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Hutchison Johnson

Obituary of George William Johnson, Prince William County, Virginia.

[Commander Westwood Hutchison, of Ewell Camp, C. V., Manassas, Va., reports the loss of two worthy members.]

George William Johnson, son of Col. Joseph Johnson and Emily (Wheatly)Johnson, was born October 22, 1845. At the age of seventeen he enlisted in Company H, 4th Virginia Cavalry, known as the Black Horse Cavalry. His record as a soldier, like that of his citizenship, was loyal and true.

In 1864 he was honorably discharged on account of disabilities caused by injuries received at Gettysburg.

For a number of years Comrade Johnson was Treasurer of the Ladies Memorial Association of Manassas and also Treasurer of Ewell Camp, U. C. V., which office he held at the time of his death. Both of these organizations have lost a valuable member, one who could always be counted on.

SOURCE: Confederate Veteran Magazine, January, 1915.

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