Family: Johnson, Joel Hills / Johnson, Anna Pixley (F27172)

m. 2 May 1826


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Johnson, Ezekial
Male (1773-1848)
Hills, Julia Ellis
Female (1783-1853)
 
 
Johnson, Joel Hills
Male (1802-1882)
Johnson, Joel H.
Male (1802-1882)
Johnson, Nancy Maria
Female (1803-1836)
Johnson, Delcena D.
Female (1806-1854)
Johnson, Julia Ann
Female (1808-1858)
Johnson, Julia Ann
Female (1808-1858)
Johnson, Mary Ellen
Female (1820-1845)
Johnson, David
Male (1810-1833)
Johnson, Susan Ellen
Female (1814-1836)
Johnson, Joseph EllisJohnson, Joseph Ellis
Male (1817-1882)
Johnson, Almera W.
Female (1812-1896)
Johnson, Mary Ellen
Female (1820-1845)
Johnson, Elmer Wood
Male (1821-1822)
Johnson, Timothy
Male (1768-1845)
Pixley, Anna
Female (1771- )
 
 
Johnson, Anna Pixley
Female (1800-1840)
Johnson, Joel Hills
Male (1802-1882)
Johnson, Julia Ann
Female (1827-1829)
Johnson, Sixtus Ellis
Male (1829-1916)
Johnson, Sariah Anna
Female (1832-1925)
Johnson, Nephi
Male (1833-1919)
Johnson, Susan Ellen
Female (1836-1918)

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