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James Edward Horn

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James Edward Horn

Birth
Winston County, Mississippi, USA
Death
6 Feb 1955 (aged 59)
Carnegie, Caddo County, Oklahoma, USA
Burial
Carnegie, Caddo County, Oklahoma, USA Add to Map
Plot
Sec 7, lot 205, sp 2
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The Carnegie Herald, February 9, 1955
Jim Horn Service Was In Methodist Church Tuesday
Final rites for J.E. Horn, 59, were at 2 p.m. Tuesday after his death Sunday in his home on West Second street. He had been in failing health for more than 10 years and had been seriously ill at home the past five months.
Rev. Roy C. Rowlan, pastor, conducted the services and burial was in the Carnegie cemetery under direction of the Pitcher Funeral home.
James Edward Horn had been a resident of this community since 1917, coming here from his native state of Mississippi. He was born April 19, 1895. For a number of years he was in the shoe repair business here. As a young boy he was baptized into the Primitive Baptist church by his grandfather and later he united with the Methodist church. He was married to Miss Lucile McPherson March 2, 1927 in Hobart and to them a daughter and four sons were born.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. J.E. Horn, at the home; his daughter, Mrs. Marguerite Morris, Carnegie; and the sons, Jack, Jimmy and Joe Don, Carnegie, and S-Sgt. Billy G., Tinker Field, Oklahoma City.
Among those from a distance here for the services were Mrs. A.J. Horn, Mrs. L.D. Freeman and son, Jimmy, and Mrs. Andy O'Neal of Lemesa, Texas; Earl Horn of San Angelo; Mrs. Arthur Holloway, Frederick; Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Howry, Oklahoma City; and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Horn, Hydro.
The Carnegie Herald, February 9, 1955
Jim Horn Service Was In Methodist Church Tuesday
Final rites for J.E. Horn, 59, were at 2 p.m. Tuesday after his death Sunday in his home on West Second street. He had been in failing health for more than 10 years and had been seriously ill at home the past five months.
Rev. Roy C. Rowlan, pastor, conducted the services and burial was in the Carnegie cemetery under direction of the Pitcher Funeral home.
James Edward Horn had been a resident of this community since 1917, coming here from his native state of Mississippi. He was born April 19, 1895. For a number of years he was in the shoe repair business here. As a young boy he was baptized into the Primitive Baptist church by his grandfather and later he united with the Methodist church. He was married to Miss Lucile McPherson March 2, 1927 in Hobart and to them a daughter and four sons were born.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. J.E. Horn, at the home; his daughter, Mrs. Marguerite Morris, Carnegie; and the sons, Jack, Jimmy and Joe Don, Carnegie, and S-Sgt. Billy G., Tinker Field, Oklahoma City.
Among those from a distance here for the services were Mrs. A.J. Horn, Mrs. L.D. Freeman and son, Jimmy, and Mrs. Andy O'Neal of Lemesa, Texas; Earl Horn of San Angelo; Mrs. Arthur Holloway, Frederick; Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Howry, Oklahoma City; and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Horn, Hydro.


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