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Hoar and Horr Surnames - North America

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Hoar and Horr Surnames - North America

A collaborated effort to connect Hoar and Horr lineages in North America.

Website: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=hoar_and_horr
Members: 8
Latest Activity: Jun 12

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My email address: MrsEdson@gmail.com

My mailing address:
Roz Edson
41 Woodland Rd
Windham, Maine 04062

My Website: Rootsweb
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Parents of Philip Hor

Started by Richard I. Chesley Nov 30, 2009.

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Started by Roz Edson Aug 14, 2009.

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Comment by Maureen MacDonald on June 12, 2014 at 11:01pm

Hi,  I descend from Lucy Hoar(e), and then I found out my Husband's line includes Hoar(e) ancestors.  Small world  I have more info if you would like to share.

Comment by Barb Glassel on January 31, 2010 at 1:51am
Greetings,
My grandmother Margaret Mahoney Reinhardt told us she was related to Jake Kilrain, but did not explain how. We are looking into his genealogy but realized that maybe her "real" cousin was actually Jake's wife, Elizabeth Hoar. We are hoping one of their lines will connect with our Mahoney, Mahony, Herlihy, Hurley, Scott, Regan, or Carroll lines, which were mostly from Inchigeelagh, in west County Cork...

I have some facts about Jake and Elizabeth that I can share. I will try to post them to the Rootsweb WorldConnect page, as soon as I figure out how to create and send a GedCom.
Comment by Alaine Keisling on August 15, 2009 at 7:50am
Hi Roz,

William & Anna Sample Hoar/Orr of northeastern PA were my gg aunt and uncle. I see that you've already found some of the obits and all that I've posted. Here's a link to them in my rootsweb file in case you'd like the census records or other information http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=alaine&id=I211. One of their grandsons, Kenny McDowell, was a lovely man who helped me start researching. He corresponded with me when I was still in high school, and sent me my first census record photocopies. I was thrilled to see my 4-year-old ggf in the 1880.

An Orr descendant/cousin told me that it was Anna who brought about the name change -- when spoken, Hoar was too easily mistaken for whore for her liking....
 

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