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George JOHNSTONE

JOHNSTONE, George, a Representative from South Carolina; born in Newberry, S.C., April 18, 1846; attended the common schools; entered the State Military Academy, from which he enlisted in the C…

Johnstone

The crest of this family is a winged spur. or spur between two wings, leathered, with the motto. “Nunquam non paratus.” When King Edward I. was meditating treachery in favour of…

Levi Johnston

Levi Johnston is the Alaskan youngster who was abruptly introduced to the world in 2008 as the boyfriend of Gov. Sarah Palin's pregnant daughter, Bristol. Levi Johnston was, at the time, between his j…

Lynn Johnston

Lynn Johnston is the creator of the comic strip For Better or For Worse, a staple in North American newspapers since its 1979 debut. Born Lynn Ridgway, she grew up in British Columbia, where she studi…

Freedy Johnston

Never HomeElektra His 1994 album, This Perfect World, deservedly earned near-universal praise, and Johnston was even named “Songwriter of the Year” by Rolling Stone. Not bad for …

Ollie Johnston

Disney animatorDied: April 14, 2008Best Known as: Disney animator Deathplace: Sequim, Washington Ollie Johnston was one of the nine core animator's for Wal…

Frank Johnston

Frank JohnstonAge: 67 former Notre Dame football player and longtime CFL assistant coach; a lineman for the undefeated 1949 Irish team; Johnston was an assistant coach with the British Columb…

Samuel JOHNSTON

Senate Years of Service: 1789-1793Party: Pro-AdministrationJOHNSTON, Samuel, a Delegate and a Senator from North Carolina; born in Dundee, Scotland, December 15, 1733; immigrated to the United …

Charles JOHNSTON

JOHNSTON, Charles, a Representative from New York; born in Salisbury, Conn., on February 14, 1793; attended the common schools; moved to Poughkeepsie, N.Y.; studied law; was admitted to the bar…

William JOHNSTON

JOHNSTON, William, a Representative from Ohio; born in Ireland in 1819; immigrated to the United States and settled in Ohio; attended the public schools; studied law; was admitted to the bar an…