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Andrew Johnson, 17th President of the United States 1865 - 1869

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Andrew Johnson, 17th President of the United States 1865 - 1869

Charles Fredrick Johnson III (View posts)
Posted: 15 Nov 2000 6:10AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 7 Oct 2009 11:40PM GMT
Surnames: johnson, mcdonough, mccardle
I just read your inquirey into the Johnson family ancestors. I don't know if this information will help you as I don't have any information on our family ancestory living in Canada, only the U.S.
Andrew Johnson, the 17th President of the united States 1865 - 1869, Born 1808 and died 1875. His parents were Jacob Johnson and Mary McDonough Johnson. His wife was Eliza McCardle, they had five children. Their second child was Charles Johnson (1830-1863). He had a son Charles F. Johnson (1859 - 1890)He had two sons, the second being Charles Fredrick Johnson Sr. (1879-1937)He had four children. his fourth child was Charles Fredrick Johnson Jr. (1912-1972) This man was my father. Andrew Johnson, the president was born in Raleigh, North Carolina. He died in Carter Station, Tennessee. He was buried in the Andrew Johnson National Historic site in Greenville, Tennessee. The rest of his family and my Great Grand Father, and Grand Father are burried in Holly Springs, North Carolina. My father, charles F. Johnson Jr. is burried in Bladensburg, Maryland. I have no children so I am the last Charles Johnson left. I live in Beltsville, Maryland.
Your inquiry caught my eye when you mentioned Andrew Johnson. Maybe just a coincidence, but I thought I would reply.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Charles Fredrick Johnson III 15 Nov 2000 1:10PM GMT 
Jon Headrick 18 Feb 2001 8:50AM GMT 
Charles F. Johnson 18 Feb 2001 9:52AM GMT 
marionwill1 7 Oct 2009 7:30AM GMT 
bafoster 21 Jul 2001 6:03PM GMT 
Charles F. Johnson III 21 Jul 2001 7:14PM GMT 
bafoster 22 Jul 2001 5:48AM GMT 
DON PIGATE 23 Jul 2001 11:19AM GMT 
Charles F. Johnson 23 Jul 2001 1:42PM GMT 
DON PIGATE 23 Jul 2001 2:54PM GMT 
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