Note H703 Index
SQ p. 3542: They were buried in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery (Perry County, TN?)
Note H704 Index
See the SPARKS QUARTERLY, p. 3543 for a photograph of Nathan and Mary taken about 1885 and p. 3544 for a photograph of Nathan, his daughter Bettie (Horner) Daniel, his granddaughter Ollie (Daniel) Barber and his great-granddaughter, Maurine Barber taken about 1915.
Note H705 Index
SQ p. 3537:
"Robert Edward Horner was born on December 10, 1846. (Some say that his middle name was Elijah and that his date of birth was December 12, 1846.) He was married to Delilah E. ["Dillie'll Whitfield on December 22, 1871. She had been born on February 24, 1851, and was a daughter of Thomas Jefferson Whitfield. Robert and Dillie lived in Humphreys County where he died on March 17, 1885. Dillie died there on June 3, 1901. They had four children: Foster, Anna, Thomas ["Jack"], and Robert."
Note H706 Index
SEE THE SPARKS QUARTERLY, March 1990, Whole No. 149, p. 3537:
"Russell William Horner, son of John and Sally (Sparks) Horner, was born on July 8, 1822. On August 6, 1843, he was married to Martha Ann Patterson in Perry County, Tennessee. She had been born on February 5, 1826, and was a daughter of Robert C. and Malinda (Carson) Patterson. She died on June 12, 1872. After her death, Russell was married (2nd) to Sarah ["Sally"] (Patterson) Pitts on November 10, 1872, in Gibson County. She was a widow with two children. She was also a cousin of Russell's first wife. Russell died on November 14, 1882, and was buried in the Pineview Cemetery in Perry County. He and Martha Ann were the parents of eight children."
Note H707 Index
SQ p. 3538:
"Sarah Sophronia Horner was born about 1859. She was married to Matthew J. Gray on December 17, 1872, in Perry County. He had been born on December 8, 1852, and was a son of Martin S. and Louisa (Arnold) Gray. He was graduated from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in 1881 and was a practicing physician. He and Sarah had five children before her death, which probably occurred shortly after the birth of their youngest child on July 28, 1889. Sarah was buried in the Gray Cemetery in Perry County. She and Matthew had five children: Russell, Edward, Gertrude, Bertie, and Mary."
Note H708 Index
SQ pp. 3539-40:
"William Russell Horner was born on February 20, 1848. He took some medical training at Nashville University and then served as an apprentice doctor on Cypress Creek in Perry County. He was married to Amanda Frances Pace on November 25, 1869, in Perry County. She had been born on March 23, 1851, and was a daughter of William and Juliana (Thompson) Pace. William and Amanda moved to Humphreys County in March 1879 where he started a medical practice. He became a successful physician. Amanda died on March 21, 1936, and William died on april 22, 1944. They were buried in the McKeel Cemetery in Humphreys County. (This cemetery was originally called Trinity Cemetery.) William and Amanda had eight children: Lauretta, Margaret, John, Charles, Lelia, Lizzie, William, and Jesse."
Note H709 Index
Her maiden name could have been Hunecutt. See the notes regarding the marriage records for Carroll County, GA, for William.
Note N710 Index
He married 1st unknown. She died before 1780. He was the brother of William Huddleston. According to Anna Popejoy, Huddleston researcher, David Huddleston and William Huddleston were witnesses on a deed between A Moore and A Reynolds in 1756 in Anson County, NC. "David was not born in North Carolina. He is FROM PA along with the Moore's and dReynolds. I do not think he was even born in the USA." A. Popejoy.
Note N711 Index
Moved from Rutherford County, North Carolina to Putnam County, Tennessee.
Note H712 Index
SQ p. 807: There is some doubt regarding the identity of this daughter.