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* William Amos Horton of Greene County, Alabama*

Updated December 13, 2000


Researching descendents of Daniel Horton and Martha Timms who lived in Tidewater Virginia in the early Eighteenth Century.

Daniel's Hortons are a mobile and prolific bunch leaving tracks from Virginia to Texas to Indiana while involved in the Revolution, the war for Texas' independence, and the War Between the States. They have taught me a lot history and have put a lot of history in a different perspective.

The prime mystery is Daniel's orgin. He probably came to Virginia from England but there are no records of his arrival that are not clouded with uncertanties. We can use all the help you can muster on that subject and will appreciate any facts or leads.







Also, looking into the lines of several recent wives lines - Chamblee, Kirkpatrick, Richardson/Taylor, Jones and Cunningham.


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William Amos Horton
Apt. 106-D
600 Village Road
Port Lavaca, TX 77979
A-United States
361-553-7809
sipsey@bigfoot.com

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