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From: Tom Hamm <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] HORN
Date: Mon, 9 Dec 2002 11:40:18 -0800
Is this the Jeremiah Horn who married Judith (Thornburgh) Unthank,
widow of Joseph Unthank, at New Garden MM in 1783?
>I don't think they are my Horns, unless they are descendants of a sibling of
>Nathaniel Horn. Nathaniel Horn moved and lived the rest of his life in
>Orange Co., N.C. As far as I know, all his children, except my
>g.g.g.g.grandfather stayed in N.C. My g+grandfather, Wm. Jeremiah Horn, Sr.
>removed to Eastern Tennessee, roamed around there and died in Carroll Co.,
>Tn. His son Wm. Jeremiah Horn, Jr. moved from Eastern Tennessee to Cherokee
>Nation East, then removed to Indian Territory and finally settled and died in
>Collin Co., Texas. Aso by that time, Jeremiah Sr. had been disowned in a
>dispute with the Quaker MM and became a Methodist Minister. Jeremiah Jr.
>followed his footsteps and was also a Methodist Minister. I believe the
>sisters of Jeremiah, Sr. remained Quaker, but have not done any research on
>them to see if their descendants remained Quaker. I haven't ever run across
>any other Horns in the same areas as my Horns lived except possibly N.C. so
>it doesn't seem there would be a connection unless it was early 1700's.
>Gosh, I wish could find something to connect my Horn to somebody though.
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