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John William 
Johnson
1809 - 1894


John William 
Johnson
, Bookkeeper (1851). Of Melbourne, formerly of Yorkshire. He emigrated with his wife and four children arriving in Melbourne on the 16th April 1853 on the ship Africa.

Born: Denton, Yorkshire 1809 Baptised:
Died: Studley hall, Kew, , Victoria, Australia 1894 Buried:
Family:
Johnson

Ancestors
[ Patrilineage | Matrilineage | Earliest Ancestors | Force | Force2 | Options ]

1.
John William 
Johnson
(
Farnell
) 1809 - 1894
2.
Joseph 
Johnson
(
Garnett
) ante 1790 - post 1820
 
 
3.
Martha 
Garnett
(
Johnson
) 1786 - post 1820
6.
William 
Garnett
(
Naylor
,
Rhodes
,
Chadwick
) 1760 - 1832
7.
Martha/Mary 
Rhodes
(
Garnett
) c. 1765 - post 1801

Siblings


1.
Peter 
Johnson
* c. 1816
2.
Richard Garnett 
Johnson
c. 1816 - 1883
3.
James 
Johnson
* c. 1818
4.
Joseph 
Johnson
* c. 1820

Spouses



1. ante 1837
Sarah 
Farnell
(
Johnson
) 1814 - post 1851

Descendants
[ Options ]

a.
Sarah 
Farnell
(
Johnson
) 1814 - post 1851
1.
Annabella 
Johnson
(
Syme
) 1837 - 1915
1a.
David 
Syme
(
Johnson
) 1827 - 1908
1.1.
Lucie Isabel 
Syme
1.2.
George Francis (Francis) 
Syme
1861 - post 1881
1.3.
Caroline 
Syme
* 1864
1.4.
Dr. Arthur Edward 
Syme
1865 - post 1881 ...
1.5.
Gabrielle 
Syme
* 1871
1.6.
Sir Geoffrey 
Syme
(
Garnett
) 1873 - 1942 ...
1.7.
Olive 
Syme
post 1873 - post 1915
1.8.
John Herbert (Herbert) 
Syme
+ post 1908
1.9.
Oswald Julian 
Syme
+ post 1979 ...
2.
Thomas 
Johnson
1840 - post 1841
3.
John T. 
Johnson
1842 - post 1851
4.
Francis 
Johnson
(
Syme
) 1845 - post 1851
Sources

Census

Timeline


1809Born Denton, Yorkshire
ante 1837Married
Sarah 
Farnell
(
Johnson
) 1814 - post 1851
1841Head of household in 1841 census (census) Wath upon Dearne, Yorks., england
31st Mar 1851Head of household in 1851 census (census) Wath upon Dearne, Yorks., england
1894Died Kew, Victoria, Australia
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