Sixtus Ellis Johnson

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Sixtus Ellis Johnson

Also Known As: "Sixtus Johnson"
Birthdate: (86)
Birthplace: Pomfret, Chautauqua, NY, USA
Death: June 4, 1916 (86)
Pomerene, Cochise, AZ, USA
Place of Burial: Pomerene, Cochise County, Arizona, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Joel Hills Johnson and Anna Pixley Johnson
Husband of Editha Melissa Johnson; Mary Ann Johnson and Mary Stratton
Father of Anna Lovina Johnson; Sixtus Ellis Johnson; Phoebe Noble Johnson; Sarah Sophia Johnson; Nephi Johnson and 22 others
Brother of Julianna Ann Johnson; Sariah Anna Workman; Nephi Johnson; Susan Ellen Johnson; Seth Guernsey Johnson and 1 other
Half brother of Julia Ann Johnson; Joel Andrew Johnson; Janet Mauretta Smith; Joseph Elmer Johnson; Carlos Johnson and 15 others

Managed by: Dan Davis
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About Sixtus Ellis Johnson

Son of Joel Hills Johnson and Anna Pixley. He came to Utah in 1848 and was called to settle the Virgin City. He took charge of affairs from April 1894 to June 1895 and was after ordained a Bishop. Sixtus made settlements in the upper Virgin Valley in 1859 and was Bishop of the Chuichupa Ward, Juarez (Mormon) Stake, Mexico from 1894 to 1895. Thanks to Georgeana Cook for sponsoring this memorial.

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Sixtus Ellis Johnson's Timeline

1829
October 8, 1829
Pomfret, Chautauqua, NY, USA
1852
September 7, 1852
Age 22
Old Irontown, Iron County, Utah, United States
1854
March 27, 1854
Age 24
Cedar City, Iron County, Utah, United States
1859
May 16, 1859
Age 29
Iron County, Utah, United States
1861
April 7, 1861
Age 31
Virgin, Washington County, Utah, United States
1862
October 9, 1862
Age 33
1863
April 13, 1863
Age 33
Virgin, Washington County, Utah, United States
1865
March 13, 1865
Age 35
Virgin, Washington County, Utah, United States
1867
April 18, 1867
Age 37
Virgin, Washington County, Utah, United States