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milhorn, milhon, milhoan, helpbringer

Posted: 15 Apr 1999 11:30PM GMT
Edited: 7 Jul 2001 1:57AM GMT
Hi, cousins...
I'm looking for the parents of George Milhorn, later Milhon, b 1812 in Frederick Co VA, who married Mary Ann Helpbringer in 1835. I know that Milhoans are kin. Any clues?
Posted: 3 Jun 1999 2:55AM GMT
Edited: 22 Mar 2005 4:06AM GMT
I am trying to get infromation on Peter Milhoan. wholived in York County PA ca. 1777
Posted: 3 Jun 1999 3:32AM GMT
Edited: 22 Mar 2005 4:06AM GMT
Judith,
There was a George Simon Muhlorn ? later Milhorn ? with sons George and Simon 1754 ship "Recovery" from Germany.

We are looking for more information on Peter Milhorn and his family.
Peter Milhorn Brn ca 1765-1770 Military service 1977 York County PA Scotch Irish, sons Henry and John (there were other children 7 ?).
They moved to Winchester Fredderick VA ca 1789. Henry's son Jacob and John.
John born 1795 Winchester Fredderick VA, son George Milhoan born in Ohio . Named changed to Milhoan. Move to Belmont County Ohio 1798. George and his mother Elizabeth moved to Jackson County WVA 1849

Milhorn

Gerry Milhorn (View posts)
Posted: 14 Jul 1999 10:26AM GMT
I am a desendant to George and Simon Melhorn/Milhorn who came to America on the "REcovery" Ship in 1754. Any information to this family, please contact me. I have information to share.

MELHORN

Posted: 29 Jul 1999 9:01PM GMT
Edited: 30 Jan 2002 3:47PM GMT
Francis C. Melhorn was an armourer at Harper's Ferry. He may have been the son of Michael MELHORN, also of that city. Would like to communicate with anyone who has information on this family.

George/Simon Milhorn/Melhorn

Barbara (Melhorn) Yawn (View posts)
Posted: 11 Aug 1999 11:29PM GMT
I am a descendant of the Melhorns from Pennslyvannia (Cambria and York Counties). I am trying to verify a connection to a Simon Milhorn/Melhorne/Mehlhorn who was born in 1725 and believed to be a Revolutionary War soldier. Daniel Melhorn was born in York County in 1804. I believe his father was David Mehlhorn/Melhorn, b. Aug 19, 1761, who married Rosina/Rosanna Swartz. David's father is supposedly Simon Mehlhorn/Melhorn, who resided in York County, b. Sep 2, 1725, and married Anna Barbara Dubbs. Supposedly Simon was from Suabia, Germany (South).

I have also seen in Passenger/Immigration Indexes a Geo Simon Melhorne who arrived at Philadelphia in 1754. Have not been able research source records to see if George and Simon were related to Geo Simon Melhorne. Am trying to verify that David was in fact Daniel's father and that Simon was in fact David's father.

I have also seen the following surname spellings associated with my family tree during my research: Melhorn, Malehorn, Milhorn, Melhonr, Mehlhorn, Malhorn, Mealhorn, and Mailhorn. This is first time I have seen Milhoan.

We have definite information back our line to Daniel Melhorn. He married Sarah Conrad in Adams County and had a son named Peter Melhorn who was born Dec 5 1830. Both Daniel and Peter moved to Cambria County, PA between 1830 and 1840. Peter married Ellen Douglass in Cambria County.

Assuming I can verify the lineage, Simon Mehlhorn would have been my GGGGG Grandfather.

Any information you have would be greatly appreciated. I will be glad to furnish you with any future findings on the Melhorn clan.

What is your lineage relationship to Simon Melhorn? Would be interesting to see where the Milhorn surname began. I know my ancestors came from Germany and the German spelling for Melhorn is Mehlhorn. I have also seen where various children of the same father began spelling Melhorn in a variety of ways.

Also what was your source for discovering the name of the ship that Simon and George came to America on?

Hope to hear from you soon

Barbara

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Joan Milhoan (View posts)
Posted: 10 Sep 1999 7:42PM GMT
I have a George in our tree. Who's father is Henry. Father John. Father Henry. Father Peter "MULHOLN". Henry's wife decided to change the Mulholn spelling to Milhoan. If this helps I have lots of other details.
PS. I need Peter's wifes name. He was a Seargent in the Revolutionary War.
Thanks,
Joan

Milhoan Genealogy

Joan Milhoan (View posts)
Posted: 10 Sep 1999 8:02PM GMT
George I have some remarkable things in our family tree that are soooooo alike. Peter Mulholn is as far as I've gotten and I show him as being a Seargent in the Revolutionary War. I have him in the service in 1777 but I can't find his wife.

I also have Elizlbeth Starkey who married John Milhoan in West VA. I have the move in 1849 in my records too.

I show that Peter had a son named Henry and he married Mary Green. She is the one who changed to name Mulholn to the current spelling of Milhoan.

Hope this helps,

Joan

milhorn/millhorn

Don Millhorn (View posts)
Posted: 17 Sep 1999 10:12AM GMT
My ggrandfather, John Milhorn only used 1 "L" in his name but his children used 2 L's.
John was born in 1828 in Tennessee and married Ann Ellis 5/10/1851. I can't find who his parent were. Any information you may have would be helpful. Thanks
Don Millhorn
dmillhorn@aol.com

Simon, George, Melhorns all spellings

Posted: 7 Nov 1999 4:03PM GMT
Edited: 25 Jun 2001 6:42PM GMT
Hello Barbara,
Please contact me e-mail. I have quite a bit on the M,s. May have something you could use.
Regards, Dot
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