HAYNER HANER HAINER FAMILY CONNECTIONS
A HANER/HAYNER FAMILY IN AMERICA VOLUME II
Descendants of Johannes Hoener in the New World
3354. FRANCIS WASHINGTON HANER, b 24 May 1899 Cherry Valley, NY, d 14 Jan 1969
Ormond Beach, FL; m 16 Aug 1941 Kathryn Josette Jones, b 30 Nov 1910 Geneva, NY, d 25
Jan 1990, d/o John Vincent Jones & Mary Agnes DeVaney. Served in WWI. He was Dist. Mgr,
NY State Elec & Gas; res Geneva, Rochester, and Lancaster, NY. After the death of Francis she
remarried to Frank Lyall (d), res FL.
4232.Bessie Lucile, b 25 Mar 1908; d 7 Jan (or 7 Jun) 1969 unm. She was an outstanding
field hockey coach at Oakwood High School (Dayton, OH). The Bess Hayner Award is still
presented annually to outstanding players.
3416. BESSIE LADORA HAYNER, b 5 Sep 1877; m 23 Dec 1905 Dudley Deville Hizar.
4233.Mildred Irene, b 14 Mar 1909 Boone, IA
3417. JOHN MONTAGUE HAYNER, 2nd, (Monte) b 24 Dec 1880; m 10 Sep 1907 Mabel
Chohoneur; in oil industry at Shreveport, LA.
4235.John Montague, 3rd, b 2 Aug 1908
3418. JOSEPH EDWARD HAYNER, Jr., b 11 Jan 1886, d 15 Aug 1927; m 28 Sep 1907
Grace Slater Garwood, b 25 Nov 188x.
4238.Hazel Elizabeth, b 4 Jul 1908; m Bradley Jones; res Palm Springs, CA (1987).
3419. IRENE LIDA HAYNER, b 16 May 1887; m Charles D. Heald. Issue: (HEALD)
4242.Charles, m Susan Brownell.
4243.Carol; m Edward Machle.
3421. LAURA OGLESBY HAYNER, b ca 1880, m Orem Jordan, res Mason, OH. Issue:
4244.Harry Monroe; draftsman, artist in San Jose, CA; m Alverda Shumiard, 1 daughter.
3422. RUBY HAYNER, m Victor Van Riper. They kept a rural store for 50 years near South
Lebanon, OH. Issue: (VAN RIPER)
4246.Doris, m Almore Todd
4247.Mabel, m Orndorf
4248.John H., m Evelyn Probosco
4249.Charles, m Ruth Hill
3423. HARRIET HAYNER, b ca 1904 OH; m William Mullen. Issue: (MULLEN) (These
children may be confused with her sister’s children).
3424. JULIA HAYNER, b ca 1907 OH; m(1) Theodore McGovon, Mason, OH. Issue:
3424. JULIA HAYNER, b ca 1907 OH; m(2) Joseph Mercier. Issue: (MERCIER)
3426. WILLARD HAYNER, m Melva Cook; lived in Ohio.
3427. DOROTHY HAYNER, b 1904, m Louis Garner, d 24 Mar 2004 Ohio, age 100. Issue:
3428. ELIZABETH HAYNER, m(1) Albert Gilhams (Gillium, Gilhans); he may have been a
doctor in Cincinnati. Issue: (GILHAMS)
3428. ELIZABETH HAYNER, m(2) Charles Mead, a doctor; no ch.
3436. ALMERON HAYNER, b 10 Dec 1894 at Troy, NY, d 3 Feb 1960 in Florida. He m Anna
3466. LESTER A. HAYNER, (d); m Caroline A. Ranken, d 9 Aug 1999 age 88, res Eagle
3467. HELEN HAYNER, b 20 Aug 1906 Grafton, NY; m John Leonard. Issue: (LEONARD)
3478. RAYMOND FRANCIS HAYNER, b 5 Jul 1909; m 2 May 1943 Helen C. Ward, b 26
Aug 1912 (her obit has Helyn C. Hayner).
3495. LEWIS TILLMAN HAYNER, b 2 Jul 1898 Janesville, WI, d 30 Aug 1963 Deerfield, IL;
m 1929 Ellen Fry of Chicago, Il. He was an engineer with the Federal Communications
Commission specializing in rate regulation and operation of telephone companies. Later had his
own consulting offices in Washington and Chicago for many years. After her husband’s death,
Ellen Fry Haner was an office worker at the hospital in Deerfield.
3497. STUART WRAY HAYNER, b 21 May 1901, d 11 Jul 1965 Green Bay, WI; an early
game warden, he was an able and dedicated member of the Conservation Department of his state.
It was said of him: “Stuart Wray Hayner left an indelible mark on this region. He appeared on the
scene when he was most needed, and through his pioneering efforts changed the entire thinking of
the area from lawlessness and destruction to preservation. He was first of those Giants of
Conservation.” He m(1) 1931 Helen Maxine Morgan, b 13 May 1911, d/o Louis W.J. & Edith
(Case) Morgan; (div); she later m Mr. Bush of Eagle River, res Milwaukee, but they separated
and Helen became a waitress and hostess at a supper club in Eagle River. Issue in Madison, WI:
3497. STUART WRAY HAYNER, b 21 May 1901; m(2) 26 Jul 1941 Margaret Lloyd-Jones,
b 14 Feb 1913; res Green Bay, WI.
3513. NORMAN ALEXANDER HAYNER, b 8 Sep 1894, d 6 Feb 1974; m 8 Sep 1919 Anne
Walton, d 6 Mar 1966.
3514. EMMA ELIZABETH HAYNER, b 20 Jan 1896, d 14 Mar 1979; m 1918 Ernest
Whritenour, d Dec 1979; (div). Issue: (WHRITENOUR)
3517. NORMAN SYLVESTER HAYNER, b 15 May 1896 Peking, China, d 2 May 1977.
Professor of Sociology Univ. of Washington, on leave to serve as member, later chairman,
Washington State Board of Prison Terms and Paroles; author. He m 12 Sep 1920 Una Belle
Middleton, b 23 Sep 1894, d 9 Jul 1988, a high school teacher.
3518. MIRIAM MARJORIE HAYNER, b 5 Aug 1897, d 21 Mar 1979 Los Angeles, CA; m 7
Jul 1924 Frank O. Evans, b 14 May 1883. He was Superintendent of Schools (construction) and
she was a high-school Latin and English teacher. Issue in Prosser, WA: (EVANS)
3525. LAWRENCE ALFRED HAYNER, b 2 Dec 1904 Chicago, IL, d 8 Feb 1983 in Florida.
He m Eleanore Larsen, b 5 Dec 1904 Maywood, IL, d 23 May 1994 Ottawa, IL at age 91 per
obit in Oct 1994 HFNews.
3532. EDNA ELIZABETH HAYNER, b 21 Oct 1886 Brunswick, NY, d Florida 16 Dec 1959;
m 23 Nov 1910 Henry R. Brust, b 1 Mar 1887 Brunswick, NY, d Florida 19 Jan 1959, s/o Jacob
D. Brust & Alovina Maria Coonradt. He was in the hotel business. Issue Brunswick, NY
3534. ALLEN ALONZO HAYNER, b 1 Jun 1897 Brunswick, NY, d 4 Nov 1972; m 4 Sep
1924 Jennie M. Akin, b 8 Jan 1899, d 16 Oct 1988, d/o Charles L. Akin & Elva Collins of
Brunswick, NY. Allen A. Hayner and Jennie M. Akin had several ancestors in common. His great
grandfather David Frederick Hayner (#706) was a brother of her great grandmother Mary Ann
Hayner (#707), children of Frederick Hayner (#206). Also, David F. and Mary Ann Hayner
married a Bornt brother and sister, Jacob J. and Magdalena Bornt, children of John Bornt &
Magdalena Sheffer. See also data entered at #707, Mary Ann (Hayner) Bornt. Allen and Jennie
lived on the homestead farm of Allen’s father and grandfather in a large colonial home built in
the early 1800s. A farmer in early life, later Highway Superintendant, he and Jennie owned many
fine antiques which have come down in the family, as well as early Bibles, wills written in
German and early family papers. They had issue in Brunswick, NY..
4323.son (lived one day).
+ 4325.daughter (twin)
+ 4326.daughter (twin)
3537. JACOB NELSON HAYNER, b 10 Sep 1893 Brunswick, NY, d 25 Sep 1974 while
visiting his dau in CT. He was a ret building superintendant at Cohoes, NY, past master of
Masonic lodge there, ret to Clearwater, FL. He m(1) Jun 1917 Harriet Mary Collins, b 13 Oct
1888, d 25 Jul 1958 Troy, NY, d/o Christopher Snyder Collins & Bertha Brust (#2323). Issue in
Brunswick, NY. He m(2) Elinor Seitz, d Dec 1972.
3539. CLIFFORD HAYNER, b 10 Apr 1899, b Center Brunswick, NY, d 26 Mar 1977
Southington, CT; m 30 Jun 1926 Marion J. File, b 29 Apr 1901, d 26 Oct 1968, d/o John M. File
(#2788) and Mary Elizabeth Collins. He was a cabinet maker, designer of a block and gavel
which he brought to a family reunion in 1957. A silver plate bears the legend:
The Hayner Family Association
Made From Old Family Walnut Tree
The wood for this block and gavel came from a giant tree which grew on the Jacob Henry farm
on Bald Mountain, the property of Clifford’s grandfather, later owned by Allen and Jennie
Hayner. The stump of this tree still stands, a tree which sheltered five generations of Hayners.
3540. IRVING E. HAYNER, b 14 Jul 1883 Brunswick, NY, d there 5 Oct 1964; m 12 Apr 1906
Alma Roberts (#2821), b 18 Nov 1882 Brunswick, NY, d there 30 Jan 1958, d/o James Abner
Roberts & Alice Hayner (#1778). He was a farmer.
4334.Alice Myra, b 28 Feb 1907, d 14 Jan 1990; m 24 Sep 1927 John A. Bristol, b 27 Nov
1902; no ch.
3541. MYRA HAYNER, b 29 Jul 1885 Brunswick, NY, d there 1962; m 29 Jul 1903 Norman
Loomis, b 4 Dec 1880. Issue: (LOOMIS)
4337.Winifred, b 6 Nov 1905, d 29 May 1986; m Edward Harper.
3547. ANNA HESTER HANER, b 25 Sep 1886 (twin) Louisville, IL; m 17 Jun 1907 Roy A.
Chesnut, b 28 Apr 1886, d Taylorville IL where they lived. Issue: (CHESNUT)
4338.Philip Haner, b 8 Feb 1909; m Vivienne Elliott, b 8 Jan 1907 in Lyons, France;
Elliott family to America 1753, settled Philadelphia, then VA, AL, and NC. Issue: (1 son, 1
3553. MILLARD ALONZO HAYNER, b 15 Dec 1898, d 20 Feb 1983; m Addie Anthony,b
1902, d 26 Jul 1963 Waterford, NY, where they had issue:
3554. LEROY SILAS HAYNER, b 12 Feb 1901, d 29 Dec 1958 Waterford, NY; m Carrie
Maxwell, b 3 Jul 1900, d 1 Feb 1990; res Clifton Park, NY.
3556. EVERETT SMITH HAYNER, b 8 Oct 1907, d 23 Jul 1992; m 15 Nov 1931 Charlotte
Brenn (“Polly”), b 21 Apr 1909, d 4 Jul 1998, d/o William Brenn and Lulu Palmateer; res Clifton
Park, (Halfmoon), NY.
3574. FLORENCE GILL HAYNER, b 9 Sep 1905 (adopted); m 25 Dec 1931 Charles W.
Russell. Issue: (RUSSELL)
3617. LUCY JULIA HAYNER, b 15 Jan 1898, d 23 Sep 1971, professor of physics, Columbia
University; m 24 Nov 1927 Bernhard Kurrelmeyer, s/o William Kurrelmeyer, b 27 Mar 1903, d
1 May 1985, professor of physics, Columbia University. Issue: (KURRELMEYER)
3618. GLADYS JANNETTE HAYNER, b 25 Jan 1900 Brunswick, NY, d 26 Feb 1969;
musician and church worker; m 5 Jun 1928 Rev. Herrick Smith, b 5 Nov 1899, d 4 Jul 1965, s/o
Frederick Smith & Esther Carner. [Note: Rev. Herrick Smith (b 1899) was related to Herrick
Smith (b 1839) who was son of Moses Smith (see #143-6).] Issue: (SMITH)
3627. GEORGE JOHN HAYNER, b 24 Mar 1895, d Springfield, MA; m Ida Foster; she
remarried to William Gray of Boston, MA.
3628. BESSIE HAYNER, b 18 Dec 1898; m 10 Jul 1917 William Hemp in Thompsonville, CT.
3635. WALTER N. HAYNER, b 20 Nov 1900, d 17 Sep 1969 Mechanicville, NY; m Eileen
Holland, d 29 Mar 1970 Mechanicville, NY, d/o Patrick Holland & Anna Hammond. He had 9
grandchildren by 1970.
3638. EARL J. HAYNER, b 6 Jun 1905 Schaghticoke, NY, d there 18 May 1962. He m(1)
Rachel Doughty, b 1899, d 1952.
4412.son, d at birth
3638. EARL J. HAYNER, b 6 Jun 1905; m(2) Isabel Vega.
3639. CHESTER HAYNER, b 19 Apr 1907 Schaghticoke, NY, d 1947; m Margaret Eagan.
3642. JOHN WILLIAM HAYNER, 2nd, b 29 Aug 1895; d 1 Apr 1966; m(1) at Pottsville, PA
Anna Petrosky, b 31 Oct 1903; d 3 Oct 1956; div. He res at Yonkers, NY then at Dudley, MA;
she remarried to Mr. Werez, but was buried under name of Hayner.
3642. JOHN WILLIAM HAYNER, 2nd, b 29 Aug 1895; m(2) Veda Long; she remarried to a
Williams and the four sons were given the name Williams after the family separated. Issue:
3646. CLARENCE EDWARD HAYNER, b 11 May 1903 Schaghticoke, NY, d 5 May 1964; m
11 Feb 1928 Louise Belisle, b 7 April 19xx.
3651. HELEN LUCILLE HAYNER, b 29 Apr 1909 Cadillac, MI; m 27 May 1927 Charles
Stiles, photographer. Issue, Alma MI: (STILES)
3670. BERTRAM (VERNON?) HAYNER, b 20 Feb 1896 Schaghticoke, NY; m Mary Agnes
Sullivan, issue in Schaghticoke:
3671. BASIL HAYNER, b 25 Aug 1898, d 16 Nov 1968; m Sadie Gertrude Cook, b 24 Nov
1903, d 19 Mar 1965, d/o John Cook & Anna Huey; res Johnson City, NY. They had 11 children.
3673. DOROTHY HAYNER, b 11 Apr 1907, d 15 Mar 1978; m 26 Oct 1929 (Arthur) Roland
Worrall, b 20 Jan 1906, d 25 May 1995. He was Vice President of W. R. Grace & Co.
Affilliates, settled in Sparks, MD after retirement; he remarried to Katherine Smith. Issue:
4451.son, d. y.
3683. MARY HAYNER, b 21 Jul 1909; d; m Hamilton Meisinger (div); res Omaha, NE. Issue:
3758b. HALO MARIE HAYNER, b 3 Dec 1908 in Union MI, d 21 Mar 2005 in Three Oaks,
MI. She m 27 Oct 1928 Franklin Butterfield Myers, b ca 1903 in IL, d before 2005, a fireman
in Chicago 1930. Issue: (MYERS)
3759. ANNA LOU HAYNER, b 12 Jan 1904 Cleveland, OH, d 18 Oct 1995 Warren, MI. She
m 11 Aug 1924 in Ypsilanti MI Clinton Henry Rich, b 8 Oct 1900 Lenawee Co MI, d 6 Sep
1975 Mexico City, Mexico. Issue: (RICH)
3764. NELSON HAYNOR, b 23 Jan 1909, d 20 Jul 1966 age 57; m Sep 1928 Corinne Vaka,b
22 Jul 1910.
3770. JOSEPHINE MATILDA HAYNOR, b 14 Mar 1895, d 7 Jan 1983; m(1) Frank Cherry.
3770. JOSEPHINE MATILDA HAYNOR, b 14 Mar 1895; m(2) John J. Johnson. Issue:
3771. CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH HAYNOR, b 23 Jun 1897, d 21 Sep 1973. She m(1)
Harold Hall. Issue: (HALL)
3771. CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH HAYNOR, b 23 Jun 1897; m(2) Eugene Kelley.
3775. VERONICA ESTELLE HAYNOR, b 26 Jul 1906 Brooklyn, NY; m 22 Jun 1931 Edwin
Francis Goldfuss, b 1 Jul 1904, Brooklyn, NY, d 5 Oct 1979 Saddle River, NJ. Issue:
3787. DARWIN GRANTLY HANER, b 17 Sep 1903, d May 1943. He m 12 Jul 1926 Erma
Esther Carr, b 2 Oct 1902, d 18 Jul 1970. He owned a garage and filling station, mechanic in
Crestline, KS; a farmer in Cherokee County KS when young and in later life.
3788. BLANCH LOUISE HANER, b 5 Nov 1904, d 16 Oct 1991; gave the middle name to
herself. She m(1) ca 1920 Walter Price, who d in about a year.
3788. BLANCH LOUISE HANER, b 5 Nov 1904, m(2) ca 1924 Ben Wiseman of Sherman,
TX (div); Issue (WISEMAN)
3788.BLANCH LOUISE HANER, b 5 Nov 1904, m(3) 1927 or 1928, Harry Warden (d 1929
or 1930); m(4) Jesse Clark (Red) Perry; (div) m(5) Joseph Evans (div).
3790.MARGUERITE HANER, b 12 Jul 1909, d 7 Jun 1993 m(1) 7 Apr 1928 William
Addison Leon Kuns II, b 14 Feb 1907, d 13 Jul 1968 (div). Issue: (KUNS)
3790. MARGUERITE HANER, b 12 Jul 1909, m(2) Herschel Wesley French. Issue
3790. MARGUERITE HANER, b 12 Jul 1909, m(3) Jan 1966 Raymond Harper.
3795. ODA LOUISE HANER, b 8 Apr 1909 Cherokee Co., KS, d Jun 1995; m 3 Feb 1930
Charles Neely Fletcher, b 6 Dec 1900, d 19 Apr 1975. He founded a wholesale oil
distributorship in Mobile, AL; the business is continued by his son and grandson. Issue:
3802. BEATRICE THELMA HANER, b 11 Nov 1908 Townwood, OH, d 29 May 1999; m(1) 1
Nov 1930 Carl Twining, b 24 May 1891 (div). Issue: (TWINING)
3802. BEATRICE THELMA HANER, b 11 Nov 1908; m(2) 31 Dec 1947 or 1941 Edward J.
Robenalt, b 4 Aug 1910; d 1989; res Tiffin, OH.
3849. GEORGE EARL HANER, b 5 Jan 1892, d 17 Feb 1970; m 4 Oct 1911 Emma Maude
Proctor, b 24 Jul 1892, d 13 May 1979 Clearwater, FL. Issue in Columbia Co., NY.
3850. WILLIAM JOHN HANER, b 6 Feb 1897, d 17 Oct 1974; enlisted 3 Jul 1918 in Navy at
Pittsfield, MA; later was a postal worker. He m 8 Nov 1920 Mary Duffy, b 16 Jul 1899.
3851. BLANCHE HANER, b 26 Nov 1898; m(1) William Glover, b 2 Jan 1894, d 26 Sep 1965.
3851. BLANCHE HANER, b 26 Nov 1898; m(2) Albert Francis; res Chatham, NY.
9th GENERATION IN AMERICA
3892. LEON HANER, b 7 Mar 1901, m(1) 29 May 1929 Eva Bishop, d 24 Dec 1942.
3892. LEON HANER, b 7 Mar 1901, m(2) 27 May 1950 Mary Sears.
3893. HIRAM R. HANER, b 1 Oct 1903; m Mary Stetler
3894. DOROTHA M. HANER, b 26 May 1908, m 13 Nov 1926 James Leslie Blackman.
3905. MILDRED ISABELLE HAYNER, b 17 Jul 1907, m 23 Jul 1927 Thomas Schultz. Issue:
4231. CLARK ROSS HAYNER, b 5 Oct 1901, d 25 Dec 1986 Oxford, OH. He was a research
chemical engineer; m(1) 27 Aug 1927 Therese Marie Chrisman.
4231. CLARK ROSS HAYNER, b 5 Oct 1901; m(2) 10 Feb 1956 Iva Hood of Oxford, OH.
Part III SUPPLEMENT
The majority of the family lines listed in this supplement have not been connected with the main
line of the immigrant Johannes Häner who emigrated to New York State in 1710. Some of these
lines, especially those in upstate New York, may in the future be connected. Other lines are
definitely not from Johannes, but their records are included in this book at the request of family
members who may in the future find a connection in Germany or elsewhere.
A. Martinus P. Haner (Worcester, NY)
B. Ezra Haner (Grafton, NY)
C. Henry Haynor (Hessian to Saratoga, NY)
D. John Peter Hayner (Troy and Grafton, NY)
E. Ezra Haner/Hayner (Rensselaer Co. NY to East Jordan, MI)
F. Jonathan Nelson Haner (to Tioga Co., PA)
G. Lewis Haner (Huntington, WV)
H. Harmon Haner (VA to KY, d 1794)
J. James Hayner (KY)
K. Michael Hayner (Germany to West Sand Lake, NY 1840)
L. John Haner (b Germany 1840)
M. Frederick Heiner (to PA 1738)
N. John Henry Haner/Hayner (b Prussia 1840; to MN)
P. Charles Enos Hayner (Grafton, NY)
Q. Frantz Theobald Henner (Alsace to Québec ca 1800)
R. Russel Haner (Shanly, Manitoulin Island, Canada)
S. John C. Hainer (Ontario to MI)
T. and TT. Henry Hainer (Canada)
T. Albert Hainer New York to Canada
TT.Richard Hainer of Grantham, Ontario
U. Miscellaneous fragmentary lines
UA. Alfred Haner (Oneonta, NY)
UB. Albert Haner (Clifton Springs, NY)
UC. Jacob Anthony Haner (Schoharie Co NY to LA)
X. John Hiner (PA; VA; d after 1797)
Z. Miscellaneous Canadian Lines
A. MARTINUS P. HANER
Testing conducted by Family Tree DNA in 2007 compared the DNA profile of Hayner Family
Association President Clifford Nichols Hayner II to that of a male Haner in the line of Martinus
P. Haner. The results of the testing indicated that Martinus P. Haner’s line is directly related to
that of Johannes Haner, the immigrant. Now the researchers in this family must determine where
the actual link resides.
The children of Martinus P. Haner were among those who spelled the name Hayner. We cannot
place the ancestor of this Martinus, but tradition in this family claims relationship to the Center
Brunswick, NY Hayners. The towns of Worcester and Schenevus are a few miles apart in Otsego
[A] MARTINUS P. HANER, b 15 Jul 1782 South Worcester, NY, d there 5 Feb 1873. He was a
veteran of the War of 1812, according to his marker in the cemetery at Schenevus, NY. He m
Catherine — , who d 5 Jun 1854.
A1.William, b 29 Feb 1816.
A2.John, b 12 Jun 1818, d 1 Jul 1888; m Susannah, b 1 Apr 1815, d 1909; both bu
Schenevus, NY; probable s/o Martin P. Haner/Hayner.
A3.Martin, b 23 Dec 1820, d 16 Aug 1887; bu Worcester, NY; m Sabrina, b 28 Jan 1818,
d 23 Dec 1889. Probable son of Martin P. Haner/Hayner; bu Worcester cem.
A4.Ezra, b 1827
A5.Benjamin, b 22 Jan 1830
A6.Philip, b 14 Apr 1834
A1. WILLIAM HAYNER, b 29 Feb 1816, d 30 Aug 1910; farmer South Worcester, NY. He m
Lucenia Ketchum, b 26 Jul 1815 South Worcester, where she d 5 Sep 1887 (g-s has b 1817).
Issue South Worcester, NY.
A7.Andrew, b 8 Jul 1845, d 26 Jan 1893 Amsterdam, NY, killed by a dynamite blast. He
m Lovina; both bu Worcester.
A8.Phoebe, b 7 Sep 1846, d 28 Jan 1902; m Ralph Beech.
A9.Lucy J., b 28 Apr 1849; m William Genung.
A10.Elizabeth Ann, b 18 Feb 1850, d 10 Apr 1851.
A11.Mary Eliza, b 20 Aug 1852, d 19 Oct 1891; m Harvey Davis.
A12.William S., b 28 Aug 1853, d 25 Dec 1853.
A13.Henry, b 8 Apr 1855 (twin)
A14.Timothy, b 8 Apr 1855 (twin), d 19 Oct 1914
A15.Truman, b 21 Aug 1857, d 20 Feb 1940; m(1) 3 Feb 1887 Mima Wyman, b 18 Apr
1858, d 19 Jan 1919; m(2) 9 Sep 1919 Emma Pickett, b 1 Jun 1864, d 12 Apr 1954 in South
A16.Philip, b 5 Jan 1858
A17.Sarah S., b 11 Apr 1861; m John G. Follett, b 1855, d 1924; both bu Charlotteville,
A4. EZRA HAYNER, b 5 Feb 1827, d 5 Mar 1899; m Clarissa Ann Mickel, b 22 Oct 1831, d
28 Mar 1904 (g-s). The order of the children is uncertain.
A18.Ida May, m 8 Feb 1882 Charles H. Crippen
A19.Esther M., m Peter Persons
A20.Ardell, m William Goodenough
A21.Annice, m Daniel Ives
A22.Charles E., b 2 Jun 1869
A5. BENJAMIN HAYNER, b 22 Jan 1830 South Worcester, NY, d there 28 Feb 1900; m 11
Mar 1859 Elizabeth Chase; issue in South Worcester.
A23.Allen, b 10 May 1864
A24.Leila, b 26 Oct 1885, d 9 May 1897.
A6. PHILIP HAYNER, b 14 Apr 1834 d 17 May 1921; m(1) Julia A. White, d 23 Aug 1883;
both were b and d in South Worcester, NY.
A25.Delevan, b 14 Apr 1865
A26.Frank A., b 22 Jun 1867
A27.William, d Apr 1912 Schenevus, NY; m Martha Beardsley.
A13. HENRY HAYNER, b 8 Apr 1855 (twin) South Worcester, NY; d 7 Oct 1947 Stamford,
NY. He m(1) Adele Crippen.
A28.Marion, b 13 Nov 1881
A29.Floyd Madison, b 8 Jun 1884, d 18 Dec 1974; m 31 Dec 1912 Harriet Canady. He
had a furniture business in Stamford, NY; Hattie owner and operator of a dress shop there.
A13. HENRY HAYNER, b 8 Apr 1855; m(2) Mary Tubbs; issue Jefferson, NY.
A30.Earl, b 13 Dec 1897
A31.Ralph Beech, b 28 Mar 1901
A16. PHILIP HAYNER, b 5 Jan 1858 South Worcester, NY, d 4 Apr 1905 Schenevus, NY.
Issue in Schenevus.
A32.Claude, m Grace Stader; no ch.
A33.Paul David, b 17 Jul 1894
A18. IDA MAY HAYNER, m 8 Feb 1882 Charles H. Crippen. Issue: (CRIPPEN)
A34.Grace; m Claude Hartwell, d 14 Feb 1963; no issue.
A22. CHARLES E. HAYNER, b 2 Jun 1869, d 27 Sep 1937; m Hattie Morrell, b 11 Jul 1888,
d 13 May 1938. Both bu Worcester, NY. A35.Claria, b 1909, d 1913; bu near Charles &
A25. DELEVAN HAYNER, b 14 Apr 1865 Schenevus, NY, b the day President Lincoln was
shot. Issue in South Worcester, NY.
A36.Glenn Hazen, b 10 Nov 1903
A26. FRANK A. HAYNER, b 22 Jun 1867 South Worcester, NY, d 15 Dec 1957; m Helen
Vuilifungen, b 1866, d Dec 1912 in Gloversville, NY.
A37.Melvin Frank, b 16 Jan 1899
A28. MARION HAYNER, b 13 Nov 1881, d 8 Sep 1964; m 23 Sep 1904 Willard Riddell,
(William?); res Delhi, NY. Issue: (RIDDELL)
A38.Laura A., b 4 May 1904; m Ralph Hoag.
A39.Milo H., b 16 Oct 1905, d 8 Dec 1905.
A40.Dorothy V., b 10 Mar 1907; m(1) R. H. Burns; m(2) Earl Ackerly.
A41.Neil W., b 8 Aug 1909; m Mary White.
A30. EARL HAYNER, b 13 Dec 1897 Stamford, NY, d there 20 May 1951; m Susan Porn,b
14 Sep 1895.
A31. RALPH BEECH HAYNER, b 28 Mar 1901 Jefferson, NY; d 4 Dec 1950; m Ethel Miller,
b 19 Sep 1896.
A33. PAUL DAVID HAYNER, b 17 Jul 1894, Schenevus, NY. d Apr 1967; m. Mary Elizabeth
Conners, b 28 Jun 1893, Albany NY, d Jun 1978.
A36. GLENN HAZEN HAYNER, b 10 Nov 1903 Stamford, NY; m Elsie Pond; issue
A37. MELVIN FRANK HAYNER, b 16 Jan 1899 Stamford, NY; m Ella Ryan, b 27 Nov 1905;
issue Stamford, NY.
B. EZRA HANER
Grafton, NY, Ellery, NY
Ezra Haner was born in Grafton, Rensselaer Co., NY in 1802 and died in Ellery, Chautauqua Co.,
NY in 1888. We do not know the name of his father. A Charles Haner in Ellery, NY, perhaps his
son, is said to have thought that Ezra was son of a John Haner who had a brother Charles. He
removed to Chautauqua County, NY about 1840. A Mr. B.O. Simpson of Westfield, NY, said to
have been a Haner descendant, collected much of the data for Ezra’s 13 children, given below.
We do not now have adequate documentation for these children but have no reason to doubt the
main outline of the material. Ezra Haner was stated to be unrelated to John Joseph Hayner
(#1702), b 1848, road commissioner in Ellery, NY.
[B] EZRA HANER, b 5 Jun 1802 or 1803 Grafton, Rensselaer Co., NY, d 1891 Ellery,
Chautauqua Co., NY (will in courthouse, vol. 9 page 216). He m Nancy Brownell, d/o Reuben
Brownell & Alice Sherman of Pittstown, NY. Nancy was sister of Prudence who m Stephen
Carpenter and sister of Mary who m Jacob Reasoner (or Jacob Reasoner Brownell). Mrs. Ezra
Haner (Nancy Brownell) was a moving spirit at one time in the Brownell Genealogical &
Historical Society of Dewittville, NY.
B1.John Brownell, b 26 Nov 1829 Pittstown, NY, d 1896 Jamestown, NY; bu Perry,
Chautauqua Co., NY. He m Lavina C. Shepard (Lovisa), b 1830, d 1898.
B2.David, b ca 1831, d.y.
B3.George Reuben, b 6 Aug 1838?
B4.Sarah, b 12 Mar 1834, d 10 May 1885, bu Ellery, NY; m James Young, b 1834, s/o
John Young of Eastham, MA.
B5.Alice, b 2 Apr 1836 Pittstown, NY; m Festus C. Young (called “Crepe”), b 1833, s/o
John Young of Eastham, MA.
B6.Mary B., b ca 1838; m Albert Weaver; res Jamestown, NY.
B7.Charles F., b 1840
B8.Hannah, b 14 Mar 1843 Ellery, Chautauqua Co., NY, d 1910; bu Ellery. She m 30 Oct
1861 George F. Soule.
B9.Caroline F., b 11 May 1846, unm. She was a teacher, and was one of the executors of
her father’s will.
B10.Lucinda, b ca 1848; m(1) Riley Clark; m(2) William Riley or William Clark.
B11.Elizabeth, b ca 1850
B12.Amanda L., b 1852
B13.Nelson, d.y., bu Lewis cem., Ellery, NY.
B3. GEORGE REUBEN HANER, b 6 Aug 1838? Ellery Center, Chautauqua Co. NY, d 1911.
He settled in Virginia during Civil War, then in Iowa. He m(1) Helen Cobb, res Waterloo, IA;
m(2) 9 Nov 1870 Mrs. Helen Maria [Davis] Coe, b Chautauqua Co. NY; b 21 Sep 1837; her 1st
husband was Matthew Lyman Coe. George moved to Waverly IA before 1870 .
B14.Georgia Belle, b 21 Sep 1871
B15.Bertha Genevra, b 23 Mar 1873; m Frank John Coe of Denver.
B16.Daisey Gertrude, b 27 Sep 1874
B7. CHARLES F. HANER, b 1840, d 1873; m Lavina Carpenter (Lovina, Lovisa), b 1838, d
1909. Both bu Lewis cem, Bemus Point, NY. Another record has him as Charles E., b 11 Jun
1832 Grafton, NY, d 6 Sep 1880. He was designated as “Esq.”.
B17.Estella G., b 1857
B18.Spencer, b 25 Sep 1862
B11. ELIZABETH HANER, b ca 1850; m Moses Aldrich of Ellery, NY. Issue: (ALDRICH)
B12. AMANDA L. HANER, b 1852, d before 1891; m 3 Feb 1886 William E. Manley (Esq.)
of Ellery, NY. Issue: (MANLEY)
B24.Ira, bu Lewis cem, Ellery, NY.
B14. GEORGIA BELLE HANER, b 21 Sep 1871, m 29 Jun 1892 William Henry Woodring ,
res Waverly, IA. Issue: (WOODRING)
B25.(infant), b and d 9 Apr 1893
B26.Anson Haner, b 4 Sep 1894
B27.Genevra Coe , b 20 Mar 1899
B17. ESTELLA G. HANER, b 1857, d 1944; m Benjamin Sillaway. Issue: (SILLAWAY)
B28.Lionell, b 10 Feb 1880; m Mrs. Nellie Bromley; res Corry, PA.
B18. SPENCER HANER, b 25 Sep 1862, d 19 Oct 1939; m 11 Mar 1870 Sarah Jane Strawser
of West Virginia, d/o David Strawser & Christina Swartzentruber.. They res West Spring Creek,
B29.Charles Victor, b 30 Jul 1899
B30.George D., b 1902, d 20 Mar 1909.
B29. CHARLES VICTOR HANER, b 30 Jul 1899, d 14 Feb 1966; m 8 Feb 1922 Edna M.
Dingfelder, b 2 Feb 1905, d 24 Jan 1992, bu West Spring Creek, PA, d/o John Dingfelder &
Amalie Nielson, the latter b in Denmark. Issue in Corry, PA:
C. HENRY HAYNOR
Hessian to Saratoga, NY to MI
Henry Haynor, born 1793, was one of several sons of Abram Hayner (spelling uncertain) who is
believed to have been brought to America as a prisoner of war from Hesse. Tradition of Alice
Haynor Bull (#C35) is that her ancestor was a German mercenary. England refused to transport
these Hessian prisoners back; many of them migrated to Western Pennsylvania, being mistakenly
called “Pennsylvania Dutch” because their language was a mixture of German and Dutch.
[C] HENRY HAYNOR, b 1793 probably in PA, d 7 Aug 1890 in MI, at age 96. He moved to
Saratoga Co., NY where he m(1) 14 Jan 1824 Roxy Clements, b 1809 Saratoga, NY, d 3 or 13
Feb 1845 in MI, d/o Albert Clements. By tradition, Albert’s mother or father was of the Dutch
royal line; the father went from PA to Dutchess County, NY about 1788. In 1837 Henry and
Roxy Haynor moved to Michigan, traveling by the Erie Canal to Buffalo, then by boat across
Lake Erie to Detroit, where they purchased a Conestoga wagon and drove across the state to Ionia
County, 30 miles west of Grand Rapids. There they bought and cleared a 40-acre farm south of
Dildine in Easton Township. Henry served as Highway Commissioner of his County and was
reportedly a stockily built man; Roxy had blue eyes, dimples, and hair the color of honey. This
couple had 5 children, listed below. Roxy Clements Haynor died at age 36 from blood poisoning
contracted while nursing a sick neighbor; Henry remarried and had a daughter.
C1.Tobias C., b 1827
C2.Isaac Benjamin, b 6 Feb 1831
C3.Katharine J., b 1835
C4.Charles H.; when 21 he went to California, then to Colorado to prospect in silver
mines; married, raised a family in the West.
C5.Teresa, b 1843, d 1874; married a Clements cousin, was left with two children at an
early age; is said to have died of a broken heart at age 31.
[C] HENRY HAYNOR, b 1793, m(2) Mrs Matilda Munger. They later moved to Saranac, MI
where Matilda died.
C6.Roxy Elinor (Nellie)
C1. TOBIAS C. HAYNOR, b 1827 Victorville, NY; res near Stanton Junction, MI. He enlisted
in the Civil War in an engineer corps (Co. B, 12th IL Inf) while working in Illinois plowing
prairie grass; served 4 years, returned to Easton Twp., Ionia Co., MI. He m Bethamia E. Lapp
(Bethany), b 1844, d 1895; both bu Hesperia, MI.
C7.Eber Lorenzo, b 1867
C9.Chester, b 1873
C2. ISAAC BENJAMIN HAYNOR, b 6 Feb 1831 or 1832 Victorville, Saratoga Co., NY, d 18
Jun 1913; m 3 Apr 1858 or 1859 Nancy Bolton (Boulton), b 1835, d 12 Feb 1892, d/o William J.
Bolton (English origin) & Nancy Kelly (Vermont origin).
C11.Albert Clements, b 29 Aug 1860
C12.Elmore L., b 30 Dec 1867
C13.Leroy J., b 31 Dec 1872
C14.Blanche Orvilla, b 21 May 1878
C3. KATHERINE J. HAYNOR, b 1835; m Charles Tillison, a veteran; settled near her brother
Tobias. Issue: (TILLISON)
C15.Eugene, a railroad man as were so many of the Haynors.
C6. ROXY ELINOR HAYNOR (Nellie); m John Blough, res Clinton Co., MI. Issue:
C7. EBER LORENZO HAYNOR, b 1867, d 1957; m 1896 Agnes Marian Hatch, b 1878, d
1967, d/o Robert W. Hatch & Martha Shaw; both bu Elbridge Twp, Oceana Co., MI.
C17.Frank, b 1896
C18.Alice, b 25 Dec 1898
C19.Iva, b 1901, d 1979; m Harry Pierson
C8. AMY HAYNOR, m Alfred Brown. Issue: (BROWN)
C24.Cora, b 1901, d 1974
C9. CHESTER HAYNOR, b 13 Jul 1873, d 18 Nov 1911; m Ella Williams.
C26.Vera, b 1 Jan 1900, d 15 Nov 1917 Oceana Co., MI (of T.B)
C27.Laura, b 1908
C10. MYRTLE HAYNOR, m Searight Collier. Issue: (COLLIER)
C30.Winona, m Bob Cook.
C11. ALBERT CLEMENTS HAYNOR, b 29 Aug 1860, d 1939; m 6 Apr 1887 Mary
Elizabeth Connor (Libbie), b 29 May 1868, d/o William Hiram Connor or Conner & Mary
Elizabeth Rulin (or Hulin).
C31.Lloyd Elton, b 10 Apr 1888, d 12 Sep 1945
C32.William Leroy, b 28 Oct 1889
C33.Albert LaVerne, b 25 Jun 1891
C34.Mildred Grace, b 15 Jan 1895
C35.Alice Gertrude, b 9 Nov 1898. She m(1), had son Richard who was a college
professor in the midwest; m(2) — Bull. Alice had grandchildren.
C36.Arthur Benjamin, b 11 Jan 1905 (d); lived in Ionia, MI.
C12. ELMORE L. HAYNOR, b 30 Dec 1867, d 17 Jan 1901; m May McGann (or Julia
McGann). He was a railroad man, becoming a dispatcher at Kansas City, MO where he d in a
hospital of typhoid fever.
C37.Ethel Nancy; taught in Hollywood, CA; res Beverly Hills.
C13. LEROY J HAYNOR, b 31 Dec 1872, d Dec 1966 (no middle name, just the initial); m 24
Oct 1901 Julia Catharine Hudson, b 18 Jun 1881 Shelbina, MO, d Jun 1975 St. Louis, MI, d/o
Frank & Sarah Hudson; a school teacher, later a postmistress. Leroy was a railroad station agent
and telegraph operator.
C38.Elmore, b 18 Feb 1903; a teacher, and in Navy during WWII. He m(1); m(2) 10 Aug
1936 Ruth Nelson.
C39.Frank Hudson, b 28 Mar 1905
C40.Keith, b 14 Jul 1909
C14. BLANCHE ORVILLA HAYNOR, b 21 May 1878; m Herbert H. Perrine, a Spanish-
American War veteran and a railroad man. Issue: (PERRINE)
C43.Frances; m Waldo Hildebrand. Res East Lansing, MI. Issue: (3 daughters, 1 son) .
C44.Thelma; res Kalamazoo, MI
C45.Wayne, d Jacksonville, FL in 1980s.
C47.Nancy; m — Curtiss; res Shepherd, MI
C17. FRANK HAYNOR, b 1896, d 1986; m Emily Adams, b 1899, d 1988.
C18. ALICE HAYNOR, b 1898, m William France, b 1897, d 1979. Issue: (FRANCE)
C27. LAURA HAYNOR, b 1908, d 1970; m — . Issue: ()
C39. FRANK HUDSON HAYNOR, b 28 Mar 1905, d 3 May 2006; m 20 Jan 1925 Essie M.
Patrick., d 24 Jul 2002
C40. KEITH HAYNOR, b 14 Jul 1909; m May 1928 Viola Harris.
D. JOHN PETER HAYNER
Troy and Grafton, NY
John Peter Hayner was born 1817, probably in Rensselaer County, NY (although in the 1850
census he is listed as born in Germany). He died near Troy, NY in 1851, but neither his place of
burial nor that of his wife has been found. He is called “Peter John Hayner” in the first edition of
this book, but the name is given in Civil War pension papers of two of his sons as “John P.
Hayner”. He probably descended from the Palatine immigrant Johannes Häner, born 1675 in
Germany, but a baptismal record has not been found. Records were not well preserved; he and his
wife died in their 30s.
[D] JOHN PETER HAYNER, b 1817, d 1851 near Troy, NY; m 14 Apr 1837 Almira Hydorn
(Elmira), b 30 May 1814 Brunswick, NY, d 7 Apr 1851 near Troy, NY, d/o John & Jannette
Hydorn (Haidorn). Four of their children were born in Grafton and one was born in Troy, NY;
after the parents died the children were separated and brought up by relatives and friends.
D1.David Henry, b 25 Jan 1835
D2.Robert Oscar Warner, b 8 Apr 1839
D3.Melissa, b 20 Jun 1840
D4.Frank, b 1842
D5.Addison G., b 5 Nov 1844
D1. DAVID HENRY HAYNER, b 25 Jan 1835 Grafton, NY, d 4 Apr 1916 Johnson City, NY;
m 6 Mar 1862 Ophelia Burch, d 4 Dec 1899, d/o Ralph Burch & Mary Robinson of Buskirk
Bridge, NY. In 1866 they settled in Tioga Co., NY near Steamtown, where David raised flax.
Three years later they purchased a farm at Campville, Tioga Co., NY.
D6.Infant, b 13 May 1867, d.y.
D7.Mary Lena, b 10 Sep 1869
D8.Ella, b 11 Jun 1871
D9.Elmer, b 13 May 1873, d 4 Oct 1889, drowned in Susquehanna River.
D10.Infant, b 27 Feb 1882, d 1884.
D2. ROBERT OSCAR WARNER HAYNER, b 8 Apr 1839 Grafton, NY, d 19 May 1906
Stillwater, NY; Farmer, Civil War Veteran 123rd NYV. He m 17 Mar 1858 Mary Van Arnum,b
1841, d 1908, d/o Abraham & Mary Van Arnum of Easton, NY.
D11.Herbert, b 4 Jan 1859
D12.Myra Bell, b 2 Mar 1864
D13.Harry, b 22 Sep 1868, d 11 Oct 1944 Ballston, NY; m Grace Middleworth; no issue.
D14.Florence, b 20 Jan 1871
D15.Ernest, b 29 Apr 1875
D16.Frank, b 15 Dec 1876
D17.Inez, b 25 Mar 1880
D18.Frederick, b 5 Apr 1882
D19.Earl Gardner, b 5 Aug 1886
D3. MELISSA HAYNER, b 29 Jun 1840 Grafton, NY, d 26 Mar 1912 Salem, NY; m there 30
Mar 1860 John Wright, b 2 Jul 1834, d 23 Mar 1920 Salem, NY; Civil War veteran. Issue at
Salem, NY: (WRIGHT)
D20.Frank, b 25 Sep 1861, d 15 Jul 1947; m 17 Jan 1889 Emma McKinney, b 8 Aug 1866
Salem NY, d there 29 Dec 1959.
D21.Jane, b 1864, d 1872
D22.Alvah, b 1866, d 1872
D23.Mary C., b 1868, d 1873
D24.Caroline, b 1871, d 1946; m 25 Jan 1906 William Stafford.
D25.Fannie, b 1874, d 3 Jan 1893
D26.Cornelia, b 16 Jul 1876, d 9 Jan 1893
D27.Grace, b 28 Jul 1882, d 7 Jan 1893
D4. FRANK HAYNER, b 1842 Grafton, NY; m Caroline Overocker.
D28.Edgar, d Jul 1926
D29.Charles, b 25 Apr 1862
D30.(daughter), m — Van Bleckman.
D5. ADDISON G. HAYNER, b 5 Nov 1844 Troy, NY, d 4 Feb 1892 Buskirk, NY; m 10 Sep
1868 Ruth Waters, b 20 Jun 1843, d/o Franklin Waters & Amelia Warner. He enlisted at age 16
in Civil War under assumed name Timothy Madigan, served in 93rd Reg. NYV; later had
difficulty in establishing his true identity. He was a farmer and constable in Salem or Buskirk,
D31.Ida, b 16 Jul 1870
D32.Lena V., b 14 Jan 1878, d 2 May 1932; unm; a nurse, Salem.
D7. MARY LENA HAYNER, b 10 Sep 1869 Campville, NY, d 31 Dec 1948 Newark Valley,
NY; m 14 Aug 1897 Oscar Warner Sawyer, b 18 May 1845 Owego, NY; d there 8 Apr 1915,
s/o Wm. Sawyer. (SAWYER)
D33.Ella Ophelia, b 29 Oct 1900 Hiawatha, NY; m 27 Jul 1918 Edwin Abram Fiske, b 23
Jun 1893 Owego, NY. Issue: (4 daughters, 1 son).
D34.William David, b 29 May 1908; m Lanna Thompson.
D8. ELLA HAYNER, b 11 Jun 1871 Campville, NY, d there 28 Oct 1898; she was a teacher; m
27 Jul 1894 A. Dean Knickerbacker, b 24 Jul 1871, d 22 Dec 1932. He remarried to Amelia
Messenger. Issue: (KNICKERBACKER)
D35.daughter, b 1895, d 1895
D36.Ruth K., b 19 May 1896, m 23 Oct 1923 Leo Patrick Dorsey, b 27 Jun 1898. She was
a welfare worker in Cleveland, he was an attorney. Issue: (3 sons, grandchildren).
D11. HERBERT ADDISON HAYNER, b 4 Jan 1859, d 31 Mar 1901 Stillwater, NY; m 19 Jun
1881 Belle Bratt (Bell Bradt), b 6 Mar 1863, d 2 Feb 1918 Stillwater, NY. Name is per marriage
D37.Mary Louise, b 25 Mar 1882
D38.Nettie Bell, b 18 Aug 1885
D39.Robert, b 20 Mar 1888
D40.Elmer L., b 5 Oct 1890
D12. MYRA BELL HAYNER, b 2 Mar 1864 Stillwater, NY, d there 5 Jun 1947; m 20 Apr 1887
Leslie Stufflebeam. Issue: (STUFFLEBEAM)
D41.Dora, b 19 Jul 1888, d 1963; m Charles Dyer, b 18 Jun 1887, d 22 May 1958; res
D14. FLORENCE HAYNER, b 20 Jan 1871 Stillwater, NY, d 18 Feb 1946 Mechanicville, NY;
m 22 Sep 1887 Seymour Toms, b 14 May 1868 Mechanicville, NY, d there 20 Dec 1928; s/o
John Toms & Mary Barker. Issue: (TOMS)
D42.Laura, b 12 Mar 1889; m 10 Jun 1911 Rutherford Manning.
D43.Reta, b 18 Aug 1893, d 30 Oct 1918; m 8 Aug 1910 John Holloran.
D44.Myra, b 6 Mar 1895, d 25 Feb 1951 Ft. Ann, NY.
D15. ERNEST HAYNER, b 29 Apr 1875, d Aug 1945 Schenectady, NY; m Lula Pike of
D16. FRANK HAYNER, b 15 Dec 1876 Easton, NY, d 13 Dec 1927; m 30 Jun 1905 Margaret
Green, b 8 Oct 1882 Stillwater, NY. Res Schenectady, NY.
D46.Robert Noel, b 27 May 1906; m 9 Jun 1930 Isabell M. Jump.
D17. INEZ HAYNER, b 25 Mar 1880, m 16 Apr 1902 Frank Losee. Issue in Stillwater, NY;
later res Des Moines, IA. Issue: (LOSEE)
D48.Verna, b 5 Dec 1902
D18. FREDERICK HAYNER, b 5 Apr 1882 Stillwater, NY, d there 16 Oct 1958; m 12 Aug
1912 Alida van Vranken, b 30 Jan 1891 Stillwater, NY, d/o M. Freligh van Vranken & Nellie
D19. EARL GARDNER HAYNER, b 5 Aug 1886 Stillwater, NY, d 30 Apr 1954; was 44 years
with Mechanicville Division, West Virginia Pulp & Paper Co., Justice of the Peace; active
Mason. He m 16 Sep 1916 Susan Stewart Degarmo, b 30 Dec 1884 Fort Miller, NY, d 13 Mar
1971, d/o David John Degarmo & Frances Shepard. She was a teacher and Town Historian of
D29. CHARLES HAYNER, b 25 Apr 1862 New York State, d Nov 1926 Newark, NJ; m Emma
Louisa Mulford, b 6 Dec 1862, d 17 May 1948 Newark, NJ. Issue in Arlington, NJ:
D53.Edgar, b 30 Dec 1887
D54.Charles Peter, b 20 May 1889
D55.Emma Louise, b 16 Sep 1890
D31. IDA AMELIA HAYNER, b 16 Jul 1870 Salem, NY, d 16 Dec 1904 Buskirk, NY; m 10
Oct 1889 Frank Pratt, issue in Buskirk, NY: (PRATT)
D58.Edward, b 23 Sep 1891, d 3 Jul 1918 West Hoosick, NY; m Huldah Baker.
D59.Elmer, b 2 Feb 1893; m Leora Eton.
D60.Frank, b 8 Oct 1896; m Mildred Bassett.
D61.Harry, b 29 Dec 1898; m Marguerite Kulp.
D37. MARY LOUISE HAYNER, b 25 Mar 1882 Stillwater, NY, bu 1953 Troy, NY; m 24 Oct
1902 Charles Levine Patrick, b 1879, d 1949. Note: William J. Connelly, s/o Peter Leo, is the
family historian for this family. Issue: (PATRICK)
D62.Chancy, b 27 Aug 1905 in NY; d ca 1976 in CA; m Charlotte Clark (Lotte) ; had
total of 8 children.
D63.Helen Bell, b 24 Jul 1907, d 11 Aug 1965; m(1) 11 Jan 1926 John Harold Connelly,
b 1905, d 25 Mar 1944, a box company owner and truck driver; issue: (7 sons, 2 daughters).
D38. NETTIE BELL HAYNER, b 18 Aug 1885, d Nov 1917 Watervliet, NY; m Matthias
Birdsinger, d 1943; issue: (BIRDSINGER)
D64.Herbert, b 20 Jul 1906, d 18 Sep 1991; a locktender and maintenance worker at
Waterford, NY. He m Anne Whinnery.
D65.Raymond, b 11 Jan 1908
D39. ROBERT HAYNER, b 20 Mar 1888, d 17 Jan 1962 Troy NY; m 14 Mar 1909 Clara
James, d 16 Dec 1968.
D40. ELMER LEROY HAYNER, b 5 Oct 1890 Stillwater, NY, d 7 Jun 1963 in Groveland,
Florida. He m(1) 3 Jul 1912 Viola van Buren.
D40. ELMER LEROY HAYNER, b 5 Oct 1890; m(2) Emma Harriet Luce.
D45. KENNETH HAYNER, m 28 Jun 1930 Ruth Livingston.
D53. EDGAR HAYNER, b 30 Dec 1887 New York, NY, d 2 Jul 1974 Kearny, NJ; m(1) Helen
D53. EDGAR HAYNER, b 30 Dec 1887; m(2) 13 Sep 1929 Elizabeth Castles, b 2 Jun 1904, d
10 Dec 1987; no ch.
D54. CHARLES PETER HAYNER, b 20 May 1889, d 12 or 13 Feb 1954 Newark, NJ; m(1)
Helen Butcher, d ca 1918; issue Arlington, NJ:
D54. CHARLES PETER HAYNER, b 20 May 1889; m(2) 1920 Ruth Ludlum Munzer,b1
Sep 1896, d 23 May 1966 in RI, (a cousin of his first wife).
D55. EMMA LOUISE HAYNER, b 16 Sep 1890 Newark, NJ; d 27 May 1937 Arlington, NJ; m
George Chamberlin; issue: (CHAMBERLIN)
E. EZRA HANER/HAYNER
New York to East Jordan, MI
[E] EZRA HAYNER may have been born in Germany, but informant may have meant of
German descent. In census records for his son, George Warren Hayner, George’s parents were
said to be born in New York. Ezra lived in Rensselaer County, NY, settled first in Kalamazoo,
MI, then Shelby, MI, then settled in East Jordan, Antrim County, MI, where he died. He married
and had at least one son:
+ E1.George Warren, b 6 Mar 1840
E1. GEORGE WARREN HAYNER, b 6 Mar 1840 Rensselaer Co., NY, d 12 Aug 1911 East
Jordan, MI. He m(1) 1860 Martha Cottrell, who d 1867 at birth of her child Elmer.
E2.Warren, b 9 Oct 1861, d 19 Jul 1901; no issue; bu East Jordan, MI.
+ E3.Elmer, b 22 Jan 1867
E1. GEORGE WARREN HAYNER, b 16 Mar 1840, m(2) 1870 Laura Cottrell.
E4.Laura (Lura), b 4 Feb 1875; m Hudkins; res California.
E5.Bertha, b 6 Feb 1877, d 5 Jun 1941; m Winstone; bu East Jordan, MI.
E3. ELMER HAYNER, b 22 Jan 1867 East Jordan, MI, d there 24 May 1916; m 14 Sep 1896
Ida May Clark, b 20 Dec 1880; res Petoskey, MI. She later married a Davis.
E6.Alice Audrey, b 5 Feb 1898
E7.Charles Hudson, b 9 Apr 1900
E8.Elmer Warren, b 15 Sep 1901, d 19 Jun 1992; m Lydia Kolka, no issue.
E6. ALICE AUDREY HAYNER, b 5 Feb 1898 Elmira, MI, d 2 Nov 1992; m 15 Dec 1918
Charles David Shepard, b 24 Aug 1889, d ca Dec 1965; res Boyne City, MI. Issue:
E7. CHARLES HUDSON HAYNER, b 9 Apr 1900 Kingston MI, d 23 Mar 1968. He owned
and operated the Hayner Motel in Petoskey, MI, with his son and a brother. He m Emma
Winifred La Valley, b 12 Apr 1904.
F. JONATHAN NELSON HANER
Tioga Co., PA
Dr. Jonathan Nelson Haner was the first medical doctor in Clymer Township, Tioga County, PA,
in north-central Pennsylvania just south of the NY-PA state line. The 1850 census of Westfield
Township lists him as J.M. Haner, physician, born New York. We do not know where in New
York he was born, nor do we know the connection with other Haner families. The 1860 and 1870
census records of Clymer Township erroneously list him as “J. M. Haner, farmer”, but an 1866
notarized document says that J. N. Haner, M.D. was a physician and surgeon of good repute. He
was born in New York State in 1801 and died in PA in 1871. He and his wife are buried in
Sabinsville, PA; his gravestone inscription has “Jonathan Nelson Haner” on the arched top, and
the initials are on the face of the stone, with dates.
[F]. JONATHAN NELSON HANER, b 1801 New York State, d 1871, the first doctor in
Clymer Township of Tioga Co., PA, d in PA. He m Mary Reynolds (Polly), b 1801 Greenville,
Greene Co., NY, d 1893, d/o Samuel Reynolds & Abigail Belding. Both are bu in Sabinsville,
PA. He was usually known as “Dr. J. Nelson Haner”. In the mid 1860s, some of J.N.’s household
went to Lenawee Co., MI; at least two of his sons remained there; Amzi and Mary returned to
PA. Dr. Nelson Haner is said to have been poisoned over the Gurnee Mine land deal.
F1.Warner, b ca 1823; unm.
F2.Mary Abigail, b 1832
F3.Amzi, b 24 Oct 1834 (Amasa)
F4.Sarah E., b 23 Dec 1836
F5.John M., b ca 1840
F6.Nancy A., b ca 1842; m Seymour Sawyer.
F7.James Polk, b 5 Nov 1845
F8.Samuel Reynolds, b ca 1849
[There is room here for other male children of Dr. J. N. Haner who may have gone on their own
prior to the 1850 census. Possibly Robert Haner, age 25 in 1850 census of Tioga Co., was
between Warner and Mary Abigail; this Robert (m Maranda) had Fanny E .b ca 1845, Elcy H. b
ca 1847, and Lucina, b ca 1849, possibly others born after 1850. Also in that household were
Elizabeth, age 57, and Elias, age 20 – possibly Robert’s mother or aunt, and a nephew.]
F1. WARNER HANER, b ca 1823 in NY, d Apr 1895. He never married; lived with his sister
Mary Sawyer Potter, Troupsburg, NY. He was admitted Jan 1895 from Richmond Township,
Tioga County, to the Wellsboro, PA, County Farm, where he was buried in Apr 1895.
F2. MARY ABIGAIL HANER, b 21 Dec 1832 Nunda, NY, d 1912 She m(1) Ward Sawyer,d
1863, in Troupsburg, NY; the family with 4 children went to MI in 1860s. He enlisted in the
18th Regiment of Michigan Volunteers, died in KY. She returned to Clymer Twp., Tioga Co.,
PA. Issue: (SAWYER)
F9.Clifford Henry, b 5 Jul 1855; m Mary — .
F10.Lewis Nelson, (“L.N.”), b 25 May 1858, d 2 Jun 1957 in rest home in Sandpoint, ID.
A railroad engineer. He m(1) 25 May 1886 Hannah Adell Wood, b 4 Mar 1864, d 22 Sep 1908.
Floyd Emory, b 28 Sep 1893, d 21 Aug 1925, m 23 Aug 1925 Vivian Merle Van Dyk
(div) (1 son); .
unnamed dau; .
Florence Lilian, b 7 Apr 1900, d 30 Apr 1994, m 4 Apr 1920
Stephen LeRoy Wilcox, Sr., b 8 Jul 1897, d 11 Jan 1958 (3 daughters, 3 sons); .
Unnamed dau; .
Jay Lyman, b ca 1904, d very young. Lewis Nelson Sawyer m(2) Hattie Lorena Davis, who d
F11.Adeline L., b 16 May 1860; m Uriah Costley. Issue: .
Lewis, b 6 Jul 1887; .
8 Aug 1893, m Joyce Decker (3 daughters, 5 sons); .
F12.James, b 16 Jul 1862, d 23 Aug 1865, bu West Rome cem, Lenawee Co., MI.
F2. MARY ABIGAIL HANER, b 21 Dec 1832; m(2) Potter, d 1895; she m(3) Almond
Brown; m(4) Lester Fisk, d 1908.
F3. AMZI HANER (Amasa A.), b 24 Oct 1834 NY, d 16 Jul 1881; said to be a blacksmith.
Family records mostly have Amzi; census records give Amasa or Amizi. A grandson of #F45
says the name is pronounced to rhyme with “ram’s eye”. He m Hestina Esther Mattison,b8
Feb 1841, d 4 Nov 1918 Gaines, PA, d/o Benjamin Matteson & Hannah Brown. Both are bu in
+ F13.Mary Marsylva (Martie or Marty), b 29 Apr 1866
+ F14.Charles Nelson, b 10 Aug 1867
+ F15.Lucy Elnora (Nora), b Dec 1871
+ F16.William Henry, b 15 Feb 1874
+ F17.Mertie, b 26 Aug 1877
+ F18.Julia Emma, b 28 Feb 1880
F4. SARAH E. HANER, b 23 Dec 1836 Long Run, PA; m Charles Henry McComb from
Seneca Castle, NY. Issue: (McCOMB)
F19.Celia, b 1865 NY; m Thomas Schoonover; issue: .
John, m 1910 Etta Hamilton (1
son, 1 daughter)
F20.Harriet, b 1868, m(1) Gilbert Frink, m(2) Charles Fero of Faulk Co., SD; she d 1 wk
before 91st birthday.
F21.Henry O., b 24 Nov 1871, d 22 Apr 1956 Elmira, NY. He went to Faulk Co., SD at
age 21; m 5 Oct 1898 Elizabeth Chapman in SD; she d Oct 1948. Issue: .
Harriet L, b 23 Feb
1900, m Earl Longstreet, no ch; .
Florence M., b 23 Aug 1901, m Gilbert Shaw (2 sons, 1
Lillie Annie, b 10 Jan 1905, d age 6; .
Charles Henry, b 10 Aug 1906, res
Wellsboro, PA, d there, m(1) Elouise Beckwith (div), m(2) Amber Maynard, m(3) Nellie Moyer
(5 daughters); .
F5. JOHN M. HANER, b ca 1840, d 1930?; went to MI; at least two known sons. He had 4 years
of Army service (Civil War); was killed when struck by a falling tree.
F7. JAMES POLK HANER, b 5 Nov 1845, d 6 Nov 1924 at Eagle, MI. He m(1) 16 Apr 1868
Elizabeth O’Dell, d Nov 1868. He m(2) Lucy Cone, d/o Warren Cone & Charlotte Phelps (div).
They had 9 ch:
F24.Royal Nelson (Roy), b 26 Jul 1870
F25.Earl M., b 18 May 1872
F26.Pearl, b 4 Jul 1874, d 1 Jun 1892
F27.Lena E., b 8 Aug 1876
F28.James Wellington, b 31 Jul 1878
F29.Charles Arthur, b 5 Jun 1880
F30.Guy G., b Mar 1884, d 1902 typhoid fever
F31.Mary, b Sep 1885, d May 1971; m Joe Finch; had 4 or 5 sons.
F32.George C., b 4 Jul 1888
F7. JAMES POLK HANER, b 5 Nov 1845; m(3) Eva Hewlett.
F8. SAMUEL REYNOLDS HANER, b Sep 1849 Tioga Co., PA; m ca 1873 Ella A. Pierce,b
Nov 1851; res Westfield, Tioga Co., PA (according to 1900 census).
F33.Jennie May, b Feb 1874; m Frank Mirichle; res Westfield, NY; Buffalo, NY; she
attended 1953 Hayner reunion.
F34.Minnie Evelyn, b 1875
F35.Floyd Carmel, b 5 Feb 1880, d 22 Apr 1955 Riverside, CA; had left home before
F36.Ray C., b Dec 1882
F37.Nina, b Nov 1884; m Carl Van Nordheim, d 22 Sep 1970 Miami, FL.
F38.Carrie (or Zell), b Sep 1886; was in the West.
F8. SAMUEL REYNOLDS HANER, b Sep 1849; m(2) Lida Fosdick.
F13. MARY MARSYLVA HANER (Martie or Marty), b 29 Apr 1866 Rome Center, Lenawee
Co., MI, d 15 Dec 1955; m 11 Oct 1884 Francis Hooker Dewey, b 15 May 1863, d 7 Sep 1936,
s/o Addison Dewey & Amy Ripley. Res in PA; both bu Knowlton cem near Gaines, PA. Issue:
F39.Fred Leroy, b 29 Aug 1885, d 11 Feb 1886.
F40.James Walter, b 4 May 1887, d Jan 1977; m 1907 Amelia Gill, b 19 Jul 1887, d 19 Jul
1967. Issue: .
Gertrude Violet, b 20 Feb 1908, m 1928 Howard VanNoy (2 daughters, 2 sons); .
Faye Abby, b 23 May 1909, m 1927 Leslie VanNoy (1 son, 1 daughter); .
son, grandchildren; .
F41.Daisy Hestina, b 13 Jan 1892, d 19 Dec 1967; m 1911 Dayton Smith Brown, b 11 Sep
1911, d Dec 1968. Issue: (5 sons, 1 daughter, grandchildren).
F42.Lillian Amy, b 30 Mar 1895 (d), m 10 Jul 1958 Claude R. Winroot; res Gaines, PA.
F43.Ada Marie, b 7 Nov 1901 (d), m 17 May 1919 Theodore Wilkinson, d 8 Sep 1958;
issue: (1 daughter, grandchildren).
F44.Jessie Elizabeth, b 15 Aug 1904, d 6 Sep 1982, m 6 Nov 1927 Earl Coole, d Sep 1982
very shortly after Jessie. Issue: (4 sons, grandchildren).
F14. CHARLES NELSON HANER, b 10 Aug 1867, d 24 Nov 1918; m 31 Dec 1893 Phoebe
May Stephens of Lawrenceville, PA.
F45.Earl Amzi, b 24 Jan 1895
F46.Archie Leland, b 13 Jul 1896
F47.Elwood, b 10 Apr 1898 (d); m(1) Bertha Laurkke; m(2) Annette Kenyon (she later
married Archie Leland Haner). No issue.
F48.Clarence, b 10 Feb 1901
F49.Malcolm, b 23 Nov 1903; m(1) Viola Hakes; m(2) Laura Frances — ; no ch.
F50.Leonard, b 6 Feb 1906
F51.Carrie, b 26 Oct 1909
F15. LUCY ELNORA HANER (Nora), b Dec 1871, m 17 Aug 1887 Philip Hastings Dewey,
s/o Addison Dewey & Amy Ripley. Issue: (DEWEY)
F54.Guy Harrison, m Mayme Hazelett. Issue: (1 son, 1 daughter, grandchildren).
F55.Grace Esther, b 29 Mar 1891, d 29 Apr 1955; m 1 Jan 1922 Laverne Thornton, d 14
Mar 1957. Issue: (1 son, 1 daughter, grandchildren).
F56.Maude Mae, b 25 Feb 1894; m 3 Sep 1916 Chester Feig. Issue: (4 daughters, 1 son,
F57.Mildred Elnora, b 14 May 1896, d 14 Dec 1927.
F58.Harry Phillip, b 2 Nov 189x, d 26 Jan 1966; m 28 Jun 1922 Sallie Hill. Issue: (2 sons,
1 daughter, grandchildren).
F59.Rexa Belle, b 27 Feb 1902, m(1) 2 Feb 1924 Marion Head. Issue: (2 daughters, 1 son,
F60.Katherine Louise, b 28 Sep 1906; m 29 Dec 1929 Norman Repard (d). Issue: (3
F16. WILLIAM HENRY HANER, b 15 Feb 1874, d 12 May 1967, bu Knowlton cem; m(1) 8
Feb 1898 Mae Swope, b 1873, d in MN Nov 1909, d/o Ezra Swope & Harriet Smith.
F61.Ella LaRue, b 9 Jun 1899
F62.Gladys Lillian, b 18 Mar 1903
F63.Mary Leona, b 17 Sep 1907
F16. WILLIAM HENRY HANER, b 15 Feb 1874; m(2) 1912 Ethel L. Kimball
F16. WILLIAM HENRY HANER, b 15 Feb 1874; m(3) 15 May 1922 Sarah Isabelle Brown.
F17. MERTIE HANER, (Myrtle) b 26 Aug 1877; m Franklin Pierre Champaign. Issue:
F70.Joseph Ishmael, b 21 Jan 1897, d 1982; m 26 Apr 1919 Neva Belle King; res FL.
Issue: (7 sons, grandchildren).
F71.Althea Beatrice, b 18 Jul 1898; m(1) Jun 1919 Forest Emmick (div); m(2) —
Claxton; m(3) Torwald Nilson. Issue: (3 daughters, 1 son, grandchildren).
F72.Samuel Harold, b 19 Jun 1899; m(1) Florence Lillian Ashley, Issue: (2 sons, 2
F73.Ellen, b 20 May 1909; m(1) 1927 Erwin Allen. Issue: (3 sons, 1 daughter).
F18. JULIA EMMA HANER, b 28 Feb 1880, d 22 Apr 1959; m 28 Jan 1901 Dennis Frederick
Ripley (Dick), d 8 Jun 1958. Issue: (RIPLEY)
F76.Lucy Pearl, b 19 Jan 1902, d 23 Nov 1946; m(1) 22 Jun 1918 Benjamin Appleby.
Issue: 5 sons, 2 daughters, grandchildren).
F77.Viva Isaletta, b 17 Nov 1903, d 11 Feb 1988; m 28 Jun 1932 Elton Davis Lewis of
Wellsboro, PA. Issue: (2 sons, 3 daughters).
F78.William Floyd, b 23 Aug 1906, d Fall 1977; m Alice Flanders. Issue: (1 son, 1
F79.Hazel Elnora, b 28 Feb 1909 (d); m 29 Nov 1928 James Elwood Payne (d); no ch.
F24. ROYAL NELSON HANER (Roy), b 26 Jul 1870, res MI; m Jennie Crogroe..
F83.William, b 7 Mar 1900, d 1924 of gas fumes where he worked; never married.
+ F84.James, 3rd, b 27 Sep 1901.
+ F85.Nettie, b 3 Sep 1902
+ F86.Ada, b 25 Apr 1904
+ F87.Lucy, b 1 Apr 1905
+ F88.Dan (David), b 8 Apr 1906
F26. PEARL HANER, b ca 1874, d 1 Jun 1894; m Kirk Blackburn. Issue: (BLACKBURN)
F92.Florence, b 1 Jun 1894; res CA.
F27. LENA E. HANER, b 8 Aug 1876; m Lina Hause. Issue: (HAUSE)
F94.Beatrice (twin); m Charles C. Cliffe. Issue: (3 sons, 2 daughters).
F29. CHARLES ARTHUR HANER, b 5 Jun 1880, d 1958. Wife’s name not known; res in
F100.Charles; res Grand Rapids, MI; no issue.
F101.Howard; res Lansing, MI; unm.
F102.Mildred; m — Baldwin; 2 dau.
F103.Evelyn; m — Tygeson; 2 sons, 2 dau; Grand Rapids, MI.
F104.Dorothy (d); m — Gage; 1 son, 1 dau Lansing, MI.
F105.Irving; m twice, 2 ch; res Okemos, MI.
F106.Leslie; m Howard Finch; 2 sons Grand Rapids, MI.
F107.Russell; Lansing, MI.
F32. GEORGE C. HANER, b 4 Jul 1888; he disappeared when a young man; had two sons:
F109.son, who went west.
F34. MINNIE EVELYN HANER, b 15 Mar 1875, a teacher; m Frank Taylor, b 5 May 1871, d
1937. Issue: (TAYLOR)
F110.Gladys Dolores, b 20 Mar 5 1901, d 8 Feb 1998; m 6 Jun 1935 Raynesford Patterson
Bacorn, b 14 Nov 1910. Issue: (1 son).
F35. FLOYD CARMEL HANER, b 5 Feb 1880, d 22 Apr 1955, Riverside, CA; a barber at
Corning, NY in 1908 directory; was at 1953 Hayner reunion, listed as from Banning, CA. He
m(1) Blance L. —b. ca 1881 PA. Issue:
F111a.Thelma M., b ca 1901 NY
F111b.Kenneth C., b ca 1904 NY
F35. FLOYD CARMEL HANER, b 5 Feb 1880, d 22 Apr 1955, Riverside, CA; m(2) Lulu
Larrison/Larson; res Galeton, PA.
F45. EARL AMZI HANER, b 24 Jan 1895, d 12 Apr 1959; m Apr 1917 Iona Reynolds.
F46. ARCHIE LELAND HANER, b 13 Jul 1896, d 1984; m(1) Elizabeth Robertson, b 28 Jan
1901, d 17 Aug 1960.
F46. ARCHIE LELAND HANER, b 13 Jul 1896; m(2) Annette Kenyon Haner, widow of his
F48. CLARENCE HANER, b 10 Feb 1901 (d); m 1 Apr 1919 Violet Kern.
F50. LEONARD HANER, b 6 Feb 1906; m 1 Sep 1930 Wilma Champney
F51. CARRIE HANER, b 26 Oct 1909, d Feb 1990; m Wallace Mattison (d). Issue:
F61. ELLA LaRUE HANER, b 9 Jun 1899 PA, d 16 Feb 1962 MN; m(1) George Choquette
(Barney)(dis). Issue: (CHOQUETTE)
F61. ELLA LaRUE HANER, b 9 Jun 1899; m(2) Walter Craite (d).
F62. GLADYS LILLIAN HANER, b 18 Mar 1903, m 18 Dec 1920 Jon Paul Reuter, b 29 Mar
1900 Vermland, Sweden, d 13 Dec 1967. They res International Falls, MN. Issue: (REUTER)
F63. MARY LEONA HANER, b 17 Sep 1907 PA, d May 1988, m 8 Jun 1923 Leo Dougherty,
b 28 Sep 1897, d Oct 1973. Issue: (DOUGHERTY)
F84. JAMES NELSON HANER , b 27 Sep 1901, d 15 Feb 1969; m Gertrude V. Klingman,b
5 Jun 1908, d 2 Jul 1967; res Grand Rapids, MI..
F85. NETTIE HANER, b 3 Sep 1902; m Dorr Granger (Grainger?) Res Lansing, MI area.
F86. ADA HANER, b 25 Apr 1904, d 30 Jam 1982; m Fredrick Mendricks, res Grand Rapids,
MI area.. Issue: (MENDRICKS)
F87. LUCY HANER, b 1 Apr 1905, d 10 Jun 1980; m Frank Higby, res Grand Rapids, MI.,
F88. DANIEL HANER, b 8 Apr 1906, d 9 Jan 1979; m Luana — .
G. LEWIS HANER
Among the first settlers in the southwestern portion of Virginia (which later became Logan
County, West Virginia) was Lewis Haner. Born between 1750 and 1760, this gentleman farmer
was the earliest known progenitor of the Haner-Hayner-Haynor-Hainor clan of Logan and Boone
Counties. We have been unable to find a connection of this Lewis Haner with the Palatine
immigrant Johannes Häner who settled in New York State in 1710 and whose descendants form
the main portion of this book. Around 1806, at a time when Kanawha County still encompassed
Logan and Boone Counties, Lewis Haner came with his wife, whose name is unknown, and
children to establish a domicile on the Trace Fork of Big Creek. Although he later migrated to
Lawrence County, Ohio, he left an ineffaceable record in Logan County. Many of his descendants
still reside in the area he helped to settle.
[G] LEWIS HANER b ca 1750, parents not known, wife’s name not known. He came to what is
now Logan Co., WV in about 1806; removed to Lawrence Co., OH ca 1840.
G1.Jacob b 1783; (LDS has b 1782) m 9 Nov 1809 Dicy Barker, b 1786 or 1787 VA, d
bef 1840; d/o Jacob Barker & Susan Garner, in (then) Kanawha County, VA. A veteran of the
War of 1812, he was widowed before 1840 and appears to have died childless between 1860 and
G2 Fredrick, b 1785
G4. (this code not used)
G5.William; appears only once in a document of the times; nothing further known of him.
G6.Unidentified female, listed in the 1830 census.
G2. FREDRICK HANER, b 1785 in PA, was in 1850 census of Boone Co., VA; m 20 Feb 1812
Susan Barker, d/o Jacob Barker & Susan Garner; sister of Jacob Haner’s wife. She d in Logan
Co. before 1846.
G7.Lewis, b 1813
G8.Elizabeth (Libby); b 1813
G9.Frances, b 2 Dec 1814
G10.Noah, b 1815
G11.Sarah, b 1817; m Joshua Adkins, s/o Joshua Adkins & Adelphia Adkins of Boone
and Lincoln Counties.
G12.Nancy, b ca 1820
G3. JAMES HANER, died at an early date; m Mary Stallings (Polly), b 1803 in TN, d Logan
Co., WV after 1880, d/o Jacob Stallings, a minister and early settler in the same area of Logan
Co. as the Haner family. The Stallings family came from the Guyandotte River basin in the part
of NC which later was in TN. In Jacob’s 1817 will she is named as Mary Haner, wife of James
Haner; she is in the 1850 Federal Census of Logan Co., VA (which became WV in 1863).
G13.Ellen (Eleanor, Nellie), b ca 1822
G14.Nancy, b 1826
G15.William, b 1828; d 8 Jan 1857; unm.
G16.Emelia (Mildred, Milly), b 1830
G7. LEWIS HANER, b 1813, Kanawha Co VA; m 16 Mar 1837 Nancy Smith. They left the
Kanawha Co. area between 1850 and 1860.
G17.Clara, b 1838
G18.Tolbert, b 1840
G19.Spencer, b 1843
G20.Noah, b 1847
G21.Smith, b 1848
G8. ELIZABETH HANER (Libby), b 1813 Boone Co. VA; m (1) Jon Caldwell; m(2)
A.Leefrom; m(3)Lewis Adkins, prob s/o Lewis and Adelphia (Adkins) Adkins. Libby not in
1860 census of Boone Co., VA, where Lewis is single. Issue: (ADKINS)
G22.Sarah, b 1836
G23.Austin, b 1837, m 15 Sep 1858 Lucy Foster. Issue: ¬ Almira, b 1859.
G24.Floyd. b 1839
G25.David Kemper, b 1841; m Libby Adkins
G26.Venila, b 1843
G27.Susan, b 1845
G28.Milton J., b 1849; m Susan Hager.
G29.Obediah, b 1856; m 10 Sep 1879 Rhoda Booth.
G9. FRANCES HANER, b 2 Dec 1814, Logan Co. VA; m 13 Mar 1837 Obediah Godbey, s/o
William Godbey & Nancy Dickerson. Issue: (GODBEY)
G30.Jemima A., b 3 Jan 1838; m 29 Oct 1858 James Hill, b 22 Jun 1807, d 4 Apr 1871;
he had prev m Eliza Stollings. Issue: .
George T., b 25 Sep 1859; .
Noah, b 12 Sep 1871, d 5
G31.Eliza, b 22 Mar 1839, d 22 Apr 1908; m William N. Stone. Issue: .
Luella Ann, b 11
Nov 1858, m 1873 Floyd Stallings; .
Charles, b 1860; .
George, b 1864, m Sarah Ann Chandler;
Medora, b 1866, m Rouse Hill; .
James Albert, b 1870, m Martha Ann Ellis; .
Elmer, m(1) Iva
Parshall; m(2) Virginia; .
Taylor, m Meadie Barker.
G32.Yantes, b 24 Feb 1844, d 22 Jan 1897; m(1) Benjamin Hager. Issue: .
1872, d 1873; .
Byron Henshaw, b 29 Feb 1864, d 16 Apr 1949, m 1885 Nancy Ann Baldwin; .
Ballard L., b 1867; .
Leona J., m(1) John W. Hopkins, m(2) James Ira; .
Henley, b 1870, d 1947,
m Florence Emily. Yantes m(2) Edwin Stone.
G33.Susan, b 1 Feb 1847, d 5 Mar 1936; m 17 Sep 1867 George Hill. Issue: .
24 Sep 1968, m 1887 John Covert; .
Obediah J., b 18 Feb 1870, m 1890 Cordelia Lake; .
Egbert, b 28 Jan 1872, m(1) Harriett Drake; m(2) Ella Hill; .
Mary F., b 13 Mar 1874, m Albert
George W., b 27 Jul 1877, m Eliza Ann Chapman; .
Hubert H., b 8 Dec 1879, m Julia
G10. NOAH HANER, b 4 Feb 1815, d 17 May 1855 Logan County. He m 16 Jul 1837 Mary
Elizabeth Barker, b 24 Nov 1817 Bedford or Franklin Co., VA, d 13 Jun 1904 Logan Co.,d/o
Joseph Barker & Jane Bowles.
+ G34.Emily, b 4 Nov 1839
+ G35.Letha J., b 10 Oct 1840
+ G36.Susannah, b 28 Jan 1843
+ G37.Nancy Ann, b 29 Nov 1844
+ G38.William A., b 30 Apr 1847
+ G39.John Simms, b 8 Jan 1849
+ G40.Joseph Benjamin, b 4 Feb 1851
+ G41.Lewis David, b 26 Nov 1853
G12. NANCY HANER, b ca 1820 Kanawha Co. VA; m George Fry. Issue: (FRY)
G41a.(male child),b bef 1836 Kanawha Co or Logan Co, VA.
G42.Adeline, b 14 Apr 1836; m Benjamin Barker
G43.Amanda, b 14 Feb 1838
G44.Valeria J., b 1 May 1840; m Gordon McNeely
G45.Lucinda Elizabeth, b 3 Aug 1843; m 20 Feb 1861 Joseph Floyd Hager.
G13. ELLEN HANER, (Eleanor, Nellie), b ca 1822; m Oliver H. Perry, b 1819, d 1903, s/o
John Perry, & Elizabeth Dixon; was among the Confederate force which clashed with Federal
troops at the Battle of Chapmanville Mountain on 25 Sep 1861. Issue: (PERRY)
G46.Martha Jane, b 7 Jan 1850 Logan Co., VA, d 29 Jan 1941 Chapmanville, WV; m ca
1866 James Tolbert Ferrell. Issue: .
Leanza, b 1867, m Wesley Vanover; .
Minnie, unm; .
John Elza; .
Elbert, b 20 Nov 1877 (twin), m 1898 Lena Mae Haner, b 15 May 1880 (twin), d/o
William A. Haner & Mary C. Stowers [see #G76 for 9 ch]; .
Hubert, b 20 Nov 1877 (twin), d
Aug 1971, m 1896 Maude Blas (Lula 1898, Basil 1900, Mabel m Louis Tillman, John, Virgil); .
Linnie, b 16 Sep 1881, d 14 Apr 1955, m William Elbert Haner, s/o William A. Haner & Mary C.
Stowers [see #G75 for 2 ch].
G47.Mary Ann, b 1852, m(1) John W. Hager. Issue: .
Emma Alice; .
m Hadassa Scragg; .
Albert, m Eliza Haner (#G79), d/o William A. Haner; no issue. Mary Ann
m(2) H. F. Bailey. Issue: .
Boutie, m Sidney Hatfield; .
Brookie, m Elwood Chambers; .
m Frank Stone; .
Myrtle, m Blaine Knabb.
G48.John Henry, b 1856; m — Powell.
G14. NANCY HANER, b 1826, m John N. Foster, a schoolteacher in Logan County. Issue:
G49.Mary Frances, b 1853
G50.Nancy E., b 20 Mar 1856; m — Fry, s/o Ralph Fry & Nancy Lucas.
G16. EMILIA HANER (Mildred, Milly), b 1830; m 29 Nov 1857 Lorenzo Dow Perry, s/o
Henry Perry & Mary Chambers. Issue: (PERRY)
G51.William, b 1863; m 9 Apr 1885 Jane Doty. His son Robert Perry had a dau Estelle
who m. Silas M. Easterling.
G52.Jacob, b 1867
G53.Mary F., b 1872
G34. EMILY HANER, b 4 Nov 1839, d 29 May 1896. She m(1) 21 Aug 1859 Leander Frank
Gillenwater. Issue: (GILLENWATER)
G54.Webb Terrell, b 3 Jul 1860; m Sarah Ann Toney, b 19 Feb 1855, who had prev. m
Johnson Ferrell. Issue: .
Wirt, m Nora Lester; .
General, m Lena Barker; .
Leander, b 12 May
1892, d Feb 1977, m Lottie (2 sons, 2 daughters); .
Robert, m Evie; .
Denny, m Ella Maude
Hager (5 sons, 1 daughter); .
Emma, m Charles Barker, had issue; .
Allie, m John Pauley; .
Mary Etta, m Fry.
G34. EMILY HANER, b 4 Nov 1839; m(2) James Stowers. Issue: (STOWERS)
G55.Mandy J., b 3 Jul 1873
G56.Joseph W., b 1876
G57.Anna Laura, b 1878
G35. LETHA J. HANER, b 10 Oct 1840, d 10 Apr 1889; m William Bell (he remarried 1879 to
Rebecca Wall, widow of Leonard Hill. Issue: (BELL)
G58.Joseph B., b 21 Aug 1871
G59.Albert, b 1877
G36. SUSANNAH HANER, b 28 Jan 1843, d 26 May 1874; m French S. Godby (Godbey), s/o
William T. Godby & Ann Austin. Issue: (GODBY)
G60.Mary, b 1863; m Benjamin Pridemore
G61.Manerva F., b 1872
G62.Susan, b 1874
G37. NANCY ANN HANER, b 29 Nov 1844, d 27 May 1933; m Noah Baldwin Sanders, b 25
Dec 1842 Honaker, VA, d 27 Jun 1951 Logan Co., WV, s/o Martin Sanders & Elizabeth Mitchell.
G63.Ballard Lee, b 20 Aug 1867, d 4 Feb 1951; m Nettie Patrick. Issue: .
Dekker Toney; .
Mae, m(1) Arthur Perry (Annie Lee), m(2) Earl Gill; .
Neolan, m Jesse Keefer;
G64.Robert, b 22 Apr 1870, d 24 Sep 1959; m Martha Chaffin.
G65.Mary Elizabeth, b 27 Dec 1872, d 10 Sep 1957; m J. Samuel Pardue. Issue: .
William Henry, b 1891, d 13 Jul 1978; m Pearl Ball, 9 ch; .
Sherdy, b 8 Sep 1894
(twin), d.y.; .
Sherman, b 8 Sep 1894 (twin), m Blanche Lucas, 4 ch; .
Julia, d.y.; .
Kate, m John
Sadie, m Sonnie Hall; 10.Frank, b 7 Mar 1907, m Dorothy Toney;
11.daughter; 12.son; 13.Nora, b 1895, d 1911.
G66.French, b 13 Feb 1874, d 22 Oct 1874
G67.Benjamin, b 8 Feb 1876, d 14 Jun 1953; a teacher and member of LDS Church. He m
1910 Rebecca Myrtle Pauley, b 2 May 1885, d 18 Dec 1935. Issue: (1 son, grandchildren).
G68., b 27 May 1878, d 16 Dec 1928; m Rose Cabell; had ch.
G69.Lilly, b 6 Feb 1880, d 29 Jul 1946; m Levi Duty. Issue: .
Florence, m Clifton
Princess, m(1) Virgil Griffin (2 daughters), m(2) Weymeth May; .
Edna, d 20 May
Challis, m Madeline Barker.
G70.Wilburn, b 11 Apr 1882, d 5 Jun 1923; m Addie Jones, b 11 May 1884, d Sep 1967.
Issue: (1 daughter, 2 sons).
G71.Charles, b 11 Dec 1883, d 11 Aug 1966; m Elizabeth Vance, d 1 Jul 1958. Issue: (2
daughters, 1 son, d.y., grandchildren).
G72.Millard Irie, b 2 Nov 1886, d 6 Jan 1975; m Nora Butcher. Issue: (6 sons, 5
G38. WILLIAM A. HANER, b 30 Apr 1847, d 22 Feb 1903; m Mary Clementine Stowers,b
14 Nov 1859, d/o William Stowers & Mary Frances Schilling from Tazewell, VA.
G74.John Marshall, b 12 Dec 1875
G75.William Elbert, b 29 Sep 1877
G76.Lena Mae, b 15 May 1880 (twin)
G77.Linnie Maude, b 15 May 1880 (twin)
G78.Mary Frances (Mollie), b 9 Mar 1883
G79.Eliza Ann, b 8 Nov 1888
G80.Stella, b 24 Apr 1890, d 12 Jul 1891.
G81.Herbert, b 8 May 1892, d 7 Jan 1908.
G39. JOHN SIMMS HANER, b 8 Jan 1849, d 1919; m Josephine Staten, b 1852, d 1937, d/o
Marshall Staten & Regina Brockman.
G82.Lewis Marshall, b 1873, d 1946
G40. JOSEPH BENJAMIN HANER, b 4 Feb 1851, d 9 Aug 1919; m 26 Oct 1882 Hollena
Wall, b 29 May 1861, d 3 Jan 1933, d/o Joshua Wall & Debbie Collins.
G83. Benjamin, b 30 Aug 1883
G84.John Henry, b 2 Mar 1885, d 24 Jul 1961; unm.
G85.William Lewis, b 25 Apr 1888, m Nannie Maynard; no issue
G86.Charles Anderson, b 5 May 1890
G87.Marion Alexander, b 17 Mar 1894, d 9 Dec 1907.
G88.Mary Letitia, b 8 Mar 1897, d 12 Nov 1902.
G89.Inez Stacy, b 3 Jan 1903, d; unm; res Barboursville, WV.
G41. LEWIS DAVID HANER, b 26 Nov 1853, d 20 Oct 1932; m 23 Dec 1875 Mary Ann
Toney Lucas, b 9 Aug 1858, d 21 Oct 1933, d/o Lucas Frye & Mary Toney, from Ramage WV.
(Because of postoffice confusion with a neighbor Hamer, some children of Lewis used Hayner or
G90.Leota L., b 19 Jan 1877
G91.Hansford H., b 10 Dec 1878
G92.John Edward, b 3 Dec 1880
G93.Charles Burl, b 16 Jun 1883
G94.Walter Frye (“Boss”), b 9 Mar 1886
G95.Robert Dick, b 2 Sep 1888
G96.Laura, b 18 Jun 1890
G97.Ella May, b 11 Apr 1893
G98.Della Brooke, b 28 Apr 1896, d 3 Nov 1896.
G74. JOHN MARSHALL HAYNER, b 12 Dec 1875, d 17 Feb 1947, veteran of Spanish-
American War. He used the name Hayner; m 20 Apr 1899 Eliza Ann Lilly.
G99.Wallace Garfield, b 5 Mar 1900
G100.Willard, b 30 Jan 1902; m(1) Effie Vannater; m(2) Marie Davis.
G101.Ray, b 21 or 28 Aug 1905; m 22 Jan 1933 Ruby Woodrum.
G102.Mary Josephine, b 12 Dec 1906
G103.Thelma, b 13 Mar 1909 or 1908; m 10 Sep 1941 Edward Ferrell.
G75. WILLIAM ELBERT HANER, b 29 Sep 1877, d 5 Apr 1955, res Big Creek, WV; m
Linnie Ferrell, b 16 Sep 1881, d 14 Apr 1955, d/o James Tolbert Ferrell & Martha Jane Perry
G107.Sidney H., b 1 Feb 1899
G108.Clyde Muscoe, b 1903
G76. LENA MAE HANER, b 15 May 1880 (twin), d 21 Jun 1956; m 14 Mar 1898 Elbert
Ferrell, b 20 Nov 1877 (twin), d 11 Apr 1965, s/o James Tolbert Ferrell & Martha Jane Perry
(#G46). Issue: (FERRELL)
G109.Hattie Arvilla, b 10 Apr 1899, m 10 Apr 1920 French Homer Lewis. Issue: (1
G110.Ruby Edith, b 11 Aug 1901; m 15 Sep 1923 John Earl Johnson, b 1889, d 1966.
Issue: (2 daughters, grandchildren).
G111.Lola Zell, b 6 Oct 1903, m(1) 1925 Wilbur Fitzhugh Bader. Issue: (1 son,
G112.Wanda Lucy, b 3 Jan 1906, m(1) John Wehrle, m(2) Lewis Hedgeman Hershberger,
G113.Eunice Vadna, b 23 Dec 1908, d 2 Apr 1914
G77. LINNIE MAUDE HANER, b 15 May 1880 (twin), bu Peebles, OH; m 3 Aug 1898
Charles Workman. Issue: (WORKMAN)
G118.Flossie May, b 25 May 1889, d 15 Mar 1919, m Marshall Adkins.
G119.Harold Everett, b 18 Oct 1901, d 12 Jun 1973; m 12 Sep 1921 Bessie Opal Damron,
b 26 May 1906. Issue: (4 daughters, 2 sons, grandchildren).
G120.Eva Pearl, b 11 Mar 1904, d 30 Mar 1944, m 27 Mar 1921 Charles Edgar Bayes;
Issue: (2 daughters, 1 son, grandchildren).
G121.Oscar Griffith, b 29 Jul 1906, d 10 Apr 1907
G122.Roy Arthur, b 24 Feb 1908, d 30 Aug 1966, m(1) Lucille Owens; m(2) 11 Feb 1931
Edith x (div), issue: (2 sons, 2 daughters, grandchildren).
G78. MARY FRANCES HANER (Mollie), b 9 Mar 1883; m(1) Robert Carpenter. Issue:
G127.Reba, m Lou Crouch. Issue: (1 son)
G128.Mabel, m — Johnson
G78. MARY FRANCES HANER, b 9 Mar 1883; m(2) Keeling.
G79. ELIZA ANN HANER, b 8 Nov 1888; m(1) Oliver Wheatley. Issue: (WHEATLEY)
G130.Virgil, b 1906; m Betty.
G131.Myrtle, m William Johnson.
G79. ELIZA ANN HANER, b 8 Nov 1888; m(2) Albert Hager, s/o John W. Hager & Mary
Ann Perry (#G47); no issue.
G82. LEWIS MARSHALL HAINOR b 1873, d 1946. He m(1) Hattie Hunter. His 8 children
used the spelling Hainor.
G135.Marshall Staten; d.y.
G136.Rex Albert; d.y.
G138.Hugh Ballard; m Virginia Cater; no issue.
G82. LEWIS MARSHALL HAINOR, b 1873; m(2) Julie Barker.
G82. LEWIS MARSHALL HAINOR, b 1873; m(3) 1920 Martha McDonald, d 9 Nov 1968,
d/o Bolivar McDonald & Mary Garten.
G141.son, killed in World War II.
G83. NOAH BENJAMIN HANER, b 30 Aug 1883, d 31 Jul 1954; m 17 Sep 1901 Ella Maud
Godbey, b 3 Oct 1882, d 4 Nov 1966, d/o Tolbert S. Godbey & Mary Jane Berry
G142 Bactyl Staton, b 10 Jan 1904
G143.Elfie Blanch, b 14 Dec 1905
G144.Hilbert Hansel, b 5 Mar 1908
G86. CHARLES ANDERSON HANER, b 5 May 1888, d 18 Mar 1954; m Georgia Linville.
G90. LEOTA L. HANER, b 19 Jan 1877, d 4 Jul 1954; m 15 Aug 1891 John Pridemore. Issue:
G152.Opie, m Mary Hunter. Issue: (1 son, 1 daughter).
G153.Oma, m Jessie Mullins; 3 ch.
G154.Anna, m Ronce Hunter; 8 ch.
G155.Earl, m Beatrice Ball. Issue: (2 sons, one daughter, grandchildren).
G91. HANSFORD H. HAYNER, b 10 Dec 1878 Logan Co. WV, d 24 Mar 1962; m Myrtle Lee
McComas, b 2 Sep 1888, d 11 Apr 1975; both bu at Ona WV. He was a housepainter,
schoolteacher and coal mine supervisor
G156.Argyle Edgar, b 10 Apr 1908, d 26 Dec 1962. He m Margaret Althizer; no ch.
G92. JOHN EDWARD HAYNER, b 3 Dec 1880, d 21 Jun 1965; m 31 Dec 1903 Lottie Curry,
d/o Benjamin Curry & Ann Stone. Children used Hainor.
G93. CHARLES BURL HAYNER, b 16 Jun 1883, d 25 Dec 1960; m 8 Jun 1910 Ella Sue
Drake, d 27 Jun 1971, d/o Robert Drake & Ruhuma Ferrell. Her sister Selona Drake m Robert
Dick Hayner (#G95). The children in this family used Hainor.
G94. WALTER FRYE HAINOR (“Boss”), b 9 Mar 1886, d 25 Nov 1959; m 8 Nov 1910 Dora
Pauley, d/o Iverson Pauley.
G95. ROBERT DICK HAYNER, b 2 Sep 1888, d 24 Dec 1971; m 26 Aug 1905 Selona Bastine
Drake, b 1 Aug 1889, d 13 Nov 1956, d/o Robert O. Drake & Ruhama Ferrell (her sister Ella m
Charles Burl Hayner #G93)
G177.Stollie Willard, b 6 Jul 1906
G178.Harley Cletus, b 20 Dec 1908
G181.son (whose children used name Hainer)
G96. LAURA HANER, b 18 Jun 1890, d 3 Aug 1965; m 8 Jun 1910 Hassell Perdue, s/o Harvey
Perdue & Amanda Workman. Issue: (PERDUE)
G97. ELLA MAY HAYNER, b 11 Apr 1893; m Thomas Johnson. Issue: (JOHNSON)
G191.daughter, grandchildren Broda; m Gene Leeson; 4 ch.
G99. WALLACE GARFIELD HAYNER, b 5 Mar 1900, d 21 Apr 1988; m 5 Jul 1926 Violet
Nottingham, b 20 Aug 1904, d 3 Apr 1981.
G102. MARY JOSEPHINE HANER, b 13 Dec 1906; m 29 Mar 1930 Cyrus Peyton, b 28 Jun
1902, d 24 May 1985, s/o Peyton & Nancy Margaret Pauley. Issue: (PEYTON)
G107. SIDNEY H. HAYNER, b 1 Feb 1899, d 1 Nov 1983; m Leona J. Hager, b 14 Nov 1898,
d 10 Feb 1974, d/o Thomas Hager.
G108. CLYDE MUSCOE HAYNER, b 1903, d 1976; m Zoma Drake.
G134. PEARL BEATRICE HAINOR,m Spence Shannon. Issue: (SHANNON)
G137. JOHN BROCKMAN HAINOR, m Virginia Cater (appears to be same as wife of his
brother Hugh Ballard Hainor.)
G142. BACTYL STATON HANER, b 10 Jan 1904; m(1) Eloise Brewer; m(2) 5 Jun 1927
G142. BACTYL STATON HANER, b 10 Jan 1904; m(3) 1 Jul 1942 Dorothy Roe; no ch.
G143. ELFIE BLANCH HANER, b 14 Dec 1905; m 28 Feb 1927 Robert Mays. Issue:
G235.daughter (adopted), grandchildren.
G144. HILBERT HANSEL HANER, b 5 Mar 1908; m 29 Sep 1930 Vernice E. Blake.
G160. THERMAL HAINOR, m Walter Ferrell. Issue: (FERRELL)
G261.son, killed during the Korean war.
G161. CARLYN HAINOR, m Naomi Ferrell.
G177. STOLLIE WILLARD HAYNER, b 6 Jul 1906; m 25 Aug 1925 Myrtle McKinney, d/o
Lilburn McKinney & Melvina Walls.
G178. HARLEY CLETUS HAYNER, b 20 Dec 1908, d 17 Oct 1933; m 8 Oct 1928 Hazel
H. HARMON HANOR
Harmon Hanor was born in Germany, according to a published biography of his grandson
Nimrod N. Haner (#H20); he was a sadler in Falmouth, VA; resided in Stafford County, VA
before 1763. The court records of this county in Fredericksburg, VA were pillaged by Union
soldiers who carried away and mutilated many record books; about 75% are still missing. Not a
single record book of any description is extant there for the period 1764-1780, exactly the time of
interest to us. Harmon Hanor, as a resident of Stafford County, purchased land in St. George
Parish, Spotsylvania County in 1778; he died testate ca Jan 1795 in Spotsylvania County, VA. He
is mentioned by name in numerous officially recorded transactions in Spotsylvania and Stafford
Counties, 1763-1830. In later generations, the spelling of the surname in this family has been both
Hanor and Haner.
A Harmon Hiner/Haner/Hanor was born in Leipzig, Germany in 1742, came to PA about 1770
with his brothers John and Alexander (see section X); Alexander and John went on to Virginia
after they helped Harmon build his home in Pennsylvania. We do not know if these two Harmon
Hanors were related to each other in Germany. They were definitely not descendants of Johannes
Häner, the 1710 Palatine immigrant to New York who is the subject of the main portion of this
[H] HARMON HANOR, b Germany; d ca Jan 1795 Spotsylvania County, VA. He m Eleanor —
, whose maiden name would no doubt be in the lost court records of Stafford County. The spouse
and 5 children are mentioned in the will, written 10 Dec 1794 and probated 3 Feb 17 1795.
H1.William, b before 1760 (?)
H2.Harmon, Jr., b ca 1766 -1768
H5.Anna; m — Gosney before 1795.
H1. WILLIAM HANOR, prob b before 1760, d before 1818. He was a prizer at Dixon’s
warehouse, Falmouth, VA (he packed tobacco into hogsheads); res Stafford Co. and Spotsylvania
Co., VA, first noted in a 1774 recorded commercial transaction as “William Haner, son of
Harman”. He m(1) before 1791 Mary West, d/o Ignatius West; m(2) 1797 Margaret Simpson,
by whom he had issue:
H10.Mary B., b ca 1809
H2. HARMON HANOR, Jr., b ca 1766-1768 in VA, d ca 1844 . He migrated ca 1803 with his
family (probably including his mother) to Co., KY, moved 1807 into Warren Co., KY at Drake’s
Creek southwest of Bowling Green, where he was a tobacco farmer and a minister late in life. He
m before 1793 Margaret Pemberton, d/o William Pemberton & Elizabeth Vaughan. They had
13 children (5 sons, 8 daughters) of whom 10 are known.
H11.Sarah; m Hankerson Rude.
H13.Larkin M., b 1809
H14.Henry F., b 1813
H15.Julia Ann; m 12 Jun 1838 Asa Mallory; res Cave City, KY.
H16.Nancy; m — Davis.
H18.Eleanor, b KY; m 29 Mar 1838 Benjamin Hagerman.
H19.Eliza Ann; m Benton Potter.
H20.Nimrod Napoleon, b May 1815
H3. SARAH HANOR, b VA; m — Day before 1818; d before 1830. Issue: (DAY)
H21.Susan, m — Buckman before 1830.
H4. HANNAH HANOR, b VA; d ante 1818; m — Graves ante 1795. Issue: (GRAVES)
H10. MARY B. HANER, b ca 1809, d ca Apr 1880, m and d in Fredericksburg, Stafford Co.
VA. The name is spelled Haner in her marriage bond, in the 1850 census (age 41) and at probate
of will in 1880. She m Apr 1832 John Brownlow Alexander (a deacon); d 15 Nov 1870 age 62
at Fredericksburg, VA. Issue: (ALEXANDER)
H24.John F., b ca 1835 (1850 census) in Fredericksburg VA; d 23 Apr 1912, bu
Fredericksburg. He m 10 Mar 1859 Anne E. Williams, b ca 1838. Issue: .
E.C., b 4 Apr 1860; .
Margaret A.; .
H25.Margaret A., b ca 1838 in VA
H26.Fannie G., b 1840 in VA; m — Brent, res Newport News, VA.
H27.Louisa B., b ca 1846 in VA, m Lou Rahn of Richmond VA
H13. LARKIN M. HANER, b 1809 Warren Co., KY, d soon after Civil War. He res Calloway
Co., KY, where he was farmer and herbal doctor; bu Carbondale, IL where he had relatives. He m
19 Mar 1837 Elizabeth Magner (Eliza), b KY 1819, d ca 1862, d/o George? & Catherine
Magner of Russellville, KY. They had 12 children, 3 of whom died in infancy; some were raised
H28.Mollie C., b Sep 1838 [Hainor].
H29.Henry C., b 1840, d 1918.
H30.James William, b 25 Aug 1842
H31.Columbus, b 1845
H32.Elizabeth (Lizzie), b 1848, d 8 Feb 1869 Russellville, KY.
H33.Mary, b 1849, d 24 Jul 1872 Russellville, KY.
H34.Franklin, b 1855
H35.Sebastian Montague, b 31 Mar 1857 [Hanor]
H36.Susan, b 31 Jan 1860
H14. HENRY F. HANOR, b 1813, d 1884; m Susan — , b 8 Mar 1828, d 10 Sep 1893; res
Webster Co., KY.
H37.Mary E., b 1848
H38.Eliza Ann, b 1850; m 15 Nov 1870 James M. Keller.
H20. NIMROD NAPOLEON HANER, b 15 May 1815 Warren Co., KY; m 4 Apr 1844
Martha F. Hutchings, d/o James Hutchings & Tabitha Booker of Simpson Co., KY. He was a
farmer and minister like his father before him; moved in 1855 to Franklin, KY; had 11 children, 7
H29. HENRY C. HANOR, b 1840, d 1918; Confederate soldier; m(1) Ann Curry; res Webster
Co., KY where they had issue:
H46.Larkin B. (Lark), b 14 Mar 1874 KY, d 11 Apr 1956; m 1899 Veda Combs; bu Clay
H47.Jefferson, b 1876
H48.Franklin, b 1880
H49.Lorenzo Dow (“Dow”), b 1884
H50.Effie, b 1886 KY, d 5 Dec 1966; m Lewis O’Neal.
H51.Alma, prob. d.y
H29. HENRY C. HANOR, b 1840; m(2) 4 May 1892 Susan Rich. Issue:
H52 Archie, d 5 Nov 1972; res Webster Co., KY; m Nettie; 3 ch.
H54.John; m Virginia — .
H55.Edna, b ca 1901 KY
H56.Mattie Jewel, m 1929 Walton Womack; res AL.
H30. JAMES WILLIAM HANOR, b 25 Aug 1842 in KY, d 17 Sep 1929; res Webster and
Union Counties, KY; Confederate soldier. He m Phoebe Carrier, b 22 May 1863, d 15 Aug
H58.John W., b 18 Jan 1891, d 10 Jan 1955; m 9 May 1924 Myrtle Helen Shelton.
H59.George Newton, b 13 Aug 1892
H60.Henry Gilbert, b 7 Jan 1894; m Bertha Kellough.
H61.Susan B. (Susie), b 13 Sep 1895, d 5 Jun 1930; m Brodie Rich.
H62.Eurie E., b 27 Apr 1897; m Carmie Brown.
H63.Herman J., b 16 Jul 1899; m Vera Grigg.
H64.Simon Elmer, b 23 Feb 1901
H65.J. Clarence, b 7 Oct 1908; m Louise Brown.
H35. SEBASTIAN MONTAGUE HANOR (Sam), b 31 Mar 1857 KY, d 11 Nov 1933 Hot
Springs AR; stationary steam engineer; m 24 Nov 1887 Jennie Bell Cook, b 5 Jul 1865, d 1 Oct
1927, d/o George Washington Cook & Sidney Cobbs.
H66.Stella May, b 1 Jul 1890
H67.Sydney, b 23 Dec 1892
H68.Eugene Bertram, b 26 Oct 1905
H36. SUSAN HANER, b 31 Jan 1860 KY, d 8 Nov 1928 AR; m Morris Council, b 5 May 1860,
d 10 Mar 1926; res Little Rock, AR. Issue: (COUNCIL)
H69.Charley, b 2 Nov 1883, d.y.
H70.Lillian, b 9 May 1885, d 27 Dec 1951
H71.Beulah, b 13 Dec 1887, d.y.
H72.Mabel Margaret, b 23 Dec 1889, d 27 Jul 1960; m Max T. Cobb, b 9 Sep 1885, d 16
Jan 1941; res St. Louis, MO.
H44. JOSEPH HARMON HANER,m Carrie Simmonds. They had 8 ch, one of whom is
H73.Joseph Booker, b 12 Oct 1901
H47. JEFFERSON HANER, b 1876 Webster Co., KY; d 22 Jul 1959. He m Marie Rich; res
Webster Co. KY.
H74.Corvil, b 17 Feb 1906
H48. FRANKLIN HANOR, b 1880 KY, d 1922 Fair Oaks, AR; m 12 Mar 1902 Chrissie Bell
H76.Charles Marlin (Sr)
H49. LORENZO DOW HANOR (“Dow”), b 1884 KY, d 1975; res East Prairie, MO. He m
Ozetta Icyfernie Curry.
H53. WALTER PAT HANOR, d 1964; m 1945 Fay Christine Tohill, b 16 Dec 1915 Flat
Rock, IL, d 16 Oct 2006 Robinson, IL.
H55.EDNA HANOR, b ca 1901 KY, d bef 2006; m 1920 Ruben Tow b ca 1897 KY, d bef
2006; res Hopkinsville, KY. ISSUE: (TOW)
H59. GEORGE NEWTON HANOR, b 13 Aug 1892, d 3 Feb 1984; m 4 Aug 1913 Flora Belle
Oakley. He was a farmer, Providence, KY.
H64. SIMON ELMER HANER, b 23 Feb 1901, d 24 Oct 1946;[ m 9 May 1924 Beulah Lee
Mabry, b 11 Nov 1906, d 5 Aug 1987; res Webster Co KY.
H66. STELLA MAY HANOR, b 1 Jul 1890, d 14 Oct 1938; m Jun 1910 James Williford, b 10
Mar 1887, d 25 Dec 1954. Issue: (WILLIFORD)
H67. SYDNEY HANOR, b 23 Dec 1892 Hot Springs, AR, d 1985 Seattle, WA; m(1) 2 Feb 1901
Ruth Frances Reagan, b 5 Apr 1919 Denver, CO, d 1 Nov 1983 (div).
H67. SYDNEY HANOR, b 23 Dec 1892; m(2) 10 Jul 1934 Aileen Adelaide White.
H68. EUGENE BERTRAM HANOR, b 26 Oct 1905 Hot Springs, AR, d there 12 Feb 1983; Art
Director of advertising agency in Chicago, IL. He m 23 Mar 1932 Muriel Louise Tourssen, b 30
Jun 1910 Chicago, IL, d 9 Mar 1984 Hot Springs, AR, d/o Arthur Tourssen & Mabel Mottram;
H73. JOSEPH BOOKER HANER, b 12 Oct 1901; m Agnes Robey.
H74. CORVIL HANER, b 17 Feb 1906; m 13 Nov 1924 Hattie Mooney.
J. JAMES HAYNER
Washington County, KY
Testing conducted by Family Tree DNA in 2007 compared the DNA profile of Hayner Family
Association President Clifford Nichols Hayner II (#3585) to that of Keith James Hayner (J162).
The results of the testing indicated that the line of James Hayner is directly related to that of
Johannes Haner, the immigrant. Now the researchers in this family must determine where the
actual link resides.
[J] JAMES HAYNER, of Washington County, KY, was born about 1749, whether in Germany
or in America we do not know; he died 12 Feb 1849. In an 1850 court record it is stated that “the
said James Hayner was very old when he died about one hundred years old and his wife died
many years before his death.” At the time of his death James Hayner lived on a tract of land
between 300 and 400 acres on Hayner’s Run of Beech Fork just above Prather’s Creek near
Springfield, county seat of Washington County, KY, some 50 miles southeast of Louisville. He
was on this land as early as 1806. His son John was executor (with James Hayner as bondsman)
of his brother Solomon’s estate ca 1830, and John was in financial trouble when he took out
mortgages beginning in 1842. After the death of John in 1846 the aged father became liable for
unaccounted funds, resulting in a partition suit in 1850 which gave the date of death of James
Hayner, and his heirs. Information in this lengthy document has been used in preparing these
notes, as well as data from several descendants. The name of his wife is not known; there is some
indication that he might have lived in South Carolina before 1806. The 1819 will of a Catharine
Haner in Washington County, KY does not mention any familiar names; she mentions a son
Conrod Adams. She may have been the wife of James Hayner (not proved)
J1.John (“Jack”), d Jan 1846
J2.Solomon, b 6 Sep 1794, possibly in SC
J3.Mary, d Dec 1854; unm.
J4.Catherine; m(1) 24 Dec 1832 Clayborn Vaughn; m(2) 23 Apr 1846 Johnsey Dorsey;
lived on Beech Fork at present U.S. 150 on Col. John Hardin’s 500-acre claim.
J1. JOHN HAYNER (Jack), b South Carolina (per 1880 census of his son James in Macon Co.,
MO), d Jan 1846; m 2 Aug 1815 Isabella Hardin, b 22 Aug 1797, d/o “Stiller” Ben Hardin &
Elizabeth Clark of the Pleasant Run and Beech Fork area of Washington Co., KY. Isabella is
named as Ben’s eldest child in his 1820 will and John Hayner was one of the executors. Stiller
Ben Hardin was s/o Mark Hardin and grandson of “Major” John Hardin, pioneer early sheriff of
Frederick Co., MD before following the frontier to the Bardstown, KY area. His widow and all
but her eldest child were in the 1850 census of Saline Co., MO; she was not in 1860 census,
probably died in mid-decade. The eldest son, James Madison Hayner, went to Macon Co., MO
J5.James Madison Hayner, b 3 May 1816
J6.Elizabeth, m 27 Dec 1838 John Epperson
J7.Benjamin Franklin, b 1 Jan 1821 or 1823
J9.David D., b ca 1830 in KY; m Louisa A. before 10 Jul 1852
J2. SOLOMON HAYNER, b 6 Sep 1794, possibly in SC, d ca Feb 1830; m 8 Aug 1816
Elizabeth Young, b 10 Aug 1794, d/o Andrew Young, a Rev. War veteran from NC; res
Washington Co., KY.
J11.Lucinda, b 30 May 1817
J12.John, m 11 Jul 1871 Mrs. Susan E. Webb (?)
J13.Catharine, m 1846 Joseph Norris
J14.Nancy, m 25 Jan 1847 Thomas N. Cross
J15.James, b 11 Nov 1828
J16.Henry, d before 1849.
J5. JAMES MADISON HAYNER, b 3 May 1816 in KY, d 28 Jul 1884 Macon Co., MO; m 16
Oct 1848 Margaret Branham, b 5 Mar 1817, d 13 Sep 1905, d/o James Branham & Elizabeth
Landrum of Scott Co., KY. In Apr 1849 in Scott County, KY he sold his share of his
grandfather’s land. It appears that James M. Hayner went to Stamping Ground, KY where he
worked in the saddler’s shop of his (probable) cousin Harmon Haner. After Harmon died (will
probated Sep 1855) James M. Hayner went to Macon Co., MO; his family did not remain in
contact with his mother and brothers and sisters who settled in Saline Co., MO, less than 100
miles from Macon Co. Issue:
+ J17.Leonidas, b 26 Oct 1846, d 28 Dec 1929
+ J18.Adelaide,b 30 Nov 1848
J6. ELIZABETH HAYNER, b ca 1818, m 27 Dec 1838 John Epperson, b ca 1814.. In 1850
living with them were John Epperson, brother of John, and Benjamin Hayner (#J7), brother of
Elizabeth. They had 9 children; the youngest 8 were still at home in the 1860 census of Bowling
Green Twp of Pettis Co.,MO. Birth years approx., based on age at 1860 census. Issue:
J19b.Margarett, b ca 1841, m — Curtis
J19c.Mary, b ca 1843
J19d.Josephine, b ca 1846
J19e.Elizabeth , b ca 1848
J19f.Fannie, ca 1850,m — Lyda.; her dau Anne was adopted by Julia at mother’s death;
Anne m Carl Patting
J19g.Julia, b ca 1853, d 28 Feb 1939; m Jim Trask, who d 5 Jun 1939
J19h.John, b ca 1855
J19i.Nancy [known as Anna], b ca 1857, d 22 Jun2938 Ft. Cobb, OK.; marred Patrick
Murphy. He was born in Wexford County, Ireland; deserted navy at New York City , later
became a U.S. citizen, changed name from Brown to Murphy , homesteaded at Rockville, AR
about 1889, died 26 Mar 1915 Ft. Cobb, OK. Issue: They had 15 children (Murphy): .
St Louis MO 7 Dec 1873, d 10 Apr 1907 Elpaso MO; .
John Patrick, b St. Louis, MO, 20 May
1875, d 20 Sep 1954 Altoona KS; .
Peter, b New Jersey 12 Dec 1878, d 2 Mar 1967 Altoona KS;
James Samuel, b New Jersey 14 Feb 1878, d 20 Dec 1941 Altoona KS; .
Mary Katherine, b St.
Louis, MO 11 Feb 1880, d 14 Jan 1939 Columbus, KS; m Lawrence Glasgow; .
Maude, b 1882
Rolla MO, d Joplin MO; .
Harry, b 17 Feb 1884 Joplin MO, d 4 Dec 1972 Vega TX; m Rena
Dumm (3 sons); .
Julia, b 23 Jan 1885 Rockhouse, AR, d 6 Sep 1948 Altoona KS, m Bert
Robert B., b Rockhouse AR, d 24 Dec 1948 Oklahoma City OK; .
Annie, b 11 Feb
1891, d 7 Apr 1907 Carney OK; 11 Dollie Bell, b 1892 Choteau OK, d 1918 Little Rock AR; 12
William (Bill), b 23 Aug 1893, d 25 Apr 1960 Vega TX; 13 Hugh, b 28 May 1897 Omega AR, d
31 Dec 1935; 14 Medoc (Duckie), b 13 Mar 1899, d Pittsburg KS, 15 Walter Raymond, b 26
Nov 1901 Chetopa KS, d Altoona KS.
J7. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN HAYNER, b 1 Jan 1821? in Washington Co., NY, b 1823 in NY
acc. to his discharge papers; age 24 on 1850 census, age 37 in 1860 census, age 38 at enlistment
in Aug 1862; he d 6 Apr 1884 Greene Co. MO; was a private in the 7th Missouri Cavalry,
Company I, discharged 27 Feb 1863 because of chronic hepatitis contracted in the service. He
was a blacksmith and carpenter. In 1850 he was living in Saline MO in the home of his ststerwith
hHed was living He married in Lebanon, Marion Co., KY 5 Jun 1854 Sophronia Ann Skinner,
who was age 15 by her own statement; b Jan or Oct 1839 in Louisville KY, d 4 Mar 1911, d/o
Taliaferro Skinner (per Peggy Fuller). She was probably part Indian, according to tradition in
family of her great-grandson Harry Hayner. She ran away from home at age 15 to marry and was
disowned by her father. She died 4 Mar 1911 in Christian Co., MO. The following record of
births of their 12 children is from a Bible of Mrs S. A. Hayner, notarized at Billings, MO in 1886
at the time of her pension claim; some deaths were added later. The three oldest children are
listed in the 1860 census of Saline Co., MO.
+ J20.John Henry, b 7 Mar 1855 KY
J21.Isabel Harding (Belle), b 30 Oct 1856 MO; m 20 Mar 1884 Charles Saltkill.
J22.Mary Elizabeth, b 28 Oct 1858 MO
J23.Julia Ann, b 11 Jun 1862
J24.Nancy Helen, b 1 Nov 1864; m 1 Nov 1884 R. L. Robinson
J25.George Thomas, b 12 Sep 1867, d 17 Aug 1886?
J26.James William (Jim), b 21 Jun 1869
J27.Martha Jane, b 2 Jul 1871, d 1887; m John Perkins
J28.Sarah Virginia, b 20 May 1873, d 1889
J29.Benjamin Franklin, b 20 Feb 1875, d 4 Mar 1911 (pension)
J30.Amanda Susan, b 27 Jul 1876, d 1892
J31.Edward Oliver, b 18 Sep 1878, d 1897
J9. DAVID D. HAYNER, b ca 1830 KY; m Louisa A., b ca 1831 MO.
J32.Francis J., b ca 1853 MO (?)
J33.William D., b ca 1855 MO
J34.Louisa, b ca 1857 MO
J11. LUCINDA HAYNER, b 1817, d ca 1879, age 62y; m ca 1836 or 1837 in KY Simon Best,b
1814 in KY. Tradition is that Lucinda was a cousin of John Rowan, owner and master of
“Federal Hill,” better known as “My Old Kentucky Home” of Bardstown, KY in the neighboring
county. Mrs. John Rowan was Anne Lytle, b 1774 near Carlisle, PA, and Mrs John Rowan Jr.
was supposedly a niece of Francis Scott Key. Issue: (BEST) [they had 12 ch]
J13. CATHARINE HAYNER, b ca 1820; m(1) 4 Aug 1846 Joseph Norris Joseph Norris was in
1850 census with children Levi (age 12, James H. (age 8) and Mary Waters (age 1) perhaps a
relative. This line is not known with certainty. Issue: (NORRIS)
J36.James (or James Henry)
J13. CATHARINE HAYNER, b ca 1820, m (2) 1863 Robert J. Simms
J14. NANCY HAYNER, b— , m25 Jan 1847 Thomas N. Cross. Issue:(CROSS) [rootsweb
states 2 ch, names not given in HFN Summer 2003]
J40.Lily Jane, b— ,d 6 Jun 1956. She m Lawrence Welchian Cahill; both are bu at later,
Saline Co. MO. Issue: .
Charles, left MO for TX when his ch were very young, who were raised
by his sister Sue [Cahill] Chambers. Charles last known in TX where he worked for a large oil
company (1 son, 1 daughter). .
Nancy Elizabeth (“Bess”) b 1 Nov 1889, d Mar 1981 near
Versailles, Morgan Co. MO. .
Samuel, b 23 Jul 1893, d Nov 1964; m Alma — ; (1 son). .
Mae; m Robert Henry Chambers. .
Boyd Byron, b 1 Aug 1898, d Nov 1977 Saline Co MO;
m(1) Nellie Cundrif (2 stepchildren); m(2) Nannie [Fizer] Morton (10 stepchildren). .
Patrick (“Pat”), b 10 Jan 1901, d 7 Mar 1989; m 16 Jun 1943 Cora Irene Key (1 daughter) .
Louis A., b 18 Jan 1903, d 1 May 1994, m Lucy Mae Deibel. He was a pressman (1 son, 1
Rosalie, b 14 Jul 1906, d 23 Dec 1992; m Samuel E. Maxwell. .
Bernard, b 8 Oct
1908, d 5 Dec 1993; farmer at Bogard, MO; m Gladys — (1 son, 5 daughters).
J15. JAMES HAYNER, b 11 Nov 1828, d 13 Apr 1900 Clarinda, IA; bu Coin, IA. He m Susan
Linton, d/o William Linton & Elizabeth Lynn Moran. [rootsweb.com states 8 ch, names not
given in HFN Summer 04]
J51.Martha Elizabeth, b 9 Sep 1850
J52 Solomon, b 22 Apr 1852
J53.John Rowan, b 19 Apr 1855, d 14 Apr 1937; unm; bu Coin, IA.
J54.Nancy Ann, b 1856
J55.Benjamin, b 1858, d 1938; unm; bu Coin, IA.
. + J56.Augusta Jane, b 26 Feb 1862
He mca1839 Pauline Suttles J16. HENRY HAYNER, b ca 1830, d ca 1850 age 19y, d after his
father’s death in 1846 and before his grandfather’s death in 1849. . Their son John was an infant
in 1850 who was represented in a partition suit by his next friend, his uncle Simon Best.
J57.John Rowan, b 10 Apr 1841
J17. LEONIDAS HAYNER, b 26 Oct 1846 in KY, d 28 Dec 1929 in MO; m(1) Susan Emma
Jackson, b 21 Jan 1860; d/o James R. Jackson & Sallie Ware Allin.
J58.Florence Gertrude, b 25 Nov 1881; m — Hitt.
J59.Anna Jackson, b 13 Jul 1883
J60.Susan Emma, b 29 Jan 1885
J17. LEONIDAS HAYNER, b 26 Oct 1846; m(2) 1891 Emma Hockensmith; ch. not known.
However, may have had Floyd (below).
J61.Floyd, b after 1908 (not proved). The estate of “Lon” Haner, probated Nov 1932 in
MO, was left in trust to his son Floyd until he reaches age 21.
J18. ADELAIDE HAYNER, b 30 Nov 1848 Scott Co. KY, d 14 Feb 1920 Macon Co. MO; m 29
Jun 1880 James Henry Ford in Macon Co. MO. Issue: (FORD)
J62.Margaret Susan, b 24 Jul 1881 Callao, Macon Co. MO, d 27 Mar 1958 Macon Co.
MO; m 25 Dec 1901 Icem King. Issue: .
Gordon Ford King.
J64.Grover Cleveland, b 2 Sep 1888 Callao, Macon Co. MO, d 25 Apr 1969
Independence, MO; m 29 Oct 1907 Celia Mitchell King. Issue: (1 daughter)
J19. THOMAS HAYNER, m Mary Dye.
J20. JOHN HENRY HAYNER, b 7 Mar 1855 in Frankfort, KY, d 26 Feb or Mar 1906 in
Kansas City, MO (per his grandson Harry Hayner). He was a machinist for the Frisco RR. —
transferred from Springfield MO to Kansas City in 1903. He married 4 Jan 1880 Sarah Smith
Hessinger (Sadie), born 3 Dec 1859 in Latrobe, PA.
J66.Bert Oliver, b 19 Aug 1881
J67.Effie May, b 16 Nov 1884
J68 Harry Dacon, b 2 Jan 1895
J69.Helen Eunice, b 4 Jul 1899 Springfield, MO, d 19 Nov 1985 (never married). Polio
victim at age 10, head cashier for 45 years.
J22. MARY ELIZABETH HAYNER, b 28 Oct 1858 in Marshall, Saline Co. MO, d 13 Jan
1940, m 30 Jan 1882 William Boyd O’Neal (Bill), s/o Jesse M. O’Neal. William Boyd O’Neal
platted the town of Republic, MO in 1879; he was an uncle of William Albert O’Neal who
married Mary Elizabeth Hayner’s sister Julia Ann Hayner (J23). William Boyd O’Neal had
previously married Sophronia Luce (b 1845, d 1881) Issue: (O’NEAL)
J70.Ada, b 8 Jan 1883, d 1959; m Charles M. Tate, b 21 Dec 1868, d 10 Jun 1933. Issue:
Karen, b 1907
J71.Infant, b 1886, d 1886
J72.William Sherman, b 17 Nov 1887, d 10 Dec 1952; m Ora Young, b 13 Mar 1911.
J73.Etta, b 19 Feb 1893, d 1965; m Walter J. Mauden
J74.Clyde B., b 1900 Christian Co., MO; m 16 Aug 1919 Dorothy Ellingsworth. They
moved to CA; had 5 ch.
J23. JULIA ANN HAYNER, b 11 Jun 1862, d 23 Dec 1943; m William Albert O’Neal (Will),
s/o Jesse Butler O’Neal; b 7 Feb 1861 in MO, d 17 or 11 Apr 1945 Holdenville, OK. Issue:
J75.Nora Butler, b 22 Jun 1885 in MO, d 22 Sep 1953 Phoenix, AZ. She m 14 Mar 1906
James William Peters; issue: .
Pearl Anne, b 2 Mar 1908, d Feb 1995, m(1) aft. 1925 George
Jackson Brittain (children, grandchildren); .
Hilda Evelyn, b ca 1909, d 1951; m(1) aft 1925 —
-Hutchinson; m(2) aft. 1926 James David Brittain; m(3) aft. 1935 Charles Hesseltine (1 son); .
J76.Mary Sophronia Fernetta Anne (known as Mary Anne), b 25 Jun 1886 MO, d 22 Sep
1973 Holdenville, OK. She m 20 Jul 1902 Theodore Chester Horne in Chickasaw Nation (Indian
Territory IT); issue: .
Lewis, b 1900 in IT, (Albert); .
Elmo, b 1902 in IT; she m Walker
Rupe (1 daughter, 2 sons); .
William Chester, b 14 Apr 1903 in IT, d Mar 1985; m Eva Mae
Hawthorne, b 25 Dec 1906, d May 1994 (3 sons, grandchildren) .
J77.Albert Walter (“Bud”), b 1 Jul 1889 in KS, d 19 Oct 1948 in OK; farmer, salesman,
dep. Sheriff, teacher, restaurant owner, grocer north of Sasawka OK. He m(1) May Chadwick, b
20 Oct 1897, d 3 Nov 1918, d/o — Peters. Issue: (2 sons, 1 daughter, grandchildren).
J26. JAMES WILLIAM HAYNER (Jim), b 22 Jun 1869 Saline, MO, d 4 Jun 1954 Muskogee
OK. Farmer, watchman, Bowy Feed. He m 1900 Myrtle Maude Brandon, b 23 Mar 1879, d 12
J78.Koatnie Nell, b 17 Mar 1899, d 24 Aug 1968, teacher?; m(1) John P. Salkil (originally
Saltkill), b 9 Dec 1892, d Jun 1920. Issue: (1 son). She m(2) Alex Courtney.
J79.William Milliard, b 29 Aug 1903
J80.Jessie Elizabeth, b 30 Jul 1905
J81.Doyle Edward, b 9 Mar 1907
J82.Adolphus Hershell, b 26 May 1909
J28.SARAH VIRGINIA HAYNER, b 20 May 1873, d 1889; m Jim Saltkill. Issue:
J30. AMANDA SUSAN HAYNER, b 27 Jul 1876, d 1892; m Bert Rose. Issue: (ROSE)
J51. MARTHA ELIZABETH HAYNER, b 9 Sep 1850 Louisville KY, d 20 Mar 1915 Chelan
WA, m 18 Feb 1868 Ezra Peabody Carpenter, b 7 Mar 1846 Steuben Co.; NY, d 29 Sep 1921
Chelan WA.. He was s/o John S Carpenter of Steuben Co. NY and H. Lodema Whitcomb. Issue:
J90.James Elihugh, b 11 Dec 1868, d 26 Sep 1952, a carpenter. He m(1) 1 Mar 1889
Abbie Trambley, b 1872 (div). Issue: .
Clayton Eugene, b 14 Sep 1889 or Jun 6 1893, d 6 Jun
1973; m 25 Sep 1913 Julia Fay Livingston, b 17 Dec 1889, d 28 Apr 1974 (2 sons), .
Vernon, b 21 Nov 1895, d 16 May 1981, m 10 Dec 1919 Leah Olive Knowles, b 14 Jun 1903, d
1944 (2 daughters) .... m(2) Ora Henderson, issue: .
son, grandchildren; .
J91.Flora Lodema , b 11 Jan 1871, d 13 Jun 1955, m Frank Daniels, b 28 Feb 1870, d 17
May 1956, an orchardist in Wenatchee WA. Issue: .
Edna Flora, b 27 Sep 1893, d 22 Sep 1983,
m 22 Dec 1915 Louis Alphonso Visnaw, b 12 Apr 1882, d 12 Apr 1954 (2 sons, 2 daughters); .
Fredondall (“Fred”), b 1 Apr 1895, d 10 Jul 1923, m Eva [Yocum] Paton, a widow. Fred adopted
her daughters Pat and Bernice. .
Clifford Carpenter, b 18 Dec 1897, d 25 Feb 1978; m 29 Nov
1923 Dorothy Nellie Freeman, b 1 Jan 1901, d 20 Oct 1994 (1 son, 2 daughters), .
Ella June, b
8 Jun 1899, d 24 Nov 1925, m 22 Aug 1916 George Arthur (“Joe”) Bainard (4 daughters, 3
Frank Jr, b 2 Jun 1900, m 7 Nov 1922 Ruby Lillian Akers (2 daughters, 1 “infant”); .
J92.John Rowen, b 12 Jul 1873, d 30 Sep 1956 Anaheim CA, m 12 Mar 1908 Millie Edith
Boyd. He was a miner and a gold prospector; no issue.
J93.Roxa Ann, b 14 Nov 1875, d 1976, m 12 Mar 1898 Hiram Le Roy (“Roy ”) Powers.
Victor Le Roy, b 3 Aug 1899, d 1963, m 4 Mar 1924 Margaret Ostrum, b 6 Mar 1899 (2
Herbert, b 1900, .
Gladys Roxa, b 2 Jan 1902, m Jun 27 1925 Herbert Wenling
French, b 16 Jul 1888, d 15 Jul 1974 (1 son, 2 daughters); .
Eva Mildred, b 9 Oct 1904, m 15
Dec 1928 Chester Noyes, b 7 Oct 1897, d 18 Oct 1980 (1 son, 2 daughters); .
Harry Selway, b 8
Sep 1906, m 28 Dec 1928 Rosa Belle Kelsey, b 18 Mar 1909, d Jan 1991 (4 sons, 2 daughters);
Margaret (Marjorie?) Beatrix, m 17 Jan 1928, d 1 Aug 2000, m 17 Jan 1928 David H. Moss
(div)(1 daughter); .
daughter, grandchildren; .
daughter, grandchildren; .
J94.Eva Jane, b 24 Oct 1881, d 18 Feb 1976, m 23 Oct 1907 Leonard Luther Harn, b 15
Oct 1887, d 1969. Issue: .
Lillian Elizabeth, b 31 Jul 1908, d 19 May 2000, m 12 Jun 1944
Vernal Leaton Carman, b 30 Jun 1908, d 12 Apr 1974 (1 daughter, 1 son); .
son, grandchildren; .
son (twin), grandchildren; .
daughter (twin), grandchildren.
J95.Charles Benjamin, b 1 Oct 1884, d 1942, never married.
J96.Harry Solomon, b 13 Jan 1890, d 5 May 1983, m 5 Jun 1917 Mary Nelsene Petersen,
b 26 Jul 1891, d 21 Dec 1983. Issue: 3 sons, 2 daughters, grandchildren.
J52. SOLOMON HAYNER, b 22 Apr 1852 IA, d 24 Jan 1929 Coin, IA; m 9 Jan 1874 Julia
Elizabeth Girton, b 12 Sep 1857, d 2 Jun 1928, d/o Joseph & Sarah Girton.
J97.(daughter), b 1880, d 1881 (twin)
J98.(daughter), b 1880, d 1881 (twin)
J99.Roy F., b 1883, d 1964; m(1) Jennie C.; m(2) Frances L. Caldwell.
J100.Joseph, b 1885, d 6 Apr 1906
+ J101.James Pearl, b 4 Oct 1888 (twin)
J102.John Earl, b 4 Oct 1888 (twin), d 1918 in France in W.W.I
J103.William Clement (Clem), b 1895; m Sylvia Parker.
J54. NANCY ANN HAYNER, b 1856, d 1942; bu Coin, IA; m William G. Austin, b 7 Sep
1851 Portsmouth, OH, d 19 Dec 1970 St. Joseph, MO.
Issue in Coin, IA: (AUSTIN)
J104.Lottie Ellen, b 10 Jan 1876, d 19 Feb 1946; m(1) Tom Weaver; m(2) Grant Ruby.
J105.James Nelson, b 15 Mar 1880, d Sep 1931; m Minnie Miller.
J106.Lillie Mae, b 31 Aug 1886, d 31 Oct 1967; m William H. Dirks.
J107.William Franklin, b 25 Sep 1889; m Minnie Miller Austin (widow of hs brother
J56. AUGUSTA JANE HAYNER, b 26 Feb 1862, d 4 Apr 1938 College Springs, IA; m 25 Dec
1879 Hadley Johnson Polsley, b 1855, d 1926, s/o John H. Polsley & Phoebe Jones; res Coin,
IA. Issue: (POLSLEY)
J108.Bertha Pearl, b 14 Oct 1880, d 5 Mar 1912; m H. D. (Pete) Ellis. Issue: .
Albert Smith (2 sons, 2 daughters); .
Earl (“Bud”)(d), m Gladys Woods (d) (1 son).
J109.Clement Gardner, b 1882, d 1969; m Lida Carrie Christy. Issue: .
Frances, m Milton
Havermale (1 daughter); .
Melbourne, m Gwen Wilson (2 sons); .
Thelma, m Kenneth Potter.
J110.William Cleve, b 1884, d 1961; m(1) Lottie Cheshire; m(2) Bernadine Lowe, issue: .
J111.Maude Ellen, b 1887, d 1962; m Jim Smith, res Omaha, NE. Issue: .
Ethyl, d.y.; .
Paul, m Dorothy Rosicky (2 sons); .
Harold, m Jackie (1 son, 1 daughter); .
Webster (1 son).
J112.Grace Augusta, b 1890, d 1954; m Elza Adams (d); telephone operator at Coin, IA.
Issue: 4 sons, grandchildren.
J113.Flora Kathryn, b 23 Feb 1892, d 9 Nov 1938; m Ben Twaddle (d), res Braddyville,
IA. Issue: 3 daughters, 2 sons, grandchildren.
J114.Ray Franklin, b 21 Oct 1897, d 9 Nov 1968; m 1 Jun 1922 Ruth Elna Handorf, b 1
Jan 1901, d 3 May 1981. Issue: 2 sons—1 stillborn, 3 daughters, grandchildren.
J115.Esther Blanch, b 1901, d 1974; m Ernest Smith. Issue: 4 daughters, 4 sons.
J116.John Hayner, b 1903, d 1964; m(1) Letha Brown. Issue: 2 sons, 2 daughters.
J117.James Elmer, b 1908, d 16 Oct 1967; m 16 Dec 1927 Lina E. Culbertson (d). Issue: 1
son, 1 daughter, grandchildren.
J57. JOHN ROWAN HAYNER, b 10 Apr 1841, d 11 Nov 1925; m Louisville, KY 29 Jan 1863
Mary Humphrey, b 8 Jan 1844, d 5 Jan 1912. Settled on a farm east of Slater, Saline Co., MO,
where he owned thoroughbred race horses and fine fox hounds.
J118.James Albert, b 19 Nov 1863
J119.Jane, m Sparks
J120.Mary Lou, m Tennell
J124.Maranda May, m Bolling
J125.Katherine, m Nayber (probable)
J59. ANNA JACKSON HAYNER, b 13 Jul 1883; m Charles Virgil Goodson, b 30 Nov 1880.
J127.Katherine Sue, b 6 Jul 1906; m James O. Robnett; Macon,MO.
J128.John Hayner, b 24 Jun 1909; m Janeva Rogers.
J60. SUSAN EMMA HAYNER b 29 Jan 1885; m William Patterson Browning; res Macon,
MO. Issue: (BROWNING)
J66. BERT OLIVER HAYNER, b 19 Aug 1881, d 26 Dec or Mar 1961; b in Cherokee Nation,
Indian Territory. He m(1) Susie Lee — . Bert once told his nephew Harry that “great-grandma
Hayner was a full-blooded Indian,” but he couldn’t remember her name.
J66. BERT OLIVER HAYNER, b 19 Aug 1881, m(2) Coachita — .
J67. EFFIE MAY HAYNER, b 16 Nov 1884, d 25 Nov 1913; m 23 Mar 1907 Frank Laverne
Roberts, a butcher in Kansas City, MO. Issue: (ROBERTS)
J136.Effie Bonita, b 2 Feb 1908, d 2 Feb 1974; m James R. McKay.
J137.Victor Laverne, was soldier in last U.S. cavalry outfit, Brownsville, TX 1928-32.
J68. HARRY DACON HAYNER, b 2 Jan 1895 Springfield, MO, d 29 Aug 1981; he stated to
his son Harry Jr. that he was part Indian; he m 19 Apr 1922 Leona Josephine Frank. He never
used his middle initial; was a semi-pro baseball player for KC Southern and was an engineer on
the Kansas City Southern RR for 52 years. He had 4 ch including Harry Jr. of Kansas City, MO
J79. WILLIAM MILLIARD HAYNER, b 29 Aug 1903, d 16 Aug 1938; a farmer at
Muskogee, OK. He m Billie Toon. Milliard committed suicide after his wife ran off with another
man, and his little girls were placed in an orphanage in Pryor, OK.
J80. JESSIE ELIZABETH HAYNER, b 30 Jul 1905, d 9 Dec 1970; m 1 Jan 1932 Albert
Charles Swart, Jr., b 19 Jun 1906, d 7 Apr 1978. Issue: (SWART)
J81. DOYLE EDWARD HAYNER, b 9 Mar 1907, d 1969; U.S.A., bu Ft. Gibson Nat, Cem.,
Muskogee, OK. He m Rebecca Davis-Tucker, b 21 Feb 1915. They adopted a son.
Doyle E. Hayner wrote in 1967 that his Hayner grandfather may have been Benjamin, originally
from New York State, who married a Skinner of Louisville, KY. Her father was displeased with
the marriage (possibly because of her tender age of 14 or 15) and she was disinherited. The
Hayners migrated to Missouri near Springfield and raised a large family. After Doyle’s
grandfather’s death and his grandmother’s remarriage, his father left his home in MO at age 14,
became a cowboy in Texas and Oklahoma and a Sooner in the Oklahoma Run. Doyle’s father and
the father’s(?) older brother John died before he left MO. A younger brother is said to have
played baseball with the Kansas City team and raised a large family there. There are many
allusions in Doyle’s information that ties in with our J7 family as related by Harry Hayner and
others. Doyle’s son could not be reached in 1989, and we are no longer in touch with this family.
J82. ADOLPHUS HERSHELL HAYNER, b 26 May 1909, d 28 Dec 1973; farmer, Muskogee,
OK. He m Juanita J. Smith, b 26 Dec 1917, d 11 May 1979; cook at Bacone College. They
adopted a son.
J94. JAMES PEARL HAYNER, b 4 Oct 1888 (twin), d 1961; m 6 Dec 1923 Caroline May
Probasco, b 21 Sep 1900, d Feb 1972 Clarinda, IA, d/o William Sanford Probasco & Ada
J96. WILLIAM CLEMENT HAYNER (Clem), b 1895; m Mar 1922 Sylvia Parker.
J118. JAMES ALBERT HAYNER, b 19 Nov 1863, d 28 Sep 1955. Came to MO with parents
in covered wagon when 9 years old.
J166.John Jacob, b 17 Apr 1886, d 1963
J167.Annie May, b 1 Nov 1888; m Keehart
J168 Albert Franklin, b 16 Jul 1890, d 4 Oct 1896
J169.Inez Alberta, b 6 Feb 1900; m Smith
K. MICHAEL HAYNER
To U.S. 1840
Michael Hayner, born 1807, spelled his name Hanner in Germany; he had a sister who lived in
Frankfurt, Germany. He and two brothers (names unknown) came to America about 1840. The
name was changed to Hayner by Michael and his brothers after their arrival in the United States.
[K] MICHAEL HAYNER, b 1807 in Germany, perhaps Frankfurt, d 1890 in America. He m
Rosena, b 1814, d 1889; dates from their markers at Elmwood cemetery, West Sand Lake,
Rensselaer Co., NY.
K1.Margaret, b ca 1838; age 12 in 1850 census West Sand Lake.
+ K2. John Martin, b 1848, d 1923. Enlisted 10 Sep 1864 in the 13th Artillery; his discharge
papers give his name as John Martin Hanner.
K3.Albert, b 1852, d 1920
K4.Liffa, d 1920. She may be the dau Margaret.
K2. JOHN MARTIN HAYNER, b 1848, d 1923; res on a farm at Averill Park, NY which has
remained in the family for over a century. He m Caroline Eckstine, b 1851, d 1943.
K5.John Albert, b 1874
K6.George Francis (Frank), b 1881
K3. ALBERT HAYNER, b 1852, d 1920; m Mary Scheer, b 1853, d 1945.
K7.Arthur A., b 1888
K8.Rosena A., b 1882, d 1942; bu West Sand Lake, NY; unm.
K5. JOHN ALBERT HAYNER, b 1874, d 1952; m Catherine Rogge, b 1879, d 1939; both are
bu Waterford, NY.
K9.Mildred Caroline, b 1905; m Arthur Gould, b 1903, d 1973; no ch. Res. Boynton
K10.Lillian Catherine, b 1907; unm. Res. Boynton Beach, FL.
K6. GEORGE FRANCIS HAYNER (Frank), b 1881, d 1973; m Elizabeth, b 1885, d 1964
K7. ARTHUR A. HAYNER, b 11 May 1888, d 19 Dec 1960; m(1) Lulu M. Breeze, b 1893, d
1919; m(2) Marie F. Hermans, b 17 Sep 1897, d 12 May 1982.
L. JOHN HANER
This John Haner was born somewhere in Germany; nothing much is known about him except for
his birthdate in 1840.
[L] JOHN HANER, b 1840 in Germany, d 1904 in San Francisco, CA. He m Mary Cambridge,
b 1844, d 1910 in Los Angeles, CA.
L1.William, b 17 Sep 1864
L2.Frances, b 1865, d 1920 Portland, OR.
L3.Elizabeth, b 1867, d 1896 San Francisco, CA.
L4.Joseph, b 1874, d 1902 Fresno, CA.
L5.Josephine, b 1876, d 1921 Sacramento, CA.
L1. WILLIAM HANER, b 17 Sep 1864 Iowa City, IA; d 21 Jan 1917 Portland, OR. He m 17
Oct 1893 Bessie May Galentine, b 3 Aug 1874 Hubbard, OR, d 25 Dec 1952 Portland, OR, d/o
David Galentine & Julia
L6.Leslie Twynam, b 22 Jul 1895
L7.Doris Helene, b 4 Jun 1896
L8.Russell David, b 29 Mar 1906
L9.Charles Maxwell, b 12 Oct 1908
L6. LESLIE TWYNAM HANER, b 22 Jul 1895 Portland, OR, d 2 Jun 1971 Portland, OR. He
m 11 Sep 1930 Florence Elizabeth Sachet, b 21 Oct 1908 Portland, OR, d 1 Sep 1979 Portland,
OR, d/o Alva Hamilton Sachet & Grace Jeanette Rieboff.
M. FREDERICK HEINER
York Co., PA
Frederick Heiner (Hyner, Hiner) was the 6th of 10 children of Philip Heiner who was born in
Weinheim, Germany ca 1718. Philip came to PA on the ship “Nancy”, Capt. William Wallace,
signed the immigration paper in his own hand as Philipp Hainer, and took the oath of allegiance
on 30 Sep 1738, age 20 years. Philip(p) married in Germany, but his wife’s name is not known;
he settled in Dover Township, York Co., PA. This place is in the part of York Co. out of which
present Cumberland Co. was formed. Philip’s older brothers John and William Hüner (Hiner)
came to America at about the same time, landed at Perth Amboy, NJ and first settled near
Hunterdon, NJ. John joined his brother Philip in York Co., PA, and some of William’s family
went to Maryland whence they spread to the western part of the country.
This family has been traced 4 generations earlier than Philip, to Philipp Jacob (1693), s/o
Hans Adam (1662), s/o Herman (1590), s/o Leonhart Hüner who died in Weinheim ca 1597.
They were physicians and vineyard-holders on the border between Hesse and the Palatinate.
Leonhart’s baptismal sponsor was Herman Gössgens of Jülich on the lower Rhine, a possible
origin of the family, but note that Jülich is some 180 miles north of Weinheim, near the Holland
border. Leonhart was the first to add the “er” to the name Hüen or Hain, a word signifying a
“cock”. Addition of “er” signifies a group of people involved with roosters or cocks. Others
believe that the name was that of a remote ancestor who from his bravery or aggressive
disposition was nicknamed with the old Middle-High German word for “cock.” All old coats-ofarms
have a cock or rooster, but there is no record of this shield being granted to any particular
Hüner/Heiner family. We have not made a connection with the Storndorf family of our Johannes
It would take us too far afield to give details of this large and well-researched
“Pennsylvania Dutch” family; we refer you to two published studies of the family: They Went
West, by John R. Hensell and Charles M. Heiner (1987, 233 pages, $25 from John Hensell, 7720
Bradford St., Houston, TX 77087) and The John and Jane Fleming Hayner Genealogy, by Laura
E. Rosnagle (1983, 486 pages, $37.95, available in some libraries. We give as unconnected lines
only the direct ancestry of the persons mentioned above, who have been in touch with the Hayner
Family Association for many years, and refer you to their books for complete listings.
[M] FREDERICK HEINER (Hyner), b ca 1752 in York Co., PA, was commissioned a First
Lieutenant 1778 York Co. Militia, 8th Company, 7th Bat., Capt. George Gisselman. He m ca
1775 Magdalena — ; three of the children were bp in Emanuel Ref Church, York Co., PA where
he was a church officer. He sold out in Mifflin Twp., York Co. on 1 Mar 1784 and moved to
Venango Co., PA. Possibly there was a another child in addition to those listed here. The place
of burial of Frederick and Magdalena not known.
M1.Robert, b 15 Aug 1778 [Hyner]
M2.John, bp 10 Oct 1780 [Hayner]
M3.Elizabeth, bp 10 Oct 1782
M4.Susannah, bp 9 Feb 1784
M5.James, b 1787 Venango Co., PA, res Irwin, PA [Hainer]
M6.David Augustus, b 1791, Ohio River pilot, early 1800s (unproved).
M1. ROBERT HEINER (HYNER), b 15 Aug 1778 York Co., PA; was a Major, 132nd
Pennsylvania Regiment under General Meade at Erie; later at Camp Lee. He married twice, had a
total of 24 children, not all listed here. He m(1) 16 Nov 1798 Nancy Johnston; she died and he
M7.James, b 2 Sep 1799, a private in War of 1812; obtained a grant of 160 acres in
Fleming Co., KY; m Sarah Mitchell; one posthumous son.
M8.Frederick, b 28 Oct 1800
M9.Joseph, b 16 Nov 1802, d 19 May 1871 Adams Co., OH; m(1) 1824 Abiah Hopkins,
had issue; m(2) 1843 Lucinda Osman, had issue; m(3) 1847 Elizabeth Boles Johnson, had issue.
M10.Margaret, b Vanango Cty PA, m 1828 Reuben Plummer, Fleming Co., KY.
M11.Samuel, b 3 Dec 1807, d 26 Jun 1890 Fleming Co., KY; m 1839 Rosalinda
McGregor, had issue.
M12.Nancy, b 16 Oct 1813 (twin), m(1) 1832 Peter Sever, Fleming Co., KY, had issue;
m(2) 1838 Mark Gilkenson, had issue.
M13.Robert, b 16 Oct 1813 (twin), d 2 Feb 1886; m(1) 1834 Harriet Ball, of Balltown,
Venango Co. PA, had issue; m(2) 1857 Harriet Waldo, no issue.
M14 not used
M1. ROBERT HYNER, b 15 Aug 1778; m(2) 10 Mar 1818 Mahala Calvert, a descendant of
the family that founded Maryland.
M15.Elizabeth, b 6 Jan 1819 near Camp Lee, VA, d 30 Apr 1820.
M16.Jesse [he and his family used Hiner], b 10 15 1820; m(1); m(2) 1843 Martha Roberts,
had issue; to Iowa with his brothers.
M17.David, b 29 Jan 1822, d 23 Feb 1865; m 1844 Marinda Roberts, had issue.
M18.William Calvert, b 8 Apr 1824, d 1892, m 1843 Elizabeth Chambers, had issue.
M19.Thomas Jefferson, b 10 Jun 1826, d 5 Oct 1904; m 1848 Elizabeth Inman, had issue
M20.Henry, b 1827, d 13 Oct 1887; m 1855 Lucinda Hamilton, had issue.
M21.Andrew Jackson, b 16 Dec 1828, d in KY, killed by night riders; m Nancy Day; had
M22.Mary Jane, b 1832, m 1849 Clumpson Bald; no issue.
M23.Mahala (Huner), b 16 Dec 1833, d 13 May 1857.
M24.George Washington, b 30 Nov 1834, d 25 Dec 1904; to IA with his brothers, then
MO and CO; m Matilda Hughes, had issue.
M2. JOHN HAYNER, b 23 Feb 1780; bp 10 Oct 1780 Emanuel Ref Chrch, York Co., PA; d 21
Sep 1860 Springboro, OH; m 12 Sep 1816 Jane Fleming, b 22 Apr 1791, d 20 Jun 1858, d/o
William Fleming of Fredericksburg, VA. Since he was age 36 at this marriage, he may have been
married before in PA. John went from somewhere in PA, possibly Venango Co., to VA ca 1814;
children all born near Winchester, VA. They came to Springboro, Warren Co., OH with their
M25.William Frederick, b 20 Jan 1820 [Rosnagle ancestor]
M26.Anna Maria, b 1 Jan 1822, d 8 Jan 1853; m 14 Mar 1843 Joseph Kelly Haines, b 13
Dec 1821, d 13 May 1901; 7 ch.
M27.Jane Ellen, b 17 Feb 1824, d 10 Feb 1839
M28.John Puter, b 15 Sep 1825, d 6 Mar 1902; m 19 Dec 1865 Julia Ann Kesling, b 27
Nov 1831, d 1 Aug 1915; 4 ch.
M29.Mary E., b 22 Feb 1827, d 5 Apr 1900; m 7 Sep 1851 Asher B. Borden, b 16 May
1822, d 16 May 1904; 7 ch.
M30.Frances (Martha), b 25 Mar 1829, d Apr 1913; m 7 Apr 1863 John William Taylor, b
1837, d 27 Dec 1925; 2 ch.
M31.Jacqueline, b 26 Dec 1831, d 10 Apr 1909; m 24 Mar 1858 John W. Blosee, b 4 Apr
1834, d 30 Dec 1923; 2 ch.
M32.Frank, b 14 Feb 1835
M8. FREDERICK HEINER (Hiner), b 28 Oct 1800 York Co., PA, d 8 Apr 1838 Fleming Co.,
KY of pneumonia contracted while deer hunting. He followed his brother James to Fleming Co.
and in 1824 obtained a grant of 50 acres adjoining his brother’s. The old home still stood in 1958
between Poplar Plains and Plummer’s Mill, KY. He m 8 May 1823 Rebecca Pointer, b 1806
KY, d 17 Aug 1870 Fleming Co., KY; d/o Samuel Potts Pointer This order of children and dates
are from Hensell’s 1958 book, revised by correspondence with him in 1990.
M33.James, b 26 Dec 1823 [Hensell, Randle ancestor]
M34.Robert, b 7 Feb 1825 [Heine ancestor]
M35.Samuel, b 11 Nov 1826, d 5 Dec 1897; m 1 May 1851 Priscilla Jones, b 29 Oct 1832,
M36.Margaret, m 23 Mar 1850 Martin McGregor; issue: .
Frederick, b 17 Jun 1852, m
Mar 23 1880 Nancy Jane Davis, b 4 Dec 1856, d 25 Aug 1923 (Dora 1881, Robert 1883, Mae
1890, Hiner 1891), .
another child, name unknown.
M37.Nancy, d 14 Feb 1884; m 14 Feb 1860 George William Glass; had issue.
M38.Joseph, b 2 Mar 1830 Fleming Co. TX, d 10 Aug 1903 Alvord, TX; married Miss
M.J. — , d 31 Aug 1932 Alvord, TX; had issue.
M25. WILLIAM FREDERICK HAYNER, b 9 Jan 1820 in or near Winchester, VA; d 5 Jul
1898; m(1) 25 Aug 1842 Catharine Branstrator, d 25 Aug 1842 (?), no issue. He m(2) 3 Mar
1853 Sarah Embra Oakley, b 27 Jul 1825, d 5 Jul 1898 (?). He came to Springboro, Warren
Co., Ohio between 1832 and 1842.
+ M39.Alice, b 1 Dec 1854, d 9 Mar 1930; m 9 Oct 1872 Francis Elwood Rosnagle, b 6
May 1850, d 15 May 1930.
M40.Evaline, b 23 Jan 1856, d 19 Feb 1933; m 31 Jan 1877 Joseph Courtland Hormell, b
5 Dec 1848, d 23 Jan 1898; 11 ch.
M41.James, b 29 Jul 1857, d 24 Oct 1877; unm; killed in hunting accident.
M42.William, b 3 Jan 1859, d 8 Oct 1899; unm.
M43.John Randolph, b 23 Aug 1861, d 23 Aug 1957; m 23 Mar 1895 Anna Richardson, b
26 Aug 1875, d 28 Jul 1948; 1 dau.
M44.Emma Laura, b 23 Aug 1863 (twin), d 9 Jun 1896; unm.
M45.Alfred Monroe, b 23 Aug 1863 (twin), d 12 Mar 1940; unm.
M33. JAMES HINER, b 26 Dec 1823 Fleming Co., KY, d 10 Jan 1883 Granbury, TX; came to
Texas in 1843; m(1) Para Lee Williams in Navarro Co., TX.
M46.Joseph Hampton, b 18 Aug 1851, d 7 Mar 1918 Farwell, TX; m 1871 Harriet Lusk,
had issue. He succeeded his father as County Clerk of Hood Co., TX, served several terms as
County Clerk of Parmer Co., TX.
M47.Nancy E., b 22 Jan 1853, d 4 Apr 1854.
M48.Margaret E., b 1 Aug 1854, d 2 May 1923; m Hon. Ballard Wohlford, a member of
the Texas Legislature; had issue.
M49.James F., b 13 May 1857, d 22 Oct 1857.
M33. JAMES HINER, b 26 Dec 1823; m(2) 4 Nov 1859 Martha Margaret Abney, b 6Jun
1844 Weakley Co, TX, d 7 Jul 1917 Granbury, TX. Both are bu Acton, TX.
M50.Thomas Henry, b 10 Sep 1860, d 30 Apr 1940; Sheriff Hood Co., TX, 1894-96;
farmer, county Auditor, abstractor, 32nd Degree Mason; m Ollie Alvira Crockett, granddau of
David Crockett; 4 ch.
M51.Sarah Antonia, b 17 Aug 1862, d 27 Mar 1932 Somerville Co., TX. m(1) 1884
James H. Lowe, had issue. He died and she m(2) Lewis Pruitt Merrill, had issue.
M52.Lee Forest, b 3 Oct 1864, d 8 Jan 1946 Wagoner, OK; bu Acton, TX; m 1890 Ella
Harvey; had issue.
M53.Helen Alta, b 6 Feb 1867, d 19 Jul 1938 O’Donnell, TX; m 31 Aug 1884 John Peter
Randle, b 31 Dec 1859 in TN, d 12 Sep 1920 O’Donnell TX. Issue: .
James Greene, b 27 Jul
1885, d 18 Aug 1979, m(1) 18 Apr 1907 Dollie May Stewart (2 sons, d.y., 2 daughters); m(2) 3
Mar 1953 Minta Eunice Kite; .
Thomas Devereaux, b 15 Jul 1887, d 21 Feb 1958; m 26 Nov
1913 Minnie Bell Bilbo (1 daughter); .
Maggie Helen, b 16 Oct 1889, d 11 Apr 1962, m 5 Jun
1910 Luke Riley (2 sons, 2 daughters); .
Welborn Lee, b 1 Dec 1891, d 15 Jul 1968, m 24 Dec
1912 Katherine Smith (3 daughters); .
John Peyton, b 23 Jan 1894, d 1 May 1970, Placitas,
NM; m(1) 30 Nov 1916 Lydia Edna Dupuy (5 sons, 1 daughter), m(2) 7 Jun 1943 Viola Dobbs;
Fleta Eppie, b 9 Apr 1896, d 20 Jun 1976, m 23 Ju 1915 Walter Glenn (3 sons); .
Joe Hiner, b
8 Nov 1898, d 19 Jan 1966, m(1) Irene Braughten; m(2) Myrtle Lee Clark Ragsdale (1 son); .
Alfred Neil, b 31 Jan 1902, d 3 Aug 1968, m 26 Dec 1930 Hertha Mae Smith; .
Rex Ryle, b 13
Apr 1905, d 3 Feb 1962, m 4 May 1940 Imogene Baldwin (1 daughter).
M54.John Jackson, b 25 Dec 1869, d 15 Sep 1936; bu Granbury, TX; m 1894 Etta Beatty,
had issue. A noted lawyer, District Attorney.
M55.Fannie Della, b 15 Feb 1872, d 10 Dec 1942; bu Acton, TX; m 1888 James Maloney;
M56.Eppie Rosetta, b 24 Mar 1875, d 17 Feb 1952 Denver, CO; m 1896 Leslie Bradley;
+ M57.Claudie Don Zella, b 28 Jun 1879 Granbury, TX, m 5 Dec 1907 Robert Ferrell
M58.Marvin Neil, b 14 Feb 1882, killed while serving as Deputy Sheriff of Hood Co.,
TX.; m Victoria Morrison; had issue.
M34. ROBERT HINER, b 7 Feb 1825, d Sep 1903 Carrollton, KY. Minister and Presiding Elder
of KY Conference of the M.C. Church. He m 14 Sep 1846 Melissa Taylor,b18 Dec1827,d7
Oct 1892, d/o BennomiTaylor & Sarah P. Stamper.
NOTE:The writings of John Hensell give as children of this Robert Hiner and wife Melissa —
just three children: (1)Robert; (2)Money Welburn, a minister, admitted to KY conference as M.
W. Hiner, m Mary Springs Tucker; (3)Edward (who is not placed in Jane Heine’s list, below)
M59.Meonny Welburn, b 10 Jul 1847
M60.Mort M., b ca 1850
M61.Charles P., b ca 1851
M63.Robert M., b ca 1853, d after 1923; head of Wells Fargo Express Company acc. to
his brother’s obit.
M64.Frederick Taylor, b 19 Sep 1854 (correct order?)
M65.Elizabeth, b ca 1856 m. 26 Dec 1876 Thomas B. Abbott
M66.Nancy B., b ca 1858, m — Jones
M39. ALICE HAYNER, b 1 Dec 1854 Springboro, OH, d 9 Mar 1930; m 9 Oct 1872 Francis
Elwood Rosnagle, b 6 May 1850, d 15 May 1930. Issue: (ROSNAGLE)
M67.Mabel Claire, b 21 May 1874, d 14 Jun 1963; m 21 Aug 1895 Howard Ellis
Hathaway, b 19 Mar 1873, d 12 Jun 1950; no issue.
M68.Sarah Edna, b 23 Oct 1875, d 18 Mar 1970; m 21 Mar 1894 Harvey Munger Burnet,
b 10 Feb 1872, d 18 Mar 1966. Issue: .
Catharine Alice, b 17 Oct 1904, m 31 Dec 1924 Harold
Whitaker (1 son, 2 daughters).
M69.Francis Ernest, b 18 Sep 1885, d 17 Apr 1973; he was an M.D; m(1) Sep 15 1913
Lela Dill Jack, b 23 Apr 1882, d 26 Dec 1929; issue: 2 daughters—1 adopted, 1 son,
M70.Laura Elva, b 1 May 1899, d ca 1995; unm. She was Dean of the School of Nursing
and Health at University of Cincinnati; a genealogist and historian; author of a History of her
School of Nursing and Health; author of The Genealogy of John and Jane (Fleming) Hayner,
M57. CLAUDIE DON ZELLA HINER, b 28 Jun 1879 Granbury, TX, m 5 Dec 1907 Robert
Ferrell Hensell, b 19 Jul 1875 St. Charles County, MO; came to Granbury TX in 1906 where he
was an early grocery merchant. Issue: (HENSELL)
M71.Martha Nell, b 28 Nov 1908, d 21 May 1909.
M59. MEONNY WELBURN HINER, b 10 Jul 1847 in Bath Co., KY, d 24 Dec 1923 at
Amidon, ND. Rev. Meonny Hiner was a very active and respected minister of the Kentucky
Conference M.E. Church. He m Mary Tucker of Winchester, KY.
M76.Thomas T., was State’s Attorney of Slope Co., ND
M64. FREDERICK TAYLOR HINER, b 19 Sep 1854, d 12 Dec 1924. He was an MD, born in
Bloomfield, KY, d West Lafayette, IN. He m Margaret Eudora Miller, of Taylorsville, KY. d/o
John Thomas Miller & Sarah Ann Conaway.
M77.Lewis Diehl, b 25 May 1884, d 25 Jan 1959; m 1 Oct 1910 Elizabeth Laura Clark, b
4 Feb 1885, d 22 Jan 1959.
M78.Nancy Maude, b 20 Dec 1886, b 20 Dec 1886, b 26 Apr 1912 C. B. Ellis
M79.Wible, b 24 Aug 1889
M79 . WIBLE HINER, b 24 Aug 1889, d 10 Mar 1959; b and d in West Lafayette, IN, He m 18
Aug 1914 Helen Marie Keller, b 21 Sep 1889, d 16 Jun 1964. Issue in West Lafayette, IN
N. JOHN HENRY HANER/HAYNER
Prussia to Minnesota, 1853
John Henry Haner was born in 1840 in Prussia, Germany (town of birth not known, but believed
to be near the present Holland-Germany border), died in 1914 at Waverly, MN. He emigrated
from Hamburg in 1853, alone, and entered the United States at Baltimore, MD. It is believed he
lived with relatives including an unmarried older sister in Jersey Township, Lycoming Co., PA.
To obtain land he moved to the Minnesota frontier in 1859. In 1861 he enlisted at Monticello,
MN in the First Regiment of Minnesota Volunteer Regiment, and was wounded at Antietam, MD.
When he returned to PA to see his sister, she had married and left; her married name was
unknown and John could never find his sister. At the time of his marriage in 1868 to Catherine
Mary Cook he started to spell his name HAYNER. John Henry and Catherine died on their 80acre
homestead at Waverly, Wright Co., MN; this farm is still occupied by a 3rd-generation
Hayner. The first 3 children were born in Minneapolis; the last 6 were born in Waverly.
[N] JOHN HENRY HANER/HAYNER, b 2 Apr 1840 in Prussia; d 20 Dec 1914 Waverly, MN.
He m 5 Nov 1868 at Minneapolis, MN Catherine Mary Cook, b 1845 Dushore, PA, d 17 Nov
1923 Waverly, MN, d/o Joseph Cook (Koch) of the Rhineland & Theresa Yenny of Alsace
N1.William H., b 1870; unm.
N2.John William, b 17 Nov 1872
N3.Joseph F., b 1874; unm.
N4.George R., b 1876; unm.
N5.Catherine (Kate); b 1879
N6.Caroline, b 24 Apr 1881, d 11 Feb 1947; m Peter Lambert; no ch.
N7.Mary Ann, b 1883
N8.Edward Louis, b 3 Oct 1885
N9.Minnie Catherine, b 9 Aug 1887
N2. JOHN WILLIAM HAYNER, b 17 Nov 1872 Minneapolis, MN, d 2 Sep 1909 New Ulm,
MN; m Jun 1890 at Howard Lake, MN Anna Lena Pykels, b Belgium. They separated after 3
years of marriage. John William never farmed; he was a streetcar motorman, chauffeur, and
primarily carried on land transactions of all kinds.
N10.Joseph William, b 18 Oct 1891
N5. CATHERINE HAYNER (Kate), b May 1879, d May 1950; m 1912 Jacob Kuchenmeister,
b Jul 1866, d Nov 1956. He had previously married Mary Borrell, b 1868, d 1909; had 7 children
by Catherine, but obituary for daughter Helen Lorella says she was the last of 15 siblings,
including Bill, Ray, John, Clara, George, Mary Ann, Catherine, and Josephine, all of whom d bef
18 Feb 2007: Issue: (KUCHENMEISTER)
N16.daughter, d unm.
N7. MARY ANN HAYNER, b 26 Jul 1883, d 3 Jul 1946; m May 1904 Eugene La Fave,b
Canada 1870, d 1954, s/o Jerry La Fave (he was bp in Canada as Cheri Lefevre). Issue: (La
N18.Walter, b 1 Apr 1905, d Sep 1980.
N19.Evert J., b 19 Mar 1906, d 17 Oct 1989.
N20.Harvey B., b 14 Dec 1908, d 16 Dec 1981.
N25.son, d. inf.
N8. EDWARD LOUIS HAYNER, b 3 Oct 1885, d 14 Oct 1960; m Dec 1914 Alma Minnie
Agusta Hirsch, b 22 Sep 1892, d 14 Feb 1942, d/o Carl Hirsch, Jr. & Marie Boehlke
N9. MINNIE CATHERINE HAYNER, b 9 Aug 1887, d 28 Dec 1950; m 11 Oct 1902 Gilbert
Phillip Beauchamp, b 28 Dec 1881, d 3 Jul 1956. He had previously married and had a child,
Rose Anne, whose mother died in childbirth in 1901. Minnie and Gilbert lived at Stillwater, MN.
N30.Lawrence, b 10 Nov 1903, d 20 Nov 1925; unm; bu Waverly.
N10. JOSEPH WILLIAM HAYNER, b 18 Oct 1891 Waverly, MN; d 12 Apr 1962. He m 21
Jun 1913 Armedia Amelia Sjoholm, b 11 Aug 1893, d 11 Apr 1977, d/o Anders Nels Nillson &
Anna Johnson. To obscure his unauthorized departure from Sweden, Anders changed his name to
Andrew Nels Sjoholm. After 5 years in America, he sent for Anna when he had saved enough for
their marriage. They lived at Afton, MN. Joseph also lived at Afton, MN, where their first 5
children were born.
N36.daughter, d in childhood during an influenza epidemic.
[THERE IS NO LINE DESIGNATED AS “O”]
P. CHARLES ENOS HAYNER
The obituary for this man was in a Troy, NY newspaper: “Charles E. Hayner, a Civil War veteran
and well known farmer of Grafton, died Tuesday, at the Troy Hospital, age 70 years. He came to
Grafton from Pittstown about 10 years ago. The survivors are his wife, three sons Elmer, Albert,
and Chester Hayner, his daughter Lena and a sister. Funeral will be held Saturday from the Eagle
Mills Methodist Church.” He is buried in the Eagle Mills Cemetery. It was George Warren
Hayner, son of Chester Hayner, who said that his grandfather Charles Enos Hayner was son of a
Michael Hayner, grandson of a Martin Heiner, and great-grandson of John R. Heiner. We
have been unable to connect these people with the family of the 1710 immigrant Johannes Häner
(Heiner), several of whose sons came to Rensselaer County about 1740. We do not now know the
sources of all of the information below. Note the listing for #1254.Charles E. Hayner in our
Volume 1, s/o George P. Hayner; the connection, if any, is not clear.
[P] CHARLES ENOS HAYNER, b ca 1842, d Nov 1912; came ca 1900 to Grafton from
Pittstown, Rensselaer County NY. He was a farmer. He m 10 Jan 1872 Chloe J. Bonesteel,d
1924, given as Janet in one obit; Chloe J. on tombstone in Eagle Mills NY cem.; probably d/o
Peter J. Bonesteel and Ruba — as they have daughter Chloe J., age 17, in 1870 census for
P3.Elmer Charles, b 17 Nov 1884
P1. ALBERT HAYNER, m Elizabeth Slatcher, sister of James who m Lena Hayner.
P8.Walter; lived in Schenectady, NY.
P9.Mable; m Andrew W. Biggerstaff, Sr.; res Long Meadow, MA.
P12.Gladys, d Oct 1955; unm.
P2. LENA HAYNER, m James C. Slatcher, brother of Elizabeth who m Albert Hayner. Issue:
P13.Esther; m(1); m(2) Walter F. Claus (d); res Schroon Lake, NY. Robert Claus is a
P14.Carol, m Herbert Bruno.
P15.Warren; m Marjorie Schilling; 2 ch; res Albany, NY.
P3. ELMER CHARLES HAYNER, b 17 Nov 1884, d 8 Sep 1963; m Ida Hayner (#2529,
photo on p 240), b 1 Jan 1888, d/o Gilbert Hayner & Martha Coonradt. See under her code
number for their 3 children and descendants:
3478.Raymond Francis, b 5 Jul 1909
P4. CHESTER HAYNER, m Hattie Rudebush, d 24 Feb 1961.
P16.Lillian M., b 1902
P17.Charles Earl, b 1906, d 7 Aug 1984 Troy, NY; m Louise Clark (d).
P22.son (not certain)
P16. LILLIAN M. HAYNER, b. 1902, d 9 Jul 1992; m William E. Jordan, res Green Island,
NY. Issue: (JORDAN) (partial list)
Q. FRANTZ THEOBALD HENNER
Alsace to Canada
This soldier and emigrant to Canada was born 1773 in Gildwiller, Alsace, son of Frantz Theobald
Henner who married Magdalena Bitsch in 16 Nov 1767 in Gildwiller. His great-great-grandfather
(I) Urs Henner and wife Christiane Kemyss migrated from the village of Buttwil, Argovie
(Aarau), Switzerland to Bernwiller, Alsace, about 1682. Successive generations were: (II) Johan
Georg Henner (b 1664), m Barbara Schmerber; (III) Georg Guilhelm Henner (b 1700), m
Catharina Armspach; (IV) Frantz Theobold (senior) (b 1737), m Magdalena Bitsch. The German-
speaking Frantz Theobald (junior) served in the French Army of Napoleon, was taken prisoner in
Spain by the British Army in 1812 and was transferred to a prison camp in London. In March
1813 he joined the Swiss “De Watteville” Regiment of mercenaries, serving under the British flag
in Canada in the war against the United States. He served with the German Battalion of this
regiment in Upper Canada until 1816. After the war, he was sent back to England and discharged;
he married (first) in Alsace. In 1818 he migrated to Canada at Nicolet, Québec, where he married
a second time and had 14 children, including two sets of twins.
[Q] FRANTZ THEOBALD HENNER, b 12 May 1773 Alsace, d 8 Mar 1850 St-Félix, Québec.
He m(1) Emilie Estule in Alsace. He came to Canada in 1818 where he m(2) 5 Nov 1821
Marguerite Bourgoin. The 2nd of their 14 children (Q1 through Q14) was:
Q2. CHARLES HYPPOLITE HENERT, b 13 Apr 1824 (twin), iersd 5 Nov 1892; m 13 Apr
1847 Julie Robidas, res St-Félix, Québec. The 7th of their 9 children (Q15 through Q23) was
Q21. ZOËL HÉNAIRE, b 27 Sep 1860, d 12 Sep 1913; m 24 Oct 1881 Eutychienne Lefebvre.
Since the year 1888 the name Hénaire is written this way. The 3rd of their 12 children (Q24
through Q35) was
Q26. AMÉDÉE HÉNAIRE, b 14 Jun 1886 St-Félix, Québec, d 15 May 1942 Drummondville,
Qué., a farmer; m 25 May 1908 Ellen Michaud, b 10 Feb 1890 Bracebridge, Ont., d 18 Nov
1980 Drummondville, Qué., a teacher. They had 13 children. The sixth of these children is
traced further in the book.
R. RUSSEL HANER
New York to Ontario
Testing conducted by Family Tree DNA in 2007 compared the DNA profile of Hayner Family
Association President Clifford Nichols Hayner II (#3585) to that of John A. Haner (R172). The
results of the testing indicated that the line of Russel Haner is directly related to that of Johannes
Haner, the immigrant. Now the researchers in this family must determine where the actual link
Russel Haner, born ca 1800 in the State of New York (so stated by a son and two daughters on
their census returns), on 29 Nov 1825 bought a 100-acre farm in Edwardsburgh Twp, Grenville
Co., Ontario; it was the west half of Lot 4 of Concession 7 near the present village of Shanly. For
this he paid 50 pounds of lawful money of Upper Canada. They lived first in a log house, then a
stone house; there is a stone house there today, but it is a modern house rebuilt from the old
stones. His family were Wesleyan Methodists and attended church at Shanly; the church there is
now the United Church. Russel sold the farm 1 Mar 1876 and moved to Chatham, Ontario with
daughter Sarah and son Cornelius. He died at Chatham, Kent Co., Ontario on 10 Jun
1876. There were 9 children, all born on the farm at Shanly. Russel’s bible and the family photo
was handed down to a descendant of his son John Russell Haner. There is family information in
the bible, but no clues as to who his parents were or where he was born in New York.
Much work on his family has been done by John A. Haner. He has much more data and
biographical material than we could include.
[R] RUSSEL HANER, b ca 1800 New York State, res Shanly, Grenville Co., Ontario; d 10 Jun
1876 Chatham, Kent Co., Ontario. He m 10 Dec 1829 Ann Tucker, b 7 Nov 1809 in
Edwardburgh Twp Ontario, d/o William George Tucker & Ann Cowdrey, who came from
Connecticut to Grenville County. Ann (Tucker) Haner, the first of 12 children, d 13 Dec 1853,
bu Shanly Cem. Much work on the Tucker line has been done by Gordon Tucker of Newport RI,
a descendant of Ann Tucker’s brother George Rex Tucker.
R1.Sarah Ann, b ca 1830, unm; was living at home when her father sold the farm in 1876;
in 1881 was living with her sister Ruth and brother-in-law David Greville near Chatham. Later
she joined her brothers John and Cornelius in Revelstoke, BC. She she died 23 Nov 1901 and is
R2.Mary A., b ca 1832; unm. She was absent but recorded in the 1851 census for Shanly;
in 1891 census was a nurse at a private residence in Maidstone Twp., Essex Co. Ontario not far
from her siblings.
R3.William, b 27 Mar 1836
R4.Maria, b ca 1837 Shanly, Ontario. She m 13 Apr 1859 Duncan McLean of Augusta
Twp, Grenville Co, a brother of Lydia McLean who married Maria’s brother George (#R6).
Duncan died the year after their marriage at age 26. Maria was still at home in the 1867 church
records of Shanly; no further information is available.
R5.Olive, b ca 1839
R6.George Tucker, b 15 May 1842
R7.Ruth, b 4 Aug 1844
R8.John Russell, b 29 Jul 1849
R9.Cornelius, b 11 May 1851 Shanly, d 19 Dec 1930 British Columbia; unm. Moved to
British Columbia 1899 when his brothers did; lumberman, rancher, veterinarian; bu Revelstoke
R3. WILLIAM HANER, b 27 Mar 1836 Shanly, d 8 Jul 1917 Manitoulin Dist. m 13 Oct 1859
Mary Cleary, b 18 Apr 1844 in Ireland, d 24 Jan 1906; both bu Hilly Grove cem near
Manitowaning. They moved west from Shanly ca 1860 first to Madoc, ON, then settled on
Manitoulin Island in Lake Huron about 1869, where William farmed and was active in local
R10.Mary Ann, b 24 Aug 1860
R11.John Franklin (“Frank”), b 8 Apr 1862
R12.Ordelia (“Delia”), b 13 Feb 1864
R13.William, Jr., b 8 Apr 1866
R14.James, b 7 May 1868
R15.Charles, b 7 Apr 1871, d 2 Apr 1929 Whitby, ON.
R16.Alfred Russel, b 12 May 1875, d 2 May 1910; m 10 Jul 1907 Carrie Norton.
R17.Catherine Emily, b 23 Apr 1877, d 14 Apr 1889 Manitoulin Island.
R18.George Alvin, b 4 Oct 1883
R19.Harvey Edmund, b 26 Oct 1887 Manitoulin Island
R5. OLIVE HANER, b ca 1840 Shanly, d 22 Jan 1918; m 23 Feb 1859 David McLean, b 2 Sep
1833 Augusta Twp., Grenville Co., d 20 Sep 1895, a cousin of Duncan (see #R4) and Lydia (see
#R6). They were farmers in Grenville Co. Issue: (McLEAN)
R20.Sarah Ann, b 11 Mar 1860
R21.Russell, b 17 Apr 1861, farmer, m 3 Sep 1913 Amelia E. McCrum. Issue: (1 son, 1
R22.Duncan Gordon, b 11 May 1863, d 9 May 1932; m 30 Jan 1889 Mary Manford; he
was a storekeeper. Issue: .
Floyd Manford, b 1893.
R23.Edith Arloa, b 8 Jan 1866, d 6 Aug 1875
R24.Mary Katherine, b 29 Sep 1867
R25.Arthur Ducolon, b 19 Aug 1873, d 6 May 1920
R26.Eva Lois, b 13 Jul 1879, m 5 Jan 1910 David Livingstone King. Issue: (2 daughters, 1
R6. GEORGE TUCKER HANER, b 15 May 1842 Shanly, d 9 Aug 1919; m 28 Dec 1864
Lydia Ann McLean, b 21 Jul 1842, d 11 May 1935; she was sister of Duncan (see #R4) and
cousin of David (see #R5). Before his marriage he worked in a water-powered sawmill near the
Ottawa River for his uncle George Tucker. A farmer in Chatham, Ontario, he moved to Nebraska
in 1879 and eventually settled at Friend, NE. George farmed, dealt in real estate, and was justice
of the peace. After retirement he and Lydia went to Red Willow, Alberta to live in a house
provided by their son Cyrus. Both are bu at Red Willow.
R27.Ella Ellecta , b 19 Dec 1865
R28.Martha A., b 29 Sep 1867 Kent Co. Ontario, d 1885 at Friend, Saline Co. Nebraska.
She was unmarried..
R29.Ida J., b 24 May 1873 Kent Co. Ontario, d 26 Mar 1935; Red Willow, Alberta.;
moved to Red Willow with her parents; unm.
R30.Cyrus Edgar, b 22 Jun 1878
R7. RUTH HANER, b 4 Aug 1844 Shanly, d 3 Apr 1914; m 9 Nov 1871 David Greville of
Lanark Co., Ontario, b 14 Dec 1839, d Jun 1914. They moved to Kent Co. Ontario to farm and
eventually bought the farm that Ruth’s brother George had farmed before leaving for Nebraska..
The family moved to Detroit, MI where David was a night watchman. Both children b Chatham,
Ontario. Issue: (GREVILLE)
R31.Herbert J., b Oct 1874, d 18 May 1902; worked in a cigar factory.
R32.Anna M., b 14 Jun 1876, d 10 Jun 1934 Traverse City MI, bu Detroit; m ca 1907
William Benedict, b 2 Apr 1879 NY. Issue: .
Olive R., b 1909.
R8. JOHN RUSSELL HANER, b 29 Jul 1849 Shanly, d 19 Apr 1931 Greeley, BC (near
Revelstoke, no longer exists). He m(1) 7 Aug 1872 at Edwardsburgh Twp Alice Johnson, b 1854
Troy, NY. The John Russell family probably moved in early 1876, the same time his father
Russel, brother Cornelius and sister Sarah moved to the Chatham, Ontario area. Their father died
soon after the move. Alice probably died soon after the 1881 census which shows them in
R33.Russell, b 1874 Spencerville, Grenville Co., d 12 Jul 1890 (Haner bible) prob. in
Chatham or in Essex Co.
R34.James Wallace, b 12 Dec 1875 Spencerville, d 2 Feb 1946 Huntington Beach, CA.
He m (1) ca 1919 Grace E. — , b 1877 England [1920 census] and adopted her dau., now Evelyn
M. Haner b 1899 Australia; probably divorced. He m(2) Mary Alferd, b 10 Dec 1876 in
Wisconsin (div). He m(3) 26 Jun 1924 Priscilla Brode, b 1875 Poughkeepsie, NY; d 25 Feb 1940
Los Angeles, CA. He m(4) 22 Sep 1941 Lucy Smith, b 1876 NY. James was a WWI veteran in
the CEF to France. He was an auto salesman, carpenter and contractor.
R8. JOHN RUSSELL HANER, b 29 Jul 1849 , m(2) ca 1887 Jane Owen, b 16 May 1851
Birmingham, England, d 6 Nov 1942 bu Vernon BC. In Essex Co., Ontario John Haner had a
partnership with John Owen (probably Jane’s brother) in a sash & door business from 1887 to
1898, when the Haner family moved to Trout Lake, BC where they were involved in lumbering.
They moved to Greeley, BC, where John was a rancher. He is bu Revelstoke cem;
R35.John Milton (“Milt”), b 19 Feb 1889
R36.George Henry, b 7 Sep 1891, d at a young age in BC.
R37.Charles Bentley, b 6 Nov 1894, d 20 May 1910 at Spirit Lake, ID. While he was
working at age 15 in a saw mill his foot was crushed in the machinery and he died from shock.
His brother Milton went to Spirit Lake and brought the body back to Revelstoke BC for
R10. MARY ANN HANER, b 24 Aug 1859 Shanly, d 8 Aug 1950 Tehkummah, Manitoulin
Dist., Ontario. She m ca 1883 Hugh Little, b 24 Aug 1860 Mulmar Twp, Manitoulin Dist., d 19
Jun 1931 in Manitoulin Dist., where he was a farmer. Issue, all b Tehkummah: (LITTLE)
R37a.John, b 19 Dec 1883, d in infancy.
R38.William (“Billy”), b 28 Feb 1885; m 19 Jun 1907 Eva Jane Duxbury. He was a
stone mason , constructed many barns in the Tekhummah area. Issue: .
Herbert Clayton, b 1908,
d 1908; .
Percy Alvin, b 20 Dec 1909, d 16 Dec 1994; owned and operated a service station in
Owen Sound ON. He m 29 Apr 1939 Florence “Roberta” Hunter, b 21 Jan 1915 in Manyberries
AB, d 28 Jun 1983 Owen Sound: (2 daughters, grandchildren); .
R39.John Alvin (“Jack”), b 9 Aug 1887, d 22 Sep 1983; unm. He was known as “Ripper”
because of ripping up and down the roads of Manitoulin on his motorized bicycle. In the early
days of Hollywood, Jack was a stunt man, but retired due to a serious head injury and returned
home to Manitoulin.
R40.Percy Franklin (“Frank”), b 28 Feb 1891, d 16 Aug 1963 Tehkummah, ON; m Joanna
Catherine (“Ina”) Turnbull, b 28 Dec 1897, d 5 Dec 1980. Farmer. Issue: (4 sons, 3 daughters).
R41.Charles Milton, b 4 Sep 1892, d 28 Sep 1937; m 24 Oct 1930 Rose E. Mastin. Issue:
(1 daughter, grandchildren).
R42.Mary Viola “Ruby”, b 10 Jan 1897, d 20 May 1975 Little Current ON; unm.
R43.Candace Ordelia, b 23 Nov 1899, d 10 Sep 1988 Mindemoya ON; unm.
R44.James Harvey, b 28 Jan 1903, d 11 Apr 1981; Tewhkummah, ON; unm
R11. JOHN FRANKLIN HANER (“Frank”), b 8 Apr 1862 Shanly ,ON; d 2 Apr 1909 Spring
Bay, Manitoulin Dist; m ca 1890 Lydia Leaske, b 1870 Elwood ON. The 1891 census shows
they were farmers of Mennonite faith.
R45.Harvey Edwin, b 1892
R46.Caroline, b 3 Feb 1894
R47.Clarence Alfred, b 19 May 1898
R48.Ada May, b 17 Mar 1905 Manitoulin Dist., d 1988; unm..
R12. ORDELIA HANER (“Delia”), b 13 Feb 1864 Spencerville, Grenville Co ON, d 26 Aug
1945 Arlington WA ; m 21 Oct 1891 Samuel Gallaugher, b 19 Dec 1860 Manitoulin. They
moved to state of Washington about 1900 where Samuel worked in a lumber yard. Issue:
R49.Mary Emily (“Minnie”), b 9 Feb 1895 Manitoulin Dist., d Oct 1966. bu Arlington
WA. She was a nurse.
R50.Harlond Ellsworth, b 27 Apr 1898 Tehkummah ON, d 4 Nov 1979 Lakewood CO; m
21 Jun 1926 Annie Jorgenson, b 1900, d 1962. In 1920 he was a partner/cook in a café; in
Colorado, he operated a dairy farm. Issue: (3 sons, 2 daughters).
R13. WILLIAM HANER, Jr., b 8 Apr 1866 Shanly, d 13 Jun 1935; m 6 Nov 1895 Margaret
Helen McCauley, b 9 Aug 1877 Manitoulin, d 15 Jun 1942; farmers Assiginack Twp.,
R51.Emma Isobell b 16 Oct 1896
R52.James (“Jim”), b 30 Jun 1898 Manitoulin Dist..
R53.Mary Ida,, b 13 Mar 1900
R54.Margaret Grace, b 24 Dec 1902
R55.Norman William, b Mar 1904
R56.Reta Mae, b 23 Apr 1906
R57.Hazel Violet, b 8 Jun 1908
R14. JAMES HANER, b 7 May 1868 Madoc, Hastings Co., ON, d 3 Feb 1952. He m 17 Apr
1901 Gertrude Kirk, b 22 Nov 1881, d 13 Dec 1937. They res at Spring Bay, Manitoulin Island,
where their ch were born.
R60.Estella May, b 31 Jul 1902
R61.William Alexander, b 21 Sep 1903
R62.James Wilfred, b 31 Aug 1905
R63.Emily (“Audrey”) Amelia, b 19 Apr 1907
R64.Gertrude Leona, b 29 May 1909
R18. GEORGE ALVIN HANER, Sr., b 4 Oct 1883 Assiginack, Manitoulin Dist., d 16 Jun 1925
Fort Frances, ON; m 10 Oct 1906 Monarch Finch, b 13 Aug 1889 Sheguiandah, Manitoulin
Dist., d 17 Jan 1975. He was a carpenter. Both are bu Buriss cemetery, 20 miles west of Fort
R69.Mason Blair, b 11 Sep 1907, d 1968 Rainy River Dist., ON; unm.
R70.Violet, b 4 Jun 1909
R27. ELLA ELLECTA HANER, b 19 Dec 1865 Augusta Twp, Grenville Co.,Ontario, d 1890
Friend NE; m 3 Oct 1882 James Lewis Woolley at Friend, NE. Issue: (WOOLLEY)
R76.Grace Cecilia., b 5 Jun 1889; m Port Huron, MI 23 Aug 1922 George Ernest
Thompson, b 1899 Brigden ON. Issue: (2 sons—1 d.y.).
R30. CYRUS EDGAR HANER, b 22 Jun 1878 Dover East Twp., Kent Co., ON, d 11 Nov 1944;
m(1) 4 May 1899 Maggie May Thompson, b 19 Oct 1881 Friend, NE, d there 29 Dec 1906.
Cyrus came to Nebraska with his parents and sister in 1879 as an infant; he got a high school
education in Friend, NE. Cyrus and a partner ran a blacksmith shop in Blue Vale, York Co., a
short distance from Friend. The shop burned and he went back to the Friend area and farmed.
Maggie died after giving birth to their fourth child, who also died.
R77.Russell Edgar, b 24 Apr 1900
R78.Raymond Maxfield, b 10 Jan 1902 Friend, NE, d 10 May 1987 Stettler, Alberta. He
m 25 Jun 1924 Mable Henry (sister of Pearl, wife of #R77); div. He was a farmer in the Red
Willow area, and for several years a partner with his brothers Russell and George in a garage.
R79.Ralph Emerson, b 21 Dec 1903
R80.Stanley, b 13 Dec 1906, d 14 Dec 1906 from complications at birth. He is bu in same
grave with his mother at Friend, NE.
R30. CYRUS EDGAR HANER, b 22 Jun 1878; m(2) Feb 1911 Agnes Lindsey Baird
Anderson, b 22 Oct 1885, d 11 Jul 1948 Red Willow, AB. After the death of his first wife, Cyrus
decided to start over elsewhere. He headed for Alberta in 1909, and moved his 3 sons to Red
Willow in 1911.
R85.daughter, d at birth.
R35. JOHN MILTON HANER (“Milt”), b 19 Feb 1889 Woodslee, Rochester Twp, Essex Co.,
ON, d 19 May 1970 Vernon, BC; m 15 Jul 1929 Kathrine Teresa Bell (“Kate”), b 9 Apr 1904
Falkland, BC, d 4 Nov 1984. Milt came to British Columbia with his parents at age 9, and as soon
as he was old enough he started to work in the saw mill at Trout Lake. Through the years he had
many occupations: butcher, pole buyer, farmer, road and bridge builder, prospector, hunting
guide. He helped build the army base at Vernon during WWII, and a precious metal separation
plant after the war. Soon after marriage Milt contracted to clear a survey line north of Revelstoke
for the “Big Bend Loop”, a road now bypassed by the Rogers Pass Transcanada Highway 1. Kate
was cook for a crew of 20 men on this job.
R45. HARVEY EDWIN HANER, b 20 Apr 1892 Spring Bay, Campbell Twp, Manitoulin Dist,
d 3 Nov 1972 Mindemoya, Manitoul;in Dist.. He m(1) 1917 Naomi Violet Johnston, b 1894, d
1929; b and d on the Island.
R45. HARVEY EDWIN HANER, b 20 Apr 1892; m(2)10 Dec 1930 Mary (“Mae”)
(McDermid) Cranston, b 10 Apr 1892, d 20 May 1986
R46. CAROLINE HANER, b 3 Feb 1894 Spring Bay, Manitoulin Dist., d 28 Nov 1971
Mindemoya, Manitoulin Dist.; m 5 May 1920 Mathew Sloss, b 22 Sep 1895, d 17 Apr 1988.
Issue Spring Bay, Ontario: (SLOSS)
R92.(son) d. inf 1921 Spring Bay.
R47. CLARENCE ALFRED HANER, farmer, b 19 May 1898 Campbell Twp, Manitoulin
Dist.; d 19 May 1970 Mindemoya; m Oct 1923 Edna May Van Meer, b 27 Nov 1900 Gordon
Twp on the island, d 20 Oct 1979; children b Campbell Township.
R51. EMMA ISOBELL HANER, b 16 Oct 1896 Manitowaning, Manitou-lin Dist., d 12 Oct
1951 Sudbury ON; m Wilmer John McCauley, b 28 Feb 1893 Owen Sound ON, d 4 Apr 1976
Sudbury; bu Hilly Grove Cem., Manitoulin Dist. Issue: (McCAULEY)
R52. JAMES (“JIM”) HANER, b 30 Jun 1898 Assiginack Twp., Manitoulin Dist ON; d 12 Oct
1951; m 1919 Rae Coultis, b 1900, d 1959. Jim owned race horses at one time.
R53. MARY IDA HANER, b 13 Mar 1900, Manitowaning, Manitoulin Dist.; d 5 Feb 1972
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. [no m] Philip Viney, b ca 1895, d 1953, by Hilly Grove Cem,
Manitoulin Dist. Issue:
R53. MARY IDA HANER, b 13 Mar 1900, d 5 Feb 1972 Prince Albert Sask, m(1) 23 Jun 1927
Arthur George Hodson, b 27 Jul 1881 Wolver-hampton, England; d 4 Jan 1962 bu Dryden,
R54. MARGARET GRACE HANER, b 24 Dec 1902 Manitowaning, Manitoulin Dist., d 11 Jun
1949 Tehkummah, Manitoulin Dist.; m 21 Dec 1921 Owen Sound ON Clarence Elmer Martin,
b 11 Oct 1895 Tehkummah, d 14 Aug 1959 Little Current, Manitoulin Dist. Issue: (MARTIN)
R55. NORMAN WILLIAM HANER, b Mar 1904 Assignack Twp; d 5 Oct 1965 Vancouver,
BC; [no m] Catherine MacDougall, b 28 Dec 1905 Assiginack Twp, Manitoulin Dist., d May
1985, Little Current, Manitoulin Dist. Norman bu Vancouver BC, Catherine bu Hilly Grove
Cem, Assiginack Twp. Norman left Manitoulin Island as a young man and never came back to
R56. RETA MAY HANER, b 23 Apr 1906 Assiginack Twp, Manitoulin Dist.; d 11 Jun 1989;
m(1) 29 Sep 1925 Manitowaning ON Harry Leeson. Issue: (LEESON)
R56. RETA MAY HANER, b 23 Apr 1906, m(2) Lorne Bradley.
R57. HAZEL VIOLET HANER, b 8 Jun 1908 Asasaigninack Twp, Manitoulin Dist.; d 11 Jun
1989 Little Current ON; m 16 Aug 1937 Sudbury, ON David Edward Sim, Jr., b 6 Jan 1894
Tehkummah, Manitoulin Dist., d 13 May 1980 Little Current ON. Issue (SIM)
R60. ESTELLA MAY HANER, b 31 Jul 1902 Spring Bay, Manitoulin Dist., d 20 Jun 1983
Cambridge ON; m 15 Nov 1930 Lorne Moyer Raymer, b 5 Apr 1903 Markham, Ont, d 24 Dec
1972. Issue: (RAYMER)
R61. WILLIAM ALEXANDER HANER, b 31 Jul 1902 Spring Bay ON, d Nov 1981; m 20
Apr 1940 Ida Sophia Schwass, b 30 May 1906 Port Elgin, ON, d Nov 1989.
R62. JAMES WILFRED HANER, b 31 Aug 1905 Spring Bay ON, d 2 Nov 1978; m 28 Jul
1931 Margorie Bergey, b 23 Nov 1913, d 2 Nov 1987.
R63. EMILY AMELIA HANER (“AUDREY”), b 19 Apr 1907 Spring Bay ON, m(1) 12 Jan
1927 Clarence Edward Pipher, b 18 Jul 1902, d 30 Jul 1974, Hamilton ON. Issue: (PIPHER)
R63. EMILY AMELIA HANER (“AUDREY”), b 19 Apr 1907, m(2) 29 Sep 1977 Leonard
Henry Bromley, b 25 Jan 1907 England, d 20 Jan 1988.
R64. GERTRUDE LEONA HANER, b 29 May 1909 Spring Bay ON, d 1968 Baysville,
Muskoka Co. ON; m 9 Jun 1932 Henry Vanclief (“Hank”), b 15 Apr 1910 Baysville ON.
R70. VIOLET HANER, b 5 Jun 1909 Revelstoke, BC; d 22 Aug 1996 Thunder Bay ON,ca
1995), m 19 Jan 1935 Frederick Boustead, b 11 Jan 1907 in Blackpool, Lancashire, England, d
Apr 1986 Fort Frances, ON. Frederick was a heavy equipment mechanic. Issue: (BOUSTEAD)
R77. RUSSELL EDGAR HANER, b 24 Apr 1900 York Co., Nebraska; d 29 Aug 1992 Stettler,
AB; m 3 Dec 1925 Pearl Violet Henry, b 21 Jul 1906 Stettler, d 21 Nov 1993; sister of Mable
Henry who m his brother Raymond (#R78). He came to Red Willow in 1911 with his father and
two brothers, and farmed for his father, and for himself after his marriage. From 1949 to 1959 he
was a partner with his brothers Raymond and George in a garage and bulk oil business, later
returned to farming until he and Pearl retired to Stettler for the rest of their days.
R79. RALPH EMERSON HANER, b 21 Dec 1903 Friend, NE, d 20 Jun 1987 in Central Valley
(now Shasta Lake) CA, m 18 Nov 1925 Christie Amy Walker, b 23 Jun 1908 Edberg, AB, d 14
Feb 1984 Redding, CA.; both are bu at Redding, CA. In 1911, Ralph moved with his father and
two brothers to farm at Red Willow, AB. After his marriage he was a machinist in 1926 in Los
Angeles, CA but returned to Red Willow where he farmed until 1938 when they moved to
Central Valley, CA. Ralph worked on bridge and dam construction. During and after WWII he
worked in a shipyard in Los Angeles, CA, and building Air Force bases in Alaska, then worked
on construction as a plumber out of Redding, CA until retirement in the late 1960s. Christie
worked for the Dept. of Motor Vehicles and then Pacific Gas & Electric Co. until she retired.
S. JOHN C. HANER
Pennsylvania to Illinois
We do not know the background of the family of John C. Haner. He was living in Pennsylvania
in the late 1700s, his elder children were born in Pennsylvania, so it seems likely that he was of
German origin. We cannot connect him with the Johannes Haner who was in the 1710 Palatine
emigration to Livingston Manor, New York; John’s parents may have been among the
Pennsylvania “Dutch” who emigrated to Pennsylvania in the mid and late 1700s.
[S]. JOHN CHRISTOPHER HANER, born in 1772, died 28 Dec 1846, bu in Indian Field cem
in Lexington, McLean County, IL. The middle name is from a descendant of S5; others knew
only the initial “C”. Several affidavits in IL state that John Haner died in Dec 1847, one says 5
Mar 1847. He married (1st) Catherine Weaver and had 8 children. The eldest two were born in
Pennsylvania in 1796 and 1798; the youngest 5 were born in Fayette Co., Ohio in 1801 to 1814.
We conclude that the family moved to Ohio in about 1800. In about 1837 John C. Haner built the
first watermill on the Mackinaw River near Lexington in McLean County, IL. It was called
Haner’s Mill. Two of his sons each built a mill, and the area became a center for grist and lumber
operations. John C. Haner married (2nd) 22 Apr 1843 in McLean Co. IL Mary Neloland, b ca
1786 in IL. John was Mary Neloland’s 3rd husband, she having been married to David Ross ca
1819 until he died 28 Feb 1834; then to — Gunner (div); and finally to John Haner in Apr 1843.
S1.William, b 1796
S2.Catherine (“Kate”), b 1798
S3.John, Jr. (“Rev”), b 23 Oct 1800
S4.Jacob, b 25 Jan 1801
S5.Elizabeth, b 1804
S6.Mary, b 16 Feb 1806
S7.Isaac Newton, b 17 Mar 1808
S8.Phoebe, b 1814 Fayette Co. OH, m 1 Oct 1834 John Ashabran in Mc Lean Co. IL; he
later married Phoebe’s sister Elizabeth (S5).
S1. WILLIAM HANER, b 1796 Pennsylvania, d 5 Oct 1859, Reeders Mill, Logan, Harrison
Co., IA. He built a horse mill by the Mackinaw River in Fall 1831. He m(1) 10 Sep 1818 Mary
Jane Steele in Fayette Co. OH. d/o William and Nancy Steele.
S9.John, b 3 Jul 1819
S10.Nancy Agnes, b 1822
S11.Jane, b 1825
S12.Isaac, b 1828
S13. — , b 1830
S14. — , b 1833
S15.James, b 18 Jan 1836, d 3 Apr 1895 in Harrison Co., IA
S1. WILLIAM HANER, b 1796, m(2) 21 Jun 1840 Mary Pile in McLean Co. IL.
S16.Henry, b 1841 McLean Co. IL, d Des Moines Co., IA.
S17.Rebecca, b 1844 McLean Co. IL, m 16 Nov 1862 James White in Harrison Co., IL.
S2. CATHERINE HANER (“Katie”), b 1798 in PA, d 1838 in Lexington, McLean Co., IL. She
m 4 Sep 1817 in Fayette Co. OH Joseph Brumhead. Moved to McLean Co. IL about 1830.
Both Katie and Joseph died when they “ate unhealthy meat”. Issue: (BRUMHEAD)
S18.Mary Emma (Polly), b 1818, d1841. She m Harrison Sowards; issue: .
Washington, b 12 Apr 1841, d 20 Nov 1903 Scott City KS, m 3 Apr 1903 Catherine Hayes.
S19.Sallie Margaret, b 1821 Fayette Co OH, d 10 Apr 1854 McLean Co. IL; m 13 Jun
1839 Benjamin J Wiley, Jr; issue: .
Mary E, b Mar 1840, d Sep 1842; .
William R., b 3 Jul
1843, d 5 Jan 1862 (C-20 Reg Illinois Volunteers); .
John W., b Jul 1844, d Oct 1845; .
Margaret, m 6 Sep 1866 Thomas B. Fought; .
Thomas B., b 29 Aug 1851, d 14 Oct 1857; .
Joseph B., d 30 Aug 1854.
S20.Phebe, b 7 Apr 1824, d 16 Mar 1852 McLean Co. IL; m 7 Apr 1839 Henson B.
Downey; issue: .
James N., b 1842, m 25 Aug 1864 Elizabeth Ann Morsman; .
Emily B, b
1844, m 29 Mar 1866 Henry B. Walden; .
J. Henson, b 1846, m 15 Jan 1871 Mary A.
Allin T., b 13 Aug 1850, d 21 May 1880.
S21.John Wesley, b 27 Jul 1829, d 17 Feb 1891
S22.Elizabeth, b 1830
S23.Anderson S., b 20 Jan 1833, d 15 Jan 1899; m Emily Potter
S3. JOHN HANER, Jr. (“Rev”), b 23 Oct 1800, d 20 Nov 1852 in McLean Co. IL. He built a
saw mill near the Mackinaw River. He m 29 May 1823 Elsie Kirkendall in Fayette Co. IL.
Names of only 5 of their 9 children are known:
S24.Isaac, b 1824, m(1) 26 Jan 1847 Elizabeth Ann Chance; m(2) Susan Orr.
S27.Elsie J., b 4 Jan 1832 in IL, d 20 Dec 1870; m 22 Jun 1854 George P. Brown.
S28.John J., b 1835, d 27 Oct 1920 Bluff City, Harper Co. MO.
S29.Jacob, m Martha Dillon
S30, S31, more? – Data for these not available.
S32.Ann Martha, b 20 Mar 1847, d 22 Jan 1943 Chicago, IL. She m(1) W. T. Ackerman;
m(2) 7 Feb 1867 Elijah V. Spawr.
Note on FLESHER families: Three of the children of Coonrad Flesher married three of the
children of John C. Haner. They are listed below as Sarah Flesher who married S4.Jacob Haner;
Thomas Jefferson Flesher who married S6.Mary Haner, and Elizabeth Ann Flesher who
married S7.Isaac Newton Haner. Further down the line, the brothers Robert Flesher and Russell
Flesher married the sisters Mary and Fannie Herberth who were descendants of John C. Haner
(see # S120 below.) In addition, Sarah Popejoy, who married S16.Henry Haner, was a daughter
of Matilda Flesher and William Popejoy.
S4. JACOB HANER, b 25 Jan 1801 Fayette Co., OH, d 18 Aug 1864 Eddyville, Warren Co. IA.
He m 8 Nov 1827 in Fayette Co. OH Sarah Flesher, b 17 Mar 1811, Fayette Co. OH, d 15 Feb
1863, Lexington, McLean Co. IL, d/o Coonrad Flesher & Elizabeth Lemon
S33, S34. (These codes not used)
S35.Phoebe Elizabeth, b 5 Nov 1828
S36Margaret Caroline, b 5 Dec 1834
S37 Jacob Willis, Jr (or Jurillers)., b 19 (or 16) May 1841
S38.Thomas Wilson, b 1844 .
S39.Malissa Ellen, n 2 Dec 1849, d 17 Mar 1926; m 14 Jan 1865 James M. Graham in
Warren Co. IA.
S40.C. E. Lott, (or Lot), b 21 Dec 1853, McLean Co. IL, d 19 Jan 1937.
S41.Coonrad, b 1855, d 1855.
S5. ELIZABETH HANER, b 1804 per LDS center [a descendant has that she was b 1810 Paint
Twp, Fayette Co., OH,] d 26 Oct 1862 McLean Co. IL. She married 3 times: m(1) 25 Apr 1827
Fayette Co OH John Benjamin Downey (b 15 Nov 1805, d 15 Nov 1838) Issue: (DOWNEY)
S42.John m b 1830 McLean Co. IL
S43.Phebe, b 14 Feb 1835 Lexington IL, d 5 Feb 1913 Colfax, McLean Co. IL; m 9 May
1852 Amos Wood, Jr. (b 18 May 1832, d 24 Aug 1888); issue: .
John W., b Sep 1853, d 5 Oct
1914 Humboldt Co. CA, m 16 Nov 1886 Mary Jane Hutchens, b Mar 1863, d after 1921; .
Margaret Elizabeth, b ca 1856 Colfax, IL, d 25 Dec 1902 Lexington IL; m 20 Jan 1978 John
Franklin Wright, b 2 Jun 1856, d 4 Jun 1924; .
Daniel A., b 17 Mar 1860, d after 1 May 1920; m
24 Sep 1889 Elizabeth Green (b 9 May 1870, d 1 May 1920); .
Isaac Ambrose, b 24 Nov 1862 d
19 Oct 1930 near Herscher IL; m 28 Mar 1888 Ellen Susan Outlaw (d May 1941); .
Joe, b 23
Mar 1870, d 9 Mar 1930 McLean Co. IL; m 2 Mar 1893 Mina Frances Henline, (b 19 Sep 1869, d
17 Jun 1957).
S44.Neoma, b 17 Dec 1836, d 27 Jun 1854; b and d McLean Co. IL
S5. ELIZABETH HANER, b 1804 or 1810, m(2) 1 Jul 1839 in McLean County. IL John
Ashabran(er); he had previously m Elizabeth’s sister Phebe (S8) who died shortly thereafter
S45.Daniel, b 3 Apr 1840, d Feb 1908; b and d McLean Co. IL. He m 23 Apr 1868 Lydia
A. Downey (b ca 1846): Issue: .
son, b and d 1869; .
John W., b 16 Aug 1873; m 18 Dec 1895
Carrie Harness; .
Pearl. b 1877, d 1880; .
Ernest, b 5 Feb 1880, d 3 Jul 1913 in McLean Co. IL;
Harold D., b 4 Jul 1884.
S5. ELIZABETH HANER, b 1804 or 1810, m(3) 10 Nov 1859 Isaac Kerr, s/o John Kerr &
Sarah Scott ( b 30 Sep 1809, d 11 Aug 1881).
S6. MARY HANER, b 16 Feb 1806 Fayette Co. OH, d 13 Nov 1870 Lexington, IL. She m(1) 1
Sep 1830 Thomas Jefferson Flesher in Tazewell Co. IL, s/o Coonrad Flesher & Elizabeth
Lemon. Issue: (FLESHER)
S46.Elizabeth Ann, b 24 Jul 1831 in IL, d 29 Oct 1871. She m 10 Jan 1849 David
Kanouse. Issue: .
Thomas Jefferson, b 15 Oct 1849; .
Marion, b 13 Nov 1854; .
John Lloyd, b
15 Nov 1856
S47.Madison, b 12 Jan 1835, d 26 Feb 1852
S48.Frances Marion, b 26 Dec 1837, d 3 Jun 1885. She m 23 Oct 1856 Isaac Minglin;
both bu Lexington, IL. Issue: Mary Ellen, b 22 Aug 1858; 3 other ch.
S49.John, b 9 Jan 1840 m 24 Oct 1860 Hannah Little. Issue: .
Mary Frances, b 9 Jan
1862; m 21 Dec 1881 George Murphy (Dolly 1883, Irene 1885).
S50.Isaac, b 1841, d 1845
S51.Mary, b 1862, d 1864 (dates seem too late. Who is this infant named Mary Flesher?)
S6. MARY HANER, b 16 Feb 1806, m(2) 25 Jun 1863 Isaac Kerr
S7. ISAAC NEWTON HANER, b 17 Mar 1808 Fayette Co. OH, d 19 Nov 1871 in St. Joseph
MO, near Robinson, Brown Co. KS. He m 10 Sep 1835 Elizabeth Ann Flesher, d/o Coonrad
Flesher & Elizabeth Lemon.
S52.Elizabeth Ann, b 1 Nov 1840 in IL, d 14 Nov 1931; m Amaziah Martin Wilcox.
[ancestor of Marie Adolph Pemberton]
S53.John A., b 1843
S54.Mary M., b 1845
S55.Isaac Christopher, b 1848, d Robinson, Brown Co. KS; m Ella–—
S56.Charles N., b 1850
S57.Jacob N., b 1853
S58.Sarah E., b 1856
S59.Frederick W., b 1858
S9. JOHN HANER, b 2 Jul 1819 Fayette Co. OH, d 1 Oct 1880 Cherokee Co. KS. He m 28 May
1839 Caroline Margaret Bull, d/o William Bull & Esther Fowler.
S60.Esther Jane, b 1840
S61.Mary Ellen, b 1842
S62.William, b 1844 went to Cherokee Co. KS, later to Mobile AL.
S63.Merritt Steel, b 1849
S64.Nancy J., b Dec 1852, d 24 Sep 1853; bu McLean Co. IL
S65.Jessie Edwin, b 1854
S66.Charles Luther, b 1856
S67.Maggie May, b 1859
S10. NANCY AGNES HANER, b 1821 Fayette Co.OH, d between 1870 & 1880 in NE or IA.;
m 16 Feb 1840 Andrew Jackson Daugherty in McLean Co. IL, b 25 Jun 1820, d 26 Mar 1902
Council Bluffs IA. First 5 ch born McLean Co IL, others in Harrison Co IA. Issue:
S68.William Wesley, b 2 Nov 1841, d 26 Jan 1923 Grand Junction CO; m 1 Jul 1886
Mary Jennie Bunn, b 13 Jan 1865 Belleville ON, d 27 May 1935 Snowmass CO. Issue: .
William Madison; .
Henrietta Eloise; .
Annie Laura; .
Mary Jane; .
Peter Wesley; .
Volney Dorman; .
S69.Madison, b 20 Oct 1844 , d after 1912; m 17 Mar 1867 Rebecca Richardson, b 20
Apr 1846, d 19 May 1911. Issue: .
S70.Milton, b 3 Jun 1847, d 24 Apr 1925; m ca 1871 Ella Melvina Streeter, b 28 Feb
1855, d 24 Mar 1941. Issue: .
Levi Julian; .
Pearl Edith; .
Franklin Alma; .
Oliver Milton; .
S71.Melissa Helen, b 4 Apr 1853, d 7 Nov 1939, m 4 Dec 1871 August Wildey, b 10 Aug
1847 in Prussia, d before 1918 in NM. Issue: .
Anna Laura; .
Charles W.; .
William ; .
Bessie E.; .
James H.; .
Frank LeRoy; .
Mary Mable; .
S72.Margaret Jane, b 1 Jun 1854, d 21 Sep 1939; m(1) 5 Jun 1870 William Miller, b 5 Jun
11 Feb 1849, d bef 1880; Issue: .
William Patrick; .
Minnie; ..... m(2) ca 1888 William
Murray, b ca 1852, d between 1915 & 1918 Minneapolis MN.
S73.John, b 25 Nov 1855 Harrison Co IA, d 5 Jan 1944 Minneapolis MN; m 16 Dec 1881
Talitha Jane Evans, b 1864, d 1897. Issue: .
S74.Isaac, b 28 Feb 1859, d 2 Oct 1931 Coolin, ID; m ca 1890 Eliza Ann Evans, b Jul
1870, d 13 Oct 1904 Mead WA. She and John’s wife were sisters, d/o Benjamin Evans &
Rebecca Hickman of Mercer, MO. Issue: .
Maude Lucile; .
S75.Isidor, (female), b 1 Oct 1861, d 19 Jul 1947 Portland OR; m 19 Feb 1880 Amasa Jay
Smith, (male), b 17 May 1857, d 29 Sep 1911 Spokane WA. Issue : .
Female d age 1 day; .
Madison Jay; .
Charlotte Viola; .
Harrison Leigh; .
Oleta Smith; .
Noel Curtis; .
S76.Andrew Jackson, b 23 Mar 1864, d 25 May 1884; m 29 Dec 1883 Maria Bester, b ca
S11. JANE HANER, b 1825 Fayette Co. OH, d 6 Aug 1879 in Reeders Mill, Logan, Harrison
Co. IA. She m 2 Nov 1849 Samuel B. Smith in McLean Co. IL. Issue: (SMITH)
S77. — , m. J. B. Norris
S78. — , m. — Williams
S80. — , m. E. C. Borders
S12. ISAAC HANER, b 1828 Fayette Co. OH. He m(1) Harriet Dungan; he m(2) 23 Dec 1849
Margaret Popejoy, in McLean Co. IL, d/o William Popejoy & Nancy Wiley. They moved to
Harrison Co. IA about 1855. Issue:
S83.Frances E., b 1850, m(1) 24 Feb 1869 Isaiah Knauss; m(2) 4 Apr 1876 Charles E.
S84.Nancy Jane, b Dec 1851, d 24 Sep 1853
S85.Elizabeth, b 1853, m Jim Johnson
S86.William E., b 29 Aug 1855 Harrison Co. IA, m 24 Jan 1879 Amy A. Armstrong.
S87.Henry Jefferson, b 3 Apr 1857 Harrison Co. IA, m(1) Mattie Gibson; m(2) Mable
Gustava Palmer; m(3) 26 May 1899 Mamie Haner (or this is her married name, Mrs. Mamie [
— ] Haner ?)
S88.Mary Isabella, b 20 May 1859
S89.Naomi (Dove) Kate, b 1860, m(1) — Helms; m(2) 7 Jan 1879 A.J. Martin.
S15. JAMES HANER, b 18 Jan 1836 McLean Co. IL, d 3 Apr 1895 Harrison Co. IA. He m 1
Jan 1860 Sarah M. Loss, d/o Benjamin Loss & Almira Reynolds.
S90.William Benjamin, b 13 Nov 1860
S91.Almira J., b 25 Dec 1862, d 16 Oct 1864
S92.Mary A., b 20 Feb 1865, d 5 Jun 1884; m 12 Mar 1882 Charles R. Cowan.
S93.Charles A., b 22 Aug 1867, m 6 Jun 1890 M. Babb. Harrison Co. IA; went to
S94.Anna Marie, b 26 Sep 1869
S95.Inez E., b 27 Jun 1871; m 25 Dec 1890 Edwin Ackerman; went to Canada (?)
S96.Warren Warner, b 1 Nov 1873
S16. HENRY HANER, b 1841 Lexington, McLean Co. IL, d in Des Moines Co., IA. He m 1860
Sarah Elizabeth Popejoy, d/o William Popejoy & Matilda Flesher.
S97.William Clinton, b 11 Sep 1867
S24. ISAAC HANER, b 6 Sep 1824, d Sep 1895 age 70; m(1) 26 Jan 1847 Elizabeth Ann
+ S100.Lucy Ellen, d 1884; her dau May Elizabeth, b 1882, was raised by Lucy’s sister
S101.Elizabeth Ann, b ca 1854
S24. ISAAC HANER, b 1824, m(2) 26 Mar 1857 Susan (Susie) Orr, b ca 1835 in IL.
+ S102.Almeda, b 1857,m George Scurlock
+ S103.John Douglas
+ S104.Francis A.
+ S105.Charles, b 1866
+ S106.James Alvin, b 8 Jun 1872
S35 PHOEBE ELIZABETH HANER, b 5 Nov 1828 Fayette Co. OH, d 17 Aug 1912 McLean
Co. IL. She m 2 Feb 1849 Croghan Dawson (Chroghan), s/o James Dawson & Mary Ogden.
S111.Ella; m E. Campbell
S116.Emma, d 1864 at Lexington, McLean Co. IL.
S36. MARGARET CAROLINE HANER, b 5 Dec 1834 in IL, d 18 Jul 1905. She m 11 Feb
1851 Jonathan Barrett in McLean Co., IL. Issue: (BARRETT)
S117.John Thomas, b 7 Dec 1852, d 10 Jab 1917.
S118.Lucy, b 16 Feb 1856; m 1883 Fred Smith.
S119.Judson Haner, b 8 Dec 1858, d 14 Jun 1928; m 1882 Sarah Jane Weakley.
S120.Emma S., b 21 Jan 1864, d 1958. She m 1882 Peter Herberth; issue: .
b 1884; .
Goldie M., b 1885, d 1896; .
Mae M., b 12 Sep 1888, m 1919 George Malcolm; .
Fannie, b 4 Aug 1890, d 1985, m 1915 Russell Flesher; .
Mary M., b 17 Feb 1894, m 1920
Robert E. Flesher.
S37. JACOB WILLIS HANER, Jr., (“J.W., ” “Jurillers”), b 19 May 1841 McLean Co. IL, d 12
Dec 1920 Homei, Pontiac Co. IL; (?? There is no Pontiac Co. in present-day IL; the city of
Pontiac is 20 miles north of Lexington. Homer, IL is in Champaign County.) Jurillers Willis
Haner m 21 Dec 1862 Mary Ellen McKee, b 1845 in IL, d 1928; m in McLean Co. IL. They had
10 ch, the 7th of which was Lloyd.
S121.Elmer, b 1863?
S122.Sadie, b 1865
S123.Arthur, b 1869
S124.Frank, b 1871
S125.Bert, b 1874
S126.Florence, b 1877
S127.Lloyd Vernon, b 5 Dec 1879
S129.Daisy, b 1885
S130.Bessie, b 1888
S38. THOMAS WILSON HANER b 1844 IL, d 1910; m (1)1 Jan 1866 Editha Ann Harvey ,
b 11 Dec 1845 Peoria Co,. IL, d 26 Mar 1879 Warren Co. IL.
S130a.G. Dawson, b 8 Jan 1867, d 22 Oct 1867
S130b.Benjamin , b 1869
S130c.Ida M., b 1871
S130d.Chaarles, b 1 May 1874, d 29 Dec 1944
S130e.Daisy, b 19 Dec 1875, d 6 Aug 1910
S38. THOMAS WILSON HANER b 1844 IL, d 1910; m (2) Addie Jane Roach
S40. C. E. LOT HANER, (Lott) b 21 Dec 1853 Lexington IL, d 19 Jan 1937; m 30 Mar 1882
Sarah K. Scurlock in Bloomington, IL.
S131.Francis Marion Joseph
S132.Lula Dell, b 26 Oct 1887
S52. ELIZABETH ANN HANER, b 1 Nov 1840 in IL, d 14 Nov 1931; m Amaziah Martin
Wilcox, b 2 Nov 1825 (Bible) or 12 Sep 1825 (tombstone) in OH, probably Brown county. He d
21 Nov 1906 near Lone Springs in Indian Territory, bu at Hominy, OK. First 4 ch were b in
Chenoa Twp, McLean Co., IL; 9 of the last 10 born Bourbon Co. KS. Issue: (WILCOX)
S135.George Washington, b 17 Oct 1858
S136.Amanda Ann, b 20 Feb 1860, d 11 May 1925, m 3 Jul 1877 George Adolph, b 1 Jun
1850, d 13 Oct 1910. Issue: .
Joseph, b 12 Mar 1884, d 17 Apr 1960, m 15 Aug 1910 Levina
Larimore (Marie Marguerite 1920, m Burless Lester Pemberton.)
S137.Isaac Newton, b 7 Mar 1862
S138.Mary Elizabeth, b 17 Feb 1862; m — Kastl; date seems wrong S139.John
Franklin, b 5 Feb 1866
S140.Frances Isabel, b 15 Dec 1867; m — Kastl
S141.Harvey Willis, b 25 Sep 1869
S142.Martin W., b 1 Jul 1871
S143.Christopher Columbus, b 4 Oct 1873
S144.Martha Ellen, b 12 Oct 1875; m — Primmer
S145.Charles Bedford, b 22 May 187x [probably 1877]
S146.Laura, b 8 Mar 1879; m — Wilson
S147.Della Pearl, b 12 Jan 1881; m — Hunter
S148.William Wilcdox, b 6 Jun 1884
S60. ESTHER JANE HANER, b 1840 McLean Co. IL; m 11 Jun 1857 Herbert Cool, McLean
S149.Clyde, m Mary —
S150.Clarence, m Edna —
S61. MARY ELLEN HANER, b 1842, d 1928; m 24 Sep 1860 Thomas Davis; lived in
Keelsville, Cherokee Co. KS. Issue: (DAVIS)
S152., m — Neuschwander
S153.Etta Lou, b 1871, m Clarence Hall Winters
S155.Martha Caroline, m John Wells Clark
S88. MARY ISABELLA HANER, b 20 May 1858 in Harrison Co. IA. She m 1873 Walter
Chauncy Wilson, s/o Levi Harvey Weatherhead who changed his name to Wilson by law. Issue:
S156.Dell Jay Rudells, b 27 Jul 1874 Logan, Harrison Co. IA, m Kate F. Palmer.
S157.Ira Glade, b 4 Aug 1876, b Logan, IA, m Karen E. Hansen.
S158.William Miles, b 26 May 1880, Logan, IA, m Bertha W. Lutgens.
S159.Willard Guiles, b 26 May 1880 Logan Co. IA, m Bessie Romey.
S160.Josie Edith, b 17 Dec 1882 Council Bluffs, IA.
S161.Leroy, b 16 Aug 1887 Council Bluffs IA, m Maybelle Young.
S162.Walter Clyde, b 5 Oct 1892 Logan IA, m Alfreda H. Johnson,
S163.Gladys Hazel, b 13 Mar 1894, Union, Pottawattomie Co. IA, m Guy Vernon
S164.Orange, m(1) 1922 Reggetta Thurston; m(2) 1927 Iola Frailey.
S90. WILLIAM BENJAMIN HANER, b 13 Nov 1860 Woodbine, Harrison Co. IA, d 16 Oct
1918 in Harrison Co. IA. He m 3 May 1894 Hester M. Pace, d/o John Pace. All of the children
bu Harrison Co IA.
S165.Harry, b 23 May 1895 Harrison Co. IA, d 6 Apr 1974, m 24 Feb 1920 Gladys Marie
Spanswick (# S174).
S166.Fannie, b 14 Sep 1896, d 9 Sep 1970; m 3 Apr 1915 William H. Waters, Jr.
+ S167.Lester, b 8 Nov 1904 twp, Harrison Co. IA, d 1 Oct 1990 Harrison Co. IA.. He m(1)
1926 Vera Hardwick, possibly from Clinton, IA; m(2) 5 Oct 1931 Laverne Lowder, chr 1915 Ft.
S168.Iva, b 15 Aug 1906, d 28 Apr 1988; m Miles Mann.
S94. ANNA MARIE HANER, b 26 Sep 1869 Mondamin, IA, d 6 Jun 1955 Fergus Falls, MN,
bu Harrison Co. IA. She m(1) Wesley Dickenson Clayton. Issue: (CLAYTON)
S169.Sadie; m(1) Charles Frank Overman; m(2) Bert McKean; m(3) Earl F. Chaffee.
S94. ANNA MARIE HANER, b 26 Sep 1869; m(2) Valentine Spanswick. Issue:
(SPANSWICK). Two of her sons married Haner sisters, and a daughter married a Haner first
S170.Irene, m John Hardy
S171.Tom, m Grace —
S172.William (“Willie”), b 14 Apr, d 20 Feb 1972; m Sarah T. Haner (# S177).
S173.Harold (Victor), b 16 Jul 1898, d 3 Jun 1982; m(1) Della — ; m(2) Bessie Bird
S174.Gladys Marie, b 10 May 1901, d 6 Jan 1987 Omaha NE; bu? Sydney IA. She m 24
Feb 1920 Harry Haner (# S165) of Omaha NE; bu Harrison Co. IA.
S175.Dave, b 30 Jul 1906; m(1) Darlene Salts; m(2) Edith Quam.
S176.Oscar, b 11 Feb 1909, d 9 May 1971; m Alice D. Haner, # S178.
S96. WARREN WARNER HANER, b 1 Nov 1873, d 1 Dec 1938 in Minot ND, bu Douglas
ND. He m 10 Feb 1897 Anna Malene Ostrom in Wheaton, Traverse Co. MN. His 2 daughters
married two Spanswick brothers.
S177.Sarah T., b 6 Jun 1898, d 21 Oct 1956; m William Spanswick (Willie) (# S172)
S97. WILLIAM CLINTON HANER, b 11 Sep 1867 Des Moines, IA, d 8 Nov 1919 Des
Moines IA. He m(1) 20 May 1888 Anna D. Squire; m(2) 1905 Lennie Pitman, d/o W. Pitman
& Margaret Paulson.
S179.Gerald, b 1908; m — in 1939.
S99. MANFORD HANER, he married and had 2 children, names unknown
S100. LUCY ELLEN HANER, d 21 Mar 1884; m 22 Dec 1870 Thomas Purtle. Issue
S182.Emma O., b ca1872
S183.Elza, b 10 Dec 1875
S184.Goldie, b 1876
S185.Effie, b 1878
S186.May Elizabeth b 1882; raised by Lucy’s sister Elizabeth who changed the name to
May Elizabeth Haner.
S102. ALMEDA HANER, b 1857, m George Washington Scurlock, b 25 Dec 1854 Benton
IL, d 25 Apr 1932 . Issue: (SCURLOCK)
S187.William Edward, b 19 Dec 1881, d 19 Sep 1966; m 19 Jan 1904 Anna May Hulva
(Hulvey), b 8 Apr 1874, d Aug 1971 age 97. Issue: .
Kenneth Raymond, b 14 May 1905, d 26
Jul 1999; m 17 Oct 1925 Gladys Ora Mallory, b 10 Dec 1906. (2 daughters); .
Glen, b 12 Dec
1909, d in the 1960s.
S188.Henry Cleveland, b 18 Dec 1881, d 5 Apr 1961; bu Galien MI.; m 1904 Hilda
Henrietta Meints. Issue: .
Clarence Gilbert; .
George Edward; .
Harry Arthur; .
Henry Cleveland; .
S189.Robert Elton; m Catherine Decker. Issue: .
Howard D., b 25 Sep 10 1908, d 25 Dec
Maggie Almeda, b 21 Nov 1909, d 22 Sep 1910; .
S103. JOHN DOUGLAS HANER, m Ada F. McCready
S192.Edith Clara, m. William — .
S104. FRANCIS A. HANER, m Meadie Barnes.
S194.Minny, m Cleve Bratcher
S195.Susie, m Author Thomas
+ S196.Lovie, m Johnny Bratcher
S105.CHARLES HANER, b 1866,. m Nanny Roberts. (Roberson), d 31 May 1961 age 92 (?)
S197.Dovie, b 1898, d 8 May 1986 age 88.
+ S198.Hattie, b 1902
+ S199.Irie, m William Edward Whitney
S106. JAMES ALVIN HANER, b 1872, bu 8 Nov d 1934 in Dalton AR. He m Delphia May
Smith, b 15 Jan 1884 Weimer AR.
S202.Goldie, b 1902, d 1910
S203.James Franklyn, b 1907, d 1980; m(1)Merle; m(2) Kay; m(3) Levita Holt.
S127. LLOYD VERNON HAYNER (“Coon”), b 5 Dec 1879 Pleasant Hill IL, d 1955 Normal
IL. m(1) 19 Feb 1901 Mary Gorman, in Strawn IL and had 4 children. Mary d ca 1910 and
Lloyd went to Chicago and was a policeman; changed name spelling to Hayner.
S207.LeRoy (2 boys)
S208.Harold Thomas (2 girls)
S209.Geraldine, married, d in her 20s, no ch
S210.Austin, d in WWII in 1940; 1 dau
S127. LLOYD VERNON HAYNER, b 5 Dec 1879; m(2) Marie I. Grobelny, b 23 Oct 1894
Poland, d 1976 Pontiac IL. They had 4 sons; moved to Carlock IL area where they ran a
S130b. BENJAMIN HANER,m Linnie Tickaneesky Ketcher, b 4 Jul 1863 Indian Territory, d
11 Mar 1947 Wagoner Co, OK d/o Benjamin Tickaneesky Ketcher & Nancy Hogshooter Tutt.
S214a..Lucinda, b 24 Nov 1896
S214b.Thomas William Haner, b 3 Apr 1897
S214c.Albert, b Dec, d ca 1901
S214d.Nancy, b 6 Jun 1902
S214e.Gertrude, b 15 Dec 1907
S131. FRANCIS MARION JOSEPH HANER, bu Lexington, McLean Co. IL; m 24 Feb 1912
Esther M. Jenkins.
S132. LULA DELL HANER, b 26 Oct 1887; m Thomas John Burke Issue: (BURKE)
[order of the children is uincertain]
216b.Marcella (d), m -----Dawson
S133. WILLIAM HANER, Sr., m Carrie —
S167. LESTER HANER, b 8 Nov 1904 twp, Harrison Co. IA, d 1 Oct 1990 Harrison Co. IA.
He m(1) 1926 Vera Hardwick, possibly from Clinton, IA; m(2) 5 Oct 1931 Laverne Lowder,
chr 1915 Ft. Dodge IA.
S196. LOVIE HANER, m Johnny Bratcher. Issue: (BRATCHER)
S198. HATTIE HANER, b 1902, d 28 Oct 1982, m Charles Jones. Issue: (JONES):
S199. IRIE/IRA HANER, m William Edward Whitney, d 1934. Issue: (WHITNEY)
S203. JAMES FRANKLYN HANER, b 7 Feb 1907, d 15 Oct 1980; m(1) Levita Holt.
S203. JAMES FRANKLYN HANER, b 7 Feb 1907, d 15 Oct 1980; m(2) Merle; m(3) Kay.
S214a. LUCINDA HANER, b 21 Nov 1896, d 16 Mar 1975, m 3 Jun 1913 Austin Joice,b8
Apr 1890, near Bakersfeld MO ,d Feb 1954. Both are buried Haner cemetery, Murphy, OK.
S214b. THOMAS WILLIAM HANER, b 3 Apr 1897, d 10 Apr 1983; he was a ranch hand
then worked for City of Bartlesville OK. He m(1) Virginia Adele Williams, b 9 Jun 1891 Thayer
MO, d 30 Dec1977 Anaheim CA. Her 2nd husband was — Bannister.
S214b. THOMAS WILLIAM HANER, b 3 Apr 1897, d 10 Apr 1983; m(2) 10 Jun 1926
Audie Melina Warman in Sallisaw OK. After a miscarriage, they had 6 children.
S214d. NANCY HANER, b 6 Jun 1902, d 27 Sep 1986; m John Potts. Issue (POTTS)
S214e. GERTRUDE HANER, b 15 Dec 1907, d 17 Apr 1980; m Bert C. Johnson, b 4 Jul
1900, d 24 Feb 1991. Issue: (JOHNSON)
T. ALBERT HAINER
TT. RICHARD HAINER
Sons of Henry Hainer, of Butler’s Rangers
We are still unable to place all of the different Hainer families in Canada before 1800. Henry
Hainer and wife Dorothy were parents of Albert Hainer and Richard Hainer. The sons were
both from Grantham; they married sisters, Catherine and Hannah Volluck (Vollick), and both
served in Butler’s Rangers, as did their father. We will designate these brothers as T. Albert
Hainer and TT. Richard Hainer. All this is subject to revision, but we want to get these two
families into the same chapter. Descendants of Albert Hainer are given below; the descendants
of Richard Hainer follow.
T. ALBERT HAINER
Albert Hainer was born near Albany, NY perhaps about 1758, as he was at least 15 years old at
the time of the Revolutionary War. It is said that his great-grandfather was born in Holland and
emigrated to America where he settled near Albany, married Margaret Jackson. Tradition has it
that Margaret Jackson was made a captive of the Indians, lived two years among them, and
married the man who rescued her. We believe that Albert was with his father, a Henry Hainer,
both enlisted in Butler’s Rangers during the Revolution. After the war was over they entered land
near St. Catharines, Ontario, which they improved. In a land petition dated ca 1787 Albert was
granted 200 acres for himself, 200 for his wife and 50 acres for each child, total 450 acres.
Evidently at that time only one child had been born. Our documentation for the family of 11
children is based on the children’s applications for land, which is the proof for their parentage.
[T] ALBERT HAINER, b ca 1758 in New York, d 2 Jul 1813; m 1787 Catherine Volluck, d/o
Isaac Volluck (Vollock), a member of Butler’s Rangers. The reference OC in the following list
refers to the Order-in-Council for land grants received as son or daughter of a Loyalist. The order
of birth of the children is uncertain.
T1.Dorothy, m 24 May 1807 David Putman of Louth. OC 16 Aug 1810, 20 May 1817.
For descendants, see section T1.
T2.Henry (of Grantham), b ca 1789
For descendants, see section T2
T3.Isaac (of Grantham), b ca 1791
For descendants, see section T3.
T4.Mary, OC 20 May 1817. She may have married a Miller.
T5.John (of Grantham), b ca 1795, OC 26 Jan 1820.
For descendants, see section T5.
T6a.Elizabeth (of Grantham), OC 11 Aug 1831, m ca 1829 John Campbell, had a son
Nelson Campbell, b 7 Jun 1830, d 10 Apr 1911.
+ T6b.George, b ca 1809, m Mary Ann Larroway . Known to be a brother of Elizabeth (see
+ T6c.George (of Grantham and Bayham), b ca 1809; m Mary Ann Sanger. He may be the
same as T6b (above), or possibly son of George Hainer, #152 in Vol. 1 of this book, who was
born in NY and came to Canada.. Placed here for reference; should really be in Volume 1.
For descendants, see section T6c
+ T7.Sarah, m John Bradt of Grantham, OC 2 Feb 1832. Possibly 5 children, not verified to
be hers, bp St. John’s Church, Port Dalhousie on 9 Jul 1843.
For descendants, see section T7
+ T8.James (of Grantham), b ca 1805; OC 27 Jun 1833. He was in N. Cayuga in 1851,
Bayham 1861 and 1871. He m(1) Catharine and had 9, possibly 10 children. James m(2) 1875
Jane (d/o Adam & Hannah (May) Bowman, widow of a Dodge.
For descendants, see section T8
+ T9.Hannah, b ca 1803, m John Swackhammer of Esquesing, OC 3 Feb 1834. For
descendants, see section T9
T10.Catherine C., b 1811 d 17 Nov 1845; m Jonas Larraway of Grantham, OC 3 Nov
1836. Buried in Smith Cemetery in Louth Twp are Jonas Larroway d 14 Apr 1876 age 71y 6 mo
19 d; wife Catherine C., d 17 Nov 1845 age 34 y 7 mo 19 d and with them is buried a son
Williamd 14 Oct age 12 y10 m6 d.
T11.Deborah, b ca 1793, m Mathias Fisher of Erin in Gore, OC 31 Jan 1839.
T1. DOROTHY HAINER
T1. DOROTHY HAINER, m 24 May 1807 David Putman of Louth. He was of wealthy
parents, captain of a vessel on Lake Erie. The boat was wrecked near Crystal Beach and the crew
escaped in small boats, drifted down to the mouth of the Chippewa and settled on the south side
of the creek east of Wellandport. The had a large family, but it is stated in The Putman Family
Tree (1932) that David left his wife “who said he would never return since his family considered
Canada a wilderness”. Issue: (PUTMAN)
T51.John, m Marilla Cook
T52.Adam, m(1) — Robins; m(2) Delila Grough
T53.Albert, m Mary Vaughan
T54.Francis, m(1) — Crosby; m(2) Mary Jane Morrow
T55.Henry, m Malinda Robins
T56.James, m Mary Jane Myres of St. Catharines
T57.William, m Elizabeth Caughill
T58.Mary, m Edmund Vaughan
T59.Hannah, m(1) Myron Brooks; m(2) George Johnson
T60.Elizabeth, m Peter Kells
T2. HENRY HAINER
The family of T2. Henry Hainer has been studied by Corlene Taylor and by Ann (Hainer)
Hughes and her father. In addition to the 5 sons listed here, there were possibly as many as 5
daughters, one of them being a Dorothy Hainer. The following list is the best we can do, but is
somewhat inexact due to the lack of Bibles and wills in these early Canadian families.
T2. HENRY HAINER, b ca 1789, d after 1846, before 1851; m Nancy (Hannah) Schram, b ca
1799, d/o Valentine Schram. We believe the names Nancy and Hannah were used
interchangeably. Hannah, wife of Henry Hainer, petitioned for land in 1821 as daughter of
Valentine Schram of Louth, a UE Loyalist. After the death of Henry Hainer, Nancy/Hannah
remarried to John Patterson (whose first wife had been Chloe Hainer, #TT5, first cousin of
Henry). The 1851 census of Louth shows John Patterson, 67, born U.S. farmer, Presbyterian, and
Nancy age 52 with children Robert W. Hainer 13, Mary Hainer 10, Melissa Hainer 6. The
marriage record of Melissa Hainer in 1862 referred to her mother as Nancy Scram Haner. Henry
Hainer/Hayner lived in Grantham Co., Ontario where he received a land grant, OC 20 May 1817.
The following list is stated by Corlene Taylor to be “Probable family of Henry Hainer”, with 9
children. The list is based on census, family records, obituaries, and Ontario Vital Statistics
records; see the section on Louth Hainers in Corlene’s 1993 book Hainers From Niagara for
many detailed references. Most of the birth years marked as “ca” are approximate, based on
census records of Louth Township.
T101.John, b 24 Dec 1824
T102.Valentine, b ca 1828
T103.Deborah, b ca 1828
T104.James, b ca 1834, m Shaver
T105.William Murray, b 1 Dec 1834
T106.Thomas, b ca 1836
T107.Robert Wesley, b 26 Dec 1839
T108.Mary, b 26 Oct 1841
T109.Melissa, b 1845 or 46; m 13 Mar 1862 Timothy Shavelier, b ca 1840, he from
T110.John Henry, b 3 Jun 1831. Probably adopted.
Generation of T2
T101. JOHN HAINER, b 24 Dec 1824, d 1 Oct 1895, Methodist in Louth. He m(1) Hannah
Larraway, b 1827, d 27 Sep 1873 (or Larriway or Lorraway)
T111.Almeda Caroline, b 6 Mar 1846, d 7 Mar 1917, bu Louth United Churchyard.
Possibly an invalid, was recorded in 1881 census as deaf and dumb, in household of her father
and his 2nd wife Elizabeth.
T112.Mary Frances, b 6 Oct 1846
T113.Alice Elizabeth, b 27 Aug 1850, d 9 Sep 1850 (per gravestone)
T114.Dorothy Ann, b ca 1851
T115.George Alva, b 3 Jul 1853
T116.Jasper, b 20 Feb 1855
T117.John, b 8 Dec 1859
T101. JOHN HAINER, b 24 Dec 1824, m(2) ca 1878 Elizabeth Saurin, (Eliza), b England ca
1846, d 6 Aug 1884, cause confinement. The child, if born, may have been raised by one of the
T118.William Francis, b 23 Sep 1877, d 10 Sep 1923 unm.
T119.James Lances, b 19 Oct 1879, d 19 Dec 1919 unm.
T120.Louisa, b 23 Sep 1881
T102. VALENTINE HAINER, b ca 1828, d Jul 1884, m Elizabeth Osterhout, b 1829, d 9 Aug
1912. Note that his maternal grandfather was Valentine Schram. His family may have had a
dairy farm near Brantford.
T121.George, b ca 1850, d 18 Sep 1851
T122.Mary Diantha, b 1853, d 25 Aug 1854
T123.Margaret, b ca 1858 (twin?)
T124.Mahala, b 13 Mar 1858, m John Sadler, res Niagara Falls, Ont.
T125.Martha, b 21 Jan 1862 m Bartlett Currie, res Niagara on the Lake.
T126.Charles Franklin, b 3 Feb 1867
T127.Effie, b 7 Jan 1872, m John Anderson, res Niagara Falls, NY
T128.Clara May, b 16 May 1877, res Drumbo
T103. DEBORAH HAINER, b ca 1828, d 1 May 1898 age 61; m Charles Seburn, d 24 Jan
1884 age 62, bu Ridgeville. Issue: (SEBURN)
T129.Henrietta, b ca 1846
T130.Laura, b ca 1848
T131.Jane, m George H. Johnson
T132.Cecelia Maria, m Oscar Anderson
T133.Louise, unm (in 1890)
T104. JAMES HAINER, b ca 1834; res in 1851 with his sister Deborah and her husband Charles
Seburn, neighbor of Mathew Seburn. He m(1) Libby — (Isobelle). He is listed in 1861 census as
a cooper, in household is the widow Elizabeth Boner, age 60, b Ireland.
T134.(child), not named, b 27 Sep 1851
T135.James, b 27 Jul 1857
T136.Ann Elizabeth (“Libbie”), b ca 1862 Born after 1861 census; could be dau of his
2nd wife Louise.
T104. JAMES HAINER, b ca 1834, m(2) Louise Shaver, b ca 1839, d 11 Sep 1898 age 59.
T105. WILLIAM MURRAY HAINER, b 1 Dec 1834, d 23 Mar 1904 age 70, in 1891 census
of Grimsby as a Baptist, labourer. m(1) Mary Ann Jones.
T138.Elizabeth, m 31 Aug 1886 Henry Marsh
T139.Martha Jane, b ca 1871
T140.Henry ( d 1876)
T105. WILLIAM MURRAY HAINER, b 1 Dec 1834, m(2) 2 Oct 1882 Mary Mahennit,b
England ca 1859, d 27 Feb 1940.
T141.Gertrude, b ca 1883, d 7 Dec 1902 in accident at Grimsby age 19, bookkeeper.
T142.Murray, b 19 Mar 1885
T106. THOMAS HAINER, b ca 1836, m Susan Morgan, b ca 1838, d/o David (Daniel)
Morgan, b England, and Charlotte Fox, b Canada. Susan’s brother Joseph Morgan lived with
them in Louth in 1862, and her sister Dorothy Ann Morgan m Robert Wesley Hayner (#T107),
brother of her husband. We believe Susan Morgan to be the same as Susan Bratt who married
Thomas E. Hayner. This Thomas was b ca 1836, age 44 in 1880 census of Romeo, MI, migrated
west to Michigan in about 1865.
T143.Henry, b ca 1857 (may be Alonzo M..)
T144.Emma, b ca 1860
T145.William R., b Apr 1864. See discussion of his son, Edward, who was adopted by
Benjamin Jones Hiner (# X69) and given the name Benjamin Jones Hiner, Jr. (#X77)
T146.Mabel, m — Edwards (Probably confused with Mabel Edwards, wife of William R.
T147.Robert W., b 9 Oct 1869 McComb, MI
T148.Maude Mae, b 18 May 1871 McComb, MI
T107. ROBERT WESLEY HAINER (Hayner), b 26 Dec 1839 in Canada, m there 30 Dec 1864
Dorothy Ann Morgan, b 22 Nov 1841 in Canada, d 20 Jun 1930 in MI, d/o Daniel Morgan &
Charlotte Fox. His brother Thomas Hainer married Dorothy’s sister Susan Morgan. He moved to
the United States in 1865 or 66 and lived both at Port Hope, MI and at Romeo, MI. He d 30 Mar
1896 from being kicked by a horse and is buried in Rosehill cem near Marine City, MI. Issue:
T150Addie Jane, b 26 Dec 1863
T151.Mary Morgan, b 21 Oct 1871
T108. MARY HAINER, b 26 Oct 1841, d 17 Apr 1928; m 19 Sep 1860 Samuel Hoover, b 21
Dec 1838, d 13 Apr 1928; res Rainham. Issue: (HOOVER) 5 sons, 2 dau.
T152a through T152g. For further information on this family contact: Cottonwood
Mansion Preservation Foundation, Selkirk, ON, N0A 1P0.
T110. JOHN HENRY HAINER, b 3 Jun 1831 in St. Catharines, Ontario, d 14 Jan 1916 St.
Clair, MI; m 12 Jul 1858 Sarah Elizabeth Bessay Seaburn, b 27 Feb 1841, d 21 Mar 1930; she
from St. Catharines. The marriage is in Lewiston, NY Town offices: John H Hanor and Sarry E
Seaburn of Louth. Among the witnesses were T605.Thomas E Hanor and Susan Hanor, his
probable brother and sister-in-law.
Tradition is that he was of Dutch ancestry, an orphan raised by a family named Brant (Bradt,
Bratt) and that he had brothers Charles, Matthew, and James. (These brothers may be others
raised by the Brant family, not his own brothers). He is not to be confused with another John
Henry Hainer, born 1841 (#T803). John’s children adopted the spelling HAYNER.
T153.William Henry, b 14 Aug 1862, d Mar 1953; unm; res East China, MI.
T154.John R., b 2 May 1866, d 28 Oct 1924; unm.
T155.Nellie May, b 24 Nov 1868
T156.Charles Wesley, b 27 Nov 1870, d 17 Apr 1910; unm.
T157.Frank, b 19 Sep 1874, d 14 May 1919; unm.
T158.Paul Kelley, b 13 Apr 1877
T159.Leslie, b 19 Oct 1879
T160.Frederick Milford, b 21 Jan 1884
T161.Alexander Bessay, b 20 May 1886
Generation of T2:
T112. MARY FRANCES HAINER, b 6 Oct 1846, d 25 Jan 1923; m ca 1865 John Blair, b ca
1846, d 11 Jan 1918; res Ontario, both parents b in Scotland. Agent for the GTR. The family was
shown in Port Dalhousie census of 1901. Issue: (BLAIR)
T162.Margaret, b ca 1867
T163.Elsie, b ca 1873, d 1947
T164. —-p, b ca 1874 (?)
T165.Mary Ethel, b 23 Sep 1879, d 27 Aug 1956; m Charles Edward Woolverton. Issue:
Sarah Frances, m Francis Hugh Liddle.
T166.Henry Jessop, b ca 1882
T167.James Alexander, b ca 1886
T168.Frank, b ca 1887
T114. DOROTHY ANN HAINER, b ca 1851, d 30 Jan 1934; m Charles Edward May, b 17
Apr 1851, d 10 May 1934. They had a family and lived at the “15”. Issue: (MAY)
T169.Harold Arnold, b 2 Jul 1876, d 1959
T170.Lewis Philip, b 7 Apr 1880, d 1968
T171.Archie Franklin, b 18 Nov 1885, d 1965
T172.Charles Burrell, b 14 May 1887, d 1959
T173.Maggie Marinda, b ca 1892; m 3 Jun 1914 Corby Mahlon Richards, b ca 1885
T115. GEORGE ALVA HAINER, b 3 Jul 1853, d 8 May 1919; m Alice Ryckman, b 14 Apr
1856, d 15 Aug 1938, res in Louth 1881, she in St. Catharines by 1911. Also in Ben’s obit are
sisters Mrs. [Ivan] Lee, and Mrs. Stivers.
T174.Gertrude Maud, b 1 Sep 1876
T175.Benjamin Oscar, b 1 Apr 1878
T176.Ethel Blanche, b 7 Apr 1880
T177.Stella Bell, b 1 Aug 1882
T178.George Edward, b 19 Dec 1886
T179.Hannah Cordelia, b 9 Jul 1895, m 1915 Frederick William Groombridge.
T180.Donald Andrew, d before 1919
T116. JASPER HAINER, b 20 Feb 1855, d 3 Feb 1912; m 14 Aug 1878 Fanny Knight, b 11
Aug 1860, d 1950; farmer, Norwich North
T181 Edmund, b 13? Jun 1879 (or Edward)
T182.John Alva, b 5 Jul 1881
T183.Alice, b 29 Jul 1883
T184.Clarence, b 17 Nov 1885
T185. — [Brawley] (Mrs. Brawley of Toronto) (perhaps this is Dina.)
T186.Lorne Percy, b 1 Jan 1891, d 9 May 1917; killed at Vimy Ridge in France in WWI;
was with 125th Brant Battalion.
T187.Dina, b 15 Oct 1894
T188.Lucy, b 19 Mar 1897, d 1947; m Harold Kenty
T117. JOHN HENRY HAINER, b 8 Dec 1859, m 16 Nov 1880 Melinda Margaret May,b5
T189.Amanda, b 16 Aug 1885
T120. LOUISA HAINER, b 23 Sep 1881; m(1) 6 Jun 1903 Robert Griffon. Issue: (GRIFFON)
T190.Florence E., b 15 Mar 1904, d 26 Aug 1991; m.Frederick C. Luby, d 1990; issue: (2
T191.Viola, b 11 Mar 1906; m — Embury
T120. LOUISA HAINER, b 23 Sep 1881, m(2) Arthur E. Teasel (b 1882) Issue: (TEASEL)
T126. CHARLES FRANKLIN HAINER, b 3 Feb 1867; m 17 Jul 1895 Alberta “Bertha”
Taylor, b 11 Nov 1874 in Fenella, Ont., res Niagara-on-the-Lake.
T194.Charles F., b 26 May 1896, d 21 Sep 1943; m 14 Mar 1923 Myrtle Secter in Toronto
T195.Teresa (Bertha), b 11 Oct 1897, m 10 Jul 1926 William Whittaker in Toronto.
T196.Colin Harvey, b 19 Feb 1899
T197.Clifton W., b 26 Sep 1900, d 1982, m Oct 1920 Nellie Walters
T198.William Valentine, b 27 Apr 1903, m 11 Apr 1931 Elsie Tiffany
T199.Helen May, b 11 Aug 1909, m 18 Nov 1944 Louis Davies in Toronto
T128. CLARA MAY HAINER, b 16 May 1877, d 14 Sep 1940; m 24 Dec 1902 Albert Elam
Moyer, b 10 Aug 1876, d 3 Aug 1941; res Drumbo. Issue: (MOYER)
T200.Charles Milton, b 6 Mar 1904; m 25 Mar 1925 Alice Burtch
T201.Norman Albert, b 1 Dec 1905; m 25 Jul 1942 Charlotte E. Leuzler.
T135. JAMES HAINER, b 27 Jul 1857, d 4 Jan 1924; m 17 Nov 1879 Cathyerine Dennis;b
1861, d 1931; res Blenheim.
T206.Elizabeth, b ca 1880
T207.James, b 3 Oct 1882 at St. Catharines
T208.May Pearl, b ca 1884, m 19 Mar 1906 Robert James Tasker, b ca 1882.
T209.Bertha L., b ca 1886, m 28 Jun 1904 William W. Bell, b ca 1880.
T210.John F., b 1887, d 1968; m 1911 Florence Ryckman
T211.Martha, b ca 1889
T212.Gertrude, b ca 1891
T213.Albert. b ca 8 Feb 1891
T214.William, b 20 Jan 1893; m 1915 Caroline Knight
T215.Dorothy Endora, b 16 Apr 1895
T216.Mary, b ca 1897, m Walter Charron
T217.Clark, b 1899, d Jan 1962; m Melvina Dubuque
T218.Frederick, b 4 Jun 1903
T142. MURRAY HAINER, b 19 Mar 1885 or 1886, d 27 Dec 1953; m Melissa Cosby, b 1880,
d 1977; res Grimsby.
T219.Arthur, res New York City
T150. ADDIE JANE HAYNER, b 19 Dec 1863 Lincoln Co., Ontario, d 19 Jan 1939; m 5 Jul
1882 John Delbert Stranahan, res Romeo, MI. Issue: (STRANAHAN)
T220Nellie, b 1883, d 1884
T221.Charles Wesley, b 27 Oct 1886, d Jan 1949
T222.Frances Mae, b 1889
T223.Dorothy, b 1899, d 1917
T224.Helen Ruth, b 26 Jun 1901 Toledo OH; m Charles Ray Densmore (#T227), her first
cousin, s/o Charles Densmore & Mary Morgan Hayner; res Plymouth, MI. Issue: (1 daughter).
T151. MARY MORGAN HAYNER, b 21 Oct 1871; m 31 Dec 1889 Charles S. Densmore,b
23 Dec 1864, d 4 Jan 1943 Marine City, MI. Issue: (DENSMORE)
T225.Addie May, b 12 Oct 1890 St Clair MI, d Apr 1955 Marine City MI. She m Andrew
Anderson, d 12 Dec 1970. Issue: (2 daughters, 5 sons, grandchildren).
T226.Nomer, b 25 Feb 1893, d 18 Mar 1893.
T227.Charles Ray, b 18 Dec 1894, d 27 Jan 1977, m 2 Jul 1938 Helen Ruth Stranahan
(#T224), his first cousin, d/o John D. Stranahan & Addie Jane Hayner. Issue: (1 daughter).
T228.Elizabeth L., b 23 Jan 1897; m William Phillips.
T229.Dorothy S., b 20 Sep 1900, d 6 Nov 1920
T230.Jay Morgan, b 9 Oct 1903, res Marine City MI
T231.John Reynolds, b 4 Aug 1905, d May 1967 St. Clair MI
T232.Harry Hayner, b 26 Apr 1908 res Marine City, MI
T235.son (twin), d.y.
T155. NELLIE MAY HAYNER, b 24 Nov 1868, d 17 Feb 1923; m Robert Randall. Issue Port
Huron, MI (RANDALL)
T236.Mae; m Clair Petit
T158. PAUL KELLEY HAYNER, b 13 Apr 1877, d 16 May 1953; m(1) Helen Wilton.
T158. PAUL KELLEY HAYNER, b 13 Apr 1877; m(2) Rose — .
T159. LESLIE HAYNER, b 19 Oct 1879, d 15 Jan 1953; m Edna Moore.
T160. FREDERICK MILFORD HAYNER, b 21 Jan 1884, d between 1962 and 1971; m 14
May 1912 Rose Marie Lingeman of Detroit. Issue in Port Huron, MI
T161. ALEXANDER BESSAY HAYNER, b 20 May 1886, d 9 Feb 1943; m Maybel Wonsey
of Marine City, MI.
Generation of T2:
T174. GERTRUDE MAUD HAINER, b ca 1876, d 7 Mar 1947; m 24 Nov 1891 David
Leonard Hutton, b ca 1868 ; he was from Port Dalhousie. Issue: (HUTTON)
T243.Ella Gale (1 son)
T175. BENJAMIN OSCAR HAINER, b 1 Apr 1878, d 29 Jan 1936, m 31 Oct 1906 Minnie
Louisa Butler, b ca 1878; widow of — Etherington, with a family. They res at Grantham.
Dates and family names of the following not clear.
T244.— , m Stanley Scott
T245.— , m John Johnson
T246.— , m L. Evans
T176. ETHEL BLANCHE HAINER, b 7 Apr 1880, d 7 Feb 1942; m Jesse Franklin May, b 11
Sep 1871, d 16 Nov 1955. Issue: (MAY)
T252.Frank Austin, b 13 Dec 1898; drowned, Hamilton Harbour. m. Rose Emma
Goodacre, had children.
T253.Wilfred Earl, b 12 Feb 1901, d 14 Feb 1920
T254.Harvey Beverly, b 31 Oct 1902; married twice, res Welland; had 2 daughters.
T177. STELLA BELL HAINER, b 1 Aug 1882; m(1) Frederick Roland May, b Jul 1865, d 17
Aug 1925. Issue: (MAY)
T255.Earl, b ca 1906, d 1911, drowned in canal.
T177. STELLA BELL HAINER, b 1 Aug 1882; m(2) Archie Stiven
T178. GEORGE EDWARD HAINER, b 19 Dec 1886, d 22 May 1948; m(1) 1913 Agnes May
Douglas, res St. Catharines
T178. GEORGE EDWARD HAINER, b 19 Dec 1886, m(2) Mabel Piper.
T261.daughter (had 9 daughters, 2 sons, 24 grand-and 5 great-grandchildren when she
T181. EDMUND HAINER, b Jun 1879, d 1950; m 26 Oct 1898 Mary Squance, b ca 1879
T262.Ethel, b 5 Jul 1899
T263.Maude, b 11 Jan 1901
T182. JOHN ALVA HAINER, b 5 Jul 1881, d 22 Mar 1950; m Beatrice A. Singer, b ca 1886, d
27 Mar 1959. Helped form the Hygienic Dairy in 1912; varied positions in management of
dairies in the Brantford region. Note: Corlene Taylor says that John Alva Hainer had no issue.
T189. AMANDA HAINER, b 16 Aug 1885, d ca 1985 leaving a large family. She m —
T196. COLIN HARVEY HAINER, b 19 Feb 1899, d 15 Apr 1968 ; m 4 Feb 1933 Ethel
Matthews, res St. Catharines.
T238. MARION HAYNER, m Paul Gunther. Issue: (GUNTHER)
T239. GEORGE HAYNER, res Royal Oak, MI. Had issue:
T3. ISAAC HAINER
T3. ISAAC HAINER (Haner), b 1792 or before, d Sep 1859 near Monmouth, IA. He m
Magdalena May, b near St. Catharines, Ontario, d 1877 in Monmouth, IA, d/o Peter May who
was b near Albany, NY. Peter was son of William May, a member of Butler’s Rangers. Isaac was
a farmer, served in the War of 1812, received land grant in Grantham, Ontario, OC 20 May 1817;
later improved a homestead of 100 acres in Moulton Twp near Hamilton, Ontario, where Peter,
George, Andrew, Celeste and Phoebe were censused in 1851. He then moved to St. Catharines. In
1855 he sold out and moved to Monmouth, Jackson Co., IA where he purchased a farm which he
improved and upon which he died in 1859. Their 12 children were all born in Canada; the order is
T301.Eve, b ca 1818
T302.Albert, b 24 Aug 1820
T303.Catherine, b 23 Mar 1822, d 14 Sep 1910; m Philip Foss b 8 Sep 1820, d 28 Aug
1910. Had 11 ch in MI, some in Sault Ste. Marie.
T304.Peter, b ca 1825/26.
T305.William, res first in Canada, then Buffalo, NY.
T306.Benjamin, res Minnesota.
T307.Ann, b ca 1834, m — O’Kelly, res Sioux County, IA.
T308.George, b ca 1830, d age 22.
T309.Andrew. b ca 1836
T310.Phoebe, b ca 1837, m Smith; d ca 1919.
T311.Frances, b ca 1839, d 1885.
T312.Celeste, b ca 1846; m — Hanson, res Jackson Co., IA
Generation of T3:
T301. EVE HAINER, b 1 Dec 1818, d 12 Mar 1893 , [m?] Thomas Darling, d before 1878, res
North Grimsby twp. Death certif filed by her dau names her Eve Hainer, b Moulton Twp, wife
of Thomas Darling, b Niagara on the Lake. She is found in the 1861 Wainfleet census near
Andrew Hainer, b ca 1836 (her brother T309?). Issue: (DARLING)
T313.Elizabeth Darling, b 18 Jun 1842, d 8 Jul 1923; m 11 Jan 1865 Andrew Hansler
Bradt, b 20 Feb 1838, d 3 Mar 1928. Issue: .
Jennie Marie, b 27 Nov 1874. d 1966, m
T302. ALBERT HANER, b 24 Aug 1820 near St, Cathartines, Ontario, Canada, d 1894 Jackson
Co., IA; m at Manchester, NY 28 Mar 1849 Charlotte Vrooman, b 28 Mar 1829 near London,
Ontario, d ca 1891 in Maquoketa Township, Jackson Co., IA, d/o Adam Vrooman and Elizabeth
McCowan (she b near St. John, Nova Scotia). At age 16 he enlisted in the Canadian militia and
served in 1837 during the Canadian Rebellion. He farmed in Canada until 1855, moved to
Maquoketa Township, Jackson Co., IA where he was one of the earliest settlers. Note: An 1851
census record of Moulton Twp, near Hamilton, gives Albert age 30, married to Charlotte age 22,
and with them an Elizabeth age 10, Ransford age 5, Jane age 4. We cannot place this Elizabeth
T314.Jane (Jennie), b 1848 in Canada
T315.Ransford, b ca 1850 in Canada
+ T316.Margaret E., b 1854 in Canada
+ T317.Victoria C., b 23 Oct 1855 in Iowa
+ T318.Charles Edward, b 9 Aug 1865
T319.Mary May, b 1859 Jackson Co., IA, d 1938; m Fred B. Lockwood; he a farmer, she
a school teacher. They had no children but brought up Fern Haner, d/o Ransford’s daughter
+ T320.Emily E., b 1863
T303. CATHARINE HANER, b 23 Mar 1822, d 14 Sep 1910; m Philip Foss b 8 Sep 1820, d
28 Aug 1910; 11 ch in MI, some in Sault Ste. Marie. Issue: (FOSS)
T321.Martha, b ca 1841
T322.Emmanuele, b ca 1843
T323.Alford, b ca 1848
T324.Milton, b ca 1847
T325.Emma, b ca 1853
T326.Norris, b ca 1856
T327.Warren, b ca 1858
T328.Daxter, b ca 1860
T329.Oscar, b ca 1862
T330.Anna, b ca 1866
T304. PETER HANER, b ca 30 Oct 1825 in Canada West, 9 Sep 1883; m(1) Rosanna Wills;
m(2) 28 Oct 1855 Mary Ann Moore, b 8 Dec 1830, d Canada West; Some birth years from ages
in 1870 census of Duplaine Twp., Clinton Co., MI.
T331.Carrie, b 1851, d 18 Oct 1936; m 25 May 1875 William Angle, b May 19 1853, d
23 Feb 1914
+ T332.Nehemiah, b 7 Jan 1856 .
T333.Theresa M. (Maggie)., b 6 Oct 1857; m(1) William Berry; m(2) Philip Mathews.
Ruth Greer of Iron Mountain, MI is a granddaughter of William Berry and Maggie
T334.Edna, b 10 Sep 1859, d 22 Jun 1936; m 20 Feb 1878 Richard Berry.
T335.Lavinia, b c 1866, d 1888
+ T336.Jesse, b 6 May 1867
T337.David J., b 26 Apr 1869, [age 1/12 yr in census 22 Aug 1870 (a one year
discrepancy)], d 2 Jun 1952. He m(1) Anna Casey; m(2) Olive Foster; adopted Maynard Hainer
who m Lucille De Mott.
T338.Ursula Adella, b 14 Feb 1872, d 20 Aug 1953; m Ermon High; adopted Richard
High, b 23 Dec 1926 who m and had a family.
T339.Esther, died at age 2.
T306. BENJAMIN HAINER, b 16 Oct 1820, d 1908; m ca 1854 Martha Griffin, b 1 Jul 1830,
d 2 Oct 1920.
T340.Frank, b ca 1858, went to to Loyalist, AB, had 9 ch.
T341.Warren, b ca 1862, d 1937 in Iowa
T344.Phoebe, b ca 1864, m Ed Keily, had 6 ch.
T345.Martha, b ca 1865, m Corbett, went to Fargo ND, had 2 ch
T346.Benjamin, b ca 1866 in MN
T347.Anna, m Reid of Detroit MN
They also adopted 4 children. The family moved back to Canada in 1861, then to Detroit in
T309. ANDREW HANER, b 12 Mar 1835 in Canada West, d 9 Jan 1918; m 23 May 1856
Corrintha McComb (McCombs); b 27 May 1840 Welland Co., d 30 Aug 1917, both b St.
Johns,. MI. She was d/o Samuhl.Census of Wainfleet Twp includes Mary McComb, 61, a widow
(perhaps her mother), and children Ernest, 4, and Wilford, 2. They moved to MI in 1864. Birth
years below are based on the Michigan census of 1870. The obit of Mrs Hainer states that they
had 9 children, 6 of whom living in 1917; the obit lists surviving children: Mrs S.W.Ferguson
(Detroit), W.W., (Lansing); Mrs. T.W. Snelling (Elsie); Orlo (Mt. Pleasant); Lewis and Joseph
T348.Jeanette, b 3 Dec 1859, m 1877 Samuel Ferguson; 3 ch.
T349.Wilford, b 21 May 1859 (inconsistent), d Jan 1950, m 1875 Belle Abbot. Some ch
bu Duplain MI. Since he celebrated his 100th with 5 g-g-grandchildren, it seems that his birth
year was 1850, not 1859.
T350.Martha, b ca 1861, d 15 Feb 1936; m — Snelling
T351.Joseph H., b 6 Aug 1863, d 3 Feb 1935; m 1889 Nettie Currier; had 4 daughters.
T352.Orla A.., b 6 Apr 1865, d 20 Mar 1935; m Nettie Albaugh
T353.Dora Ann, b 1867, d 1872
T354.Benjamin, b 1869, d 1872
T355.Lew J., m Jennie, b 13 Oct 1846, d 30 Mar 1944 in MI
T310. PHOEBE HANER, b ca 1837, d 1919 Lyons, IA; m — Smith, who d in a Georgia prison
during the Civil War, leaving her with 4 small children, two of whom died. Phoebe made
beautiful lace of delicate, lovely patterns. Issue: Two children survived (SMITH)
3rd Generation of T3:
T314. JANE HANER (Jennie), b 1848 in Canada, d 1936 Maquoketa, IA. She m(1) Isaac Miller
(div). Issue: (MILLER)
T314. JANE HANER (Jennie), b 1848; m(2) John Bechtel who d 1887. Issue: (BECHTEL)
T359.Ava, d 1921; m William DeFrates.
T315. RANSFORD HANER, b ca 1850 in Canada; m — Reynolds.
T360.Annie; m; her dau Fern brought up by Ransford’s sister Mary May Haner Lockwood
T361.Forest, a carpenter who res Omaha, NE.
T316. MARGARET E. HANER, b 20 Jan1854 in Canada, d 13 Nov 1922 Maquoketa, IA;
school teacher; m Otto Gordon, farmer Maquoketa, IA. Issue: (GORDON)
T362.Maude, m Lynn Jenkins; res Nebraska.
T363.Jennie, m George Dilley; res Maquoketa.
T364.Emma, m Russell Babcock; res Maquoketa.
T365.Bess, m Bert Davis; res Maquoketa.
T366.Harry, d ca 1963; res Omaha, NE.
T317. VICTORIA C. HANER, b 23 Oct 1855 Jackson Co., IA, d 1950 Maquoketa, Jackson Co.,
IA. She was a teacher before marriage; m Levi Swaney, farmer in Maquoketa, IA. Issue:
T367.Pearl, m Franke Meneke
T368.Fred, m Agnes Hopper; d 1953.
T369.Stanley, b 1893; unm. He was a florist at Maquoketa.IA.
T370.Alworth, b 1895; res Oregon.
T371.Harry and Howard, twins, d. inf.
T318. CHARLES EDWARD HANER, b 9 Aug 1865, d 5 May 1941; m 1887 Hattie Louise
Griffin, b 13 Jun 1865, d 10 Jan 1946. He was a carpenter and violinist who played for square
dances; bought large farm in Clinton Co., IA in 1904; moved to town of Maquoketa in 1933.
About 1900 the name changed from Haner to Hainer.
T372.Zora Meryl, b 17 Nov 1888
T373.Vera Irene, b 24 Aug 1890; unm. School teacher, secretary, ret to Branson, MO.
T374.Madge Louise, b 21 Mar 1894
T375.Helen Hannah, b 2 Feb 1899, m 26 Feb 1940 Martin J. Kenton, who d Mar 1961;
T376.Ford Albert, b 23 Mar 1902, d 11 Aug 1946; m 1925 Isabelle Penn (div).
T377.Sybil Elizabeth, b 1 Apr 1904; unm; secretary-bookkeeper; ret 1962 from Assoc. of
Military Surgeons of the U.S. in Washington, DC; located at Branson, MO with her sisters
Maxine and Vera.
T378.Maxine Claire, b 2 Apr 1908, d 27 Oct 1964; unm. She was a WAAC, joining in
1943; ret after 10 years active duty and 10 years in USA Army Reserve, with rank CWO-3; unm.
Lived in Branson MO with two sisters; bu National Cemetery, Springfield, MO.
T320. EMILY E. HANER, b 1863 Jackson Co., IA, d 1941 Beloit, WI; m Thomas Pope,
carpenter; violinist. Res Beloit, WI.
T379.Lottie, d 1963; m(1) — Osborn; m(2) — Hathaway.
T381.Bertha, d.y. (twin)
T382.Bert, d.y. (twin)
T383.Martha, d 22 Sep 1956; m Francis S. Barr, d 1 Nov 1958.
T384.Thomas, Jr.; a musician.
T332. NEHEMIAH HAINER, b 7 Jan 1856, d 20 Sep 1946; m Alice L. Squires, b 1861, d 30
T385.Eunice, m(1) Herbert Banks, d 6 Aug 1903; m(2) Wilber Hinsley.
T386.Maude, d 21 Nov 1969, m 25 Dec 1902 George Ellis, b 12 Aug 1878, d 20 Aug
T336. JESSE HAINER, b 6 May 1867, d 23 Apr 1945; m(1) 27Jun 1894 Rosanna Thompson,b
1869, d 8 Jun 1908.
T389.Peter Thompson, b 13 Sep 1895
T390.Elgin Herbert, b 22 Apr 1897
T391.Ivan C., b 18 Nov 1899
T392.Marion Frances. b 8 Oct 1901; m Clifford Wetherbee
T393.Russell Moore, b 4 Nov 1903 [adopted by High family]
Generation of T3:
T372. ZORA MERYL HAINER, b 17 Nov 1888, d 17 Feb 1963; m 11 Jan 1911 Alva George
Nims, b 7 Nov 1888, d 8 Dec 1965. A farmer, Maquoketa, IA. Issue: (NIMS)
T374. MADGE LOUISE HAINER, b 21 Mar 1894, d 2 Jul 1950; a teacher; m Gale Buchner
(div). He was a mortician, Maquoketa, IA. Issue: (BUCHNER)
T400.(daughter), d. at birth.
T387. GEORGE HAINER, m Frances Baldwin
T389. PETER THOMPSON HAINER, b 13 Sep 1895, d Mar 1963; m 29 Dec 1915 Fern
Antes, b 1896, d 29 Jan 1970.
T390. ELGIN HERBERT HAINER, b 22 Apr 1897, d 27 Feb 1969; m 1 Jun 1921 Esther B.
T391. IVAN C. HAINER, b 18 Nov 1899; m Ruth Allen.
T393. RUSSELL MOORE HAINER, b 4 Nov 1903, d 22 Aug 1980; m 16 Mar 1935
Marguerite Folks, b 23 Mar 1905. He was adopted by the High family.
T418.son [surname High]
T5. JOHN HAINER of Grantham
T5. JOHN HAINER, b ca 1795, of Grantham, d 4 Jan 1860 in Brant Co., Ontario; m Nancy
Bowman. This line has been researched by a descendant, Jacqueline Morrison Miller, and others.
According to Corlene Taylor, “In Grantham in 1828 there appear to be 2 Johns as well as a John
B. with families. It is possible that one John was the son of Albert, one was probably the eldest
son of George (son of John Sr.[?]) and the third, John B. the son of Zacharias Hainer. ” ... Until
proved otherwise, we take the John Hainer of this section to be the son of Albert. The petition of
John Hainer of Grantham, dated 13 Apr 1819 and which he signed, asks that Alexander Stewart
of York, Gentleman, be permitted to locate the land for him. Witness was Isaac Hainer, who
signed by mark. The cover of the petition states “Received from James May 18 Jan 1820.” He
was allowed 200 acres as the Son of a Loyalist, Albert Hainer UE. This seems to be significant
evidence that our T5.John Hainer was son of Albert.
Family legend says that he was part of the small invading company which seized and destroyed
Buffalo and fought the bloody battle of Lundy’s Lane in the War of 1812. The 1851 census of
Brant County shows that he was born about 1796 in Canada West [now Ontario]; he d 4 Jan
1860. In 1822 he married Nancy Bowman, b ca 1805, d 4 Nov 1892, d/o Adam Bowman and
Hannah May. The land on which John farmed belonged first to the sister of Hannah May. John
Hainer died 4 Jan 1860 and is buried at Northfield, where his tombstone lists his age as 64. Nancy
Bowman remarried 26 Jul 1871 Sylvanus Nichols, a minister, who was b ca 1805, d 6 Jun 1887
[his ordination certificate in 1852 is spelled Sdilvanis or Silvenis Nickols.]
+ T501.Mary Jane, b 18 Apr 1823 or 9 Apr 1824, d 27 Feb 1912. She m 18 Jan 1843 Harvey
Bartley Griswold, b 29 Jun 1819, d Jun 1912, lived in Brantford (7 children).
T502.Margaret, b 27 Jul 1825, m Isaac Kelly (11 children).
T503.Diana Catherine, b 27 May 1827, d 30 Jan 1908, m Isaac Lemon; (9 children).
T504.William, b about 1828 possibly is the William Hamilton Hainer, a carpenter of
Burford Twp with wife Delilah (Zeplery) Hainer.
+ T505.Permilla A., d 1872; m Nelson Bessy who later married Jenny Byers, sister of
Margaret Byers who m Permilla’s brother John W. Hainer (#510).
+ T506.James Murray, probably born about 1832; married (2nd) Catherine Rachnor on 24
Nov 1861 (Tottle has b 1830) Conflicting data need to be resolved.
T507.Charles Henry, b 2 Jun 1834 (9 children).
T508.Julia Ann, b 2 Oct 1838 m. Daniel Utter (10 children)
T509.Amos, b and d 1842 (per Tottle)
T510.John Wesley, b 31 Jul 1845; m Margaret Byers (7 children)
Generation of T5:
T501. MARY JANE HAINER, b 18 Apr 1823 or 9 Apr 1824 Burford Twp, Brant Co. ON; d 27
Feb 1912. She m 18 Jan 1843 Harvey Bartley Griswold, b 29 Jun 1819? In NY, d 15 Jun 1912,
lived in Brantford. Issue: (GRISWOLD)
T511.John Lyman, b 1843, m Barbary Recknew, b 1844. Issue: .
Ida, b 1865, .
b 1866; .
Charles N., b 1867; .
Emma, b 1869, m W.H.Irving; .
Frances, b 1870; .
Annie Mat, b 1876, m Harvey Casler, b 1871 (Alex 1895, Leala 1897); .
Lydia, b 1876;
Harvey, b 1881; .
Roy F., b 1883, m Catherine F Ferrell, b 1886.
T512.George, b 1845; m Hannah Buckrell, b 1849
T513.Hartley Allen, b 1847? est.date; (Larry White gives 1863); m Tamar McAfee, b
1850. Issue: .
Gertrude Minnie, b 1886, m Morton Holyoke Thomas (1 daughter); .
Lorna, b 1887, m Harry Lloyd Burgess (3 sons); .
Merville, 1888, m Vivian Clarice Dennis, b
1889 (3 daughters, 1 son); .
Mabel Claire, b 1890, m Frederick White, b 1892 (4 children—3
T514.Melinda, b 1849, m Charles Rockett
T515.Margaret Jane, b 24 Jul 1852, d 19 May 1912, m 3 Mar 1869 Francis Longworth, b
17 Aug 1842, d 21 May 1901, res Oxford Co. ON. Issue: .
(Herbert), b 23 May 1872, d 16 May 1967, m 14 Feb 1900 Marietta Kelly, b 16 Sep 1878, d 20
Jul 1970 (Lorena Kathleen [Gertrude] 1909); .
T516.Nancy Catherine, m. John Hughes. Issue: .
Iva, m Scott Hastings (Walter, Nancy).
T517.Anna, m Alexander H. Casler.
T502. MARGARET HAINER, b 27 Jul 1825, d 27 Oct 1872, bu Blenheim Twp;. m 10 Nov
1841 Isaac Kelly, b 8 Jan 1823 Kelvin, Ontario, d 7 May 1911.. He moved to Mayville MI.with
his 2nd wife. Issue: (KELLY)
T518.Nelson, b 1845
T519.Townsend, b 1847
T520.Mary-Ann, b 31 Dec 1849, d 13 Sep 1876; b Burford Twp, d Drumbo. She m 1 Jan
1868 William Whittrick, b 25 Jan 1840, d 24 Jan 1931, next-door neighbor in a small county
hamlet known as Windfall, Blenheim Twp. Issue: .
Martha, b 27 Feb 1869, d 15 Oct 1966, m 25
Jan 1888 James Alfred Tottle, b 26 Jan 1863, d 29 Jun 1917 (George William, Effie Mae 1892,
Lawrence Willard 1898); .
John, b 3 Nov 1870, d 25 Oct 1961, m 18 Feb 1917 Elizabeth
Bennett, b 14 Jun 1889, d 3 Dec 1943 (2 sons, 2 daughters); .
Isaac, b 1872 , d 30 Oct 1878; .
Rosa b 13 Nov 1874; d 28 Feb 1920, m 28 Jun 1895 Jasper Orran Pierce, b 13 May 1875, d 1 Apr
1936 (1 son, 1 daughter); .
Mary Ann b 17 Aug 1876, d 11 Jul.1969, m 27 Dec 1898 Jesse E.
Kelly, b 14 Jun 1874, d 1 Jul 1940 (Lorne Clayton 1901, Vera Permilla 1903.)
T521.Charles, b 1852
T522.Jesse, b 1854
T523.Murray, b 1856
T524.John, b 1858 – a Reverend
T525.Benjamin, b 1861
T526.Nancy, b 21 Nov 1863, d 13 Nov 1863, bu next to her mother.
T527.Samantha, b 1864
T528.Harvey, b 1870
T503. DIANA CATHERINE HAINER, b 27 May 1827, d 30 Jan 1908, m 24 Jan 1845 Isaac
Lemon, b 1823, d ca 1885; He was a carpenter, joiner, wheelwright in Erie Co., PA. Issue:
T529.Mary Ann, m William H. Johnson
T533.Amanda Lucretia, m W. H. Johnson
T535.Melissa Rosella, m — Bridgeland
T536.Mertilla Ethel, m John Sperry
T504. WILLIAM HAINER, b ca 1828 (1850 census of S. Norwich), possibly is the William
Hamilton Hainer, a carpenter of Burford Twp with wife Delilah (Zeplery) Hainer... maiden name
T538.Albert, b 1860, m 1 Jul 1884 Florence Jones, b 1864, d/o Benj. & Mary.
T505. PERMILLA A. HAINER, b — , d 1872; m Nelson Bessy of Burford Twp. Moved to
near Fostoria, Watertown Twp. Tuscola Co. MI, then to Lapeer Co. MI. Issue: (BESSY)
T539.John N., b 1856, m 6 Sep 1879 Mary Byers, b Dec 1858 or 60, d 1936, bu
Watertown Twp, Tuscola Co. MI. Issue: .
Cora Belle, b 28 Dec 1881, m(1) 11 Dec 1901 Herbert
J Coe , b 1877, d 1903. She m(2) 5 Sep 1905 Fred Kester., b 1868, d 1954 (Mary S. 1907, Erma
May 1909.) .
Lizzie May, b 6 Dec 1882, d 24 Jan 1962 m 3 Sep 1901 Drewry John Aurand, b
1877, d 1950 (Eva Mae 1903, son); .
Nellie, b 21 Feb 1887, d 13 May 1908; m 3 Aug 1905
Newell M. Johnson, b 1873, d 1953 (Forest D., d inf 1907).
T540.Emma B., b 1856, d 1949 Lapeer Co MI; m 26 Sep 1872 Jerome Fite, b 1848, d
1916. Issue: .
John R., b 1874, d 1938; m 9 Mar 1900 Della M. Packard, b 9 Sep 1873, d 2 Feb
Blanche F. , b 1876, d 1964, m Eugene B. Johnston, b 1884, d 1946; .
Grace, b 28 May
1879, m George E. Hillman, b 1881; .
Jerome, b 21 Oct 1882, d 14 Nov 1 882; .
Norman J., b
28 May 1885, d 28 Oct 1934; m Helen E. Hoard, b 23 Aug 1885, d 26 Sep 1975 (1 son); .
Martin N., b 1881, d 12 May 1881; .
T541.Frances, b 1858, d 12 Jan 1882; m William Hurd, d 27 Jan 1915. Issue: .
M., b 2 Dec 1881 or Nov 1881, d 3 Apr 1907.
T542.Nancy E., b ca 1860-65,Tuscola Co MI, d 1949; m 31 Jan 1888 Parker T. Stickney,
b 3 Dec 1861, d 4? Feb 1846. A son d 1889.
T543.William Nelson, b 22 Feb 1870, d 8 May 1955 bu Alpena Co MI; m Mary
Dougherty, b 9 Aug 1870, d 6 Sep 1954. Issue: .
Charles Nelson, b 11 Jul 1891, d 128 Mar
1978; unm; .
Russell, b 9 Aug 1896, .
John Norman, b 12 Jun 1907, d 1 Sep1974, m 5 Nov
1927 Caroline Prena, b 5 Nov 1909 (2 daughters).
After Permilla’s death Nelson Bessy married Jennie Byers, and had 5 more children. Jennie Byers
was a sister of Margaret Byers who married Permilla’s brother John W. Hainer (#T510). The
children of Nelson Bessy and Jennie Byers were half-siblings of the 5 children of Permila Hainer.
These BESSY children were .
Lillian (b ca 1873, d 1898); .
Charles N. (b 1875, d 1952); .
M. (b 1878, d 1967); .
Edna B. (b 1881, d 1953); .
Cora (b 1884).
T506. JAMES MURRAY HAINER, b 1832, d 25 Oct 1878 (a descendant has b 1830). He m(1)
— ; m(2) Catherine Racknor (Rachnor), b ca 1834 Germany, d 1875 at birth of daughter Mary.
T544.Elizabeth, b 1854
T545.John Henry, b 31 Dec 1858?
T546.Mary, b & d Oct 1875; mother and baby died.
T507. CHARLES HENRY HAINER, b 2 Jun 1834 Northfield, Ontario, d 17 Aug 1915
Stouffville. He began preaching at age 17 and was ordained at age 18. So marked were his gifts
in the field of Evangelism that during his lifetime he held pastorates in nearly every church of the
Canadian Conference, and for a time held the office of Conference Evangelist. All told, Charles
Henry Hainer had 8 sons and one daughter; all eight of the sons became ministers – something
of a record – although one of them later became a
inventor. On 13 Dec 1853 he married (1st) 13 Dec
McCormick of Burford, b 4 Dec 1833, d 29 May
T547.Charles D., b 4 Nov 1854
T548.Edwin Alonzo, b 11 Aug 1856
T549.Levi Wesley, b 2 Jul 1858
T550.John Albert, b 13 Mar 1861
T551.William Henry, b 2 May 1863
T552.Mary Ellen, b 13 Nov 1865
T553.Whitfield John, b 26 Feb 1868
T507. CHARLES HENRY HAINER, b 2 Jan
20 Jun 1871 Grace Terry, b 7 Jul 1849, d 16 Oct
David Terry & Ann Grose.
T554.Frederick Lee, b 28 Aug 1881
T555.Herbert Milton. b 2 Apr 1890
T508. JULIA ANN HAINER, b 2 Oct 1838, d 27 Dec 1899, b Northfield, Brant Co., where her
children are buried. She m 16 Apr 1855 Daniel S. Utter, b 1830 or 1831, d 22 Nov 1920. They
lost 7 children within 17 days in a diphtheria epidemic in late December and early January 1877–
78; three died on one day. Only the eldest child survived, who was visiting away from home; they
had other children later. Issue: (UTTER)
T556.John W., b 1859, d 19 Apr 1928; one of his 2 wives d 8 Feb 1925.
T557.Annie, d of diphtheria 27 Dec 1877 age 15-2-16
T558.Melissa, d of diphtheria 25 Dec 1877 age 13-2
T559.Mary, d of diphtheria 23 Dec 1877 age 11-1-5
T560.Charles, d of diphtheria 27 Dec 1877 age 8-8-5
T561.Rosa-Belle, d of diphtheria 9 Jan 1878 age 6-10-14
T562.William, d of diphtheria 2 Jan 1878 age 4-5-13
T563.Nancy, d of diphtheria 27 Dec 1877 age 2-2-7
T564.Nancy, b 1880 (2nd of same name);m Robert Carpenter. Issue (order of children not
Marjorie, m — King; .
T565.William, b 1882 (2nd of same name); m — Miles. Issue: .
T566.Roy, b 1885; m Mary Carder. Issue: (3 daughters, 4 sons).
T510. JOHN WESLEY HAINER, b 31 Jul 1845, d 2 Aug 1920, d Kelvin, Ontario. He m 24
Dec 1865 Margaret Lucretia Byers (“Maggie”), b 11 Aug 1850, d 4 Apr 1912. Her sister Jenny
Byers married Nelson Bessy, whose first wife was Permila Hainer (#T505), sister of John Wesley
Hainer. There was an infant son b and d in 1871, and 7 surviving children.
T568.James W., b ca Jan 1865, d 17 Apr 1874 age 9 y 4 m.
T569.Flora Belle, b 2 Jul 1869
T570. Silvannus (“Bun”), b 28 Jul 1872, d 22 Jul 1931. Barber, unm.
T571.Amanda (“Mandy”), b 8 Oct 1873
T572.Frank, b 8 Dec 1875
T573.(Olive) Blanche, b 8 Aug 1881, m(1) Elsworth Van Sickle; m(2) Harry Porter after
1944. No ch by either marriage.
T574.Welby, b 27 Jun 1886
T575.Morley, b 13 Apr 1888
3rd Generation of T5:
T544. ELIZABETH HAINER, b 1854, d 1878 m 2 Mar 1873 Angus McAfee, b 1847, d ca
1889. Issue: (McAFEE)
T576.Zilpha Catherine, b 1875, m Smith Benham Gardham. Issue: .
Evelyn Clara, b
1897, m George Stanley Owen (4 sons, 3 daughters); .
Emma, b 1906, m Gordon R. Gill; .
Dorothy; 11.Joseph; 12.Ruth,
m Geo. Pizzey; 13.Kathleen, m Jack Cooper.
T545. JOHN HENRY HAINER,m Mary Elizabeth Cowan
T577.Murray James, b 27 Nov 1888; m 21 Jun 1915 Grace Cutts.
T578.Rubee Elizabeth, b 16 Aug 1890, d Sep 1914; m 1907 Ralph Barnett Goodwin.
T579.Lulu Jane, b 24 May 1893
T580.John Amos, b 31 Jul 1897, d 28 Jul 1984 age 87; m 31 Jul 1918 Lillian Olive Drury;
he was a grocery clerk in Brantford ON.
T581.Harry Edward, b and d Aug 1900
T547. CHARLES D. HAINER, b 4 Nov 1854, d 14 Jun 1887 A clergyman in Portsmouth, NH.
He m 31 Dec 1877 Mary Amelia (“Minnie”) Prosser.
+ T582.Addison Merlin, b 31 Mar 1882
T548. EDWIN ALONZO HAINER, b 11 Aug 1856, d 1 Jan 1905 in Providence, RI. He m(1)
28 Sep 1875 Margaret West, d 5 May 1887.
T583.Dudley, b 3 Aug 1880, d 2 Feb 1958; m Lily — (Laura), b 2 Nov 1882, d 31 Jan
1982; no ch.
T548.EDWIN ALONZO HAINER, b 11 Aug 1856, m(2) Harriette C. Brazier, d 13 May
T584.Winona Pearl, b 31 Aug 1891, d 25 Apr 1961
+ T585.Albion E., b 16 Nov 1899
T549. LEVI WESLEY HAINER, b 2 Jul 1858, d 4 Sep 1942; m(1) 3 Mar 1880 Celia Mann
(“Teed”), b 1855, d 30 Jul 1894.
T586.Levi Morrill, b Nov 1883, d 29 Oct 1954. He m(1) 23 Sep 1900 Laura Adda Hamill,
no ch; m(2) 1935 Helen Lee of Memphis TN; no ch.
T549. LEVI WESLEY HAINER, b 2 Jul 1858, m(2) 1 Sep 1896 Margaret Matlack, b 8 Aug
1868, d 10 Jan 1961, no ch.
T550. JOHN ALBERT HAINER, b 13 Mar 1861, d 9 Apr 1941; m 23 Jul 1891 Bertha Edson
Boynton, b 6 Jul 1872, d 22 Dec 1964.
+ T587.Bernice, b 21 Dec 1896
T551. WILLIAM HENRY HAINER, b 2 May 1863, d 9 Sep 1935, m(1) Anna Story, d 6 Sep
1886, no ch. He then m(2) 3 Nov 1887 Elizabeth Walton Rowen.
+ T588.Elsie Adair, b 14 Oct 1889
T552. MARY ELLEN HAINER, (Mollie), b 13 Nov 1865, d 9 Apr 1968; m 30 Sep 1885
Gilford Mann, b 22 Jun 1860, d 12 Aug 1894. Issue: (MANN)
T589.Vera Estelle, m 3 Jun 1914 Cyril Hamilton Durnford. Issue: (2 sons,
T590.Georgia Lilla, b 18 Aug 1894; d 28 Jun 1998 in Toronto at age 103. She m Richard
Medford Fraser, d after 1990; no ch.
T553. WHITFIELD JOHN HAINER, b 26 Feb 1868, d 9 Feb 1943; m(1) Eliza Maude Lick,b
7 Sep 1871, d 30 Mar 1950.
T591.Harold Carlyle, b 5 Feb 1902, d 14 Jun 1982; m 23 May 1931 Edythe Josephine
George, d 21 Jan 2004 Oakville ON; no ch.
T592.Dorothy Marion, b 8 Jul 1904, d 3 May 1980; no ch. She m 20 Dec 1944 Arnold
Smith, d 20 Dec 1944; he died on their wedding night at Niagara Falls; she never remarried.
+ T593.Murray Mitchell, b 4 Oct 1907
T553. WHITFIELD JOHN HAINER, b 26 Feb 1868, m(2) Mildred A— , b ca 1885.
T554. FREDERICK LEE HAINER, b 28 Aug 1881, d 26 May 1975; m Olive Marie Hoover,b
6 Jan 1883, d 6 Mar 1975.
+ T594.Gwendolyn Madge, b 21 Mar 1909
T555. HERBERT MILTON HAINER, b 2 Apr 1890, d 24 Apr 1981; m(1) 1915 Inez Poole, b
3 Sep 1894, d Sep 1971 (div)
T555. HERBERT MILTON HAINER, b 2 Apr 1890, m(2) 15 Oct 1932 m(2) 15 Oct 1932
Marther Hatch Lamond, d/o Lamond, res Connecticut.
T569. FLORA BELLE HAINER, b 2 Jul 1869, d 1931; m 6 Jul 1887 Philip W. Hendershot,b
17 Sep 1866, d 18 Feb 1915 Issue: (HENDERSHOT)
T597.Lorne, d. inf.
T598.Charles, d. inf
T599.Merton, b 24 May 1888, m Gertie — .
T600.Flossie, b 29 Jul 1891, m Cecil Wilson.. Issue: (2 sons, 1 daughter).
T601.Delma, m(1) — Lockheart. Issue: (2 sons [adopted by Robert Mann], grandchild);
..... Delma m(2) Robert Mann
T602.Floyd, b 7 May 1896, m Louise — Issue: (1 son).
T569. FLORA BELLE HAINER, b 2 Jul 1869, may have m(2nd) William Smith.
T571. AMANDA HAINER, (“Mandy”), b 8 Oct 1873, d 22 Feb 1935; m 22 Dec 1897 Charlie
Munn, d 1 Feb 1936; a farmer in Kelvin, Ontario. Issue: (MUNN)
T572. FRANK HAINER, b 8 Dec 1875, d 7 Aug 1953; m 1896 Bertha Brown, b 14 Jun 1879, d
30 Jul 1974. They farmed the old Hainer homestead in Northfield, Burford Twp, Brant Co until
retiring in 1930.
+ T604.Olive Irene, b 12 Oct 1896
+ T605.Vera Leone, b 20 Jan 1905
T574. WELBY HAINER, b 27 Jun 1886 Grocery store clerk in Detroit. He m Polly — .
T608.Donald, died in WW2, probably at Iwo Jima
T575. MORLEY HAINER, b 13 Apr 1888.d 6 Feb 1944. Box factory manager in Brantford,
later moved to California; m Myrtle Exelby.
T610.Margaret, probably married twice; had 1 son and 2 daughters. She m(1) Leverne
Morse; m(2) — Hale (in Morley’s obit Margaret is referred to as his daughter Margaret Hale.)
4th Generation of T5:
T579. LULU JANE HAINER, b 1893, d 22 Aug 1988, age 95, Waterford, ON. She m Ralph
Goodwin, widower of her sister Ruby. Issue: (GOODWIN)
T582. ADDISON MERLIN HAINER, b 31 Mar 1882, d 29 Jul 1981;(Rev.) m(1) 1909 Annie
Rose Baker, d ca 1911 or 1912; she was a doctor. He m(2) ca 1911 Laura Babb, d 1947.
T582. ADDISON MERLIN HAINER, b 31 Mar 1882; m(3) 30 Mar 1949 Roberta Carter.
T585. ALBION E. HAINER, b 16 Nov 1899, d 13 Mar 1969; d in Hawaii, where he was a Lt.
Col. He m Ada Crosby Cawthorne, b 28 Nov 1901, d 25 Apr 1970.
T587. BERNICE HAINER, b 21 Dec 1896, d ca 1969; m 17 Sep 1921 Andrew Nichols, 3rd,
an MD in Philadelphia PA. Issue: (NICHOLS)
T588. ELSIE ADAIR HAINER, b 14 Oct 1889, d 1972; m(1) Benjamin Coit Snitzer, b 1878, d
1972. Issue: (SNITZER)
T588. ELSIE ADAIR HAINER, b 14 Oct 1889 m(2) Dennis Dougherty, d 1941; m(3) Robert
Swanson, d 1946.
T593. MURRAY MITCHELL HAINER, b 4 Oct 1907, d 1 Jul 1991; m Sep 1948 Muriel
T594. GWENDOLYN MADGE HAINER, b 21 Mar 1909; d 4 Aug 2003. She m 21 Apr 1934
Floyd Robert Morrison, b 3 Jul 1907, d 3 Jun 1982. Issue: (MORRISON)
T604. OLIVE IRENE HAINER, b 12 Oct 1896, d 16 Jul 1989, bu Burford Twp; m Percy
William Posthill, b 16 Jun 1894, d 12 Jan 1981. Issue: (POSTHILL)
T606. VERA LEONE HAINER, b 20 Jan 1905, d 25 Aug 1994; m Clifford Roswell, b 29 Nov
1905, d 1961. Issue: (ROSWELL)
T6a. ELIZABETH HAINER
Not much is known about this presumed daughter of Albert Hainer She received an OC grant on
11 Aug 1831, married John Campbell and had a son Nelson Campbell. Corlene Taylor writes that
she “found a record which states that George Campbell’s father Nelson married Arthur Hiltz’s
daughter; Nelson Campbell’s mother was a Hanor, sister to George Hanor. All were from
Grimsby-Grassie district..” Nelson can be traced from Grimsby to Bayham, ON. We tentatively
place George Hainer, brother of Elizabeth and therefore son of Albert, as T6b in the list of Albert
T6b. GEORGE HAINER
T6b. GEORGE HAINER, b ca 1809. There is considerable uncertainty about his parentage but
we place him here, subject to later correction. Corlene Taylor thinks it likely that he was a brother
of Elizabeth Hainer, and that he married Mary Ann Larroway, b ca 1809. Possibly this George
Hainer has been confused with another George Hainer , also born ca 1809, designated as T6c,
who married Mary Ann Sanger (see below.) Or the wife of our George Hainer may have been
was known both as Mary Ann Larroway (per Corlene Taylor) and as Mary Ann Sanger (per John
Garner) These workers give the same set of children, listed below. Perhaps she was born a
Sanger and she was a Larroway widow, or vice versa. More research is needed on this line. We
give Mary Ann’s children under T6c.George Hainer, realizing that T6b and T6c may be the same
T6c. GEORGE HAINER
Another George Hainer?
T6c. GEORGE HAINER was born ca 1809 and died between 1871 -1881. He may or may not
be the same person as Elizabeth’s brother mentioned in Sec. T6a just above. John Garner,
working with the late Glen Sanger, gives the wife of his George Hainer as Mary Ann Sanger,b
ca 1808, d/o Samuel Sanger and Lucretia — . b ca 1808. This George Hainer may be a son of
#152 George Hainer, born ca 1767 in Livingston Manor NY. He received a land grant in
Grantham, Ontario on 4 Apr 1797. George Hainer #152 had one unidentified child, which might
well have been a George. This scenario has no place for a daughter Elizabeth. More research
will be needed to conclusively identify this mysterious George Hainer.
T701.Catharine, b 1842
T702.John Henry, b ca 1843, m 31 Oct 1868 Louise Dell, b ca 1847. Said to have frozen
to death, being lost in a storm in Muskegon Lake, MI. He had 2 ch; widow m Eugene Prescott
and moved to Bangor, ME.
T703.George, b ca 1845
T704.Mary A., b ca 1847, m 3 Aug 1866 Ambrose Crandall.
T705.William Hamilton, b ca 1849, m 14 Aug 1869 Mary Ostrander.
T706.James W., b 2 May 1852, d 3 Jul 1905, m Sarah A. Millard, 1 daughter.
T707.Charles W., b ca 1853
T708.Joseph, b 24 Mar 1856
2nd Generation of T6c:
T701. CATHARINE HAINER, b ca 1841, d 26 Jul 1905, m 14 Aug 1864 James H. House,b
ca 1838, d 12 Mar 1903 or 1908; 5 ch. Issue: (HOUSE)
T709.George Colbourne, b 2 Mar 1865 Ontario, d 2 Dec 1931 Dereham Twp, Oxford Co.
ON., m Annie Elizabeth Williams; Issue: .
Alta, b 22 Sep 1893, m Alfred Warren (2 sons, 2
Florence L., b 12 Jan 1897; m Earl Eaton (2 daughters, 1 son); .
Henry B., b 25
Apr 1899 d 28 Mar 1812; .
George Williams, b 8 May7 1902, d 28 Nov 1979, m Gladys Maude
Emigh (1 daughter); .
Francis Russell, b 25 May 1904, d 10 Jul 1951, m Sara Ann McGinnius (2
daughters, 2 sons); .
Edward V., b 1906, d 1972; m(1) May Lawrenson (3 sons, 4
daughters);.m(2) Lillian Wright (3 sons, 2 daughters).
T710.Anne M., b ca 1867
T711.Mary Louisa, b ca 1870
T712.Florance Malvie, b 1871, d 1926; m Albert E. Hadcock, b 1857, d 1930.
T713.Rachel Jane, b ca 1877, m James I. Robinson
T703. GEORGE HAINER, b ca 1845, d 9 Mar 1911, m 27 Dec 1868 Mary Ann Sanger,2
sons. The late Glen Sanger is reported to have believed that there were two Mary Sangers,
relationship not known. Another source has Sarah — as George’s wife.
T714.William E., b ca 1878
T715.George F., b ca 1880
T707. CHARLES W. HAINER, b ca 1853, d 19 Jan 1905; m Isobel Leach; he was killed in a
boiler explosion. He had 5 ch; 4 infants died in Sep 1888, his son Murray E. m Pearl Hotchkiss
and had 4 ch and 9 grandchildren. Among the grandchildren are Russell and Rosina May Hainer.
T716.Murray E., d 21 Jul 1953, was in Straffordville, Bayham, ON. He m Pearl
Hotchkiss. He had 9 children and 27 grandchildren.
T708. JOSEPH HAINER, b 24 Mar 1856, d 14 Feb 1928; m 11 Sep 1882 Ellen Berdan in
T717.Maude M., b ca 1884
T718.Sanford, b ca 1885
T719.Elva, b ca 1888, m 20 Mar 1907 Abraham Maracle.
T7. SARAH HAINER
T7. SARAH HAINER, b ca 1809, m John Bradt of Grantham, OC 2 Feb 1832. Possibly 5 ch,
given below, not verified to be hers, bp St. John’s Church, Port Dalhousie, on 9 Jul 1843. Issue:
T751.Sarah Catherine, b 19 Apr 1831
T752.Elizabeth, b 18 May 1833
T753.Susan, b 5 Apr 1835
T754.Permilla, b 2 Jun 1837
T755.Mary Magdalene, b 12 Jan 1840
T8. JAMES HAINER
T8. JAMES HAINER, of Grantham, b ca 1810; OC 27 Jun 1833. He was in N. Cayuga in 1851,
Bayham 1861 and 1871. He m(1) Catharine —
T801.Jane, b 8 Dec 1836. d 21 Apr 1918 at Frogmore, ON.; m Nov 1855 Joseph Vanattar.
T802.Margareta, b 1838
T803.John Henry, b 10 Aug 1841
T804.William, b ca 1842; m 1857 Elizabeth Westover.
T805.Mary, b 25 Sep 1845
T806.Dorothy Ann, b 8 Feb 1850
T807.Ellen, b 1852
T808.Richard Augustus, b 1855, m 4 Nov 1877 Isobell Burrows, b 1857
T809.Cinderella (or Penelope), b 1859
T8. JAMES HAINER, b ca 1810, m(2) 1875 Jane Dodge (d/o Adam & Hannah [May]
Bowman), widow of a Dodge. The marriage certificate for the 2nd marriage states that he is s/o
Albert and Catharine Hainer.
2nd Generation of T8:
The following is not to be confused with another John Henry Hainer, born 1831 (see #T110).
T803. JOHN HENRY HAINER, b 10 Aug 1841 in Bayham Twp, Elgin Co., Ontario, where he
was ordained a Methodist minister. The 1861 census of Bayham shows John Hayner, s/o James
Hayner and Catherine, all born in Upper Canada; this John, age 20, was one of 9 children
including an Ann and an Ellen (note names of John’s daughters below). John Henry Hainer was
naturalized ca 1860 at Detroit; married Emma Katherine Hopkins in PA, where his first son was
born; moved to Fall Creek, WI where his second son was born. In 1871 he went as a minister to
Eau Claire, WI where he died in 1905. Issue:
T810.William, b in PA, wife’s name not known.
T811.Walter Mankin, b Fall Creek, WI
T813.Ellen, b 1873, d 1873 age 10 months.
T814.Ann, b 1874, d 1881 age 7 years.
T815.Gertrude, b ca 1877, d Nov 1973; taught for many years in Minneapolis; unm.
3rd Generation of T8:
T810. WILLIAM HAINER, b in PA, wife’s name not known. He lived in Manistee, MI In
addition to the three daughters listed here, the connection with families in Manistee remains to be
explored. We cannot place James Hainer, age 22, b in WI, who m Mamie Hope in Manistee 10
Aug 1897; or Richard A. Hainer of Manistee, d age 47, with 8 ch.
T816.Ann, d. y.
T817.Ella, m 1912 Paul Mieschinski in Manistee, MI
T818.Ruth, m — Krause, res Manistee, MI.
T811. WALTER MANKIN HAINER, b Fall Creek, WI; d 1905 Eau Claire, WI; m Ida Linton.
She never remarried; published 2 books of poetry.
T820.Walter Blair, b 28 Dec 1903
T821.Linton, b 8 Aug 1905
4th Generation of T8:
T819. VIVIAN HAINER, m(1) — Geraldson. Issue: (GERALDSON)
T819. VIVIAN HAINER, m(2) William Dube of Superior, WI.
T820. WALTER BLAIR HAINER. b 28 Dec 1903, d 13 Jun 1959; m 1926 Josephine Lefler,b
16 Feb 1908, d 28 Sep 1986. Teacher in SD, in 1927 moved to Austin, MN where he was a
teacher and basketball coach. Josephine Lefler Hainer remarried to William Wiehoff in 1960,
who d 1 Feb 1989.
T821. LINTON HAINER, b 8 Aug 1905 three months after the death of his father; d 25 Sep
1979. Linton was a college professor, engineer, and army officer, res Seattle, WA. He m 1926
Mildred Madeline Cartwright, b 19 Feb 1909, d 16 May 1995.
T9. HANNAH HAINER
T9. HANNAH HAINER, b ca 1803, Grantham, Ont., d 24 Mar 1879 Acton, Ont; OC 3 Feb
1834. She m John Swackhammer, s/o Christopher Swackhammer & Catharine Terryberry. Their
9 ch all born Esquesing Twp, Halton County, Ont. Issue: (SWACKHAMMER)
T901.Julie Ann, b 13 Aug 1827, d 18 Sep 1827
T902.Robert, b 12 Feb 1832, d 26 Jul 1832
T903.William, b ca 1832, m Linda — .
T904.James, b Jul 1836, d 18 Sep 1842
T905.John, b 14 Jul 1839, d 17 Sep 1842
T906.Caroline, b 13 Aug 1841
T907.Isaac, b ca 1842
T908.Brock, b 30 Jun 1842, d 1912 Esquesing Twp; m 24 Feb 1870 Sarah Gibbons in
Georgetown, Ont. Issue: .
Clara, b 1871, d 1944; b and d Esquesing Twp; m Charles Havens.
T909.Danford, b 7 Jul 1845, d 16 Dec 1879, Esquesing Twp; m 7 Jan 1868 Mary Jane
Ryder. Issue: .
Angelia, b 1867; m John Chisholm (Blanche); .
Roxy, b 12 Mar 1869, d 17 May
1935, m 7 Jan 1890 Noble Paget McLam (Franklin, Cecil, Bertie 1892, Stella); .
Orpha, b ca
1871, m 30 Oct 1889 Tom Forbes; .
Franklin, b 29 Oct 1874, d 14 Apr 1944, m Mary Brownlee
(Franklin Ray 1906, Robert Wilson 1908); .
William Danford, b 3 Apr 1878, m Ella — (3 sons,
TT. RICHARD HAINER, brother of Albert Hainer
Richard Hainer of Grantham (usually known as Derrick Hainer) petitioned 17 Aug 1795 stating
that he had 4 years of service as a Private in Butler’s Rangers; his wife, Hannah Volluck, was a
daughter of Isaac Falk (Vollock) of the same Regiment. His brother Albert married Hannah’s
sister Catherine Volluck (see Section T. above). He entered a second petition for 50 acres for each
of three children born before 1789. He had 9 daughters. There was also a son, name not known,
who must have died young; he was listed in the 1786 and 1787 census lists. The order of birth of
the children is uncertain.
TT1.Dorothy, m John May of Grantham Aug 1802; OC 15 May 1805.
TT2.Mary, m George Caskey of Grantham; OC 5 Mar 1810.
TT3.Catherine, b ca 1785, m William May, Jr.
TT4.Cornelia, m Frederick A. Schram of Louth; OC 22 May 1820.
TT5.Chloe (Clarinda), m John Patterson of Louth; OC 19 May 1819
+ TT6.Elizabeth, b ca 1794, OC 20 May 1817; m Jacob Gould of Louth.
+ TT7.Eve, m George Yocom of Louth; OC 12 Jul 1820.
+ TT8.Margaret, m John Frederick Schram of Pelham; OC 19 Feb 1831.
+ TT9.Sarah, m John Tinline of Louth; OC 23 May 1833.
Generation of TT:
TT1. DOROTHY HAINER, b 26 Apr 1784, d 2 May 1850; m(1) 5 Aug 1802 John May, b29
Feb 1776, d May 1813 or 12 Nov 1812. She is bu in the Read lot at St. John’s Cemetery, Port
Dalhousie. He was a cousin of William May who married her sister Catharine. Issue: (MAY)
TT401.George William, b ca 1802, d before 1805
TT402.Hannah, b ca 1804, d after 1871; m(1) Henry Frederick Pawling, b ca 1794, d
1836, had 5 children; m(2) John Gould, b 1791, d 1864, had 1 daughter.
TT403.Magdalen, b 3 Nov 1805, d 23 Jul 1839; m Jesse Pawling, had 4 children.
TT404.William, b 5 Apr 1808, d 26 Apr 1875, m 1827 Ann Schram. He was an
innkeeper. Issue: 4 sons, 1 dau.
TT405.Sarah, b Aug 1810, d 9 Nov 1832; m 1828 Moses Cook of Grantham; survived by
a child of 3 1/2 and 18-month twins.
TT406.Elizabeth, b 20 Aug 1812, d 3 Apr 1888; m George Edwin Read, b 1806, d 1868;
res Louth Twp, had 8 ch.
TT1. DOROTHY HAINER, b 26 Apr 1784; m(2) by Apr 1819 Columbus Gildea, d before
1838; he was called a schoolmaster in a 1823 deed. Issue: (GILDEA)
TT2. MARY HAINER, b ca 1785?, m George Caskey. By 1810 she was married, of Louth, by
1823 was “late of Louth”.
TT3. CATHERINE HAINER, b ca 1785; d before 1814. She m before 1810 William May, Jr.,
b 17 Apr 1789, d 10 Feb 1862, by whom she had 2 children. William remarried to Phyly Gilmore,
d/o Benjamin, and went to Caistor Twp ca 1819, and had more children. Issue: (MAY)
TT408.Maria Jane, b 28 Jan 1810, m 1828 John Beamer of Pelham & Grimsby.
TT409.Eva, b 30 Mar 1812, m 1831 Daniel Merritt of Grimsby as his 2nd wife.
TT4 . CORNELIA HAINER, b ca 1790, d 10 Dec 1870 age 81 (chbk), m Frederick Augustus
Schram of Louth, b 1788, d 13 Sep 1872. Frederick “Monney” Schram served in the War of
1812. No children; it is said that they raised Cornelia, (#TT422), d/o her sister Sarah Tinline.
TT5. CHLOE HAINER (Clarinda in land petition, Clary in baptismal record of her first son), b
1 Feb 1792, d 1 Aug 1850; m John Patterson by 1820. He remarried to Nancy/Hannah
(Schram) Hainer, widow of Henry Hainer (s/o Albert, see #T2) as shown by his 1852 will. All 5
children of Chloe married and lived in Louth. Issue: (PATTERSON)
TT410.Richard, b 23 Mar 1815
TT411.Robert, b ca 1818
TT412.Margaret, b 18 Jul 1824
TT413.John, b 28 Apr 1829
TT414.Elias Gildea, b 24 May 1830
TT6. ELIZABETH HAINER, b ca 1794, d 24 May 1862 age 68 or 70. She m after 1816 Jacob
Gould of Louth, b 6 Mar 1795, d 6 Jan 1859, res Port Dalhousie. Issue: (GOULD)
TT415.Richard Alexander, b ca 1813, m 1851 Maria Clement
TT416.James Hamilton, b 17 Dec 1820, d 1878, m Sarah B. Nunamaker.
TT417.William Benjamin, b 5 April 1825, d 26 Dec 1886, m Lucretia Caroline Beebe
TT418.Susan, b 3 Oct 1830, d 3 Jul 1878 Unmarried
TT419.Elias Edward, b 24 May 1833, d 31 Dec 1856
TT7. EVE HAINER, b ca 1798, m after 1816 but before 1823 to George Yocum of
Chinguacousy West, res in the Grantham-Louth area. They are shown in the 1828 census with 4
males under 16, living near other members of the Hainer family. We do not yet have the names of
these four sons.
TT8. MARGARET HAINER, b ca 1800, d 27 Jun 1864 in her 64th year; m after 1823 and
before 1827 John Frederick Schram of Pelham, b ca 1800, d 21 Nov 1879. They raised the
daughter of his brother. This Frederick Schram was known as “Mountain” as he lived in Pelham
back of the escarpment which was and still is known as “The Mountain.” His cousin Frederick
Schram of Louth, perhaps of smaller stature, was known as “Monnie” (or little man), married
Margaret’s sister Cornelia (#TT4).
TT9. SARAH HAINER, b 23 Nov 1801, d 3 Oct 1866, killed by a fall; m 1823 John Tinline,
b 7 Nov 1800, d 10 Nov 1870. He was a joiner (carpenter) b in Harlem, NY, came to Louth Twp.
ca 1805. Issue: (TINLINE)
TT420.James Augustus, b 10 Aug 18--, m Martha Gregory
TT421.Hannah Catharine, b 3 Feb 1825, m William Ellis
TT422.Cornelia, b 23 Jan 1827, m Eli Gregory. Is said to have been raised by her aunt
Cornelia Hainer Schram (TT4)
TT423.William Hamilton, b 13 Mar 1829, m Mary Ann McVeigh
TT424.Margaret Ann, b 16 Apr 1832, m Capt. James Kelly
TT425.Sarah Jane, b 13 Nov 1834, m William Murray Cosby
TT426.Matilda, b 1 Aug 1837, m John Wood
TT427.Mary Louise, b 3 May 1841, m George Mathews
U. MISCELLANEOUS FRAGMENTS
We give here, for the record, some fragmentary data for various persons named Haner about
whom very little is known.
[UA] ALFRED HANER, b ca 1828-1830 possibly in or near Oneonta, NY, d between 1910 and
1920, a carpenter. The spelling of the name (Haner, Hainor) and the location of Oneonta, just
west of Schoharie County, suggest that he migrated from Columbia County or from Dutchess
County, if indeed he was of Palatine origin. In 1850 Alfred, age 20, was living with Hannah
Hanor age 63 (his mother?) in Claverack, Columbia Co, NY. A family biography was at one time
left with a friend in Newburgh, NY and has not been located. In about1859, he married Mary A.
Dungan, age 21 in 1860 census, d 15 Jan 1932 in Brooklyn NY, d/o Jacob Dungan, a cigar maker
in Columbia Co. NY and his wife Martha. Several censuses show Mary to be 12 years younger
than her husband. Their children were born in Hudson, NY. The 1910 census of Brooklyn, NY
shows both Alfred and wife Mary were alive and had 6 children, 4 of them living. See Hayner
Family News, Summer 2006. Only a summary of the family results is given here.
UA1.Emily, b ca 1859, prob. died befoe 1910
UA2.John, b ca 1863, d in 1930s; res Hudson, NY.
UA3.George, b ca 1865, d after 1932
UA4.Alfred, Jr. b ca 1877, d after 1932
UA5.Lorette (a son) b 6 Jan 1879, d Oct 1966 Brentwood, Suffolk Co., NY. He m Rose
— , who was b ca 1890. He was a railroad brakeman, ironworker. He was not married at the time
of the 1918 WW2 draft..
Note: The 1860 census of Claverack shows that Alfred Hainor age 32 took into his home not only
his mother Hannah Hainor, age 75, but also a John Hainor, age 45 (hence born ca 1815). We
cannot identify this person. Perhaps he was an older brother or a cousin of Alfred. Christopher
Haner (#575) was the only other Haner (any spelling) in Claverack in 1860, but his son John
was born in 1810, not 1815.
UA3. GEORGE HANER, b ca 1865, d after 1932. res Hudson, NY
UA7.Hazel; m Harold Kloberding; res Brooklyn, NY (1957)
UA4. ALFRED HANER, Jr., b ca 1877, d 1952 age 74; m Catherine Thielman (b ca 1879,
was age 75 in 1954)
UA8.Ethel, d 1905
UA9.Herbert, b 12 Jun 1909
UA8. HERBERT HANER, b 12 Jun 1909 Brooklyn, NY; m Barbara Sulton; res Valley
[UB] ALBERT HANER (or JOHN P. HANER), born on a farm about 5 miles from Clifton
Springs, NY. This is almost certainly John P. Haner (#1061), who had a brother named Albert;
The description of the children matches those of John (#1061), not Albert. He had 4 children:
UB1.Marvin; his wife was from Newark, NY
UB3.Estelle, m(1) — Smith of Manchester, NY; m(2) Bert Lockwood of Palmyra, NY.
Their dau Judith Lockwood m Judson Stanton; he died early, leaving a large family.
UB4.Albert, m(1); m(2) in 1913 Isabel — , who had 4 ch by her first marriage, none by
second marriage to Albert Haner. She lived in E. Rochester, NY in 1954.
[UC] JACOB ANTHONY HANER was born 23 May 1818 in Sharon, Schoharie Co., NY, d 5
Jun 1849 New Orleans LA; son of Jeremiah Haner (b Germany?) & Mary Elizabeth Anthony.
Jacob Anthony Haner m ca 1839 Dorothea Dixon, chr 14 Feb 1816 Selside, Westmoreland Co.
England. They had 3 daughters and a son; their second daughter was UC2. Catherine Ann (see
UC2. CATHERINE ANN HANER, b 12 Jan 1842 New Orleans, LA. She m(1) Hiram
Langdon Nourse, b 17 Aug 1837 MA or ME, d 10 Apr 1871. Issue: (NOURSE)
UC3.Dorothea Elizabeth, b 21 Nov 1860 New Orleans, LA (acc birth certificate), d 1
Nov 1910 LA; m. Clarence D. O’Bryan. Issue: .
Dora O’Bryan, b 1895, d 1976.
UC3a.Catherine Agnes, b 15 Oct 1861 New Orleans, LA (acc birth certificate)
UC3b.Ruth Abigail, b 9 Dec 1865 LA (acc birth certificate), d 1912
UC3c.Jane, b 14 Jan 1868 New Orleans, LA (acc birth certificate)
UC3d.Laura Francis, b 30 Aug 1870 New Orleans, LA (acc birth certificate)
X. JOHN HINER
Pennsylvania to Virginia
John Hiner was born on 14 Sep 1742 in Leipzig, near Hamburg, Germany, According to family
tradition, he and his brothers Harmon and Alexander landed in Pennsylvania about 1770. John
and Alexander went on to Virginia after they helped Harmon build his home in Pennsylvania,
probably Berks County. It is reported that Alexander never married and made his home with John
in what is now Highland County, Virginia. The brother Harmon may be the Harmon Hiner,
originally from Pennsylvania, who settled in Virginia after his discharge from the Continental
Army. A descendant of John, Jr. (X4 below) has written a 400-page book about his ancestor John
Hiner. Additional material on this family is on pages 226-227 of A History of Pendleton Co.,
West Virginia by Morton, but it is not entirely accurate and is poorly organized.
There is reason to believe that another unrelated Hiner family was in the Doe Hill, VA area in
[X] JOHN HINER, b 14 Sep 1742 Leipzig, Germany, d Dec 1814, came to America about 1770.
He married Magdalena Burner, d/o Jacob Burner and Leithia Baumgartner (Baumgardner);
Jacob was probably son of Abraham Burner, the first settler in 1745 of (now) Pendleton County,
VA. In the spring of 1776 John settled in the Bullpasture area north of Doe Hill; the homestead is
on the boundary line of Highland County, VA and Pendleton County, WV (note that West
Virginia as a state was not formed out of Virginia until 1863). Their neighbors were the Wilson,
McCoy and Jones families.
X1.Esther, b 1774; m 1794 John Syron; desc. in Dallas, TX and Indiana.
X2.Jacob, b 1776
X3.Joseph, b 1778, d 1865. He married 1808 Jane Armstrong; had many descendants.
X4.John, Jr., (twin)
X5.Jane, (twin); unm.
X6.Harmon, b 1782
X7.Mary, m John Blagg, Highland Co., VA
X8.Alexander, b 1787, d 1873; m Harriet Blagg, sister of John.
X9.Agnes, b 1789, d 1867; m Jared Armstrong; a dau m oldest son of Sallie Hiner and
George Armstrong (see X40).
X10.Magdalena, m Joseph Gamble; moved to Wabash Co., Indiana
X11.Elizabeth, b 1793, m James Armstrong, brother of Jared and Jane.
X12.Samuel, b 1797; unm; no further record.
X2. JACOB HINER, b 1776, d 1863; m(1) 1799 Sarah McCoy, d/o Captain John McCoy;
inherited the family homestead at Doe Hill, VA.
X13.Mary A.; m(1) Rev. Butler, had at least 1 son, went to Texas; m(2) — English.
X14.Young J.; b 25 Oct 1807
X15.Nancy, m Henry Fleischer (Flesher), (brother of Elizabeth)
X16.Bailey; m Joanna Vint; he probably ran a tannery.
X17.Jacob Jr., b 20 Sep 1815
X18.Samuel; m Elizabeth Fleischer (sister of Henry)
X19.Theresa; prob. unm.
X20.Joseph, (twin); m Margaret Rexroade; son John res Churchville, VA.
X21.Sarah, (twin); unm.
X22.William J., b 1826; m(1) 1860 Mary J. Blagg (or Margaret), d/o Henry Blagg; m(2)
Martha Kee (or Key); went to Jamesport, MO; at least one dau Dorothy.
X2. JACOB HINER, b 1776; m(2) Nancy Johnston (or Johnson), Probably all of the above
children are from the first marriage.
X4. JOHN HINER, Jr.,b 12 Feb 1781, d 30 Jun 1851 Miami Co., IN; m Rachel Hoover; arrived
in Indiana on 19 Nov 1836 with 9 children. Issue: (HINER):
X23.Elizabeth, b 1806, d 1874; m 1822 James Michael Bower, b 1796, d 1863. Issue: .
Mary Magdalena; .
Joel Jackson; .
Michael Leander; .
James P.; 11 Isah Johnson; 12 Roxanna; 13 Rebecca; 14 Melcena.
X24.Magdalena, b 1809, d 1895 near Peru, IN; she m(1) 1825 George Wilson in
Pendleton Co., VA; issue: .
John Brown; .
Martha Eleanor; .
Cynthia Jane; .
Virginia; m(2) Eli Cook.
X25.Maria (Mariah), b 1812, d 1893; m 1830 James Armstrong in Pendleton Co., VA;
X26.Harmon, b 1814, d 1882; m Margaret Young; issue: .
Mary Jane; .
X27.Catherine (Katie), b 1816, d 1844; m William Wilson; issue: .
Eli B.; .
X28.Michael, b 1819, d 1900; m Catherine S. Ranck; issue: .
Rachel, m Giles Tillett; .
Maria, m . John Crimmins; .
Catherine, m D. F. Working; .
Agnes, m — West; .
Edward Anderson; .
Jessie E., unm.
X29.Eli, b 1821, d 1886; m Catherine Banks; issue: .
Josephine, m Dr Lewis Pulley.
X30.John, 3rd, b 1823, d 1880; m 1856 Harriet Miller. b 1836, d 1888; issue: .
John Miller; .
Juilia Ann; .
James F.; .
X31.Joseph, b 1824, d 1874; m Minerva Thomas, b 1832, d 1906; issue: .
Elizabeth Viola; .
Asa M.; .
Effie Belle; .
Cora Edwina; .
Joseph, Jr. d. y.
X6. HARMON HINER, b 1782, d 1842; killed from the fall of a tree limb on the Shenandoah
Mountain; lived near Hiner’s Mill; served his county in the State Legislature. He m 1805 Jemima
McCoy, d/o Capt. McCoy, sister of Sarah, Jacob’s 1st wife. He is bu in Hiner cem north of Doe
Hill, VA. Many descendants around Doe Hill, VA and Franklin, WV.
X33.Benjamin b ca 1820 or 1830
X14. YOUNG J. HINER, (middle name probably Jacob), b 25 Oct 1807 Doe Hill, VA, d 26 Jun
1854 near Bloomington, IL while enroute to Iowa; bu Maquoketa, IA. He m Malinda Anderson,
d/o James Anderson and Mary Blain, a carpenter who moved from Lost Creek, Mifflin Co., PA to
VA with his brother’s family at an early age. Tradition states that Young J. Hiner, like his father,
was a minister in later years. Family tradition states that he was also a surveyor who, with his
brother-in-law Eugene Anderson, surveyed as far west as the Pacific, and that he chose Clinton
County, Iowa as a new home site. He died while bringing his family from Doe Hill to their new
home, expecting to join both family and friends at the new location. He and Malinda had issue in
X34.Mary, b 7 Aug 1842
X35.Hannah, b 16 Mar 1846, d 3 Dec 1930; m 24 Feb 1879 David Hicks, no ch.
X36.Eugene Samuel, b 19 Jun 1851
+ X37.Joseph Addison, b 11 Apr 1851
+ X38.Hettie Jane, b 25 Oct 1853
X17. JACOB HINER, Jr, b 20 Sep 1815 Pendleton Co VA (now WV), d 26 Aug 1899 Decatur
IA. He m(1) Rachel Todd, b 29 Oct 1818, d 9 Jul 1859 Decatur IA, d/o James Todd, Jr. and
Catherine Seiple/Siple. About 1852 they went by boat from Highland Co VA intending to settle
in MO, but were unable to land because of an outbreak of cholera, and they traveled on to
Keokuk, IA. Later they removed to Decatur IA. Jacob m(2) ca 1860 Elizabeth Jenkins (2 ch
died young) and he m(3) Caroline — , who survived him.
X39.Robert, b ca 1840, d.y.
X40.Frances Marian, b ca 1841, d.y.
X41.Abraham, b ca 1842, d.y.
X42.Grace, b ca 1843, d.y.
+ X43.Nancy Catherine (“Kate”), b 21 Feb 1844
X32. SALLIE HINER, m George Armstrong. Issue: (ARMSTRONG)
X44.Peggy, m Tommy Munroe, a teacher who turned preacher and went West.
X45.(son), m Jared Armstrong’s dau; he d in Elmira Prison during the Civil War; several
sons in Doe Hill.
X46.Jemima, m B. F. Jackson as 2nd wife, moved to Bridgewater, VA.
X33. BENJAMIN HINER, b ca 1820 or 1830
+ X47.John Josiah, b 22 Sep 1854
X34. MARY HINER, b 7 Aug 1842; m Samuel Patterson; it is believed this family lived
around Spencer, IA. Issue: (PATTERSON)
X50.Mary; m C. L. Dennison
X52.Emma; m — French. Issue: .
X53.Josie, m — Barnes.
X36. EUGENE SAMUEL HINER, b 19 Jun 1848, d ca 1940, bu Maquoketa, IA; m Emma
X54.Pearl, m Dr Harry Chapman. Issue: .
Rhea, b 1905, d 1956, 1 dau; .
1907, 1 dau; .
X55.Ethel, m(1) Dr Wilmer Fitch. Issue: (1 daughter).
X37. JOSEPH ADDISON HINER, b 11 Apr 1851, d 1935; res Lost Nation, IA, bu Maquoketa,
IA. He m Margaret C. Jepson.
X56.Delbert; m Alma Sparman, 1 son. This family died in 1918 in the flu epidemic.
X38. HETTIE JANE HINER, b 25 Oct 1853 at Doe Hill, VA; d 13 Jul 1936 Chamberlain, SD;
m 10 Apr 1879 John Boaden, b 24 Jan 1850 in England, d 8 Feb 1919; he moved from
Burlington, WI to Clinton Co., IA ca 1870. Issue: (BOADEN)
X57.Leitha, b 30 Apr 1880, d Feb 1939; m(1) 14 Aug 1907 Henry Ewoldt, b 16 Dec 1876,
d 12 Dec 1913; their two sons were raised by the Boaden grandparents. Issue: .
Harold B., b 12
Dec 1908, m(1) 1930 Florence Thomas (2 daughters, 1 son), m(2) 1947 Millard Curlin (no ch); .
X58.Earl T., b 14 Jun 1882, d 1959; m 1923 Pexiotto Emminger; res Glendale, CA. Issue:
(1 daughter, grandchildren).
X59.Maude Elizabeth, b 22 Feb 1886; d May 1955; m J. G. Schjulstad; res Chamberlain,
SD; no ch.
X43. NANCY CATHERINE HINER (“Kate”), b 21 Feb 1844 Highland Co VA, d 28 Jan 1931
Geary OK; m 14 Feb 1864 Decatur IA John Davis Strong. Issue: (STRONG).
X60.Avis, b 8 Jan 1866, d 13 Aug 1955, m 21 Oct 1888 John Finley Rumley, 3 ch.
X61.Anise, b 30 Aug 1866, d 30 Nov 1956, Bolivar TN; m 4 Mar 1900 Linius Leroy
Craft, 1 dau.
X62.Halcyon (“Halse”), b 30 Apr 1868, d 18 Nov 1959, m 16 Feb 1892 Alexis R. Keller,
X63.Bess, b 23 Nov 1870/71, d 2 Mar 1894, unm.
X64.Fred D., b 22 Aug 1875, d 12 Dec 194l; m Zona Barr,4 ch.
X65..Jessamine Esther, b 21 Oct 1878, d 27 Apr 1961; m 15 Feb 1898 John Edwin (“Ed”)
Fierce; Issue: .
Vesper Beryl, b 10 Aug 1899, d 1 Feb 1983, m 15 Oct 1919 Harry Vern Hull (1
son, 1 daughter) .
Valerie Jessamine, b 30 Sep 1902, d 4 Oct 1988; m Leland Andrew Dalbey (1
son, 2 daughters).
X66.Steven Jacob, b 10 May 1881, d 24 Apr 1980. m ca 1906 Moyle Barr, 4 ch.
X67.Clair Davis, b 3 Jul 1883, d 26 Aug 1971, m 25 Feb 1908 Jane Scott, 4 sons.
X68.Lela, b 11 Oct 1887, d 14 Mar 1992, m 4 Jun 1908, 1 son.
X47. JOHN JOSIAH HINER, b 22 Sep 1854, d 2 Sep 1921; m Margaret J. Jones, b 15 Jan
1855, d 19 Dec 1921
X69.Benjamin Jones, b 19 Oct 1878
X70.Mary Clay, b 11 Sep 1880, d 10 Apr 1967
X71.Ella, b 2 Aug 1883, d 16 Nov 1937
X72.Helen E., b 10 May 1885
X73.E.French, b 3 Mar 1888
X74.Winnie V., b 1 Jan 1890, d 13 Jul 1970
X75.Margaret M., b 26 Aug 1892
X76.Jessie J., b 9 Feb 1897
X69. BENJAMIN JONES HINER, b 19 Oct 1878, d ca 1940; m Anne McNulty, d ca 1940.
They adopted a son who was born a Hayner (not at the time knowing of any relationship). This
son was born in San Francisco 24 Dec 1917 and his mother died soon after with the flu. See
entries for T145 and unconnected Canadian lines for T145 for what we know of the family of
Thomas E. Hayner, great-grandfather of the infant who was adopted by Benjamin and Anne
X77. son (adopted)
Z. CANADIAN LINES
Hainer Loyalists in Canada
Reverend J. N. Barnett in 1881 wrote a History of Gilead Lutheran Church, the church in Center
Brunswick, Rensselaer County, NY where so many of our Hayner/Haner family worshipped since
its founding in about 1748. He states
During the War of the Revolution such as adhered to the British Crown removed from the
area to Canada. These refugees were the founders of the Lutheran Churches there, which
were subsequently strengthened by immigrants from this and other settlements.
Jacob S. Marsells in his History of Dundas County, Canada says:
... the first Protestant Church in all the Canadas, from the Atlantic to the Pacific, was built
at Williamsburg. The Lutherans of Williamsburg, in 1789, commenced a frame church, 60
by 40 feet. The winter setting in earlier than usual, the frame was not completed that
season, but in March 1790 it was commenced anew and at the same time an invitation was
sent to Reverend Samuel Schwerfeger who resided in Albany to be their Pastor. He
accepted and arrived in Williamsburg in 1790 and by him the first Protestant Church in all
of Canada was that same year consecrated to the service of the Lord.
We know that some residents of Rensselaer County migrated to Noyan and Clarenceville,
Quebec, where they lived and died. Others removed to Rouses Point, New York, and inscriptions
on graves there say “FROM BRUNSWICK, NEW YORK.” Some of these families, descendants
of Johannes Häner, our Palatine ancestor, are mentioned below and listed in the main section of
this book. Among the Canadian settlers, the spelling Hainer was almost universally adopted.
The United Empire Loyalists lists are the official record of those who have been accorded this
status based on proved records. Today, a person descended from a proved Loyalist line is entitled
to use the official designation “U.E.,” a distinction accorded to many in our own Hayner/Hainer
lines. The “Dorchester Resolution” approved in Council on 9 Nov 1789 defined the U.E.Loyalists
as those “who had adhered to the Unity of the Empire, and joined the Royal Standard in America
before the Treaty of Separation in the year 1783....” The U.E.Loyalists were thus distinguished
from other Loyalists and settlers, i.e., “Late” Loyalists, “Treasury” Loyalists, “Simcoe” Loyalists,
and from regular British and German soldiers who were considered to be “Military Claimants.”
Three Hainer men, Albert, John, and Richard, are listed in The Loyalists in Ontario; The Sons and
Daughters of the American Loyalists of Upper Canada, by William D. Reid, a former member of
the Ontario Archives staff (Hunterdon House, Lambertville, NJ, 1973). The families are given in
part in the original Lists; much data is contained in land petitions. In what follows, the notation
OC refers to the date on which an Order in Council assigned land to the petitioner. “Grantham”
and “Louth” refer to two adjacent early townships in the Niagara Peninsula.
Descendants of Johannes Häner in Canada
So far, we know of three grandsons of the immigrant Johannes Häner who went to Canada in
Revolutionary times. John and Zachariah, who were born in New York, fought as Loyalists in
Butler’s Rangers, and settled in Upper Canada (now known as Ontario.) Also, Joseph Hainer was
with Zachariah (see #57 below.) Two other possible Loyalist grandsons of Johannes are Henry
Hainer, who rented from “Mr. Livingston,” and Burnett Hainer. These five soldiers are
John Hainer [#42], born in 1744 in New York, was a grandson of the immigrant Johannes
Häner. He married Margaret Eva Scherz; lived at St. Catharines, Ontario. He served in Butler’s
Rangers under the Royal Standard during the American Revolution, settled in Canada
immediately after the close of the War in 1785. In his History of Niagara Peninsula, Canada A.
E. Coombs, principal of the Collegiate Institute in St. Catharines, stated “Prior to the outbreak of
the Revolutionary War John Hainer and Jacob Dittrick (Teddrick) lived in New York State.
Hainer was a miller and not required to take up arms but Dittrick immediately enlisted and fought
as long as there was anything to fight for, then these two started off for Canada. Whether they
were accompanied by others we do not know but at any rate they were pursued by Indians, who
are supposed to have followed them at the instigation of the American Rebels. After various
narrow escapes they reached the Peninsula and for about three years lived on the McFarland Farm
near Queenstown. Then they moved to Twelve Mile Creek and took up land on either side of the
stream. As far as early records go John Hainer and Jacob Dittrick were the first settlers of St.
Catharines, Canada, settling there about 1790.”
Land petitions were dated 17 Aug 1795, 16 May 1 1796, 10 Feb 1797. On 11 Apr 1797 John
Hainer entered a joint petition with Jacob Tederick wherein they describe themselves as farmers
at Twelve Mile Creek and stated that John Hainer had been a substantial farmer on the North
River and had lost considerable property for his allegiance to the Crown. One OC granted 100
acres on 22 Apr 1797, bringing his total to 350 acres. An attached affidavit credits the petitioners
with having been at Twelve Mile Creek since the beginning of Settlement (at St. Catharines), and
they were awarded 200 acres each “in consequence of their very respectable characters”. See the
main portion of this book for descendants of John Hainer, outlined below:
151.Hannah, b ca 1765; m Abraham Clendenning, 8 ch
152.George, b ca 1766; m Catharina Dittrick; 7 ch
153.Jacobus, b ca 1770
154.James, b ca 1780; m Margaret Weaver, who after his death m Pawling; 3 dau
155.David, b ca 1788; m Harriet Stephenson; 4 ch
156.Robert, b before 1789, d before 1802
157.Catharine, b ca 1790; m Simcoe Stephenson, 3 dau
Joseph Hainer [#56], born in 1759, was a grandson of Johannes Häner. His name and birthdate
appear in Zachariah’s small notebook, but he is not known to have fought with the Rangers. It is
not established that he had a family; if he did, none of them came with him to Canada. He may
have been unable to care for himself, as his brother made arrangements for his keep. He deeded
his land in Grantham to his nephew John B. Hainer and John McCombs, his stepnephew-in-law,
who had married Sophia Brown Lutes Hainer’s daughter.
Zachariah Hainer (Zacharias)[#57], born in 1761, was a brother of Joseph and a grandson of
Johannes Häner. He married Sophia Brown, listed as a spinster in the 1796 marriage record, but
she had been widowed at a young age. Her infant girl was named as Hainer in a notebook kept by
Zachariah, but called Loots (Lutz) in Zachariah’s will. See under #57 in the main part of the
book for more about this family, which is summarized below:
252.Eve, b 26 Dec 1797, probably d. young
253.Catherine, b 6 Feb 1799
254.John Brown (Johannes Braun), b 7 Oct 1802; he was a Loyalist; m twice, 4 ch.
255.James, b 22 Jan 1806; m Jane Ross (June); 8 ch.
256.Mary Ann, b 1810; m James Brown; 8 ch.
Henry Hainer who died about 1788 had an interesting background in New York, but we cannot
firmly place him as a son or grandson of Johannes Häner. He was in Butler’s Rangers, and in his
1787 claim for benefits as Henry Heanor he stated that he was a native of Germany, came to
Ulster County, New York 22 years ago (i.e. about 1765). He had leased about 80 acres of land
from Mr. Livingston, built a house and barn. His livestock, grain, furniture and utensils were
taken by Rebels when he went to the British Army. His reported statement (not in his own words)
that he was a “native of Germany” might well have been “of German origin”, and he might well
have been a relative of our immigrant who in fact was put ashore at West Camp in Ulster Co.
across the river from Livingston Manor where he settled.
Henry Hainer married Dorothy — and had two sons Albert and Richard (also known as
Derrick) who fought with him in Butler’s Rangers. The two brothers married sisters, daughters of
Isaac Volluck (Vollick, Falk). Details on these sons and their descendants are found in this book’s
supplement under code numbers T. Albert Hainer and TT. Richard Hainer.
Burnett Hainer is in the Ontario Crown Lands Loyalist List and the Supplement to that list.
Note that Johannes Häner had a grandson Bernhardt Heiner [#19] born 1747, said to have died in
Canada. It is possible that this person is the same as Burnett Hainer.
The Haldimand Papers contain Loyalists Victualling Lists, which include entries for John,
David, and Frederick Hayner under command of Ebenezer Jessup in Eastern Ontario with the
notation “in engineers employ”; there is also an entry in these papers for a Jacob Hainer. We
cannot identify these persons.
Hainer / Volluck / Bradt Connections
Isaac Volluck (Vollick, Falk) served in Butler’s Rangers. Among his children were four
daughters. The sisters Catharine and Hannah Volluck married the brothers Albert and Richard
Hainer, as described above; the sisters Elizabeth and Sophia married the brothers Christian and
Adrian Bradt (Bratt). Albert Hainer’s daughter Sarah married John Bradt. Thomas E. Hayner
(unplaced, thought to be from St. Catharines) married Susan Bratt (see X69, and Unconnected
Canadian Lines). Andrew Hansler Bradt of St. Catharines married Elizabeth Darling, daughter of
T301.Eve Hainer, b Moulton Twp, and Thomas Darling (see T313). There were many other Bratt
connections not in Canada, as given in the name index for the book.
Unconnected Canadian Lines
Over the years, the Hayner Family Association has received family data from quite a few
Canadian Hainer descendants with whom we can as yet make no definite connection. These other
Canadian lines are reported in some detail in other pages of this Supplement: #R, Russel Haner
(New York to Shanly, Ont., to Manitoulin Island, then to the West); #S, John C. Hainer (b
1831); and sons of Henry Hainer: #T, Albert Hainer and #TT his brother Richard Hainer.
Another unconnected line is that of Roger Hénaire, descended from #Q, Frantz Theobald
Henner who was born in Alsace and migrated from Switzerland to Québec in 1818. Two
fragmentary unconnected lines are given below for the possible use of later family historians.
The book Hainer from Niagara by Corlene Taylor, a family researcher from Beamsville, Ontario,
contains a wealth of material on Hainers in this region; we are grateful for her assistance.
JONATHAN HANER married Mary Tucker; it is not certain that he was born in Canada. He
could be a brother of Russel Haner, b ca 1800 in New York, who married Ann Tucker
THOMAS E. HAYNER, b ca 1836 in Canada, age 44 in 1880 census of village of Romeo in
Macomb Co., MI; m Susan Bratt, b ca 1838. We believe he is #T106, son of T2, Henry Hainer.
His wife seems also to be known as Susan Morgan. Tradition is that the family originated in St.
Birth years in the family of Thomas E. Hayner are based on the 1880 census, which indicates a
move from Canada to MI about 1865.
T143.Alonzo M., b ca 1858 (may also be known as Henry)
T144.Emma M., b ca 1861
T145.William R. Hayner, b Apr 1864 in Romeo, MI; m Mable Edwards, b 1872 in
Maquoketa, IA. They had 2 children, both born in Nelson, NE:
[a] Ralph William Hayner, b 5 Nov 1890, d 17 Oct 1978 in Sonoma Co. CA. He
fathered a child, Edward Hayner, with Maxine Irene Myrtle Crance, b Texas 14 Aug 1896, d in
flu epidemic in 1918. This infant son of Ralph was taken to Huntington, WV by his aunt Ruth
Hayner Moore who gave him to her best friend Mrs. Benjamin Jones Hiner, who adopted him and
gave him the surname Hiner (see #X77)..... Ralph William Hayner later changed his name to
Ralph William Leeown and married Eleanor F. Davis. Ralph died 17 Oct 1978 in Sonoma Co.,
[b] Ruth Hayner, b 3 Nov 1891, m Jonithan Moore.
T146.Europe, b ca 1866 in MI
T147.Robert W., b ca 1870
T148.Maude Mae, b ca 1871; m Harry C. Bradley.
T149.Susa A., b ca 1874
HANER AND HAYNER MEN IN MILITARY SERVICE
The following data on military service up until 1865 was compiled by a great-grandson of Alfred
A. Hayner of Michigan’s 9th Cavalry. He used various sources, including the National Archives.
It would be a major research project to identify with certainty the persons in this list; for that
reason, we must leave it to the reader to use our index to locate the dates and places of residence
of any ancestor listed here. Not all of these names refer to descendants of Johannes Haner, the
1710 Palatine immigrant. We hope that these clues will be a starting point for further research by
“Some of the names and places from our history are Grant, Lee, Sherman, Custer, Atlanta,
Gettysburg, Bull Run, Trenton, New York, Washington. These are names and places that our
forefathers knew. They served with the generals and fought the battles. Freedom as a way of life
has a price. The price is the sweat and blood of our young men and the tears of our women. The
Hayners (Haners) have answered the call to arms from the Revolutionary War through Viet Nam.
The battles and the regiments of these wars are all documented.” .... SPF Clyde Henry Hayner,
Ret., Seabrook, NJ.
All military units are Regiments unless otherwise noted. The regiments listed for the
Revolutionary War are all Militia units.
REV = Revolutionary War
1812 = The War of 1812; covers more than just the year 1812
CSA = Confederate States of America
USA = The Regiments of the Union Armies
Hainer, Samuel NY Graham’s Regiment REV
Hainer, Wilhelmus NY 6 Units 1776-1781 Pvt-Sgt REV
Haner, Christopher NY Van Rensselaer’s 8th Reg REV
Haner, Etirer CN 1st Regiment REV CT? Canada?
Haner, Jacob NY Van Rensselaer’s 8th Reg REV
Haner, John NY Schuyler’s 6th Regiment REV
Haner, John NY Mumphrey’s 4th Regiment
Haner, Peter NY Van Rensselaer's 8th Reg
Haner, Peter VT Dooty’s 12th Regiment
Haner, Philip NY H.K.Van Rensselaer’s Reg
Haner, Philip Jr NY Van Rensselaer’s 8th Reg
Haner, Robert NY Levi Pawling’s Regiment
Haner, Zachariah NY Cpt Hare’s Co. Troy Rangers
Hayner, Peter NY Van Rensselaer’s 8th Reg
Heiner, Frederick PA Cpt Gisselman, York Co.
Heyner, Philip NY Reiley Rangers
Hainer, Andrew MD 2nd Regiment
Hainer, Jacob PA Fenton’s 5th Regiment
Haner, Andre LA Peire’s 2nd Arty Battery
Haner, Christopher NY Farrington’s Regiment
Haner, George NY Rich’s 11th Regiment
Haner, George C NY Nellis’ 138th Regiment
Haner, Jacob VA Evan’s 2nd Regiment
Haner, Jacob C NY Westcott’s 157th Regiment
Haner, Jeremiah NY Rich’s 11th Regiment
Haner, John OH McDonald’s 1st Regiment
Haner, John TN Hall’s 1st Regiment
Haner, Martinus NY Vosburgh’s 9th Regiment
Haner, Thomas NY Van Rensselaer’s 3rd Reg
Hayner, Austin VA Taylor’s 1st Regiment
Hayner, Hampdon MD Extra Bn
Hayner, Henry C NY Nickerbacker’s 45th Reg
Hayner, Henry M NY Nickerbacker’s 45th Reg
Hayner, John VA Taylor’s 1st Regiment
Hayner, John VA 31st Regiment
Hayner, John VA 57th Regiment
Hayner, John P J NY Nickerbacker’s 45th Reg
Hayner, Jonas NY Shoemaker’s 27th Regiment
Hayner, Jones NY Shoemaker’s 27th Regiment
Hayner, Peter NY Yale’s Bn
Hayner, Sebastian NY Knickerbacker’s 45th Reg
Hayner, William NY Knickerbacker’s 45th Reg
Haner, Alexander MI H 18th Inf
Haner, Barney P MI 14th Arty Bty
Haner, Charles MI D 14th Inf
Haner, David H -Official
Haner, Edwin MI I 26th Inf
Haner, George MI I 26th Inf
Haner, Henry A MI B 9th Cav
Haner, Jacob C MI I & L 1st Cav
Haner, Murray MI L 7th Inf
Haner, Oscar MI D 3rd Cav
Haner, Warren MI A 1st Cav
Haner, William E MI G 11th Cav
Hanner, Albon W -Official
Hanner, Charles -Official
records I-12 (II2?)
REV Schuyler’s 6th?
REV 1st Lt.
REV per J.A.Roberts
Hanner, David NY 125th Inf USA
Hanners, John MA E 8th Inf USA
Hayner, Addison NY I 93rd Inf, B 3rd Cav USA Bugler
Hayner, Alfred A MI C 9th Cav USA
Hayner, Benjamin F NY A & H 125th Inf USA Severely wounded
Hayner, Charles E NY A & E 125th Inf USA
Hayner, Conrad Cropsey MI D 6th Cav USA
Hayner, Enoch OH USN, died at sea USA
Hayner, Enoch NY 21st Cav USA Pension 107284
Hayner, Ezra -Family
records (Osterburg) USA
Hayner, George NY K, E, & C 93rd Inf USA 2nd Lt
Hayner, George E -Died
in Service USA
Hayner, George W NY F 125th Inf USA
Hayner, Henry Z NY General Staff as Major USA Aide-de-Camp
Hayner, Herrick NY E 7th Inf, 2nd Lt. USA Killed in action
Hayner, Hiram NY 169th Inf USA Captain
Hayner, Howard B MI B 1st Cav USA
Hayner, John H NY Died in Service USA Family tradition
Hayner, John H MN D 1st Inf USA Wounded Antietam
Hayner, Josephus NY A 2nd Inf USA
Hayner, Josiah MI K 9th Inf USA
Hayner, Levi NY C 2nd Inf, H 125th Inf USA Died Libby Prison
Hayner, Martin NY 13th Arty USA
Hayner, Philip NY A 2nd Inf USA
Hayner Robert O W NY D 123rd Inf USA Perm. disability
Hayner, Truman MI I 3rd Inf SA
Hayner, William J NY C 169th Inf USA
Hayner, William Willis MI C 9th Cav USA
Heyner, Ezra NY — USA Nassau NY Hist.
Haner, A B AL C 6th Inf CSA
Haner, A B GA C 25th Bn Inf CSA
Haner, A H GA J 19th Inf CSA
Haner, Anthony LA Lang’s Regiment CSA
Haner, C W GA C 10th Inf CSA
Haner, E W GA D 16th Inf CSA
Haner, H C KY H 12th Inf CSA
Haner, H C KY F 1st Inf CSA
Haner, J B TN E 44th Consolidated Inf CSA
Haner, J H VA F Mosby’s Cav CSA
Haner, J H VA K 3rd Inf CSA
Haner, J W NC A 37th Inf CSA
Haner, James KY H 3rd Mounted Inf CSA
Haner, James H VA A 25th Bn Inf CSA
Haner, John TN D 6th Inf CSA
Haner, Joseph VA E 10th Cav CSA
Haner, Manerd MS K 13th Inf CSA
Haner, Samuel TN G 50th Inf CSA
Haner, T C LA C 1st Inf CSA
Haner, Tolbert VA Carter’s 129th Inf CSA
Haner, William T VA A 30th Inf CSA
Hanner, A C TN A 35th Inf CSA
Hayner, H H
Hayner, James A
Hayner, S H
Hayner, T H
Hayner, T J
Hayner, W C
NC 43rd Inf CSA
Staff as Major CSA
VA G & K 55th Inf CSA
MO K 1 & 4th Consolidated Inf CSA
AL E 7th Inf CSA
LA A 22nd (23rd) Inf CSA
TN F 51st Inf CSA
MO 10th Cav CSA
MO 4th Fld Btry Lt Arty CSA
GA B 1st Cav CSA