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JOHNSON, HAYS, BRUNOLDI, COLLIER

Journal by chrisepink

I am just new at this. Just was playing on my blackberry one day and entered my grandfathers name: Fred JOHNSON. Well you know what came up about 5,000,000 websites! I was so shocked. So now this serch is taking over my life. I haven't found much yet but love reading the stories and the history. My Fred JOHNSON was my idol. He was a strong man who comanded respect. He believed so strongly in hard work as a way of life,everyone who knew him knew that about him. And anyone around him learned from him. He believed in doing a job right or not at all. I miss him so. Died in 1976 Born in 1903. I should also mention that he was married 5 times and had at least 10 children that we know of! The oldest being my father, Hugh R JOHNSON. Another popular JOHNSON name.

Surnames: HAYS JOHNSON
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on 2011-04-14 02:56:06

chrisepink has been a Family Tree Circles member since Apr 2011. is researching the following names: JOHNSON, HAYS, BRUNOLDI and 2 other(s).

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by chrisepink on 2011-04-14 06:33:42

I am presently looking for info on my Fred Johnson; who had at least two brothers,Claud & Charlie. And at least one sister, Dixie. I know they all sent a lg pt of their later years at least in okla. Where they all eventually died. And my father ,son of Fred; was born and grew up here. But where was my grandfathers childhood home? And who were his parents? I believe my ggrandfathers name was Nicalos. We always thought he was of native american decent. But now I'm reading the johnson name is of Europen origins.So I am anxious to see what I learn.

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