See also

Family of George JOHNSON and Elizabeth ANDERTON

Husband: George JOHNSON (1729-1794)
Wife: Elizabeth ANDERTON (1737-bef1815)
Children: Henry JOHNSON (1765-1765)
Henry JOHNSON (1766-1767)
George JOHNSON (bef1767-1838)
Marriage 25 Aug 1764 Carlton Juxta Snaith

Husband: George JOHNSON

Name: George JOHNSON
Sex: Male
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1729
Occupation Farmer
Death 25 Mar 1794 (age 64-65) Seaton Ross

Wife: Elizabeth ANDERTON

Name: Elizabeth ANDERTON
Sex: Female
Father: Henry ANDERTON (bef1703-1765)
Mother: Elizabeth AINSCOUGH (bef1709-1783)
Birth 1737 Lancs
Death bef 29 Aug 1815 (age 77-78) Seaton Ross, East Yorkshire
Burial 29 Aug 1815 Seaton Ross, East Yorkshire

Child 1: Henry JOHNSON

Name: Henry JOHNSON
Sex: Male
Birth 1765
Christening 21 Jul 1765 (age 0) Seaton Ross
Death Jul 1765 (age 0)
Burial 23 Jul 1765

Child 2: Henry JOHNSON

Name: Henry JOHNSON
Sex: Male
Birth 1766
Christening 8 Oct 1766 (age 0)
Death 1767 (age 0-1)
Burial 28 May 1767

Child 3: George JOHNSON


George JOHNSON, Johnson Gravestones - Seaton Ross


Spouse: Jane BIELBY, Johnson Gravestones - Seaton Ross

Name: George JOHNSON
Sex: Male
Spouse: Jane BIELBY (1774-1811)
Birth bef Nov 1767 Seaton Ross, East Yorkshire
Christening 8 Nov 1767 (age 0)
Occupation Farmer at Lincoln Flatts
Death 29 Jul 1838 (age 70) Seaton Ross, East Yorkshire
Burial Jul 1838

Note on Husband: George JOHNSON

Farmer at Lincoln Platts

Note on Wife: Elizabeth ANDERTON

Steve Chandler got the following from the Borthwick Institute for Historical Research.


Microfilm R.C. MF 102


Liber status animarum (a statement on the spiritual condition of the Parish)



"Elizabeth Johnson a convert, wife to George Johnson a protestant at Lincoln Flatts, a communicant she has yet no child. She is the daughter of the late Henry Anderton."


Also "Elizabeth Anderton relict of the late Henry Anderton a protestant. She returned to the catholic religion and a communicant"


(I think Henry Anderton in the above paragraph should read George Johnson, or is it me being thick? Alternatively relict should read Daughter?)


Elizabeth was a Wesleyan for a while.