|Birth: ||Oct. 30, 1746|
|Death: ||Oct. 12, 1824|
Husband of Elizabeth Allred, buried beside her.
William Horner (1746-1824) hauled a four horse load of beef butchered on his place in Orange County, North Carolina to General Washington at Valley Forge in the winter of 1777/78 . For his service to the Revolution, including sundries furnished and cash paid the Militias of North Carolina, Virginia, and South Carolina he was awarded 4 pounds, 6 shillings, 4 pence, by the Hillsboro District of North Carolina. He was also awarded land grants in what later became Tennessee.
c1776: Roster and Soldiers the Tennessee Society of DAR 1960-1970 Vol. II pp 789, 790.
William Horner [1746-1824] served as a Patriot, furnished sundries and cash for the Militia of NC, SC, and VA. DAR # 462142. [Lists thirteen children of William and wife Elizabeth Allred (listed as Aldridge).]
George Horner (1726 - 1794)
Elizabeth Allred Horner (1747 - 1823)
Miriam Allred Horner Witt (1768 - 1845)*
John Horner (1770 - 1822)*
William Horner (1772 - 1834)*
William Horner (1746 - 1824)
George Horner (1761 - 1844)*
Note: No photoghaphs were made in the United States during the life time of William Horner Sr. The photos posted at this memorial may be of William Horner Jr. or possibly some other family member, but they are not of William Horner Sr.
Bent Creek Cemetery
Created by: B Long
Record added: Apr 09, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 25891023
Happy Birthday, William!!! Love, Linda & Kayrene; Terry, David, & Sharon; Ben, Nathan, Allison & Nicholas|
Carolyn & Ann
Added: Oct. 30, 2014
Added: Oct. 15, 2014
In loving memory, William. Love, Linda & Kayrene; Terry, David & Sharon; Ben, Nathan, Allison & Nicholas|
Added: Oct. 12, 2014
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