Johnson, Amos

Amos Johnson was born in Adams County, Pennsylvania around 1845 and served in the United States Colored Troops during the Civil War. According to his service records, Johnson worked as a laborer before the conflict. In February 1864 Johnson joined Company I of the 25th USCT in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Johnson was sent to a general hospital in June 1864 and transported back North on August 10, 1865. Johnson received a discharge for “disability” at a hospital in New York on October 3, 1865. (By Don Sailer)
Full name
Amos Johnson
Place of Birth
Birth Date Certainty
Estimated
Death Date Certainty
Estimated
Gender
Male
Race
Black
Sectional choice
North
Origins
Free State
Occupation
Military
Other
Other Occupation
Laborer
Relation to Slavery
Free black
Military
Union Army
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