John Johanson

16 May 1834 - 4 Mar 1930

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16 May 1834 - 4 Mar 1930
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John Johanson John Johanson was born 16 May 1834 at Trola Ljungby Kristianstad, Sweden (or Vanaberg). His father, John Anderson, he never knew. When he was six years old his mother married a Mans Tufvasson. When he was about nine years old his mother died. He then lived with a neighbor of theirs and
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John Johanson

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West 10000 North
Elwood, Box Elder, Utah
United States
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History of John and Marian Larson Johanson

Contributor: Judiwh Created: 1 year ago Updated: 1 year ago

John Johanson John Johanson was born 16 May 1834 at Trola Ljungby Kristianstad, Sweden (or Vanaberg). His father, John Anderson, he never knew. When he was six years old his mother married a Mans Tufvasson. When he was about nine years old his mother died. He then lived with a neighbor of theirs and his grandmother, Bengta Rasmusson, for about six years. At the age of fifteen he started to work at different odd jobs, even at the big dam near Kristianstad which was built by English capital. At twenty-one he went to Denmark and labored for two years. Then he came back to Sweden where he took sick and was laid up for about six months. He stayed in Sweden for about 1½ years and then he went to Danish Island where he worked for a while. He went from there to Copenhagen where he worked in brick yards and a brewery, also a dairy and stone-cutting. He was working at Randera Yuland when Germany took Schleswig Holstein from Denmark. He made two or three visits back to Sweden. He then worked at Alborg, Denmark, breaking rocks. It was at this place where he first heard the gospel of Jesus Christ and met the first member of the Mormon Church – a lady who was rooming at the place where he was boarding. After conversing with this lady in Alborg, and having many arguments with her, he finally became interested and borrowed her books and tracts and studied the gospel. He then went with this lady to a Mormon Conference and within two weeks, he was baptized by Elder G. Andriesen on 14 June 1869 and was confirmed on the same day by Jens Johanson. Then the spirit of immigration gradually took possession of him so he remained in Alborg for a year in order to earn his fare to Utah. He arrived at Salt Lake City, 11 August 1870. John brought to Salt Lake City a little girl whose parents were living there and he stayed with them about two weeks. Then they sent him up to Bear Lake to look for job. He walked to Bear Lake from Salt Lake City with a pack on his back. He found work on a farm with a Mr. Fredrickson and worked for him that fall and winter for his board. The next spring he walked back to Salt Lake City for April conference. While at conference he heard of railroad work south of the city and went there and worked for two days. Then he got work on the Brigham Young Canal and worked there for a few days. While working on the canal job he boarded with a Swedish family. It was at this time and place that he met Miss Marion Larson who was doing some sewing for this family. He was persuaded by this man to accompany Miss Larson home the next day. The Swedish family lived at Holladay, so the next day he walked from there with her to her home at East Mill Creek. He met her mother and step-father, Katrina and Alvah Alexander. Mr. Alexander hired him as foreman on his farm. Soon after that, on 4 September 1871, he married the daughter Marion Larson. Marian Larson Marion Larson, along with her mother and grandparents Nils and Martha Nilson, had been converted to Mormonism in Sweden. Her father Johannes Larsson, rejected the gospel. Katrina Nilson Larson, along with her sister Maria immigrated to America and Utah in 1866; crossing the plains with one of the hand-cart companies. (While crossing the plains one of the women, Maria Nilson, was captured by Indians and never seen again.) Katrina Larson had left her husband and daughters Marian and Justine in Sweden. But in 1869 the eldest of the daughters, Marian, was permitted to join her mother, and journeyed to Utah with her grandparents. They entered Utah in the year of the completion of the transcontinental railroad (1869). Katrina was recruited to be a cook at a sawmill operated by Alvah Alexander, being hired from the Immigration Station upon her arrival in Utah. She later married Alexander and they became the parents of four children: Julia, Joseph, Pheobe, and Charles Oscar. Marian lived with her mother and step-father in their East Mill Creek home, and it was while she was residing there that she met and was married to John Johanson. John and Marian John and Marian lived on the Alexander farm for some time. He then made arrangements with Mr. Alexander, now his step-father-in-law, to buy part of his place for about two hundred dollars. He started to build it up, moved over, and lived there for a short time when the United Order was introduced. He soon became interested, sold the place to a Mr. Sutherland for about the same price he paid for it and moved into the United Order in the spring of 1875 at Salt Lake City, Utah. They rigged themselves with clothes and took with them one cow. He was sent out as a foreman on a farm that was operated by the Order, southeast of Sugarhouse. While living at the Alexander home, two children were born to John and Marion, John on 27 December 1872 and Anna on 24 December 1874. Anna died the same day that she was born. John died on 10 August 1875 at East Millcreek where he had been taken for treatment. While in the Order, a third child was born 16 Dec 1875, Joseph Andrew at which time they were living at the John L. Blidh’s home or hotel on State Street, between 3rd and 4th South Streets. They lived in the Order for about two years and while there he married a plural wife by the name of Margaret. They soon became dissatisfied and separated. She married another man shortly after. When they left the Order, they moved to a farm southeast of Salt Lake City, belonging to George Q. Cannon. He soon became ill so they moved back to East Mill Creek where he soon recovered, and then moved up north to Huntsville. They lived there for about a year and a half. While there Charles Edwin was born on the ninth of April 1878. He also hurt himself severely while there by slipping on a snowy log while helping to build a log house, so after a year and a half they had to move back to East Mill Creek. When fully recovered from this trouble, they moved out to President John Taylor’s farm at South Jordan. While there he helped to build one of the South Jordan canals, for which he received his first team and wagon. Marian Catherine was born here on 5 March 1880. They were on this place for two or three years. Jerry Hatch of Ashley Fork, now Vernal, Utah, came and persuaded them to leave the Taylor place and move to Ashley Fork. He worked for Jerry Hatch’s sons for one year and lived in their granary and with Bartlett and Woodruffs during that time. He then traded his two horses to Jerry Hatch’s brother-in-law for the one hundred and sixty acre farm on Green River. Alva Rudolph was born at Ashley Fork on the first of December 1882, before they moved to their Green River farm. They lived there for about three years, and built a two-roomed log house. They had the farm fixed up fairly well with stock and equipment. Peter Nils was born here on 16 August 1885. He died 2 September 1885. They then sold the place to John Angus of Spanish Fork for $1000 – mostly in live stock, and moved back to East Mill Creek. They lived at the John Holden place in Murray that winter with Nils Johnson. He then went to Spanish Fork and got some cows and horses which were due him from John Angus on the Green River place then in the spring of 1886 they moved back to East Mill Creek and ran the Alva Alexander farm for one year. While living at East Mill Creek a daughter Julia Georgina was born on 14 October 1886. In the spring of 1887 they moved over to Taylorsville and leased the Jessey W. Fox farm of 60 acres. They lived there for nine years. Elizabeth was born on 27 September 1888 (Charles Edwin died 5 June 1890). Mary Alice was born in Taylorsville 6 October 1891; the mother Marian died on 19 December 1891 and in the following spring the two younger girls were taken into the home of William H. Haigh for adoption. John after Marian On March 1892 John married Signal H. Hansen Anderson, who had one son, Anders Peter. All went well for three or four years (except for a fall from a hay wagon which laid him up for some weeks). In the fall on 1894 John and the two boys Andres and Joseph A., went up to Bear River valley and bought 20 acres of land from the Bear River Canal company. He had some plowing done that fall and moved up there the next spring. It was in that year, 30 June 1895 that the daughter Elizabeth died. They made Bear River their home for twenty-five years. The children left home, one at a time, until only John and his wife remained. They did some temple work from 19 to 23 May 1903; they had a burn out on 19 June 1913 when their house and everything in it was completely destroyed. The house was rebuilt by insurance and with the help of neighbors and the children. Signal died 3 September 1920. John Johanson had had been personally acquainted with all the Presidents of the Church except the Prophet Joseph Smith. His testimony since he joined the Church had always been strong in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. When his wife died he sold the farm to Mr. Maldrum for $4800 and moved to Egin, Idaho, eleven miles north of Rexburg, and lived with his son Joseph Andrew. In the spring of 1929 the family moved to Rexburg, where on 4 March 1930 he died at the age of 96 and was buried at Ellwood, Utah his old home. His health was fairly good and he was mentally alert until the end. Summary Information Marian Larson 1st child of Johannas Larson (1829-1919) and Katrina Nilson (1835-1905) was born 22 March 1855 in Trola Ljungby Kristianstad, Sweden. Marian married John Johanson on 4 September 1871 in Salt Lake City, Utah; she died 19 December 1891 in Taylorsville, Utah. John Johanson was born 16 May 1834 in Trola Ljungby Kristianstad, Sweden son of John Anderson, (clocker) or chorister (1804-1862) and Anna Knutson (1807-1845). John Johanson was the only son of Johan Anderson and Anna Knutson. Hey were never married. Later, Anna Knutson married Måns Tufvasson. Marion Larson and John Johanson had ten children: Marian and John had ten children, five of whom died in early childhood; the surviving children are: Joseph Andrew, Marian Katrina Carruth, Alva Rudolph, Julia Georgina Hansen, and Mary Alice Cornwall. John Johanson, b. 27 December 1872 in Salt lake City, Utah, d. 10 August 1875. Annie Johanson, b. 24 December 1874 in Salt lake City, Utah, d. 24 December 1874. Joseph Andrew Johanson, b.16 December 1875, d.16 December 1948; m. Anna Wilhelmina Blunch. Charles Edwin Johanson, b. 7 April 1878 in Huntsville, Utah, d. 5 June 1890. Mary Katrina Johanson, b. 5 March 1880, m. James W. Carruth. Alva Rudolph Johanson, b. 1 December 1882, m. Evelyn Mary Hokanson. Peter Nils Johanson, b. 16 August 1885, in Vernal, Utah, d. 2 September 1885. Julia Georgina Johanson, b. 14 October 1886, m. Jacob Hansen. Pheobe Elizabeth Johanson, b. 27 September 1888 in Taylorsville, Utah, d. 30 June 1895. Mary Alice Johanson, b. 6 October 1891, m. J. Spencer Cornwall. John Johanson was ordained an Elder by Joseph F. Smith 4 Sept 1871 Ordained High Priest by Orren P. Miller 2 March 1892 Orren P. Miller ordained HP 8 Aug 1886 by Angus McCanan who was ordained HP 9 May 1873 by George B. Wallace who was ordained HP July 1844 by apostle Brigham Young ordained 14 Feb 1835 by the three witnesses and they was ordained by Joseph Smith and Joseph Smith the Prophet was ordained by Jesus Christ. A. R. Johanson Just a conversation between Evelyn H. Johanson and Grandpa John Johanson. Grandpa John Johanson told both me and my father Pehr Hokanson that his desire, was to be sealed to Måns Tufvasson, since his own father rejected he and his mother. Would not acknowledge them at all, Grandpa said. Tufvasson was kind to him and his mother, and was the only real father he ever knew. Signed Evelyn H. Johanson [I, Douglas K. Johanson copied this history from two sources. They came from another copy of the history. I do not know who has the original. My first copy is typed and is on long genealogy paper. It is starting to fade. The cursive (under Summary line of authority) was handwritten by my grandfather Alva R. Johanson. The final paragraph (starting with “Just a conversation …) was only on a handwritten copy made by my grandmother Evelyn H. Johanson. This second source contained a little more information. It was run together, so I took the liberty of re-formatting it for clarity and corrected a few minor errors. I left the grammar and spelling as it was. To preserve it and make it more available to family members, I have digitized it. A scan of Grandma’s handwritten copy is also attached and includes a copy of an interesting letter on the last page. March 1st, 2015]

Family History and Biography of John Johanson

Contributor: Judiwh Created: 1 year ago Updated: 1 year ago

John Johanson was born 16 May 1834 at Trola Ljungby-Kristianstad, Sweden (or Vanaberg Co.). His father he never knew. When he was six years old his mother married again. When he was about nine years old his mother died. He then lived with a neighbor of theirs, and his grandmother, Bengta Rasmusson, for about six years. At fifteen he started to work at different odd jobs, even the big dam near Kristianstad which was built by English capital. At twenty one he went to Denmark and labored for two years. Then he came back to Sweden where he took sick, and was laid up for about six months. He stayed in Sweden for about a year and a half, and then he went over to a Danish Island where he worked for awhile. He went from there to Copen hagen where he worked on the brick yards and a brewery , also a dairy and stone cutting. He was working at Randera Yuland, when Germany took Schleswig Holstein from Denmark. He made two or three visits back to Sweden. He then worked at Alborg, Den(mark) breaking rocs. It was at this place where he first heard the Gospel of Jesus Christ and met the first member of the mormon church, a lady who was rooming at the place where he was boarding. After conversing with this lady and having many arguments with her, he finallybecame interested and borrowed her books and tracts and studied the Gospel. He then went with this lady to a mormon conference, and within two weeks afterhe was baptized by C. Anderson on the 14 June 1869 and was confirmed on the same day by Jens Johanson. Then the spirit of immigration gradually took possession of him, so he remained in Alborg for a year in order to earn his [fare] to Utah. He arrived at Salt Lake City 11 August 1870. He brought with him a little girl whose parents were here in Salt Lake City. And he stayed with them about two weeks. Then they sent him up to Bear Lake to look for a job. He walked to Bear Lake from Salt Lake City with a pack on his back. He found work on a farm with a Mr. Fredrickson and worked for him that fall and winter for his board. The next spring he walked back to Salt Lake City for April conference. While at conference he heard of Railroad work south of the city, he went there, worked for two days, when he got on the Brigham Young canal where he worked for a few days, while working there he boarded with a Swedish family. It was at this time and place that he met Miss Marion Larsson who was doing some sewing for this family, he was persuaded by this man to accompany Miss Sarsson home the next day, (these people lived at Holladay). She at East Mill Creek, some 4 or 5 miles apart. He walked from there with her to her home at East Mill Creek. He met her mother and step father, Catherine and Alvah Alexander. He was employed by Mr. Alexander as Foreman on his farm. Soon after that, one the 4 Sept. 1871, he married the daughter Marion Larsson. The lived on the Alexander farm for some time. He then made arrangements with Mr. Alexander, now his step father-in-law, to buy part of his place for about two hundred dollars. He started to build it up, moved over and lived there for a short time when the united order was introduced. He became interested, sold the place to a Mr. August Sutherland for about the same price that he paid for it. And moved into the United Order in the Spring of 1875 at Salt Lake City, Utah. They rigged themselves up with clothes and took withthem one cow. He was sent out as foreman on a farm that was operated by the Order southeast of Sugarhouse. While they were at Alexander’s, two children were born to them-John on the 27 Dec 1872, and Anna on the 24 Dec. 1874. Anna died the same day that she was born. John died on the 10 Aug. 1875, at East Mill Creek, where he had been taker for treatment. While in the Order, a third child, Joseph Andrew, was born on the 16 Dec. 1875 at John L. Blid’s (Blydh’s?) home or Hatell on State Street between 3 and 4 south on east side of street. They lived in the Order for about two years, and while there he married a plural wife by the name of Margaret. They soon became dissatisfied and separated. She married another party shortly after. When they left the Order, they moved to a farm southwest of Salt Lake City belonging to George Q. Cannon. He(John Johanson) soon became ill. So they moved back to East Mill Creek, where he soon recovered and moved up north to Huntsville. They lived there about a year and half. While there Charles Edwin was born on the 9 April 1878. He also hurt himself severely while there by slipping on a snowy log while helping to build a log house, so after a year and a half, they had to move back home to East Mill Creek, when fully recovered from this trouble we moved out to President John Taylor’s farm at South Jordan. And while there he helped to build one of the South Jordan canals, for which labor he received my first team and wagon. Marion Catherine was born here on the 5 Mar. 1880. We were on this place for two or three years. Jerry Hatch of Ashley fork, now Vernal, Utah, came and persuaded us to leave the Taylor place and move to Ashley Fork. He worked for Jerry Hatch’s sons for one year, and lived in their granary, and with Bartletts, and Woodruffs during the time. He then traded two horses to Jerry Hatche’s brother-in-law for the one hundred and sixty acres farm down on Green River. Alva Rudolph was born at Ashley Fork on the 1 Dec 1882, before they moved down to their Green River farm. They lived there for about 3 years, built a two room log house, and had it fixed up pretty good with stock and equipments. Peter Mils was born here on the 16 Aug 1885. They then sold the place to John Anguis of Spanish Fork for 1000 dollars mostly in live stock. We moved back to East Mill Creek. They stayed there alittle while, then moved down to Murray lived with Nils Johnson that winter, on the John Holder farm. While they were there, he went to Spanish Fork and got some of the horses and cows that were due them from John Anguis on the Green River place. The next spring 1886, they moved back to East Mill Creek and run Alva Alexander’s farm that summer. While they were there, Julia Georgenia was born 14 Oct. 1886. In the spring of 1887, we moved over to Taylorsville, leased Jesse W. Fox’s farm of 60 acres. They lived there for 9 years. Elisabeth was born here on there on the on the 27 Sept. 1889. Also Charles Edwin died, the 5 June 1890, and Mary Alice was born was born there on the 6 Oct 1891. Her mother, [John’s] wife, Marion, died the 19 Dec. 1891. [John] then let Bro. William H. Heigh take the two younger girls, Elisabeth and Mary Alice. Elisabeth died a few years later, 30 June 1895. [On the] 9 of Mar 1892, [John] married Signal H. Hanson Anderson. She has one son living Anders Peter. All went well for two or three years, except a fall from a hay wagon, which layed him up for some weeks. In the fall of 1894, they, [John], Anders and Joseph went up to the Bear Reiver valley, and bought land from the Bear River Canal Co. He bought 20 acres, the boys 30 each, which they soon gave up. They moved up there the next spring 1895. Made this their home for 25 years. The children left home one by one till he and his wife were alone. The 3 Sept. 1920 she died. They did some temple work for the 19 to 23 May 1903. They had a burn out the 19 June about 1913, when their hours and everything in it was completely burned up. [John Johanson] has been personally acquainted with all of the presidents of the church except Joseph Smith. [John Johanson]: “My testimony since I joined the church has always been strong in the Gospel of Jesus Christ.” When his wife died, he sold the farm to Mr. August Meldrem for $4800 dollars and moved to Egin, Idaho and lived with his son Joseph A. Johanson eleven miles north of Rexburg. In the spring of 1929, they moved to Rexburg where on the 4 Mar. 1930, he died at the age of 96, and was buried at Ellwood, Utah, his old home. His health was fairly good and mentally alert to the end. The house was rebuilt by Insurance and the help of neighbors and the children. By Joseph A. Johanson (Son of John Johanson) Transcribed by Michael J. Johanson (Great-great-grandson of John Johanson) from Joseph A. Johanson’s original journal. It was originally recorded in the first person, but was changed to the third person by a series of cross outs.

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1834
John Johanson was born on 16 May 1834
John Johanson was 6 years old when Samuel Morse receives the patent for the telegraph. Samuel Finley Breese Morse was an American painter and inventor. After having established his reputation as a portrait painter, in his middle age Morse contributed to the invention of a single-wire telegraph system based on European telegraphs. He was a co-developer of the Morse code and helped to develop the commercial use of telegraphy.
John Johanson was 25 years old when Petroleum is discovered in Titusville, Pennsylvania leading to the world's first commercially successful oil well. Petroleum is a naturally occurring, yellow-to-black liquid found in geological formations beneath the Earth's surface. It is commonly refined into various types of fuels. Components of petroleum are separated using a technique called fractional distillation, i.e. separation of a liquid mixture into fractions differing in boiling point by means of distillation, typically using a fractionating column.
John Johanson was 26 years old when Abraham Lincoln is elected as the 16th President of United States. Abraham Lincoln was an American statesman and lawyer who served as the 16th President of the United States from March 1861 until his assassination in April 1865. Lincoln led the United States through the American Civil War—its bloodiest war and perhaps its greatest moral, constitutional, and political crisis. In doing so, he preserved the Union, abolished slavery, strengthened the federal government, and modernized the economy.
John Johanson was 46 years old when Thomas Edison demonstrates incandescent lighting to the public for the first time, in Menlo Park, New Jersey. Thomas Alva Edison was an American inventor and businessman, who has been described as America's greatest inventor. He developed many devices that greatly influenced life around the world, including the phonograph, the motion picture camera, and the long-lasting, practical electric light bulb. Dubbed "The Wizard of Menlo Park", he was one of the first inventors to apply the principles of mass production and large-scale teamwork to the process of invention, and is often credited with the creation of the first industrial research laboratory.
John Johanson was 49 years old when Krakatoa begins to erupt; the volcano explodes three months later, killing more than 36,000 people. Krakatoa, or Krakatau, is a volcanic island situated in the Sunda Strait between the islands of Java and Sumatra in the Indonesian province of Lampung. The name is also used for the surrounding island group comprising the remnants of a much larger island of three volcanic peaks which was obliterated in a cataclysmic 1883 eruption.
John Johanson was 57 years old when Thomas Edison patents the motion picture camera. Thomas Alva Edison was an American inventor and businessman, who has been described as America's greatest inventor. He developed many devices that greatly influenced life around the world, including the phonograph, the motion picture camera, and the long-lasting, practical electric light bulb. Dubbed "The Wizard of Menlo Park", he was one of the first inventors to apply the principles of mass production and large-scale teamwork to the process of invention, and is often credited with the creation of the first industrial research laboratory.
John Johanson was 74 years old when Ford puts the Model T car on the market at a price of US$825. Ford Motor Company is an American multinational automaker headquartered in Dearborn, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit. It was founded by Henry Ford and incorporated on June 16, 1903. The company sells automobiles and commercial vehicles under the Ford brand and most luxury cars under the Lincoln brand. Ford also owns Brazilian SUV manufacturer Troller, an 8% stake in Aston Martin of the United Kingdom, and a 49% stake in Jiangling Motors of China. It also has joint-ventures in China, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, and Russia. The company is listed on the New York Stock Exchange and is controlled by the Ford family; they have minority ownership but the majority of the voting power.
John Johanson was 83 years old when Tsar Nicholas II of Russia was forced to abdicate in the February Revolution, ending three centuries of Romanov rule. Nicholas II or Nikolai II, known as Saint Nicholas in the Russian Orthodox Church, was the last Emperor of Russia, ruling from 1 November 1894 until his forced abdication on 15 March 1917. His reign saw the fall of the Russian Empire from one of the foremost great powers of the world to economic and military collapse. He was given the nickname Nicholas the Bloody or Vile Nicholas by his political adversaries due to the Khodynka Tragedy, anti-Semitic pogroms, Bloody Sunday, the violent suppression of the 1905 Russian Revolution, the executions of political opponents, and his perceived responsibility for the Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905). Soviet historians portray Nicholas as a weak and incompetent leader whose decisions led to military defeats and the deaths of millions of his subjects.
John Johanson was 94 years old when Walt Disney character Mickey Mouse premieres in his first cartoon, "Plane Crazy". Walter Elias Disney was an American entrepreneur, animator, voice actor and film producer. A pioneer of the American animation industry, he introduced several developments in the production of cartoons. As a film producer, Disney holds the record for most Academy Awards earned by an individual, having won 22 Oscars from 59 nominations. He was presented with two Golden Globe Special Achievement Awards and an Emmy Award, among other honors. Several of his films are included in the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress.
John Johanson died on 4 Mar 1930 at the age of 95
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