JOHNSON, SAMUEL LAWRENCE, 1909-

Biography:

Clergyman. Born– August 16, 1909, Tyne Dock, England. Parents– Samuel and Florence Ann (Woody) Johnson. Emigrated to the United States, 1910; naturalized, 1930. Married– Alice Martha Dunan, November 11, 1935. Children– Three. Education– Carleton University, B.A., 1930; Andover Newton Theological School, B.D., 1933; Piedmont College, D.D., 1954; ordained, Congregationalist Church, 1933. Minister, Salem, Mass., 1933-1941; Chicago, Ill., 1941-1951; Detroit, Mich., 1951-1960; Kokomo, Ind., 1960-1965; Pilgrim Congregationalist Church, Birmingham, Ala.; 1965-retirement. Member; Board of Directors, Ministry to University of Alabama in Birmingham; Board of Directors, United Community Services.

Source:

Who’s Who in the South and Southwest, 1976.

Publication(s):

Captain Ducky & Other Children’s Sermons. Nashville; Abingdon, 1976.

Cats and Dogs Together, and Other Children’s Sermons. Nashville; Abingdon, 1975.

The Cross-Eyed Bear and Other Children’s Sermons. Nashville; Abingdon, 1978.

The Mouse’s Tale and Other Children’s Sermons. Nashville; Abingdon, 1978.

The Pig’s Brother and Other Children’s Sermons. Nashville; Abingdon, 1970.

The Squirrel’s Bank Account, and Other Children’s Sermons. Nashville; Abingdon, 1972.