Sunderland Councillor and a prime mover in the Pentecostal League and in Independent Methodist circles. He is vice-chairman of the Watch Committee of the Sunderland Corporation and a member of the Education Corporation.
6 Beechwood Street, Sunderland
Evidence of Identification
In the case of Councillor Johnson and his son evidence of identification was given by Mr Dixon Johnson, Councillor Johnson’s brother. Mr Johnson said that he identified the remains by means of a bunch of keys, a set of false teeth, the duplicate of which he produced. He identified the son by a key label and a latchkey.
Birth Date Abt 1862 Date of Registration March 1916 Aged 54 Registration district S/S Durham Volume 10a page 901
Photographs and Memorial Notice obtained from Sunderland Library