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Subject: Alfred Shrubsole Horn


Author:
Sue Horn
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Date Posted: 12:36:37 10/01/02 Tue

This man started his life as Alfred Shrubsall born 1808. He was the son of George Shrubsall and Elizabeth Horn of Queenborough, Kent. He had two older brothers, William and George. On his marriage certificate he is known as Alfred Shrubsole Horn and one of his witnesses was George Shrubsole Horn (brother/father I don't know as they both were George). Two generations on he had dropped his father's surname and the family were then known as HORN. So I could have been a Mrs Shrubsole/Shrubsall and not Horn!!

Sue Horn

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[> Subject: Re: Alfred Shrubsole Horn


Author:
Peggy Horn
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Date Posted: 13:22:14 12/19/06 Tue

Hello Sue,

I just received the marriage certificate of my husband's grandfather, Thomas Richard Shrubsole Horn. He married a Margaret Thomas on june 2, 1857 in the Parish Church, Limehouse. One of the witnesses to the marriage was Rachel Horn. His father is shown as George Horn, Mariner. I don't know if this is any connection to your family but sounds possible. Will let you know if I discover anything more.

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[> Subject: Re: Alfred Shrubsole Horn


Author:
bobby lawrence
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Date Posted: 13:42:30 12/30/06 Sat

>My forebear was a william lawrence who lost his first wife about 1814 and i believe he married a mary castle widow and had a child called shrubsole later on his son john had my ggggrandfather who was edward horn lawrence i wonder if there is any connection or pure ciincidence bobThis man started his life as Alfred Shrubsall born
>1808. He was the son of George Shrubsall and
>Elizabeth Horn of Queenborough, Kent. He had two
>older brothers, William and George. On his marriage
>certificate he is known as Alfred Shrubsole Horn and
>one of his witnesses was George Shrubsole Horn
>(brother/father I don't know as they both were
>George). Two generations on he had dropped his
>father's surname and the family were then known as
>HORN. So I could have been a Mrs Shrubsole/Shrubsall
>and not Horn!!
>
>Sue Horn

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