Johnstone, John

Birth Name Johnstone, John
Gender male

Narrative

No wife or widow was mentioned in John's death notice in The Islander- May 16, 1851:
On the 19th ult., after a protracted pulmonary disease, which he bore with Christian fortitude, John the eldest son of Mr. William Johnstone of Long River, New London, aged 35 years, leaving kind parents and a large circle of relations and friends to lament his loss. But realizing particularly in his death, the virtue of the blood of Christ, it is satisfying to know that their loss is his gain.

In Arthur Johnstone's story of growing up in Long River, he said that David Johnstone's son Captain William took John to Palaka, Florida, in the hope that his would improve his health.

Administration papers of John Johnstone's estate say he was a miller in Bedeque and that he was unmarried.

Events

Event Date Place Description Sources
Baptism July 12, 1816 Kirkpatrick-Fleming, Dumfries, Scotland    
Death April 19, 1851 Bedeque Road, Lot 26, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada died of TB at age 32, from Johnstone family history in PEI Archives, Summerside  

Parents

Relation to main person Name Birth date Death date Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Johnstone, WilliamAugust 20, 1784December 28, 1858
Mother Lytle Little, MaryNovember 1791May 26, 1866
         Johnstone, John July 12, 1816 April 19, 1851
    Sister     Johnstone, Isabel February 1818 August 16, 1907
    Brother     Johnstone, William April 29, 1819 December 25, 1899
    Sister     Johnstone, Jannet April 6, 1822 September 28, 1866
    Brother     Johnstone, James July 7, 1823 April 3, 1863
    Sister     Johnstone, Mary November 27, 1826 January 25, 1898
    Brother     Johnstone, Robert May 6, 1829 December 4, 1907
    Brother     Johnstone, Andrew May 6, 1831 February 5, 1857
    Sister     Johnstone, Margaret March 19, 1834 March 23, 1920