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Thomas JOHNSON

Thomas JOHNSON

Male 1750 - 1826  (76 years)

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  • Name Thomas JOHNSON 
    Born 27 Jan 1750  [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 
    Burial Johnson Cemetery, Strafford, Strafford, NH Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Thomas Johnson
      in the U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current
      Name: Thomas Johnson
      Birth Date: 27 Jan 1750
      Birth Place: Barrington, Strafford County, New Hampshire, USA
      Death Date: 11 Sep 1826
      Death Place: Strafford, Strafford County, New Hampshire, USA
      Cemetery: Johnson Cemetery
      Burial or Cremation Place: Strafford, Strafford County, New Hampshire, USA
      Has Bio?: N
      Spouse: Abigail Johnson
      Children: Abigail Foss
      Mehitable Johnson
      Elizabeth Johnson
      Thomas Johnson Jr
      Ancestry.com. U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2012.
      https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/139461809/thomas-johnson
    Pension
    • Thomas Johnson
      in the U.S., Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900
      Name: Thomas Johnson
      Application State: New Hampshire
      Applicant Designation: Rejected Pension Application File
      Second Applicant Name: Abigail Johnson
      Archive Publication Number: M804
      Archive Roll Number: 1429
      Total Pages in Packet: 28
      Ancestry.com. U.S., Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.

      [Page]
      I Mary Holmes of Strafford in the County of Strafford and State of New Hampshire depose and say that I am now 91 years old [1765] and have always resided in said Strafford since it became an incorporated town, & before that I lived in Barrinton in said State, of which said Strafford is a part, that I remember well Thomas Johnson now deceased who was a revolutionary soldier, and were well acquainted with both the said Thomas & his wife Abigail Berry, that the said Thomas and the said Abigail lived together from 1775 to the time of the death of said Thomas as husband and wife and were so reputed and had children before he engaged in said war. I further state that I recollect the circumstances of the said Thomas Johnson's service from the following facts, My father Joseph Hall, William Stanton and Thomas Johnson went away from said Barrington together for the purpose of joining the army. My father did not stay long but returned with Mr Stanton who died in about five days after his return, that I recollect the said Thomas Johnson was away from hom several times, for the for the reputed purpose of being a soldier in the war of the Revolution, and I hereby state that the said Thomas and Abigail lived together before and after his several services in said war, and had two children whose names were Elizabeth & James Johnson before the said service but they are now both deceased.
      Mary Holmes [Her mark]
      Witness T Geo? Pray
      Betty G? Sanders

      State of New Hampshire
      Strafford SS
      On this 12th day of July 1856 personally appeared Mary Homes a person of good reputation for truth and veracity and made solemn oath that the foregoing affidavit by her subscribed is true. ? ? ? ? ?
      Before me
      ? ? W Pray Jus Peace

      [Page]
      I Lemuel Otis of Farmington in the State of New Hampshire depose and say that I am now aged ninety one years and that I resided at Barrington in said State during the Revolutionary War (so called) and lived during said war with Thomas Johnson who served in said war in the year 1781 and was absent while I resided at said Johnsons for more than seven months and at the time the said Johnson's service in said war I lived with his wife Abigail Johnson and the said Thomas & Abigail had at the time of the said Thomas Johnson's last service two children whose names were Elizabeth Johnson born in 1775 and James Johnson born in 1777 and that the said Thomas Johnson and Abigail Johnson lived together as husband & wife before the said service of the said Thomas Johnson and were so reputed that I remember playing with the above named children of the said Thomas Johnson during his absence in the said War and they the said Abigail & Thomas were married prior to the said Thomas Johnson's service I further state that I know that the said Thomas Johnson to be the person who served in the Revolutionary War and who is now deceased and died at Strafford in said state September 11th 1826 and that I have no interest in the result of the claim of the Johnson family.
      Lemuel Otis [Signature]

      State of New Hampshire
      Strafford SS

      On this 23d day of June 1856 personally appeared Lemuel Otis a person of good reputation for truth and veracity and made solemn oath that the foregoing affidavit by him subscribed is true-The word Elizabeth erased twice and Abigail interlined twice, before signing ????
      Before me
      Charles C Hayes Justice of the Peace

      [Page]
      I William Foss of Strafford aged 73 yrs and William Foss junr aged 67 yrs of Strafford in the State of New Hampshire depose and say that we were acquainted with Thomas Johnson and Abigail Johnson his wife during their life time and have been acquainted with the family and their chidlren for more than fifty years, that the names of said Thomas Johnson & Abigail Johnson's Children were

      Elizabeth Johnson now deceased & has left no heirs
      James Johnson now deceased and has a widow and children living at this
      Thomas Johnson
      Mary Johnson
      Esther Johnson now deceased
      Mehitable Johnson
      Stephen Johnson of Chatham in said State
      Abigail Foss of said Strafford
      Lydia Jenness now deceased
      Judah Johnson now deceased
      Charity Johnson of Fryeburg in the State of Maine

      We further state that the above are the children and all the lawful children of the said Thomas & Abigail Johnson and are all of lawful age, that they most of the said family have resided in Barrington and said Strafford; that the said Thomas was reputed while living to have been a soldier the war of the revultion. We further state that we have no interest in the result of the claim of the Johnson family & that said Stephen, Mehitable, Thomas, Charity, Abigail, Mary are the only surviving chilren of the said Abigail and Thomas Johnson
      William Foss Jr
      William Foss
      State of New Hampshire
      Strafford SS
      On this 12th day of July 1856 personally appeared William Foss and William Foss Jr persons of good reputation for truth and veracity and made solemn oath that the foregoing affidavit by them subscribed is true. The words "now deceased, Esther & Lydia are erased above & "now deceased" interlined ? above.
      Before me
      S G W Pray Jus Peace

      [Page]
      I Stephen Johnson of Barrington in the County of Strafford & State of New Hampshire depose and say that I have dilligently searched and caused to be searched the records of the Town of Barrington in said State and have been unable to find a record of the marriage of Thomas Johnson and Abigail Berry referred to in the foregoing, that there is no private record of said marriage in existence nor no family Bible in which a record was kept That in regard to this marriage of the said Thomas Johnson and Abigail Berry we have furnished herewith all the evidence that can be found.
      Stephen Johnson [Signature]
      State of New Hampshire
      Strafford
      on this 12th day of July 1856 personally appeared Stephen Johnson to me known as a person of good reputation for truth and veracity and made solemn oath that the foregoing affidavit by him subscribed as true
      Before me S R Pray Jus Peace

      [Page]
      I Enoch Pray of Strafford in the County of Strafford and State of New Hampshire depose and say that I am a minister of the gospel and have been so forty nine years.
      That I have kept a journal of the past events of my life during th last forty six years, together with a record of all marriages solemnized by me; And of all the funerals attended by me during the last forty six years.
      Also a record of all the deaths that have taken place in said Strafford since the first day of January one thousand eight hundred and twenty six, with the ages of the ? persons as near as I could possibly obtain them.
      That by reference to my Journal I find that I preached at the funeral of Thomas Johnson who is referred to in the accompanying papers, on the 13th day of September AD 1826, under the head of Deaths, the following is recordsd
      One thousand eight hundred and twenty six September Thomas Johnson Aged 70 years or over"
      That I attend the funeral of the said Thomas Johnson at his late residence in Strafford in accordance with the ? made in my Journal at the time, I have a distant recollection.
      Also, I find by my Journal that I preached at the funeral of his widow and wife on Tuesday the 22d day of December one thousand eight hundred and thirty five. My records of her death is as follows.-"Dec 20 1835 Abigail Johnson Aged 84 yrs"
      Also in my record of death in said Strafford I find that Elizabeth Johnson daughter of the aforesaid Thomas Johnson and Abigail Johnson, "died on the 10th of September AD 1844, in the 70 th year of her age
      Also, that James Johnson, a Son of the said Abigail and Thomas died at said Strafford on the 25 day of May AD 1850 aged seventy two years and 8 months
      I further state that these records were made on the day or immediately after the events recorded transpired in a fair legible hand and finness as follows.
      Thomas Johnson buried Sept 13 1826
      Abigail Johnson died December 20 1835
      Elizabeth Johnson died September 10 1844
      James Johnson died May 25 1850
      The above is a true transcript of my records so for as facts one recorded concerning the deaths and aged of the before named persons.
      I further state that from a long acquaintance with the said Thomas, Abigail, Elizabeth, and James Johnson, I have no doubt that they were at the time of their several deaths of the age as found recorded in the record of deaths kept by me.

      I further certify that I have no interest in the result of the claim of the Johnson family, directly or indirectly. And that Thomas Johnson and Abigail Johnson lived together as husband and wife, and were so reputed; and the fact of their being married was never to my knowledge called into question.
      Enoch Place
      State of New Hampshire
      Strafford SS
      On this sixteenth day of July 1856, personally appeared Enoch Place, a gentleman of good reputation, for truth and veracity, and made solemn oath that the foregoing affidavit by him subscribed is true. And I certify that I have no interest in the results of the claim of the Johnson family.
      Willian Foss Jr Justice of the Peace

      [Page]
      Court record

      [Page]
      I Thomas Johnson Jr of Strafford in the State of New Hampshire depose and say that I am a son and heir at law of Thomas Johnson late of Strafford aforesaid, and formerly of Barrington in said State (of which Strafford is a part) and I hereby declare upon my oath that to the best of my belief that the said Thomas Johnson my father did enter the service of the United States as a private in the Revolutionary War during the year 1777 and served one year in a Regt & Company to me unknown, that I recollect his saying that he served several times during said War, That the last time he served was in 1781, and enlisted at said Barrington on or about the fourth day of March AD 1781 and was discharged at C[amp]? Soldiers Fortune December 4th 1781 on account of a disability as will be seen by his discharge herewith sent. That he served under the command of Joseph Cilley Colonel in the first Regt of New Hampshire. I further state that the said Thomas Johnson died at said Strafford on the 11th day of September AD 1826 leaving a widow by the name of Abigail Johnson who survived him several years; that the said Abigail Johnson died at said Strafford on the 26th day of December AD 1835; that the said Thomas & the said Abigail his wife were married at Barrington in said State in the year 1774 by the Rev Mr Tenny a Minister that the marriage of his said father and mother took place prior to his last said service as wll be seen by evidence herewith presented, that at the time if the said service of the said Thomas Johnson Jr in the time of his said service the said Thomas had two children viz Elizabeth Johnson born in 1775 and James Johnson born in 1777 both now deceased, Also that Mary Johnson daughter of said Abigail and Thomas was born before his last service viz in 1779 That I have often heard my father speak of his several services in the Revolutionary War so called.
      I further state that the said Rev Mr Tenney was settled in said Barrington over the Congregational Church in said town in 1781 and was dismissed at his request in 1778 as is found by me in a history of said Church and I have heard my said father and mother say that they were married by the Rev Mr Tenny.
      I further say that there exists no record of the said Marriage either public or private, nor are there any eye witnesses living of said marriage that I have made dilligent search for such testimony, as well as Stephen Johnson my nephew and have been unable to find any evidence of any sort in regard to the said marriage.
      I further state that the children of the said Thomas and Abigail are
      Elizabeth Johnson born in 1775 and now deceased
      James Johnson born in 1777 & now deceased
      Mary Johnson born 1779
      Abigail Johnson born in 1781
      Lydia Johnson born in 1783 and now deceased
      Esther Johnson born in 1785 now deceased
      Mehitable Johnson born in 1787
      Charity Johnson born in 1789
      Thomas Johnson Jr myself born in 1791
      Judah Johnson born in 1793
      and Stephen Johson born in 1795
      and that the aforesaid named children are the children and only children lawful of the said Abigail & Thomas Johnson. That I make these statement & declarations in order to obtain the benefits of the act of July 4th 1856 & such other acts as Congress may have passed for the benefit of soldiers & their widows who have served in the war of the Revolution
      Witness T G W Pray
      Thomas Johnson Jr [His mark]
      State of New Hampshire
      Strafford
      On this fourth day of July AD 1856 personally appeared Thomas Johnson a person of good reputation for truth and veracity and made solemn oath that the foregoing statements by him made are true & I certify that I have no interest in the result of the claim of ? Stephen Johnson
      Before Me
      ? ? ? Pray Just Peace

      [Page]
      Neither children nor widow are entitled

      [Page]
      The Bearer Thomas Johnson being a ? Leaving in ? N Hampshire Regt and is unfit for duty is hereby Discharged From the Service and have leave to return to the State of New Hampshire
      All issuing Correpondence are ? to issue provsion to the above Name Thomas Johnson until the Fourteenth privideing a Certificate of ?
      Camps Soldiers Fortune ??
      ?catd Barrington
      Jos Cilley Col

      Thomas Johnson Victualled 6 Instant Soldiers Fortue
      Decr 4th 1780
      In behalf of Wm Cl? Jn? Thompson

      [Page]
      Extracts of Pay Rolls during Revolution
    Residence 1776  not at Barrington Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • http://www.nh-roots.org/index.php/strafford-county/36-history-strafford-county/history-barrington-new-hampshire/13-association-test-for-barrington-nh-1776
      Nil Johnson
    • http://www.newhorizonsgenealogicalservices.com/new-hampshire-genealogy/association-test/nh-revolutionary-war-association-test.htm

      New Hampshire Revolutionary War Association Test
      ASSOCIATION TEST

      COLONY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

      IN COMMITTEE OF SAFETY

      April 12th, 1776

      In order to carry the underwritten RESOLVE of the Hon'ble Continental CONGRESS into Execution, You are requested to desire all all Males above Twenty One Years of Age (Lunaticks, Idiots, and Negroes excepted) to sign to the DECLARATION on this Paper; and when so done, to make Return hereof, together with the Name or Names of all who shall refuse to sign the same, to the GENERAL ASSEMBLY, or Committee of Safety of this Colony.

      M. Weare, Chairman

      In CONGRESS, March 14th, 1776.

      RESOLVED, That it be recommended to the several Assemblies, Conventions, and Councils, or Committees of Safety of the United Colonies, immediately to cause all Persons to be disarmed, within their Respective Colonies, who are notoriously disaffected to the Cause of AMERICA, Or who have not associated, and refuse to associate, to defend by ARMS, the United Colonies, against the Hostile Attempts of the British Fleets and Armies.

      (COPY) Extract from the Minutes.

      Charles Thompson, Sec'ry.

      In Consequence of the above Resolution, of the Hon. Continental CONGRESS, and to shew our Determination in joining our American Brethren, in defending the Lives, Liberties, and Properties of the Inhabitants of the UNITED COLONIES.
    Military 1777-1781  [2
    Revolutionary War 
    Residence 1790  Barrington, Strafford, NH Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Thos Johnson
      in the 1790 United States Federal Census
      Name: Thos Johnson
      Home in 1790 (City, County, State): Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire
      Free White Persons - Males - Under 16: 1 [James]
      Free White Persons - Males - 16 and over: 1 [Thomas]
      Free White Persons - Females: 8 [Abigail, Elizabeth, Mary, Abigail, Lydia, Esther, Mehitable, Charity]
      Number of Household Members: 10
      Year: 1790; Census Place: Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire; Series: M637; Roll: 5; Page: 390; Image: 232; Family History Library Film: 0568145
    Residence 1800  Barrington, Strafford, NH Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Thomas Johnson
      in the 1800 United States Federal Census
      Name: Thomas Johnson
      Home in 1800 (City, County, State): Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire
      Free White Persons - Males - Under 10: 3 [Thomas, Stephen, ?]
      Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25: 1 [James]
      Free White Persons - Males - 45 and over: 1 [Thomas]
      Free White Persons - Females - Under 10: 3 [Charity, Judith, ?]
      Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 15: 2 [Esther, Mehitable]
      Free White Persons - Females - 16 thru 25: 4 [Elizabeth, Mary, Abigail, Lydia]
      Free White Persons - Females - 45 and over: 1 [Abigail]
      Number of Household Members Under 16: 8
      Number of Household Members Over 25: 2
      Number of Household Members: 15
      Year: 1800; Census Place: Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire; Series: M32; Roll: 20; Page: 282; Image: 552; Family History Library Film: 218679
    Residence 16 Dec 1805  Barrington, Strafford, NH Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Residence 1810  Barrington, Strafford, NH Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Thomas John
      in the 1810 United States Federal Census
      Name: Thomas John
      Home in 1810 (City, County, State): Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire
      Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 15: 1 [1795-1800] [Stephen]
      Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25: 1 [1785-1794] [Thomas]
      Free White Persons - Males - 45 and over: 1 [Thomas]
      Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 15: 3 [1795-1800] [Judith, ?, ?]
      Free White Persons - Females - 16 thru 25: 2 [1785-1794] [Esther?, Mehitable?, Charity?]
      Free White Persons - Females - 26 thru 44: 1 [1766-1784] [Elizabeth or Mary or Abigail]
      Free White Persons - Females - 45 and over : 1 [Abigail]
      Number of Household Members Under 16: 4
      Number of Household Members Over 25: 3
      Number of Household Members: 10
      Year: 1810; Census Place: Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire; Roll: 25; Page: 514; Image: 00506; Family History Library Film: 0218686
    Residence 3 Feb 1813  Barrington, Strafford, NH Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Died 11 Sep 1826  Strafford, Strafford, NH Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Buried 13 Sep 1826  [2
    Person ID I46586  4 February 2018
    Last Modified 12 Oct 2019 

    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

    Family Abigail BERRY,   b. [1751],   d. 20 Dec 1835 
    Married 1774  Barrington, Strafford, NH Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    • By Rev Mr Tenney of the Congregational Church
    Children 
     1. Elizabeth JOHNSON,   b. [AUGUST 1775],   d. 10 Sep 1844
     2. James JOHNSON,   b. 17 Sep 1777,   d. 25 May 1850  (Age 72 years)
     3. Mary JOHNSON,   b. 1779,   d. 27 Feb 1865  (Age 86 years)
     4. Abigail JOHNSON,   b. March 1781,   d. 14 Sep 1871, Strafford, Strafford, NH Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 90 years)
     5. Lydia JOHNSON,   b. 16 Mar 1783,   d. 18 Mar 1818?
     6. Esther JOHNSON,   b. 1785,   d. Bef 1856  (Age 70 years)
     7. Mehitable JOHNSON,   b. 5 Apr 1787,   d. 28 Apr 1858  (Age 71 years)
     8. Charity L JOHNSON,   b. 17 Mar 1789,   d. 22 Jan 1872  (Age 82 years)
     9. Thomas JOHNSON,   b. 21 May 1791,   d. 6 Jan 1873, Strafford, Strafford, NH Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 81 years)
     10. Judith JOHNSON,   b. 1793
     11. Stephen JOHNSON,   b. [1794], NH Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 13 Mar 1872, Strafford, Strafford, NH Find all individuals with events at this location
    Family ID F14094  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Oxford County Probate Index: Nil
      Association Test 1776 Barrington: Nil
      Census 1810: Effingham?
      Census 1820: Nil
      Census 1790: There are two identical Thomas Johnson households in Barrington 1790, Thomas Johnson and Thomas Johnson Jr. My guess is that they are just Thomas Johnson Jr repeated.
      Information about children needs confirmation.
      Fryeburg 1783: Nil Johnson
      Fryeburg 1784: Nil Johnson
      New Hampshire State Papers: Extracted all identifying information from Revolutionary War volumes of New Hampshire State Papers
      Revolutionary Pension: Extracted
    • 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 713
      Depreciation Rolls to 1 January 1780
      1st Regiment
      Thoms Johnson Corporal Amount of depreciation: 80 34 -
    • https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/218966?availability=Family%20History%20Library
      Strafford County (N.H.) land records, 1773-1901
      Authors: Strafford County (New Hampshire). Register of Deeds
      Grantee index A-Z 1773-1817
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      16371
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/007836206?cat=218966
      [292/566]
      1 September 1801 Town of Barrington Joshua Holmes Collector to Thomas Jonson Jr Tax Deed Volume 37 Page 154
      3 September 1801 William Cate to Thomas Jonson Jr Deed Volume 37 Page 155
    • https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/150573?availability=Family%20History%20Library
      Court records, 1773-1874
      Authors: New Hampshire. Superior Court of Judicature (Strafford County)
      v. 1-3 1773-1798
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      985473
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/008203856?cat=150573
      [706/967]
      Volume 3 Page 50
      Thomas Johnson Appll vs Elijah Tuttle Appt
      Continued to next Term

      [713/967]
      Volume 3 Page 64
      Thomas Johnson Appl vs Elijah Tuttle Appt
      Continued to next Term

      [715/967]
      Volume 3 Page 64
      The Petition of Thomas Johnson
      Continued to next Term

      [744/967]
      Volume 3 Page 126
      Thomas Johnson Appll vs Elijah Tuttle Appt
      Continued to next Term

      [749/967]
      Volume 3 Page 134
      The Petition of Thomas Johnson
      Continued to next Term

      [787/967]
      Volume 3 Page 211
      Thomas Johnson Appll vs Elijah Tuttle Appt
      The Parties being three times solemnly called do not appear but make default. This action is therefore dismissed.
    • 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 10
      Thomas (6) Esther Tuttle (5) John (4) John (3) John (2) John (1) was born in Barrington, NH 15 January 1750. He married Abigail Berry, born in 1753. He resided in Barrington.
      Children
      1. Elizabeth Johnson b in 1775
      2. James Johnson b in 1777 (39)
      3. Molly Johnson b in 1779 died 27 February 1865. Never married.
      4. Abigail Johnson b in 1781
      5. Lydia Johnson b in 1783
      6. Esther Johnson b in 1785
      7. Mehitable Johnson b in 1787
      8. Thomas Johnson b in 1791 (40)
      9. Charity Johnson b in 1789
      10. Judah Johnson b in 1793 m 28 February 1812 Samuel H Johnson [sic] (untraced possibly Samuel Tuttle who married second Mary Waterhouse) (see addenda)
      11. Stephen b in 1795
    • https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/218966?availability=Family%20History%20Library
      Strafford County (N.H.) land records, 1773-1901
      Authors: Strafford County (New Hampshire). Register of Deeds
      v. 120-122 1823-1825
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      16429
      8649749
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/008649749?cat=218966
      [131/813]
      Volume 120 Page 251
      Thomas Johnson husbandman Barrington
      Thomas Johnson Jr husbandman Barrington
      $100
      89 acres in Barrington in Lots 62 and 63
      being 20 acres bounded as follows viz
      beginning at the land that Thomas Johnson bought of Wm Cate
      thence bearing North 52 degrees East to George Berry's land on the easterly side of said Lot
      continuing said breath to complete 20 acres
      being drawn to the original right of Edward Cate, and in the 2nd range of lots and No 62
      the other 69 acres is in Lot No 62 in the 2nd Range
      being all the property of Abraham Waldrom in said lot at the time of his deceased
      being that land I bought of Richard Cate
      3 February 1813
      Thomas Johnson [His mark]
      Wit: Elijah Tuttle Junr, Moses Caverly
    • Military

      Thomas Johnson
      in the U.S., Revolutionary War Rolls, 1775-1783
      Name: Thomas Johnson
      Gender: Male
      Military Place: New Hampshire, USA
      State or Army Served: New Hampshire
      Ancestry.com. U.S., Revolutionary War Rolls, 1775-1783 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2007.
      Original data:
      Revolutionary War Rolls, 1775-1783; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M246, 138 rolls); War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records, Record Group 93; National Archives, Washington. D.C.
      U.S., Revolutionary War Rolls, 1775-1783 for Thomas Johnson
      New Hampshire Walkers Company, 1777 (Folder 160) - Various Organizations, Nos 1-169 (Folders 175-177)
      Thomas Johnson
      Town they went for: Barrington
      Time of engagement: 2 August 1780
      Discharge with the time allowed to travel home: 4 December 1780
      Time in service: 4 months 16 days
      Allowances for blanket etc: 335 - -
      Travel to Worcester: 106 miles; 63 12 -

      See
      New Hampshire State Papers
      Volume 16 Page 79
      The following Pay Roll for the New Levies raised by the State of New Hampshire, in the Year 1780, to serve in the Continental Army for the Term of Six Months, is made up agreeably to a Resolve of the General Court, passed January 5th 1781 Memo by J S

      The Act by which these men were raised was passed 16 June 1780 page 179 State Laws & was for raising 600 men to serve till 31 DEcr. The Act apportions the men to the several Regt of Militia & orders for the Captains to drafy them each man drafted refusing to go to pay 500 Doll Pay 40/ per mo in money equal to Indian Corn a 4/ etc L5 like money for Clothing &c & 12/ per mile for Travel billeting & until cont Rations are Drawn

      New Hampshire State Papers
      Volume 16 Page 69
      p 62
      A Muster Roll of the Men raised to Recruit the three New Hampshire Regiments in the Continental Army till the last Day of December 1780
      Mustered at Kingston by Josiah Bartlett
      August 9th
      Thoas Johnson
      enlisted for the town of Barrington
      Miles Travel Worcester: 106
    • Revolutionary Pension

      Thomas Johnson
      in the U.S., Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900
      Name: Thomas Johnson
      Application State: New Hampshire
      Applicant Designation: Rejected Pension Application File
      Second Applicant Name: Abigail Johnson
      Archive Publication Number: M804
      Archive Roll Number: 1429
      Total Pages in Packet: 28
      Ancestry.com. U.S., Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.

      [Page] [Mary Hall m Ephraim Holmes d Joseph Hall m Mary Foss]
      I Mary Holmes of Strafford in the County of Strafford and State of New Hampshire depose and say that I am now 91 years old [1765] and have always resided in said Strafford since it became an incorporated town, & before that I lived in Barrington in said State, of which said Strafford is a part, that I remember well Thomas Johnson now deceased who was a revolutionary soldier, and were well acquainted with both the said Thomas & his wife Abigail Berry, that the said Thomas and the said Abigail lived together from 1775 to the time of the death of said Thomas as husband and wife and were so reputed and had children before he engaged in said war. I further state that I recollect the circumstances of the said Thomas Johnson's service from the following facts, My father Joseph Hall, William Stanton and Thomas Johnson went away from said Barrington together for the purpose of joining the army. My father did not stay long but returned with Mr Stanton who died in about five days after his return, that I recollect the said Thomas Johnson was away from hom several times, for the for the reputed purpose of being a soldier in the war of the Revolution, and I hereby state that the said Thomas and Abigail lived together before and after his several services in said war, and had two children whose names were Elizabeth & James Johnson before the said service but they are now both deceased.
      Mary Holmes [Her mark]
      Witness T Geo? Pray
      Betty G? Sanders

      State of New Hampshire
      Strafford SS
      On this 12th day of July 1856 personally appeared Mary Holmes a person of good reputation for truth and veracity and made solemn oath that the foregoing affidavit by her subscribed is true. ? ? ? ? ?
      Before me
      ? ? W Pray Jus Peace

      [Page] [Lemuel Otis m Leah Pearl s Elijah Otis m Dorothy Locke]
      I Lemuel Otis of Farmington in the State of New Hampshire depose and say that I am now aged ninety one years and that I resided at Barrington in said State during the Revolutionary War (so called) and lived during said war with Thomas Johnson who served in said war in the year 1781 and was absent while I resided at said Johnsons for more than seven months and at the time the said Johnson's service in said war I lived with his wife Abigail Johnson and the said Thomas & Abigail had at the time of the said Thomas Johnson's last service two children whose names were Elizabeth Johnson born in 1775 and James Johnson born in 1777 and that the said Thomas Johnson and Abigail Johnson lived together as husband & wife before the said service of the said Thomas Johnson and were so reputed that I remember playing with the above named children of the said Thomas Johnson during his absence in the said War and they the said Abigail & Thomas were married prior to the said Thomas Johnson's service I further state that I know that the said Thomas Johnson to be the person who served in the Revolutionary War and who is now deceased and died at Strafford in said state September 11th 1826 and that I have no interest in the result of the claim of the Johnson family.
      Lemuel Otis [Signature]

      State of New Hampshire
      Strafford SS

      On this 23d day of June 1856 personally appeared Lemuel Otis a person of good reputation for truth and veracity and made solemn oath that the foregoing affidavit by him subscribed is true-The word Elizabeth erased twice and Abigail interlined twice, before signing ????
      Before me
      Charles C Hayes Justice of the Peace

      [Page] [William Foss m Elizabeth Hayes s George Foss m Mary Marden]
      I William Foss of Strafford aged 93 yrs and William Foss junr aged 67 yrs of Strafford in the State of New Hampshire depose and say that we were acquainted with Thomas Johnson and Abigail Johnson his wife during their life time and have been acquainted with the family and their chidlren for more than fifty years, that the names of said Thomas Johnson & Abigail Johnson's Children were

      Elizabeth Johnson now deceased & has left no heirs
      James Johnson now deceased and has a widow and children living at this
      Thomas Johnson
      Mary Johnson
      Esther Johnson now deceased
      Mehitable Johnson
      Stephen Johnson of Chatham in said State
      Abigail Foss of said Strafford
      Lydia Jenness now deceased
      Judah Johnson now deceased
      Charity Johnson of Fryeburg in the State of Maine

      We further state that the above are the children and all the lawful children of the said Thomas & Abigail Johnson and are all of lawful age, that they most of the said family have resided in Barrington and said Strafford; that the said Thomas was reputed while living to have been a soldier the war of the revultion. We further state that we have no interest in the result of the claim of the Johnson family & that said Stephen, Mehitable, Thomas, Charity, Abigail, Mary are the only surviving chilren of the said Abigail and Thomas Johnson
      William Foss Jr
      William Foss
      State of New Hampshire
      Strafford SS
      On this 12th day of July 1856 personally appeared William Foss and William Foss Jr persons of good reputation for truth and veracity and made solemn oath that the foregoing affidavit by them subscribed is true. The words "now deceased, Esther & Lydia are erased above & "now deceased" interlined ? above.
      Before me
      S G W Pray Jus Peace

      [Page]
      I Stephen Johnson of Barrington in the County of Strafford & State of New Hampshire depose and say that I have dilligently searched and caused to be searched the records of the Town of Barrington in said State and have been unable to find a record of the marriage of Thomas Johnson and Abigail Berry referred to in the foregoing, that there is no private record of said marriage in existence nor no family Bible in which a record was kept That in regard to this marriage of the said Thomas Johnson and Abigail Berry we have furnished herewith all the evidence that can be found.
      Stephen Johnson [Signature]
      State of New Hampshire
      Strafford
      on this 12th day of July 1856 personally appeared Stephen Johnson to me known as a person of good reputation for truth and veracity and made solemn oath that the foregoing affidavit by him subscribed as true
      Before me S R Pray Jus Peace

      [Page]
      I Enoch Pray of Strafford in the County of Strafford and State of New Hampshire depose and say that I am a minister of the gospel and have been so forty nine years.
      That I have kept a journal of the past events of my life during th last forty six years, together with a record of all marriages solemnized by me; And of all the funerals attended by me during the last forty six years.
      Also a record of all the deaths that have taken place in said Strafford since the first day of January one thousand eight hundred and twenty six, with the ages of the ? persons as near as I could possibly obtain them.
      That by reference to my Journal I find that I preached at the funeral of Thomas Johnson who is referred to in the accompanying papers, on the 13th day of September AD 1826, under the head of Deaths, the following is recordsd
      One thousand eight hundred and twenty six September Thomas Johnson Aged 70 years or over"
      That I attend the funeral of the said Thomas Johnson at his late residence in Strafford in accordance with the ? made in my Journal at the time, I have a distant recollection.
      Also, I find by my Journal that I preached at the funeral of his widow and wife on Tuesday the 22d day of December one thousand eight hundred and thirty five. My records of her death is as follows.-"Dec 20 1835 Abigail Johnson Aged 84 yrs"
      Also in my record of death in said Strafford I find that Elizabeth Johnson daughter of the aforesaid Thomas Johnson and Abigail Johnson, "died on the 10th of September AD 1844, in the 70 th year of her age
      Also, that James Johnson, a Son of the said Abigail and Thomas died at said Strafford on the 25 day of May AD 1850 aged seventy two years and 8 months
      I further state that these records were made on the day or immediately after the events recorded transpired in a fair legible hand and finness as follows.
      Thomas Johnson buried Sept 13 1826
      Abigail Johnson died December 20 1835
      Elizabeth Johnson died September 10 1844
      James Johnson died May 25 1850
      The above is a true transcript of my records so for as facts one recorded concerning the deaths and aged of the before named persons.
      I further state that from a long acquaintance with the said Thomas, Abigail, Elizabeth, and James Johnson, I have no doubt that they were at the time of their several deaths of the age as found recorded in the record of deaths kept by me.

      I further certify that I have no interest in the result of the claim of the Johnson family, directly or indirectly. And that Thomas Johnson and Abigail Johnson lived together as husband and wife, and were so reputed; and the fact of their being married was never to my knowledge called into question.
      Enoch Place
      State of New Hampshire
      Strafford SS
      On this sixteenth day of July 1856, personally appeared Enoch Place, a gentleman of good reputation, for truth and veracity, and made solemn oath that the foregoing affidavit by him subscribed is true. And I certify that I have no interest in the results of the claim of the Johnson family.
      Willian Foss Jr Justice of the Peace

      [Page]
      Court record

      [Page]
      I Thomas Johnson Jr of Strafford in the State of New Hampshire depose and say that I am a son and heir at law of Thomas Johnson late of Strafford aforesaid, and formerly of Barrington in said State (of which Strafford is a part) and I hereby declare upon my oath that to the best of my belief that the said Thomas Johnson my father did enter the service of the United States as a private in the Revolutionary War during the year 1777 and served one year in a Regt & Company to me unknown, that I recollect his saying that he served several times during said War, That the last time he served was in 1781, and enlisted at said Barrington on or about the fourth day of March AD 1781 and was discharged at C[amp]? Soldiers Fortune December 4th 1781 on account of a disability as will be seen by his discharge herewith sent. That he served under the command of Joseph Cilley Colonel in the first Regt of New Hampshire. I further state that the said Thomas Johnson died at said Strafford on the 11th day of September AD 1826 leaving a widow by the name of Abigail Johnson who survived him several years; that the said Abigail Johnson died at said Strafford on the 26th day of December AD 1835; that the said Thomas & the said Abigail his wife were married at Barrington in said State in the year 1774 by the Rev Mr Tenny a Minister that the marriage of his said father and mother took place prior to his last said service as wll be seen by evidence herewith presented, that at the time if the said service of the said Thomas Johnson Jr in the time of his said service the said Thomas had two children viz Elizabeth Johnson born in 1775 and James Johnson born in 1777 both now deceased, Also that Mary Johnson daughter of said Abigail and Thomas was born before his last service viz in 1779 That I have often heard my father speak of his several services in the Revolutionary War so called.
      I further state that the said Rev Mr Tenney was settled in said Barrington over the Congregational Church in said town in 1781 and was dismissed at his request in 1778 as is found by me in a history of said Church and I have heard my said father and mother say that they were married by the Rev Mr Tenny.
      I further say that there exists no record of the said Marriage either public or private, nor are there any eye witnesses living of said marriage that I have made dilligent search for such testimony, as well as Stephen Johnson my nephew and have been unable to find any evidence of any sort in regard to the said marriage.
      I further state that the children of the said Thomas and Abigail are
      Elizabeth Johnson born in 1775 and now deceased
      James Johnson born in 1777 & now deceased
      Mary Johnson born 1779
      Abigail Johnson born in 1781
      Lydia Johnson born in 1783 and now deceased
      Esther Johnson born in 1785 now deceased
      Mehitable Johnson born in 1787
      Charity Johnson born in 1789
      Thomas Johnson Jr myself born in 1791
      Judah Johnson born in 1793
      and Stephen Johson born in 1795
      and that the aforesaid named children are the children and only children lawful of the said Abigail & Thomas Johnson. That I make these statement & declarations in order to obtain the benefits of the act of July 4th 1856 & such other acts as Congress may have passed for the benefit of soldiers & their widows who have served in the war of the Revolution
      Witness T G W Pray
      Thomas Johnson Jr [His mark]
      State of New Hampshire
      Strafford
      On this fourth day of July AD 1856 personally appeared Thomas Johnson a person of good reputation for truth and veracity and made solemn oath that the foregoing statements by him made are true & I certify that I have no interest in the result of the claim of ? Stephen Johnson
      Before Me
      ? ? ? Pray Just Peace

      [Page]
      Neither children nor widow are entitled

      [Page]
      The Bearer Thomas Johnson being a ? Leaving in ? N Hampshire Regt and is unfit for duty is hereby Discharged From the Service and have leave to return to the State of New Hampshire
      All issuing Correpondence are ? to issue provsion to the above Name Thomas Johnson until the Fourteenth privideing a Certificate of ?
      Camps Soldiers Fortune ??
      ?catd Barrington
      Jos Cilley Col

      Thomas Johnson Victualled 6 Instant Soldiers Fortue
      Decr 4th 1780
      In behalf of Wm Cl? Jn? Thompson

      [Page]
      Extracts of Pay Rolls during Revolution

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

    2. [S45] Pension file of Thomas and Abigail Johnson Family, National Archives and Records Administration, (1856).