Biographyk-Johnson, Lloyd Edward. b. April 20, 1896, St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota; Norwegian American; Father Seavert Johnson (1867-1940), mother Nelsina Mueller (1874-1959) both born in Norway; Served in WWI in the US Army, 56th Engineers, Co. G, Rank Corporal; Single (Married Dorthy Lurlene Ohrner (1902-1983) Divorced 1928) two sons Robert Lloyd Johnson Harper (1922-2005) and Donald James Johnson Harper (1926-2010); Salesman and Clerk; Received Passport# 380621 on March 29, 1937 which listed his address as Stillwater Avenue, White Bear Lake, Minnesota; Served with the XV BDE, Washington BN, Co. 1, Section 1; Lincoln-Washington BN, Co. 1; MIA September 7, 1938, Corbera, Ebro Offensive.
Siblings: brothers Ralph Ferdinand Johnson (1897-1940), Bernhardt Martinius Johnson (1902-1957), and Clarence Nathaniel Johnson (1907-1961).
Source: Scope of Soviet Activity (M); Pay (July under Johnson, Lloyd signed for 7/1 to 7/30); Washington; RGASPI Fond 545, Opis 6, Delo 47, ll. 15 List of Washington BN personnel June 16, 1937; Opis 6, Delo 917, ll. 86 (Ver arch gen amer); USSDA (under Lloyd E) 2:0666, 58:0163; WWI The Honor Roll of Ramsey Co. , Minnesota. Listed under O.2 D. 1278, ll. 36, 48 backside of document (this roster lists his dob and pob, plus home). Code A
Lloyd Edward Johnson (1896-1938) Volunteer, by Chris Brooks, The Volunteer Blog, posted October 4, 2019.
Photographs: Lloyd Edward Johnson with his family circa 1928-1930, Photographs M. Harper.