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  • Aaron Horn (1762 - 1834)
    Aaron Horn Jr. is born to Aaron Horn Sr. and Elizabeth in Betterton, Kent County, MD. and was in Fort Boonesborough during the siege of 1778. Aaron settled in what became Madison County, KY, near the o...
  • Aaron Horn (1799 - 1865)
  • Aaron Horn (1740 - 1778)
    Thursday, Oct. 1. Aaron Horn I dies within a few days of the end of the siege of Boonesborough. According to one family legend he was mortally injured while cutting cane poles. Since he died within a f...
  • Abraham Barentsen Van Horn (1695 - 1777)
    Reference: MyHeritage Family Trees - SmartCopy : Apr 8 2019, 0:54:18 UTC * Reference: MyHeritage Family Trees - SmartCopy : Apr 8 2019, 1:33:55 UTC
  • Abraham Horn (1877 - 1942)
    Eintrag im »Gedenkbuch« des Bundesarchivs:Horn, Abraham geboren am 08.Oktober 1877 in Kommern / Euskirchen / Rheinprovinz wohnhaft in KommernDeportation: ab Köln 15.Juni 1942, Theresienstadt, GhettoTod...

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Balázs Déri :

Horn family may succeed members of Uran-Ha people of Siberia ,who now live among Tungusic tribes and often are identified with the latter . Originally though they might have been of Gilyak that is Niwk descent .The latter namely may be related to Nahiyawawak people of Algwank origin descending from A'an-she-Ra called in the antiquity by contemporanes Urn-Anshe king of Lagash and by Greeks Uranos . His issue was among others the tribe of Gigants too,who lived somewhere in the regions of Siberia as early as the hometaking of Australians there about 1666 b.c. and were headed by Ag-Ra-(ya)-Ge king of A-Habash-Shenna or of Ba-Shan ,likely identical with Riges Aldan Grag Espa king of Shanba-La mentioned in Tibet's traditions

Jews and christians read 'Asher,Oog,Ha Bashan .

See Besenyő,Besnyő,Besenyey,Toscanini,Arnót,Albano,Nagler,Alapy,Schwarz,Glaser and others !