M, #1671, b. 31 July 1878, d. 18 February 1936
|Father||John Hebner b. 1823, d. 8 Jul 1898|
|Mother||Margaret McCann b. 7 Aug 1839, d. 11 May 1920|
Frank Hebner was born on Wednesday, 31 July 1878 at Ontario, Canada. He appeared on the census of 1881 in the household of John Hebner at Franklin and Sinclair Twp., Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada. He was listed as: Hebner, Frank, male, age 3, born Ontario, C. Methodist, of German origin. He appeared on the census of 24 April 1891 in the household of John Hebner at Chaffey, Franklin and Sinclair Twp., Muskoka and Parry Sound District, Ontario, Canada. He was recorded as: Hebner, Frank, male, age 11, son, born Ontario, father born Ontario, mother born England, Methodist, able to read and write. He received a land grant on Monday, 5 October 1891 consisting of: NE Quarter of Section Twenty Two, Township Twenty Five, Range Twenty Three west of the Principal Meridian, Province of Manitoba. An image of the Land Grant can be found here. He appeared as household head on the census of 1901 at Grandview, Marquette, Manitoba, Canada. He was listed as: Hebner, Frank, male, white, head, single, born July 1, 1878 in Ontario, age 22, of Danish origin, Canadian, Methodist, farmer, working on own means, able to read, write and speak English. Simon Hebner and Margaret Hebner also appeared in the household. He and Minnie May Burroughs were married. Frank died on Tuesday, 18 February 1936 at Grandview, Manitoba, Canada, at age 57 years, 6 months and 16 days. His team of horses became stuck in a deep snow drift and instead of leaving them, he tried to get them out. His coat was found over one of the horses and his body was found close by. It was thought he died of a heart attack.
|Minnie May Burroughs b. 22 Jul 1883, d. 29 Mar 1967|