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Horney Military Records


American Revolutionary War
1775 - 1783


4th Battalion, Talbot County, Maryland Militia

James Horney Private Bullinbrook Company 1778, 1780-1781
Phillip Horney Oath of Allegiance 1778
Philemon Horney Waterman Barge Intrepid 1781
Solomon Horney    Private    Greenbury Goldsborough's Co. 1776
William Horney Private 2nd Volunteer Company 1777-1778


38th Battalion, Bayside Company Militia 5th Maryland Line, Talbot County, Maryland

John Horney Jr. Private Bayside Company 1777-1778, 1778-1779, 1780-1781
Solomon Horney    Private    Bayside Company    1777-1778, 1780-1781
Thomas Horney Private Bayside Company 1777-1778, 1778-1779, 1780-1781
William Horney Private Bayside Company 1778-1780
William Horney Private 100 acres issued 24 March 1797.   Warrant no. 11,302         
Colonel John Gunby July 30, 1783 Leave of absence for William Horney   MSA Maryland State Papers


Captain Andrew Fountain's Company 14th Battalion, Caroline County, Maryland
Joseph Harney    Private    Militia    by August 13, 1777    [Ref: M-157]                                  
Philip Harney    Private    Militia    by August 13, 1777    [Ref: M-157]


13th Battalion, 5th Company, Kent County, Maryland

Thomas Horney    Private    5th Company, 13th Batallion    1775-1778, 1780-1781


Queen Anne's County, Maryland

James Honey Oath of Allegiance Queen Anne's County, MD 1778
Thomas Vallintine Honey    Oath of Allegiance    Queen Anne's County, MD    1778


DELAWARE
Name    Induction Rank    Location    Roll/Box
Genathn Hearney    1st Lieutenant    Delaware    30
Jenathn Hearney    Lieutenant    Delaware    30






U.S. War of 1812



Name    Regiment    Induction Rank    Discharge Rank
Philemon Horney    4th Regiment, Maryland Militia    Corporal    Sergeant
Benjamin Horney    26th Regiment,(Auld's) Maryland Militia    Private    Private
Philimon Horney    26th Regiment,(Auld's) Maryland Militia    Private    Private
Philip Horney    26th Regiment,(Auld's) Maryland Militia    Private    Private
Samuel Horney    26th Regiment,(Auld's) Maryland Militia    Private    Private
William Horny    26th Regiment,(Auld's) Maryland Militia    Private    Private
Ceden Horney    38th Regiment,(Wright's) Maryland Militia    Private    Private
Thomas Horney    38th Regiment,(Wright's) Maryland Militia    AMAH    AMAH
Benjamin Horney    1st Regiment U.S. Mississippi Volunteers    Surgeon's Mate    Surgeon's Mate
Daniel Horney    3rd Regiment (Stewart's) Ohio Militia    Sergeant    Sergeant
James Horney    3rd Regiment (Stewart's) Ohio Militia    Private    Private
Stephen Horney    9th Regiment (Sharp's) Virginia Militia    Private    Private
Samuel Horney    Enlisted 1813 Virginia Army, Discharged 1815    Biography
   Recruiting Sergeant






Black Hawk War
1832

Samuel Horney
1788 - 1874
Photo
Biography
Quartermaster
4th Illinois Regiment






The War Between The States
U.S. Civil War
1861 - 1865

SOLDIERS
AND THE STATES THEY SERVED




Company
Name Regiment/Company Enlistment
Rank
Discharge
Rank
Allegiance Remarks
ALABAMA
James Horney 21st Alabama Infantry
Company A

Private Private Confederate
William Horney Morelandís Regiment
Alabama Cavalry
Company B
Private Private Confederate

ILLINIOS
Alexander S. Horney 84 Illinois Infantry
Company I

Private Chaplain Union
John H. Horney 118 Illinois Infantry
Company H

Sergeant Sergeant Union
Joseph M. Horney 106 Illinois Infantry
Company C

Private Private Union
Joseph M. Horney 106 Illinois Infantry
Company H

Private Private Union
Rees Horney 94 Illinois Infantry
Company C

Sergeant Sergeant Union

INDIANA
Alexander Horney 16th Indiana Infantry
Company B
Private Private Union Served 1 year
Alexander Horney 69th Indiana Infantry
Company A
3rd Sergeant 2nd Lieutenant Union
Daniel Horney 86th Indiana Infantry
Company I
Private Private Union
Frederick Horney 13th Indiana Infantry
Company D
Private Musician Union
James Horney 3rd Indiana Cavalry
Company I
Private Private Union
James Horney 86th Indiana Infantry
Company A
Private Private Union
Jesse Horney 9th Indiana Cavalry
Company C
Private Private Union
Peter Horney 9th Indiana Infantry
Company C
Private Private Union Served 3 months in 1861
Peter Horney 44th Indiana Infantry
Company I
Private Chaplain Union
William A. Horney 19th Indiana Infantry
Company D
Private Private Union
William H. Horney 26th Indiana Infantry
Company G
Private Chaplain Union
William M. Horney 26th Indiana Infantry
Company G
Private Chaplain Union
William P. Horney 46th Indiana Infantry
Company B
Private Private Union


LOUISIANA
B. R. Horney
2nd Louisiana Infantry
Company I
Private Private Confederate   Also recorded as B. R. Harris
Died December 23, 1861


MARYLAND
Alexander Horney 39th Infantry
Company D
U.S. Colored Troops
Private Private Union
Mustered in March 31, 1864
39th Infantry U.S. Colored Troops
Mustered out December 4, 1865
Benjamin Horney 2nd Potomac Home Brigade
Maryland Infantry
Company D
Private Private Union
Charles Horney 11th Maryland Infantry
Company D
Private Private Union
Emial Horney 5th Maryland Infantry
Company E
Private Private Union Also recorded as Emil Homes
Frederick Horney 3rd Potomac Home Brigade
Maryland Infantry
Company B
Private Private Union
Frederick Horney 4th Potomac Home Brigade
Maryland Infantry
Company B
Private Private Union
James Horney 39th Infantry
Company C
U.S. Colored Troops
Private Private Union
Born in Queen Anne's County, Maryland
Mustered in March 31, 1864 age 20
39th Infantry U.S. Colored Troops
Mustered out April 17, 1864
Transfered to the Navy in April 1864
Mustered in April 25, 1864 at Baltimore, Maryland
Mustered out March 18, 1867
Joseph W. Horney 3rd Maryland Cavalry
Company G
Private Private Union
Enlisted April 26, 1861 in the Confederate Army
in Company K, 18th North Carolina Infantry
Deserted the Confederacy July 1, 1863 at Gettysburg, Pa
Confined at Fort Delaware, Delaware about July 3, 1863
On September 22, 1863 took Oath of Allegiance
to the Union Army and released from Fort Delaware
Assigned to Company G, 3rd Maryland Cavalry
Joseph Horney 3rd Maryland Cavalry
Company G
Private Private Union
Also recorded as Joseph Harney
Mustered in September 24, 1863
Company G, 3rd Maryland Cavalry
Transfered December 9, 1864 Co. G to Co. K
Mustered out July 18, 1865
Martin Horney 3rd Maryland Infantry
Company B
Private Private Union
Samuel Horney 5th Maryland Infantry
Company E
Private Private Union
Samuel Horney 5th Maryland Infantry
Company C
Private Private Union
Mustered in March 7, 1865
Mustered out September 1, 1865
William Horney 3rd Maryland Cavalry
Company K
Private Private Union
William F. Horney 39th Infantry
Company D
U.S. Colored Troops
Private Private Union
Born in Maryland
Mustered in March 31, 1864 age 20
39th Infantry U.S. Colored Troops
Mustered out December 4, 1865
William M. Horney Baltimore Light Infantry
Maryland Volunteers
Company A
Private Private Union
William M. Horney 3rd Maryland Infantry
Company D
Private Private Union
William M. Horney 3rd Maryland Infantry
Company I
Private Private Union
Mustered in November 13, 1861
Deserted August 4, 1862


MISSISSIPPI
J. R. Horney 10th Mississippi Cavalry
Company A
Confederate

MISSOURI
Henry C. Horney 10th Missouri Infantry
Company B
Private Private Union Veteran Reserve Corps 98th Company 2nd Battalion
Leonidas Horney 10th Missouri Infantry
Company A
Captain Lieut Colonel Union Died May 16, 1863 in the battle of Vicksburg   Biography

NEW HAMPSHIRE
Albert Horney 1st New Hampshire Cavalry
Company C
Private Bugler Union
Charles G. Horney 15th New Hampshire Infantry
Company I
Private Private Union
Edward Horney 9th New Hampshire Infantry
Company H
Private Musician Union
Henry Horney 6th New Hampshire Infantry
Company H
Private Musician Private

NEW JERSEY
William Horney 1st New Jersey Cavalry
Company A
Private Private Union

NEW YORK
Charles Horney 28th New York State Militia
Company H
Sergeant Sergeant Union
Charles Horney 28th New York
National Guard
Company H
Ord. Sergeant Ord. Sergeant Union
Henry Horney 28th New York
National Guard
Company H
Private Private Union
John Horney 80th New York Infantry
Company G
Private Private Union
John Horney 28th New York
National Guard
Company H
Private Private Union
Peter J. Horney 13th New York Cavalry
Company E
Union
William Horney 28th New York State Militia
Company H
Private Private Union

NORTH CAROLINA
Clarkson E. Horney 22nd North Carolina Infantry
Company L
Sergeant 2nd Lieutenant Confederate Also recorded as E. C. Horney
E. P. Horney 22nd North Carolina Infantry
Company E
Private Private Confederate
G. W. Horney 22nd North Carolina Infantry
Company K
Private Private Confederate Also recorded as George W. Haney
H. W. Horney 45th North Carolina Infantry
Company K
Private Private Confederate Also recorded as H. W. Harney
J. C. Horney 7th North Carolina
Senior Reserves
Company J
Private Private Confederate
J. W. Horney 22nd North Carolina Infantry
Company K
Confederate
Joseph W. Horney 18th North Carolina Infantry
Company K
Private Deserted Confederate
Enlisted April 26, 1861 in the Confederate Army
in Company K, 18th North Carolina Infantry
Deserted the Confederacy July 1, 1863 at Gettysburg, Pa
Confined at Fort Delaware, Delaware about July 3, 1863
On September 22, 1863 took Oath of Allegiance
to the Union Army and released from Fort Delaware
Assigned to Company G, 3rd Maryland Cavalry
Levi B. Horney 45th North Carolina Infantry
Company K
Private Private Confederate Also recorded as L. B. Harney
P. P. Horney 1st North Carolina Infantry
Company A
Private Private Confederate
William A. Horney 27th North Carolina Infantry
Company B
Private Private Confederate
William C. Horney 2nd North Carolina Artillery
Company A
Private Private Confederate

OHIO
Charles Horney 1st Ohio Infantry
Company A
Musician Private Union
Charles Horney 82nd Ohio Infantry
Company F
Musician Private Union
Daniel H. Horney 8th Ohio Cavalry
Company K
Private Private Union
Forris Horney 90th Ohio Infantry
Company C
Private Private Union
George W. Horney 90th Ohio Infantry
Company C
Private Private Union
James Horney 13th Ohio Infantry
Company F
Private Private Union Also recorded as James Harney
James Horney 60th Ohio Infantry
Company C
Private Corporal Union
James W. Horney 90th Ohio Infantry
Company C
Private Corporal Union
Mustered in January 5, 1864
Promoted to Corporal June 1, 1865
Mustered out October 6, 1865 Victoria, Texas
Jathro Horney 86th Ohio Infantry
Company B
Private Private Union
Jethro Horney 86th Ohio Infantry
Company E
Private Private Union
Jethro Horney 136th Ohio Infantry
Company H
Private Private Union
Johial Horney 66th Ohio Infantry
Company F
Private Private Union
John Horney 120th Ohio Infantry
Company G
Private Private Union Also recorded as John Horny
John J. Horney 168th Ohio Infantry
Company C
Private Private Union
John M. Horney 13th Ohio Infantry
Company F
Private Private Union
John M. Horney 86th Ohio Infantry
Company E
Corporal Corporal Union
Oliver E. Horney 90th Ohio Infantry
Company C
Private Private Union
Peter Horney 114th Ohio Infantry
Company G
Private Private Union Also recorded as Peter Harvy
Peter Horney 120th Ohio Infantry
Company G
Private Private Union Also recorded as Peter M. Harvey
Uriah Horney 8th Ohio Cavalry
Company D
Private Private Union
William J. Horney 168th Ohio Infantry
Company G
1st Lieutenant 1st Lieutenant Union

SOUTH CAROLINA
D J. Horney 5th South Carolina Infantry
Company F
Private Private Confederate

TENNESSEE
A. F. Horney 18th Tennessee Infantry
Company H
Private Private Confederate
Sidney Horney 2nd Tennessee
Mounted Infantry
Company K
Private Private Union

VIRGINIA
William H. Horney 6th Virginia Infantry
Company H
Private Private Confederate
William T. Horney 6th Virginia Infantry
Company H
Private Private Confederate


Sources: Gleaned from records at Ancestry.com and from The Maryland State Archives



More MARYLAND Civil War Records
Volunteers and Soldiers

History and Roster of Maryland Volunteers
Name    Rank    Side    Regiment/Company    Enlistment    Discharge Date    Remarks    Source
Alexander Horney    Private    Union    39th Regiment Infantry Co. D    March 31, 1864    December 4, 1865    U.S. Colored Troops    Source
James Horney    Private    Union    39th Regiment Infantry Co. C    March 31, 1864    April 17, 1864    U.S. Colored Troops
   Transfered to Navy
   Source
John Horney    Private    Union    Act of Aug. 14, 1888    April 14, 1864    October 27, 1865    Vessel Mingo    Source
Samuel Horney    Private    Union    5th Regiment Infantry   Co. C    March 7, 1865    September 1, 1865       Source
Wm F. Horney    Private    Union    39th Regiment Infantry Co. D    March 31, 1864    December 4, 1865    U.S. Colored Troops    Source
Wm M. Horney    Private    Union    3rd Regiment Infantry   Co. I    November 13, 1861       Deserted Aug 4, 1862    Source


Maryland Volunteers in U.S. Navy
Name    Rank or Rating    Enlisted or Shipment    Discharge Date    Vessel
Charles E. Horney    Ord. Seaman    June 17, 1861    November 2, 1864    Alleghany, St. Lawrence and Aries
Charles E. Horney    Ord. Seaman    January 5, 1865    February 12, 1868    Alleghany and Wyoming
James Horney    Landsman    April 25, 1864    March 18, 1867    Transfered from 19th Regiment Infantry U.S. Colored Troops
         Alleghany, St. Mary's, Saginaw and Lancaster
John N. Horney    Marine    1864    1865    Mingo and Cimarron
Thomas E. Horney    Seaman    1864    1865    Jamestown and Galena
William F. Horney    Landsman    April 25, 1864      Transfered from 19th Regiment Infantry U.S. Colored Troops
         failed to appear, records U.S.N. Department
Source: History and Roster of Maryland Volunteers, War of 1861-6, Volume 2, Volume 366, Page 66


African American Sailors in the Union Navy
Name    Born    Age    Height    Enlistment Date    Enlistment Place    Remarks    Source
James Horney    Queen Anne's County, Maryland    20    5'6"    April 25, 1864    Baltimore, Maryland    Vessels:   Saginaw
   St. Mary's, & Lancaster
   Source
William F. Horney    Maryland    20    5'10"    April 25, 1864    Baltimore, Maryland    Landsman, Term 3   Source


U. S. Civil War Pensions Granted in Maryland
Session Laws 1898
Name    Residence    Approved    Pension Amount    Source
James Horney    Queen Anne's County, Maryland    March 14, 1898    50 dollars annually for his natural life    Source

U.S. Civil War Pension Index - Maryland
Name  Company  Filing Date  Application no.  Certificate no.
Joseph Horney   H, 18th Maryland Infantry   May 16, 1864   45618   30544
Samuel Horney   5th Maryland Infantry   July 25, 1890   833762   610650



More MISSOURI Civil War Records

Colonel Leonidas Horney
Born Sep 4, 1817 Guilford County, North Carolina.
Volunteered August 1861 in the U.S. Civil War.
Elected Captain of Company A, 10th Regiment, Missouri.
Promoted to Major then Colonel.
Died May 16, 1863 in the battle of Vicksburg,
near Champion Hill, Warren County, Mississippi.
Biography of Leonidas Horney:
Biographies of Old Schyler County Settlers
written between 1872 - 1874 for the Centennial Celebration.






U.S. Civil War Pension Index

Name  Company  Filing Date  Application no.  Certificate no.
Joseph M. Horney   C 106 Illinios Infantry   May 12, 1877   1191053   990415
Mary E. Horney   Widow Joseph M. Horney   November 13, 1907   865300   628868
         
Joseph M. Horney   H 106 Illinios Infantry   Jan 13, 1860   212,934   144,381
Fransis A. Horney   Widow Joseph M. Horney   September 26, 1910   949,653   715,865
Francis filed Nebraska        
         
William A. Horney   D19 Indiana Infantry      
Keziah Horney   Mother William A. Horney   May 14, 1879   245954   350700
         
Joseph Horney   H, 18th Maryland Infantry   May 16, 1864   45618   30544
         
Samuel Horney   5th Maryland Infantry   July 25, 1890   833762   610650
         
Leonidas Horney   Lt. Col. 10 Missouri Infantry      
Jane Horney   Widow of Leonidas Horney   Sept 3, 1863   32042   13918
         
Edward Horny   Co. H, 9th New Hampshire Inf   May 26, 1888?   656665   574312
         
Paul S. Horney   M 1 North Carolina Inf.   April 5, 1917   1.427.278   54612
         
Paris Horney   L 110 Ohio Infantry      
Annie K. Horney   Widow Paris Horney   May 11, 1865   85652   54612
         
Oliver E. Horney   L 90 Ohio Infantry   October 27, 1864   53931   55009
Sarah Horney   Widow Oliver E. Horney   August 27, 1910   948147   710195




U.S. 1890 Veteran's Schedule

  Location Rank Regiment/Company Enlisted Discharged
MARYLAND
John Horney Hillsboro, Caroline Co., Md Private Co. F, 1st ES Volunteers served 2 years
Samuel H. Horney 326 Wolf st, Baltimore City, Md Private 5th Md Infantry March 7, 1865 Sept 1865
Thomas Horney 921 Potomac st, Baltimore City, Md Commander
or Gunner?
vessel Galena March, 1864 Nov 1864

MASSACHUSETTS
Joanna Horney
(widow of Joseph Horney)
Norton, Bristol, Massachusetts Private Rhode Island Infantry

MISSOURI
Charles Horney Mount Vernon, Lawrence, Missouri Private Co. D, 2 Wis vol Calvary 1 Sep 1862 7 Mar 1863
Joseph Horney St Louis, St Louis City, Missouri U.S. Soldier
William S Horney Polk, Nodaway, Missouri Private Co. D, 22 Penn Calvary 16 Aug 1862 24 May 1865

NEW HAMPSHIRE
Charles G. Horney Rochester, Strafford, N H Private Co. I, 15th NH Vol
(detailed as musician)
31 Aug 1862 13 Aug 1863
Edward Horney Rochester, Strafford, N H Private Co. H, 9th NH Infantry 26 July 1862 10 June 1865
George H. Horney Alton, Belknap, N H Private Co. H?
69th New York Infantry
14 Nov 1862 14 July 1863

NEW YORK
Charles Horney Brooklyn, Kings, New York Private
Rose Horney
(widow of John Horney)
Utica, Oneida, New York Private Co. G, 80th NY Infantry 7 Sept 1864 17 Ju 1865

OHIO
Abraham Horney Sycamore, Wyandot, Ohio 1st Sergeant Co. E, 16th Kansas Nov 1862 Dec 1865
Josephine C. Charles
(widow of Daniel H. Horney)
Jeffersonville, Fayette, Ohio Private Co. K, 44th Ohio Infantry 11 Sept 1861 served about 4 years
Forris Horney Jasper, Fayette, Ohio Private Co. C, 90th Ohio Infantry 7 Aug 1862 13 June 1865
Hugh Horney National Military Home
Montgomery, Ohio
Private Co. K, 69th Penn Inf April 1861 July 1865
Josephine Horney
(widow of James W. Horney)
Mechanicsburg, Champaign, Ohio Corporal Co. C, 90th Ohio Infantry 5 Jany 1864 3 Oct 1865
John J. Horney Union, Van Wert, Ohio Sergeant Co. 6, 168th Ohio Infantry 2 May 1864 8 Sept 1864
John M. Horney Marysville, Union, Ohio Private Co F, 13th Ohio Volunteer 20 Apr 1861 26 June 1861
John M. Horney Marysville, Union, Ohio Corporal Co E, 86th Ohio Volunteer 3 Jun 1862 25 Sept 1862
Oliver E Horney Jasper, Fayette, Ohio Private Co. C, 9th Ohio Infantry 9 Aug 1862 30 Sept 1865

PENNSYLVANIA
Hadfield S. Horney Belle Vernon, Fayette, Pennsylvania Private Co E, 57th PA Volunteer 26 Aug 1864 3 May 1865
Samuel S. Horny Brothersvalley, Somerset Co., Penn
lives at Hays Mill & has heart disease
Private Co. A, 160th Ohio Infantry 2 May 1864 4 Sep 1864





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Transcriptions by Diana "Dee" Horney - Gabler

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