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Luther Van Horn
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Birth: May 4, 1758
Hampden County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Oct. 18, 1796
Hampden County
Massachusetts, USA

Luther born 5-4-1758, married Lucy Wright 11-6-1784
Lived in East Springfield, Mass and (hed???) 10-18-1796

Flavia born 6-8-1786
Lucy born 2-17-1788
Luther born 2-29-1790
Eurydice born 2-11-1792
Freedus born 1-1-1794
Hannah born 1-26-1796

Springfield VR:
**Luther Vanhorn Son of Abraham Vanhorn and Eunice Vanhorn of Springfield was born May 4th anno: Dom: 1758

Luther Vanhorn and Lucy Wright enter their Intention of Marriage both of Springfield November 6th Anno Dom 1784 notification posted the same day 
Family links: 
  Abraham Van Horn (1728 - 1806)
  Eunice Sikes Van Horn (1733 - 1820)
  Lucy Wright Van Horn, Chapin (1765 - 1850)*
  Flavia Van Horn Moulton (1786 - 1867)*
  Luther Van Horn (1758 - 1796)
  Calvin Van Horn (1762 - 1820)*
  Orpha Van Horn Warner (1767 - 1823)**
  Gaius Van Horn (1769 - 1809)*
  Reuel Van Horn (1772 - 1850)*
*Calculated relationship
Died Octr 18 1796 Mr Luther Vanhorn 38
Look down on me I! Slumber here
The grave is now become my bed;
O! think on death, that's always near,
Before your're number'd with the dead.
Chicopee Street Burying Ground
Hampden County
Massachusetts, USA
Created by: Linda
Record added: Nov 28, 2010
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Luther Van Horn
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Luther Van Horn
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Luther Van Horn
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Soldier, War of the Revolution.Van Horn, Luther, Private, Capt. Gideon Burt's co., Col. David Leonard's regt., entered service March 2, 1777; discharged April 10, 1777; service, 40 days; company marched to reinforce Northern army at Ticonderoga.vol. 16, p...(Read more)
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 Added: May. 17, 2014

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