[private daughter (2000s - unknown)],
[private son (2000s - unknown)] and
[private son (2000s - unknown)]
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I began researching my family tree in 1986 and my family tree website has been online in some form since 1996. It's current home since 2008 is http://family.beacondeacon.com/
The Family Tree of James Arthur Johnson and research/sources thereof
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- Fisher is my mother's maiden surname. Her ancestry is at http://family.beacondeacon.com/cjfj.htm The Fishers came from an area between the Netherlands and Germany. They arrived in Pennsylvania and made their way to the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.
- Johnson is my father's surname. His ancestry is at http://family.beacondeacon.com/whj.htm The Johnsons weren't necessarily Scottish. Y-DNA research shows that while my Johnsons could have lived in Scotland at one time, the Y-DNA ancestor was near Yorkshire, England, 1000 years ago. My branch of Johnsons is verified to one generation before the American Revolution in Virginia and following the Revolution in North Carolina in Rowan, Randolph and Davidson counties.
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- Jamie Johnson:
Family Tree DNA Y-DNA Test 111 markers, haplogroup R-M269, FTDNA kit #B49613
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