The name ‘Johnson’ originates from Liverpool, England. It is one of the most common of all English surnames, the name itself is derived from the name ‘Jones’ also one of the most common names in England. The exact period of settlement in North America has not been definately determined but Information extracted from Public and Civil registry archive’s confirm that one of the first settlers was a certain ‘Thomas Johnson’ of Somerset, England, aged 16, He arrived aboard the ship named the ‘Sally’ on the 26th of December 1774 to serve as labourer to a Mr. Wuilliam Moat. Albert Williams Johnson, of Lewisburg, Pensylvania, Instructor in Law at Bucknell University between 1902 – 1920 (appointed for life by the president of the U.S.) as U.S. District judge for Middle District of Pensylvania from 1925. He married Dora Miller on the 28th of December 1893, and by her had four sons and one daughter, she died on the 9th of October 1909. Hi the married a Mary Cadman on the 13th of December 1913, and by her fathered a further four sons and two daughters… Coat of arms: Gules on a chevron be…
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