Executive secretary; genealogist. Born– February 21, 1931, Putnam County, MO. Parents– Clark Scott and Mildred D. (Ward) Scott. Married– Walter H. Johnson, November 30, 1963. Children–Two. Education– Wichita Business College; University of Alabama in Huntsville. Held executive secretarial positions with oil, insurance, and aerospace firms in Wichita; owner and operator, Johnson Historical Publications. Editor, Valley Leaves (quarterly of the Tennessee Valley Genealogical Society) for six years.
Dorothy Scott Johnson, September 1985.
Cemeteries of Madison County, Alabama; a Record of the Tombstone Inscriptions in all Known White Cemeteries in the West Half of Madison County. Huntsville, AL; Johnson Historical Publications, 1971.
Cemeteries of Madison County, Alabama; a Record of the Tombstone Inscriptions in all Known White Cemeteries in the Northeast Portion of Madison County…. Huntsville, AL: Johnson Historical Publications, 1978.
What Would Peace Do? Orlando, FL; Peace Publishers, 1976.
1896 Confederate Census; Limestone, Morgan, & Madison Counties, Alabama. Huntsville, AL; Johnson Historical Publications, 1981.
Madison County, Alabama Deed Books; A, B, C, D, E, 1810-1819. Johnson Historical Publications, s.d.
Madison County, Alabama, Orphans Court Minutes, 1810-1817. Johnson Historical Publications, 1972.