Since 1970 I have been researching the HORNEY family.The surname of my branch of the family was changed, an accident I think, during the Civil War by my g-grandfather, Henry Clay Harney (Horney)1844-1907.The family came to the USA from England before 1700. They moved from Maryland to North Carolina then scattered to Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and parts west.Follow the links below to see my files at World Connect and the tombstone pictures I have placed at Virtual Cemetery.Drop me an email if you have any information to add or if you find an error in my records.
- Henry Clay Harney (Horney) & Matilda Caroline Foss (287 KB)
Wedding picture, October 31, 1880 Chicago, IL.Henry Clay Harney (Horney) was a son of William Horney (1817-1860) and Louisa Ann Haggard (1820-1901)
- William Foss Harney & Alice Imogene Hammond (7 KB)
Picture of grandma and grandpa Harney about 1960 in home of William Foss Harney Jr. Hammond,IN
- William Foss Harney Jr. & Betty Ann Harney (47 KB)
Picture taken in 1980.
- James William & Sandra Lee Harney Family 1999 (426 KB)
Back row; Don, Sherry, Sandra, Mike, Autumn, James, Malinda, James Jr.Front row; Jennifer, Brittany, Miranda
- Horney Stone (215 KB)
This stone marks the Horney & Daw family plot at Moss Ridge Cemetery in Carthage, IL. The family of John Edmund Horney and his wife Amy Francis Daw are buried here.
- Horneytown Fire Dept. (50 KB)
James W. Harney at the firestation, June 2000. 102 Horneytown Rd., High Point, NC 27265
- Horney Family Cemetery, Est, 1839 (87 KB)
The entrance to this cemetery is on Montgomery County, IN road 1200 N between 600 E & 700 E.
- Peter A. Foss (552 KB)
Peter A. Foss with Henry Frellson and William Harney
- Marriage Certificate, William Jackson & Elizabeth (2125 KB)
Marriage Certificate, William Jackson & Elizabeth Gathercoal, Aug. 7, 1842 Outwell, Norfolk Cambridge, England