Daniel Horn and Jane Mariah Bush

Daniel Horn and Jane Mariah Bush


Ancestors of Daniel Horn


Generation No. 1

1. Daniel Horn, born September 07, 1805 in St. Clairesville OH, USA; died June 02, 1881 in Muskingum CO, OH, USA. He was the son of 2. Daniel Horn and 3. Susannah Croy. He married (1) Jane Mariah Bush March 18, 1824. She was the daughter of John ??Christopher Bush and Elizabeth Cullem.

"They started married life with 75 cents--bought a hatchet with 25 cents and loaned 50 cents and cut trees for home place on the 47 acres her father gave them. Jane was a member of the Old Dunkard Church for 62 yrs. They had 7 children: John, Daniel, Solomon Sturgis, Hannah, Elizabeth, Angeline and George."

Daniel Horne to Jane Maria Bash 18-Mar-1824 by J. Crooks, JP Muskingum Co, Ohio

Appanoose Co, Iowa Probate #1187.5 (LDS film #1689952)

Daniel Horn, Deceased of Newton Twp, Muskingum Co, Ohio

Will dated 12-Aug-1879 Entered into probate 20-Jun 1881

Extracted info.. wife, Jane, dtr, Angeline(my thought was that she was handicapped as it talked of caring for life. This did prove to be fact.), sons, John Horn, Solomon S. Horn, Geo W. Horn, dtr, Hannah McClure, Elizabeth Hurd, grandson, John W. Horn, Louise J. Amarine(not sure of this spelling, either and not clearly stated if she is a granddaughter), Heir of Sarah A Moore(could this be the above Louise?), Heirs of Daniel Horn, dec'd Martha J. Curl(SP?) and Laura M Horn.


Children of Daniel Horn and Jane Bush are:

i John Horn, born February 05, 1825 in Muskingum Co, Ohio; died August 21, 1897 in Garnett, Kansas; married (1) Frances Moore September 30, 1847 in Muskingum Co, Ohio; married (2) Amanda Moore April 12, 1855 in Zanesville, Ohio.

Notes for John Horn:

John Horn

Born February 5, 1825 in Muskingum, Co, Ohio

Died August 21, 1897 in Garnett, Kansas

First child of Daniel Horn and Jane Mariah Bush. Married Francis Moore on September 30, 1847. They had three children -- Matilda Horn, Albert Horn and William Horn. Francis died November 01, 1852.

John then married Francis's sister Amanda, and had the following children, Frances Jane Horn, Daniel Gilbert Horn, Mary Elizabeth Horn, James Thomas Horn, John W. Horn, Ulyssis Alva Horn, Allen Thurmen Horn, Joseph M. Horn, Frank Belmont Horn and Loren Edson Horn.

John homesteaded south of Garnett, Kansa in 1857 and lived their the remainder of his life. He served during the Civil War, 1861-1865 in Co. F of 11th Kansas Volunteer Calvary. Enlisted at Garnett, Kansas and was mustered in U.S. Service by H.D. Hubbard as First Sergeant of Co. F 11th Kansas Volunteer Calvary at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas on August 31, 1865. He received a pension of $8 per month about 1895 and applied for an increase but died before the increase was granted.

ii. Daniel HornIII, born April 03, 1828 in Muskingum Co, Ohio; died August 07, 1864; married Geils Rutter July 04, 1847 in Ohio.

Enlisted in Co. B 78 Ohio Volunteer Infantry December 1861 and was fatally wounded July 22, 1864 at the battle of Atlanta, George and died August 07, 1864. Buried at the base of Kennesaw Mountain. Enlisted at Zanesville, Ohio. This information was given to Loren Edson Horn by John Wesley Horn, son of Daniel lll. Gravestone inscription sent by Mrs. Grace Croy Speck as follows: "Geils Rutter, wife of Daniel Horn, died December 20, 1903, aged 77 years, 2 months, 28 days. Daniel Horn, CO. B. 78 O.V.V.I wounded in battle, died August 7, 1864, age 36 years, 4 months and 2 days -- Gone but not Forgotten"


 iii. Solomon Sturgess Horn, born May 27, 1830 in Zanesville, OH, USA; died November 09, 1910 in Cambridge, Nebraska; married Catherine Hibbs June 03, 1855 in Appanoose, IA, USA.

Notes for Solomon Sturgess Horn:

Solomon Sturgis Horn

Born May 27, 1830 in Muskingum County, Ohio

Died November 09, 1910 near Cambridge, Nebraska

Third Child of Daniel Horn and Jane Mariah Bush. He moved to Appanoose County, Iowa in 1853. Married Catherine Hibbs June 3, 1855 at Hibbsville, Iowa. She was born July 22, 1835 in Putnam County, Indiana. She moved to Appanoose County, Iowa, with her mother Elizabeth Hibbs in 1854. Both are buried in the Fairview Cemetery at Cambridge, Nebraska.


iv. Hannah Horn, born November 24, 1833 in Zanesville,OH, USA; died September 18, 1893 in Denver, CO, USA; married John Craig McClure October 17, 1865 in Cantorville, Iowa.

Notes for Hannah Horn:

An obit was in the Probate of Daniel filed in Iowa

"Another of those who braved the trials and tribulations of western life in the early days of Canon City has passed away, this time a noble woman whose estimaable traits of charachter caused her to be beloved by all and whose memory will ever be cherished by the friends and associates of early pioneer life. But few now remain of those who were foremost in the advancement of Canon in the days of the sixties and soon nothing will remain of that hardy band but lively recollections of their many excellent qualities. Mrs. Hannah McClure died in Denver Sep 18th after an illness of but four days in the 60th year of her age.Deceased was born in Ohio Nov 24th 1833, where her early life was spent with herparents near Zanesville. She went west to Iowa and married John C. McClure, brother of W. H. McClure of this city, on his return from the army in '63, and on Christmas day of the same year they arrived in Canon City. They lived on Beaver Creek and in Canon until 1881, during which time Mrs McClure wa s a prominent member and faithful worker in the Baptist church. They removed to Gunnison in '81 where Mr. McClure died Aug 23(?), 1885, the interment taking place in the Canon cemetry. Aftr the death of her husband Mrs. McClure removed wilth her family to Denver in 1888(?) where she resided until her death.

Funeral services were held at the home in Denver Tuesday, attended by a large number of friends. Services were also held at the res of her daughter, Mrs. J. H.Maupin, in this city. Wed morning the remains being laid to rest beside the husband and two infant children in the Canon Cemetery. Two children are left to mourn the sudden taking of a loving mother, Mr. Jos H. Maupin of this city and W. H. McClure, Jr. of Denver. Another obit: Another death will be greeted with sorrowing sympathy by her late circle of friends. Mrs. Hannah McClure, a pioneer Colorado woman died at her home, 35 Archer St. at 11 o'clock yesterday morning. Mrs. McClure was the mother of Mrs. J. H. Maupin of Canon City, wife of the ex-attorney general of the state and W. H. McClure of the State Land Dept. 

v. Elizabeth Horn, born September 06, 1835 in Muskingum Co, Ohio; died January 15, 1905 in Creston, Iowa; married Stephen Hurd September 04, 1856.

vi. Angeline Horn, born May 11, 1839 in Muskingum Co, Ohio; died March 15, 1929 in Corydon, IA, USA.

Notes for Angeline Horn:

Appanoose Co Ia Probate #1312 Angeline Horn, Imbecile

dated 8-Dec-1883 by petitioner, John Horn of Kansas It is a request to appoint S. S. Horn as her guardian Later notes show that Angeline was living in a boarding home in Gunnison, Colo 1885-1890 when S. S. reported to the court that her funds were exhausted. She had been cared for by Hannah, her sis until the death of Hannah. In Oct 1893 Angleine was taken to the Clarinda Mental Hosp in Clarinda, Ia. At that point S.S. reported to the courts that he would be 70 in May 1900, was living in Wayne Co, Ia and he was no longer able to take the strain of worrying about his sister.

She was in a home in Corydon, Iowa after leaving the care of Hannah Horn McClure. She died of epileptic spasms.

vii. George W. Horn, born June 10, 1843 in Uniontown (Fultonham), Muskingum Co, IA, USA; died August 13, 1912 in Buxton, IA, USA; married (1) Sarah Jane Cooper April 05, 1869; married (2) Anna Myrtle Heairling July 03, 1907 in Des Moines, IA, USA.

Notes for George W. Horn:

Seventh child of Daniel Horn and Jane Mariah Bush. He inherited the keen intellect his father possessed and recieved a splendid education and taught school for several years. Married Sarah Jane Cooper on April 05, 1869. They resided in various places in Muskingum County, Ohio and for a few years in Fairfield County. While residing in the latter county, his wife secured a divorce from him in 1901. Shortly after the divorce he moved from Ohio and located in Iowa, where he continued teaching school. Here he met and subsequently married Miss Anna Myrtle Heairling. They resided at Buxton Iowa. George is buried on the hill near Buxton, Iowa. Died of cancer of the right eye in 1912.



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