Marcus Johns

Birth Name: Marcus David Johns

Place of Birth: Miami, Florida, U.S.

Date of Birth: April 11, 1993

Ethnicity: English, Irish, German, Scottish, 1/16th Greek, French, distant Basque

Marcus Johns is an American actor.

He is the son of Holly and David Johns. His brother is actor Cody Johns. Marcus is married to Kristin Lauria.

Marcus’ paternal grandfather was George Roscoe Johns, Jr. (the son of George Rescoe Johns, Sr. and Thelma Vernell Burton). Marcus’ grandfather George was born in Virginia. Marcus’ great-grandfather George was born in Virginia, the son of Peter Johns, who was born in Samos, Greece, and of and Martha Foreman. Thelma was born in Virginia, and likely was the daughter of John W. Burton and Annie.

Marcus’ paternal grandmother was named Ruth LaVerne.

Marcus’ maternal grandfather was John Raymond Barlett (the son of Harry Austin Barlett and Mary Alice Cloud). John was born in Texas. Harry was born in Wellesley, Ontario, Canada, the son of Henry Charles Barlett, whose parents were German, and of Marguerith/Margaret Jane Rogers, whose father was Irish. Mary Alice was born in Louisiana, the daughter of James Cloud and Rose Cuculler/Cucullu, and was listed as “French” on John’s birth record. The surname Cuculler, originally spelt Cucullu, has origins in the Basque Country, and can be traced back to Manuel Simon de Cucullu, Jr., who was born, c. 1760, in Plentzia, Basque Country, Spain, and moved to New Orleans.

Marcus’ maternal grandmother was Donna Marie Davidson (the daughter of Dwight L. Davidson and Helen Marie Comer). Donna was born in Tennessee. Dwight was born in Tennessee, the son of Horace Walter Davidson and Martha Elizabeth Anderson. Helen was born in Tennessee, the daughter of Watt E. Comer and Edith N. Lyles.

Sources: Death record of Marcus’ paternal grandfather, George Roscoe Johns, Jr. –

Birth record of Marcus’ maternal grandfather, John Raymond Barlett –

Marriage record of Marcus’ maternal great-grandparents, Harry Austin Barlett and Mary Alice Cloud –

Birth record of Marcus’ maternal great-grandfather, Harry Austin Barlett –

Marcus’ maternal great-great-grandparents, Henry Charles Barlett and Marguerith/Margaret Jane Rogers, on the 1881 Canada Census –

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17 Responses

  1. follers says:

    If anyone wants to format this properly, I’ll add it (and I mean literally anyone).

    Otherwise, I’m not adding any more of bablah’s unformatted stuff.

    • madman says:

      Make me an admin and I’ll do it.

      • follers says:

        I think this web site is in quite good and stable shape. Edit warring between multiple editors is not going to help it.

        And you should stop involving yourself in other people’s (non-genealogical) arguments, always on the wrong side. Do you ever see me doing that?

        I assume andrew will be next to answer. Just in the last month or so, he’s already called me “lazy” (a few days after I formatted and added approximately 700 Swedish genealogy links in early October; that’s not an inflated number), randomly mocked me (on the John Gavin page, now deleted), and used a common white supremacist code phrase (Rod Stewart, now deleted). So he might as well.

        Your conclusion from all of the above: I should have more respect for bablah and add its unformatted additions, which it purposefully doesn’t format correctly.

        Sounds like a win-win for me?

        • madman says:

          The wrong side? I’m on the side of “the more genealogy, the better”. I’m just saying it’s unwise to be rude to people who improve this side. But it’s your loss, not mine.

          I’m not endorsing Andrew’s comments.

          So you’d rather have no comment at all than an unformatted one, that you can reformat yourself in a minute? Very petty, I would say.

          • follers says:

            I know you’re not endorsing andrew’s comments, I’m saying I find it impossible to understand why you keep inserting yourself into my arguments, always on the opposite side (not genealogical ones).

            “So you’d rather have no comment at all than an unformatted one, that you can reformat yourself in a minute? Very petty, I would say.”

            Then why don’t you do it? You love bablah, and, as you say, it only takes a minute (until it doesn’t).

            It’s not petty, it’s lazy on my part, as andrew said. bablah knows the correct format. It’s just mocking me, either with the bizarre comments about owning a computer (I assume it was joking) or saying something like it did last December, “if I formatted this stuff correctly, what would you do have to do all day?”

          • madman says:

            Have them in a private forum then, that way you won’t be bothered with this.

            “Then why don’t you do it?” If I was a moderator, I would. But since I’m not, I don’t think it’s my responsibility.

            And I’m positive bablah is a she, not “it”.

          • follers says:

            As to that point, disputed.

            I have no idea why you want to be a moderator, other than to change things that I already didn’t want to change.

            You don’t even submit that many corrections.

            If you want something extra to do, there you have it: bablah.

          • madman says:

            I’ve submitted many corrections (and profiles) during my time here. I don’t always find anything of value when I research.

          • follers says:

            Eh? I mean I don’t see why you need the power of moderation. You probably submit less than ten genealogy updates a week, on average.

          • andrew says:

            Stlucas should format this profile since he made it, it’s my idea.

        • madman says:

          My comment was a response to “You don’t even submit that many corrections”, not to your comment about moderation. You decide who can become a moderator or not, I’m not gonna argue on that point. I just brought it up because you wanted someone to rewrite bablah’s comment. I just said that if I could edit the page directly and correct the phrasing, I would. I never said I wanted to become a moderator in the first place (although it would be cool).

        • andrew says:

          @ follers

          I was just ironic about Rod Stewart. And about John Gavin, forgive me.

  2. bablah says:

    Maternal grandfather was John Raymond Barlett, son of Harry Austin Barlett and Mary Alice Cloud:

    Harry was born in Wellesley, Ontario to Henry Charles Barlett and Marguerith/Margaret Rogers. Henry was born in Germany, while Margaret was born in Ontario.

    Mary Alice Cloud was likely born in Louisiana to James Cloud and Rose Cuculler/Cucullu. She is described as French on the birth record of John Barlett. Cucullu is a Basque last name.

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