Johnson William


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, Sir William 1715-1774.
Irish-born American pioneer and public official. In the French and Indian Wars he defeated the French at Lake George (1755) and captured Niagara (1759).
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JOHNSON William (Bill) Passed away peacefully on 25th July 2012, aged 77 years.
JOHNSON WILLIAM JOHN July 4, 2011 Aged 83 years After a short illness, now reunited with beloved wife Agnes.
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Gertrude Johnson William, the mother of EBONY Publisher John H.
Tuesday, April 10, at Redmond Memorial Cemetery in Redmond, for Myrtle Mae Johnson Williams of Terrebonne, formerly of Lane County, who died April 4 of age-related causes.
Johnson Williams, age 92, Lanesborough, MA, died early Saturday morning at the home of her granddaughter, Jacqueline (Cotter) Brousseau in North Hampton, N.Hampshire.
More than 1,500 aspiring writers submitted short stories for the annual Gertrude Johnson Williams Writing Contest, named in honor of Ebony Founder John H.