Thomas H. Johnson
|Thomas H. Johnson|
|Born||September 9, 1862|
New York City
|Parents||Thomas and Julia Johnson|
|Children||C. A., Thomas A., James M., Abbie Julia, and Arthur J.|
- For the businessman and bridge namesake, see Thomas A. Johnson.
In 1870, Johnson came with his family to Pensacola. He worked as a clerk in a mercantile store and as a job printer before going to work in the bay, working first as a stevedore and later as the foreman of the Bruce Dry Dock Company. He later became a labor leader, serving as the president of the Florida branch of the International Labor Association.
Johnson was married to Ella Massey in 1898. The couple had five children.
George H. Heinrich
|Mayor of Pensacola
Francis Robinson Pou
- Armstrong, Henry Clay. History of Escambia County, Florida. 1930.