JOHNSON, HENRY W.
JOHNSON, HENRY W. (?–?). Henry W. Johnson, one of Stephen F. Austin's Old Three Hundred colonists, was a partner of Thomas H. Borden and Thomas Walker.qqv The three received title to a sitio now in Brazoria County on July 29, 1824. Johnson's name did not appear in the census of 1826. In February 1830 Thomas Barnett notified Johnson and others interested in land adjoining that of Elizabeth Tumlinson to appear before the ayuntamiento to give information on improvements on their lands. The ayuntamiento reported on March 1, 1830, that Johnson's land had not been cultivated and that he was not a resident of the colony.
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