|Birth: ||Feb. 17, 1832|
Daniel (Bryan County)
|Death: ||Aug. 30, 1922|
CIVIL WAR SOLDIER -
PVT, (Old)Co "I", 13th GEORGIA INFANTRY
Enl:-08/15/1861 Traders Hill GA; 08/28/1862 wounded-2nd Battle of Manassas; 09/22/1862-in Institute Hosp, Richmond VA, GSW; 09/22/1862-Gen Hosp #4, Richmond; 10/02/1862-furloughed-Teboville GA; Jan 1863-Ogelthorpe Barracks, Savannah GA; 06/11/1863-CSA Hosp, Farmville VA-debility GS wound; 08/18/1863 Gen Hosp, Farmville VA; 09/01/1863, Gen Hosp, Farmville VA-GS R. thigh, partial paralysis-2nd Manassas; 09/02/1863 recommended for Provost Guard duty; 09/30/1863 detailed by Gen. Lee for guard duty; 09/09/1863 paralysis of R leg due to injury of upper thigh damaging sciatic nerve; 12/19/1863-Cert of Disability for Discharge issued; 01/16/1864-medically discharged; CSA description- 5'6 ½", fair complexion; hazel eyes, dark hair; **info from www.fold3.com**
INFO FROM HISTORY OF CHARLTON COUNTY, by Alex McQueen
Erick Johnson served in the Florida Indian War & the Civil War, being badly wounded in the 2nd Battle of Manassas Aug 28 1862. He was at home recuperating from his many wounds when the Civil War closed, & was disabled for several months after its close. Hon. Erick Johnson served several terms as County Treasurer of Charlton Co, and was an officer and one of the leading members of the Sardis Primitive Baptist Church.
He married Miss Maryann Roddenberry, daughter of Henry Roddenberry, Sr., the first State Senator from Charlton Co. and a leading pioneer citizen, & to this union was born only one child, a son, the Hon. J. H. Johnson, Judge of the County Court of Charlton Co.
**Ancestor of UDC mbr Donna Meinscher Estes**
Created by: Donna Meinscher Estes
Record added: Feb 23, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 85571025