Johnson Ranch Glenrio, New Mexico

The Johnson Ranch was established in about 1910 by James Ira Johnson.
100 1636  The remains of the "Johnson Ranch" established abt. 1915. Glenrio, New Mexico. 100 1645  Front door of the "Johnson Ranch" 100 1647  The remains of the "Johnson Ranch" established abt. 1915. Glenrio, New Mexico. 100 1638  The remains of the "Johnson Ranch" established about 1915. Glenrio, New Mexico. 100 1639  Screened in porch where the Johnson family spent summers. Albert Sidney Johnson died here in 1952. When I visited here as a three year old I remember seeing my dad, Albert Sidney Johnson lying on a bed in this enclosed porch area. I also remember seeing the kitchen with a linoleum floor and a woman at a sink washing dishes. 100 1646  The remains of the "Johnson Ranch" established abt. 1915 by  James Ira Johnson in Glenrio, New Mexico. I believe that Ira James Johnson took over the ranch in 1915 after his father James Washington Johnson died n 1935. I'm not sure what the ownersip connection is between Ira James Johnson and his father James Washington Johnson.
100 1652  The remains of the "Johnson Ranch" established abt. 1915 by  James Ira Johnson in Glenrio, New Mexico. The round rock structure is the old well. 100 1658  The Johnson Ranch outhouse. Marie Garcia Shaffner checking it out. 100 1659  Remains of the milking shed. 100 1660  What may be the remains of the wagon that transported the Johnson's from Pilot Point, Texas abt. 1915. 100 1675  What may be the remains of the wagon that transported the Johnson's from Pilot Point, Texas abt. 1915. 100 1676  What may be the remains of the wagon that transported the Johnson's from Pilot Point, Texas abt. 1915.
100 1688  The remains of the "Johnson Ranch" established abt. 1915. Glenrio, New Mexico. 100 1663  Sandstone outcropping very near to the  Johnson ranch. This author remembers playing here as a 3 year old. 100 1682  James Shaffner, grandson of James Washington Johnson b. 1854. James Ira Johnson established the ranch in about 1915. The ranch was eventually taken over by his son, Ira James Johnson. My mother Marion Wetherill Johnson told me that Ira Johnson and his wife wanted to adopt me in 1947. glenrio  James Washington Johnson and his wife Nancy Roberts Johnson. I believe this photo was taken near the Johnson Ranch in Glenrio, New Mexico. They had five children Nancy Irene Johnson b. 1877, Edgar Allen Johnson b. 1879, Albert Sidney Johnson b. 1885, Ira James Johnson b. 1889, William Johnson b. 1895. Albert Sidney Johnson was my father.