Johnson County

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English[edit]

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Etymology 1[edit]

Named after Benjamin Johnson.

Proper noun[edit]

Johnson County

  1. A county of Arkansas, United States. County seat: Clarksville.

Etymology 2[edit]

Named after Herschel Vespasian Johnson.

Proper noun[edit]

Johnson County

  1. A county of Georgia, United States. County seat: Wrightsville.

Etymology 3[edit]

Named after Richard Mentor Johnson.

Proper noun[edit]

Johnson County

  1. A county of Illinois, United States. County seat: Vienna.
  2. A county of Iowa, United States. County seat: Iowa City.
  3. A county of Kentucky, United States. County seat: Paintsville.
  4. A county of Missouri, United States. County seat: Warrensburg.
  5. A county of Nebraska, United States. County seat: Tecumseh.

Etymology 4[edit]

Named after John Johnson, a Justice of the Supreme Court of Indiana.

Proper noun[edit]

Johnson County

  1. A county of Indiana, United States. County seat: Franklin.

Etymology 5[edit]

Named after Thomas Johnson, a Kansan politician.

Proper noun[edit]

Johnson County

  1. A county of Kansas, United States. County seat: Olathe.

Etymology 6[edit]

Named after Thomas Johnson, an early settler.

Proper noun[edit]

Johnson County

  1. A county of Tennessee, United States. County seat: Mountain City.

Etymology 7[edit]

Named after Middleton Johnson, a Texas Ranger, soldier and politician.

Proper noun[edit]

Johnson County

  1. A county of Texas, United States. County seat: Cleburne.

Etymology 8[edit]

Named after E. P. Johnson, a Cheyenne attorney.

Proper noun[edit]

Johnson County

  1. A county of Wyoming, United States. County seat: Buffalo.

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