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Re: Indiana Shively Bible
Posted by: Janet Jones (ID *****4383) Date: July 06, 2004 at 16:19:38
In Reply to: Re: Indiana Shively Bible by joan johnson of 1158

I have John Johnson and Anna Shively as married and Elizabeth married to David Johnson. This is some of what I have on John and Anna Johnson:

Anna Shively was married to John Johnson on July 31, 1804 in Shelby County, KY (book 1, bond 22). Sisters Anna and Elizabeth Shively married brothers John and David Johnson. John Johnson was born on March 17, 1784. His grave stone shows March 14, 1784. He purchased 160 ac. Section 27, NE 1/4, T2N, R1E in 1815 in Orange County, IN.

On Aug. 17, 1829 Henry B. Shively sold to John Johnson part of SE 1/2 of Section 22, township 2 N of range 1 E. (Deed Book C, pg. 359, Orange Co., Ind.)

He was ordained on October 27, 1821 in Stampers Creek Primitive Baptist Church, Orange County, IN, as first deacon. The minutes of this church reveal his labors for the building of the church, which was erected on two acres of the George Duncan land and organized on May 22, 1819. The adjoining graveyard was laid out in July 1830. He appeared on the census in 1830 in Orange County, IN. He appeared on the census in 1840 in Orange County, IN. He died on September 15, 1845 in Orange County, IN. The True American (September 1845) reported "John Johnson died September 15, 1845 at his residence four miles east of Paoli. He came to this county about twenty-five years ago." He was buried in Stampers Creek Cemetery, Orange County, IN. (Shively txt. Orange Co., Ind.)

1840 Census:
John Johnson 1        20-30 m
1        50-60 m
        1       10-15 f
        1       15-20 f
        1       50-60 f       

Sorry I do not have more on the children of this marriage except son, William R. Johnson b. 1809 in Daviess Co., Ky. which is my line. My tree is on Ancestry.com. Do a search on John Johnson m. to Anna Shively when you reach Trees, Branches and Twigs that's my line. You can see what I have.       


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