|Martin W Johnson (#47781803)|
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i martin wm. johnson was born july 6, 1948 in black hills general hospital, rapid city so. dakota. son of melvin h. johnson & loretta d. (swanson) johnson. they were born & buried in glencoe, mcleod co. minn. mt. auburn glencoe city cemetery. their findagrave no's. are 104500005 & 104500617. we moved from le sueur, minn. in 1962 to belvidere, boone co. illinois. i graduated from belvidere high in 1967. i got a varsity letter in track by placing first & second place in four events the first track meet every year against rochelle high. broke 180 belvidere low hurdle record may 16, 1967 at beyer stadium in rockford. i graduated from rock valley college, rockford illinois in 1971. honorable discharge from u.s. reg. marines in 1968. immigrated to australia in 1971. honorable discharge from u.s. reg. army in 1975. illinois real estate brokers lic. 1976. martin johnson house painting business 1980 - present. interior painting only now. my dtr. is tara ann johnson born 1983 in rockford, illinois. her mother is julie ann bingenheimer (not julie (lee) bingenheimer). ive traced ancestors & indexed books, court house records & church records,cemeteries etc. since 1969. over 400 projects by myself. im tracing johnson, swanson = svendsen, knick, dobbratz, grabowitz, mielke, pollmann, prey, schuft, wentzloff, rogers = rathje, zarnke etc.. and my dtrs. bingenheimer, murrin, yerk = gehrke, behnke, hill, naatz, guse etc.. ancestors. i have a home library of thousands of books, microfilm, microfiche, maps etc.. i have lived at 514 w. menominee st. since 1968. my brother is wm. m. johnson in rockford, illinois & half sister is phylis anne johnson = mrs. victor rohloff in le sueur, minn. see other pictures on facebook.|
|Messages left for Martin W Johns... (43)||[Leave Message]|
|Gary Bonney||Timothy Pendergast correction|
Martin: I add his unit name and num
|Delila Duffy||Miner R. Parks|
Oregon!! Wow. Wasn't expecting that he would have gone so far away. Great find!
|Lilydale Memorials||Civil War Veterans|
Thank you for the additions and corrections to my Civil War memorials -- much appreciated.
|Memory Lane||Charles Ice|
Thank you Martin for the Civil War information on Charles.
|Dan Tripp||Seneca Tripp - Union Army|
Thank you for the military information regarding Seneca W. Tripp (memorial # 52607763). I have added the data to his memorial.
Your input is greatly appreciated.
|Carmen Gardiner||John Charles Parker|
Thank you for the military information on John! Are you a relative?
Carmen B Gardiner
Thanks !! I added your whole comment/research :)
Added by Jo on Sep 29, 2014 8:12 AM
|Gregory Aanenson||Civil War Veterans in Rock County, Minnesota|
Thank you for all information on the Civil War Veterans in Rock County Minnesota, I've added it to their memorials.
|Kevin B.||Gilbert Barnes # 135673421|
The 1860 census of Kingston, DeKalb Co., IL indicates that Lt. Barnes was born in Indiana. The 1868 History of DeKalb County, IL indicates that he died Oct. 24, 1861 at Jefferson City, Missouri. He was married Sep. 8, 1858 to Sarah Elizabeth Saum, a daughter of Nicholas Saum & Keziah Russell. The Grand Army (G.A.R.) Post 395 was organized at Kingston, IL in 1884 was named for Lt. Gilbert Barnes. There is more military information available if you are interested.
Added by Kevin B. on Sep 28, 2014 4:38 PM
His creds are entered.
Thank you for sending them.
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