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Johns Genealogy & History

Johns is an English and Welsh name, though it is far more popular in Wales than in England these days. It was originally derived from the personal name John, which in turn was derived from the Hebrew personal name "Yochanan", meaning "God has graced me with a son". Where Johns family history begins depends on which spelling variations one counts as still being in the same name family; one Pertus Johannis lived in Suffolk in 1230, and an Alanus filius Jene was in Lincolnshire in 1275. Johns genealogy includes Vernon Johns, who is considered to be the father of the American Civil Rights movement.

Johns Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Ray Johns-- --, 1923June 18,2002ID
B Virginia Johns-- --, 1918November 21,1997PA
C J Johns-- --, 1952August 4,2009CA
D Frank Johns-- --, 1918February ,1993NC

Johns Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Watts Johns-- --, 1914November ,1983Elizabethton,TN
F George Johns-- --, 1927June 7,1996Montgomery,PA
Gabriel Johns-- --, 1909June ,1979Ypsilanti,MI
H Donald Johns-- --, 1922May ,1982Bonsall,CA

Johns Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Alfred JohnsSarah GibsonAugust 21,1956Wake, NC
Carol JohnsEmma HortonAugust 17,1962Wake, NC
Dallas JohnsMargaret JonesMay 28,1936Wake, NC
Eugene JohnsBarbara SmithFebruary 22,1958Wake, NC

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