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From: "Judith Heald" <>
Subject: RE: [Q-R] HORN
Date: Sun, 8 Dec 2002 11:39:23 -0500
In-Reply-To: <7f.306a8910.2b243323@aol.com>


I'm looking for Frank Horn, b. abt 1880, probably in Philadelphia. He
married Margaret Haws and they had 2 sons, Russell and George. The left
home about 1913 and was not heard from again. Any connections there?
Don't know about Quaker potential. Was not by the 1880, but may have
been earlier. Judy

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Subject: [Q-R] HORN

Does anyone have any info re a HORN family of PA in the 1700s who were
Quakers?
I'm trying to establish if my Joseph HORN b. 1756 in Chester County, PA
belonged to a Quaker family.
Delsa

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I am desperately seeking information on my Horn family line and posted a

query on October 21 on this board. My Horn "brick wall" is Nathaniel
who I
have only found references to being in Chester Co. Pa. in 1753 in tax
rolls,
then the following year, 1754 married Mary Sinclair, daughter of a
Quaker
Family. They apparently were not married in a Quaker ceremony as she
was
alledgedly disowned. But they moved to Guildford Co., N.C. where they
were
members of the "New Garden" MM and raised their children as Quakers.
However, I cannot find anything on Nathaniel Horn's origin or family.
Maybe
your Joseph was a child of a sibling of Nathaniel? I haven't received
any
reply from my query, but possibly now that there are two queries,
someone
will have some information. Hope to hear from you. Sara Georgiadis


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