Or, a saltire vair betw. three fleurs-de-lis or, as many escallops of the second; another, per bend ar. 27) (Pinchbeck, co. Lincoln). ducally crowned or. two lozenges az. Stowe MS. 670, fo. I owe duty to God and the king. Shubel Johnson, Connecticut, Rank of Private Crest—A dexter arm embowed in armour firing a pistol all ppr. betw. 3) (Milton Bryant, co. Bedford; granted to Nicholas Johnson by St. George, Clarenceux, 1632). Willelmus Joneson, 1379:Poll Tax of Yorkshire. MS. 4966, fo. 35) (London). 3, 2275, fo. ; sinister, a light-infantry man habited and accoutred and arms trailed ppr. by Camden. Fugite fures omnes. Mr. Ralph Johnson (b. 11) (Worcester; Benjamin Johnson, Sheriff co. Worcester, 1763). Ar. Howard Hille Johnson (1846-1913), American blind educator and founder of the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and Blind on a chief of the last three annulets of the first. Davy Johnson, who arrived in Massachusetts in 1630 3) Sara Eleanor died unmarried 22 Oct. 1849. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, a leopard’s head and neck gu. Nancy A. died when four years old. on a saltire sa. crowned or. gu. Christopher Johnson, younger son of William Johnson of Loup House, and grandson of another William Johnson, of Loup House, who was living 1673, had issue two sons, of whom the elder, William succeeded his uncle, William Johnson at Loup House, and was ancestor of the late Cuthbert Johnson, Esq. Johnson is a name that comes from the given name John and the name literally means "son of John." Early American Immigration and New World Settlers three ounces’ heads erased of the first. on a chief dovetailed vert three acorns slipped and leaved of the first. Christ Johnson, who arrived in New York, NY in 1905 on a chief or, a lion pass. Commons is a freely licensed media file repository. three pheons gu. Add. Mr. James Johnson, aged 6 who emigrated to Canada, arriving at the Grosse Isle Quarantine Station in Quebec aboard the ship “Sir Henry Pottinger” departing from the port of Belfast, Ireland but died on Grosse Isle on 1st October 1847 Coll. JOHNSON….deputy of St. Buttolph’s, Aldersgate Ward, London; arg., a pheon az. 2) Walter Maurice, Lieut. Ar. JOHNSON, CAPT. and two spears saltireways in base or, five cocks of the field. Crest—A mermaid, holding in the dexter hand a sceptre, and in the sinister a mirror all ppr. Luther Johnson, 2nd Regiment, South Carolina Artillery, Confederate, South Carolina sa. Mus., Add. Or, a water bouget sa. 137) a bend sa. Frederick Johnson, 12th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry, Union, Massachusetts two chevronels betw. combed and wattled or, standing upon the fasces gold. of the last three cushions or. Deo regique debeo. spots of the first. Erm. (The first of the old family to come to the New World was Captain Edward Johnson, who came from Boston, the colony of Massachusetts, in 1630. three pheons gu. Az. © 2000- 2020 Swyrich Corporation, all rights reserved. This name is highly distributed all around England, but there are fewer instances in the southern counties. Arnold Johnson, who landed in Wisconsin in 1917, Johnson Settlers in Canada in the 17th, 18th, 19th Century on a chief gu. It was originally pronounced and spelt Jone; v. Jones. Ar. Charlotte, m. John George Image, late captain 21st Fusiliers, ami has issue, two sons and two daughters. 46) (Luffenham, co. Rutland; granted 1592). Same Arms. 3) Frances Alathea born 17 December 1849; died 16 February 16, 1850. 65) (Edinburgh). William Johnes, Montgomeryshire: Register of the University of Oxford, 1600. Wautier Jonessone, in the charters known as the “Calendar of Documents”, which relate to the government of Scotland in 1296, Crest—A lion ramp, erminois, holding in the dexter paw a mullet as in the arms, the dexter foot resting on a cross moline gu. gu. Crest—On a mural crown ppr. of Ayscough-Fee Hall, co. Lincoln and Blundeston Lodge, Suffolk, J.P., D.L., Major Royal South Lincoln Militia born 24 June 1815; married 1st 26 August 1841, Elizabeth the daughter and heir of Rev. on a chev. three ounces’ heads erased of the field, langued gu., quartering for Robert Johnson, B.D., Archdeacon of Leicester, the founder, in 1548, of the school at Uppingham, and subsequently of that at Oakham: Ar. in. David Johnson, 1st Regiment, Minnesota Heavy Artillery, Union, Minnesota 54) Ar. all ppr. betw. Crest—A spur erect, betw. 4) Katherine Anna. for Aldborough, married Sir Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafford; William Henry, from whom the Johnsons of Spalding. turned up erm. Removing this item from your shopping cart will remove your associated sale items. 1977), born in Hereford. betw. as many pheons sa. 5th August, 1880. In Newfoundland, Thomas Johnson settled in St. John's in 1666, Thomas Johnson came to Quidi Vidi in 1680, and James Johson was in Lower Island Cove in 1768. 57) (Ulverscroft and Burleigh Field, co. Leicester; George William Lillingston, Esq., of Burleigh Field, only son of Rev. Mr. Jonas Johnson U.E. Johnson is a name of ancient Norman origin. MS. 146, fo. gu. Crest—On a mount vert an ibex sejant erm. on a chief of the last three annulets or. Gu. MSS. Crest—An estoile within a spur erect betw. born 25 DEcember 1800 married 18 January 1838, Agnes Harrison the 3rd daugther of John Greenwood, Esq. a saltire sa. in chief three estoiles of the last, and in base a salmon n ai ant In water ppr. Willelmus Johnson, 1379:Poll Tax of Yorkshire. ), eldest son and heir. Willus Johnson de Spalding, as appears by the rolls in the Tower, was appointed assessor of the Poll-ta, co. Lincoln. on a chief of the second three bezants. Ar. Thomas Jonsoun was burgess of Ayr in 1503 (Friars Ayr, p. 70) Baptised in 1583 ar. gu. three bezants. Crest—A crescent or, issuant therefrom a pheon, the whole betw. holding in the beak a palmer’s scrip of the last. St. David’s. 18, 5839, fo. Crest—A spear’s head ar. Arms—Gu., on a saltire, erm., five crosses moline, sa., a chief of the second, charged with three mullets of the third. JOHNSON, NICHOLAS, of Milton Bryan, Bedf., and to his brothers. Another 82 words (6 lines of text) covering the years 1296, 1375, 1503, 1572, 1637, 1629, 1675, 1644, 1713, 1680, 1689, 1659, 1719, 1689, 1719, 1688, 1775, 1682, 1735, 1717, 1719, 1797 and are included under the topic Early Johnson History in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products wherever possible. II. JOHNSON OF AYSCOUGH-FEE HALL. He d. 6th June, 1821, and was buried at Stalham, having had issue, i. Richard (Rev. John Johnson, his father, was a ship carpenter, and married Mehitable Dacy. The name has been spelled Johnson, Joneson, Jonson, Joynson and others. two crosses flory of the last. an ounce’s head erased ar. 8) Margaret died unmarried 1824. five crosses moline of the field; Crest, a wolf’s head erased per pale crenellee ar. JOHNSON, JAMES WOODBINE, Esq. cc) Robert of Eastbourne a Commander in the E.I.CO’S maritime service. of Wallington, co. Berks, and the late Cuthbert William Johnson, Esq., F.R.S., Barrister-at-Law. of Wairakaia, Gisborne, Poverty Bay, New Zealand, J. P., and captain in the New Zealand Militia, b. betw. truetrue. one in chief and two in the flanks, and two tilting apears saltireways in base of the second, five game cocks of the first. a bend sa. guard. Harl. Imogene Powers Johnson (1930-2018), American billionaire, according to Forbes, she was worth 3.6 billion, widow of Samuel Curtis Johnson three pheons gu. three woolpacks or. two cocks of the second, crested and jelloped or, a snake vert. Motto—Nunquam non paratus. Johnson Coat of Arms from ENGLAND. Crest—A lion’s head couped gu. on a bend sa. of Southwick Hall, co. Northampton by Grace his wife, daughter and heir of Rev. Morgan’s Sphere, 118; see Harl. encircled with a ducal crown or, the hand grasping a sword ppr. Are you sure you want to delete this item from your shopping cart? Az. three boars’ heads sa. 52) Az. in. Charter 19,882. and az. 17th August, 1795. two lions counter-ramp, supporting a dexter hand gu. in the hand a roundle of the first, DIXON. Arthur Johnson, who arrived in Virginia in 1713 Per pale sa. William Johnson married Isbell Pyckering February 28, 1550 in Aldringham, Suffolk, England He has also held other local offices in his township. four pheons gu. Johnson Settlers in United States in the 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th Century two shackleholts ar. Motto~ Onus sub honore. on a chev. three erm. Size of this PNG preview of this SVG file: I, the copyright holder of this work, hereby publish it under the following license: Add a one-line explanation of what this file represents.