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Elizabeth Ann Moniac 

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Elizabeth Ann Moniac
1833 - 1875
Elizabeth Ann Moniac was born about 1833 somewhere in Alabama and died about 1875 somewhere in Florida. Dates for birth and death are estimated. She lived to be about 42 years old.

She is the daughter of Samuel Moniac and Susan Marlow.

William F. Johnson (1841)
Jane Johnson (1845)
James J. Johnson (3/9/1847-10/24/1924)-married Martha Sheffer
Eliza Johnson (1848)-married Harel McAlpin
Zillah Johnson (1851) - married Isaac Shores
Elijah Johnson (10/18/1854 -1/6/1944)-married Aquilla Ernest
Jackson Johnson (1855)
Sally Johnson (1856)-married William McAlpin
John Johnson (1858)
George R. Johnson
Census6/1/1860 Quincy FL (Gadsden County) 27 yrs old 
282 -James B. Johnson (48) ,Anne Johnson (45) ,William F. Johnson (19) Jane Johnson (15) ,James Johnson (13) ,Eliza Johnson (12) ,Zilla Johnson (9) ,Jackson Johnson (5) ,Sally Johnson (2) ,John Johnson (2) ,Babe Johnson ( 1 mo.) James, Anne and William were born in GA, all others in FL. James is a Blacksmith. (living next door John W. Johnson (41 GA) with family)  
Census1/1/1870 Quincy FL (Gadsden County) 37 yrs old 
1421 -James B. Johnson (58) ,Annie Johnson (53) ,Eliza Johnson (22) ,Zillah Johnson (19) Elijah Johnson (16) ,Sally Johnson (14) ,George Johnson ( 10.) James & Anne were born in GA, all others in FL. James is a Blacksmith. (1423 -Son James (23) is living next door with the Vintry family) he is a farmer)  

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2 1835 Alabama gold rush begins in the east-centrl hill country.
4 1837 The Second Creek war begins in 1836. In 1837 The Battle of Hobdy's Bridge becomes the last indian battle in AL.
7 1840 Alabama reports a total population of 590,756 on the 1940 Federal Census. This includes 335,185 whites, 255,571 blacks, 253,532 slaves, zero Native Americans, and others.
17 1850 State population=771,623. The 1850 Federal Census reveals the White population=426,514; African-American population=345,109; Slave population=342,844; Free black population=2,265; Urban population=35,179; Rural population=736,444; Cotton production in bales=564,429; Corn production in bushels=28,754,048; Number of manufacturing establishments=1,026.
2 1835 The Second Seminole Indian War keeps the United States and Seminoles Indians fighting in North & Central Florida.
4 1837 NEWS HEADLINES: In October, Chief Osceola of the Seminole Indians is captured when he arrives for supposed truce negotiations at Fort Payton. He is imprisoned at St. Augustine, FL where he refuses to eat and attempts to escape several times. In December he is moved to a prison in SC where he dies on January 20, 1838. At the time of his death, Osceola was the most famous American Indian.
9 1842 Congress passes the Armed Occupation Act of 1842. It entitles persons willing and able to bear arms against the Indians and establish themselves in villages along the borders of Indian territory ownership of their land after 5 years.
9 1842 Second Seminole Indian War ends and some of the Seminole Indians living in FL are moved to the Indian Territory
12 1845 Florida becomes the 27th state to join the United States. William Moseley becomes the first governor and David Yulee the first senator.
17 1850 Florida's total population has grown to 87,445. This includes about 39,000 slaves and 1,000 free blacks. Indians were not counted.
22 1855 Third Seminole Indian War begins and war breaks out with most of the battles occurring in Central Florida. It ends three years later when Chief Billy Bowlegs and his band are forced to move from Florida.
28 1861 No Floridian's voted for Lincoln during the 1860 election. On Jan. 10, 1861, Florida seceded from the U.S. and joined the Confederate States of America a few weeks later.
31 1864 Battle of Olustee is a Confederate victory. Union troops pull back
32 1865 Battle at Natural Bridge (Wakulla County) is a Confederate victory.
32 1865 May 10th -- Union troops occupy Tallahassee. While Tallahassee was the only Confederate state capital east of the Mississippi River that had not been captured, Union troops occupy the capitol following the surrender of the major Confederate armies in the east.
37 1870 During the 1870s, the remaining Seminole Indians begin establishing trading posts and other economy with local settlers.
6 1839 Goodyear invents vulcanized rubber, opening the door for tires and other rubber products.
11 1844 The first telegraph message is sent by Morse, who later invents the Mores Code
20 1853 The process of creating steel is invented by Besermer in Britain and Kelly in the U.S.
23 1856 The first Neanderthal fossils are found near Germany
26 1859 Charles Darwin publishes "Origin of Species" and begins the evolution theory.
32 1865 Mendel publishes his papers on genetics and introduces the concept to the public.
36 1869 Cro-magnon Man fossils are found in France
1 1834 July 9 - The S.S. John Randolph, the first successful iron steamship, is launched in Savannah
28 1861 NEWS HEADLINES: American Civil war begins at Ft. Sumter, located in Charleston Harbor, VA.
29 1862 NEWS HEADLINES: May 20, 1862 the US government passes the Homestead Act to provide cheap land for settlement of lower Southeast and West.
2 1835 Second Seminole Indian War begins.
4 1837 The trickery used to capture Seminole Indian Chief Osceola (Assi Yohola) creates a public uproar and U.S. General Jesup is publicly condemned.
7 1840 Oregon Trail is established
9 1842 Second Seminole Indian War ends and thousands of Seminole Indians are forced to move west of the Mississippi.
22 1855 Third Seminole Indian War begins. It ends three years later when Chief Billy Bowlegs and his band are forced to move from Florida.
27 1860 Presidential election puts Abraham Lincoln in office. The campaign has heated the issues regarding slavery in the south.
29 1862 May 20, 1862 the US government passes the Homestead Act to provide cheap land for settlement of lower Southeast and West.
30 1863 Abraham Lincoln issues the "Emancipation Proclamation" freeing slaves.
32 1865 American Civil war ends with General Lee's surrender at Appomattox, VA. Reconstruction begins in the "old South"
35 1868 An eight-hour work day is established for federal employees.
42 1875 Tennessee enacts Jim Crow law.

James Johnson
Born about 1814 and died about 1900.
They were married 1/1/1840.

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The Children of Elizabeth Ann Moniac

George Riley Johnson
Born in Gadsden Co., Florida on June 13, 1860 and died in Panama City, Florida on March 5, 1938. He was 77 years old.

He married Elizabeth Meyers (8/14/1861 GA - 1/17/1944 Pamama City, FL).
Their children:
Elizabeth Ann "Annie Lizze" Johnson(1880-1968)married Bedford D. Griffin
Albert Franklin (1884)
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