Johnson/Johnstone family page
Johnson family records can be found in Jersey back to the beginning of the 17th century
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Origins of surname
A simple surname, this one. It means 'son of John'
The marriage of soldier George Johnson to Marian Goodwin took place in St Saviour in 1601, but there is no record of the couple having children in the island. The first baptisms were recorded in the 1710s.
Births and baptisms
Great War service
- Photographer T Johnson traded at 58 King Street as Jersey Photo Company
- Boot and shoe maker D Johnson was at 27 Queen Street in the 1830s
- Tailor J Johnston was listed at 14 Broad Street in the 1880s
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