Pascal Eugene Johnson

Born:June 25 1880 In:  Cookville, Titus Co. Texas
Died:Feb 16 1940 (at age 59)In:  Tucson Arizona


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Immediate family

Ruby Ione Johnson (born Smith)
His wife
Charlotte Jean Bowie (born Johnson)
His daughter
infant Johnson
His daughter
Dosia Elizabeth Johnson (born Reynolds)
His wife
Sybil Elizabeth Higginbotham (born Johnson)
His daughter
Effie Mae Grissom (born Johnson)
His daughter
Samuel Thomas Johnson
His father
Lula (Talulah) Johnson (born Masters)
His mother
Lillie Viola Barrier (born Johnson)
His sister
Nora Catherine Barrier (born Johnson)
His sister
Sadie Belle May (born Johnson)
His sister
Malcolm Theodore Johnson, Sr.
His brother
Geneva Strickland Johnson
His sister


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Personal info

Height: 5 feet 8 inches
Weight: 165
Hair color: Brown
Eye color: Brown


In 1900 Pascal Eugene Johnson is listed twice in the US census - once with his father Samuel Thomas Johnson and once with his sister Lillie Viola Johnson Barrier and her husband.

Obituary from El Paso Herald Post February 17, 1940


Pascal Johnson Taken by Death


Pascal Eugene Johnson, manger of the Western Sales Co., died while on a business visit to Tucson yesterday. Mr. Johnson was 59 and had been a resident of El Paso 35 years.

A member of he Board of Deacons of the First Baptist Church, Mr. Johnson was active in church affairs of the city. He was a member of El Paso Masonic Lodge No. 1137, and a 32 degree Nason.

His brother Malcolm T Johnson is is secretary of the City Civil Service Commission.

Other survisiors include his widow Mrs Ruby Ione Johnson, three daughters, Mrs Edward W. Grissom of El Paso, Mrs. Rufus T Higginbotham of Dallas, and Mrs Robert R (sic) Bowie of Rochester, N.Y.; and three sisters Mrs J.D. May of Omaha, Neb., Mrs Tom J Barrier of Mt. Pleasant, and Mrs. W.T. Barrier of Dallas.

Funeral arrangements are pending with Peak-Hagedon.

MASTERS, LULA (mother) , and SAMUEL T JOHNSON who was born in AL, had a baby, PASCAL EUGENE JOHNSON born 25 Jun 1880 in TX.

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Obituary El Paso Times - February 1940

El Pasoan Dies on Tucson Trip

Pascal Eugene Johnson Succumbs Suddenly; Owned Sales Firm

Pascal Eugene Johnson, 59, 3201 Aurora Street, died in Tucson, Ariz. Friday. 

Mr. Johnson, owner and manager of the Western Sales Company in El Paso, was on a business trip when he became ill and died suddenly.  He had beenan El Paso resident 35 years.

He was a brother of Malcolm T. Johnson, executive secretary of the City Civil Service Commission.

Mr. Johnson was a member of the board of deacons and an active member of the First Baptist Church for many years,  He was also a member of el Paso Masonic Lodge No. 1137 and a 32d degree Mason.

He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ruby Ione Johnson, three daughters, Mrs. Edward Grissom, El Paso; Mrs. Rufus T. Higginbotham, Dallas, Texas, and Mrs. Robert R (sic) Bowie, Rochester NY;a brother Malcolm T. Johnsonand three sisters, Mrs. J.D.May, Omaha, Neb (sic), Mrs. Tom Barrier, Mt. Pleasant Texas, and Mrs.W.T. Barrier, Dallas Texas.

Mr. Johnson's body will arrive in El Paso Saturday.  funeral arrngements were pending with Peak-Hagedon.

Notice from El Paso Times Feb 1940


Funeral Is Set For P.E. Johnson

Funeral services for Pascal Eugee Johnson, 59, 3201 Aurora Street, who died suddenly Friday while on a business trip in Tucson Ariz., will be held in First Baptist Church at 2 pm Monday with the REv. I.L. Yearby officiating.

Mr. Johnson, a resident of el Paso for 35 years, was a member of the church's board of deacons for several years.  Members of the board will be honorary pall bearers.

Active Pall Bearers will be E.B. Link, W.Z. Collier, Victor anderson, Tome Lea, A.L. Holm and R.R. Bowie.

Burial will be i EvergreenCemetery under direction o Peak Hagedon.


The Western Forum  ( newsletter of First Baptist Church of El Paso, February 1940)

P.E. Johnson

Again the GReat Reaper hs thrust in his sickle nd taken from us one of our noble, faithful and beloved deacons, Borther P.E. Johnson.  He was called to his heavenly home last Friday morning at Tucson while he was on a business trip.  Brother Johnson had been a member of the First Baptist Church since 1906 and had served as an active deacon for many years.

He was devoted to his Lord and faithful to his church.  He was a man who by precept and example, lived the Christian life.  Our church and community will miss him, but our loss is heaven's gain.  The funeral services were held at the church Monday afternoon. 

We all join in sincerest sympathy for the bereaved family and assure them of our love and prayers at this time of sorrow.  We commend them to the heaveny fther's care and know that they will find God's grace sufficient fo rthis bereavement which they have undergone.


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