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This profile was last updated on 5/31/12  and contains information from public web pages.

Sir Guy Johnson

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Background

Employment History

  • Superintendent
    Indian Affairs
  • Colonel

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Secretary
    Indian Affairs
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Web References
Brant received a formal education in ...
www.sullivancampaignlivingstoncounty.com, 31 May 2012 [cached]
Brant received a formal education in Connecticut and in 1774 became secretary to Guy Johnson, the secretary of Indian Affairs.
The Life of Gouverneur Morris, by Jared Sparks, Page 41 | Colonial Hall
colonialhall.com, 20 Aug 2006 [cached]
Indian disturbances on the frontiers.---Guy Johnson's letter and the reply of the Congress.--Intercepted correspondence of General Gage.--Preparations for military defence.--Project of the Congress for a conciliation with England.--Mr.
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Hardly had the Provincial Congress convened, when intelligence was received of threatened troubles with the Indians on the frontiers, through the influence of Colonel Guy Johnson, superintendent of Indian Affairs, who resided in Tryon county. He wrote a letter to the mayor and corporation of
johnson family
www.oldfortjohnson.org, 11 May 2010 [cached]
GUY JOHNSON
Guy Johnson was Sir William Johnson's nephew and like Sir William he was born and raised in County Meath, Ireland. He arrived in America in 1756, aged 16, entering at Boston and it is assumed he immediately sought out his already successful
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Apparently Guy was being groomed for Indian Department service and he was eventually appointed Secretary of Indian Affairs.
There could not have been any ...
www.uelac.org, 1 Jan 2014 [cached]
There could not have been any glory or honor attending it, as Colonel Guy Johnson, St. Claire and Brant all deny having any part in it.
Guy Park Manor was believed to ...
www.recordernews.com, 3 Sept 2011 [cached]
Guy Park Manor was believed to have been originally built in 1766 -- first out of wood except for its stone foundation -- to house Sir William Johnson's daughter, Mary ("Polly"), and her husband, Guy Johnson.
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While the Johnsons would eventually flee the Mohawk Valley prior to the American Revolution, work by the family at places like Guy Park Manor helped shape relations between the Iroquois and English settlers that helped solidify the region as part of English territory; after Sir William Johnson's death in 1774, Guy Johnson took over his post as England's Superintendent of Indian Affairs.
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When Guy and Polly Johnson fled their home prior to the Revolutionary War, it's believed the family left valuable papers and trinkets in the home; after Polly's death in the escape, some believed her spirit haunted the building in order to keep the goods from falling into the hands of the wrong people.
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