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Charles Benjamin 'Benjy' Johnson, Jr.

Charles Benjamin 'Benjy' Johnson


                         Name: Charles Benjamin 'Benjy' Johnson

                         Branch of Service: U.S. Navy

                         Unit: USS Cole, USS Barry, USS Branch,
                         USS Jack, USS Snapper, USS Bergell,
                         USS Besugo, USS Manta, USS Drum,
                         USS Sea Cat, USS Threadfin, USS Odax

                         Rank: Motor Machinists Mate 1st Class                          (WWII)

                         Dates of Service(1):10/10/1939-11/16/1943

                         Dates of Service(2):11/17/1943-7/16/1956

                         Dates of Service(3):7/17/1956-6/1/1965

                         Theater of Service: American, Asiatic-
                         Pacific, Europe-African-Middle Eastern

                         Charles Benjamin Johnson retired as
                         Senior Chief Engineman in U.S. Navy
                         Fleet Reserve on 6/1/1965.

 

Charles Benjamin 'Benjy' Johnson, Jr., was born on August 6, 1915, in Albemarle County, Virginia; he was the son of Charles Benjamin Johnson, Sr., and Ruth (Allen) Johnson,  Benjy married Nell Baird on June 28, 1945, in Scottsville, Virginia.  Benjy passed away on July 24, 1975, in Charlottesville, Virginia, and is buried at Scottsville Cemetery, in Scottsville, Virginia.

Charles B. Johnson, Jr. and Nell Baird Johnson, Scottsville Cemetery
Charles Benjamin Johnson, Jr., Scottsville Cemetery

 
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