This Johnson line is in Australia. Specifically in the state of New South Wales and centred on the Clarence River region of Northern New South Wales and in particular Cowper, Ulmarra, Lower Coldstream, Maclean and Tyndale areas.

However, there is a brief association with America. Although breifly, they all returned to Australia.

I have kept this page small so that a speedy access can made. For those who are researching Johnsons, I give a brief explanation here so that you can assess whether you are connected and, if not you can move on to continue your search elsewhere. But take your time to view this page, it is not long.

Tracing the descendants of William Johnson and Euphemia Petrie Robertson.

William Johnson was born in NSW about 1829. He married Euphemia in June 1848 in Sydney New South Wales.

In 1851 he took his family to America seeking gold. On the way a child was born and registered at San Francisco. Another child was born in America too. One child died.

He returned to Australia at around 1858.

He settled in the Clarence River region at Cowper, Northern New South Wales. The next birth was a son born here in 1866. It was sometime before this date William settled in this area.

They had six children , George C, George A, Jane E, Frank R, Ernest R and Edith C.

If this is not your Johnson line you are now free to move elsewhere and continue your search. Thank you for visiting.

Those who think there is a connection can use the link above and seek more information on the link page. I hope you find something of value and make a connection that is satisfying to both of us.

As at January 2002 I have traced all descendant Johnsons from William. There are a few dates which have to be confirmed. When I receive those dates a book will be produced and mad available on CD. Those wishing a copy of the CD should place an expression of interest with me via email. An email connection is available below.

Below, I have a list of names in the database. You can email me on regncarm at netspeed # com # au (change the at and hashes to the usual)


Agius, Ahern, Archer, Armstrong, Austin, Badham, Bale, Barrow, Beaver, Bedford, Bell, Bennett, Besgrove, Blanch, Bowles, Brinson, Burges, Burkhart, Campbell, Carr, Acter, Chadwick, Clemenson, Cocks, Collett, Connolly, Cowan, Cox, Craig, Crapp, Crowther, Cuell, Cullen, Dalgarno, Davis, Dennis, Dix, Etherington, Fanning, Fualkner, Ferris, Findley, Fisher, Fleming, Froome, George, Gillies, Gladwish, Graham, Grayson, Grebert, Green, Guppy, Halliday, Hansen, Higginbotham, Hobbs, Holiman, Holyoake, Howard, Humphries, Hurley, Huttinger, Jackson, Jell, Johns, Johnson, Johnston, Kitchin, Knox, Larter, Lemon, Little, Littlewood, Looker, Macdonald, Marston, Maslen, Matterson, McDowell, McKenna, McMachlan, McMurtrie, McPherson, Mee, Middlemiss, Mifsud, Mitchell, Netleton, Northcott, O'Brien, Paterson, Pearce, Petrie, Price, Prideau, Rankin , Reid, Richards, Robertson, Rogers, Ross, Rowley, Ryan, Sandiford, Schipp, Shaw, Shea , Slater, Sly, Smidt, Smith, Stokes, Storey, Szulc, Taylor, Thomas, Tranter, Walsh, Waters, Watts, Webb, Whitwell, Wilson, Wood, Woodland, Xuereb.

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