Bio:Imogene Johnson Pence
Imogene Johnson (1812-1883) was a daughter of wikipedia:Richard Mentor Johnson, the ninth Vice-President of the United States, and wikipedia:Julia Chinn, the enslaved woman with whom he lived with as his wife.
In 1830 Imogene married David B. Pence. She died in 1883.
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