Amy was born in 1903 at 154 St. George's Road, Kingston-upon-Hull.
At 26, Amy became the first woman to fly on her own from Britain to Australia, having had less than a year’s flying experience. She completed the journey at Darwin Airport on 24 May, 1930, 19 days after leaving Croydon Airport in England. Papers released by the National Archives (England) to mark the 75th anniversary of the journey also show she carried an automatic pistol with her but did not have a radio. Johnson completed a Bachelor of Arts (Economics) from the University of Sheffield.
She was awarded the title of Commander of the British Empire in 1930.
She married Jim Mollison in 1932. (Jim was born in Glasgow, Scotland on 19 Apr 1905).
She crashed an air transport auxiliary plane into the Thames Estuary in 1938. Her body was never recovered.
Have you taken a DNA test for genealogy? If so, login to add it. If not, see our friends at Ancestry DNA.