Dr. Hardwick Smith Johnson, Jr.

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Dr. Hardwick Smith Johnson, Jr.

Dr. Hardwick Smith Johnson, Jr., the son of Hardwick Smith Johnson, Sr. and Louise Johnson, was born in Millen, Georgia.  Dr. Johnson received his B.A. from Atlanta Christian College, and completed his M.Ed. at Georgia Southern University.  He then received his Ed.S. from Georgia State University and his Ed.D. from Nova Southeastern University

Society Memberships
* Society of the Cincinnati in the State of Connecticut (Member of the
   Standing Committee 2012-2015)
* General Society of Colonial Wars (Member of the Georgia, North Carolina,
   and District of Columbia Societies)
* National Gavel Society (former Secretary)
* National Society Americans of Royal Descent (President General;
   of the Most Venerable Order of Saint Louis
* Order of Three Crusades 1096-1192 (President General)
* One Hundred Living Descendants of Blood Royal
* Ancient Heraldic and Chivalric Order of Albion (Captain General; Knight of
   Albion of the Conversion of the Twenty-Three Kings
National Order of the Knights of the Golden Horseshoe (Knight; First Vice
   President General)

* Hereditary Order of Descendants of Colonial Governors (Honorary 
   Governor General)

* Order of the Crown of Charlemagne in the United States of America
   (Honorary President General)
* Order of the Merovingian Dynasty (Honorary President General; Founding
* National Society Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims (Honorary Governor 
* National Society Sons of the American Colonists (Honorary Governor
* Order of the Crown in America (Councilor for Georgia)
* Hereditary Order of the Descendants of the Loyalists and Patriots of the
   American Revolution (Honorary Governor General)
* Order of First Families of Virginia 1607-1624/25
* Colonial Order of the Acorn
* Order of Colonial Lords of Manors in America
* Descendants of the Illegitimate Sons and Daughters of the Kings of

* Order of Scions of Colonial Cavaliers (First Vice President General)
* Continental Society Sons of Indian Wars (Honorary Governor General)
* Order of Indian Wars of the United States (Honorary Commander)s
* First Families of Georgia 1733-1797 (Honorary Governor General)
* General Society Sons of the Revolution (member of the Pennsylvania
* National Society Sons of the American Revolution (former Vice President
   General-South Atlantic District; former National Trustee-Georgia; former
   President of the Georgia Society; Recipient of the Minute Man Award)
* General Society of the War of 1812 (former Vice-President General for
   Georgia; former President of the Georgia Society)
* Aztec Club of 1847 (former Vice President)
* Order of Americans of Armorial Ancestry (former Secretary General;
   former  Council Member)
* Jamestowne Society (Honorary Governor of the First Georgia Company)
* National Society Sons and Daughters of Antebellum Planters 1607-1865
   (former Genealogist General)
* Son of a Witch (President General)

* National Huguenot Society (life member)
* Georgia Huguenot Society (life member)
* Baronial Order of Magna Charta 
* Military Order of the Crusades
* National Guild of Saint Margaret of Scotland
* National Order of the Blue and Gray (life member)
* Royal Society of Saint George


A History of the Johnson Family and the Johnson Church,
     Privately, 1974
Some Descendants of James and Rachel Oglesby,
Printed Privately,
Improving Middle School Students' Participation and Academic
     Achievement in a Gifted Education Program,
Proquest, 2002

Chivalric Orders
* The Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem
   (Knight, bestowed by warrant of its Sovereign Head Her Majesty
   Queen Elizabeth II)

Listed In
Marquis Who's Who in America

Other Notes  
Dr. Johnson is active in multiple civic, historical and cultural organizations. He serves on the Harpers Ferry Historic Landmarks Commission, the Board of the Harpers Ferry-Bolivar Historic Town Foundation, and is a member The Pilgrims of the United States, and the Beresford Family Society.  He has been named a Kentucky Colonel, an Honorary Citizen of the City of Los Angeles, an Honorary Admiral of the Texas Navy, and an Honorary Member of the Coweta Tribal Town of the Creek Indian Nation.   Dr. Johnson is a recipient of the Medal of Honor from the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, the Honor Medal of the National Society Daughters of American Colonists and the Outstanding Young Men of America Award.

Dr. Johnson’s interests include medieval history and genealogy, heraldry, international travel, Theatre Pipe Organ Music, and collecting antique Southern Folk Pottery (jugs, churns, jars, crocks).

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