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  1. Francis Marion Van Horn: Birth: 8 Feb 1848 in Jackson Center, Shelby, Ohio, USA. Death: 2 Nov 1902 in Welton, Clinton, Iowa, USA

  2. Naomi M Van Horn: Birth: 22 Feb 1850 in Shelby County, Ohio, USA. Death: 19 Aug 1851 in Welton, Clinton, Iowa, USA

  3. Stillman L Van Horn: Birth: 24 Jan 1852 in Peoria, Peoria, Illinois, USA. Death: 10 Dec 1863 in Welton, Clinton, Iowa, USA

  4. Christopher Columbus Van Horn: Birth: 19 Jul 1854 in Farmington, Fulton, Illinois, USA. Death: 23 Dec 1936 in Nady, Arkansas, USA

  5. Theodore Julian Van Horn: Birth: 19 Jul 1857 in Welton, Clinton, Iowa, USA. Death: 7 Feb 1946 in Orlando, Orange, Florida, USA

  6. Athalia Adaline Van Horn: Birth: 19 Oct 1859 in Welton, Clinton, Iowa, USA. Death: 24 Oct 1948 in Riverside, Riverside, California, USA

  7. Cordelia Evalena Van Horn: Birth: 5 Nov 1867 in Welton, Clinton, Iowa, USA. Death: 24 Aug 1946 in Gypsum, Colo


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2. Title:   One World Tree (sm)
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Notes
a. Note:   Ai Van Horn 1823-1889
  Jon Saunders - Apr 25, 2007   View | Viewers Categories: Farmington, Illinois, Jackson Center, Ohio, The Sabbath Recorder Obituary, Veteran Civil War, Welton, Iowa     "The Sabbath Recorder", Vol 45, No 29, p 464, July 18, 1889. Ai Van Horn was born in Harrison Co., W. Va., Dec. 3, 1828, and died at his home in Welton, Iowa, July 9, 1889, aged 65 years, 7 months and 6 days. Bro. Van Horn made a profession of religion in early manhood and, not having Seventh-day Baptist privileges he united with a First-day Baptist church, but was allowed to keep the Sabbath.   He moved to Welton, Iowa, in 1856 and united with the Welton Seventh-day Baptist Church.   In 1862 he enlisted in Co. F., 26 Iowa, Vol. Inft., and served his country until discharged, because of inability.   He was married to Miss Amaranda Loofboro (Whose death occurred just fourteen days before his, a notice of which appeared in Recorder of July 4th), on the 13th of April, 1847.   He received a partial stroke of paralysis in the fall of 1887, from which he had so far recovered as to be able to attend church and do something in the line of work.   A little less than one year ago the dread disease of cancer made its appearance, and proved fatal as above noted.   He was an earnest worker in the church and in all reforms, and in his death the church has lost an earnest friend and worker. The family in this its double sorrow, have the sympathy of the entire community as was attested by the large concourse of people which attended the funeral, and also his comrades in arms who were present as an escort to his last resting place.     J. T. D.
  Ai VanHorn 1823-1889
  Jon Saunders - Apr 25, 2007   View | Viewers Categories: The Sabbath Recorder Obituary, Veteran Civil War, Welton, Iowa     "The Sabbath Recorder", Vol 45, No 29, p 464, July 18, 1889. Ai VanHorn was born in Harrison Co., W. Va., Dec. 3, 1828, and died at his home in Welton, Iowa, July 9, 1889, aged 65 years, 7 months and 6 days. Bro. VanHorn made a profession of religion in early manhood and, not having Seventh-day Baptist privileges he united with a First-day Baptist church, but was allowed to keep the Sabbath.   He moved to Welton, Iowa, in 1856 and united with the Welton Seventh-day Baptist Church.   In 1862 he enlisted in Co. F., 26 Iowa, Vol. Inft., and served his country until discharged, because of inability.   He was married to Miss Amaranda Loofboro (Whose death occurred just fourteen days before his, a notice of which appeared in Recorder of July 4th), on the 13th of April, 1847.   He received a partial stroke of paralysis in the fall of 1887, from which he had so far recovered as to be able to attend church and do something in the line of work.   A little less than one year ago the dread disease of cancer made its appearance, and proved fatal as above noted.   He was an earnest worker in the church and in all reforms, and in his death the church has lost an earnest friend and worker. The family in this its double sorrow, have the sympathy of the entire community as was attested by the large concourse of people which attended the funeral, and also his comrades in arms who were present as an escort to his last resting place.     J. T. D.


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