Mississippi Family Group Sheet for the Thomas A. "Tom" JOHNSON Family


Husband: Thomas A. "Tom" JOHNSON
Birthdate: about 1828
Birthplace: Grainger Co., TN
Death date: after 1876
Place of death: Probably Alcorn Co., MS
Father:
Mother:

Marriage date: June 25, 1850
Marriage place: DeSoto Co., MS

Wife: Margaret ENGLISH
Birthdate: about 1825
Birthplace: TN
Death date: after 1876
Place of death: Probably Alcorn Co., MS
Father:
Mother:

CHILDREN

Child No. 1: Jacob Crosby D. JOHNSON
Sex: M
Birthdate: March 15, 1853
Birthplace: Old Tishomingo Co., MS
Death date: March 9, 1938
Place of death: Trinity Co., TX
Marriage date:
Marriage place: Trinity Co., TX
Spouse's name: Mary "Mollie" Lorraine LANE

Child No. 2: Mary Ann M. "Mollie" JOHNSON
Sex: F
Birthdate: Dec. 7, 1855
Birthplace: Old Tish. Co., MS
Death date: Feb. 2, 1937
Place of death: Alcorn Co., MS
Marriage date:
Marriage place:
Spouse's name: Dock Leonard OAKS

Child No. 3: Margaret A.S. "Dollie" JOHNSON
Sex: F
Birthdate: Sept. 12, 1859
Birthplace: MS or AL
Death date: Feb. 7, 1939
Place of death: Alcorn Co., MS
Marriage date: Feb. 22, 1877
Marriage place: Prentiss Co., MS
Spouse's name: Alford Newton M. VOYLES

Child No. 4: James M. "Jim" JOHNSON
Sex: M
Birthdate: about 1862
Birthplace:
Death date: Dec. 25, 1937
Place of death: Alcorn Co., MS
Marriage date:
Marriage place:
Spouse's name:
 
 
Documentation:
Notes For Margaret English:
* Weekly Corinthian Newspaper, Thursday, March 23, 1939 page 3
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to thank our friends for their comforting words and deeds during the illness and death of our dear mother, Mrs. Melissa Shults.
May God bless you all.
Mrs. Maggie McNeely
J.E. Shults
T.P. Shults
J.N. Shults
* (SAME NEWSPAPER page 8), From Monday's Daily
SHULTS RITES WILL BE HELD AT FARMINGTON
Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Farmington Church for Mrs. Malissie Shults, 87, who died this morning at 3:15 at the home of her son, J.W. Shults near Farmington following a prolonged illness. Last rites will be conducted by Rev. J.O. Guntharp of Corinth. Burial will be in the Farmington Cemetery with McPeters Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
Mrs. Shults had been in declining health for some time and her death was a shock to her host of friends. She had resided in Alcorn County practically all of her life and was highly respected by those who knew her. She was preceded in death a number of years by her husband.
Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Jim Neely; 3 sons J.N. Shults with whom she made her home, T.P. Shults of Jackson, Tennessee, and J.W. Shults of this county.
(This should be Mrs. Jim McNeely. She was born Aug. 15, 1871 (Maggie) and died Oct. 24, 1948 and is buried in Farmington Cem. Her husband was John James McNeely born Dec. 20, 1870 and died Aug. 14, 1931 also buried in Farmington Cem.)
* Daily Corinthian Newspaper April 26, 1950
RITES SET THURSDAY FOR J.N. SHULTS
Farmer of Alcorn County, Age 72, Died Early Today Following Long Illness
Funeral service for James Nicholas "Nick" Shults of Route 3, Corinth will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Farmington Baptist Church with Rev. Carroll Jackson of Jackson, Tennessee, officiating. Mr. Shults died this morning at 6:58 o'clock following more than a year of failing health. He was 72 years of age.
Mr. Shults, a farmer, was a native of Alcorn county and was a member of the Baptist Church. He was married ot Miss Eliza Mae Kelly in 903 (assume this should be 1903?), who survives. He was well known in the area where he farmed for many years and many friends and relatives were grieved to learn of his death.
Burial will be in the Farmington cemetery with McPeters Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
He leaves his wife, Mrs. Eliza Mae Shults of Route 3, Corinth; three sons, Leonard, Earl and Allen Shults, all of Route 3, Corinth; and one daughter, Mrs. Mamie Hearn of Route 3, Corinth. He is also survived by 13 grandchildren.
Friends and neighbors will serve as pallbearers.
* Nov. 25, 2002 Interview with Lonnie Oaks. Doesn't know where Margaret might be buried or any info regarding her or her husband. He didn't know their names.
* Interview with Lonnie's brother, Dock Oaks in December, 2002. Also wasn't helpful, but has advised me to interview another relative Eleanor. Haven't done that yet.

Notes For Thomas Johnson:
* 1850 Old Tish. Co., MS census, southern district, page 94/187, household number 119
MOORE Mary Ann age 37, female, GA
Nancy J. age 18, AL
Samuel W. age 16, male, AL
Silas D., age 14, male, AL
Margarett S., age 12, female, AL
Caroline E. age 10, female, AL
Martha J., 7, female, AL
Mary E., age 5, female, MS
Armanella P. age 2, MS
JOHNSON, Thos. age 72, male, born AL, farmer (would have been born around 1778)
* (I NEED TO CHECK THE DESOTO CO. MS CENSUS FOR 1850.)
* Circuit Court Old Tish. Co., MS March 24, 1858 The state vs. Thomas Johnson
* 1860 Old Tish. Co., MS census
Thos. Johnson 32, male, farmer 1000/300 TN
Margaret 35, female TN
Rebecca 15, female TN (last name was Shults but listed as Johnson on census)
Alx. C. 11, male MS (last name was Shults but listed as Johnson on census)
Jacob, 8, male MS
Mary E. 4, female MS (was called Mollie)
Margaret S. (Dollie/my line) 10/12, female MS
* Military records for Thomas Johnson Co. K, 2nd Mississippi Infantry Confederate/Private Thomas Johnson, private under Capt. John M. Stone's Company, 2nd Regiment Mississippi Volunteers. age 33 years. Mustered May 10, 1861 Lynchburg VA Joined for duty and enrolled: May 1, 1861 in Tishamingo Co., MS by Capt. Stone for a period of 12 months.
* Thomas Johnson, private Capt. J.M. Stone's Co. "Iuka Rifles" 2nd Regiment Mississippi Volunteers. Mustered April 6, 1861 mustered April 6, 1861 in Iuka by W.M. Inge.
* Thomas Johnson, private in Capt. J.M. Stone's Co. "Iuka Rifles" mustered May and June 1861 age 30, carpenter remarks: Sick in hospital in Winchester.
* Thomas Johnson, private, Co. K mustered July and August 1861 remarks: Discharged Winchester, VA on the 13th day of July 1861. Final statement given him.
* Thomas Johnson, private Co. K mustered July and Aug. 1861 remarks: discharged 13th July 1861 by order of General Bee, final statement given.
* T. Johnson, private Co. K. 2nd regiment Miss. hopsital: Howards Grove Richmond, VA returned to duty Oct. 20, 1862.
* Final statement of Private Thomas Johnson 210 890, Co. K. 2nd Miss. Regiment, $35.00 dated Sept. 27, 1861, but this is marked out and Dec. 16, 1861 is written under it.
I, certify that Thomas Johnson Private in Capt. J.M. Stone's Company (K) of the 2nd Regiment of Mississippi volunteers, born in Grainger County, the State of Tennessee, aged 35 years, five feet, eight inches high, dark complexion, dark? hair (can't read next several words) profession a carpenter. Was enlisted by me at Iuka, Miss on the 9th day of April 1861 to serve one year. And is now entitled to a discharge by reason of disability.
The said Thomas Johnson is entitled to pay and clothing from 30th day April 1861 to the present time having received nothing.
Given in duplicate at Winchester, Va. this 13th day of July 1861.
John M. Stone
Commanding Company
The Confederate States
* To Thomas Johnson, private discharged from Capt. J.M. Stone's Company (K) of the Regiment of Mississippi Volunteers. Dr. (debit) For pay from 30th April 1861 to 13th July 1861
2 months? and 13 days at 11.00 per month $26.76
For clothing not drawn 8.50
Totals $35.26
Received? of my (can't read name) paymaster C.S. Army this 27th? day of September 1861, $35.26 in full of the above accounts.
Signed Thomas Johnson.
Name: Thomas Johnson
Home Address: Corinth Miss. RFD
Next of kin: blank
Born: blank at Tishomingo Co., Miss
Date of death: blank
Cause: blank
burial: at Farmington Cemetery
city: 3 miles east Corinth, Miss. Alcorn County
Grave No., Lot No., Blank, section: all blank
War Record: Co. K. 2nd Miss. Regt. Inf.
Branch of service: Army CSA
rank: Pvt.
enlisted: April 6, 1861
discharged: blank
information given by: a, e, f-newspaper (don't know the meaning of the letters)
Remarks: blank
care assigned to post No.: blank
headstone: Pvt.
Legion marker placed: blank
* 1870 Prentiss Co., MS census, Booneville post office, township 4 range 9 household 2
VOYLES James 64
Emaly, age 54
Nancy M. age 24
James L. age 21
Emaly E.? age 18
Alford N.M. age 15
Andrew B. age 13
Demeterius E.M.? age 10
* household 3 (next door)
JOHNSON Thomas J. age 45, male, white, farmer 300/200 TN
Margaret, age 47, female, white, housekeeper, TN
Jacob C.D. age 18, male, white, at home, MS
Mary A.M. age 13, female, white, at home, MS
Margaret A.S., age 10, female, white, at home, MS
James M. age 5, male, white, MS
* Prentiss Co., MS marriages December 18, 1870 J.L. Voyles married Nancy Johnson (don't think she's ours???) Prentiss Co., MS deeds page 54 October 1876 Thomas Johnson deeds to Moses McCarley
* At Farmington Cemetery in Corinth, Alcorn Co., MS the Voyles are buried in a group. A few of the older ones have a wrought fence around them. Emily Voyles is buried inside the fence. Dollie and Alford are buried to the left of the fence. Right next to the fence on the same side as Dollie is a Civil War marker that reads "Thomas Johnson Co. K, 2nd Mississippi Infantry, CSA."
 

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