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Isaac Van Dar Robinson Johnson

December 3, 1843
Randolph County, Indiana
date unknown
John A. Johnson

Phoebe Thornburgh
Brothers and Sisters:
Joshua M. Johnson
Elihu T. Johnson
Allen Johnson
Susanna Johnson
Jonathan C. Johnson
Daniel B. Johnson
William H. R. Johnson
George H. Johnson
Elizabeth Johnson
Martha A. Vandergriff
m. October 28, 1865
Phebe A. Johnson
William G. Johnson
Sarah E. Johnson
Amanda M. Johnson
Effie Johnson
Elmer Johnson
Edna Johnson
Ora S. Johnson
John A. Johnson
Martha Johnson
Abigail Osborn
m. September 12, 1885

Additional Information:
"Isaac V. D. R. Johnson was reared a farmer, and August 19, 1862, enlisted in the Sixty-ninth Indiana Volunteer Infantry, under Col. Tom Bennett, and served until honorably discharged, at Mobile, Alabama, July 1865. He was wounded at Baker's Creek Mills, Mississippi, and also fought at Richmond, Kentucky, Chickasaw Bluff, Arkansas Post, Champion Hills, Jackson, Mississippi, and many minor engagements. . . .

Mr. Johnson became a minister of the Christian Church in 1871, has had regular work since that time, and has preached more than 1,000 funeral sermons. As a soldier he was brave and fearless. As a Christian he is always found at his post of duty. Hospitable to a friend and stranger, a kind husband and father, and ever willing to aid in any laudable undertaking that has for its aim the elevation and improvement of society, he has won the respect and esteem of the entire community. He was elected Treasurer of Randolph County in 1888 and served two years; is a member of Masonic Lodge, No. 223, at Farmland, is a member of the G.A.R. at the same place, and is a Republican. He is the owner of a fine farm of eighty acres, on which he resides, and also considerable property in Farmland."
-- From "Portrait and Biographical Record, Randolph County, Indiana"

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22 July 2001

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