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Grave has been located flag male ancestor  Samuel J  JOHNSON

  (b. 10 May 1801 Warren, Georgia, USA   d. 12 January 1877 )  

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Samuel J JOHNSON was born 10 May 1801 in Warren, Georgia, USA. Samuel J JOHNSON was the child of ?   and   ?

Marriage(s) and Child(ren):

He married  Mary Gibbs KEENER 7 March 1822 in Warren, Georgia, USA .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Mary Gibbs KEENER  was born 3 April 1807 in Warren, Georgia, USA.  She died 12 May 1877 She was the daughter of William KEENER and Vashti GIBBS.

Samuel J JOHNSON died 12 January 1877
Details of the family tree of Samuel appear below.
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  • 1801 Birth
    10 May 1801
    Warren, Georgia, USA
  • 1822 Marriage / Partner
    Samuel J JOHNSON and Mary Gibbs KEENER 7 March 1822, Warren, Georgia, USA
  • Samuel J JOHNSON
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    San Marcos Cemetery San Marcos Hays County Texas, USA Plot: Plot I
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Added: 8/29/2016 2:48:58 PM - Updated: 9/19/2017 9:02:55 AM

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