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Birth: 14 NOV 1889 India Father: John Thomas Johnson Mother:Mary Ann (Johnson)
Christening: 5 JAN 1890 Peshawar, , West Bengal, India
Married: Geraldine Denny 13 JUL 1918
Children Born Died
Michael Denny Johnson 1921
Brian Denny Johnson 5 FEB 1923 7 JUL 2002 Shrewsbury, England
Jacqueline Naomi Johnson 1927
Death: 1972
Burial:
Remarks: Served in the Indian Army.
Source: Debrett

Indian Army Quarterly List for 1 January 1912:
REMARKS: Lieutenant, 22 Punjabis
Page #: 153p

Service record:
2nd Lieutenant (unatt): 20/1/1909
2nd Lieutenant: 12/3/1909
Lieutenant: 20/4/1911
Captain: 1/9/1915
Major: 20/1/1925
Brig Major: 7/4/1925
Lieut-Col: 22/4/1934
Colonel: 22/4/1937

1943-1950? - Special employee in army since retiring.

Source: Army Lists 1914-1950



22 Punjabis War Diary - ref WO 95/5122:
1-11-1914 Lahore, Karachi
28-11-1914 Anchored off Bussorah
3-12-1915 Maghil Camp
30-1-1915 Attacked by small band of Turks at 8pm
1 Turk bayoneted in throat. 6 dead, 15 wounded Turks.
Right flank of Tigris
8-4-1915 Mezera fort.
- May Bombarded by enemy
5-5-1915 Raiding party up Euphrates helping Sehikh of Medina
7-5-1915 Raid up Euphrates. Brought back 16 rifles.
No rain, malarial fever very prevalent.
1-6-1915 One Tower Hill, right bank of Tigris. Bahran position.
2-6-1915 SS Mejidien, Ezras Tomb
6-6-1915 Steamed up Tigris on SS Mejidien. Arrived at Amarah at 8pm
7-6-1915 Exceedingly hot and stifling, Men suffering from heat. Sun fever very prevalent. 10 men trnasferred to No 1 Field Ambulance. Improved perimeter defence.
25-6-1915 Lient Johnson, 7 men transferred to No 1 Field Ambulance.
30-6-1915 Arrived Kumait
1-7-1915 Fever, diarhoea very prevalent

26-9-15 Camp Sannaiyat
Chahela - enemy shelled camp
(Fall of Kut?)

1919 - G T Johnson, Captain, 22 Punjabis awarded Wae medal & Victory medal

Regiment went to Afghanistan in 1919
3-6-1919 Chaman
15-6-1919 Spinbarcdack
Water rationed 2 gallons per man per day
1-7-1919 Chaman
3-8-1919 Diwana Kot
7-8-1919 Peace treaty signed with Afghans.