Do you have the surname JOHNSON in your family tree? This Revolutionary War soldier may be your ancestor.
Moses Johnson was a soldier in George Washington’s army and was with him at the siege and surrender of Yorktown. He moved to Sevier, Tennessee where some of his children were born. He became one of the earliest pioneers of Alabama, arriving some time around 1815 or 1816 in Jefferson County, Alabama.
Moses died in 1828 and is buried in Shelby County, Alabama. Many of his descendants reside there still while others moved further west.
Check the free sample pages of Some Descendants of Moses Johnson Revolutionary War Soldier to see an outline of descendants to see if he is your ancestor.
Some Descendants of Moses Johnson Revolutionary War Soldier is a compilation of notes, records, and information for anyone researching Moses Johnson’s descendants, revised November 2013.
Moses Johnson descendants: AVERY, BARDIN, BELL, BOLDING, BRASHEAR, BRASHER, BRASHIER, CARSON, CHAMPION, CLAYTON, CLIETT, CLOWER, CRAIG, CROSS, CROW, DOLLAR, EDDINGS, ELLIOTT, FANCHER, FARRINGTON, FARR, FLETCHER, FROST, GARDNER, GILBERT, GOUVITZA, GRIFFIN, HARPER, HAVIS, HAYES, HAWKINS, HEARNE, HENRY, HOWARD, HULSE, JONES, LANGSTON, LITTLEPAGE, LOGAN, MASSEY, MASON, MCELROY, MCGOWEN, MCNAIR, MERONEY, MORGAN, MORRIS, NELSON, NICHOLSON, OWEN, PETERS, PLEDGER, PRATT, RENCHER, RICHARDSON, RICKLES, RUNYON, RUSSELL, SCHOLAR, SCHOOLAR, SEALE, SINCLAIR, STEWART, STEVES, THOMAS, THOMPSON, TOOMEY, TUCKER, WALLACE, WEAVER, WEST, WILSON, WOODRUFF
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