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Descendants of Christoph Horn

 

Generation No. 1

1. CHRISTOPH5 HORN (NICLAUSS4, VALENTINIUS3, ZACHARIUS2, LUDWIG1) was born March 19, 1695/96 in Eichel,Baden, Germany. He married ANNA CATHERINA SCHNEIDER February 17, 1721/22 in Eichel,Baden, Germany, daughter of PETER SCHNEIDER.

Notes for CHRISTOPH HORN:

Notes from a German Researcher

Here is the literal entry into the marriage register in Germany.

MARRIAGE REGISTER KREUZWERTHEIM 1722:

Feb 17, 1722: Christoph Horn, son of the former Niclauss Horn,

inhabitant of Aichel (old spelling for "Eichel") and the virgin Anna

Catarina, daughter of Peter Schneider, teacher in Kreuzwertheim)

The children of this marriage, all born in Eichel, are registered as

follows in the baptismal register at Wertheim:

1. Catarina Barbara b. Feb 2, 1723

2. Margaretha b. Feb 25, 1725 (buried Sept 6,1725)

3. Sebastian b. June 18, 1726 (married Feb 8,1752)

(emigrated as "Sebastian Hore" with his wife and his parents

on Sept 24, 1753 in the ship Neptune)

4. Anna MARGARETHA b. Mar 5, 1729

5. Philipp Jacob b. Apr 18, 1732

6. Johann VALENTIN b. Dec 13, 1734

7. Anna BARBARA b. July 12, 1737

8. Ferdinand b. July 9, 1740

9. EVA Barbara b. Apr 26, 1743

10. Johann STEPHAN b. July 10, 1745

I suppose that the 8th child, Ferdinand died soon after birth.

But already we have a total identification of the 5 children mentioned

in the emigration petition, whereas MARGARETHA and VALENTINE, who were

at the time of the emigration in 1752 over or almost 18 years of age,

seemed to have stayed on for awhile..."

 

Horn, Christoph, St. -- Eichel (1753)

April 26, 1753: wants to leave for abroad, i.e, New England, with his wife Catharine and 5 children. The former years of failure, and other circumstances, have reduced his fortune of 500 florins, and he must leave everything behind for his creditors. There is no hope here of getting on in the world again. His brother-in-law HERGENHAN is willing to take his two children, Valentin and Margaretha -- the other 3, Eva, Barbara, and Stephan, he wants to take along. Must pay 10 florins tax.// CHRISTOPH HORN, with Sebastian, Johannes, and George (X) Horn, and other Wertheimers, Ship Neptune, September 24, 1753 (Hinke, I, 540 ff). Christopher Horn, Bethlemem Tp., Washington Co. PA., 1781 ( 3PA, XX, 709); Valentine Horne, land surveyed in Bucks Co, PA., 1765 (3PA, xxiv, 135)

Children of CHRISTOPH HORN and ANNA SCHNEIDER are:

i. CATHARINE BARBARA6 HORN, b. February 02, 1721/22.

ii. MARGARETHA HORN, b. February 25, 1723/24.

2. iii. SEBASTIAN HORN, b. June 18, 1726, Eichel, Baden, Germany.

iv. ANNA MARGARETHA HORN, b. March 05, 1728/29.

v. PHILIPP JACOB HORN, b. April 18, 1732.

3. vi. JOHANN VALENTINE HORN, b. December 13, 1734, Eichel,Baden, Germany; d. Bef. 1823, Muskingum Co, Ohio.

vii. ANNA BARBARA HORN, b. July 12, 1737.

viii. FERDINAND HORN, b. July 09, 1740.

ix. EVA BARBARA HORN, b. April 26, 1743.

x. JOHANN STEPHAN HORN, b. July 10, 1746.

 

Generation No. 2

2. SEBASTIAN6 HORN (CHRISTOPH5, NICLAUSS4, VALENTINIUS3, ZACHARIUS2, LUDWIG1) was born June 18, 1726 in Eichel, Baden, Germany. He married (1) ANNA ROSINA WEISNNER. He married (2) BARBARA AHL.

Child of SEBASTIAN HORN and ANNA WEISNNER is:

i. ANNA BARBARA7 HORN, m. SEBASTIAN PRONG.

Notes for SEBASTIAN PRONG:

5. SEBASTIAN2 PRONG (JOHAN JACOB1 BRANG) was born 1757 in Bucks County, Pa., and died 1834 in Chestnut Hill Twnshp, Pa.. He married ANNA BARBARA HORN Abt. 1780 in Bucks Co., Pa., daughter of SEBASTIAN HORN and ANNA WEISSNER.

Notes for SEBASTIAN PRONG:

Sebastian or Bastian Prong served in the American Revolution. First in Capt. Yost's 1st Regiment of the Foot of Bucks County, Pa. and then as a 2nd Class Private from Springfield, Pa. in Capt. Christopher Wigner's Co. of 2nd Bn. of the Associators and Militia of Bucks County, Pa. Both musters were in 1781.

 

Children of SEBASTIAN PRONG and ANNA HORN are:

i. ELIZABETH3 BRANG, m. PHILIP SINGER.

ii. CATHARINE BRANG, m. FREDERICK MILLER, March 31, 1801, Easton, Pa Northampton Co..

Notes for CATHARINE BRANG:

Marriage info via Edward Brong from FHC records, 1998.

17. iii. JACOB BRANG, b. August 28, 1782; d. August 02, 1869, Gilbert, Pa..

18. iv. PETER BRONG, b. April 10, 1785; d. 1854, Wyoming, Monroe County, Pa..

19. v. JOHN PRANG, b. January 20, 1788; d. 1815.

vi. SUSANNA BRONG, b. October 15, 1790; d. September 25, 1866, Gilbert, Pa; m. FELIX WEISS.

Notes for SUSANNA BRONG:

Source of birth and death dates- GenServ.com records

Susanna is buried at the Gilbert Cemetery in gilbert, Pa. Her stone is in the 3rd row back from the front fence in the oldest section. 9th stone from the right.

 

Children of SEBASTIAN HORN and BARBARA AHL are:

ii. MARIA BARBAR7 HORN, b. January 14, 1773.

iii. DANIEL HORN, b. July 30, 1775.

iv. ELIZABETH HORN, b. November 18, 1777.

v. MARIA EVA HORN, b. March 26, 1780.

vi. JACOB HORN, b. July 26, 1782.

3. JOHANN VALENTINE6 HORN (CHRISTOPH5, NICLAUSS4, VALENTINIUS3, ZACHARIUS2, LUDWIG1) was born December 13, 1734 in Eichel,Baden, Germany, and died Bef. 1823 in Muskingum Co, Ohio. He married (1) ELIZABETH ?? Abt. 1762. He married (2) CHRISTIANA ALBRIGHT Abt. 1773.

 

Children of JOHANN HORN and ELIZABETH ?? are:

i. SUSANNAH MARGARET7 HORN, b. 1764; d. Tennessee; m. DANIEL BOWMAN, 1784.

Notes for SUSANNAH MARGARET HORN:

1. SUSANAH MARGARET (SUSAN)2 HORN (VALENTINE1)1 was born Abt. 1765 in Belmont, Ohio, and died in Rutherford Co, TN. She married DANIEL BOWMANSR1 1784.

Children of SUSANAH HORN and DANIEL BOWMAN are:

i. GIRL3 BOWMAN1, b. <, , Maryland>; d. Aft. 1830, , Tennessee.

ii. BOY BOWMAN1, b. , Tennessee.

iii. CATHERINE BOWMAN1, b. Abt. 1787, , Maryland; d. Madison, Tennessee; m. FREDERICK M. REPLOGLE1, 1805.

iv. DAVID BOWMAN1, b. April 08, 1794, <, , Maryland>; d. February 03, 1839, Rutherford, Tennessee; m. CELINA CAFFY1, December 24, 1816, Rutherford, Tennessee.

v. SUSAN M. BOWMAN1, b. September 02, 1796, Williamsport, Washington, Maryland; d. Madison, Tennessee; m. BEVERLY DANDRIDGE ACREE1, May 13, 1817, Rutherford, Tennessee.

vi. DANIEL BOWMAN1, b. March 11, 1799, Williamsport, Washington, Maryland; d. Abt. 1850; m. CATHERINE1, 1820.

vii. LIDIA BOWMAN1, b. May 03, 1801, Williamsport, Washington, Maryland; m. WATTS1, , Tennessee.

2. viii. BENJAMIN ELLIS BOWMANSR, b. February 06, 1804, Washington, Maryland; d. Abt. 1889, Rutherford, Tennessee.

ix. JAMES T. BOWMAN1, b. Abt. 1808, , Tennessee; d. Bef. February 05, 1855, Rutherford, Tennessee; m. MARY BROWN1, July 11, 1830, Rutherford, Tennessee

 

ii. CATHERINE HORN, b. Abt. 1765; m. JOHN EDWARD BERRY.

Children of JOHANN HORN and CHRISTIANA ALBRIGHT are:

iii. DANIEL7 HORN, b. February 24, 1774, Uniontown, PA, USA; d. March 22, 1828, Muskingum CO, OH, USA; m. SUSANNAH CROY, 1795.

Notes for DANIEL HORN:

"Daniel died in 1828 without a will and instead relied upon the normal

equal distribution of his estate to his children. By law, Susannah had

dower rights to the farm and apparently lived there for the rest of her

full life. Daniel asked his son Jacob and Jacob's father-in-law,

Benjamin Rutter, to witness his deathbed wish:

Daniel said, "...it was his will and intention that his two daughters,

Christena and Susannah should each of them have the following property,

viz, one young horse beast, a cow and a bed and that this property

should be taken out before the appraisers to make them equal to his

other childlren that he had given property to...."

"Susannah and son Jacob were the adminmistrators of the estate; after

the property was appraised, Susannah set aside her few needs, the

balance of the estate, excluding the farm land and buildings, was sold

at auction.

"The widow was allowed to take with her those items deemed to be

necessary for her support and the support of the children, for one

year. The appraisers stated she could have items with a value up to

$165.56 and one-fourth cent; she also set aside other items at appriased

value, before the public auction.

"The sale was held May 27, 1828, a beautiful spring day [how do they

know?], but a very sad day for the family. In-laws and family were

there, along with neighbors. Everyone found something. Henry Lenhart

purchased a quilt, sheet and barrel of dried apples. Lenhart's

GGgranddaughter married Daniel Horn's GGgrandson, John Clark. These

families were all inerlocked together by religion and common needs..."

etc., etc., they sent the results of the sale, including this:

CASH ON HAND

Cash on hand 900.25

The sale net (9 months to pay) 399.53

Susannah's items 160.04

Cash rec'd of Andrew Crooks note 40.00

" " " " " " 15.00

" " " I. J. Wallace " 16.00

" " " J Grapes, in full 9.50

" " " ESTATE OF VALENTINE HORN, DECEASED 52.00

 

Some other Horn Information from the Muskingum County Probate Court

Guardian Book A - 1816-1848

Case no 860 - August 14, 1829

NANCY HORN, aged 19 years and HANNAH, aged 17 years, heirs of DANIEL HORN,

come into Court and choose Benjamin Moore as their guardian...to give

separate bonds of $500 each. James Moore, JOHN ROBERTS and Elijah Moore are

accepted as securities.

Case No 861 - August 14, 1829

James Moore appointed guardian to Rebecca Horn, aged 10 years and Elijah

Horn, aged 7 years, heirs of DANIEL HORN, dec. To give separate bonds of

$300 each: Benjamin Moore, John Roberts, Elijah Moore.

April 24, 1830

JOHN HORN, a minor age 14 years, an heir of DANIEL HORN, dec'd., appeared in

open court and choose Elijah Moore as his guardian, whom court appointed to

give $200 bond. Benj. Moore accepted security.

 

 

Notes for SUSANNAH CROY:

Name could be listed as Croix

iv. ELIZABETH HORN, b. July 26, 1780; m. ADAM LEPPLEY.

v. CHISTIANA HORN, b. Bef. 1781; d. Abt. 1816, Muskingum Co, Ohio; m. BENJAMIN CROY.

Notes for BENJAMIN CROY:

Benjamine Croy's probate

from Warren County, Indiana; mid-term 1840 book 2, pages 197-209.

Anna Croy probate of Banjamine Croy probate 27 May, 1835 filed by

executrix Anna Croy and Thomas Johnson. Will filed. All to Anna except

$1.00 (one) to each child. List all property appraised. Anna M.

Abraham 1837.

Heirs petitioned for distribution in 1839. Children: Jacob and Hannah

Croy Crooks, Valentine Croy, Jacob and Mary Croy (H) Coffman. John and

Katheryn Croy Britton, Eli and Isabelle Croy Stratton, Solomon and

Margaret Croy Mitchler, John B. Croy, and Alexander C. Croy.

There is a record of an Anny Croy marrying Abraham Benner on September

13, 1835 in Warren County, Indiana and also a Margaret Croy to a Solomon

Hetzler on October 3, 1835 also in warren County, Indiana.

Warren County, Indiana, will abstract-Leath

Page 18-19 Benjamine Croy wife Ann, child not named . Ex. Anna Croy,

Wit. Elizabeth Croy; Jacob Reed; Richard G. Smith. dated 6 April, 1835

in Warren County, Indiana. Proved 11 April 1835.

vi. NANCY HORN, b. April 18, 1783; d. March 31, 1872, Knox Co, Ohio; m. JOHN KREMMER, 1803.

Notes for JOHN KREMMER:

John KEMMERER (AFN:PZ79-MX)

Born: 1781 Place: , , PA

Died: Oct 1825 Place: Butler Twp, Knox, OH

Married: 1803 Place: ,

Father: John KIMERER (AFN:21QC-Z3J)

Mother: Mary (AFN:21QC-Z4Q)

 

vii. HANNAH HORN, b. March 11, 1787; m. THOMAS TIPTON, September 13, 1808, Belmont Co, OH, USA.

Notes for HANNAH HORN:

2. HANNAH2 HORN (CHRISTIANA1) was born March 11, 1787 in PA12, and died WFT Est. 1830-1882. She married THOMAS TIPTON September 13, 1808 in Belmont Co. OH13, son of THOMAS TIPTON and KEZIAH BORAN.

 

 

 



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