Charles D and Rebecca Day Horner


Charles D Horner was born Aug 1859 in Tennessee and married Rebecca Day Minnes who was born 17 July 1859 in Cincinnati. She was the daughter of Edward Minnes and Julia Adney Walden. Charles became a teacher at the Southgate School in Newport, the only African American school in Campbell County. Rebecca died 4 Dec 1941 in Chicago Illinois and was buried 6 Dec in the Mt Glenwood Cemetery in Worth of Cook County. (information comes from death certificate)

Children of Charles D Horner & Rebecca Day Minnes

1. Charles Edward Horner* b-1 Aug 1882* in Cummonsville Oh; became a physician; d-11 Oct 1948 in Cincinnati; m (1) Emma Walker, daughter of Alfred Walker and Mary Smith; m (2) Kathryn
2. Ethel B Horner b-Aug 1882 in Cummonsville
3. Hazel Eloise Horner b-Oct 1885 in Cummonsville; m (1) Love; m (2) William Henry Lawrence on 25 Sep 1915 in Newport; m (3) Herman Jerman; d-19 Mar 1947 in Covington; br-Evergreen
4. Mattie M Horner b-May 1890 in Cummonsville; d-Chicago Illinois; m-Lavell Dorsey
5. Albion Tourgee Horner* b-21 July 1892* in Cummonsville; d-18 Dec 1961 in Cincinnati; br-21 Dec in Spring Grove; m (1) Irene E Grey 26 Nov 1917 in Franklin Co Oh; m (2) Ruth Evans
6. Thomas Campbell Horner* b-18 Aug 1899* in Newport; m-Mamie Glenn 22 Oct 1919 in Cincinnati, daughter of John Glenn and Lucy Hayes
7. John Carroll Horner b-12 Mar 1902 in Newport; d-22 Oct 1924 in Newport; br-Evergreen (information comes from death certificate)
*information comes from the WWI draft card records

Newspaper articles about Charles Edward Horner


Children of Mattie Horner and Lavell Dorsey

1. Anna Rebecca Dorsey b-16 May 1916 in Newport
2. Martha Dorsey b-1918 in Cincinnati
3. Jean Dorsey b-1921 in Newport
4. Alma Dorsey b-1922 in Chicago
5. Arnita Dorsey b-1925 in Chicago
6. Joan Dorsey b-1928 in Chicago

Children of Hazel Eloise Horner and -- Love

1. Edith H Love b-1907 in Cincinnati
2. Warren L Love b-1908 in Newport


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