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Descendants of Sarah Standiford
Generation No. 1
1.SARAH3 STANDIFORD (WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born October 19, 1756, and died February 10, 1835. She married DAVID JOHNSON November 19, 1773, son of THOMAS JOHNSON and ELIZABETH. He died May 17, 1823.
Notes for SARAH STANDIFORD:
Sarah was the daughter of William Standiford, b. 1708, and his 3rd wife, Elizabeth Carlisle.
Notes for DAVID JOHNSON:
David Johnson served in the American Revolution and took the Oath of Fidelity in 1778 in Baltimore Co., MD. Children are listed from DAR records, MD.
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Children of SARAH STANDIFORD and DAVID JOHNSON are:
2. i. THOMAS7 JOHNSON, d. September 07, 1832.
ii. ELIZABETH JOHNSON.
iii. SUSANNAH JOHNSON.
iv. ELEANOR JOHNSON.
v. CHARLOTTE JOHNSON.
vi. CORDELIA JOHNSON.
vii. BENJAMIN JOHNSON.
viii. SARA JOHNSON, m. MOSES MILES.
ix. MARY JOHNSON, m. CHARLES R. WATTS.
x. JAMES JOHNSON.
Generation No. 2
2.THOMAS4 JOHNSON (SARAH3 STANDIFORD, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) died September 07, 1832. He married MARTHA JARRETT February 01, 1821, daughter of JESSE JARRETT and ALISANA. She died April 07, 1842.
Children of THOMAS JOHNSON and MARTHA JARRETT are:
i. JARRETT D.8 JOHNSON, b. November 06, 1821; d. June 24, 1893.
Notes for JARRETT D. JOHNSON:
The Baltimore Sun Obituary:
JOHNSON. Suddenly June 24 at Belsters, Md., Jarrett D. Johnson, age 72 years. The funeral will take place on Tuesday after at three o'clock from his late residence, No. 28 Twentieth Street, to which his friends are invited. Interment private.
Mr. J. D. Johnson died suddenly Saturday afternoon at the residence of son-in-law, at Reisterstown, Md. when visiting. Mr. Johnson was born in ___ford County, but had been a residence of Baltimore for more than fifty years. He had been engaged in a number of enterprises and was prominently connected at the First Methodist Episcopal Church.
ii. SARAH E. B. JOHNSON, b. May 11, 1823; d. March 28, 1888.
Notes for SARAH E. B. JOHNSON:
In Memoriam. Resolutions adopted by the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society, of St. John's Independent Methodist Church:
"Whereas, This Society desires to express its appreciation of the character and worth of our departed President, Miss Sallie E. Johnson.
Be it Resolved, That in her death this Society has lost an exemplary member, a wise Counsellor, a true friend, an earnest Christian always ready for every good work.
Resolved, That while we mourn the loss of our first and only presiding officer, we rejoice in the belief that her lifework ended, she rests from her labor in the company of the blessed, and pray that her mantle may fall upon our shoulders that we realizing the importance of the work, may be constrained to more diligent exertions in this and every other line of Christian endeavor.
Resolved, That these resolutions be recorded in the Minutes of our Society and be published in the Christian Observer, and a copy be sent to the family of the deceased."
Mrs. Chas. H. Cobb, President; Miss Mary E. Murray, Secretary, Miss Kitty B. Holden, Committee.
iii. ASBURY JOHNSON, b. June 01, 1825.
iv. LUTHER J. JOHNSON, b. June 09, 1827.
3. v. CLARA MUSSARD JOHNSON, b. March 21, 1829; d. April 06, 1906.
4. vi. THOMAS B. JOHNSON, b. October 27, 1831.
Generation No. 3
3.CLARA MUSSARD5 JOHNSON (THOMAS4, SARAH3 STANDIFORD, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born March 21, 1829, and died April 06, 1906. She married CHARLES THOMAS PAINE February 15, 1848. He was born January 01, 1825, and died August 12, 1867.
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Children of CLARA JOHNSON and CHARLES PAINE are:
5. i. MARTHA JARRETT9 PAINE, b. January 28, 1849.
ii. SALLIE JOHNSON PAINE, b. July 18, 1850.
iii. CHARLIE ANN PAINE, b. February 19, 1852.
6. iv. CLARA CORDELIA PAINE, b. July 21, 1854, Baltimore Co., MD; d. June 02, 1918, Baltimore Co., MD.
v. GERTRUDE AMELIA PAINE, b. July 18, 1857; d. March 03, 1898.
vi. WILLIAM HENRY PAINE, b. August 04, 1859; d. February 01, 1861.
vii. MARY VIRGINIA PAINE, b. October 19, 1862; d. July 27, 1863.
viii. ROBERT LEE PAINE, b. October 19, 1862; d. October 19, 1937.
ix. ALLEN TRUST PAINE, b. March 02, 1864; d. July 18, 1865.
x. IDA BELLE PAINE, b. August 1865; d. August 1866.
4.THOMAS B.5 JOHNSON (THOMAS4, SARAH3 STANDIFORD, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born October 27, 1831. He married MINA UNKNOWN.
Children of THOMAS JOHNSON and MINA UNKNOWN are:
i. ELLA9 JOHNSON.
ii. ANDREW JOHNSON, b. 1865.
Generation No. 4
5.MARTHA JARRETT6 PAINE (CLARA MUSSARD5 JOHNSON, THOMAS4, SARAH3 STANDIFORD, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born January 28, 1849. She married M. HAROLD BROWN October 07, 1868. He was born April 23, 1844, and died March 09, 1879.
Notes for M. HAROLD BROWN:
Obituary - Unknown Newspaper.
In Memoriam - H. Harold Brown.
At a special meeting of the quarterly conference of Chatsworth Independent Methodist Church, J. C. Collinson and Wm. R. Barry were appointed a committee to prepare a paper to be entered on the records of the Church in memory of M. Harold Brown. In compliance with that duty the following testimonial was prepared and duly recorded:
Brother Brown was born April 23rd, 1844; became connected with the Sunday School of our Church in 1863, was converted at our Church altar, and received into full membership May 20th, 1866; and at the same altar October 7th, 1868, was united in holy wedlock to Miss Martha J. Paine, a member of our communion. He was elected a member of the Board of Trustees in 1869 and also served as a Class Leader and Secretary of the quarterly Conference for several years. For a few years past he gave evidence of declining health, not sufficient however to alarm his friends, until about a year ago. The last two months of his life were passed in a rapid decline; and on Sunday evening, March 9, 1879, he sweetly fell "asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep"; and on the following Tuesday his mortal remains were deposited in Greenmount Cemetery. On Sunday March 23d, a memorial service was held at Chatsworth Church; the pastor, Rev. H. E. Johnson, preaching from the text, "Mark the perfect man, and behold the upright for the end of that man is peace."
In business life Brother Brown was industrious, energetic, and scrupulously honest. In social life he was genial and kind-hearted and found friends everywhere. In his relation as son, husband and parent he was all that the highest sense of duty and affection required of him. In religious life he gave unmistakable evidence of the "Christ life" within him; and was enabled to bear a "good testimony" both living and dying. His last words to the Church were, "Tell my brethren I have peace," the peach of God which passeth all understanding.
Our community has lost a good citizen, his family their best earthly friend, and the Church a member whose memory and Christian character will long be cherished.
J. C. Collinson and W. R. Barry, Com.
Children of MARTHA PAINE and M. BROWN are:
i. HAROLD BROWN, d. July 04, 1883, Mt. Washington, MD.
Notes for HAROLD BROWN:
Obituary - Baltimore Sun Newspaper/not dated.
Harold Brown, aged 16 years, eldest son of Mrs. Martha J. Brown, widow of Mrs. M. Harold Brown, formerly a well-known Baltimore engraver, was drowned yesterday in Jones's falls, about a mile below Mt. Washington and just below the cricket grounds. About 6:30 p.m. young Brown went down to swim with a number of boys. Among the youthful swimmers were Chas. Brown, age 11 years, brother of deceased; Moddie Brown, a cousin, age 10 and Malcolm Parker, age 11, and Frank Parker, aged 9, sons of Mr. L. L. Parker, of Mt. Washington. Malcom Parker says that he told young Brown that the water was deep--much over his head--and that if he could not swim, he had better not go in. Young Brown said he could not swim, but rapidly undressed himself and jumped in. At once he commenced to struggle, but the boys at first thought he was playing. As soon as it became apparent that Brown could not keep himself afloat, Malcolm Parker jumped in to save him. He found the task beyond his strength and came near being drowned himself. Several of the boys ran to the cricket grounds and gave the alarm. Mr. Spencer Oldham, of the club, threw off his coat and vest as he ran to the falls, and diving in without waiting to further disrobe soon brought young Brown to the surface. The body was probably not in the water five minutes. Dr. Bowen was sent for and every effort made at resuscitation, but without avail. These efforts were continued for nearly an hour. The remains were taken out to his mother later in the evening. He was a bright boy of unusual promise, and had just passed successfully his examination for the City College. Mrs. Brown rented a house for the summer back of Mt. Washington and is residing there.
ii. CHARLIE10 BROWN, d. February 05, 1884.
Notes for CHARLIE BROWN:
Obituary - Undated.
SAD FATE OF CHARLIE BROWN
A Little Boy's Death Caused by the Shock of Witnessing the Drowning of His Brother.
The funeral of little Charlie Brown, the only child of Mrs. Martha Brown, took place this afternoon from the residence of his mother, No. 172 West Fayette Street. On the fourth of July last, the child was the only witness of the death of his older brother, who was drowned while bathing in a pond near Mt. Washington, and he was never well after the occurrence of that sad event. The immediate cause of his death was rheumatism of the heart, supposed to have been superinduced by the fright he experienced at the time mentioned. Services were conducted by the Rev. H. E. Johnson. Four of the former companions of the deceased acted as pallbearers. Interment was made at Greenmount Cemetery. Six deaths have occurred in Mrs. Brown's family within the last five years, during which time she has been bereft of her husband and two children.
6.CLARA CORDELIA6 PAINE (CLARA MUSSARD5 JOHNSON, THOMAS4, SARAH3 STANDIFORD, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born July 21, 1854 in Baltimore Co., MD, and died June 02, 1918 in Baltimore Co., MD. She married STEPHEN THOMAS NAYLOR May 11, 1876 in Baltimore Co., MD, son of STEPHEN NAYLOR and LUCRETIA DONALDSON. He was born January 22, 1849.
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Notes for CLARA CORDELIA PAINE:
Obituary - Newspaper unknown:
1. Mrs. Stephen F. Naylor entered into rest Sunday evening, June 2, at her late home, Berwyn Avenue. Funeral service was conducted by her Pastor on Tuesday afternoon, June 4, at 2:00 o'clock.
2. Mrs. Stephen F. Naylor. The funeral of Mrs. Clara Cordella Naylor, wife of Stephen T.Naylor took place yesterday afternoon from the home, 8506 Berwyn Avenue....Services were conducted by the Rev. Benjamin W. Meeks, pastor of St. Mark's Methodist Episcopal Church. The pallbearers were Lawrence P. Naylor, M. Bruce Naylor, Robert Baine, Harry R. Davis, H. Matthew Gault and Ernest R. Gorsuch. Besides her husband, Mrs. Naylor is survived by four daughters: Mrs. Sally O. Clark, Mrs. John Bailey Kapp, Mrs. Frederick Hollman and Miss Gertrude Pains Naylor and seven grandchildren.
Children of CLARA PAINE and STEPHEN NAYLOR are:
7. i. SALLIE JOHNSON10 NAYLOR, b. February 12, 1878, Baltimore Co., MD; d. January 08, 1965, Baltimore Co., MD.
8. ii. LUCRETIA HAROLD NAYLOR, b. February 19, 1880.
9. iii. LILLIAN MAGILL NAYLOR, b. February 12, 1884; d. December 29, 1944.
iv. GERTRUDE PAINE NAYLOR, b. August 13, 1885; d. March 13, 1967, Baltimore Co., MD; b. Woodlawn Cemetery.
Generation No. 5
7.SALLIE JOHNSON7 NAYLOR (CLARA CORDELIA6 PAINE, CLARA MUSSARD5 JOHNSON, THOMAS4, SARAH3 STANDIFORD, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1)was born February 12, 1878 in Baltimore Co., MD, and died January 08, 1965 in Baltimore Co., MD. She married (1) THOMAS PURDY. She married (2) WILLIAM EDMUND CLARKE June 02, 1900 in Baltimore Co., MD, son of WILLIAM CLARKE and SALLIE FARROW.
Children of SALLIE NAYLOR and WILLIAM CLARKE are:
i. SARAH NAYLOR11 CLARKE, b. January 23, 1908, Baltimore Co., MD; d. March 1986, Baltimore Co., MD.
ii. WILLIAM EDMUND CLARKE, b. December 06, 1909, Baltimore Co., MD; d. July 02, 1996, Florida; m. VICTORIA ADELAIDE WORME, June 10, 1939.
iii. STEPHEN NAYLOR CLARKE, b. July 06, 1913, Baltimore Co., MD; d. May 10, 1995, Baltimore Co., MD; m. ELSA VIRGINIA JOHNSON, January 15, 1940, Randallstown, MD.
Notes for STEPHEN NAYLOR CLARKE:
Stephen serviced in the Merchant Marine in WWII. He owned a gas station in Balitmore, MD.
8.LUCRETIA HAROLD7 NAYLOR (CLARA CORDELIA6 PAINE, CLARA MUSSARD5 JOHNSON, THOMAS4, SARAH3 STANDIFORD, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1)was born February 19, 1880. She married JOHN BAILEY KAPP August 23, 1902.
Children of LUCRETIA NAYLOR and JOHN KAPP are:
i. WINIFRED A.11 KAPP.
ii. RICHARD NAYLOR KAPP.
9.LILLIAN MAGILL7 NAYLOR (CLARA CORDELIA6 PAINE, CLARA MUSSARD5 JOHNSON, THOMAS4, SARAH3 STANDIFORD, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born February 12, 1884, and died December 29, 1944. She married FREDERICK WILLIAM HOLLMAN June 15, 1908.
Child of LILLIAN NAYLOR and FREDERICK HOLLMAN is:
i. KATHERINE NAYLOR11 HOLLMAN, b. March 02, 1911; d. February 11, 1999, Baltimore Co., MD; m. CHARLES FLEETWOOD ERMER, March 1994.
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