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 Alfred A. “A.A.   Red    Judge” Johnson

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Alfred A. “A.A." "Red" "Judge” Johnson

  • Birth 1 Mar 1912 Texas, USA
  • Death 20 Dec 2000 Cameron, Milam County, Texas, USA
  • Burial Cameron, Milam County, Texas, USA
  • Plot Sec. O, Lot 38, Space 1
  • Memorial ID 40532199

Alfred A. Johnson was born in a small west Texas town and grew up there and later he moved to Houston and worked a draftsman. He met and married Gladys Brady. They moved to Cameron, Texas in 1979 where his wife Gladys had grown up and had relatives still living the area. Alfred was given a nickname of "Red" because of his red hair. He was a fine gentleman and he was a friend of mine. He also had a nickname of "A.A."

A.A. and I became friends and we went fishing and we had tin cups to drink from and was asked by a lady that was fishing near us if we were lawmen because she recognized the tin cups as the kind she use when she was in jail. I pick up on the conversation and introduced A.A. as Judge Johnson. The lady said that she thought she had been up before him in the past. From then on I call him "Judge" and we'd get a laugh from the incident on the bay boat. A.A. had a big heart and was very good man and husband.

Judge, I miss you and your great friendship.

Submitted by J. B. Haney, Houston Policeman, Retired.

A. A. lived to be 88 years, 9 months and 19 days old. I made a video of A.A. and Gladys and entitled it " the Life and Times of A.A. and Gladys Johnson.

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  • Created by: James Haney
  • Added: 10 Aug 2009
  • Find A Grave Memorial 40532199
  • Find A Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Alfred A. “A.A." "Red" "Judge” Johnson (1 Mar 1912–20 Dec 2000), Find A Grave Memorial no. 40532199, citing Oak Hill Cemetery, Cameron, Milam County, Texas, USA ; Maintained by James Haney (contributor 46828882) .