Captain John Johnson Jr.+
1William Richard Cutter, Genealogical and Family History of Western New York: a Record of the Achievements of Her People in the Making of a . . ., Vol. 2, p. 843 (1912).
"(I) John Johnson, brother of Edward and William, and son of William of Herne Hill, England, brought with him his wife Margery and five children. He was admitted a freeman in 1630, settled in Roxbury, and was called a yeoman. October 19, 1630, he was chosen constable of Roxbury and surveyor of all the arms of the colony. He kept a tavern, was a man of wealth and distinction, and a deputy to the general court in 1634 and for many years afterward. His house was burned August 6, 1645, when seventeen barrels of powder and many arms belonging to the colony were lost. He was elected a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company in 1638. He was granted three hundred acres of land by the general court as compensation for his services as surveyor-general. His wife Margery died in 1635. He married (second) Grace, widow of Barnabas Fawer. He died September 30, 1659. Children by first wife: Isaac, mentioned below; Humphrey, married Ellen Cheney; Mary, married Roger Mowry, of Providence, Rhode Island; Elizabeth, married Robert Pepper; a daughter.".