I know what I have written is my truth and my story. It is my hope that my descendants and others will take this work to heart and write their own stories to benefit their families and the planet in a good way."
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From Peg Weaver's Rememberings of an 83- year old Grandma, published 1994 :
"PETE'S HEALTH PROBLEMS AND DEATH Looking back, it was most fortunate that Jim, Jack and Tom and their families were all here in the summer of 1981 for a sort of family reunion, since Pete died the following January. I am thankful for the wonderful pictures that Tom took of the happy group (See 1981 picture, p. 14,.): Jim, Melanie, Valerie (seven years old) and Kenneth (one year); Jack, Nellie, Kristin (seven) and John (five); Tom, Sue, and Nathan (two months); Pete and me; Harold Williams (Nellie's father)."p104
OPEN TO SUPPORT from other Cousins and family - To discover more about the Johnson Family from Wisconsin
Are these extravagant promises? We think not. They are being fulfilled among us—sometimes quickly, sometimes slowly. They will always materialize if we work for them."
This photo from 1918, Susan found with her parents things. It was labeled Ellen Geneva, ____?, Lucille, Jennie and Ralph.
30 May 1931, Sherwood, Wisconsin. I am not finding photos of Clifford Johnson, the second born here.
CA 1938 Ralph Johnson and mom, Jenny Babino Cook Johnson. From Susan E Johnson Weaver files
1950's from Ron Sedo album, Grandma Rehbein at home with family photos. Scanned Jan 14, 2015.