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SOUTHERN ROOTS

The Descendents of Jesse and Sarah Johnson from Edgefield, South Carolina (circa 1795). This history includes many surnames, incl. The Johnsons, The Carrolls, The Georges, The Brooks, and many others. These families originated out of Edgefield, S.C. and areas of N.C. but have more recently become associated with The Wiregrass Region of Dale County, Alabama. This page is maintained by Ron Johnson and he alone is responsible for it's contents (including any errors incurred within). If you have any comments or feedback, please contact the author at the address listed below.

Contact Info

This page is maintained by Ron Johnson of Jacksonville, Florida and I am primarily responsible for the information found here.Feel free to contact me with info, corrections, etc at: Rocker419@yahoo.com

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THE JOHNSON FAMILY TREE

Jesse(y) JOHNSON
b. circa 1795 in S.C.
d. circa 1835 (according to W.L. Andrews' history, Jesse is the first internment at Claybank Cemetary, Ozark, AL)
married Sarah ________
b. circa 1795 in N.C.
d. circa 1855 Ozark, Alabama

KNOWN CHILDREN OF JESSE & SARAH JOHNSON:

1. Daniel W. JOHNSON
b. June 14, 1814 (S.C.)
d. March 2, 1866 (Ozark, AL)
married Rebecca CARROLL (daug. of James CARROLL and Rhoda STEPENSON)
b. Aug. 2, 1822 (N.C.)
d. June 20, 1888 (Ozark, AL)

2. Martha Elizabeth "Patsy" JOHNSON
b. Sept. 15, 1825 (S.C.)
d. Oct. 21, 1896 (Ozark, AL)
married David CARROLL
b. Feb. 14, 1800 (N.C.)
d. Nov. 28, 1864 (Ozark, AL)

3. Samuel JOHNSON
b. 1828 (Alabama)
d. Unk (Civil War? 15th Ala?)

4. Mary J.F. JOHNSON
b. May 21, 1832 (AL)
d. Sept. 10, 1913 (AL)
married ? (Unk)