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Franklin Arthur Johnson

Birth18 July 1879 - Morning Sun Township, Louisa, Iowa, USA
Death8 Dec 1952 - Shenadoah, Page, Iowa, United States
MotherClara Matilda Dicus
FatherJohn Frederick Johnson

Born in Morning Sun Township, Louisa, Iowa, USA on 18 July 1879 to John Frederick Johnson and Clara Matilda Dicus. Franklin Arthur Johnson married Ada Moore and had 15 children. He passed away on 8 Dec 1952 in Shenadoah, Page, Iowa, United States.

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Parents

John Frederick Johnson
1848 - 1925
Clara Matilda Dicus
1859 - 1879

Spouse(s)

Ada Moore
1883 - Unknown
Etta Mae Lebarron
1885 - 1944

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Sylvia Mae Johnson
1901 - 1985
Milo D Johnson
1910 - Unknown
Clara Johnson
1907 - Unknown
Dorothy Mabel Johnson
1918 - 2001
Leslie Darrell Johnson
1915 - 1963
Fred Carrol Johnson
1903 - 1984
Robert Franklyn Gale Johnson
1920 - 1988
Albert Dale Johnson
1922 - 2000

Adelbert Arthur Johnson
1909 - 1957
Lawrence Dean Johnson
1928 - 2002
Donald B Johnson
1917 - 1989
Gordon Lee Johnson
1931 - 1999
Clara Emmaline Johnson
1908 - 1955
Ruth Ardean Johnson
1924 - 1999
Helen Etta Rose Johnson
1926 - 1998

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