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Posted by: Patsy Kennedy (ID *****4423) Date: January 19, 2010 at 06:49:59
In Reply to: Re: McKOWN- HORN by Doug Miller of 509

Thanks for writing! My research involves the Horn/Horne family basically, and the reason I was trying to make contact with his children's descendants was to see if they had anything on the Horn's. However, here is what I have on Houston Horn's children by Frances McKown (who died in Itawamba County, MS 5 Jun 1884 and is probably buried in Hopewell Methodist Cemetery there):

George L. Horn (born 1874l died 1851). George lived in Branch, Arkansas while the rest of the family went on to Hill Co, TX. He married a woman named Carrie (1869-1929), and they're both buried in Hampton Cemetery in Branch, AR (Franklin County).

Edna Arvie Lou (1877-1951). Edna married William Edgar Carter and died in either Hill County or Lubbock Co, TX. They also lived in French, NM at the time of her step-mother's death (1937). After Edna's death, her husband must have moved back to TX where he died in Lubbock.

Vera Idellia (8 May 1879-22 Apr 1963). Vera never married and is buried between her father and step-mother at Ridge Park Cemetery in Hillsboro, TX.

James Nicholas Horn (6 Mar 1881-). At the time of his step-mother's death, the write-up said he lived in Penelope, Hill Co, TX.

Henry Clayton Horn (9 Jun 1883-). I think he moved to Texas with his father, but think he was already dead by the time his father died in 1828.

Thanks for writing--appreciate it!


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