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Mike (#46867680)
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Sherry Harris
RE: Duplicate Memorial and using my picture
It might be a duplicate, but mine has all the family information on it for anyone researching him, and yours has basically nothing. He's my great grandfather and I've worked on my family and him for over 35 years. I took my daughter there a couple of years ago. We visited lots of family graves around Pa, NJ and Virginia where I took photos of the headstones. I'm from Virginia, not far away.
Added by Sherry Harris on Jul 29, 2015 3:55 PM
TR & DJ Grove
Henry Van Horn
Mike…..The Information you have on Henry and Elizabeth Van Horn from the history of Bucks Co is correct….However, the only information I have found indicated that Henry was buried across the river from Trenton, NJ……. I am a member of the SAR and have used both Henry and his son Isaiah for supplemental Patriots….I have been to Isaiah’s Grave in Indiana PA………I guess I’m not sure if this is the correct Henry Van Horn (Isaiah’s Father)…..Does the Church have any records? Terry
Added by TR & DJ Grove on May 31, 2015 2:26 PM
RE: Elizabeth VanSant VanHorn 25685982
From Henry VH stone I read his birthdate as Oct. 23,1728. His death date is unreadable but from "The History of Bucks County" by Wm.W.H.Davis,p.96, and (PA. Archives, vol.xiv,p.175) he was commissioned Capt. of a Company he raised on Dec.6,1776. He died of Camp Fever late 1777. Son Isaiah was a drummer in his fathers Company,1776-1777. According to The VanZandt Society "The Van Zandts of America"; Elizabeth Van Sant was b.1736, d.11/25/1807. She married Henry VH,Jr. in 1757. They had 8 children.
Elizabeth,the mother d. Nov. 25,1807, aged about eighty years,(Davis,p.96) I have a DAR supplemental through both of these patriots. Isaiah's original stone is not in Gilgal Cem. in Indiana Co.PA.

I hope this will straighten all this out. If not, let me know. D
Added by Darlene on May 30, 2015 2:59 PM
Elizabeth VanSant VanHorn 25685982
Dear Mike, Elizabeth's page says she was born 1804. She was not married to Henry VH as he died before she was born. Isaiah was not her child. Would you please unlink her from both Henry and Isaiah. Thanks much! Darlene
Added by Darlene on May 30, 2015 9:31 AM
TR & DJ Grove
Elizabeth VanHorn
I am the GGGG Grandson of Isaiah Van Horn 53281075 and believe that the Elizabeth VanHorn Find A Grave #2568598 born 1804 Can Not be the wife of Henry VanHorn Find A Grave # 25686064 died 1777 or mother of Isaiah VanHorn Find A Grave # 53281075 born 1760……
Added by TR & DJ Grove on May 30, 2015 3:13 AM
Laura M
Samuel McNair
Thank you so much for all your efforts in finding his burial site! It is so much appreciated!
Added by Laura M on May 05, 2015 2:02 PM
R. Bowles-Meentzen
Thank you!
Thank you very much for adding the photos of my ancestor Jane Bond. It is very much appreciated.
Randi Bowles-Meentzen
Added by R. Bowles-Meentzen on Apr 30, 2015 8:42 PM
Jim & Helen (Wall) Templin
Margaret Keith
I have deleted the duplicate on her.
Jim Templin
Added by Jim & Helen (Wall) Templi... on Apr 30, 2015 3:53 PM
Craig L. Burton
RE: John Scott
Thank you.
Added by Craig L. Burton on Apr 29, 2015 11:15 PM
Craig L. Burton
John Scott

John Scott at your memorial #25654997 was my 3x great grand uncle. I've made editing suggestions re your memorial, but am aware that the graveyard has been or is being substantially restored since your 2008 photo. Are you aware of any other Scott family members sited with John Scott at Plot R-6? Also, "R-6" suggests the existence of a cemetery map. Do you know of one?

Denver, CO
Added by Craig L. Burton on Apr 27, 2015 6:32 PM
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