William Philetus Stillwell Jennings

M, #30976, b. 29 December 1877, d. 2 December 1942
FatherRobert Filetus Lee Jennings b. 10 Dec 1853, d. 24 Sep 1888
MotherEliza Ruanna Gray b. 11 Nov 1856, d. 10 Sep 1892
Relationship7th cousin 2 times removed of Ted Earl Cash
Last Edited30 Nov 2016
Birth*29 December 1877 William Philetus Stillwell Jennings was born on 29 December 1877 at ARG
 He was the son of Robert Filetus Lee Jennings and Eliza Ruanna Gray
Marriage*21 January 1903 William Philetus Stillwell Jennings married Mary Calfornia Barnes on 21 January 1903 at Chandler, Lincoln Co, OK
Death*2 December 1942 William Philetus Stillwell Jennings died on 2 December 1942 at Stephens Co, OK, at age 64. 

Family

Mary Calfornia Barnes b. 5 Jul 1880, d. 9 Dec 1965
Child

Zaddock Casey Jennings

M, #13084, b. 14 February 1838, d. 4 July 1922
FatherCharles Waters Jennings b. 17 Jan 1802, d. 18 Aug 1872
MotherMaria Woods Davidson b. 15 Dec 1802, d. 3 Apr 1885
Relationship2nd cousin 4 times removed of Ted Earl Cash
ChartsJennings Family
Mayflower Descendants
Last Edited8 Nov 2008
Birth*14 February 1838 Zaddock Casey Jennings was born on 14 February 1838. 
 He was the son of Charles Waters Jennings and Maria Woods Davidson
Marriage*3 November 1859 Zaddock Casey Jennings married Mary Jane Baldridge on 3 November 1859. 
Memo*1909  The following is from a book, '1909 Biographical and Reminiscent History of Richland, Clay & Marion Counties, Illinois', page 95.

Z. C. JENNINGS.

The life history of the subject of this sketch goes back to the pioneer days, since which Mr. Jennings has been a very potent factor in the affairs of Marion county, in which he is regarded as a foremost citizen in every respect, therefore, for many reasons, it is deemed entirely consistent to give him conspicuous mention in this volume.

Z. C. Jennings was born February 14, 1838, in Marion county, Illinois. Israel Jennings, the subject's grandfather, was a native of Maryland and when he reached young manhood went to the state of Kentucky and while at Marysville married Mary Waters in 1808. In 1818 he came to Marion county, Illinois, and settled six miles southeast of Centralia, being among the very first settlers there, having Indians as his neighbors, and the dense woods abounded in an abundance of wild game. He was one of the squatters at Walnut Hill until 1827. This section was then a part of Jefferson county. It was here that Mr. Jennings entered land, which he developed and where he died in 1860. His first wife passed away in 1844 and he married a second time, his last wife being Lear Sterling, of Centralia, this county. There were no children by his second wife. The following are the names of the children by his first wife: Israel, Jr., who married a Miss Davidson, was the father of eleven children; Charles W., the subject's father; William W. left home in 1847 and went to Wisconsin. He was in the mining, mercantile and grain business, in which he made a fortune. In 1853 he went to California and engaged in gold mining, but on account of failing health and trouble with his eyes, came back to Marion county where he remained for several years, at one time engaging in railroad contracting in northern Missouri. In 1861 he enlisted in the Union army and served during the war, after which he settled in Marion county and in 1875 he went to Austin county, Texas, where he lived until 1890, when he came to Alvin, Illinois, and built a modern home, having become prosperous. He first married Margaret Noleman. The date of his death was 1904. He was highly respected by all. Ann, the third child of the subject's grandfather, married Rufus McElwain, a farmer in Centralia township, who later lived at Salem, this county. Mary, the fourth child, who was known as "Aunt Polly," married a Mr. White. They lived near Walnut Hill where he conducted a tanyard. John, the fifth child, died when he reached maturity. The sixth child died when young. In Marion county, in the early days, no citizen was more prominent than Israel Jennings, who was one of the largest land owners of the county. He was a faithful member of the Methodist church, and a good Democrat. In 1827 he was elected a member of the Legislature when Vandalia was the capital of the state. He was a member of the house contemporaneous with Peter Cartwright. He was post-master at Walnut Hill, Illinois, for many years, beginning in 1834. He was a slaveholder and owned the only male slave ever held in this county. He came here before there were any steam railroads, but during his life he noted wonderful changes, being instrumental in bringing about much of the progress of the county. He opened a store and gave dry goods and groceries in exchange for produce, which he hauled, to St. Louis by wagon, bringing back supplies. At the time of his coming to this county he had two daughters who had reached maturity. They were taken sick while he was away in Shawneetown on one of his usual trips and one of them died. There was no lumber in the community, so a white oak tree was cut and a coffin hewn from it, in which to bury the young lady, whose grave is on the old place he owned. He was known to be a very eccentric man, and ten years before his death he bought a metallic coffin, which he kept in the house until his death, and he was buried in it, dying April 20, 1872. His wife died April 3, 1885.

Charles W. Jennings, the subject's father, was born in Kentucky, and he came to Marion county, Illinois, with his parents, settling one half mile from his father, where he made a home, and became owner of nine hundred acres of land. He married Mariah Davidson, a native of Kentucky, and the following children were born to them: Sarah, deceased, married Capt. R. D. Noleman, who is also deceased; Josephus W., deceased, was born October 29, 1827, lived on the old place and was educated in the district schools. He was a merchant at Walnut Hill, Illinois, until 1856, when he moved to a farm one half mile west of that place, where he died November 20, 1890. He married Amanda Couch, who was born January 8, 1834, the daughter of Milton and Mary (Beard) Couch. They were the parents of the following children: Edgar, Frank, Mary, Lizzie and Nancy. Harriett, the third child, married B. F. Marshall, who lived at Salem, Illinois. They are both deceased. Maria E. married Silas Bryan, who was county Judge, and lived at Salem, Illinois; Z. C., the subject of this biographical sketch, was the fifth in order of birth. Nancy married James Davenport, who is deceased. She is living at Salem, this county. America married William C. Stites. Both are now deceased. Docia married Alram Van Antwerp, who is deceased. She is living in St. Louis, Missouri.

The subject's father was a man of excellent business ability and a good manager, he having become wealthy. He was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church and in politics was a Democrat.

Z. C. Jennings, the subject of this sketch, grew to manhood on the old home place and was educated in the home schools and the high schools at Salem and Centralia. When twenty-two years old he married Mary J. Baldridge, daughter of James C. Baldridge, of North Carolina, and Margaret (Rainey) Baldridge, a native of Kentucky. At the age of nine years, James C. Baldridge came to Marion county with his parents. Dornton and Mary (Boggs) Baldridge, who settled near Walnut Hill, Illinois. James Baldridge and wife died in Jefferson county, Illinois. He married a second time, his last wife being Tabitha, the widow of Isaac Casey.

The subject started on the place where he now lives to make a home. He first owned forty acres of land, but being progressive he added to it from time to time until he now owns a fine farm of four hundred and twelve acres, which is in a high state of cultivation and one of the best stock farms in the county. He has raised some high-grade horses and cattle and has made all the improvements on the place himself, being regarded as one of the foremost agriculturists of the county, holding high rank among the stockmen of this locality.

Six children have been born to the subject and wife, as follows: Dr. Dwight was born September 1, 1860, and he graduated at the St. Louis Medical College in 1890, having previously attended the Carbondale Normal School, and he read medicine with Dr. Richardson, of Centralia, Illinois. He took up his practice at 4101 Washington avenue, St. Louis, where he has since been residing and has built up a large practice. He married Cora Locy, of Carlyle, Illinois, and three children were born to this union, Beatrice, Dorothy and Dwight L. Charles Emmett, the subject's second child, was born January 4, 1862. He is a farmer at Mosco, Washington, also a dealer in stock and grain. He married Angeline S. Creed, of Centralia township, and they have one son, Fred Allen. Maggie D., the subject's third child, was born December 17, 1863, and married Lewis E. Thomas, of Centralia, Illinois. He is a carpenter in the employ of the Illinois Central Railroad. Their only son, Charles, is deceased. Samuel R., who was born December 24, 1865, has always been a farmer and lived at home. Maria, who was born January 22, 1871, died in August the same year; Harriett G., who was born October 7, 1873, married E. M. Jones, of St. Louis. He is traveling freight agent for the Southern Railroad. They have three children, namely: Leona, Dwight and Grace.

The subject of this sketch lived at home until 1859, and was in the lumber business with his father for awhile, then he located on his present place. During the past few years he has devoted a great deal of his attention to raising fruit. For two years he successfully manufactured crates and berry boxes at Walnut Hill, Illinois.

Mr. Jennings has always taken a great deal of interest in politics. He ably filled the office of Supervisor for four years and other minor offices in the Democratic party, a member of the Methodist Episcopal church and a well read man on all leading topics. He has a substantial, beautiful and well-furnished home, presided over by a most estimable helpmeet, his wife being a woman of culture and refinement. Our subject is an uncle of Hon. William Jennings Bryan. He is well and favorably known throughout the county, being regarded by all classes as a man of force of character, stability, industry and honesty. 
Death*4 July 1922 Zaddock Casey Jennings died on 4 July 1922 at age 84. 

Family

Mary Jane Baldridge

Zebulon Jennings

M, #12959
FatherJohn Jennings b. 1692, d. 1759
MotherElizabeth (--?--) b. 1667
Relationship1st cousin 7 times removed of Ted Earl Cash
ChartsJennings Family
Last Edited26 Jul 1999
 Zebulon Jennings was the son of John Jennings and Elizabeth (--?--)
Marriage* Zebulon Jennings married Hannah Haines, daughter of John Haines and Mary (?)

Family

Hannah Haines
Child

Robert Joe Jerrell

M, #25380, b. 16 January 1946, d. 12 August 2007
FatherVirgil Edward Jerrell Sr b. 30 Jul 1918, d. 13 Oct 1989
MotherGrace Pauline Blackburn b. 22 Dec 1917, d. 13 Mar 1987
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Ted Earl Cash
ChartsEddings Family
Shepherd Family
Foster Family
Last Edited20 Nov 2015
Birth*16 January 1946 Robert Joe Jerrell was born on 16 January 1946 at Lawrenceville, Lawrence Co, IL
 He was the son of Virgil Edward Jerrell Sr and Grace Pauline Blackburn
Death*12 August 2007 Robert Joe Jerrell died on 12 August 2007 at age 61. 

Virgil Edward Jerrell Sr

M, #25379, b. 30 July 1918, d. 13 October 1989
ChartsEddings Family
Shepherd Family
Foster Family
Last Edited20 Nov 2015
Birth*30 July 1918 Virgil Edward Jerrell Sr was born on 30 July 1918. 
Marriage*circa 1945 He married Grace Pauline Blackburn, daughter of William Jasper Blackburn and Jessie Roselee Trainor, circa 1945. 
Death*13 October 1989 Virgil Edward Jerrell Sr died on 13 October 1989 at age 71. 
Burial*October 1989 He was buried in October 1989 at Lawrenceville City Cemetery, Lawrenceville, Lawrence Co, IL

Family

Grace Pauline Blackburn b. 22 Dec 1917, d. 13 Mar 1987
Child

Frank Jett

M, #29398, b. 1900
ChartsEddings Family
Last Edited2 Nov 2016
Birth*1900 Frank Jett was born in 1900 at TX
Marriage* He married Edith C Poe, daughter of Lowery Richard (Dick) Poe and Martha Victoria Fleming

Family

Edith C Poe b. 10 Aug 1902, d. 9 Aug 1994

Ralph Jilson

M, #33643, b. 14 February 1905, d. 5 October 1995
Last Edited26 May 2017
Birth*14 February 1905 Ralph Jilson was born on 14 February 1905 at NY
Marriage*23 November 1932 He married Virgiline Peck, daughter of Elmer E Peck and Mollie A White, on 23 November 1932 at Broome Co, NY
Death*5 October 1995 Ralph Jilson died on 5 October 1995 at Elmira, Chemung Co, NY, at age 90. 

Family

Virgiline Peck b. 26 Jan 1912, d. 1 Apr 2012

Mary Emaline Jimison

F, #37779, b. 1837, d. before 1900
ChartsEddings Family
Last Edited5 Jun 2018
Birth*1837 Mary Emaline Jimison was born in 1837 at OH
Married Name27 April 1854  As of 27 April 1854,her married name was Snyder. 
Marriage*27 April 1854 She married William Snyder, son of Jacob Snyder and Elizabeth (--?--), on 27 April 1854 at Decatur, Macon Co, IL
Death*before 1900 Mary Emaline Jimison died before 1900. 

Family

William Snyder b. Jul 1834, d. b 1880
Child

Anna Karine Johansen

F, #60, b. 20 May 1867, d. 31 October 1930
Anna Karina Johansen
Taken about 1910
RelationshipGrandmother of Ted Earl Cash
Verified byDNA testing
Born inNorway
Immigration StatusImmigrated
Last Edited25 Jun 2019
Birth*20 May 1867 Anna Karine Johansen was born on 20 May 1867 at Nordre Land, Oppland, NorwayG; Death Certificate gives date of birth as 20 May 1867 in "Northland, Norway". 1900 Census gives birth as May 1869.
Oslo passenger list on Film 0353093, page 162 says she was 20 when she registered to leave on 10 Oct 1888 to Pomeroy, IA.
Christening record shows she was born on 15 Jun 1867 -- when was she born. Northland should be Nordre Land, Oppland, Norway. 
Baptism23 June 1867 She was baptized on 23 June 1867 at Lutheran Church, Nordre Land, Oppland, NorwayG.
Emigration*10 October 1888 She registered on 10 Oct 1888 in Oslo, Norway to leave on the ship Island (pronounced "ice land"). The ship would have taken her to Hull, England where she would take a train to Liverpool, England for the final leg of the trip to the US. Port of entry is not known. The entry was for "Ane K Johansen" from "N Land" (Nordre Land) and her destination was listed as Pomeroy, IA. 
Psgr List*28 December 1888 She was found on a passenger list on 28 December 1888 at New York City (Manhattan), New York Co, NYG, on the ship 'Island' (line 74) from the ports of Christiania and Christiansand, Norway and Copenhagen, Denmark. She was listed as 'Ane Johnson', age 23 (should have been 21) from Norway.
Residence*January 1889 She lived at Pomeroy, Calhoun Co, IAG, in January 1889. 
Note* She moved to Sioux City, IA about 1890, according to her obituary. 
Marriage*13 November 1890 She married Rasmus Mortensen on 13 November 1890 at Dakota City, Dakota Co, NEG, by a Judge of Dakota Co, NE. Marriage recorded listed as between R. Martin and Anna Johnson, both living in Sioux City, IA at the time. His parents were listed as M. Rasmussen and Mary Petersen. Her parents were listed as John--- and (blank). 
Married Name13 November 1890  As of 13 November 1890,her married name was Mortensen. 
Census*11 June 1900 Anna Karine Johansen and Rasmus Mortensen appeared on the census of 11 June 1900 at 1502 West Fourth, Sioux City, Woodbury Co, IAG, Listed as Martenson, Erastus; Annie; Martha; Rosa; Arthur; and Alma. 
Residencebetween 1909 and 1913 Anna Karine Johansen and Rasmus Mortensen lived at 2001 Hamilton St, Sioux City, Woodbury Co, IAG, between 1909 and 1913. 
Census21 January 1910 Anna Karine Johansen and Rasmus Mortensen appeared on the census of 21 January 1910 at 2001 Hamilton St, Sioux City, Woodbury Co, IAG
Census-State*1915 Anna Karine Johansen and Rasmus Mortensen appeared on the state census of 1915 at Hancock Twsp, Plymouth Co, IAG
Residence*between 1918 and 1919 Anna Karine Johansen and Rasmus Mortensen lived at Ashford, Cattaraugus Co, NYG, between 1918 and 1919; lived in upper New York state for 8 months, where his brother Lars lived on a Dairy farm. That time is believed to be late 1918 or 1919. 
Census2 January 1920 Anna Karine Johansen and Rasmus Mortensen appeared on the census of 2 January 1920 at Perry Twsp, Plymouth Co, IAG, where he was listed as a farmer. 
Note14 December 1921 Anna Karine Johansen and Rasmus Mortensen purchased Lots 4 & 5 in Block 4 from W W Stevens & wife on 14 December 1921 at Stevens (now North Sioux City), Union Co, SDG
Residence*1922 Anna Karine Johansen and Rasmus Mortensen lived at Stevens (now North Sioux City), Union Co, SDG, in 1922. 
Photo*circa 1930 Anna Karine Johansen appeared in a photo circa 1930 at Stevens (now North Sioux City), Union Co, SDG.
Census2 April 1930 She and Rasmus Mortensen appeared on the census of 2 April 1930 at Big Sioux Twsp, Union Co, SDG, Big Sioux Twsp, Union Co, SD; ED-64-4; 02 Apr 1930, p31 6B. 
Occupation* Anna Karine Johansen was a Housewife. 
Death*31 October 1930 She died on 31 October 1930 at Lutheran Hospital, Sioux City, Woodbury Co, IAG, at age 63 of Cancer of the Uterus. She had been hospitalized for 1 day.
Obituary*1 November 1930 Sioux City Journal - Nov 1, 1930 - Page 11
Mrs Anna C Mortensen
     Mrs Anna C Mortensen of Stevens, SD, died in a Sioux City hospital Friday after a lingering illness.
     Born in Norway, May 20, 1867, Mrs Mortensen came to America 42 years ago, settling at Pomeroy, IA. Two years later she came to Sioux City and had lived here and at Stevens since, with the exception of eight months spent in New York state. She was a member of the Danish Lutheran Church
     Besides her windower, Rasmus Mortensen, she is survived by 10 children and 18 grandchildren. The children are: Arthur of Aberdeen, SD; Rudolph of Sioux City; Earl and Norman of Stevens, SD; Mrs Rose Wilcox of Portland, OR; Mrs Martha Golden of Sioux City; Mrs Alma Comstock of Sioux City; Mrs Esther Sorenson, of Sioux City; Mrs Marie Lynott of Sioux City and Miss Lillie Mortensen of Sioux City
     The body is at Nelson - Berger's funeral home pending funeral arrangements.
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Sioux City Journal - Nov 2, 1930 - Page D-3
Mrs Anna C Mortensen
     Funeral services for Mrs Anna C Mortensen of Stevens, SD, who died Friday, will be held at 2:30pm Monday afternoon at the Danish Lutheran Church, Rev Carl M Olson officiating. Interment will be in Logan Park cemetery under the direction of Nelson & Berger

---Another from Dick Mortensen (I think)---
Mrs Anna E Mortensen
Funeral Services for Mrs. Anna E. Mortensen, 63 years old, of Stevens, SD, who died in a Sioux City Hospital late Friday of complications, will be Monday afternoon at 2:30pm in the Danish Lutheran Church, Rev Carl Olsen will officiate. Interment will be at Logan Park Cemetery. Nelson Berger funeral parlors is in charge.
     Mrs Mortensen had resided in Sioux City and Stevens 40 years.
     Mrs Mortensen was born May 20, 1867 in Norway and came to the United States 42 years ago. She was a member of the Danish Lutheran Church of Sioux City.
     Surviving are the Widower, Rasmus Mortensen; four sons, Arthur of Aberdeen, SD, Rudolph, Earl and Norman, all of Sioux City; six daughters, Mrs. Rose Wilcox of Portland, Ore, Mrs Martha Golden, Mrs Alma Comstock, Mrs Esther Sorensen, Mrs Marie Lynott, and Miss Lily Mortensen, all of Sioux City, and 18 grandchildren. 
Burial*3 November 1930 She was buried on 3 November 1930 at Logan Park Cemetery, Sioux City, Woodbury Co, IAG; Anna Karina Johansen is buried in Section #5, lot 23 of Logan Cemetery. The lot and the one for Rasmus Mortensen was purchased on 3/31/1930 for $50.00. It is 9' 11' wide and 15' deep.

Family

Rasmus Mortensen b. 5 Nov 1861, d. 28 Apr 1944
Marriage*13 November 1890 She married Rasmus Mortensen on 13 November 1890 at Dakota City, Dakota Co, NEG, by a Judge of Dakota Co, NE. Marriage recorded listed as between R. Martin and Anna Johnson, both living in Sioux City, IA at the time. His parents were listed as M. Rasmussen and Mary Petersen. Her parents were listed as John--- and (blank). 
Child

Albert Sherdian Johns

M, #20644
FatherWillam Johns
MotherRebecca Sollers
Relationship5th cousin 3 times removed of Ted Earl Cash
ChartsCornelius Family
Last Edited8 Oct 2005
 Albert Sherdian Johns was the son of Willam Johns and Rebecca Sollers

Daniel Luther Johns

M, #20642
FatherWillam Johns
MotherRebecca Sollers
Relationship5th cousin 3 times removed of Ted Earl Cash
ChartsCornelius Family
Last Edited8 Oct 2005
 Daniel Luther Johns was the son of Willam Johns and Rebecca Sollers

David B Johns

M, #20637
FatherWillam Johns
MotherRebecca Sollers
Relationship5th cousin 3 times removed of Ted Earl Cash
ChartsCornelius Family
Last Edited8 Oct 2005
 David B Johns was the son of Willam Johns and Rebecca Sollers

Elisa Jane Johns

F, #20635
FatherWillam Johns
MotherRebecca Sollers
Relationship5th cousin 3 times removed of Ted Earl Cash
ChartsCornelius Family
Last Edited8 Oct 2005
 Elisa Jane Johns was the daughter of Willam Johns and Rebecca Sollers

Erma Eleanor Johns

F, #20641
FatherWillam Johns
MotherRebecca Sollers
Relationship5th cousin 3 times removed of Ted Earl Cash
ChartsCornelius Family
Last Edited8 Oct 2005
 Erma Eleanor Johns was the daughter of Willam Johns and Rebecca Sollers

Gertrude Bell Johns

F, #20643
FatherWillam Johns
MotherRebecca Sollers
Relationship5th cousin 3 times removed of Ted Earl Cash
ChartsCornelius Family
Last Edited8 Oct 2005
 Gertrude Bell Johns was the daughter of Willam Johns and Rebecca Sollers

Katherine Johns

F, #20638
FatherWillam Johns
MotherRebecca Sollers
Relationship5th cousin 3 times removed of Ted Earl Cash
ChartsCornelius Family
Last Edited8 Oct 2005
 Katherine Johns was the daughter of Willam Johns and Rebecca Sollers

Martha Johns

F, #35435, b. 1753, d. 27 February 1832
Born inBritish Colonial America
Last Edited26 Jun 2019
Birth*1753 Martha Johns was born in 1753 at Cumberland, Cumberland Co, VA, British Colonial AmericaG
Married Name1767  As of 1767,her married name was Meador. 
Marriage*1767 She married Jesse Meador, son of Jonas Meador and Frances Anderson Hudgens, in 1767 at Cumberland, Cumberland Co, VA, British Colonial AmericaG
Death*27 February 1832 Martha Johns died on 27 February 1832 at Cumberland, Cumberland Co, VAG

Family

Jesse Meador b. 1732, d. 28 Sep 1812
Child

Mary Melissa Johns

F, #20636
FatherWillam Johns
MotherRebecca Sollers
Relationship5th cousin 3 times removed of Ted Earl Cash
ChartsCornelius Family
Last Edited8 Oct 2005
 Mary Melissa Johns was the daughter of Willam Johns and Rebecca Sollers

Matha E Johns

F, #20639
FatherWillam Johns
MotherRebecca Sollers
Relationship5th cousin 3 times removed of Ted Earl Cash
ChartsCornelius Family
Last Edited8 Oct 2005
 Matha E Johns was the daughter of Willam Johns and Rebecca Sollers

Wilbur S Johns

M, #20640
FatherWillam Johns
MotherRebecca Sollers
Relationship5th cousin 3 times removed of Ted Earl Cash
ChartsCornelius Family
Last Edited8 Oct 2005
 Wilbur S Johns was the son of Willam Johns and Rebecca Sollers

Agnes Margaret Johnson

F, #33986, b. 1655, d. 1750
Relationship8th great-grandmother of Ted Earl Cash
Born inIreland
Immigration StatusImmigrated
ChartsPedigree Chart of Howard Cash
Last Edited3 Jun 2017
Birth*1655 Agnes Margaret Johnson was born in 1655 at IrelandG
Married Namecirca 1678  As of circa 1678,her married name was Faires. 
Marriage*circa 1678 She married Robert Faires, son of James Faires and Mrs James Faris Phares, circa 1678 at New Castle Co, DEG
Death*1750 Agnes Margaret Johnson died in 1750 at New Castle Co, DEG

Family

Robert Faires b. c 1658, d. 11 Sep 1749
Child

Alice Johnson

F, #41099, b. 1901
FatherGilbert Johnson b. 6 Mar 1855, d. 17 Mar 1932
MotherEtta Bell b. 15 Jan 1872, d. 14 Jun 1950
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Ted Earl Cash
ChartsEddings Family
Last Edited29 Mar 2019
Birth*1901 Alice Johnson was born in 1901 at MO
 She was the daughter of Gilbert Johnson and Etta Bell
(Witness) Census2 January 1920 Alice Johnson appeared on the census of 2 January 1920 in the household of Gilbert Johnson and Etta Bell at Franks Twsp, Oregon Co, MO

Andrew Jackson Johnson

M, #35862, b. 22 August 1869, d. 31 December 1929
ChartsBell Family
Last Edited10 Sep 2017
Birth*22 August 1869 Andrew Jackson Johnson was born on 22 August 1869 at Heflin, Cleburne Co, ALG
Marriage*28 December 1902 He married Corilla Jane Harris, daughter of Robert Caldwell (Bob) Harris and Alice E Bell, on 28 December 1902. 
Death*31 December 1929 Andrew Jackson Johnson died on 31 December 1929 at Antiock, Bibb Co, ALG, at age 60. 

Family

Corilla Jane Harris b. Apr 1881, d. 21 Feb 1918
Child

Anna Johnson

F, #35977, b. 6 May 1798, d. 22 October 1890
FatherLewis Johnson b. Sep 1776, d. 29 Jan 1857
MotherFrances Stone (Frankey) Winn b. 16 Mar 1774, d. 19 Dec 1857
Relationship3rd cousin 5 times removed of Ted Earl Cash
ChartsFoster Family
Last Edited19 Sep 2017
Birth*6 May 1798 Anna Johnson was born on 6 May 1798 at Louisa, Louisa Co, VAG
 She was the daughter of Lewis Johnson and Frances Stone (Frankey) Winn
Married Name6 July 1821  As of 6 July 1821,her married name was Moss. 
Marriage*6 July 1821 Anna Johnson married Ransom Moss on 6 July 1821 at Jefferson Co, IL
Death*22 October 1890 Anna Johnson died on 22 October 1890 at Mount Vernon, Jefferson Co, IL, at age 92. 

Family

Ransom Moss b. 7 May 1798, d. 2 Aug 1835
Child