Katherine Johnson

(1 October 1755 - after 1792)
     Katherine Johnson was christened on 1 October 1755 in All Saints, Wakefield, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Alan Johnson and Catherine Popplewell.
     Katherine died after 1792. She was described as a spinster in 1792.

Katherine Lucy Johnson

(16 December 1781 - )
     Katherine Lucy Johnson was born on 16 December 1781 in Ashton-on-Mersey, Cheshire. She was the daughter of Rev Richard Popplewell Johnson and Penelope Margaret Stafford (Johnson). Katherine Lucy Johnson was christened on 18 January 1782 in Ashton-on-Mersey.

Lawrence MacKenzie Johnson

(1 February 1904 - 24 April 1958)
     Lawrence MacKenzie Johnson was commonly known as Laurie. He was born on 1 February 1904 in Victoria. He may have been adopted. He was the son of Benjamin Percival Johnson and Emily Kate MacKenzie.
     Lawrence MacKenzie Johnson married Ann W Clemens. Lawrence was a pilot. He set up one of the first air services between Melbourne and Launceston and went on to become Melbourne Manager of Australian National Airlines (ANA), before it was absorbed by Ansett.
     Lawrence died on 24 April 1958 in Toora, Victoria, aged 54.

Martha Johnson

(between 1786 and 1788 - before 24 May 1858)
     Martha Johnson was born between 1786 and 1788 in Darson, Suffolk. She was the niece of her husband's mother (therefore cousin).
     Martha Johnson and Martha Cocksedge and John Cocksedge were beneficiaries in John Cocksedge's will dated 3 February 1820.
     Martha Johnson married John Cocksedge, son of John Cocksedge and Mary Whitehead, on 2 April 1835 in Bardwell, Suffolk.
     Martha Johnson and John Cocksedge obtained a marriage licence on 5 April 1835 in Suffolk.
     Martha Johnson and John Cocksedge were recorded on the 1851 census in Bardwell, Suffolk.
     Martha died before 24 May 1858 in Bardwell, Suffolk. She was buried on 24 May 1858 in St Peter & St Paul, Bardwell.

Mary Johnson

(circa 1670? - before 22 August 1727)
     Mary Johnson was born circa 1670? In Suffolk.
     Mary Johnson married Thomas Leach, son of Thomas Leach and Martha Plaice, on 11 April 1689 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
     Mary died before 22 August 1727 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. She was buried on 22 August 1727 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds.

Children of Mary Johnson and Thomas Leach

Mary Johnson

(circa 1873 - )
     Mary Johnson was born circa 1873 in Chelmlsford, Essex.
     The marriage of Mary Johnson and Arthur Mackglew, son of Alfred Mackglew and Eliza Charlotte Carter, was registered in Shoreditch RD, Middlesex, in the June 1894 quarter.
     Mary Johnson and Arthur Mackglew appeared on the 1901 census in 29 Canterbury Rd, Islington, Middlesex. Arthur McClew, head, 30, Boot warehousman, born Shoreditch, Mary his wife 27 born Chelmsford Essex * Ellen Johnson, sister in law, 14, stationers' assistant, born Chelmsford.

Mary Johnson

     Mary Johnson married Richard Handcock on 21 December 1681 in Laycock, Wiltshire.

Child of Mary Johnson and Richard Handcock

Rev Richard Popplewell Johnson

(19 June 1749 - 17 April 1835)
     Rev Richard Popplewell Johnson was born on 19 June 1749 in Wakefield, Yorkshire. He was the son of Alan Johnson and Catherine Popplewell. Rev Richard Popplewell Johnson was christened on 18 July 1749 in All Saints, Wakefield.
     Richard matriculated at Cambridge University, in 1768. Richard was Rector at Ashton upon Mersey, Cheshire, England, between 1774 and 1835.
     Rev Richard Popplewell Johnson married Penelope Margaret Stafford (Johnson) on 20 August 1778 in Linton, Kent.
     Rev Richard Popplewell Johnson and Robert Popplewell Steer-Johnson were mentioned in a deed dated 5 May 1832 in 'Temple Belwood', Belton, Lincolnshire. Release by Rev. Richard Popplewell Johnson of Ashton upon Mersey, Cheshire, to R P Johnson formerly R P Steer of life interest in Temple Belwood for £7500..
     Richard died on 17 April 1835 aged 85. There is a memorial inscription in the church at Ashton-on-Mersey.

Child of Rev Richard Popplewell Johnson and Penelope Margaret Stafford (Johnson)

Robert Johnson

(18 August 1754 - 12 January 1755)
     Robert Johnson was born on 18 August 1754 in Yorkshire. He was the son of Alan Johnson and Catherine Popplewell. Robert Johnson was christened on 7 September 1754 in All Saints, Wakefield.
     Robert died on 12 January 1755.

Robert Johnson Jr

     Robert Johnson Jr married secondly Emma Pettard on 16 October 1847 in St Mary, Lambeth. He was a lighterman of 10? Union St, she was the daughter of Daniel Mackglew, deceased; they were both widowed.

Sarah Johnson

(circa 1793 - before 9 July 1872)
     Sarah Johnson was born circa 1793 in Ifield, Sussex.
     Sarah Johnson and James Dempster obtained a marriage licence on 21 June 1815 in London.
     Sarah Johnson married James Dempster as his second wife, on 28 June 1815 in Ifield, Surrey. He was described as a widower of Mitcham.
     Sarah Johnson and James Dempster appeared on the 1841 census in Dorset Arms, High St, East Grinstead, Sussex. James Dempster 50, Inn Keeper, Sarah Dempster 45, Harry 25, Sarah 20, Mary 15, Augustus 6, none born in the county. See [EMAIL:]http://theweald.org/P2.asp?PId=EG.DrstAH [:EMAIL]for a picture of the hotel c. 1921. Sarah Johnson was mentioned in a codicil to the will of Ann Milham on 27 October 1850.
     Sarah Johnson and James Dempster were recorded on the 1851 census in Crawley St, Ifield, Surrey. James Dempster, 62, fundholder, born Mitcham, Surrey, with his wife Sarah aged 58? born Ifield and children Ann aged 26, and Joseph aged 23, solicitor, both unmarried and born Mitcham, Surrey.
     In James Dempster's will dated 26 June 1857 in Crawley, Ifield, Sussex, Sarah Johnson was named as heir; Will of James Dempster of Crawley (parish of Ifield) Sussex gentleman... I give my set of plated dishes and stand unto my son Henry Dempster and I give all the rest of my estate unto my dear wife Sarah Dempster... dated 26 June 1857. Witnessed by Joseph Dempster Solicitor of Brighton & Anne Dempster.
     In 1858 she inherited Ann Dempster's wearing apparel. She is possibly the Mrs Dempster listed in the Mitcham rate books paying £2/5/0 for a house and garden in 1823, and 13/6 for a house in 1824.. She was an executor of James Dempster's estate on 18 December 1858 in Probate Registry, Chichester, Sussex.
     Sarah Johnson and Ann Dempster appeared on the 1861 census in Crawley St, Ifield, Sussex. Sarah was a widowed fund-holder, born at Ifield with her unmarried daughter Ann aged 36.
     Sarah Johnson and Ann Dempster appeared on the 1871 census in Ifield, Sussex. Sarah Dempster head, widow, aged 78, born Ifield, with her daughter Ann Dempster unmarried aged 46?, born Ifield and a servant.
     Sarah died before 9 July 1872 in Crawley St, Ifield, Horsham RD, Sussex. She was buried on 9 July 1872 in St Margaret, Ifield.

Children of Sarah Johnson and James Dempster

Susanna Johnson

(say 1660? - before 3 February 1746/47)
     Susanna Johnson was born say 1660? In Suffolk, England.
     Susanna Johnson married John Dykes on 3 October 1680 in Hitcham, Suffolk. The IGI gives Wattisham..
     Susanna died before 3 February 1746/47 in Hitcham, Suffolk. She was buried on 3 February 1746/47 in Hitcham, Suffolk.

Child of Susanna Johnson and John Dykes

Susanna Johnson

(circa 1765 - 1817)
     Susanna Johnson was born circa 1765 in Yorkshire.
     A marriage settlement between Susanna Johnson and William Johnson was made in November 1785.
     Susanna Johnson married William Johnson, son of Alan Johnson and Catherine Popplewell, after November 1785. He married his cousin Susanna, one of the two daughters of Rev. Wm. Johnson of Prescott, Lancs. Vicar of Whalley, elder brother of Alan Johnson.
     Susanna died in 1817.

Child of Susanna Johnson and William Johnson

Thomas Johnson

(circa 1630? - )
     Thomas Johnson was born circa 1630?.
     Thomas Johnson married Elizabeth Popplewell, daughter of Francis Popplewell, in 1661 in Flixborough, Lincolnshire.

Children of Thomas Johnson and Elizabeth Popplewell

Thomas Johnson

(between 1668 and 1675 - )
     Thomas Johnson was born between 1668 and 1675. He was the son of Thomas Johnson and Elizabeth Popplewell.

Thomas Johnson

(circa 1730 - between 6 March 1796 and 1797)
     Thomas Johnson married Elizabeth Unknown (Johnson). Thomas Johnson was born circa 1730.
     Thomas died between 6 March 1796 and 1797 in Crowle, Lincolnshire. In memory of Thomas Johnson, who departed this life the sixth day of March 1796, aged 66 years..

Children of Thomas Johnson

Thomas Johnson

(circa 1762 - 8 July 1814)
     Thomas Johnson was born circa 1762. He was the son of Thomas Johnson.
     Thomas Johnson married Mary Unknown (Johnson).
     Thomas died on 8 July 1814 in Crowle, Lincolnshire. Also Thomas Johnson, son of above, who departed this life the 8th day of July 1814, aged 52 years..

Child of Thomas Johnson and Mary Unknown (Johnson)

Thomas Johnson

(circa 1796 - 27 September 1809)
     Thomas Johnson was born circa 1796. He was the son of Thomas Johnson and Mary Unknown (Johnson).
     Thomas died on 27 September 1809 in Crowle, Lincolnshire. Also Thomas, son to the late Thomas Johnson, above named, who departed this life the 27th day of September 1908 aged 13 years..

Thomas Battie Johnson

(before April 1780 - 6 April 1813)
     Thomas Battie Johnson was born before April 1780 in Crowle, Lincolnshire. He was the son of John Johnson.
     Thomas died on 6 April 1813 in Crowle, LIN. Also to the memory of Thomas Battie Johnson, Esquire, only son of the above named John Johnson, who died on the 6th day of April A.D. 1813 aged 33 years.

Thomasine Johnson

( - before 2 March 1624/25)
     Thomasine Johnson married Thomas Cocksedge, son of Richard Cocksedge and Barbara Miles, on 17 May 1624 in Rougham, Suffolk.
     Thomasine died before 2 March 1624/25 in Rougham, Suffolk. She was buried on 2 March 1624/25 in Rougham.

William Johnson

(22 May 1746 - before 8 May 1818)
     William Johnson was born on 22 May 1746 in Wakefield, Yorkshire. This was a Thursday. He was the son of Alan Johnson and Catherine Popplewell. William Johnson was christened on 25 June 1746 in All Saints, Wakefield. His godparents were his grandfather Alan Johnson & Wm Serjeantson of Wakefield, Mrs Sarah Smith of Wakefield, spinster (Katherine's aunt) was godmother.
     A marriage settlement between William Johnson and Susanna Johnson was made in November 1785.
     William Johnson married Susanna Johnson after November 1785. He married his cousin Susanna, one of the two daughters of Rev. Wm. Johnson of Prescott, Lancs. Vicar of Whalley, elder brother of Alan Johnson.
     He erected the last Temple Belwood. Each squire Johnson extended Temple Belwood & added the east & west wings which William Johnson joined by the North front in 1787. He also built the obelisk. William was a barrister.
     William Johnson made a will dated 30 April 1816 in Belton. In the name of God Amen the thirtieth day of April 1816, I William Johnson of Temple Belwood in the parish of Belton ... buried in the same vault as his beloved wife ... cathedral church of Worster ...buried at Belton ... to my only son William Popplewell Bellingham Johnson ... natural daughter Sarah ...
     William died before 8 May 1818.
     His will was proved on 8 May 1818 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Child of William Johnson and Susanna Johnson

William Johnson

(circa 1660 - )
     William Johnson was born circa 1660 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. He is called Thomas Johnson in Elizabeth's uncle George's 1681 will..
     William Johnson married Elizabeth Popplewell, daughter of George Popplewell and Prudence Unknown, on 1 December 1684 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. The marriage bond described them as William Johnson of Gainsborough, chandler and Elizabeth Popplewell of Gainsborough, spinster. The other bondsman was Thomas Johnson, mercer.
I don't think this is the daughter of George of Gainsborough as his will implies she is single in 1694.

William Johnson

     William Johnson was the son of Thomas Johnson and Elizabeth Popplewell.

William Johnson

(before June 1734 - 8 June 1813)
     William Johnson was born before June 1734. He was the son of Thomas Johnson.
     William Johnson married Sarah Unknown (Johnson).
     William died on 8 June 1813 in Crowle, Lincolnshire. In memory of William Johnson, who departed this life the 8th day of June 1813, aged 79..

William Austin Johnson

     William Austin Johnson married Mary Louise Worme, daughter of William Robert Worme and Sophia Harriet Ashby.

William Popplewell Bellingham Johnson

(18 April 1788 - 23 April 1831)
     William Popplewell Bellingham Johnson was born on 18 April 1788 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was the son of William Johnson and Susanna Johnson. William Popplewell Bellingham Johnson was christened on 10 June 1788 in Belton.
     21 Oct 1819: Admission of William P B Johnson esq., Robert Popplewell Steer and Revd Thomas Skipworth, following the surrender of William P B Johnson.
     W P B Johnson left debts so large that his trustees, Thomas Lightfoot and John Collinson, sought and obtained in Chancery powers to raise £70,000 to pay them. This sum proved insufficient and a further £9,000 was borrowed from another of the Lightfoot family. His devise of the estate for the benefit of R P Steer could not prevent the entry of his own uncle the Rev. Richard Popplewell Johnson, rector of Ashton upon Mersey from I787 to 1835, into a life interest in the estate under the terms of the Temple Belwood settlement made in 1809 (1/34/3/4/3). Although advanced in years his life interest had to be purchased by R P Steer, now Johnson, for £7,500 and the heir had also to honour the appointment of £10,000 from the estate as the portion of the Rev. R P Johnson's daughter, Mrs Katherine Ridley. In any case the deceased father and grandfather of the heir, Richard Ryther Popplewell Steer (d. 1795), and Robert Popplewell Steer (d. 1826), had heavily burdened their own estate of £1,400 p.a. The problems of a gentleman debtor are graphically illustrated in the letters relating to R P Steer's affairs, addressed to the Epworth firm of Capes and Son, solicitors, who were the receivers for his estate from 1820 to 1824, letters which they and
their successors were very careful to preserve. Steer lived in Doncaster, and besides running up large bills with the trades-men of the neighbourhood, was heavily indebted to his former solicitor, Gilbert Hill, of Bawtry, who had loaned him £2,400 in 1818, when his mortgage credit was becoming exhausted. By 1820 he could raise a sum of £4,800 only by granting an annuity on his own life, secured by life assurance, for which he paid an effective interest rate of 13%. By 1823, several large tradesmen's bills and
Hill's mortgage and bills for professional services in attempting to obtain loans for Steer, had been liquidated, but he could still raise no further sums by mortgage, and his attempt to take out a new policy of life insurance as the basis of a further loan was also frustrated. During his visit to London in June 1823, Capes' London agents report in almost daily letters their peregrinations from the office of one life insurance company to the next with a Mr. Steer who grew increasingly despondent as every proposal was refused or deferred. Waiting until the directors conferred he was inevitably refused a policy, most probably on the grounds that he had been subject to seizures of an epileptic nature. Steer returned to Doncaster, but by November tradesmen were becoming restive and the prospect of arrest and imprisonment was alarming. His return to London en route for Calais to escape his debtors, is marked by the more vehement tone of his monetary requests to George Capes. £30 would see him across the Channel: Capes sent £20 and Steer found himself confined in No 5 Colman Buildings awaiting transfer to the King Bench Prison (January 1824). His requests for money continue for in prison he had to pay for everything cash down, a novel and unpleasant experience. His debts were £3,000, the disposable income from the estate £600 p.a. but the attempt of Capes in March 1824 to make a composition with the creditors whereby Steer would have an annuity of £200, was strongly criticised by Steer and also by Thomas Lightfoot.
     William died on 23 April 1831 in Belton, Lincolnshire, aged 43. His heir was his nephew Robert Popplewell Steer who changed his name to Johnson.
     The Surrey History Centre holds papers relating to a mortgage of freehold and copyhold estates in Lincs and Lancs to secure £70,000 and interest by the trustees and tenant for life under the will of the late William Popplewell Bellingham Johnson of Temple Belwood, Lincs, to David Lyon of Grosvenor St, Middlesex, 3-4 Mar 1837... Property included manor of Temple Belwood, Lincs, moiety of rectory of Crowle, rectory of Michaelchurch, Lancs, property in Beltoft, Belton, Derrythorpe, High & Low Burnham, Epworth, Haxey, Owston, Crowle, Eastoft, Belgraves and Shipworth all in Lincs and tithes in Lancs....

Beatrice Johnston

(26 November 1818 - )
     Beatrice Johnston was christened on 26 November 1818 in Ordiquhill, Banffshire. Her parents, James Johnston & Isobel Munro, had seven other children christened at Ordiquhill: Mary in 1820, William 1822, James 1824, Isobel 1827, Alexander 1830, John 1833, Jane 1839. There was no child christened Elizabeth.
     Beatrice Johnston married James Tindal, son of Thomas Tindal and Catherine Ross.
     Beatrice Johnston and James Tindal appeared on the 1881 census in 'Wanford Cottage', Alvah, Banffshire. James Tindal, aged 61, born Cromarty with wife Elizabeth aged 62, born Ordiquhill, Banff and grand child Eliza A Tindal aged 10 born Udny, Aberdeenshire. He was a gardener and crofter. It is assumed Beatrix is called Elizabeth in error.
     Beatrice Johnston and James Johnston Tindal MA appeared on the 1901 census in Kinellar, Aberdeenshire. His mother Beatrix aged 82 was living with him plus Margaret Wilson, aged 48, servant.

Children of Beatrice Johnston and James Tindal

Elizabeth Johnston

     Elizabeth Johnston was born. She was the daughter of James Johnston, Esq.
     Elizabeth Johnston married Robert Orme, son of James Orme, in 1703.

Child of Elizabeth Johnston and Robert Orme

Elizabeth Johnston

     Elizabeth Johnston was the daughter of M Johnston.
     Elizabeth Johnston married Andrew Armstrong, son of Elder son Armstrong.

Children of Elizabeth Johnston and Andrew Armstrong

Helen Livngstone Johnston

(23 December 1891 - 1974)
     Helen Livngstone Johnston was born on 23 December 1891.
     Helen Livngstone Johnston married John MacKenzie, son of James MacKenzie and Anne Mackay, in 1910 in New Zealand. Graeme Parr worote: Helen's mother died b 1866 d 1893. when Helen was 3 years old, she was bought up by her aunts Jessie Mackay and Margaret Oliver.
     Helen died in 1974 in New Zealand.

Children of Helen Livngstone Johnston and John MacKenzie