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Kinnick 2003 Genealogy Book

Prepared as Part of The Kinnick Project,
from the works of hundreds of people by
Compiler, William L. (Bill) Smith


George and Mary (Kinnick) Harrison Front Page

Eveline Harrison married Francis (Frank) Hornby on 22 Jan 1876, in Illinois.

Eveline was born 21 Dec 1854 in Wyanet, Bureau Co, Illinois. She died at home, on 2 Jan 1934, in Estherville, Emmet Co, IA, and buried at Oak Hil Cemetery, Estherville, Emmet Co, IA.

Frank was born 21 Jan 1847, in Big Rock, Kane Co, Illinois. He died 18 Jan 1915, and is also buried at Oak Hill Cemetery, Estherville, Emmet Co, IA.

Notes on Frank and Eveline.

Eveline in 1870 and 1925 census.

Children of Eveline and Frank:

1. Harry E. Hornby (1877-1953). He married twice. She was born in Anita, Cass Co, Iowa.

2. Blanche Frances Hornby (1879-1970) married Harry Elwood Gorton. She was born in Anita, Cass Co, Iowa.

3. Richard George Hornby (1880-1961) married Sophia Harms. He was born in Bureau Co, Illinois.

4. Mabel Gertrude Hornby (1883-1914) married Henry A. Wagner. She was born in Concord Co, Bureau Co, IL.

5. Glennie May Hornby (twin of Ralph) (1885-1934) married Guy Carlton Stearns. She was born in Concord Co, Bureau Co, IL.

6. Ralph Hornby (twin of Glennie) (b. 17 Oct 1885; d. 16 Jan 1888).

7. Fannie Estella Hornby (1888-1973) married Charles Henry (Charley) Slininger.

8. Mina Irene Hornby (1891-1926) married twice.

9. Burton Hornby (1896-1937). He was born in Concord Twp, Bureau Co, IL.

Notes on Frank and Eveline:

Frank and Eveline Hornby purchased the NE 1/4 of Section 18, Township 99 North of Range 33, Emmet Co, Iowa, on 10 Sep 1890. They came from Sheffield, IL. They had a family of eight children... They were members of the Methodist Church and are buried at Oak Hill Church... from Emmet Co History, Vol III.

Ltr 15 Mar 1996 from Jeanne Egeland, Emmet Co: Francis, Eveline, Richard and Burton buried at Oak Hill in Block 8, lot 75, spaces 1, 2, 3, & 4. "When a small boy he came with his parents to their homestead three miles northeast of Sheffield, IL. Here he grew to manhood and then cared for his aged parents. He enlisted in the 64th IL volunteers and served a year and a half during the Civil War." Details added from Lush book via Walter G. Elwell 4/3/96. Has more bio (perhaps can add later).

Eveline in 1870 census:

Eveline is living with her grandmother, Susan.

In the 1925 Iowa census, it shows Eveline living in Iowa for 30 years, since 1895.

Photo of Harry and Mabel Hornby, as children:

This photo received from Shari Fletcher from the files of William and Carol Klopfenstein. Thank you for sharing!!

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