David Joseph Hebner
M, #1482, b. circa 1866
|Father||Charles Peter Hebner b. 7 Feb 1841, d. 12 Jan 1906|
|Mother||Matilda Jones b. c 1840, d. 1 Mar 1897|
David Joseph Hebner was born circa 1866. He appeared on the census of 1881 in the household of Charles Peter Hebner at Barrie, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada. He was recorded as: Hebner, David, male, age 15, born Ontario, R. Episcopal, of German origin, Labouer. He began military service in 1885 as a Private with the York and Simcoe Rangers, Company 1, stationed at Fort Qu'Appelle; advanced to Humboldt, during the Northwest Rebellions. He was charged with aiding and abetting when Charles Hebner was charged with murdering Philip Morrin on January 10, 1889 in Orillia, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada. He was aquitted of the charge on 11 April 1889 at the Assize Court, Barrie, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada. The incident was widely reported, these are a few of the newspaper articles. The place is mentioned as Flesherton, when in fact it was Fesserton, Ontario. He and Sarah Brannan, daughter of John Brannan and Annie (?) Brannan, were married by Reverend R. P. Mackay on Monday, 10 June 1889 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada. He was listed as being single, living in Toronto, born Ontario, labourer, Presbyterian. She was single, born England, living in Toronto, Anglican. William Moseley and Mrs. (?) Moseley witnessed the marriage. He appeared on the census of 6 May 1891 in the household of Charles Peter Hebner at Barrie, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada. He was listed as: Hebner, David, male, age 25, son, married, born Ontario, both parents born Ontario, Congregationalist, Labourer, able to read and write.
|Sarah Brannan b. c 1871|