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Genealogy and History of the Family HORTON

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CD Contents
  2 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  Horton genealogy and history : descendants of Richard Horton (1727) and Elizabeth Harrison, and their nephew and niece, Deacon Nathaniel Horton (1741) and Rebecca Robinson, including a brief tracing of their ancestral line back to 1310, Geo. W.  Alloway Saxton, Pa.: Sheterom Print. Co., 1929, 149  pgs.
Subject Headings: Horton, Deacon Nathaniel, b. 1741, Robinson, Rebecca, Harrison, Elizabeth, Horton family, Harrison family, Robinson family, Horton, Richard, b. 1727.
2.  The Hortons in America : being a corrected reprint of the 1876 work by Dr. Geo. F. Horton ..., with the history and some lines of the posterity of Thomas Horton, and also a line of the posterity of Levi Horton, White, Adaline Horton, Seattle, Wash.: H.D. and A.H. White, 1929, 755  pgs. Dr. George F. Horton, The Hortons in America, The old first church of Southold,  Memorial Gateway,  The Founders, Barnabas I,  Joseph: Grief Horton records collected by Oze E. Horton of Atlanta, Georgia,  Caleb Third son of Barnabas Horton,  Caleb 3rd son of Barnabas Horton,  Joshua Fourth son of Barnabas Horton,  Jonathan Fifth son of Barnabas Horton, Thomas Horton,  Levi Horton, Alphabetical index

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