A plate glass cutter and the child of James Horn (an engine fitter) and Ellen Oliver (a silk weaver), James Horne, the second cousin twice-removed on the father's side of Nigel Horne, was born in Bethnal Green, London, England on 2 Dec 18821,2,3,4, was baptised there at St Matthias on 24 Dec 1882 and was married to Elizabeth (with whom he had 1 child, James George).
During his life, he was living at 155 Gosset Street, Bethnal Green on 5 Apr 18911; at 32 Belgrave Street, Stepney, London, England on 31 Mar 19017; at 70 Warner Place, Bethnal Green on 2 Apr 1911, less than a mile from his sister Ellen Horne who was living at 50 Corfield Street, Bethnal Green, London, England6; and at 50 Idmiston Road, West Ham, London on 29 Sep 19392 and in 1972.
He died on 19 Apr 1972 in Newham, London4,5.
Residence record for 1972 contains no citation
Ellen Hitchcock (née Horne) residence is same location probably should be recorded as the same address (' Gosset Street, Bethnal Green, London, England'/' 155 Gosset Street, Bethnal Green, London, England') in 1891
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