William Chester Hebner
M, #1605, b. 7 August 1845, d. 16 May 1920
|Father||Josiah Hebner b. 17 Jul 1811, d. 9 May 1879|
|Mother||Harriet Armitage b. 5 Nov 1822, d. 20 Mar 1916|
William Chester Hebner was born on Thursday, 7 August 1845 at Canada. He appeared on the census of 1861 in the household of Josiah Hebner at town of Whitby, Ontario Co., Ontario, Canada West. He was listed as: Wm. Hebner, born Canada, no religion, age 15, male. He appeared on the census of 22 September 1870 in the household of Josiah Hebner at Grant, Saint Clair Co., Michigan, USA. He is listed as: Hebner, William, age, 25, male, white, works farm, born Canada, father of foreign birth, US male citizen over 21. He and Elizabeth Johnston, daughter of Jesse Johnston and Lydia Webb, were married by Reverend William Henderson on Wednesday, 2 April 1873 at Talbotville, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada. He was aged 27, living in St. Clair County, Michigan, born Victoria County, bachelor, farmer, Methodist. She was aged 26, living in Talbotville, spinster, Methodist. F. E. Johnston and S. J. Milloy witnessed the marriage. He witnessed the marriage of William Augustus Sumner and Matilda Hebner. He performed the marriage of Arthur Russell Hayton and Ida May Hebner. He and Emma A. Stevens were married by Elder T. B. Westbrook on Monday, 22 May 1911 at Buffalo, New York, USA. William died on Sunday, 16 May 1920 at the Sanitarium Hospital, Battle Creek, Calhoun Co., Michigan, USA, at age 74 years, 9 months and 9 days, of myocarditis. States he was a minister. Emma A. Stevens was listed as the informant. He was buried on Wednesday, 19 May 1920 at Shelby, Oceana Co., Michigan, USA.
|Emma A. Stevens|