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Edward and Minnie Horne, Boston

Edward and Minnie Horne, Boston

Ken F. Horne (View posts)
Posted: 9 Sep 1999 5:32AM GMT
I am seeking any and all info on Edward and Minnie HORNE who lived in the Dorchester area of Boston about 1880 - 1940. They had two children, Leon and Lyndon. Lyndon married Evelyn Smith of Dorchester. Thanx...Ken

horne geneology

bev (View posts)
Posted: 19 Sep 1999 8:28PM GMT
Looking for any information on Clara A. Horne born 1867 died 1906 in New Hampshire. Parents were Issac R. Horne and Clarinda S.> Neal. Clara was married to John William Bean. Any information would be helpful.


Anthony R. Horne (View posts)
Posted: 2 Jan 2000 4:41PM GMT
I am the Grandson, my Father is John Olan H.
O.R.H. born 10/1888 / died 1966
Haverhill MA. / P.O. Inspector.
Wife Katherine Scanlon.

Any earlier info. appreciated.


Olan Radburn Horne/Anthony Horne (View posts)
Posted: 9 Apr 2000 1:12PM GMT
Saw your message. How are you related to Clara Horne? Would like more info.

clara horne

Olan Radburn Horne/Anthony Horne (View posts)
Posted: 9 Apr 2000 1:16PM GMT
How are you related to Clara Horne? Would appreciate more info. Bev

MA Horne's?

Kathleen Belyea (View posts)
Posted: 4 Jul 2000 12:48PM GMT
My mother-in-law (3/16/1922 - 1/5/1984) was Evelyn Muriel (Horne) Belyea. She was the daughter of Edward Horne (born in Maine) and Ruth MacGinnis (born in Mass.). She had at least one brother and sister; Edward Horne who lives in MA and Nettie (Horne) St. Germaine who lives in MA. She married Arthur Burton Belyea. They had thirteen children! She lived her whole life in the Boston area. Any clues please email me at Thanks!


Edward A.Radburn (View posts)
Posted: 22 Sep 2000 6:59AM GMT
I am the first of the Radburns to emigrate to the USA. Our Family is Irish/Scotish origin. We are not a very big family and I have only located I other Radburn (last name) in the entire USA (NYC) and she is no relation. Also there is a place called Radburn in LODI/NJ and a rough translation of our name from the Gaelic is "Saddle Brook" or from the Scottish "Man from the Red Brook" which is more than likely. My sister works for the British Government in the censes bureau and we can trace our name back to the "Doomsday" book.. Anyhow with a name as rare as ours we think any info is great. If you have any additional info on your family re the Radburn name it would be appreciated.


Sharon (View posts)
Posted: 2 May 2001 3:38PM GMT
My great grandparents were Ernest and Ethel Radburn. Ernest was born 31 Jan 1876 and died 1 Nov 1953. His Father was called George ( 16 Sept 1838-20 Apr 1912 ).
Ernest was one of 11 children. He had 2 of his own, Elsie and Arthur. Does this connect with you in any way? Any info would be greatly received.P.s; Ernest lived in Bath, England.

radburn history

Tony Radburn (View posts)
Posted: 29 May 2001 5:01AM GMT
I was searching the web and came across your message. I belong to a family of radburns based in Banbury, Oxfordshire, England. I can confirm that our name originates from a celtic meaning. I was given to understand it meant 'red river bank'. My Father, Harry Aubrey, was an only son of Harry Aubrey Senior. As far as my father knows, his ancestry is scottish. His great grandfather was a scottish romany. His grandfather, also Harry, moved to Liverpool in the late 1800's and worked on the railway. Later on in life he moved to Willoughby, near Rugby in Warkwickshire. My Father has cousins, David and Donald who were born in Rugby but, they have lost touch. Hope this is of some benefit.

Re: Radburn

colin radburn (View posts)
Posted: 24 Feb 2003 9:50PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: radburn
im trying to trace any family members from the u.s
my grandfather is originally from oxfordshire in england.
his name was gilbert radburn he moved to scotland and marryed he has several brothers and sisters in england but some have died. any information would be helpfull
heres my email
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