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John JOHNSON

John JOHNSON

Male 1742 - Bef 1776?

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  • Name John JOHNSON 
    Born 28 Sep 1742  [1
    • Tuttle-Tuthill lines in America
      Alphabetical-chronological list of Tuttles & Tuthills by first names & birth dates
      Compiled by Alva M Tuttle
      Published in 1968 by the compiler
      p 178
      Esther Tuttle 7 November 1723 ??da Ebenr c 1696-9; d 9 Oct 1831, res Barrington, New Hampshire and Fryburg, Maine; m 3 Mch 1742 Thos Johnson 19 August 1717 of Barrington (23)
      1. John 28 September 1742
      2. Saml 1744
      3. Esther 9 August 1747 m Elijah Tuttle 1747 qv
      4. Thos 15 Jan 1750
      5. Jas 26 Mch 1752 d 15 Sep 1796
      6. Charity 21 Mch 1754 d 28 Nov 1841 m Hall
      7. Molly d ae 20 yr
      8. Andrew 17 Dec 1758
      9. Lydia 23 June 1762
      10. David 17 May 1765

      (23)
      A Manuscript Record of a Line of Descendants of John Tuttle of Dover, NH by Guy S Rix deposited in New Hampshire Historical Society Library, Concord, NH.
    • https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/110186?availability=Family%20History%20Library
      Tuttle-Johnson genealogy
      Statement of Responsibility:
      compiled by Guy S. Rix
      Authors: Rix, Guy S. (Guy Scoby), 1828-1917
      Tuttle-Johnson genealogy
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      15586 Item 4

      Tuttle - Johnson Genealogy
      compiled by Guy S Rix
      Concord, NH
      1913

      p 5
      Esther Tuttle (5) John [m Elizabeth Nute] (4) John [m Judith Otis] (3) John [m Mary] (2) John [m Dorothy] (1), was born in Dover 7 November 1723. She married 3 March 1743 [sic] Thomas Johnson born 19 August 1717 and settled in Barrington, NH, where they lived until late in life, when they removed to Fryeburg, Maine. The date of his death is unknown, but his wife lived to be over 108 years of age, dying 9 October 1831.
      [John Tuttle m Elizabeth Nute are said to have been married in 1728, making it unlikely they were the parents of Esther.]
      Children
      1. John Johnson b 28 September 1742
      2. Samuel Johnson b in 1744 (19)
      3. Esther Johnson b 9 August 1747 m Elijah Tuttle
      4. Thomas Johnson b 15 January 1750 (20)
      5. Charity Johnson b 21 March 1754 m a Hall and died 28 November 1841
      6. Molly b 30 March 1756 died 13 June 1776
      7. Abdrew [sic] b 17 December 1758
      8. Lydia b 23 June 1762
      9. David b 17 May 1765 (21)
    Gender Male 
    Military 1759 
    • New Hampshire State Papers
      http://sos.nh.gov/Papers.aspx
      Volume 11 Page 150
      Town Papers. Documents relating to Towns in New Hampshire Volume 11
      Compiled and edited by Isaac W Hammond
      1882 Concord, New Hampshire
      Barrington
      p 150
      [R 47 1/2]
      List of Capt William Cate's men, relative to Quakers 1759 and 1760
      Men that Inlisted...John Johnson
      N.B. of the 80 men in Barrington fit to bear arms 14 are Quakers whose proportion would be between 2 & 3 of the 14 I was ordered to raise.
      Wm Cate
      Barrington Apr 17th 1759
      ---
      Barrington February the 4th 1761
      This is a List of the sons [sons of Quakers] who Listed in his Majesties Servis out of my Company of the people called Quakers sence the Commencement of the present was in the Canady Expedition
      ...
      David Johnson in the year 1758
      John Johnson in the year 1760
      These may sertify that the People under the Denomination of Quakers in my Company has always ben as Redy to obey orders as the Rest of my Company
      Wm Cate
    Military 1760 
    • Town Papers. Documents relating to Towns in New Hampshire Volume 11
      Compiled and edited by Isaac W Hammond
      1882 Concord, New Hampshire
      Barrington
      p 148
      [R 45]
      Province of New Hampshire
      To His Excellency Benning Wentworth Esqr Captain General Governor and Commander in Chief in and over his Majesty's Province aforesaid-The honble His Council and House of Representatives in General Assembly Convened May 26, 1761
      The Humble Petition of Thomas Johnson of Barrington in said Province husbandman for himself and on the behalf of his son John Johnson about eighteen & half old. That the Said John was a Soldier belonging to the Company Commanded by Capt Berry in the Regiment Raised in this Province in the year 1760 for the Total Reduction of Canada-and marched and did his duty in said Company and Sometime in the Latter end of June he being in Camp above the Block house at Wentworth Ferry about five miles as they were Clearing a Road over from thence to Crown Point the said John was putting his Ram-Rod in the proper place of his Gun By accident and Great misfortune his said Gun then fired, she being Loaded with a Ball and Small Shot, the whole of which Load went through the left hand of said John and Greatly hurt & Damaged the same put the said John to Great pain and notwithstanding as good Care was taken of him as the Circumstance of the place would allow by Doctr Cahoon of the Regulars, yet so it is that said hand is Ruined & Spoiled and he can do very Little if any service therewith as one of his fingers is quite gone and two others are Intirely useless, and as there is Two years and half he still hath to Serve his said Father who is a poor man & he having had much dependence on the said sons assistance he is entirely disappointed thereof and if the said John should live to be free he can do very Little if any thing towards his own Subsistance--
      Wherefore the said Thomas aforesaid Humbly prays as the same misfortune happened in the immediate Service of this Province that your Excellency & honrs will take the said Case into your Consideration and Examine the Same and make the said Thos Such allowance for the Loss of the help of his said Son as to you shall seem Equitable and make Such Grant to the Said John in whole or annually as you shall think best, or Grant them such other said and assistance Relating to the aforesaid premises at his arrival at full age as you in your Great Goodness and Justie shall deem right, and as in Duty bound your petitioner will ever pray
      Thomas Johnson
      [In answer to the foregoing petition, he was allowed eight pounds sterling, which was to be placed in the hands of Thomas Westbrook Waldron, who was to pay the father a yearly interest of ten per cent on the same during the son's minority, and turn over the principal to the son when he became of age. Ed.] [Thomas Westbrook Waldron was the grandfather of Thomas Westbrook Waldron who settled in St David around 1810.
    • New Hampshire State Papers
      Volume 11 Page 150
      Barrington february the 4th 1761
      This is a List of the sons [sons of Quakers] who Listed in his Majesties Servis out of my Company of the people called quakers sence the Commencement of the present war In the Canady Expeditions
      ...
      David Johnson the the year 1758
      John Johnson in the year 1760
      ...
      these may sertify that the People under the Denomination of quakers in my Compan has always ben as Redy to obey orders as the Rest of my Company
      Wm Cate
    Military From 14 Mar 1760 to 21 Nov 1760 
    Invasion of Canada 
    • https://books.google.com/books?id=rStOAAAAYAAJ&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q&f=false
      Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of New Hampshire, Volume 2
      Year Ending 1 June 1866
      Volume 2
      George E Jenks State Printer. Concord. 1866
      p 233
      In 1760 a regiment of eight hundred men was raised in the Province, for the expedition for the invasion of Canada.
      p 248
      Captain Berry's Company
      Ephraim Berry. Captain
      ...
      John Johnson
      Time of entry: 14 March 1760
      Time of discharge: 21 November 1760
      Travel: 8
      Left sick 28 October
    Living 26 May 1761  Barrington, Strafford, NH Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • See father's petition
    • Probably not him:

      John JOHNSON New Hampshire Gazette: Newspaper Abstracts, 1756-1769 Journals and Periodicals
      RECORD : 1761
      LOCATION : Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
      TEXT : John Johnson, of the New Hampshire Regiment, Captain [ ] Gerrish's Company, was sick and left at Crown Point on 16 November 1761, and will return later when recovered. New Hampshire Gazette (Portsmouth, New Hampshire), 4 December 1761, p. 2, col. 1.
      Citation
      New Hampshire Gazette: Newspaper Abstracts, 1756-1769. Online database. AmericanAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2016. (From records compiled by Sean Furniss.)
      https://www.americanancestors.org/DB1654/t/998921952
    Died Bef 1776? 
    Person ID I46581  4 February 2018
    Last Modified 10 Jan 2018 

    Father Thomas JOHNSON,   b. 19 Aug 1717, Barrington, Strafford, NH Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1776? 
    Mother Esther TUTTLE,   b. 7 Nov 1723, Dover, Strafford, NH Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Fryeburg, York [Oxford], ME? Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 3 Mar 1742  [Dover, Strafford, NH] Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    • https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/110186?availability=Family%20History%20Library
      Tuttle-Johnson genealogy
      Statement of Responsibility:
      compiled by Guy S. Rix
      Authors: Rix, Guy S. (Guy Scoby), 1828-1917
      Tuttle-Johnson genealogy
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      15586 Item 4

      Tuttle - Johnson Genealogy
      compiled by Guy S Rix
      Concord, NH
      1913

      p 5
      Esther Tuttle (5) John [m Elizabeth Nute] (4) John [m Judith Otis] (3) John [m Mary] (2) John [m Dorothy] (1), was born in Dover 7 November 1723. She married 3 March 1743 [sic] Thomas Johnson born 19 August 1717 and settled in Barrington, NH, where they lived until late in life, when they removed to Fryeburg, Maine. The date of his death is unknown, but his wife lived to be over 108 years of age, dying 9 October 1831.
      [John Tuttle m Elizabeth Nute are said to have been married in 1728, making it unlikely they were the parents of Esther.]
      Children
      1. John Johnson b 28 September 1742
      2. Samuel Johnson b in 1744 (19)
      3. Esther Johnson b 9 August 1747 m Elijah Tuttle
      4. Thomas Johnson b 15 January 1750 (20)
      5. Charity Johnson b 21 March 1754 m a Hall and died 28 November 1841
      6. Molly b 30 March 1756 died 13 June 1776
      7. Abdrew [sic] b 17 December 1758
      8. Lydia b 23 June 1762
      9. David b 17 May 1765 (21)
    Family ID F12651  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Oxford County Probate Index: Nil
      Census 1790: Not with Esther, Thomas, James, David. Andrew Johnson has two males over 16 in the household.
      Strafford County Probate: Nil
      Association Test 1776 Barrington: Nil
      Revolutionary War Land Bounty Pensions: Nil
      Maine Soldiers and Sailors mentions a John Johnson r Fryeburg. MA Soldiers and Sailors says only roll dated Fryeburg.
      New Hampshire Deeds and Probate Index (at Ancestry): Nil
      Fryeburg 1783: Nil Johnson
      Fryeburg 1784: Nil Johnson
      Readex: Nil

      There is a John Johnson in Sanbornton, Strafford, NH in the censuses. John Johnson 1740-1825 m Abigail Morrison s Benjamin Johnson m Bethia Marston

      John Johnson r 1776 Salem, Rockingham 1720-1799
      John Johnson r 1776 Atkinson s Samuel Johnson m Susanna Davis
      John Johnson r 1776 Sanbornton s Benjamin Johnson m Bethia Marston
      John Johnson r 1776 Hampton s Joseph Johnson m Elizabeth Shepard

      Is he John Johnson 56886 who I have as s Joseph r Allenstown?
      Is he the John Johnson who m Deborah and had Tryphena in 1769?
    • There is a pension file for this John Johnson s Benjamin Johnson m Rachel Garland who r Northwood m Lee September 1782 Sally Cate r Northwood at enlistment

      Rolls of the soldiers in the revolutionary war, May, 1777 to 1780: with an appendix, embracing names of New Hampshire men in Massachusetts regiments. Volume II - of war rolls. Volume XV - of series
      Hammond, Isaac Weare, 1831-1890 (editor)
      Concord, N.H.: Parsons B. Cogswell, state printer (publisher), 1886
      p 249
      Muster Roll of Capn Enoch Pages, Company mustered by Capt. Samuel Gilman Muster Master for said Company Sept 20th 1777. pd Receipt
      John Johnson 4 10 -
      p 251
      We the Subscribers being Inlisted Soldiers in Capn Enoch Page's Company, Acknowledge that we have Receiv'd of John Taylor Gilman Twentv five shillings Lawfull Money Each, for our Travel or Billeting
      money to Rhode Island
      Witness our Hands this 25th day of September 1777.
      John Johnson
      p 255
      Capt Enoch Page's Company
      John Johnson
      Entry 4 September 1777; Discharge 7 January 1778 [Wages]
      p 544
      Pay Roll of Captain John Folsoms Company in Col Moses Kelley's Regiment march'd from the State of New Hampshire and join'd the Continental Army On Rhode Island Aug 1778. Two days are added to the time of service for travel home after the discharge.
      John Johnson Serjt Entry 5 August 1778 Discharge 28 August 1778 [Wages]
    • https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/1471369?availability=Family%20History%20Library
      French and Indian War muster roll index cards, 1603-1779
      Authors: Massachusetts. State Archives
      French and Indian War roll musters, index cards, Hurd, Nathaniel - Jones, Jeremy (continued), 1710-1774
      Granite Mountain Record Vault
      United States & Canada Film
      2429201
      8401464
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/008401464?cat=1471369
      [2721/3545]
      John Johnson index begins
      none in William Cate's

  • Sources 
    1. [S29] Tuttle-Tuthill lines in America, Compiled by Alva M Tuttle, (Published in 1968 by the compiler).