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3. Francis JOHNSON [Parents]. Born 16/1/1841 in Stepney & baptized 19/2/1843 at St Mary, Whitechapel & died quarter ending March 1931 in Bethnal Green, age about 90. Occupation: House decorator. In the quarter ending September 1865, when Francis was age 24, he married Eliza Mary BROWN in Mile End. Eliza was born about 1839 in Stepney. It is not known when she died. They had the following children:
(1) Francis, born 1867 in St George in the East. (2) Edward Henry (3) Eliza Mary, born 1870 in St. George on the East. In 1894 she married Alfred James JOHNSON, son of James JOHNSON & Caroline SWABEY (nee Styles), in Bethnal Green. Alfred James was born 1871 in Stepney. There is no known connection, other than this marriage, between these two Johnson families. (4) George, born 1876 in Stepney.
4. James JOHNSON [Parents]. Born 28/1/1843 in Stepney & baptized 19/2/1843 at St Mary, Whitechapel. It is not known when James died. Occupation: Tobacconist. On 13/3/1864, when James was age 20, he married Mary Ann DOLMAN, daughter of Robert DOLMAN, a cork cutter, at St Mary Parish Church, St George in the East. Mary Ann was born about 1839 in Mile End & died 1876 in Kent, age 38. They had the following children:
(1) James Robert (2) Albert George, born 1866 in Chatham & died 1872, age 6. (3) Alice Sophia, born 1867 in Chatham. (4) Henry, born 1871 in Bethnal Green. (5) Frank Frederick (6) Sarah, born about 1874 in Bethnal Green.
In 1877, when James was age 34, he married Ellen JOHNSON, daughter of George & Emma JOHNSON, in Kent. Ellen was born about 1850 in Bermondsey. There is no known connection, other than this marriage, between these Johnson families. They had the following children:
(1) Charles James, born 1877 in Chatham. (2) John, born 1879 in Chatham. (3) Clara, born 1881 in Maidstone. (4) Minnie, born 1886 in Maidstone. (5) George, born 1886 in Shoreditch.
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