David Johnson

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ChartsAncestors of Jennie Luene Logan
David Johnson, son of David Johnson, was born about 1761.1 He died before 1810.2

David married Mary McMahan, whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here), between 1780 and 1790.1


Mary McMahan b. abt. 1765, d. abt. 1815
  • Nancy Johnson1 b. bef. 1790
  • Rebecca Johnson1 b. bef. 1790
  • John Johnson1 b. abt. 1791
  • Jesse Johnson+3,4 b. abt. 1793, d. bef. 7 May 1836
  • David Johnson1 b. 1800
  • Mary Johnson1 b. 1802
This person was last edited on5 Feb 2020


  1. [S1677] Larry L. Sayrs, Re: JOHNSON-D Digest V98 #164 in "Johnson Family Line", listserve message to http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/JOHNSON/1998-06/0897755726, 13 Jun 1998. Accessed 29 May 2011. Hereinafter cited as Johnson Family.
  2. [S1675] Shirley Keller Mikesell, Early Settlers of Montgomery County, Ohio: Genealogical Abstracts from Common Pleas Court Records, Civil and Probate (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, 1992), 173, further cited as Mikesell, Early Settlers of Montgomery Co., Ohio.
  3. [S1675] Mikesell, Early Settlers of Montgomery Co., Ohio, 173. States David, age 16 and Polly age 14 were orphans of David Johnson. They chose John Johnson as Guardian, Jesse John as second. All four mentioned in History of Montgomery County as children of Mary Johnson, a widow from North Carolina with two other daughters in Miami Co.
  4. [S1676] W. H. Beers, publisher, The History of Montgomery County, Ohio: Containing a History of the County; Its Townships, Cities, Towns, Schools, Churches, Etc., General and Local Statistics; Portraits of Early Settlers and Prominent Men; History of the Northwest Territory; History of Ohio; Map of Montgomery County... Etc. (Chicago, Illinois: W. H. Beers, 1882), 105, further cited as W. H. Beers, The History of Montgomery County. States "Mary Johnson, a widow, with four children, John, Jesse, David and Mary, from North Carolina and located in the NE part part of the town. Some time prior to this, two daughters had settled in Miami County.