♂ Jacob Marmon Johnson

1816 - 1884

 

Jake

Jacob Marmon Johnson
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Spouse
Mary Ann F Davidson
Mary Ann F Davidson
1823 - 1865
Martha Ellen Mozingo
Martha Ellen Mozingo
1840 - 1890
Children
Richard Henry Johnson
Richard Henry Johnson
1839 - 1879
Israel Cicero Johnson
Israel Cicero Johnson
1842 - 1900
Eliza C Johnson
Eliza C Johnson
1845 - 1862
Mary A Johnson
Mary A Johnson
1850 - 1862
Melissa J Johnson
Melissa J Johnson
1852 - 1863
Jacob C Johnson
Jacob C Johnson
1854 - 1889
Martha E Johnson
Martha E Johnson
1861 - 1907
H. Frank Johnson
H. Frank Johnson
1869 - 1936
Clarence Johnson
Clarence Johnson
1870 - 1893
Minerva Johnson
Minerva Johnson
1873 - 1897
Clyde Johnson
Clyde Johnson
1875 - 1899

Jacob Johnson was a stone mason and a judge.

1838


Age: 21y

property


Jacob M Johnson purchases 40 acres in the land district of St. Louis in Missouri, no county given at the time. This is most likely our Jacob M Johnson.
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1838 Duke University is established in North Carolina.

1839


Oct 20
Age: 23y

birth of child


Richard Henry Johnson
Missouri, USA ⇓
In 1839 Scotland County had not been established - it was created in 1841 from Lewis County
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1839 • The Anti-Corn Law League is founded in Manchester.

1840


Age: 23y
1840 • The Penny Black, the world's first postage stamp, becomes valid for the pre-payment of postage.

1842


Sep 
Age: 26y

1845


Feb 22
Age: 28y
1845 • President John Tyler signs a bill authorizing the United States to annex the Republic of Texas.

1847


Nov 9
Age: 31y

1850


Age: 33y
1850 United States Senator Daniel Webster gives his "Seventh of March" speech in which he endorses the Compromise of 1850 in order to prevent a possible civil war.
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1850


Age: 33y
1850 Clayton–Bulwer Treaty is signed by the United States and Great Britain, allowing both countries to share Nicaragua and not claim complete control over the proposed Nicaragua Canal.

1852


Apr 7
Age: 35y
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1854


Age: 37y
about

1855


Age: 38y
1855 Taiping Rebellion: A Taiping army of 350,000 invades Anhui.

1860


Jul 16
Age: 44y
1860 Battle of Castelfidardo: The Piedmontese decisively defeat the Papal forces, allowing them to continue their march into Neapolitan territory, and effectively reducing the Papal States to the territory around Rome.

1861


Dec 23
Age: 45y
1861 • American Civil War: Florida secedes from the Union.

1866


Age: 49y

occupation


Scotland County, Missouri, USA ⇓
Jacob M. Johnson, elected to serve as one of three county court justices, 1866-1868.
1866 Battle of Königgratz: the Prussian army under King Wilhelm and Helmuth von Moltke defeats the Austrian army of Ludwig von Benedek, leading to a decisive Prussian victory in the Austro-Prussian War.

1867


Jan 8
Age: 50y
1867 Emperor Meiji of Japan marries Empress Shōken (née Masako Ichijō). The Empress consort is thereafter known as Lady Haruko.

1869


Feb 23
Age: 52y
1869 • The first American chapter of Kappa Sigma is founded at the University of Virginia.

1870


Age: 53y
1870 • It is revealed that the famed Cardiff Giant is just carved gypsum and not the petrified remains of a human.

1870


Oct 29
Age: 54y
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1873


Age: 56y
1873 Battle of Bocairente (Third Carlist War): Campaigning in Valenica, Spanish Republican General Valeriano Weyler is attacked at Bocairente, northwest of Alcoy, by a greatly superior Carlist force under General José Santés. Weyler was initially driven back, losing some of his guns, but in a brilliant counter-attack he turns defeat into victory and Santés is heavily repulsed and forced to withdraw.
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1875


Age: 58y
1875 • Ten sophomores from Rutgers College (now Rutgers University) steal a one-ton cannon from the campus of the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) and start the Rutgers-Princeton Cannon War.

1884


Jul 14
Age: 68y

will


Union, Scotland, Missouri, USA ⇓
Jacob's last will and testament lists his living children (10) and marriage to Martha E.
1884 Timişoara is the first town of Europe with streets illuminated by electric light.

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