Johnson Family Cemetery
Notes:Located just west of Alberta. Follow Rosebud Ln to dead end and then go several hundred yards down old path, cross a small creek. Follow the power lines a couple hundred yards to the north. Cemetery has several separate plots enclosed with stone barriers. Small pebbles cover the ground around each grave. Several field stones are present indicating additional graves. In 2010 the cemetery become completely overgrown with underbrush and a bulldozer clearing the field damaged several stones. The then owner indicated the stones would be moved.
Latitude:36º 51' 11.5" N   (36.853203)
Longitude:77º 53' 57.0" W   (-77.899164)
GNIS ID:1468784
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This cemetery contains the remains of the families of brothers and sisters, Edgar R., Thomas Henry, William Wiles, Eudora Alice, and Nannie W. Johnson, the children of Sarah Frances Thomas and Thomas George Washington Johnson. Stones remain for Edgar Robinson Johnson, his second wife Lavinia Eugenia Thomas and their daughter Lelia Ruth Johnson. His first wife, Joanna Elizabeth “Josie” Bennett, is reported to be buried here also. Edgar's son Leonard Thomas Johnson is reported to be here, as his wife, Lottie Nicholson Abernathy, has a stone. Thomas Henry Johnson and wife, Ida Mae Elmore, are here with children Calvin Thomas Johnson, Shelton Chiles Johnson, and Livie Mae Johnson. Stones remain for William Wiles Johnson and his wife, Martha Adeline Hardy. Although only Eudora A. Johnson has a stone, her husband, Adoulphus C. Elmore, and daughter Annie Sarah Elmore, are said to be bured here. Nannie Johnson, her husband William Adolphus Williams, and their son Lemual Thomas Williams have a stones here, CWS f BCV, pp. 61, 187, 553-55.

Eddie A. Clarke16 Jul 1858 —26 Dec 1913
Notes: Inscription at bottom illegible. Eddie's connection with the Johnson family has not been discovered.

Lavinia Thomas Johnson1855 —1932
Edgar R. Johnson1852 —1928In God's Care



Eudora Elmore7 Apr 1857 —19 Apr 1932We Will Meet Again

Lelia Ruth Johnson18 Aug 1888 —23 Feb 1923Daughter of
ER & LE Johnson
Gone But Not Forgotten
Notes: Footstone is marked L.R.J.



Lemuel Thomas Williams28 Apr 1886 —22 Oct 1917It Was Hard Indeed To
Part With Thee But Christ's
Strong Arm Supported Me



Lottie A. Johnson1898 —1937Wife Of
Leonard T Johnson

Mattie H. Johnson16 Sep 1872 —23 Oct 1944Mother

Willie Wiler Johnson8 Dec 1886 —5 Aug 1947Father
According to Civil War Soldiers from Brunswick County, Virginia, his name was William Wiles Johnson and he was born 8 Dec 1866, CWS f BCV, p. 553.



William Adolphus Williams1855 —1893
 
In addition to a metal funeral home marker without a name or dates, the following additional stones were discovered in November 2010.

Nannie Johnson Williams1857 —1918
 
A 12 ft x 16 ft bordered plot with monument for the Johnson Family

Ida M. Johnson19 May 1868 —10 Sep 1952

Thos H. Johnson20 Jul 1860 —2 Nov 1945
 
Stones engraved S.C.J. and L.M.J indicate graves for Shelton Chiles Johnson and Livie May Johnson.
 

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