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Salem Pioneer Cemetery ~ Julia A. Johns ~ part of the Marion County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
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Julia A. Johns
MAIDEN NAME: Tichnell AKA 1:  AKA 2:  AKA 3: 
BORN: 1 Nov 1823 DIED: 7 Mar 1918 BURIED: 8 Mar 1918
BIRTH PLACE:  Clarksburg, West Virginia
DEATH PLACE: Salem, Marion Co., Oregon
MARRIAGE - John A. Johns married Julia A. Titchenell [Tichnell] on 21 Apr 1844 in Madison Co., Illinois.
1860 OR CENSUS - J. A. Johns, age 40, male, occupation saddler, b. Kenucky, is enumerated with J., age 35, female, b. Virginia, along with Geo, age 15, b. Illinois, A., age 13, female, b. Illinois, H., age 10, female, b. Illinois, J. A., age 8, male, b. Oregon, K., age 6, male, b. Oregon, M., age 4, female, b. Oregon, W., age 3, b. Oregon, and J., age 1, female, b. Oregon.
OSBH DC (Marion County 1918) #124 - Julia A. Johns, female, widowed (John A. Johns), Housewife, b. 1 Nov 1823 in Clarksburg, W. Va., d. 7 Mar 1918 in Salem, Oregon (1925 Fir St.) at the age of 94 y's 4 m's 6 d's, name of father Tichnell (b. Scotland); mother born in England, interment 8 Mar, undertaker Rigdon, informant W. W. Johns of Salem.
Mrs. Julia Johns Cousin of President Tyler - Crossed Plains in 1851. 
Mrs. Julia Johns, first cousin of John Tyler, the tenth president of the United States, died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ada Johns, 1925 Fir street, at the age of 94 years. 
She had lived in Salem since 1853. In addition to her historical relationship, the pioneer woman was born on the old Lewis and Clark homestead at Clarksburg, Virginia. She drove across the unsettled western contingent with oxen, arriving in Oregon in 1851. Two years later she settled in Salem and has lived here since. 
As the result of an accident, Mrs. Johns has been an invalid for seven years. For many years she made it her desire to live to be 100 years old. Her husband died 16 years ago. 
Mrs. Johns is survived by great great grandchildren, great grandchildren and grandchildren. Two sons and three daughters survive. They are H. F. Johns and W. W. Johns of Salem; Mrs. Clara Wheeler, Portland; Mrs. Belle Bryan, Los Angeles, Calif.; and Mrs. Alice Campbell of Orting, Wash. 
The funeral will take p lace this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the family home, the services will be conducted by Rev. F. T. Porter. Burial will be in the Odd Fellows cemetery under the auspices of the Rigdon company. 
Oregon Statesman 8 Mar 1918 1:3

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OSBH DC (Marion County 1918) #124
Rigdon Vol 8 #97 
Saucy Survey
Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, 1763-1900
1860 OR CENSUS (Marion Co., Santiam, FA #4011)
OS 8 Mar 1918 1:3
LOT: 546 SPACE: 3 NE LONGITUDE: N 44° 55.183' LATITUDE: W 123° 02.877'

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