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  1. Edna Mabel Van Horn: Birth: 20 Dec 1888 in Welton, Clinton, Iowa, USA. Death: 6 Feb 1980 in Battle Creek, Calhoun, Michigan, USA


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  1. Marion Christopher Van Horn: Birth: 28 Apr 1909 in Gentry, Benton, Arkansas, USA. Death: 7 Jan 1987 in Daytona Beach, Volusia, Florida, USA

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a. Note:   Christopher Columbus Van Horn 1854-1936
  Jon Saunders - Apr 25, 2007   View | Viewers Categories: Minister / Pastor, The Sabbath Recorder Obituary, Welton, Iowa     "The Sabbath Recorder", Vol 122, No 10, p 193, Mar. 8, 1937.
  Christopher Columbus, son of Ai and Amaranda Rachel Loofboro Van Horn was born at Farmington, Ill., July 19, 1854, and departed this life at his home, Nady, Ark., December 23, 1936. He was married to Meleta Alice Hurley, May 28, 1887.   To them was born one daughter, Edna Van Horn Wilkinson.   Mrs. Van Horn died in 1891.   On November 11, 1903, he was married to Laura Whitney.   To them were born two sons, Paul Whitney, who died in infancy, and Marion Christopher. Pastor Van Horn professed Christ and was baptized at the age of ten years and united with the Welton, Iowa, Church.   He served the Little Prairie, Ark., Church as pastor faithfully from 1920 to 1929, and the year 1936 as long as his health would permit.   He lived a conscientious and faithful Christian life. Many in our denomination can attest to the power of the gospel of our Lord as sung by Brother Van Horn.   Many are left to say "He taught me my first lessons in music," or, "All I know about music C. C. Van Horn gave me."   "His spirit was gentle and his voice was sweet." He is survived by his faithful wife and two children, Mrs. Edna Van Horn Wilkinson, Battle Creek, Mich., and Marion C. Van Horn, Alfred, N. Y.; one brother, Rev. T. J. Van Horn, Daytona Beach, Fla.; two sisters, Mrs. D. B. Coon, Boulder, Colo., and Mrs. John Hurley, Riverside, Calif., and other relatives. Farewell services were conducted in the Little Prairie church, by Rev. W. L. Davis, pastor of the Fouke Church, assisted by Rev. Mr. Lewis of the Camp Shed M. E. Church.   The burial was in the Hockinberry cemetery.     W. L. D.
  Christopher Columbus VanHorn 1854-1936 Jon Saunders </isapi.dll?c=m&htx=v&siteid=EdyGAE&memberid=000001> - Apr 25, 2007 "The Sabbath Recorder", Vol 122, No 10, p 193, Mar. 8, 1937. Christopher Columbus, son of Ai and Amaranda Rachel Loofboro VanHorn was born at Farmington, Ill., July 19, 1854, and departed this life at his home, Nady, Ark., December 23, 1936. He was married to Meleta Alice Hurley, May 28, 1887. To them was born one daughter, Edna VanHorn Wilkinson. Mrs. VanHorn died in 1891. On November 11, 1903, he was married to Laura Whitney. To them were born two sons, Paul Whitney, who died in infancy, and Marion Christopher. Pastor VanHorn professed Christ and was baptized at the age of ten years and united with the Welton, Iowa, Church. He served the Little Prairie, Ark., Church as pastor faithfully from 1920 to 1929, and the year 1936 as long as his health would permit. He lived a conscientious and faithful Christian life. Many in our denomination can attest to the power of the gospel of our Lord as sung by Brother VanHorn. Many are left to say "He taught me my first lessons in music," or, "All I know about music C. C. VanHorn gave me." "His spirit was gentle and his voice was sweet." He is survived by his faithful wife and two children, Mrs. Edna VanHorn Wilkinson, Battle Creek, Mich., and Marion C. VanHorn, Alfred, N. Y.; one brother, Rev. T. J. VanHorn, Daytona Beach, Fla.; two sisters, Mrs. D. B. Coon, Boulder, Colo., and Mrs. John Hurley, Riverside, Calif., and other relatives. Farewell services were conducted in the Little Prairie church, by Rev. W. L. Davis, pastor of the Fouke Church, assisted by Rev. Mr. Lewis of the Camp Shed M. E. Church. The burial was in the Hockinberry cemetery. W. L. D.
  Christopher Columbus VanHorn 1854-1936
  Jon Saunders - Apr 25, 2007&nbsp;&nbsp; View | Viewers Categories: Minister / Pastor, The Sabbath Recorder Obituary, Welton, Iowa&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; "The Sabbath Recorder", Vol 122, No 10, p 193, Mar. 8, 1937. Christopher Columbus, son of Ai and Amaranda Rachel Loofboro VanHorn was born at Farmington, Ill., July 19, 1854, and departed this life at his home, Nady, Ark., December 23, 1936. He was married to Meleta Alice Hurley, May 28, 1887.&nbsp;&nbsp; To them was born one daughter, Edna VanHorn Wilkinson.&nbsp;&nbsp; Mrs. VanHorn died in 1891.&nbsp;&nbsp; On November 11, 1903, he was married to Laura Whitney.&nbsp;&nbsp; To them were born two sons, Paul Whitney, who died in infancy, and Marion Christopher. Pastor VanHorn professed Christ and was baptized at the age of ten years and united with the Welton, Iowa, Church.&nbsp;&nbsp; He served the Little Prairie, Ark., Church as pastor faithfully from 1920 to 1929, and the year 1936 as long as his health would permit.&nbsp;&nbsp; He lived a conscientious and faithful Christian life. Many in our denomination can attest to the power of the gospel of our Lord as sung by Brother VanHorn.&nbsp;&nbsp; Many are left to say "He taught me my first lessons in music," or, "All I know about music C. C. VanHorn gave me."&nbsp;&nbsp; "His spirit was gentle and his voice was sweet." He is survived by his faithful wife and two children, Mrs. Edna VanHorn Wilkinson, Battle Creek, Mich., and Marion C. VanHorn, Alfred, N. Y.; one brother, Rev. T. J. VanHorn, Daytona Beach, Fla.; two sisters, Mrs. D. B. Coon, Boulder, Colo., and Mrs. John Hurley, Riverside, Calif., and other relatives. Farewell services were conducted in the Little Prairie church, by Rev. W. L. Davis, pastor of the Fouke Church, assisted by Rev. Mr. Lewis of the Camp Shed M. E. Church.&nbsp;&nbsp; The burial was in the Hockinberry cemetery.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; W. L. D.


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