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Fifth Generation (Continued)

Family of William J. JOHNSON (53) & Cora WATSON

179. Zeake W. JOHNSON Senior. Born on 6 Sep 1882 in Trezevant, Carroll County, Tennessee. Resided in Dyersburg, Dyer County, Tennessee.

Zeake W. married Pattie NICHOLS.

They had the following children:
i. Zeake W.. Born on 2 Apr 1910 in Dyersburg, Dyer County, Tennessee. Resided in Washington, D.C.

Zeake W. Johnson served as the Sergeant-at-Arms, U.S. House of Representatives, during the period of 1937-1942.

On 4 Nov 1965 when Zeake W. was 55, he married Beatrice E. ?.

465 ii. John Nichols (1914-)
466 iii. Edwin Neal (1920-)

180. Emmett JOHNSON.

Emmett married Marie COLLINS.

They had the following children:
i. Emmett C.. Resided in Sarasota, Florida.

ii. Caroline. Resided in Collinsville, Alabama.

Caroline married John GILBREATH.

181. Myrtle Frances JOHNSON. Myrtle Frances died in 1948. Resided in Washington, D.C. Resided in Holly Springs, Mississippi.

Myrtle Frances married Wall DOXEY Senior. Wall died in 1962.

Wall Doxey served as a U.S. Congressman (1926-1940) and U.S. Senator from the State of Mississippi. Wall Doxey also served as the Sergeant-of-Arms of the U.S. Senate (1943-1946).

They had one child:
467 i. Wall (ca1926-)

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