I just happened on to your posting and hope that you get this.
Thomas C. Johnson married Nancy J. Denard in 1847, in Elbert Co. They were both listed in the 1850 census and had a child (female) born within the year, with the name starting with S. From there, I lost them. Or at least I assumed they were lost. With so many of the family leaving Georgia, headed to Texas, Arkansas and points unknown, it was my assumption that they got lost in the crowd.
After reading you posting about the N.J. Patterson, I came out of my coma (recent Lobotomy) and realized that the name had appeared before. Sure enough, N.J. Patterson was keeping house for Mitchel G. Denard in 1870. Mitchel would have been her uncle. By 1870. there were two other children that appeared to be hers. One was 7 and another was 1. (I'll have to back and look at the names. Write me at g a r y d @ m o m e n t. n e t and hopefully the answer will be within my reach.
I've known about this N.J. Patterson for several years. I just never put the two (Johnson and Patterson) together. In fact, I'm very interested in how you came about the the marriage to Patterson.
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