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From: "Beverly Shuler" <>
Subject: Re: [JOHNSTON] NC and SC 1780-1820
Date: Fri, 20 Aug 2004 17:54:42 -0400
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And Dorothy,
My Johnstons are tied in with the Lancaster family also. You would have to
have a James or a John to be in ours, though.
Beverly
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From: "Callaway" <>
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Sent: Friday, August 20, 2004 8:47 AM
Subject: RE: [JOHNSTON] NC and SC 1780-1820


> Sorry, but they aren't the same David.
>
> My David went from SC to near Macon, GA then to Russell County Alabama
> then Rankin Co. MS. He was a traveling Methodist preacher and farmer.
> He had three wives, first Catha Ann Sanders, then Sarah Lancaster, then
> Martha Mathis/Matthews. His oldest son Joseph B. Johnson ended up in
> DeSoto Parish, LA.
>
> Sorry I couldn't be of more help. I know how frustrating these
> Johnsons/Johnstons are. And the same names show up everywhere!
>
> Dorothy
>
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> Subject: Re: [JOHNSTON] NC and SC 1780-1820
>
> Hi Dorothy:
>
> Where did your David settle? I am researching a David Johnston b. about
>
> 1800. He lived in Georgia and then finally settled in Plaquemines
> Parish, LA.
> David was a riverboat pilot and belongd to the Benevolent Pilots
> Association.
> David married Hanna Frederika Hoffmann on 5 February 1840 (could be a
> second or
> so marriage because of his age in 1840). They had one son Alexander H.
> Johnston born in 1841. David died in 1852 and the family moved to New
> Orleans
> between 1852 and 1863; when Alexander signed up for the Civil War.
>
> Thanks for a reply,
> Tami Johnston-Parise
> New Orleans, LA
>
>
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