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Louis Kimber HornAge: 88 years18881976

Louis Kimber Horn

Lewis Kimber Horn

Lewis Kimber Horn
Birth February 25, 1888 28 21
Birth of a brotherJohn Douglas Horn
May 2, 1890 (Age 2 years)
Birth of a brotherJohn Douglas Horn
May 2, 1890 (Age 2 years)
Birth of a sisterInis Irene Horn
December 30, 1899 (Age 11 years)
Residence 1906 (Age 17 years)
Arrival 1906 (Age 17 years)
Birth of a son
Douglas Horn
December 12, 1912 (Age 24 years)

about 1912 (Age 23 years)
Residence about 1912 (Age 23 years)
Birth of a daughter
Ellen Irene Horn
July 26, 1915 (Age 27 years)
Residence 1918 (Age 29 years)
Birth of a daughter
Ruth Rosetta Horn
September 23, 1919 (Age 31 years)
Birth of a daughter
Viola May Horn
May 10, 1922 (Age 34 years)

Birth of a son
John Kimber Horn
July 23, 1926 (Age 38 years)
Residence about 1932 (Age 43 years)
Death of a fatherStephen Arnold Douglas Horn
November 6, 1938 (Age 50 years)
Death of a sisterGrace Ellen Horn
March 2, 1958 (Age 70 years)
Burial of a sisterGrace Ellen Horn
March 6, 1958 (Age 70 years)
Death of a motherRosetta Terrel
March 19, 1963 (Age 75 years)
Kidney failure
October 21, 1976 (Age 88 years)
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Marriage: October 14, 1885Kansas, USA
10 months
elder sister
18 months
2 years
younger brother
10 years
younger sister
Inis Irene Horn
Birth: December 30, 1899 39 33Oklahoma, USA
Death: pneumonia and heart attackJanuary 11, 1978Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, Canada
Family with Ruth Ethel Williams - View this family
-9 years
3 years
4 years

Shared note

Luois was sheriff in Dooley, Montana about 1914-1918.

Moved to Barrhead, Alberta.

"The children went to school at Enid, with Louis attending agricultural College there. Stephen never got on too well with the rest of the Terrels, who were also homesteading nearby. This eventually led to some shooting, and in 1905 or 1906 Stephen loaded the wagons and headed north again. They traveled north across Kansas and the Dakotas, as far as Fargo, North Dakota, where they loaded outfits onto an "immigrant train" bound for Winnipeg and west. They off-loaded near Regina, SK. And took up homesteading near Craik. With the help of sons Louis and John, now eighteen and sixteen, the family "proved-up" on three-quarter sections. In 1909, Grace married Jesse Anderson, a young traveling homesteader from Illinois. Louis married Ruth Williams in 1912. The family's fortunes improved until 1912, when Stephen, Louis, John, and Jesse seeded over 400 acres of wheat with horses. Later that year young John was in a poker game that got out of hand and the farms were sold to pay his debt.

"In 1912 the families were on the move again. Stephen bought land from C.P.R. at Tudor, next to the Schafers. Louis and Ruth went to Montana, where Louis, a stern young man like his father, was sheriff of the frontier town of Plentywood from 1912 to 1917. Grace and Jesse went to the mining town of Butte, Montana. John went loggng in Washington. In 1916 Grace and Jesse went to Tudor and started a general store. Louis and Ruth and John arrived in Tudor in 1918. The Horn, Schafer and Anderson families all lived and farmed around Tudor through the 1920's. Most of the Horn, Schafer, Anderson and Kaughman children were born there." -- Horn, Shafer Family Book, 2004