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Johann Jacob Horner or Harner or Hoerner
Posted by: Gene Chappell (ID *****6447) Date: September 11, 2010 at 09:48:56
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I may have two different men confused for one. Looking for Johann Jacob Horner b. Germany April 1755, came to US in 1772, m. Eliza Ann Baum (1755) in 1772 in Gloucester Co. NJ, d. 1837 in NJ. His son was Jacob Spicer Horner (1772-1852) born in Mullica Hill, Gloucester, NJ.

I find the same info on birth and marriage for Jacob Harner, differing on the death location: Berks Co. PA.

Any help in distinguishing between the two would be wonderful. Thanks...


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