(Research):http://www.angelfire.com/falcon/dkl/pafg07.htm#37

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(Research):http://www.angelfire.com/falcon/dkl/pafg07.htm#37

Johann Anton Hornung was a "citizen and plougher" (farmer) in Germany. Anthony, as he was known in America, immigrated to the U.S. with his family in 1830 to Chambersburg, Franklin Co., Pennsylvania. It's certain that they must have come with his wife's brother, Conrad Neuroth, and his family. On September 14, 1839, Anton Horning and others organized the German Lutheran Congregation Church in Chambersburg, PA. On December 5, 1839, he purchased a 2 story log and weather board house from William Gilmore. The deed says the property lies on north by E. Market St., extended on the south by E. Queen St. and on the west by an alley and on the east by a lot of Rosanna Shinabrook, 56' in front, a 2 story log and weather board house.

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Johann Anton Horning
Anthony Hornung
March 21, 1792
228 Spachbrücken, Hessen, Germany
9 March 22, 1857
163 65 Chambersburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
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