When did Johnny Jones - pioneer - die?
Johnny Jones - pioneer - died in 1869.
Johnny Jones - pioneer - was born in 1808.
Johnny L. Jones died in 1993.
Johnny Jones died June 5, 1980, in Ruston, LA, USA.
Johnny L. Jones was born in 1933.
Ruth Ann Jones has written: 'Pioneer partners'
Johnny Jones was born August 25, 1892, in Arcadia, LA, USA.
Johnny Apple Seed
Johnny 'Yard Dog' Jones was born on 1941-06-21.
Johnny Jones - basketball player - was born on 1943-03-12.
Little Johnny Jones - 1929 is rated/received certificates of: USA:Passed (National Board of Review)
Broadway on Showtime - 1979 Little Johnny Jones was released on: USA: 1980
Dorothy Gossett Jones has written: 'Elijah Gossett, Texas pioneer' -- subject(s): Family, Genealogy
Because he is a legend of the Music Industry. He is a pioneer of many things of music.
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James McBride - pioneer - died in 1859.
James Logan - pioneer - died in 1859.
William Barlow - pioneer - died in 1904.
Jonathan Berry - pioneer - died in 1878.
John Marsh - pioneer - died in 1856.
William Berry - pioneer - died in 1654.
Alexander Gordon - pioneer - died in 1697.
William Cox - pioneer - died in 1837.
Adam Miller - pioneer - died in 1783.
Robert Todd - pioneer - died in 1814-03.
James Earl Jones.
John Macarthur - wool pioneer - died in 1834.
Robert Blackburn - aviation pioneer - died in 1955.
George Washington - Washington pioneer - died in 1905.
Peter Stephens - pioneer - died on 1757-11-01.
Michael Simmons - American pioneer - died in 1867.
George Bowman - pioneer - died on 1768-03-02.
Henry Jackson - Minnesota pioneer - died in 1857.
Rebecca Winters - pioneer - died on 1852-08-15.
Joshua Brown - Texas pioneer - died in 1874.
No player named Keith Jones has ever played for the Atlanta Braves. Players for the team with the same surname are: Andruw Jones Bill Jones Brandon Jones Charley Jones Chipper Jones Johnny Jones Ken Jones Mack Jones Nippy Jones Percy Jones
Johnny Appleseed was born John Chapman. He was an American pioneer nurseryman who introduced apple trees to large parts of Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois in early nineteenth century.
Non-fiction. John "Johnny Appleseed" Chapman was a pioneer nurseryman and New Church missionary during the late 18th and early 19th century.
The women usually made the pioneer food on the trail while the men hunted, worked or farmed. The women usually made things like stew, johnny cakes, fritters, etc.
Daniel Webster Jones has written: 'Forty years among the Indians' -- subject(s): Mormons, Frontier and pioneer life, Indians of North America
Norman Blackburn - aviation pioneer - died in 1966-01.
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George Clarke - New Zealand pioneer - died in 1913.
John Mackay - Australian pioneer - died on 1914-03-11.
George Jones recorded Johnny's hit, "One-Woman Man", twice. The second time Jones recorded it, it was a hit for him.
Yes Johnny Cade does die. He dies at the end of chapter 9.
he wanted to die
Johnny Jones debuted on April 24, 1919, playing for the New York Giants at Polo Grounds IV; he played his final game on May 15, 1920, playing for the Boston Braves at Braves Field.