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Re: [SC] HORNE research for the impossible!
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Sorry, about the blunder my horn family hails from chesterfield,south carolina. In the 1900 census the township is Mt.Croghan. It is really hard to see how it is spelled. Then the 1910 census spells it ann eliza Horn. My ggrandfather her son Tom Horne was born in 1888 and died in 1952. But there never seems to be any connection. Every african American cemetery that I have come across has no connections. ancestry .com is way off track, they List her as being Ag Horn and that she was born 1853 in south carolina. The 1900 census and the 1910 census state that she was born in 1867 in south carolina.
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