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Mary Ann Johnson

Birthabt 1811 - Bishop Auckland, Middlesex, England
Death1861-1871 - Rotherhithe, London, England
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Born in Bishop Auckland, Middlesex, England on abt 1811. Mary Ann Johnson married William Johnson and had 20 children. She passed away on 1861-1871 in Rotherhithe, London, England.

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Spouse(s)
William Johnson
1806 - Unknown
William Johnson
1805 - Unknown
William Johnson
Unknown - Unknown
William Johnson
1808 - Unknown
William Johnson
Unknown - Unknown
Children Show all
Albert Johnson
1853 - 1899
Mary Ann Johnson
1843 - 1926
Charles James Johnson
1840 - Unknown
Thomas Samuel Johnson
1844 - 1905
Hugh Johnson
1836 - 1890
Phoebe Jane Johnson
1847 - 1856
John Henry Johnson
1832 - Unknown
William Johnson
1829 - Unknown
Joseph Frederick Johnson
1834 - Unknown
Alfred E Johnson
1850 - Unknown

Alfred Edward Johnson
1850 - Unknown
Frederick Johnson
1836 - Unknown
Walter Johnson
1845 - 1912
Louisa Johnson
1853 - Unknown
Charles Johnson
1850 - Unknown
Julia Johnson
1836 - Unknown
John Johnson
1838 - 1911
Mary Johnson
1840 - Unknown
Richard Johnson
1831 - Unknown
William Henry Johnson
1829 - Unknown

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