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Johnson/Wright/Woolery/Brotherton Families

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Johnson/Wright/Woolery/Brotherton Families

Posted: 908539200000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1089855264000
Surnames: John Milton Johnson, Eliza Woolery, Jesse Wright, Abigale Wright, Lewis Wright, Eli Johnson, Charles Albert Johnson, Lawrence Johnson, Susan Johnson, Allen Johnson, Elizabeth Johnson, John Thomas Brotherton
Searching for information on Eliza Woolery (b. abt 1823 in Clinton
County, Ohio) who married Jesse Wright (b. abt 1819 in Clinton County, Ohio, d.
1846 in Jackson Twp., Wells County, Indiana) 15 Sep 1842 in Clinton County, Ohio.
Their children were Lewis Wright (b. 1843) & Abigale Wright (b. May 30, 1845 in
Clinton County, Ohio) who married John Thomas Brotherton, 3 March 1864 in Wells County.
After her first husband's death Eliza married John Milton Johnson
,6 June 1847, in Wells County. Their children were Elizabeth Johnson (b. 1848),
Allen Johnson (b. 1855), Susan Johnson (b. 1855), and Eli
Johnson (b. 1859, d. 1928). According to the Biographical &
Historical Record of Jay & Blackford Counties, Indiana, 1887, Eliza Johnson lived
in Blackford County with a son of her second husband (either Eli Johnson or
Allen Johnson). Eliza's daughter from her first husband, Abigail Wright, married
John Thomas Brotherton lived in the Roll, Washington Twp., area of
Blackford County. Children of Eli Johnson who lived & died in Blackford County were
Lawrence Johnson (b. 27 Sep 1886, d. 17 Apr 1948) and Charles Albert Johnson
(b. 27 Aug 1884, Blackford County, d. 25 May 1853, Blackford County, Indiana).
Desire to exchange information. Specifically looking for death date in
Blackford County, Indiana for Eliza Johnson.

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TerryMcAfee10... 908539200000 
Vicki Jones 914846400000 
Vicki Jones 916660800000 
John Krall 983534400000 
Dickd8 999053767000 
gelok 1368162227000 
Jim Crouch 1030377090000 
Suzi 916315200000 
Charlene Woolery Miller 918216000000 
Paula DeBolt 921240000000 
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