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William D. Johnson was born July 02, 1826 in North Carolina, and died April 13, 1859 in St. Clair Co., MO.  He married Lucinda Carrington about 1840.  Lucinda Carrington was born September 01, 1812 in South Carolina, and died May 01, 1863 in Springfield, MO.
                    

Notes:

 

--- JOSEPH F. JOHNSON... was the son of William D. Johnson, who was born July 2, 1826. He married about the year 1840, to Miss Lucinda Carrington, born September 1, 1812. They had five children: James A., born May 27, 1842, died December 8, 1868; William W., born May 20, 1844, died during the war; Henry J., born February 15, 1847; Lucinda C., born April 6,1852, and Joseph. In 1857, emigrating to St. Clair County, Missouri, Mr. Johnson purchased a tract of land, upon which he settled and lived till his death, April 13, 1859. Mrs. J. died at Springfield, Missouri, May 1, 1863....

source: 1883 History of St. Clair County MO, National Historical Co., pg: 1153

Children:

Children of William Johnson and Lucinda Carrington are:
1.
James A. Johnson

 

born May 27, 1842 in TN; died December 08, 1868.

2.
William W. Johnson,

 

born May 20, 1844 in TN; died in War.

3.
Henry J. Johnson
 
 born February 15, 1847 in TN.  He married Mattie
4.
Joseph F. Johnson
 
born October 03, 1849 in TN; died 1936.  He married Elzada Jane Rippetoe September 14, 1873; born January 29, 1855 in St. Clair Co., MO; died January 19, 1946 in St. Clair Co., MO.
5.
Lucinda California Johnson
 
born April 06, 1852 in Tennessee; died February 05, 1943 in Lowry City, St. Clair Co., MO.  She married James Franklin Rippetoe March 06, 1868 in St. Clair Co., MO; born February 05, 1845 in St. Clair Co., MO; died March 14, 1914 in Doyle Township, St. Clair Co., MO.

Census:

1860 Federal Census  

St. Clair Co., MOOsceola Township Microfilm Series M653Roll 644p. 889 - 7/4/1860Dwelling #114
 
Dwelling-houses, numbered in order of visitation.Families, numbered  in order of visitationThe name of every person whose usual place of abode on first day of June, 1860 was in this family.Age.SexColor - White, black, or mulatto.Profession, Occupation, or Trade of each person, male and female, over 15 years of age.Value of Real EstateValue of Personal Estate.Place of birth, naming the State, Territory, or Country.Married within the year.Attended school within the year.Persons over 20 yrs who cannot read & write.Whether deaf and dumb, blind, insane, idiotic, pauper, or convict.
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114114Lucinda Johnson47F Farmer1000200SC    
  James A Johnson18M Laborer  Tennessee    
  W W Johnson16M    Tennessee    
  H J Johnson13M    Tennessee    
  I B F Johnson11M    Tennessee    

 

 L C Johnson8F    Tennessee