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William Johnson (1771-1834)
Johnson was born in South Carolina. He studied law at Princeton and graduated in 1790. In 1794, he married Sarah Bennett. He was appointed justice by Thomas Jefferson in 1804, as the successor of Alfred Moore.
Johnson died in 1834 in New York after surgery on his jaw.
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