Johnson

Johnson is an English, Scottish and Irish name of Norman origin. The name itself is a patronym of the given name John, literally meaning "son of John". The name John derives from Latin Johannes, which is derived through Greek Ἰωάννης Iōannēs from Hebrew יוחנן Yohanan, meaning "Yahweh has favoured". The name has been extremely popular in Europe since the Christian era as a result of it being given to St John the Baptist, St John the Evangelist and nearly one thousand other Christian saints. Johnson is the tenth most common surname in the United Kingdom, and second most common in the United States.

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... to both tradition and to Texan singer and guitarist Blind Willie Johnson ... Johnson recorded the first version of the song for Columbia Records as "You'll Need Somebody on Your Bond" on December 11, 1929, in New Orleans, Louisiana. 20, 1930, in Atlanta, Georgia, which was Johnson's last recorded song ...
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... In November 2003, Johnson was elected to a four-year term as Mayor of Savannah against two-term Alderman Pete Liakakis (Democrat), and four other candidates ... In April 2005, Mayor Johnson publicly challenged Savannah's African American community to begin a concerted effort to address the city's high crime ... Johnson stressed that criminal acts in Savannah were often perpetrated by young African American males on their own community, and he called a series of well-attended town ...
James Weldon Johnson
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Famous quotes containing the word johnson:

    The heart of a woman falls back with the night,
    And enters some alien cage in its plight,
    And tries to forget it has dreamed of the stars,
    While it breaks, breaks, breaks on the sheltering bars.
    —Georgia Douglas Johnson (1886–1966)

    I have always considered it as treason against the great republic of human nature, to make any man’s virtues the means of deceiving him.
    —Samuel Johnson (1709–1784)

    Truth, Sir, is a cow which will yield such people no more milk, and so they are gone to milk the bull.
    —Samuel Johnson (1709–1784)