sep 1827, Pulaski Co., AR, Ambrose Hundley SEVIER
3.  (Sen.) Robert Ward JOHNSON, b. 22 Jul 1814 
4.  George Junius JOHNSON, b. ca. 1820; d. 8 Feb 1840

born in Little Rock, Pulaski Co., AR:
5.  Richard H. JOHNSON, b. 22 Feb 1826; d. 7 Sep 1889, Pulaski Co., AR; m. 22 Feb 1855, Pulaski Co., AR, Anne NEWTON
6.  James Barnett JOHNSON, b. 16 Feb 1828; d. Feb 1862
7.  Charles E. JOHNSON, b. 1833; d.s.p. Feb 1834
8.  Irene M. JOHNSON, b. 27 Apr 1833; d. 30 Jul 1878, Lincoln Co., AR; m. 3 Nov 1852, Desha Co., AR, John Augustus JORDAN


Sources:

1.  WorldConnect (online at RootsWeb.com).

2.  Messages in the Cave Family Genealogy Forum (online at GenForum.com).

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