Yuma County, Colorado
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Frederick D. and wife Mary (Newell) Johnson, wife Margaret (Campbell) Johnson
One possible is the Davis Fred Johnson in 1870 Sullivan County, New Hampshire, 9, with parents ? Amos D. 46 and Cynthia 32. George Johnson is a farm laborer, 20. All were born in New Hampshire.
In 1880 Strafford County, New Hampshire (the same county as the Newells) Fred Johnson is 20, living with George B. Johnson 42 - but at the end of the eight shoe-workers, as though he was not a son.
In 1880 Sullivan County, Fred E. Davis is stepson of Amos D. Johnson 55. Cynthia A. is 42.
Cynthia A. Johnson, widow of Amos D., is living in Claremont, New Hampshire in 1905, at 28 Tutherly Avenue.
In 1900 Wray, Fred D. Johnson is widowed, born April 1860 in Maine, a ranchman. Frank S. was born January 1890 in Colorado, Lura A. Decembeer 1893 in Colorado. Ellen J. Dalyrimple Nov 1849 in Wisconsin is a servant.
November 2, 1900 "F. D. Johnson and Miss Maggie Campbell were the guests of Mrs. M. L. Hayes Tuesday."
Mrs. Fred D. Johnson became a member of the Wray Presbyterian Church in 1895.
Lura and Frank are with father Fred H. Johnson in 1910 Wray. Fred runs a retail lumber yad, married for the second time, nine years to Margaret C. - her first marriage. Margaret is 50, born in New York. Frank is 18, a farm laborer. They have a servant, Ethel M. Green, 19.
Margaret's parents were Peter Campbell 1827-1915 buried in Washington County, New York, # 126382440, with Mary J. Campbell 1829-1922, # 126382394.
In 1880 Washington, D.C., Peter is a banker and broker, 54, with Mary J. 50, and Margaret 21, all born in New York. They have a maid..
In 1890 (census fragment) Washington, D.C., Elizabeth C. Dallas is 40, divorced, born in New York. Her children Mary C. 16, Everett H. 12, and John C. 6, all three born in New York, father born in Ohio. S Sister Margaret Campbell, 30 is with them.
July 13, 1901 Wray "John Dallas arrived from Washington, D. C., yesterday and will spend the summer vacation with his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, and his aunt, Mrs. F. D. Johnson. He was accompanied by the Misses Miller of Chicago."
November 8, 1907
1909 Colorado Experiment Station bulletin-
1910 Fort Collins "Mrs. F.D. Johnson and son, Frank, and daughter Laura, and William and Margaret Rosencrans, all of Wray, are guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. A.J. White. They are attending the short course."
1913 "Fred Johnson and family of Wray visited at the Rosencrans ranch last Sunday."
September 23, 1915 "Mrs. E. C. Dallas left Tuesday for her home in Washington, D. C. Mrs. Dallas is a daughter of Mrs. Peter Campbell and a sister of Mrs. F. D. Johnson and had been visiting in their homes for three weeks. She is employed by the government in the treasury department in Washington."
Margaret Campbell married F.D. Johnson on January 1, 1901, recorded in Yuma County.
"Miss Lura Johnson came down from Fort Collins yesterday morning, called here by the death of her grandfather, the late Peter Campbell."
January 14, 1915 "John A. Campbell of Trenton, N. J., and his sister, Mrs. E. C. Dallas, of Washington, D. C. reached Wray Saturday morning, called here by the death of their father, the late Peter Campbell. They departed Tuesday night for their respective homes."
October 1915 " Mrs. Mary Campbell and daughter, Mrs. Fred Johnson, departed yesterday morning for Mankato, Kansas, where they will visit their friend, Mrs. Margaret Bishop, for a week or ten days."
May 4, 1916 Wray "John Campbell arrived Friday morning from his home in Trenton, N. J., and remained until yesterday visiting with his mother, Mrs. Mary Campbell, and his sister, Mrs. F. D. Johnson. While here Mr. Campbell had a memorial window placed in the Presbyterian church as a tribute to his father, the late Peter Campbell, who for so many years was one of the most prominent members of that congregation. The window was placed above the pulpit and Rev. A. N. Wolff held a brief dedicatory service Sunday morning, dedicating it to the memory of Uncle Peter Campbell, as he was familiarly known in Wray and vicinity."
September 7, 1916 "Mrs. Dallas of Washington, D. C., is in town visiting her mother, Mrs. Peter Campbell, and her sister, Mrs. F. D. Johnson."
May 31, 1917 "Mrs. F. D. Johnson and mother, Mrs. Peter Campbell, arrived home the first of the week from a visit of two months or more with relatives and friends in Trenton, New Jersey, New York City and Washington."
May 4, 1922 "The bodies of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Campbell were taken back to the old home at Cambridge, N. Y., for burial, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Johnson having accompanied the bodies and started on the long journey last Friday evening. A short funeral service was held over the remains of Mrs. Campbell last Friday afternoon."
April 27, 1922
In 1920 Wray, Frederick D. 60 and Margaret 59 are alone. In 1930 they're 70, and a lodger Thomas Collins, 51 is iwth them, doing odd jobs.
In 1940 Wray, Fred and Margaret are 80, with a housekeeper Myra D. Rosenkrans 73, widowed, like Margaret born in New York.
Fred D. Johnson 1860-1944 is buried in Wray # 64261738, next to Mary A. Johnson 1851-1899.
June 8, 1906
April 13, 1916 "Frank Johnson returned Monday from a two weeks visit with friends and relatives in several points in New York."
Frank Samuel Johnson registered for WWI with a Wray address, born June 1, 1891, sorking for F.D. Johnson as a farmer and water commissioner.
Frank S. Johnson of Wray proved up some land in 32, 2N 43W in 1919, witnesses Sadie Gentry, Leonard D. Smith, Harry K. Shriner, and George Grigsby, all of Wray.
April 17, 1919 "Frank Johnson has recently returned from a trip to New York, where he had been visiting his wife. Mrs. Johnson has been in New York the greater part of the winter, but will return soon."
In 1920 Wray, Frank is 28, a rancher, married to Margaret A. 42 born in New York. She's a school teacher.
In 1940 San Diego, Frank is 49, widowed, born in Colorado - in Wray in 1935. He's a loader at an oil refinery, in a big boarding house
Frank Samuel Johnson, born June 1, 1891 in Colorado, mother Chamberlain, died May 31, 1953 in San Diego County.
He's buried in Mount Hope, San Diego, # 57712901.
In 1910 Yuma County, Walter N. Ainslie is 17, with farming parents Thomas N. 50 and May E. 42, both born in Ohio. Prentice is 13 born in Georgia, Andrew 2 in Ohio.
May 12, 1911
August 6, 1914
August 25, 1918 Walter Ainslie married "Lina" Johnson, recorded in Yuma County.
1918 "Walter M. Ainslie, for the past eight months district representative of the Armour Packing company, with headquarters in Steamboat Springs, departed Saturday for Berkeley, Calif., to enter the School of Military Aeronautics, having been accepted as a member of the Aviation corps."
In 1920 Glenwood Springs, Colorado, Lura is 26, married to Walter M. Ainslie, 27, born in Georgia, a commercial meat dealer.
June 2, 1920
October 1, 1920
January 12, 1922
They're in Lake County, Illinois in 1930, Walter a salesman. Margaret Agnes 9 was born in Colorado.
1938 Long Beach
The three of them are in Long Beach, California in 1940.
Walter Melvin Ainslie, born Nov 26, 1892, mother Prentice, died January 28, 1954 in Kern County, California.
"The Kern County traffic toll was on-its way to setting a new monthly record this morning with the death of Walter M. Ainslie, 61, in San Joaquin Hospital. Ainslie was the third fatality in the Tuesday evening head-on collision of two sedans, 10 miles west of Wasco on Highway 466."
Lura Abigail Ainsley, born December 6, 1893 in Colorado, mother Chamberlain, father Johnson, died October 21, 1994 in Los Angeles County.
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