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The Johnson Family of Stepney, London
15. Ronald James JOHNSON [Parents]. Born 31/5/1923 in Stamford Hill, Ronald James died 4/6/1978, age 55.
In the quarter ending September 1941, when Ronald James was age 18, he married Edith Sophia HUTCHINS in Finsbury, London. It is not known when Edith Sophia was born or died.
They had 2 children, both of whom may still be living.
On 22/3/1947, when Ronald James was age 23, he married Ivy Eileen DILLEY, daughter of Walter DILLEY & Florence Thirza KING, in Islington. Ivy Eileen was born 31/5/1931 in Stamford Hill & died 4/6/1978, age 47.
They had the following children:
(1) Peter, born 23/12/1950 in St Pancras & died 20/10/2006, age 56. (2) Terence Michael, born 26/3/1952 in St Pancras & died 5/6/1982 in Hendon, age 30. (3) Henry Parris, born 5/7/1953 in St Pancras & died 16/7 1980, age 27. And 7 others who are still living.
16. Peter Thomas JOHNSON [Parents]. Born 28/10/1926 in London & died 24/10/1998 in Ontario, Canada, age 71.
In August 1947, when Peter was 20, he married Una Gwendoline ANDREWS, daughter of James ANDREWS (1890-1967) & Lily Rosina Clara TAYLOR (1896-1969). Una was born 9/4/1928 in Hatfield & died 13/5/2002 in Welwyn Garden City, age 74. Peter & Una emigrated to Canada in 1951. They divorced in 1965. They had 3 children who are still living. Click on images to enlarge.
In 1967 when Peter was 40, he re-married. His widow & 2 children are still living.
17. Victor George JOHNSON [Parents]. Born 7/4/1926 in London, Victor George died 10/11/1997 in Roade, Northamptonshire, age 71.
In the quarter ending March 1948, when George Victor was age 21, he married Irene Lilian MASON in Brixworth, Northamptonshire.
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