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Re: Johann Jacob Horner or Harner or Hoerner
Posted by: Marilyn Everts Critari (ID *****3841) Date: September 15, 2010 at 14:17:17
In Reply to: Re: Johann Jacob Horner or Harner or Hoerner by Gene Chappell of 18093

Spicer is no doubt an ancestral name. I found 16 Spicers on DAR's Patriot Index.

On Find-A-Grave website (free) I found 2 listings for
Jacob Spicer Horner b. 1773 NJ; d. 1852 IN buried at
Horners Chapel Cemetery, Fredericksburg, Washington Co., IN.
To view listings go to site and click on Search 50 million graves then type in Jacob Spicer Horner.

Hope this helps and not confusing you any further!

Marilyn


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