2 edition of ancestors and descendants of John Henry Horine and Virginia Washington Overstreet found in the catalog.
ancestors and descendants of John Henry Horine and Virginia Washington Overstreet
Russell Aubrey Hunt
|Statement||[by] Russell A. Hunt, Jr.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.H8118 1966|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 84 p.|
|Number of Pages||84|
|LC Control Number||67001759|
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MAIN TITLE The ancestors and descendants of John Henry Horine and Virginia Washington Overstreet [by] RussellJr. EDITION [1st ed.] PUBLISHER Griffith, Ind., Golden Rule Press  Jolly, Bruce Overstreet. Keeping up with yesterday: the story of an early Virginia family that headed west after the revolution / by Bruce Overstreet Jolly.
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!BIRTH: "The Ancestors and Descendants of John Henry Horine and VriginiaWashington Overstreet" by Russell A. Hunt Jr, gives his birth as ,and his birthplace as Berks Co, PA, but his Baptism in is found in"Pa Births, Lancaster County" by Humphrey.
Found in the records of MuddyCreek Reformed Church. Parents: Ulrich BRUNER and Fronica EGLI. John Sherman Horine was born on month dayat birth place, Kentucky, to John Henry Horine and Virginia Washington Horine (born Overstreet). John was born on October 15in.
K1 Lola Virginia Horine () K2 Mildred Marcelene Horine () H9 John Henry Horine () I1 George Washinton Horine () The Horine Family History is a compilation of information gathered over the past 60+ years by Mr.
Paul G. Horine. This is a selective list of some of the more important Virginia family histories or collective genealogies in the Library. To ascertain whether or not the library has a printed genealogy of a specific family, look in the online catalog under the family name (e.g., “Walker Family”).
History of southwest Virginia,Washington County, ; Winchester City Virginia, Winchester, Evening Star Obituaries, Obituaries from the Winchester Evening Star arranged by year then alphabetically by name.
Includes the years Wood County Sketches of Wood county, Virginia; United States Genealogy. Virginia. Ancestry® helps you understand your genealogy. A family tree takes you back generations—the world’s largest collection of online family history records makes it possible.
Learn More. Russell A. Hunt, Ancestors and Descendents of John Henry Horine and Virginia Washington Overstreet (n.p.:unknown publish date). Hereinafter cited as Horine-Overstreet.
Phillip Ray Bruner, The Bruners History and Genealogy (Paoli, Indiana: The Print Shop, ). Explore historical records and family tree profiles about Robert Horine on MyHeritage, the world's family history network.
Trusted by millions of genealogists since Trusted information source for millions of people worldwide. English. James Overstreet (), Alma Elizabeth Langford, Governor John Sevier, Gray family, Horine family, Judith Walker (), Langford family, Myers family, Thomas Overstreet.
Library of Virginia – Archives Division: holds surviving Virginia birth and death records for the years toand marriage records before Virginia Research Resources. The organizations listed below provide information about Virginia history and genealogy. Many hearts were saddeded Thursday evening when it was announced that Mrs.
Virginia Washington Horine had died at her home on the Keene road one mile from town. In the death of this good woman, this community loses a sweet spirited, saintly mother and friend, unassuming, homeloving, she will be missed by a host of. [S]Russell A Hunt Jr, The Ancestors and Descendents of John Henry Horine and Virginia Washington Overstreet.
[S]Death date, Clarinda Herald, Clarinda, IA (28 June ). [S]Marriage record Jacob Beck Steeves and Mattie Elbert, Lexington Observer and Reporter, Lexington, Ky (4/28/). d/o Virginia Washington Overstreet and John Henry Horine w/o Russell Aubrey Hunt.
Sometime in the s, Henry and family may have migrated to South Carolina. Son Henry Overstreet, Jr. is documented as living in South Carolina during this time. In Henry Overstreet, Sr.
petitioned for land in the fork of the Savannah River and Briar Creek, stating he was a resident of the Province but had yet to be granted any land. H9 John Henry Horine, born December 4,died J ; married Mary Catherine Routzahn on Ma in Mt. Tabor Church, daughter of Johan Routzahn and Elisabeth Bowlus.
Nine children. "Western Maryland Genealogy" lists John Henry Horine as being born near Myersville, Frederick County, Maryland on December 4, The Henry Genealogy: Ref. to Sarah Winston and Descendants (With 2 Sons, and 7 Daughters).
(Henry Genealogy) Patrick Henry's father, he attended King's College of Aberdeen University on scholarship from to By he had settled in Hanover County. He married Sarah Winston Syme. The couple had eleven children together.
The National Archives at Washington, D.C. View Sources. About U.S., Confederate Soldiers Compiled Service Records, This database contains an index to compiled service records (CSRs) for soldiers who served with units in the Confederate army.
Most of the men whose names appear in this index served with units from 15 different states.Elizabeth, born 3 March9. John Henry, born 18 Octobermarried Virginia W. Overstreet, Edmund E., born 5 Marchmarried Emma Clemmons, GEORGE WASHINGTON married LENA DOZIER, Lucy Brent, born 28 JulyJosephine, born 4 October Parents of John Horine were Jacob Horine and Catherine _____.Member of the Week: Laurie Giffin leads the Atlantic Canada Team and volunteers her language skills on le Portail Francophone and bilingual 's why she loves our single family tree: "We all save a lot of time and effort when we build on each other's research.I have met so many wonderful people, and have learned so much more about my ancestors than I could ever have achieved.