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Information for Lucy Ella Kennerly Johnson
8 August, 1847
30 August, 1942
From The Caldwell News-Tribune
Monday, 31 August, 1942
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo

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Aged Parma
Woman Dies

     Mrs. Lucy Ella Johnson, 95, of Parma, a native of Virginia and whose stately home was used for a base hospital for Confederate soldiers during the Civil war, died at her home Sunday following an extended illness.
     Born at Stanton, Va., August 8, 1847, she was married to Julian A. Johnson, a former Confederate officer on Feb. 22, 1866.  They came to Idaho in 1908, locating first at Murtaugh.  They came to Parma in 1918 and Mr. Johnson died there in 1926.
     She is survived by four of her nine children, F. Lee Johnson and Julian S. Johnson, both of Parma;  Ed. Johnson of Raton, N. M., and Mrs. Fannie Boyd of Estes Park, Colo.
     Funeral services will be held at the Parma Community church Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. with the Rev. Fred H. Hall officiating.  The body is at the Peckham Funeral home.