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|Statement||A three-copy ed. of data was re-arranged and typed by Ivy Huntley Horn, 1947 ... Rev. in 1949 with later collected data by Clara Clemmer Stover|
|Contributions||Horn, Ivy Elizabeth Huntley Finch, 1884-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||H1-H26, T1-T238, I1-I78 pages :|
|Number of Pages||238|
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Addeddate Associated-names Horn, Ivy Elizabeth Huntley Finch, Bookplateleaf Call number HH Camera Sony Alpha-A (Control)Pages: Henry (Heinrich) Horn was born in in Germany, and immigrated to Adams Co., Pennsylvania during or before / He married Elizabeth Trone in Pennsylvania.
They lived in Maryland and Rockbridge Co., Virginia. They had thirteen children. He served in the Revolutionary War. Henry Horn and his descendants Statement of Responsibility: a three copy edition of data was re-arranged and typed by Ivy Huntly Horn, ; revised in with.
Books to Borrow. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open Library. Books by Language Additional Collections. Featured Full text of "Henry Horn and his descendants". A presentation of genealogic information of the descendants of Henry Horn the Quaker, -of North Carolina by one of his descendants, Dr.
Bob Horn, of Cornersville, TN. Henry was a member of Rich Square monthly meeting of Quakers, Edgecombe Co. Henry Horn was disowned by the Quakers, 16 May, Septem Henry and Ann, regarding their breach of discipline, action deferred.
On FebruHenry and wife Ann and children Jacob and Joel, Children: Demarias Horne, Isaac Horne, Charity Battle, Selah Horne, Esther (Hester) Horn. The author, Robert Gordon Horn, born inand most or all the Horn males buried in the Powell Cemetery at Lafayette, KY, are proven descendants of Henry Horn, a Quaker, born in in northeastern North Carolina or nearby Virginia.
Several other Horn male descendants of Henry the Quaker have obtained yDNA matches with us. Material on these and related families may be seen at my website, I have recently compiled two books on these Horn families, one focussed on Henry the Quaker and his descendants, and the other based on Henry's father, William Horn of.
The Horn Family Line. 05 Sep Robert M. Sharp is the 8th lineal descendant of William Horn (). This relationship is through his Sharp, Kinsey, Thorn, and Bundy lines.
Much of the information provided here as been graciously provided by Dr. Robert G. Horn. RGH, Bill Horn appears to have concluded that this William Henry Horn, clearly his ancestor, is the son of Elijah Horn and r, as suggested in my Notes to his parents, above, there seems to be considerable murkiness in making this Horn has not provided me much reassurance that he is certain/near certain of the connection to Elijah, doubts remain, in my.
There is a Henry Horn buried at Pilgrim Knob Va who served in the Civil war with Brother Squire. Their father was Henry Horn Sr. m/ Sarah/sally who was born in NC. Listed in census of tazewell Co from which Buchanan County was formed in Arminda born between and Descendants of William Horn Sr Generation 6 (con't) xi.
Infant Daughter Horn was born on 26 Sep She died on 26 Sep Lula A Filling Adams was born in in Alabama. Henry Horn and Lula A Filling Adams were married on 16 Jun They had no children. Family history of Horn ancestors & descendants of Elisha Thomas Horn of Zion Hills County Full Name Grandad Grandma Grandmother Gray Henry Horn Holland Horn family Horn Horn Horn horse Hughes HUSBAND John JOHN HENRY HOLLAND Kelley Laura Lawrence Horn Leake County Lemuel Horn lived Lloyd Lula Mississippi, Horn History Book Committee.
Am searching for information about Henry Horn, Sr and his descendants. Josph P. Horn married Chola Keen, Salie Jane Horn married Alexander Short, Salie's parents were James Gordon Horn and Mary Elizabeth Baldwin.
Jame's parents were Squire Horn and Mary Ann Compton. As far as I know all these people were from Buchanan County, VA. Some of the information on the descendants of Able Horn was obtained from one of his descendants,Anne Ellis O'Brien ([email protected]] forwarded via Etta Roman, July The will of Able Horn is available in the Ray Horn Book, p Henry S.
Horn (Novem – Ma ) was a natural historian and ecologist. He was an emeritus professor in the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department at Princeton worked on a wide variety of topics including the following.
The Battle Book is available below, eighty-six years after the book was published. To download, click on a chapter, the key to the genealogy tables, a group of genealogy tables, or the entire book at the bottom of the page.
Once. the chapter or book appears in your web browser, you may save it to your computer for quicker retrieval. From this James of Sussex line, his grandson, Frederick Horn () appeared in the Nashville area and a number of his descendants are recorded in the middle Tennessee area. One fairly well known Horn from this line was a writer of a number of historical works, Stanley F.
Horn. Page – Henry Horn married to Mary Schupp, son  Erwin S. Horn Page – Henry Eyster Horn, bson of  Rev. William Melchior Horn, D.D., LL.D., S.T.D. and Marguerite E. Jacobs The Horn family is not noted in our list of families, because we only listed those surnames that had extensive listings in the index.
There is an excellent discussion of this Hardy Horn in the Ray Horn Book, pp As his two brothers did, Hardy sold his interest in the land left to him by his father, Joel, to Henry Thorp, in September,and he then purchased properties in the area, particularly in Wayne county, where he lived, prospered, and died in about Looking for information about Henry Horn born in the late 's.
He married Elizabeth Pretzman and had son Frederick who married Hepzibah Clark. This family was from Bedford, Penn. Thanks for the help. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch.
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This may be the acres Henry sold to his son Wm in ["(75) Henry Horn of Edgecomb Co to his son William Horn of same. 21 Dec 50 pounds Va. acres on the north side of Tar river, joining Stoney : John Page, Joseph Pittman(a Quaker), Isaac Horn.
Generation No. 1 m 2 Horn (Hypothetical 1) was born Bef. in Nansemond Co., VA, and died Abt. in Edgecombe Co., married Margret was born in Virginia, and died Bef.
in NC. 'This man, the earliest clearly established Horn ancestor in this family. William Henry Harshbarger and His Wife Lucinda Heck: and Jabez Van Dorin and His Wife Mary (Polly) Lee: Early Henry County, Iowa Pioneer Families, Their Ancestors, Descendants, and Related Families.
Galveston, Texas: J.W. Love, FHL Book HLj. [Hart] Burress, Marjorie. Henry Horn's will refers to a brother, Moses, as executor of his will. This Moses Horn is clearly not Moses Horn, the son of William, nor is he Moses Horn, the grandson of Richard Horne. No other documentation of Henry's brother Moses is known to me.
Horn Group 1: (34 members) Richard Horn, born before and diedHalifax County, NC. Other ancestors are Ephraim Horn, born inSherrod Horn, bornand William Horn, born This group includes 6 members with the surname of McEntire. Horn Group 2: (8 members) Henry Horn, born and died Two men with the last name.
Register Report for Thomas Horn Sr. Generation 1 in (The Cashie River property appears to have been in Bertie County, then and now; Henry's will is an Edgecombe County document, and it appears that Henry may have also had Edgecomb property, since he and his wife and children witnessed Edgecomb County deeds to property.
Henry Horn abt New York City, New York, United States - 02 Jun William Horn abt Russian Empire - bef Phillip Horn abt New York, United States - 20 Mar Descendants of William Horn Elijah James 6 Horn (William Henry 5, Elijah 4, William 3, William 2, Hypothetical 1) was born Novem in Edgecombe Co, NC, and died Abt.
in Stewart Co, married Emily Frances Henry Febru She was born Ap in Edgecombe Co, NC, and died January 3, in Galloway, TX, Panola Co.
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See all 12 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ 5/5(1). Founders. Joseph Horne (–) was born in Bedford County, Pennsylvania, the son of John Horn and Catherine Otto, grandson of Henry Horn, who had served in the Continental moved three counties west to Pittsburgh and found his first job in the retail trade with Christian Yeager, the father of South Fork Fishing and Hunting Club member H.
arters: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The first image gives a clue as to Henry Horn’s life- the commemorative plaques indicate he served in the Revolutionary War.
The commemorative plaques read: Plaque 1: Revolutionary Soldier. Reverend Henry Horn. Placed by his descendants. Henry Horn- Gravesite Military Markers, Horn Churchyard, Alum Bank, Bedford, PA. Caroline Horn was born October 15th, Margaret Horn was born April 3, Lucinda M.
Horn wife of Henry Horn was born Nov. the 20 William Henry Horn son of Henry Horn and Lucinda his wife was born May the 23 Thomas Wesley Horn was born March the 8th John Eli Horn was born June the 12th Daniel Timothy Horn was born June.
Mary Ann Horn’s father was Frederick P. Horn (), and his father was Henry Horn (). We could not find Henry’s parents nor record of his birth in the US, but Horn is a common name.
Henry Horn served in the American Revolutionary War forces, as he had a US Pension granted. The Horn family may possibly be kin or descendants of Henry and Richard Horn who came to America before These Horns are enumerated in the Virginia census taken on February 16th,and listed as living on the Surry side of the James River near Jamestown.
Henry Franklin Graff was born on Aug. 11,in Manhattan to Samuel F. Graff, a salesman in the Garment District, and Florence (Morris) Graff, both descendants. Horn joined the faculty in and founded the Program in Environmental Studies in He transferred to emeritus status inalthough he continued to be active in teaching and research.
Just two weeks before his death, Horn submitted a manuscript for his second book on. THE BATTLE BOOK of thc Continental Army, the first President of the Society of the Cincinnati). Children: 1. Sarah Battle-m. 1st, Jacob Hilliard; m.
2nd, Henry Horn (For descendants, see Table 27). John Battle-m. Frances Davis (For descendants, see Table ) 8. Elizabeth Battle-m. Josiah Crudup (For descendants, see Table 44). Her husband Henry Horn's stone reads as follows: "Sacred to the Memory of Henry Horn Born Octr the 15th Died May the 8th Aged 86 Years 6 Mons & 23 days" _____ REV.
HENRY HORN - REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIER. Henry was a soldier in the American Revolutionary War. He participated in the Battles of Trenton - Monmouth.
and the Long Island Campaign.For help with genealogy questions contact Donna Osiek. For technical support and information contact Barry Shemwell.Documented children of Henry and Eunicy Horn are: William B. Horn Ransom Henry Horn Christopher Columbus Horn Frederick Nash Horn Robert E.
Horn. The use of the middle name of "Hardy" has been seen in many trees for Henry H. Horn. To date, we've found no documented source for that as his .