Because I have had the need to conduct considerable research in the northern area of Trumbull Cty, I have various items in my files that I have accumulated over the past 20 years. The township is Johnston, not Johnson. One item I have is a page from the listings of cemeteries in the townships within the county. (I do not know from what publication the page I have - #331 - comes from.)Though some of the townships have far more cemeteries listed (10 for Howland twp), only two are listed for Johnston. One would wonder if it is a complete list. My guess is that this is a list that was prepared several years ago. The following is exactly as the listings appear for Johnston Twp. (I do not know what the asterisk, after each list, means.) EVERGREEN, NORTH: S7. On N side of SR88, .2 mi e of SR193. Old & new parts. * EVERGREEN, SOUTH: S7. On S side of SR88, .2 mi e of SR193.*
Section 7 is in the far northwest corner of the township which would lead one to think there must have been other cemeteries in the township. I have an 1899 map of the Johnston Twp. but it is difficult to read, difficult to find names, etc.
I have found the people at the "Local History & Genealogy" section of the Warren-Trumbill County Public Library to be very helpful. They will answer simple questions on line. You can find the home site at www.wtcpl.lib.oh.us/ Then look for the "Local History & Gen." site; then click on "E mail reference"