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ISBN

9781852175221

Publisher

Lang Syne Publishers Ltd.

Author

Iain Gray

File Size

3649 KB

Language

English

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A name of Biblical roots, ‘Johnson’, indicating ‘son of John’, was first introduced to the British Isles in the wake of the key historic event of the 1066 Norman Conquest.
This was when the last Anglo-Saxon king of England was slain at the battle of Hastings, and Normans who included the forebears of many of the Johnsons of today were granted lands as reward for their valiant service to Duke William of Normandy.
Famous bearers of the name include the great eighteenth century English man of letters Dr Samuel Johnson, two American presidents, three recipients of the Victoria Cross – the highest award for valour in the face of enemy action for British and Commonwealth forces – and the pioneering aviator Amy Johnson.
Shot through with high drama, the stirring tale of the Johnson is told here.

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Johnson – English Surname

The origins of the family name Johnson and their place in history

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A name of Biblical roots, ‘Johnson’, indicating ‘son of John’, was first introduced to the British Isles in the wake of the key historic event of the 1066 Norman Conquest. This was when the last Anglo-Saxon king of England was slain at the battle of Hastings, and Normans who included the forebears of many of the Johnsons of today were granted lands as reward for their valiant service to Duke William of Normandy. Famous bearers of the name include the great eighteenth century English man of letters Dr Samuel Johnson, two American presidents, three recipients of the Victoria Cross – the highest award for valour in the face of enemy action for British and Commonwealth forces – and the pioneering aviator Amy Johnson. Shot through with high drama, the stirring tale of the Johnson is told here.
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Product Details
Product Type

, ,

ISBN

9781852175221

Publisher

Lang Syne Publishers Ltd.

Author

Iain Gray

File Size

3649 KB

Language

English

Full Product Description

A name of Biblical roots, ‘Johnson’, indicating ‘son of John’, was first introduced to the British Isles in the wake of the key historic event of the 1066 Norman Conquest.
This was when the last Anglo-Saxon king of England was slain at the battle of Hastings, and Normans who included the forebears of many of the Johnsons of today were granted lands as reward for their valiant service to Duke William of Normandy.
Famous bearers of the name include the great eighteenth century English man of letters Dr Samuel Johnson, two American presidents, three recipients of the Victoria Cross – the highest award for valour in the face of enemy action for British and Commonwealth forces – and the pioneering aviator Amy Johnson.
Shot through with high drama, the stirring tale of the Johnson is told here.

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