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  1. Eli Van Horn: Birth: 26 Apr 1829 in Jane Lews, Lewis, West Virginia, USA. Death: 18 Jul 1829 in Indian Lake, Ohio, USA

  2. Amanda Mariah Van Horn: Birth: 9 Aug 1830 in Indian Lake, Ohio, USA. Death: 30 Nov 1886 in Welton, Clinton, Iowa, USA

  3. Uriah Van Horn: Birth: 9 Aug 1830 in Jane Lews, Lewis, West Virginia, USA. Death: 10 Nov 1830 in Indian Lake, Ohio, USA

  4. Almarine Van Horn: Birth: 5 Oct 1832 in Clarke County, Ohio, USA. Death: 17 May 1894 in Welton, Clinton, Iowa, USA

  5. Alisen Van Horn: Birth: 1833.

  6. Obadiah Davis Van Horn: Birth: 13 Feb 1835 in Jane Lews, Lewis, West Virginia, USA. Death: 27 Nov 1895 in Northloup, Nebraska, USA

  7. James Raymond Hill Van Horn: Birth: 24 Apr 1837 in Stokes, Logan, Ohio, USA. Death: 8 Jan 1913 in Boulder, Boulder, Colorado, USA

  8. Lucy Jane Van Horn: Birth: 13 Aug 1839 in Indian Lake, Clark, Ohio, USA. Death: 24 Mar 1857 in Indian Lake, Clark, Ohio, USA

  9. Mary Van Horn: Birth: 21 Oct 1841 in Jane Lews, Lewis, West Virginia, USA. Death: 11 Mar 1853

  10. Elizabeth Van Horn: Birth: 1842.

  11. Lois Van Horn: Birth: 13 Oct 1844 in Jane Lew, Lewis, West Virginia, USA. Death: 31 May 1845

  12. Joshua Van Horn: Birth: 28 Apr 1846 in Jane Lews, Lewis, West Virginia, USA. Death: 7 Mar 1853 in Indian Lake, Clark, Ohio, USA

  13. Samuel Van Horn: Birth: 5 Feb 1850 in Jane Lews, Lewis, West Virginia, USA. Death: 9 Aug 1850 in Jane Lews, Lewis, West Virginia, USA


Notes
a. Note:   Job VanHorn 1807-1869 Jon Saunders </isapi.dll?c=m&htx=v&siteid=EdyGAE&memberid=000001> - May 9, 2009 "The Sabbath Recorder", Vol 26, No 9, p 35, Feb. 24, 1870. In Welton, Clinton Co., Iowa, Dec. 25th, 1869, of typhoid fever, Deacon Job Vanhorn, in the 63d year of his age. Bro. Vanhorn was born in what is now West Virginia, and there, in early life, experienced religion; emigrated to Ohio when still a young man; later in life moved to the vicinity of Farmington, Illinois; thence to Iowa. He was a conscientious, God-fearing man, and though he passed through many vicissitudes, never sacrificed principle for convenience. In his attachments he was warm and strong; in his intercourse with his fellow men, respected and obliging, always setting a lower estimate on himself than others placed on him. For years, his health has been failing; yet he was always at his place in the house of God, when circumstances allowed. He loved the cause of God ardently, was a member of the Church at Welton, and identified himself with all its interests. We felt his value, which did not consist in showy attainments, but in his everyday life of godliness. He always enjoyed the confidence of those who knew him. He died as the Christian dies; his end was peaceful. His children have lost a devoted, loving parent, the church a faithful member, and the world a good man. V. H.


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