Mary Johnson

Mary Johnson may refer to:

* Mary Johnson (first lady), (''c.''1830-1887), first lady of California. * Mary Johnson (actress) (1896–1975), Swedish silent film performer in ''Sex in Chains'' * Mary Johnson (singer) (1900–1970), African American lowdown blues singer * Mary Johnson Lowe (1924–1999), née Mary Johnson, American jurist * Mary Johnson (cricketer) (born 1924), English cricketer * Mary Lea Johnson (1926–1990), American theatrical producer, entrepreneur and philanthropist * Mary Johnson (activist) (born 1948), American advocate for disability rights; founded ''Ragged Edge'' magazine * Mary Johnson (writer) (born 1958), American writer and Director of ''A Room of Her Own Foundation'' Provided by Wikipedia

by Johnson, Mary
Published 1759
Printed for J. Fuller, in Blowbladder-Street, Cheapside

by Johnson, Mary
Published 1706
printed by T. Bland
Subjects: '; ...Johnson, Mary / d. 1706 / Trials, litigation, etc...

by Johnson, Mary
Published 1765
printed for J. Fuller, in Blowbladder Street; and W. Nicoll, in St. Paul's Church-Yard

by Johnson, Mary
Published 1755
printed for M. Cooper, Pater-Noster-Row; and C. Sympson, at the Bible, Chancery-Lane

by Johnson, Mary
Published 1753
printed for H. Jeffery, in Mercer's Chapel, Cheapside