Horn (surname)

Horn is a surname, and may refer to:

* Alan F. Horn
* Alfred Horn (1918–2001), American mathematician
** Horn clause is a term in formal logic named after him
* Alfred Aloysius "Trader" Horn, an African trader during the Scramble for Africa
* Anton Ludwig Ernst Horn (1774-1848), German physician
* Arvid Horn
* Blair Horn, Canadian rower
* Bob Horn
* Bruce Horn
* Charles Edward Horn (1786-1849), English composer
* Cody Horn
* Corran Horn
* Dave van Horn
* Dimitris Horn (1921-1998), famous Greek actor
* Don Horn
* Frederik Winkel Horn (1845–1898), Danish writer and translator
* Frederik Winkel-Horn (1756–1837), Danish writer
* Gabriel Horn
* Greg Horn
* Guildo Horn
* Gustav Horn, Count of Björneborg
* Gyula Horn, Prime Minister of Hungary from 1994–1998
* Hans Horn
* Jeremy Horn
* Jim Horn
* Joan Kelly Horn
* Joe Horn
* John S. Horn
* Joseph M. Horn
* Julian Horn-Smith
* Karl Friedrich Horn (1762-1830), English composer
* Keith Van Horn
* Lawrence Horn
* Michael 'J' Horn a musician and musical director
* Michelle Horn
* Michiel Horn
* Mike Horn
* Milton Horn
* Noel Van Horn
* Paul Horn (b. 1930), flautist
* Dr. Paul Horn, computer scientist
* Rebecca Horn (b. 1944), German installation artist
* Roy Horn (b. 1944), German-American entertainer
* Sam Horn
* Siegfried Horn, archaeologist and Bible scholar
* Shifra Horn
* Shirley Horn
* Taylor Horn
* Ted Horn
* Timothy Horn
* Tom Horn
* Tor Egil Moxness Horn
* Trevor Horn (b. 1949), British musician
* Wade F. Horn
* Welby Van Horn
* William Van Horn

Also
* Philip de Montmorency, Count of Ho(o)rn (1518-1568), a leader of the nobility in the Low Countries in the conflict escalating into the Eighty Years War

* The Horn (family) family in Finland and Sweden
** Count Arvid Horn (1664–1742), Swedish statesman
** Evert Horn (1585-1615), soldier
** Count Gustaf Horn (1592–1657), commander of the Swedish forces in the Thirty Years' War

ee also

* Horn
* Horne


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