The source for my question is found at the Jehovah Witnesses own web site: The Watchtower :
His Origin Was From Early Times: "Since all created things had a beginning, there was a time when God was alone."
It then asks a rhetorical question:
Who was his first creation?
The last book of the Bible identifies Jesus as "the beginning of the creation by God." (Revelation 3:14) Jesus is "the firstborn of all creation." Source: Watchtower 2005 9/15 pp. 4-7: Who Is Jesus Christ?
From the NASB it says at John 1:1,
"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God."
According to the context the "Word/Logos" is identified as Jesus Christ. John 1:1-14.
He was in the beginning with God and He was God.
If you're with somebody your a distinct person from that somebody.
Moreover, there is only one beginning. John's "beginning" is referring to the Genesis 1:1 beginning. At the Genesis 1:1 beginning it states, "In the beginning God created. So the Genesis "beginning" is telling us WHAT HAPPENED "in the beginning."
At John 1:1, "in the beginning" the emphasis in on WHO EXISTED "in the beginning." And verses like John 1:3, "All things came into being by Him, and apart (or without Him) nothing came into being that has come into being. Colossians 1:16, Hebrews 1:10 and even Revelation 3:14 backs up John 1:1. At Revelation 3:14 Jesus is the "arche/beginning" or the source and origin of the beginning of time and space. We get our English word "architect" from the Greek word, "arche."
The following confirms what was stated and if more information is needed, that can be suppied as well: John 1.