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Re: Johann Jacob Horner or Harner or Hoerner
Posted by: Gene Chappell (ID *****6447) Date: September 12, 2010 at 13:44:08
In Reply to: Re: Johann Jacob Horner or Harner or Hoerner by Marilyn Everts Critari of 18094

Thanks for the reply, as well as to the next posting about Jacob Harner buried in Berks Co. PA.

I think the problem I'm having is whether my Johann (John) Jacob Horner from Gloucester NJ is the father of Jacob Spicer Horner and also the man buried in Berks PA. I've gotten info from several sources that all mention Jacob Spicer Horner's father was Johann (John) from Germany settling in NJ, but don't mention PA. The sources are not just family papers but a record copy from SAR, the Marks MSS from IN, and various other online data bases. And I'm also not sure if Johann's son Jacob's middle name is "Spicer" either, there may be 2 men with that name.

I will start looking at Berks Co. PA & try to find a link between Johann and Jacob. Maybe it's Jacob Sr. & Jacob Jr....it's very confusing. Thanks for your help.



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