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Re: death record
Posted by: Linda (ID *****9069) Date: February 21, 2012 at 10:17:38
In Reply to: death record by Mark Grantham of 1253

Mark,
Anson S. Johnson b. 02/09/1811 d. 12/15/1865 is buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Corry, Erie Co., NY. The death note stated that he was the son of William & Rachel Tewksbury Johnson (born in Panama, Chautaqua Co. Also, I found this:

Johnson, Anson S.
Submitted Sun November 20, 2011 - 20:32 by Old Bios
ANSON S. JOHNSON (deceased), late farmer, was born February 9, 1811, in New York State. He was raised in Onondaga County, removing to Chautauqua County, same State, when twenty-one years of age. When twenty years old he was married to Olive B. Allen, a native of Connecticut, born June 9, 1814, and who moved to Marseilles when young. Ten children were born to this union, viz.: Laura (deceased); Calista M.; Porter; Polly, whose first husband, Calvin Northrop, a Christian, and a soldier in the late war, died soon after being liberated from Libby Prison (she married, for her second husband, Orange Hammond, also a soldier); W. H.; Eunice; David; Nancy H. (deceased); Cyrus and Hattie, wife of Jay S. Hurd, married June 28, 1874; he was born July 1, 1851, in New York State, and is a son of S. A. and Mary H. Hurd. The subject of this sketch moved to Erie County thirty-six years ago, and was among the early settlers of Corry. He built the third house, and acted as School Director in the first school organized in Corry. Mr. Johnson was an enterprising business man; he departed this life December 15, 1865. Hope this helps, Linda


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