His daughter Susan Ann Johnson (Fields) and a son James Johnson Jr. are buried at Mt. Carmel Cemetery a few miles from the farm, but I can't find James Sr. death date or burial. Susan and her family lived on James Johnson's farm. Susan died in 1939. James Johnson's name shows up on the 1883 Title Abstract. It may have been when he passed the land down to Susan. But still no date when he died or where he's buried, but for his Army of Tennessee buckle to be found a few years back in the front yard of James's old home is really neat. The site where the buckle was found is the current owner's garden. When the current land owner called me and said he'd found a CS buckle in his garden, I thought REPO as what he was describing sounded like an Army of Tennessee buckle, but when I went and looked at it. It was the real deal and I wanted to know what an Army of Tennessee buckle was doing in central Arkansas. I've wonder about this a lot maybe one of Susan's kids or even one James's kids lost it playing in the yard. One of the three back hooks is broken off. The patina is right, for being in the ground a long time. Maybe the old VET threw it in the yard because of the one broken hook. Like I said before James and his Family was living there in the 1870 Census. Thanks Tim and George for your interest.