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Hornish family records : some of the descendants of Martin B. Hornish and Helena Rupert of Point Pleasant, now West Virginia (ca. 1824), Centreville, Wayne County, Indiana (ca. 1829 to 1856), and Tazewell and Peoria Counties, Illinois (1856- )

information assembled by Clarke C. Miller
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English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1982
1 microfiche ; 11 x 15 cm.

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Microreproduction of original published: Whiting, Ind. : C.C. Miller, 1951. 10 leaves.

Reproduced from typescript.

Martin B. Hornish was born in 1798, the son of Martin? and Sarah Brenneman Hornish. He and his wife, Helena Rupert, had twelve children, ca. 1824-1849. The family moved to Centerville, Indiana, ca. 1829 and to Washington, Illinois, ca. 1856. He died at Washington, Illinois, in 1859. Descendants listed lived in Illinois and elsewhere.

Includes the Dougherty and other related families.

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