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James Healey Johnson (c1862-1931) for thirty years, held the position of Engineer to the Witham Drainage General Commissioners and the Witham Outfall Board
second son of Richard Johnson
1931 Obituary 
WE announce with regret the death, on July 4th, of Mr. James Healey Johnson. M.Inst.C.E., at the age of 69 years.
Mr. Johnson, who was the second son of the late Mr. Richard Johnson. M.I.Inst.C.E., at one time chief engineer of the Great Northern Railway, had, for thirty years, held the position of Engineer to the Witham Drainage General Commissioners and the Witham Outfall Board, and also acted as consulting engineer to the newly formed Witham and Steeping Rivers Catchment Board.
Before going to Boston in 19001, Mr. J. H. Johnson had been assistant engineer on the Derbyshire District of the Great Northern Railway.
He was elected an Associate Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers in 1901, and transferred to the class of Member in 1906.