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Peter Horning

The Horning family had a plantation in Pennsylvania across the road from Valley Forge. The Revolution caused a split in the family as Peter and his two grown sons, as well as a brother fought with Butler’s Rangers while two of Peter’s brothers fought on the American side, with the fifth brother remaining neutral. Peter …

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James Hunter

James Hunter, a native of Scotland, served under Lord Cornwallis in North Carolina, having joined the Royal Standard in 1781. He was an accomplished painter and recorded places and events of the Revolutionary War in Canada. He settled in King Township and Barton Township in Wentworth County with his wife and seven children. In 1808 …

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