SEARCHING FOR SERAFINO AND HORTON FAMILIES
In the routine course of research, it has been determined that the Hortons are able to trace
their roots back to the Mayflower, John Alden, Pricilla Mullins, Elizabeth Tilley and John Howland.
PROUD OF OUR MILITARY SERVICE
Robert Kahn - World War II
Calvin Earl Horton - World War 1 - Sgt
Schuyler M. Horton - Civil War - Cpl - Co C. 17th Infantry - Iowa
Julius Arthur Leroux - Civil War - Pvt - Co K. 20th Regiment - Ohio Volunteers - Co E. 31st Regiment Ohio Infantry
Jabin Bosworth - Revolutionary War - Pvt - CN. under Capt. Carpenter/ N.Y. under Capt. Salisbury
Joseph Horton - Revolutionary War - Pvt - NY under Brinkerhoff's 2nd Reg.
Thomas Horton Sr. - Revolutionary War - Pvt - NY under Generals Howe and Putnam 7th Reg.
RECIPE FROM 1769
BEEF A LA MODE
ANOTHER HORTON WEBSITE
An Allied Family, from the same area, from the same time
THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING RESEARCHERSI could not have accumulated this much information so quickly without the aid of other researchers. I would like to
thank: LYNN SHEREN, Cousin and Family Historian, ELMER DICKSON, Historian of Kendall County, Illinois, KRISTY GRAVLIN, Researcher with Kendall County roots and NADEEN MC OSKER, Leroux Family Researcher with Missouri roots.
This website was created January, 2000, with a very small amount of information. It is growing quickly. This is
personal family history and is meant to aid other researchers. It is not for profit and the information is not to
be used for commercial purposes. If there are errors, please bring it to our attention for further research. (Additions and Corrections made May 25, 2003)
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I hear ethereal whispers persuasive, soft and still, "Daughter, if you don't remember us, who will?" Quote credited to Dot Stutter
HELP HEATHER FIND HER FAMILY