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  1. Edgar Donald Van Horn: Birth: 3 Aug 1909 in Brookfield, Madison, New York, USA. Death: 7 Jan 1990 in Alfred Station, Allegany, New York, USA

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  3. Eugene Taylor Van Horn: Birth: 21 Aug 1915. Death: 24 Mar 1989 in Alfred, Allegany, New York, USA


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Notes
a. Note:   Edgar Delbert VanHorn 1874-1951 Jon Saunders </isapi.dll?c=m&htx=v&siteid=EdyGAE&memberid=000001> - Jan 31, 2009 "The Sabbath Recorder", Vol 151, No 6, p 92, Aug. 13, 1951. Rev. Edgar D. VanHorn, retired Seventh Day Baptist minister, and resident of Alfred, N. Y., for the past thirteen years, died Friday evening, July 13, 1951, in Bethesda Hospital, Hornell. He had suffered a stroke, June 27. Born in North Loup, Neb., March 1, 1874, he was the youngest son in the family of eight children born to Francis Marion and Melinda Davis VanHorn. When he was two years of age, his parents moved from Nebraska back to the family home at Welton, Iowa, where he spent his childhood and youth. After his parents' death, he went to Milton, Wis., at the age of 21, where he entered the academy. He entered Milton College in 1899, and was graduated in 1903. On September 1, 1903, he was united in marriage with Harriet Brown of Leonardsville, N. Y., and they set up housekeeping in the property now owned by Arthur Burdick on Elm Street, almost across the road from the home which they built in 1938. He entered the Theological Seminary at Alfred in the fall of 1903 and while a student there served the Seventh Day Baptist Churches in Andover and Scio as student pastor. He was ordained in the now disbanded Seventh Day Baptist Church at Scio. On being graduated from the seminary in 1907, his first full-time pastorate was in the Second Alfred Church at Alfred Station. Following this pastorate, he served Seventh Day Baptist Churches in New York City, Milton Junction, Wis., White Cloud, Mich., and his final pastorate a return to his first charge at Alfred Station. He retired from active pastoral work in September, 1938, although many times since that date he had been called to assist in ministerial duties. Shortly after he assumed his second pastorate at Alfred Station in 1925, he was asked to assist in the instructional duties of the Theological Seminary, and he continued in the capacity of part-time teacher until 1941. After the death of the Late Dean Main, he assumed the duties of acting dean until Rev. A. J. C. Bond became dean in 1935. An ardent sportsman, he led a life of activity in all the fields which he entered, although in the past few years failing health had caused him to curtail much of his physical activities. Since the death of his wife, the late Harriet VanHorn, he had declined quite rapidly, and his passing occurred on the first anniversary of Mrs. VanHorn's death. Surviving are: One daughter, Mrs. William Hallwich of Detroit, Mich.; two sons, Donald of West Albany, and Eugene of Alfred; three sisters, Mrs. P. J. Furrow of Albion, Wis., Mrs. Rachel Davis of Milton, Wis., and Mrs. Will Vestor of Battle Creek, Mich.; one brother, Willard, of Waukesha, Wis.; and five grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Farewell services were conducted by Pastor Everett T. Harris, assisted by Rev. Albert N. Rogers, at the First Alfred Seventh Day Baptist Church. Burial was in Alfred Rural Cemetery. E. T. H.
  Note: 11th pastor of the Milton Junction SDB church serving from 1918-1923.


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