The table below shows the people that make up the group.
|No||Last Name||First Names||Maiden Name||Relationship||Occupation||Born||Died||School Year|
The table below shows any historical notes about the party group.
|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|1241||1855||Birth of James Horn||
James horn was born in Scotland in 1855.
|1242||1880||Mr Horn came to Quartzville.||
Mr Horn came to Quartzville and went into partnership with John G Anderson. Togethr they purchased William Bennetts general store.
|1243||c1883||Horn & Anderson purchased Halliday's store.||
Horn & Anderson purchased Halliday's store (dwelling #468) and Halliday's Hotel (dwelling #222). Mr Horn closed down the hotel and transferred the licence to the Bannockburn Hotel (location #115). The store was run as a branch of Horn & Anderson - General Store.
|1244||1883||Horn & Anderson purchase the Bannockburn Co-Op Store building.||
on May 15 1883, Horn & Anderson purchased the Bannockburn Co-Operative Store building (dwelling #87) and re-opened it as a butchery, a bakery and a general store.
|1245||c1883||Around this time James Horn had dwelling #82 built for him.||
About this time James Horn may have moved from Quartzville to Bannockburn and had dwelling #82 built for him as his residence.
|1246||1886||James and his brother buy out Mr Anderson's share in the store.||
on March 20 1886, James Horn and his brother Alexander brought out Mr Anderson's share in the general store.
|1247||c1898||James Horn purchased a Moa egg.||
James Horn purchased a Moa egg for £2 (two pound) from Mr Arch McDonald, who may have found it on the Cromwell lower flat in May 1898.
|1248||c1900||Dwelling #82 burnt to the ground.||
It appears that about this time, dwelling #82 burnt to the ground, leaving only the two chimneys standing. James Horn may have moved to dwelling #105 where he lived with his brother Alexander and family.
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|Image Id||Source||Date||Short Description|
|121||Cromwell Argus via Paul Crump||25 Aug 1886||Paddocks - Cromwell Flats - Horn & Anderson||View Image|