|Birth: ||Oct. 18, 1789|
|Death: ||Jan. 1, 1875|
CENSUS: 1840 census:
male 50-59 John Johnson
male 10-14 George W.
female 50-59 Catharine Fry (Frey)
female 15-19 Mary Catharine
female 10-14 Virginia (who married Julius Harper - their tombstones also at Bethel)
He surmised that Mary Catharine abt 20 years old was working as a domestic for some other family. There was only one John Johnson in the 1840 census for Loudoun and no Johnstons, so that is a help. 1830 census has John Johnson livin near Richard Barnhouse and Mr. Munday.
CENSUS: 1850 Loudon Co, VA 421-421 p. 358-9
John Johnson 64 VA mechanic
Catherine 62 VA
Mary 25 VA
John Nicholas 74 VA
CENSUS: On the 1850 census, page 340A
house 419, family 419
Barnhouse Joseph 65 M Mechanic Maryland
Barnhouse Jane 55 F . . Maryland
Barnhouse Sidney 19 M [none listed] Maryland
Barnhouse Jonas 14 M . . Maryland
house 421, family 421
Johnson Jno 64 M Mechanic Virginia
Johnson Catharine 62 F . . Virginia
Johnson May 25 F . . Virginia
CENSUS: 1860 Loudoun Co Census Index:
JOHNSTON, Jno. (70y cooper),
Jno. M. (17y laborer)
pg. 418:098 Goresville
CENSUS: 1870 Loudoun Co Census Index: Northern Division, Loudoun, Virginia Race: White Gender: Male Post Office: Near Goresville Roll: M593_1659 Page: 67 Image: 136 Year: 1870
JOHNSON, John (80y cooper),
Catharine (80y) 067:066
MARRIAGE: Johnston, John & Catherine Frey. m. 28 Oct. 1814. Minister: John Littlejohn (Methodist). Loudoun Co, VA
Per his bounty land warrant of 1812 War he said he married at the house of Lewis Ansil in said county in Oct. 1814.
DEATH: living in 1870 when he signed his daughter's marriage bond. Exact date came from DAR and SAR applications.
Johnson, John. Publication 13 October 1812. Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311. Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Surveys, 1-6, A-E, reels 312-320. Note Location: Loudoun County. Description: 30 acres 2r. 22 poles on one of the head branches of Goose Creek issuing out of the Blue Ridge through Key's Gap, adjoining the representatives of Wm. L. Lee. Source: Northern Neck Grants A, No. 2, 1805-1812, p. 481-482 (Reel 306). Recorded survey available. Northern Neck Surveys No. A, 1810-1818, p. 122 (Reel 318). Original survey exists. Part of the index to recorded copies of land grants issued by the agents of the Fairfax Proprietary between 1690 and 1781 and by the Commonwealth between 1786 and 1874. Original and recorded surveys are also indexed when available. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia.
SOLDIER: Served as soldier in War of 1812. John Johnson obtained bounty land and pension. Widow also obtained pension after his death on Jan. 1, 1875. He served as a Private and then Sergeant in Capt. Thomas Wilkinson's Co, VA Militia having signed up on April 6, 1813 and served until Oct 16, 1813 having served a full 6 months per his statements. Surviving pay receipts show service from April 29 1813 to May 30 1813 as private and as 4th Sergeant from May 31 1813 to Oct 14, 1813. He applied for and was granted a Bounty Land Warrant.
Catherine Fry Johnson (1789 - 1879)*
Sarah Margaret Johnson Barnhouse (1820 - 1895)*
Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery
Created by: Christos Christou, Jr.
Record added: Sep 21, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 117419122