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1824 - 1828

Henry Johnson and Elizabeth Rousby Key Johnson had a daughter and possibly one son. 

Emily Louisa Johnson, their daughter, is buried in a tomb in St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery in Thibodaux, La.  This is quite surprising, since Henry was such a devoted Episcopalian.

Also buried in this tomb are Elizabeth Rousby Key Johnson's brother, Philip Barton Key, her sister Louisa Emily Key and a nephew William Thompson Key.  The tomb is not maintained.

Key - Johnson Tomb
Located across the grassy walkway from
the tomb of
Gov. Edward Douglass White

 

Left Side Plaques
Two Plaque Locations are Empty

 

William Thompson Key
Son of Philip Barton Key
of Acadie Plantation
Lafourche Parish
1841 - 1909

Louisa Emily Key
daughter of Philip Barton Key of Maryland
born December 22, 1811
died March 6, 1830

 

Emily Louisa Johnson
daughter of Henry and Elizabeth R. Johnson
born at Washington May 4, 1838
died December 6, 1839

 

Right Side Plaques
Three Plaque Locations are Empty

Phillip Barton Key
Born In Maryland
Nov. 2nd, 1804
Died In Louisiana
May 4th, 1855

 Back of Tomb
Plaque on Left Side
No Plaque on Right Side

 

Plaque on Left Side

"Blessed are the dead who die in
the Lord henceforth.  Yes, says
the Spirit, let them rest from their labors,
for their works follow them."

Apocalypse

     Chapter 14, Verse 13


    

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