And the last 38 acres? It's spelled out a little more specifically because it can't be described using halves and quarters. The land description system in Federal Land States is big on halves and quarters. Other, non-standard sized properties, are usually described more explicitly---often more explicitly than is shown here.
The estate settlement for John J. Johnson does not mention what happened to his real estate. I will have to look in the land records for those transactions. John J. Johnson will not be the grantor on those deeds--likely his administrators (and sons-in-law), Fred Ufkes and William Tammen will be. The probate records do not mention anywhere that Ufkes and Tammen are sons-in-law of Johnson.
And while I'm at it, I should be looking for the deeds where Johnson obtained the three parcels he owned upon his death.