I don't have much information on Jorgon Johnson, in fact I'm not even sure his name is spelled that way, it could be Jorgan or Jørgen. His tombstone simply says JP Johnson. One census lists him as John, and another as JP.
He was born in Denmark March 27, 1851. He married Hannah G. Branshus July 4, 1873 in Denmark. He was naturalized October 6, 1877 in Cuming County, Nebraska. He died February 2, 1945 and was buried with his wife Hannah in Blair, Nebraska.
As far as the US Census is concerned, in 1920, he was listed as J P Johnson, living in Blair township, Washington County, Nebraska with his wife Elizabeth. His wife Hannah had died in 1908.
In 1910, he was listed as John P Johnson, living in the city of Blair with two daughters, Myrtle and Della O. and two sons, Vivian M. and Nathan L. Yes, that's not a typo, Vivian is listed as a 17 year old son, white male on the form.
In 1900, he was listed as John P Johnson, living in the city of Blair, Nebraska with his family. His wife Hannah, 3 daughters and 2 sons. The extra daughter's name was Hannah. Beside JP's wife's name is the number 17, meaning she had 17 children and the number 9, meaning 9 were alive as of 1900.
What doesn't make much sense to me is the name Jørgen. That should be Danish for George, not John. John would be Hans or Johan. So I'm not 100% on the name Jorgon or Jørgen.