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Offline lisauk

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Horn or Horne from Millwall
« on: Sunday 20 March 05 21:00 GMT (UK) »
I am looking for relatives of the Horne family.

My great grandparents Arthur William Horne, and my great grandmother Amilia horne (nee Taphouse), moved to Oxfordshire at the start of the second world war with their 4 sons and 5 daughters from Millwall

I know that Arthur had a brother who lived in Banbury and died in the 1960's.

If anyone thinks they may be able to help me with sibblings names for Arthur or if anyone feels they are related to my family via Arthur Horne or Amila Taphouse, please do contact me.

Kind regards Lisa
JAMES - Glamorgan (1800's - 1900's)
HORNE or HORN - Poplar (until approx 1920), Oxfordshire (1920's - present)
PAUL (Dorset 1600 - 1900's)
LEIGHTON (Yorkshire, Oxfordshire)
BREAKSPEARE or BREAKSPEAR (Oxfordshire)
AYRES (Oxfordshire)
KEEPING (Glamorgan)
BELCHER (Berkshire)

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Re: Horn or Horne from Millwall
« Reply #1 on: Monday 21 March 05 17:59 GMT (UK) »
You could try the East End Forum.  Although most of them come from Bethnal Green you never know what might turn up.  You don't need to join to post.  Try the Looking for relatives section.

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Re: Horn or Horne from Millwall
« Reply #2 on: Tuesday 22 March 05 18:46 GMT (UK) »
I have found alot of information please see below, the horn family in 1901 it seems my Arthur Horne did not actually have an E at the end of his name but my grandmother did have an E at the end of her name. Also it seems that my Amelia Taphouse and Arthur Horn were step brother and sister but I can not find the deaths of there parents.

1901 Census Horn Family

Frederick Horn b. 1859, Poplar, London, head
Emma Horn b. 1858, Poplar, London, wife
Alexandra Horn, b. 1900, Poplar, London, son
Arthur Horn b. 1891, Poplar, London, son
Ellen Horn b. 1897, Poplar, London, daughter
Frederick Horn b. 1894, Poplar, London, son
George Horn b. 1888, Poplar, London, son

1901 Census Taphouse Family

William Taphouse b. 1862 Whitechapel, London, head
Sarah Taphouse b. 1863 Poplar, London, wife
Amelia Taphouse b. 1892 Poplar, London, daughter
Arthur Taphouse b. 1898 Poplar, London, son
John Taphouse b. 1889 Poplar, London, son
William Taphouse b. 1890 Poplar, London, son

Marriage of Taphouse and Horn

William Philip Taphouse m. September 1907, Poplar, London

Emma Jane Horn m. September 1907, Poplar, London

JAMES - Glamorgan (1800's - 1900's)
HORNE or HORN - Poplar (until approx 1920), Oxfordshire (1920's - present)
PAUL (Dorset 1600 - 1900's)
LEIGHTON (Yorkshire, Oxfordshire)
BREAKSPEARE or BREAKSPEAR (Oxfordshire)
AYRES (Oxfordshire)
KEEPING (Glamorgan)
BELCHER (Berkshire)

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Re: Horn or Horne from Millwall
« Reply #3 on: Tuesday 24 January 23 22:04 GMT (UK) »
Hi Lisa
I know you posted some time ago but my husbands family are direct descendent of the Taphouse and Horne family, Sarah and Taphouse and William are my husbands great great grandparents would be great to get in touch as we are tracking the family tree
Thanks