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Molly Brant Johnson
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Birth: 1736
Death: Apr. 16, 1796

American Indian Mohawk. She was born in Upper Mohawk castle of Canajoharie, New York. She was also one of the most powerful and infuential woman in the Mohawk Nation during the American Revolution. Her younger brother was the great mohawk chief of the Six Nations, Joseph Brant (Thayendanegea). She was married in indian tradition to Sir William Johnson, Superintendent of Indian Affairs. She is credited with not only maintaining British loyalty througout the Iroquois Confederacy but was responsible for the management of Johnson Hall. She died in Brantford, Ontario and was buried in the church burial ground of Saint Paul's Church in Kingston. (bio by: Gregory Speciale) 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  William Johnson (1715 - 1774)*
 
 Children:
  Jacob George Johnson (1758 - 1843)*
  Peter Warren Johnson (1759 - 1777)*
  Elizabeth Brant Johnson Kerr (1762 - 1794)*
  Magdalene Johnson Ferguson (1763 - 1818)*
  Margaret Johnson Farley (1765 - 1835)*
  Mary Johnson (1769 - 1813)*
  Susannah Johnson Lemoine (1771 - 1795)*
  Anne Johnson Earle (1773 - 1818)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Saint Paul's Anglican Churchyard
Kingston
Frontenac County
Ontario, Canada
 
Created by: Gregory Speciale
Record added: Mar 07, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 8480429
Molly <i>Brant</i> Johnson
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Molly <i>Brant</i> Johnson
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Molly <i>Brant</i> Johnson
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