Many of Hornby's private papers are with the York Minster Archives. The Hornby collections and scrapbooks are extensive and unorganized, and rarely note sources. Papers of the York Cemetery Company and the York Savings Bank can be found in the North Yorkshire County Record Office in Northallerton, and in the York City Archives.
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