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A HANER/HAYNER FAMILY IN AMERICA

Descendants of Johannes Hoener in the New World

Born 1675 in Germany (Häner)
Palatine to New York, 1710
Died ca 1759 Rhinebeck, New York (Hoener)

Third Edition

Compiled by Franklin Miller, Jr.

Published 2001 by The Hayner Family Association
Copyright © 2001 by the Hayner Family Association

(NOTE: The photographs that appear in this book have been deleted from the
online version to condense the file. Also, new data have been added since 2001 to
reflect more recent research. To help ensure privacy, with a few exceptions, anyone
born after 1909 has been deleted. Details on the omitted people may be contained in
the printed edition of the family history.)

The family data in this book are as complete and accurate as humanly possible at this time. The historical material has come from family tradition and from sources given in the text. Information about the current and recent generations has come, wherever possible, directly from the persons involved. Nevertheless, the editor does not assume legal responsibility for the accuracy of the facts here presented, although he believes them to be correct. It is inevitable that mistakes and typographical errors have crept into a work of this magnitude.

Finally, I express my appreciation of the fine response from family members who have answered requests for information, and to all those who kindly lent photographs for use in this book. It is for the large and growing family of our Palatine ancestor that this book has been prepared as a work of love and affection.

—Franklin Miller, Jr., book editor

Sometimes . . . . [we] walk through the cemetery. It is a lovely place, small and familiar. We pay our respects to our parents, to our uncles and aunts, to our children. A family is a river; some of it has passed on and more is to come, and nothing is still, because we all move along, day by day, toward our destination.  We both feel joy in our hearts when we kneel on the grass before the stones and say a prayer.

—Robert Coles

Part I BEGINNINGS

Chapter 1 GENESIS OF A FAMILY HISTORY

Johannes Häner came from the Palatine region of southwestern Germany to the Province of New
York in 1710, where he married his second wife and raised a family at East Camp, later known as
Germantown, about 80 miles north of New York City on the Hudson River in (then) Albany, now
Columbia County. The German and early New York background of our family is discussed at
length later in this book. In the 1740s, several of the grandsons migrated about 40 miles
northward to Rensselaer County, NY where, in about 1746, they were among the founders of
Gilead Lutheran Church in Brunswick, NY, just east of Troy, NY. Regrettably, the first volume
of the church records has been lost; records in the second volume begin in 1777. When hostilities
began with England, a number of Johannes’ grandsons fought with the American side. A few of
his grandsons went to Canada and enlisted in Butler’s Rangers or served in the engineers’
employ. Here these Hainer and Hoener men, as the name became spelled in Canada, later
received land grants for their services, and most became citizens and settled in Canada,
principally in Ontario. Later, when the U. S. Government opened western lands for
homesteading, some of them sold their Canadian properties and returned to the states, settling in
Michigan, Iowa, and other localities.

Soon the families in two counties of New York, separated by a considerable distance and
busy with full, new lives, lost contact with each other. Those who went to Canada and the West
were even more isolated. In time, close ties were lost and knowledge of the early family faded
away. Many years passed until finally, in fall 1940, three Hayner women, from three different
family lines, learned of each other and began to correspond. They found to their surprise that they
were related and that each lived in upper New York State and shared an interest in early history.
They were Jennie Hayner (Mrs. A. Hayner) of Center Brunswick, NY; Mabelle Hayner (Mrs.
Rutherford McC. Hayner) of West Sand Lake, an area near Jennie Hayner; and Florence W.
Hayner (Mrs. Clifford N. Hayner) of Rochester. Letters went back and forth and enthusiasm
grew as they learned of early migrations, new settlements, land grants received for war services,
early church records, names of great-grandparents, even a common tradition of a remote female
ancestor who lived to be 102.

Mrs. Jennie Hayner learned of early records in the Troy, NY, court house, and she and
Mabelle Hayner went there to study these important papers. Other family members found records
in the state library at Albany, NY, and noted early land transfers, deeds, and wills. It became
apparent to everyone that Hayners everywhere, regardless of how they spelled their last names,
were interested in family history and willing to study it and then report their findings.

The Hayner Family Association

The three correspondents were surprised both by the interest of so many different lines and the
volume of information that arrived almost daily. They soon realized that no published history of
this early Palatine family existed and that such a history was an important part of New York’s
growth and development. They decided it was time for a general reunion of the family.

In the summer of 1953, some 150 Hayner and Haner descendants gathered at Center
Brunswick, NY, in the historic Gilead Lutheran Church. This first family reunion was sponsored
by Mr. and Mrs. Hayner of Bald Mountain Road, Center Brunswick, who lived on the farm of his
great-grandfather, an early settler of the area. Others who helped make it possible were Mr. and
Mrs. Clifford Hayner of Rochester, whose forebear Andrew Hayner, Jr., was born in Center
Brunswick and moved in 1860 to Gasport, NY, some sixty miles from Rochester, where he
purchased a large farm. Later, he built a cider mill and manufactured champagne cider from his
large orchard of russet apples. Andrew Hayner’s farm passed to his grandson, Clifford N. Hayner

of Rochester, who was very interested in the history of his family. A third member who helped
organize this first Hayner Family Reunion was Mrs. Rutherford Hayner of West Sand Lake, NY,
a gifted historian who collected much early material. Her husband was a well-known newspaper
editor in Troy, NY. The reunited family held a business meeting, elected officers, appointed the
three women correspondents to be the family historians, and asked them to continue collecting
and preserving all possible records toward the eventual publication of a family history. Members
were urged to become active in research and report their findings to the secretary. The family
voted to call itself The Hayner Family Association and to continue holding yearly reunions in the
Center Brunswick, NY, area. Currently, reunions are held in odd-numbered years, in various
locations.

The publication of a small quarterly family bulletin called The Hayner Family News, sent
to all members, many libraries and historical societies, began in March 1954. Florence Hayner
was the devoted secretary of the association and editor of the news for 35 years from 1954 until
her well-earned retirement in 1989. It is a clearing house of information on rediscovered family
lines, church and cemetery records, bible entries, and material from county histories, genealogies, and similar publications. A comprehensive Index to The Hayner Family News, 1954-1986, was published in 1987. Since 1987, the Secretary and news editor has been Diane Haner Anderson, now living in Sourth Carolina.

Our first history of the Hayner family was published in spring 1967 and sold by
subscription to members and to libraries and historical societies country wide. It begins with our
ancestor, Johannes Häner, who came to America in 1709-1710 from Germany, where he was
born in 1675. It contains the names of nearly 2,000 Haner men and women and their families
under some ten different spellings of the name, a section devoted to service of the family in the
Revolution and in the Civil War, names in unconnected (supplementary) lines, and an index. It
contained all that was known of our Haner/Hayner family at that time.

The Family Name

The descendants of Johannes Häner, who came to America with the Palatine emigration of 17091710, spell their names in many different ways. Most prevalent are Haner and Hayner, the latter adopted in 1813 or 1814 by some Haner men in the Center Brunswick, NY, area, probably to
ensure a pronunciation that would rhyme with “day.” As many as 22 spellings are found in
churchbooks and in various issues of the Hayner Family News. Surnames now used by living
descendants of Johannes Häner include Haner, Hayner, Hanor, Haynor, and Hainer. Early
documents also list Heiner, Hener, Hoener, Hoenner, Hohner, Hainor, and others. The earliest
known record of our ancestor as an adult is a 1703 German church-book marriage record for
Johannes Häner. The earliest preserved signatures of the immigrant (1740) and of his eldest son
Bernhardt (1741) were spelled Hoener, but this spelling did not survive. In America, church and
government officials had a hard time interpreting the strange sound of the German ä and oe into
English. One pastor would consistently use one spelling; another pastor would use a different
spelling. To a German-speaking person, “Hoener” would indeed be pronounced approximately as
“Hayner,” but to an English-speaking person, it may have seemed like a garden “hoe.” Häner
would differ only slightly from Hoener.

In our genealogical chapters, we give the names exactly as spelled in church records,
mostly baptismal records with names of parents and godparents. We do not attribute much
significance to the multitude of different spellings. In our name index at the end of the book,
some of the early spellings that did not survive are indexed as Heiner and Hoener, fairly common
early variants of the family name.

A Note on Coats of Arms

Only one Heiner coat of arms is found in the Wappenbuch by Siembacher, in the section allotted to Saxony; none is found with other spellings of the name. According to research by Dr. Alfred
Jaeger of Munich, Germany, Siembacher does not designate which Heiner family carried the
shield or at what time, so every Heiner family is entitled to use it. Nevertheless, we have no firm
proof that the family of our Johannes Häner used this shield at any time. In this and other
Haner/Heiner arms, a cock or rooster is prominent; the German word for a cock is Hahn. The
cock is described as in gold in a book by John Hensell and others of the Hühner/Heiner/Hayner
line given in our Supplement M. Laura Rosnagle gave a technical description from Reistop’s
Bürgerliche Geschlecter in which the cock is silver on three green hills on a blue field. The three
red flowers are stated to be “roselike.” The three hills seem to be related to a place of origin of
some Heiner family. The two-volume work in French, Armorial General by J. B. Rietslap states
that “le coq” is the distinctive feature of coats of arms of 63 members of the Hahn family,
wherever found and however spelled. Miss Lena Doty of Melrose, NY, brought a somewhat
similar coat of arms, inherited from Conrad P. Hayner of Center Brunswick, to the first Hayner
reunion in 1953. In this version, the cock is perched on top of the knight’s helmet.

Hayner descendant Howard Woodin of Middlebury, VT, found an entirely different coat of
arms in Burke’s General Armory under the spelling Haner. It is described thus: “Or, on a fesse
Sa, three millrinds Ar.” Here Or = gold, Sa = sable (black), and Ar = silver. A millrind is an iron
toggle or washer used to hold a top grinding stone in place. A huge nut is screwed down on top to
vary the pressure, thus adjusting the texture of the flour. This reference to the art of milling does
not appear to be related to the milling background of our immigrant ancestor, whose family only
rented a mill.

A Dutch Family Origin Not Likely

Some traditions indicate that the New York Haner/Heiner family originated in Holland, not
Germany. We believe these traditions cannot be substantiated. Of course, the German immigrant
Johannes Häner came to a region just recently in possession of the Dutch, and there were many
established Dutch families into which the second and third Haner generations married: Van Etten, Van den Burgh, Vandercook, Van Veghten, to name just a few. Some youngster may have heard a grandparent say that he or she had a Dutch ancestry; but the reference might well have been to a female ancestor. The Palatines did in fact embark at the Dutch port of Rotterdam on their way to London in 1709. There was confusion between the “Low Dutch” (from the low lands of Holland) and the “High Dutch” (from Germany); the German word “Deutsch” means “German.” No one has ever suggested a name or place of origin for a Dutch immigrant ancestor. On the positive side, there is an unbroken chain of names and places for the history, as outlined in this book, from Storndorf and Birstein in Germany to the German settlement at East Camp and the German churches in Dutchess County, NY. The history of Germantown includes mention of a migration northward from there to Brunswick, NY, where the German Gilead Lutheran Church was founded by our family, among others. All the church records and the few Bibles that have
survived are in German, not Dutch. Finally, the German immigrant and his wife Catharina
Monsieur were godparents at the baptisms of several of those who went to Brunswick.

Of course, there were other Haner families in New York, some even before 1700, and they
may well have come from Holland. We cannot explain the statement made by Moses Senderling
Hayner, born 1831 in New York State, who wrote “We are Dutch, from Holland.” His father,
Andreas Haner, baptized in Gilead Lutheran Church, later took the spelling Hayner. The
grandfather of Moses Senderling Hayner was a grandson of the immigrant, Johannes Heiner, and
was baptized in Red Hook Lutheran Church in 1746 with the immigrant himself and wife
Catharina “Mussier” as sponsors. The grandmother of Moses was Catharina Dater, who came
from Holland about 1750.

The Second Family History – 1991

The authors of History of the Hayner Family, published in 1967, were the three Family
Historians: Jennie A. Hayner, Mabelle B. Hayner, and Florence W. Hayner. They produced a
tremendously valuable book, but they were aware that it was only a start. New data would come,
and new families would be found. From the beginning, they were thinking of a second family
history. The possibility was discussed at the 1987 reunion at Troy, Ohio, which was the first one
I attended. I was born in 1912 in St. Louis, MO, where my father, Franklin Miller, was a lawyer
and judge. His grandmother was Anna Haner Potter of northern Missouri, daughter of Henry
Haner of West Sand Lake, NY. My father never knew of the New York origins of his Haner
family, and it was not until I attended a national meeting of physics teachers at Troy, NY, in 1980
that I became aware of the Hayner Family Association and its widespread group of loyal
members.
 
I retired from teaching physics at Kenyon College in Ohio in 1981 at age 69. In 1985 I
published the second of two books on my mother’s families. Then I continued work my own
branch of the Haner family. At the 1987 meeting, I was glad to volunteer to become book editor
for an expanded family history. There seemed to be three factors pointing me in this direction:
available time in my retirement, my knowledge of computers, and my experience in publishing
two earlier histories of my mother’s family. For three years, I worked full time at this project and
enjoyed every minute of it. I have written some programs for sorting and indexing names,
maintaining a mailing list of contacts, and printing address labels. But I have not found the
genealogical programs I wrote while preparing my other books to be as useful for this project as a
straightforward wordprocessor. We prepared camera-ready copy ourselves using a personal
computer and a laser printer. The secnd edition of the Hayner history was published in 1991, a
volume of some 540 pages.

The Third Family History – 2001

When the 1991 edition was distributed at the reunion in Wayne, Michigan, we realized that a
great deal of family history remained to be discovered, and we planned for a new edition after ten
years. This book is the realization of those plans. It is substantially larger, and for the
convenience of the readers, we have subdivided the material into two volumes. Printing
technology has advanced during the decade, and the printer now can work directly from computer files, without photographing hard copy as was done before.

The Scope of the Book

Since the spelling Hoener used in America by the immigrant did not continue, we have given this
book a title reflecting the two most commonly used current spellings of the family name. The
male descendants in this “main line” family of Johannes Häner are followed in detail, out now to
the eleventh generation with some children in the twelfth generation. Normally, we follow a
female line only down to the great-grandchildren of a woman who was born a Haner, Hayner, etc.
We have made an exception for some remote descendants of female lines who have shown a
continuing interest in their Haner/Hayner family and who would not otherwise be listed. Only an
outline of the descent of that person is given, down to the present time. This is perhaps a more
comprehensive treatment of female lines than is customary in books of this sort. Even so, we
cannot follow all lines of every name through so many generations. The numbering system is
explained in a separate section.

Military Service

Many of our family have served bravely in our nation’s armed forces. In general, we have not
listed such service except for career men and women and those who made the supreme sacrifice.
This is not from lack of concern, but because we lack complete information. A brief list of some
records is given on pages 663–665. It would be a monumental research task to properly identify each of these names with the corresponding family member. These clues may be of use to those
tracing their own ancestors.

College and University Attendance

For similar reasons, we have not attempted to list the many colleges, universities and technical
schools attended by our family members, or the degrees attained. However, when we have it,
information is included about careers and occupations.

Supplement of Unconnected Lines

This book is primarily a record of the descendants of Johannes Häner, who came to New York in
1710 as a Palatine emigrant. The first generations were in the Hudson valley north of New York
City up to the vicinity of Albany. Nevertheless, we know that there are many unconnected
families in North America bearing similar names of Haner, Hayner, Hanor, Hainer, Hiner,
Hanner, to name only a few. Families listed in the supplement, parts A through Z, fall into two
categories.

(1) A number of Haner and Hayner families were in Colonial New York at the right place
at the right time, but we cannot make the exact connection. These families are given in the
supplement for possible use by later family historians. As a matter of fact, in the thirty-five years
since publication of the first edition of this book, four families listed in that book’s supplement
have now been integrated into the main line of descent.
(2) Other families named Haner, Hayner, Haynor, Heiner, Henner, Hiner are certainly not
descended from Johannes. Some of them came to America as Hessian soldiers, some as
Pennsylvania “Dutch” settlers (German immigrants after 1720), some from Prussia in 1840, some
from Alsace ca 1800, others about Revolutionary times to Virginia and to the Mohawk valley in
upstate New York. We include most of these lines in the supplement at the request of interested
descendants who may some day be traced to a connection in 17th-century Europe.
Acknowledgements

During more than 50 years, we have sought our roots and recorded our present-day family lines.
An ongoing newsletter is distributed to a growing group of loyal family members. We published
our family history in 1966 and in 1991, and now we have this third edition in 2001. Over the
years, countless individuals have contributed time and effort to this project. Only a few can be
mentioned here: Darby G. Livingston; Henry Z. Jones, Jr.; Karl Hainer; Barbara Baxter; Herman
Witthoft; Mike Helbig; John A. Haner; Corlene Taylor; Jacqueline Miller; Diane Haner
Anderson; Floyd Davie; Dorothea Schuh; and, in memoriam, Mrs. Rutherford Hayner (Mabelle);
Mrs. Hayner (Jennie); Mrs Clifford Hayner (Florence); Mary Miller Mallory; Helen S. Hotaling;
and Walter and Marji Hayner Cappel. May the next half-century continue to bring us together in
an ever-widening family circle.

Franklin Miller, Jr.
Book editor
July 2001

Chapter 2 FAMILY ORIGINS IN GERMANY

On the southern slope of the Vogelsberg region in the tiny hamlet of Unterreichenbach, the
protestant preacher wrote one sentence on page 181 of his church register: “Johannes Häner, son
of Conrad Häner, nobleman’s miller and resident of Storndorf, and Anna Catharina, legitimate,
Christian daughter of the late Johann Schneider of Fischborn, were joined in holy marriage 17
Januarius MDCCIII.” This entry, made on 17 January, 1703, was found about 270 years later by

Carla Mittelstaedt-Kubaseck. It proved to be the key to our forebear’s German origins.

The village of Fischborn is about 4 kilometers north of Birstein, which, in turn, is 12
kilometers north of Wächtersbach. A 1699 list of Mills and Millers in the judicial district of
Reichenbach shows nineteen functioning water-run flour mills (down from a peak of twenty-three before the disruption of the Swedish War of 1618-1648, known also as the Thirty-Years War). The fourth mill in Fischborn was listed as “Velten Kemps modo Johannes Schneiders Mühle,” which translates into “Velten Kemp’s now Johann Schneider’s Mill.” Records show that Johann Schneider was obligated to pay a yearly fee of 12 shillings (buying power unknown to us) for the use of the Count’s water; he paid 3 Achtel Korn (3 eighths of rye, about 600 pounds) and 2
capons for the use of the ground on which the mill stood. His income consisted of roughly 6
percent of the grain brought in for grinding. This was a private mill; those who ran the Count’s
mills earned more, for farmers from certain designated communities had to bring grain to the
Count’s mill. The single mill in Birstein was such a mill, and probably the site of Johannes
Häner’s work as a hired hand. These details about the economics of 17th-century milling give a
flavor of the times and were probably typical of the mills at Storndorf where Johannes Häner was
born in 1675.

The Old Mill at Storndorf on the Schwalm River

Just over three hundred years ago our ancestor, Curt Häner, father of Johannes who came to
America, was a miller in the village of Storndorf, which is a few minutes’ drive from the
medieval town of Alsfeld in the state of Hesse, about 60 miles northeast of Frankfurt. The
Schwalm River supplied water power for three mills in and around Storndorf. The mill
established by the ruling von Storndorf family in about 1500 was known as the Herrenmühle,
meaning the mill of the masters. It was leased from the noble Seebach family by Curt Häner, who
died in 1713 at Storndorf.

The Herrenmühle where our forefathers lived was a large, long L-shaped building with
living and working quarters constructed so that water in the mill race flowed along the rounded
corner of the “L” and to the Schwalm. The mill wheel was removed in this century, and only the
ancient masonry along the watercourse retains its original form. The long rounded corner was
built with large unhewn stones, and then each row was leveled with small unhewn stones row on
row upwards. According to Dr. Dietrich Wohlfahrt, engineer and expert on old buildings, this type of masonry was typical of the period around 1500, and written records prove that the mill was constructed before 1550. Although the building itself was large, the mill was small, and had only one millstone. Another one was not allowed because the water resources of the Schwalm scarcely sufficed to run the three different mills that stood and operated in the village of Storndorf. The building had attractive paneling on the exterior; dark-stained oak beams alternated with white plaster made of a watery mixture of finely chopped straw and lime. In the middle of the 20th century it was (alas) covered with modern plastic shingles, part white, part green. The roof of the old mill has also been altered.

The water wheel was located on the west side of the mill, toward the south end. Water
from the mill pond spurted down the millrun and over a wooden chute and fell from above over
the wooden wheel, which was constructed with pockets. The weight of the water in the wooden
pockets turned the wheel, which ran the mill machinery. When the mill was not grinding grain
into flour, the miller, his son, or a helper ran over to the flood gate by the pond and closed it,
probably with the help of a kind of screw that had to be turned by hand until the water flow
stopped. The gate at the pond was only about 200 meters southwest of the mill. The Schwalm
River was a mere stone’s throw away to the north from the rounded corner of the mill. Water
nowadays moves sluggishly through the millrace, which is partly filled up through disuse. The
millpond itself has reverted to a wet, meadowy area since 1967, when the last water wheel ceased turning in Storndorf. Today, very little grain is ground in local mills. People in Germany, as in
America, buy most of their bread in stores.

The Storndorf-Seebach Connection

In German, the prefix “von” designates a noble family (but the corresponding “van” in Dutch
designates a place of origin). As a microcosm of the economic and political climate of the 16th
and 17th centuries, we can consider the “noble” families where Curt Häner’s mill was located.

The ruling family in Storndorf for several centuries was the “noble” von Storndorf family.
They were neither noble nor rich and tended to steal from others what they thought they needed.
As early as 1332, one Gerlach von Storndorf was given a fief for the castle in Romrod near
Storndorf. About 1520. two brothers von Storndorf started quarreling violently about the
“lowest” mill (i.e., lowest on the Schwalm River), called Schneidmühle. The village and
surroundings were divided between the brothers and their descendants after this episode. For the
greater part of the 16th century the quarreling continued. But in the year 1600, the resident
nobleman of the upper half of the village was so hopelessly in debt that he was forced to sell his
holdings to his Landgraf (or Landgrave, as the ruling prince was called) in order to pay his debts.
The other von Storndorf family in the lower half of the original fief lost many young men in the
30 Years’ War. Others died of natural causes, and that line died out by 1713.

Meanwhile Landgraf Georg, the ruling prince to whom the upper half of Storndorf village
had been sold, was in dire financial straits. His administrator or magistrate (Amtmann) was Hans Ludwig von Seebach, member of a noble family from the town of Seebach in Thuringia near
Langensalza (east of Storndorf, from 1945 to 1990 in East Germany). Von Seebach was
“Amtmann zu Otzberg, Umstadt und Habitzheim” in a considerable area of Hessen-Darmstadt
and was rarely in Storndorf. But his wife and children lived in the upper manor of Storndorf,
where the Herrenmühle was located. In 1634, unable to pay the salary of his magistrate,
Landgraf Georg gave the upper half of the village to Hans Ludwig von Seebach as a fief, in lieu
of back salary. The “castle” and other buildings (including a baking house, a still, and the
Herrenmühle) were in pathetic condition, but they were better than nothing at all. The eldest
daughter of Curt Häner had no less than three “noble” baptismal sponsors, one of them being a
von Seebach child only about 3 to 4 years old, of the same age as the eldest son Hans Häner
(Hans 1). When our forebear Hans 2 was growing up in Storndorf, there were two noble families
there.

The Curt Häner Family at Storndorf

Our immigrant forebear’s father Curt Häner is mentioned at least twenty-two times in the
churchbooks for Storndorf, Hesse. His name is given as Conrad in one church record and
Conradt in another, but he was usually known as Curt, the short form of Conrad. The last name
was, and is, spelled in various ways; a large portion of the occurrences of our name in German
church records between 1670 and 1730 used the spellings Häner, Hainer, and Henner. There is
some speculation that the Curt Häner family’s origins were in the low countries, perhaps
Belgium. We believe that Curt was born between 1643 and 1650 at Nieder-Moos or its
predecessor village. Parish records give no information before 1694. Earlier records, begun in
1324, were considered so precious that they were taken for safety to the castle at Darmstadt,
where bombs destroyed them in World War II. Nieder-Moos (Low moss) is a village about a
mile from Metzlos, home of two of Curt’s sisters who were baptismal sponsors of his daughters.
Nieder-Moos was a replacement for Kirch-Moos, an older village a mile or so away, which was
obliterated around 1650 by a devastating plague. We think that Curt’s father was the Johannes
Häner who died in Nieder-Moos in 1694. It is likely that Kobald Häner, who died there in 1713,
was Curt’s brother; his wife Margaretha died in 1699 in Nieder-Moos and a daughter died there in
1685. Lorentz Häner was probably a younger brother. Rather complete church records in

Freiensteinau state that Lorentz Häner was from Nieder-Moos when he married (1st) Elisabetha
Seygelin from Fleschenbach in 1688. Their five children were born in Fleschenbach. He married
(2nd) Margarete Zapf from Holzmühle and their two youngest (of five) children were born in the
Holzmühle (literally, wooden mill). The term referred both to the mill itself and the hamlet, then
of perhaps five houses. Lorentz married (3rd) Anna Margarethe Muth, no issue.

When young Curt Häner set out by foot to find a mill where he could earn a living, he
found the Herrenmühle in Storndorf, some 18 miles north of Nieder-Moos and Metzlos. There he
met and married his wife about 1672; surviving church records for Storndorf (kept in Ober-
Breidenbach) begin in 1673, the year of birth of their eldest child. Curt Häner was buried on 18
Feb 1713 at Storndorf. His wife, whose first name we do not know, was the daughter of Hans
and Ottilia Schauben. Their ten children are listed in the Storndorf churchbooks. The names of
the baptismal sponsors show some early relationships and friendships.

Children of Curt Häner of Storndorf, Hesse:

1. Johannes, bp Dom. 1 Trinity, 1673 (1st Sunday of Trinity, which was June 18 in 1673);
sp Johannes — from Vadenrod. He married Juliana Jost, dau of Caspar Jost from Meiches.
This is the ancestor of the Hainer families in Germany with whom we are now in contact. See
below for more on this family, and a genealogical summary in the appendix to this chapter.
2. Johannes, bp 22 Jan 1675; sp Johannes, son of Hans Matthes. This is our ancestor who
came to America in 1710.
3. Sophia Catharina, bp 27 Dec 1677; sp Debora Sophia von Seebach, Sophia Maria
Eleonora von Bobenhausen, and Henrich Christophel von Hanssen. There were three sponsors,
since Debora Sophia von Seebach was only about 3-1/2 years old at the time.
4. Margaretha, bp 2 May 1680; sp Margaretha, wife of Johannes Möller from Metzlos
(Curt Häner’s sister who d 13 Mar 1718 in Metzlos).
5. Anna Margaretha, bp 5 Feb 1682; sp Margaretha, wife of Johann Decher.
6. Ottilia, bp 28 Mar 1684; sp her grandmother, Hans Schauben’s wife. Died at age 19.
7. Anna Gela, bp 26 Sep 1686; sp “my sister” Gela from Metzlos (Curt Häner’s sister).
8. Anna Maria, bp 3 Nov 1688; sp Anna Maria, wife of Anthoni Riehl.
9. Johann Walther, bp 22 Feb 1691; sp Walther Schmid from Storndorf, d before 1729;
son Johann Christian b 1712.
10. Anna Sophia, bp 5 Mar 1693; sp Frau Anna Sophia von Utteroth, cherished wife of the
master of the hounds (chief ranger in charge of hunting), the honorable Hans Reinhart von
Utteroth, Hessen-Darmstadt.
It was somewhat unusual that Curt Haner had two sons named Johannes, with no
distinguishing middle names. In this case, one may have been named for one grandfather,
supposed to have been Johannes Häner, and one named for the other grandfather, Hans
[Johannes] Schauben. The elder Johannes, who stayed in Germany, was called “Hans,” and the
second Johannes, who went to America, was called “Jors.” Note that Johannes is pronounced
with Jo as in “yoyo,” han as in “wander,” and nes as in “nest.” The name “Johannes” is
equivalent to John, and “Hans” is equivalent to Jack. The nickname “Jors” was apparently often
used for John at that time. In this family were no less than four girls named Anna. It seems
possible that the mother’s maiden name had been Anna Schauben.

The Spelling of the Family Name

In the last part of the 17th century, when our family lived at the Herrenmühle in Storndorf, the
science of linguistics was non-existent. There were no tape recorders to preserve pronunciations,
and the language itself was changing. Although we use Häner as the family name at that time, the
way it was written and spelled is uncertain because of the difficulty of reading ancient script. The
vowel sound in the name was a diphthong, possibly with the sound of “eye” as in “light.” The churchbooks in which the baptisms are recorded used (among others) the spelling Häner, for
which the spelling Haener is equivalent if one does not wish to use the umlaut ä. Present-day
descendants in this area of Germany use the spelling Hainer, pronounced “High-ner”; this
spelling first appears in the records of one pastor in about 1730. The letter “y” is rarely used in
contemporary German, but earlier it was common. Martin Luther in his biblical translations and
writings around 1500 often used “y” in place of the vowel “i.” The month of May was then
spelled “May” in German; now it is “Mai.” Our English word “by” was in earliest times spelled
“bey” in Hesse, and in contemporary German is now “bei” — all of these pronounced to rhyme
with “high.” We get an idea of how old the Hayner name is from the fact that a university
graduate in Saxony born in 1612 spelled his name Petrus Hayner. There is no indication of a
connection with our family, but it does show an ancient use of that spelling. Most of our
American forebears wrote their names as Haner, Heiner, or Hoener, but many other spellings
were used. In court records regarding Frederick Heiner (1756-1840), a grandson of the
immigrant, his name is spelled in six different ways in two related documents!

In this book we have tried to give the spellings as used by the persons involved. Ten
different spellings are in the index to our first edition published in 1966: Haner, Hayner, Hanor,
Hainer, Heiner, Hiner, Hener, Haynor, Hanner, Hanners. The first two spellings account for
about 80 percent of the names. Other spellings found on various pages of The Hayner Family
News include Hainor, Haener, Henner, Heaner, Heyner, Hehner, Henor, Hoener, Hohner, Huiner,
Huener, and Hyner. Many, but not all, of these spellings are for families of our immigrant
forebear. We have chosen the title of the book to go back as nearly as possible to the spelling in 17th -century Germany, recognizing that a substantial number of family members in America use
“Hayner.” We call it “A” Haner/Hayner family because there are dozens of other families of
similar spelling not yet connected. By “America” in the title we mean to include both the United
States and Canada.

Friendly Contact with Present-day German Relatives

Beginning in 1981, a member of our American Haner/Hayner family living in Germany was in
touch with Hainer families in Storndorf and elsewhere in Hesse, descendants of the first Johannes
who remained in Germany when his brother Johannes came to America in 1710. She was
Marjorie Hayner (# 4306 in our genealogy). Born and educated in the U.S., in 1951 she married
Dr. Walter Cappel, a retired professor from Elmstein, West Germany, and became the mother of
Hanne and Stephan. Marji, as she was called, held dual citizenship in the U.S. and in Germany, as
do her children. She waa fluent in both German and English and was been a frequent and valued
correspondent for The Hayner Family News. What follows is mostly reproduced from some of
Marji Cappel’s reports in the news. First, she described a drive made with some American
Hayner cousins who were visiting in Germany.

She wrote: If you are driving from Elmstein in the southwestern part of Germany over the
Rhine, past Frankfurt, you follow a four-lane highway that was once, in the Middle Ages, a trade
route. Turn off at Alsfeld, one of Germany’s most beautiful medieval towns, probably founded at
this very point to protect the trade route where it crosses the Schwalm River, a spring-fed river
that rises somewhat south of Storndorf. A few minutes’ drive from Alsfeld through gently rolling
countryside and well-tilled fields brings you to Storndorf, a clean, quiet little village of
approximately 900 inhabitants, with many homes built before 1800, homes you would not suspect
were that old, for they are covered with new stucco and bright with window boxes filled with
blooming geraniums.

In a few of these homes, and in the lovely village of Allmenrod, located nearby, we met
direct descendants of Johannes, eldest son of the miller Curt Häner, father of our ancestor. His
second son, also named Johannes, at age thirty-four emigrated to America in 1709-1710. Let us
call them Hans No. 1 and Hans No. 2, to keep them apart. Hans No. 2, baptized in Storndorf on 22 Jan 1675, was our first generation in America, father of the children numbered 1 through 12 in
our second generation in America.

In Germany, the descendants of Hans No. 1 spell the name Hainer (pronounced “highner”).
In Storndorf, we first met Frau Maria Hainer, a very warm hearted, active church worker,
now widowed, and her son Karl-Ernst. Her husband, Johannes Hainer, served in Russia in World
War II, where he lost a leg. When he came home, he was unable to follow his profession of
mason, so he took a desk job in a ranger station. In his free time, despite his injury, he coached
Storndorf children in sports. We judge from photographs and things we learned about him that he was a very fine man. He died suddenly at the age of 47.

Johannes and Maria Hainer’s sons Otto and Albert were born before World War II, but
Karl-Ernst was born in 1945, after his father came home. It is he, Karl-Ernst, who has found
much valuable information, old pictures, and even a very rare book on the history of Storndorf; he is an excellent researcher. The son Otto Hainer and wife Maria had four children, including twins, living in Ockstadt, Hesse, where Otto is a post office official. We were told that it is common for the German Hainer families to have twins. One daughter, Alice Hainer, died in May 1990 at age 28.
Now to history: Hans No. 1 took over the mill from his father, Curt Häner. This was the
Herrenmühle (the noble’s mill) that was leased from the noble family of von Seebach, who at one
time owned half the village of Storndorf. The Herrenmühle, described earlier in this chapter, was
very large and had both living and working quarters; all the children of Curt Hainer were born in
this building housing the old mill. In early times Storndorf had enough water to run three mills.
The Fritzenmühle (Fritz Mill) had been built directly on the Schwalm River. About 1848, a
Hainer married into the Fritzenmühle, and Hainers stayed in the Fritzenmühle until the present
time; today the family name there is Glatzel (pronounced Glah-tzel).

Lt. Glatzel’s first wife, Anna Hainer, was a beautiful young woman, much loved by her
family and the people of her village, who died at age 45 of cancer. A close friend, Irene, who
became Glatzel’s second wife, took on the task of raising Anna’s four growing children.

In Allmenrod, [we met other Hainer descendants]. It is an amazing and wonderful
experience to sit down and talk with folks whose forefather was a brother to our forefather born
more than 300 years ago. We feel at ease with them, as if we were second cousins. Between
1981 and 1988, Walter Cappel visited Hainer kinfolk in Germany, twice with Florence and Cliff
Hayner of Florida and again with Norman and Neada Hayner of Bainbridge, NY. These
American cousins were warmly welcomed by our German kinfolk. We reprint some brief
quotations from The Hayner Family News, to give the flavor of the families there.

Frederick Leonard Georg Hainer, who simply called himself Fritz, lived in Cappel near
Marburg, Hesse. Born on 26 Jan 1891, he had already celebrated his 91st birthday when Marjorie
talked with him by phone in 1982. He and his wife Johanna (Heinemann) Hainer celebrated their
68th wedding anniversary in November 1981. Fritz outlived his brother Wilhelm, who was a
master glazier in a consecutive line of six generations in Schlitz, Hesse. Wilhelm lived to be 81.
His daughter married a master glazier who took over the family business (which makes windows)
when her father was 70. Since the early 1800s, there are two trades that seemed especially to
attract men of the Hainer family — miller, and glazier.

In the home of Wilhelm’s widow Katharina Hainer there hangs a big family tree. At the
base is Johannes Hainer of the Herrenmühle in Storndorf — Hans No. 1 — the ancestor of all of
these German Hainers. This family tree is actually just one branch of an immense family tree
prepared in book form shortly after World War II by Gustav Fricke, who died in the 1980s. In
1949, no one had money to spend on the printing of a book. Alas! Herr Fricke and his wife
destroyed the manuscript just a few years ago in order to condense their possessions for a smaller apartment. They were convinced that no one was interested in the book. What a tragic loss for
family historians on two continents.

Gustav Fricke’s wife Henriette (called Henni), her sister Luise (called Lina), and her
brothers Wilhelm and Kurt Hainer were great-grandchildren of George Christian Hainer of
Schlitz, who was a brother of the elderly Fritz Hainer’s grandfather. This George Christian
(1821-1903) was known as the “Little Veterinarian of Schlitz.” He was indeed short in stature,
and his great-grandson Wilhelm was only 5 feet tall. Another Georg Christian Hainer, brother of
the elderly Fritz, drove a beer truck and died at age 84. The Wilhelm Hainer who descended from
the “Little Veterinarian” was a former bank director who lived in a retirement home in Offenbach
until his death on 11 Nov 1983, age 79.

In summer 1984, Florence and Clifford Hayner, officers of the Hayner Family Association,
had a short visit in Germany with Dr. Walter and Marjorie Cappel. It was the second time that
they had been Marjorie’s guests in Elmstein. In September 1986, Norman Hayner, the Hayner
Family Association treasurer, and his wife visited Walter and Marjorie Cappel while on a
business sojourn in Germany. In summer 1994, the editor of this Hayner family history, Franklin
Miller, spent a wonderful three weeks visiting Marji Cappel and her husband in their lovely home
in Elmstein, a village in the Palatinate about 50 miles west of Frankfurt. The view from their
kitchen window was of wooded hills and an old castle in the distance. Marji, although wheelchair
bound due to polio in 1959, was a gracious hostess.

And so it goes. Through our Hayner Family Association, we have been able to meet and
get to know some of our wonderful German kindred, descendants of Johannes Hainer, eldest son
of Curt Häner, brother of our Johannes Heiner who came to America in 1710, and whose
descendants form the substance of this book.

APPENDIX

Brief genealogy of part of the family of Hans Häner No. 1

Thanks are due to Pastor Reinhard Helm of the “castle” town of Romrod, just southwest of
Alsfeld, who searched the records for data on our Hainer families. We also thank Pastor
Rosenbaum of Nieder-Moos, who has been generous with his assistance, and Franz and Elise
Hainer of Heuchelheim, who searched in Nieder-Moos for further clues. We are grateful to Marj
Hayner Cappel from Elmstein for additional research.

For this edition of our book, the following list was compiled by Dr. Karl Hainer, Franz and Elise
Hainer, and others. Generation II is the children of Johannes (Hans No. 1), numbered 1 through

6. The + sign before No 5 indicates that his children are listed in Generation III, and so forth for
later generations. What follows is only a sample from what might some day be a complete family
history, comparable in size with that of Hans No. 2 who went to America in the winter of
1709/1710, the subject of the main part of this book.
Generation II

JOHANNES HÄNER, first of two sons of Curt Häner to bear this name, was baptized 8 Jun
1673; married 22 Nov 1703 in Storndorf Juliana Jost, daughter of Caspar Jost from Meiches. He
died 16 Apr 1738, at age 64. He was both a Herrenmüller (ran the noble’s mill in Storndorf) and
a glazier who made and installed windows. He was the ancestor of many who bear the Hainer
name in Storndorf, Ockstadt, Giessen, Allmenrod, Schlitz, Marburg, Offenbach, Westerwald,
Speyer, and other places in Hesse.

1. Lina, b 26 Sep 1704
2. Andreas, bp 28 Feb 1706, m 1729, d 1778. He had 4 children who kept the name Häner;
descendants at Nürnberg.
3. Anna Elisabetha, bp 9 Feb 1710
4. Anna Gertrud, bp 5 Aug 1714
+ 5. Ernst Ludwig, bp 8 Mar 1716
6. (another son, died at age 4)
Generation III

5. ERNST LUDWIG HAINER, bp 8 Mar 1716, d 9 Dec 1785; m 7 Mar 1741 Maria Dorothea
Linn, (b 30 Mar 1712); master glazier in Storndorf.
7. Johann Konrad, b 1741, m 1768, d 1812. Descendants in Bingen.
+ 8. Johann Ernst, b 13 Feb 1745
+ 9. Johann Paul, bp between 28 Aug and 16 Oct 1756
Generation IV

8. JOHANN ERNST LUDWIG HAINER, b 13 Feb 1745, d 2 Jan 1826 in Schlitz; m 30 May
1770 in Schlitz Anna Maria Schnabel (b 11 Jun 1752, d 30 Nov 1802). He went in 1770 to
Schlitz, was a master glazier, and was the ancestor of the Hainer family in Schlitz.
10. Georg Heinrich b 1772, d 1813; m 1796 Anna Christine Weiland. He was a master
glazier in Schlitz.
11. Johann Friedrich, b 1777, d 1818; m 1800 Anna Margarete Sippel; a master glazier in
Schlitz.
+ 12. Johann Paul, b 15 Aug 1789
9. JOHANN PAUL HAINER, bp between 28 Aug and 16 Oct 1756, d 15 Mar 1797; m 27 Jun
1784 in Storndorf Anna Juliana Ringel (b 4 Dec 1761, d 27 Nov 1834). He was the ancestor of
the Hainer family now in Heuchelheim and Storndorf. Several children; more are in the church
records, but not reported to us.
+ 13. Johann Heinrich, b 26 Jul 1794
Generation V

12. JOHANN PAUL HAINER, b 15 Aug1789, d 3 Mar 1845; m 24 Apr 1821 Elisabetha
(Elise) Otterbein (b 16 Feb 1786, d 19 May 1867); master glazier in Schlitz.
+ 14. Georg Christoph, b 26 Aug 1821
15. Friedrich, b 1824, m(1) 1856 Elisabeth Pfifferling, 2 daughters; m(2) Marie Niepoth, d
1891; he was a watchmaker.
16. Georg, b 15 Nov 1826. d 19 Mar 1910; m 5 Feb 1860 Anna Elisabeth Weber (b 28
Dec 1825, d 5 May 1898); a master glazier in Schlitz. A granddaughter is Ursula (“Uschi”)
Winkler, who m John F. Moyer and lives in Portland, Oregon.
13. JOHANN HEINRICH HAINER, b 26 Jul 1794 Stornforf, d 20 Nov 1862; m 5 May 1822
Maria Catharina Scheig (b 7 Feb 1798, d 5 Jun 1858). d/o Abel Scheig, a hosiery worker in
Kestrich, and Maria Elisabetha Neeb. Johann Heinrich Hainer was a linen weaver.
+ 17. Johannes, b 14 Aug 1820
+ 18. Johann Heinrich, b 2 Jul 1822
19. Lorenz, b 23 Jul 1825, d 13 Nov 1902
20. Anna Maria, b 16 Jan 1828, d 2 Apr 1828
21. child, name not known
22. Juliana, b 10 Mar 1837, d 13 Jan 1903
Generation VI

14. GEORG CHRISTOPH HAINER, b 26 Aug 1821, d 14 Dec 1903; m 9 Apr 1855 Anna

Martha Elisabetha Schrön (b 14 Jun 1821, d 14 Apr 1882); the “little veterinarian of Schlitz
(Tierärtzchen)”

+ 23. Wilhelm, b 19 Dec 1845 (correct date)
24. Friederich, b 1855, d 1923
25. Jakob, d 1889
26. Katharine, b 1857, m Conrad Zöll, who was a joiner.
27. Johannes, b 8 Oct 1861 in Schlitz, d 21 Jun 1935 Bielefeld, m Emma Lübke (b 20 Oct
1871, d 31 Aug 1933); 2 sons, 2 daughters.
16. GEORG HAINER, b 15 Nov 1826. d 19 Mar 1910; m 5 Feb 1860 Anna Elisabeth Weber
(b 28 Dec 1825, d 5 May 1898); a master glazier in Schlitz.
28. Wilhelm, b 1855, d 1877
29. Georg Christoph, b 1859, d 1934, m Karol Donges
30. Friedrich, b 1861, d 1902; m Kath. Leifs
+ 31. Albert, b 1863, m Katharina Höller (?)
32. Friedrich Leonhard, b 1868, d 1943; m Auguste Worbs (?)
33. Johannes Conrad, b 1870
17. JOHANNES HAINER, b 14 Aug 1820, d 30 Mar 1885; m 29 Jan 1848 Katharina Wacker
(b 14 Aug 1830, d 12 Feb 1892). He was a glazier in Storndorf.
34. Anna Maria, b 1 Oct 1847
35. Johannes, b 27 Jan 1849, d 1 Jun 1881 in Storndorf
+ 36. Heinrich, b 2 Mar 1851
+ 37. Ludwig, b 12 Jan 1853
38. Anna Elisabeth, b 24 Feb 1861
39. Georg Adam, b 22 Feb 1861; lived in Giessen
40. ohann Georg, b 9 Sep 1863; lived in Giessen
41. Katharina, b 28 Apr 1866
42. Georg Wilhelm, b 20 May 1869; lived in Giessen
43. Elise Christine, b 4Apr 1872; lived in Giessen
18. JOHANN HEINRICH HAINER, b 2 Jul 1822, d 28 Jul 1882; m 15 Oct 1848 Anna Maria
Georg (b 8 Feb 1825, d 30 Jun 1901), d/o Johann Georg, the miller at the Fritzenmühle at
Storndorf, and his wife Elisabeth Eckstein. The Fritzenmühle came to the Georg family through
marriage with the Ecksteins, and then it came into the Hainer family through marriage with Anna
Maria Georg.
44. Heinrich, b 18 Nov 1848, took over the mill from his father.
45. Child, name unknown
46. Johannes, b 27 Oct 1851, married the daughter of a miller at Gemünden über
Westerburg; was called the Hessenmühle since Johannes was from Hesse. Descendants are in
Gemünden and Speyer (Palatine).
47. Ludwig, b 10 Oct 1855; took over from his brother Heinrich.
48. Stillborn daughter b 18 Jun 1858; in this record is found the occupation of the father as
a miller.
+ 49. Christian, b 28 May 1859
50. Elisabetha, b 5 Jun 1861
51. Stillborn son, on 29 Sep 1863
52. Juliana, b 14 Nov 1864
Generation VII

23. WILHELM HAINER, b 19 Dec 1845, d 20 Apr 1913 Offenbach; m 2 Apr 1872 Eloise
Caroline Heil (b 6 Apr 1849, d 8 Aug 1921). He was school master in Offenbach at a girls’
middle school.
+ 53. August Wilhelm, b 24 Mar 1873.

54. Sophie, b 2 Sep 1880, d 1907; m Rudof Jüling.
55. Fritz, b 2 Sep 1880 in Offenbach, d 28 Nov 1947 in Krombach; a clerk. He m(1)
Margarete Ruschitzka (d 1907), 1 dau; m(2) 10 Oct 1910 Rosa Hartmann (b 4 Sep 1885, d 5 Oct
1976), 3 dau.
56. Johannes (Hans), b 29 Dec 1887 Offenbach, d 25 Feb 1966 in Frankfurt; railway
official; m 5 May 1918 Luise (Lucie) Karoline Elise Bertha Emilie Dönnges (b 26 Mar 1890, d
16 Nov 1977); 1 dau.
31. ALBERT HAINER, b 1863, m Katharina Höller (?) b 1863.
57. Friederich (Fritz) Leonhard Georg, b 1891, d 1984; m Johanna Heinemann,( b 1893).
Grandfather of Ursula (Uschi) [Mühlhaus] Winkler.
58. Elisabeth (Elise) Katherine, b 1892, m Joh. (Hans) Wissmann
59. Georg Christoph/Christian, b 1895, d 1910
60. Friedrich Wilhelm Albert, b 1899, d 1984; m Katharina Fehr.
36. HEINRICH HAINER, b 2 Mar 1851, m 22 Apr 1878 Elisabetha Wöll.
+ 61. Johannes, b 25 Nov 1878. He was a joiner in Storndorf.
37. LUDWIG HAINER, b 12 Jan 1853, d 24 Jan 1924; m 24 Oct 1880 Elisabeth Hofmann (b
13 Dec 1853, d 16 Mar 1923); first lived in Giessen, then in Heuchelheim.
62. Katharine, b 26 Feb 1881, d 3 Nov 1945
+ 63. Ludwig II, b 28 Oct 1885
64. Marie, b 22 Jun 1892, d 29 May 1953
49. CHRISTIAN HAINER, b 28 May 1859, d 27 Nov 1933, a joiner. He m 26 Dec 1888 Anna
Barbara Elise Katharina Bellinger (b 2 Jan 1865, d 22 Jan 1945).
+ 65. Wilhelm, b 9 Jun 1891
Generation VIII

53. AUGUST WILHELM HAINER, b 24 Mar 1873, Offenbach, d 18 Dec 1958; m 9 May 1901
Elisa (Elise) Sophia Christina Haas (b 11 Aug 1878, d 26 Nov 1947). He was a post-office
clerk (“the little white man from the post-office”).
66. Elisabeth (Else, Elsbeth) Karoline Katherine Helene, b 30 Jan 1902 in Worms, d 9
Apr 1922 in Offenbach.
+ 67. August Wilhelm Emil, b 18 Jan 1904
68. Luise (Lina), b 6 Jan 1907; unm.
69. Henriette (Henni), b 21 Sep 1912 Offenbach; d 5 May 1985 Hanau; m 17 Aug 1940
Gustav Fricke (b 9 Dec 1913, d 30 Oct 1983); They had 1 son, 2 daughters.
70. Kurt, b 16 Feb 1916 Offenbach, d 28 Jun 1996; m Elfriede Gertrud Hildegard
Kadasch. He was a teacher; 1 son, 2 daughters.
71. Hans Ernst, b 1 Feb 1920, d 11 Apr 1922 in Offenbach.
61. JOHANNES HAINER, b 25 Nov 1878, d 17 Apr 1952; m 29 Feb 1909 Maria Faust. He was
a bricklayer in Storndorf.
72. Johannes, b 6 Mar 1910, d 24 Dec 1957, m Maria Greb. He was a bricklayer in
Storndorf.
63. LUDWIG HAINER, b 28 Oct 1885, d 9 Aug 1952; m(1) 12 May 1907 Wilhelmine Schmidt
(b 11 Sep 1885, d 10 Oct 1925).
73. Eduard, b 2 Nov 1907, d 10 May 1963
74. Therese, b 21 Apr 1909, m Karl Steiss
+ 75. son
63. LUDWIG HAINER, b 28 Oct 1885, m(2) Helene Hofmann.

76. son
77. son
65. WILHELM HAINER, b 9 Jun 1891 Allmenrod, d 26 Apr 1964; m Bertha [Berlau] Kircher
(b 9 Mar 1888, d 13 Oct 1957). He was a joiner.
+ 78.son
Generation IX

67. AUGUST WILHELM EMIL HAINER, b 18 Jan 1904 Erbach, d 11 Nov 1983; m 22 Oct
1932 Wilhelmine (Minna) Emilie Veith (b 14 Apr 1907, d 8 Jun 1978). He was a bank director
in Offenbach.
+ 79. son
+ 80. son
Chapter 3 THE 1709 -1710 PALATINE EMIGRATION

In summer or fall 1709, Johannes Häner, ancestor of our American family, cast his lot with what
became known as the Palatine migration to America. It is a complex history, which can best be
studied through the references at the end of the chapter. By mid-1710, he had survived the
voyage across the Atlantic (his first wife was not so fortunate), he had remarried, and he had
settled in upstate New York.

The Latin word Palatine refers to Palace (in German the word is Pfalz, or Palz in regional
dialect) and was used to denote territory owned by the king. After the devastating Thirty Years’
War ended in 1648, the Electoral Palatinate was ruled by the Elector Karl Ludwig. Strictly
speaking, the Palatinate refers to the region bounded on the west by France, on the east by the
Rhine, on the north by Hesse, and on the south by Switzerland and France. So our Häners at the
mill in Storndorf were in Hesse, not the Electoral Palatinate, and only later were known as
Palatines.

During the Thirty Years’ War, the Palatinate had lost 70 percent of its population and,
therefore, welcomed settlers. It had become a region of religious tolerance for French Huguenots,
Flemish Walloons, Swiss Mennonites, and others. By 1660, some French Huguenots of the
DuBois and other families had emigrated to America from their generation-long refuge in
Mannheim in the Pfalz; later, in 1677, twelve families moved a few miles southward along the
western bank of the Hudson River from Esopus (Kingston) to establish a second settlement called
New Paltz in remembrance of their good times in the Palatinate. Religious tolerance in the
Palatinate was eroded after 1685, when the new government of the House of Neuburg openly
favored Catholicism. The armies of Louis XIV were warring in the Rhine provinces; there were
religious quarrels among the princes themselves; and the Protestant Palatine people suffered
religious persecution. French troops ravaged the countryside during the War of Spanish
Succession, which began in 1701.

Times were hard in Hesse as well as in the Electoral Palatinate. Workers were bound to the
soil and restricted by guild regulations. Many families in southwestern Germany decided to
emigrate to America for various reasons. Historians give four motivating causes: freedom from
burdensome taxes, security from devastating wars, religious freedom, and desire for land of their
own. For some, the deciding factor was a bitterly severe winter in 1708-1709. A key figure in
the migration was Rev. Joshua Harrsch, a first-rate entrepreneur who did, however, take his
pastoral duties seriously in later years in the New York settlements of the Palatines. In 1706, for
reasons still not entirely understood, he changed his name to Joshua Kocherthal and became an agent for landowners in British North America. At first, it was intended to settle the Palatines in
“Carolina,” where several powerful members of the British aristocracy had large land holdings.
Kocherthal circulated a remarkably effective pamphlet called “Report on Carolina,” known as the
“Golden Book” because its title page had letters in gold. In this pamphlet Germans were
encouraged to emigrate to “The Island Of Carolina,” which was pictured as a land of milk and
honey. In May 1708, Queen Anne changed the goal to New York. The British aims were now
threefold. First, the government, again Protestant after the rule of Catholic James II, wanted to
support the “persecuted” Palatines. Also, settlers north of New York City would provide a buffer
against the French in Canada, who threatened to split the empire by driving a wedge between
New England and New York. Simultaneously, the new settlers could serve in a Naval Stores
project through which the pine trees of the new land could provide tar and pitch and masts badly
needed for the ships of the British navy.

Kocherthal took a small group of colonists to America in 1708. In 1709, they founded present-
day Newburgh on the west side of the Hudson River. Returning to England in summer 1709,
Kocherthal found that a large number of Palatines, Hessians, and others had come to London to
ship out to the New World. Many came by way of the Dutch port of Rotterdam. Others were on
their own. The very harsh winter of 1708/1709 was a deciding factor for many. The mass
emigration started in the spring of 1709, and by autumn a horde of emigrants, estimated to be as
many as 13,500, camped on Blackheath south of the Thames, on Greenwich Heath on the Thames
north of Blackheath, and at other sites near London.

The British found the mass of Palatines on their doorstep more than they had anticipated or
could handle. Living conditions were shockingly poor. Records show that 3,498 people were
resettled in Ireland, but without the free land they had been promised. More than 3,000 Roman
Catholics were sent back to their homes in Germany, at British expense. About 650 went to
South Carolina, and a few made their way to Jamaica and the West Indies. About 3,000 were
chosen to go to New York, to work in the “Tar Project” — among them our Johannes, Hans No.
2, son of Curt Häner of Storndorf. They boarded ten ships (some say eleven ships) about
December 25, 1709, but the first ship did not sail until April 10, 1710. Food and water on the
ships were bad, and 470 of the emigrants, many of them children, died on board or soon after
arrival in America.

It was at the time of this 1709 emigration that the term Palatine was broadened to include all
German-speaking emigrants, not limited to those from Electoral Palatinate. Thus, our ancestor
Johannes Häner became a “Palatine,” although he was actually from Hesse. The British were fed
up and disillusioned with the whole project, which had been begun at least partly altruistically to
help the “starving Palatines,” and the term came to have a pejorative meaning in the early 18th
century. Later, of course, when the wave of “Pennsylvania Dutch” began to swell in about 1720,
“Palatine” again became a respectable and universal appellation, although most were not from the actual Electoral Palatinate.

Livingston Manor

Palatines arriving in New York City in 1710, including our ancestor Johannes Häner, were
treated by the British authorities as faceless, nameless commodities. After a quarantine period in
tents (brought from England) on Nutten Island (now Governor’s Island), 1,874 Palatines were
sent in early October, 1710 into service on Livingston Manor, a huge tract of land on the east side
of the Hudson River, across from and south of Albany. The Manor and its proprietor are a
fascinating chapter in the history of Colonial New York.

Robert Livingston (1654-1728), son of a Scotch Reformed Church minister, had been a
merchant in Holland as early as age 15. He went to New England in 1673, but less than two years
later cast his lot with the Crown Colony of New York, beginning with a sojourn in Albany, center
of the lucrative fur trade. The Dutch New Netherland, only recently restored to British rule, had been granted by Charles II to his brother the Duke of York, later to be James II. Now called New
York, the colony still had many Dutch-speaking citizens, and Livingston’s early experiences in
Holland gave him a decided advantage; he could speak the language and understood the customs
of the Dutch. He secured an appointment as Secretary of Rensselaerwyck, a huge colony or
manor surrounding Albany extending over to the east side of the Hudson. This tract of about
800,000 acres was strategically located to control the fur trade with the Mohawk Indians. In 1679,
Robert Livingston married Alida Van Rensselaer, the proprietor’s attractive young widow, a
woman who through 48 years of marriage to Robert, helped her husband’s career in many ways.
She was an astute business woman and managed much of the day-to-day affairs of commerce at
the manor.

Unsuccessful in securing a partition of Rensselaerwyck, Livingston purchased from two
groups of Mohican Indians 2,000 acres on the east side of the Hudson on Roelof Jansen’s Kill
near Cats Kill. In 1685, he bought more land from Indian owners of the Taconic area to the east.
Eventually, through processes not fully recorded, Livingston Manor embraced 160,000 acres,
bounded on the north by the southern part of Rensselaerwyck called Claverack. (The residents of
the town of Claverack in present Columbia County pronounce it with a broad “a”: Clah’vrick.)
Not until 1767 did Robert Livingston’s grandson and Henry Van Rensselaer agree on Catskill
Creek as the boundary between Livingston Manor and Rensselaerwyck.

The troubled decades 1688-1710 involved internal political struggles in New York. By 1700,
Livingston was Lord of the Manor, a prominent merchant and an important public figure. By
1710 he had become a survivor — he had dealt with no fewer than nine Governors appointed by
the Crown during a period of twenty-two years. Livingston was a shrewd, capable, and energetic
man of his times, seemingly able to bounce the right way during times of vicissitude, a political
man who at heart was a merchant. The arrival of the Palatines in 1710 was, for him, both a
problem and an opportunity. Livingston was able to turn his sparsely settled manor into a
profitable investment. He was appointed Inspector of Palatines and also secured the victualing
contract (signed November 1710), by which each settler was to have one-third of a loaf of bread
and a quart of ship-beer per day. They also got some salted meat of dubious quality and quantity.
There is no doubt that Livingston had little regard for the Palatines as persons, and it is said that
he was the only person who made any money out of the Palatine affair.

Many of the Palatines lived on the manor itself; others on 6,000 acres bought back in 1710
from Livingston by the Crown. In 1724, Queen Anne granted the 6,000 acres to four Palatines in
trust for the sixty-three families remaining there. Johannes Hoener (Heiner) was one of these four leaders, and he was the sole surviving trustee in a deed dated 1758. The first Palatine settlements in New York were at West Camp (on the west side of the Hudson) and at the larger East Camp (present Germantown) on the east side of the river. The villages or “dorfs” in West Camp were Elizabethtown, Georgetown, and Newtown (the present Saugerties). The East Camp comprised the villages of Hunterstown, Queensbury, Annsbury, and Haysbury. Soon after 1710, many Germans were in Claverack and the rest of Rensselaerwyck. By 1750, the Palatines had spread out into other areas in present Columbia, Rensselaer, and Albany counties.

The Naval Stores project was a failure. The pine trees in the area were unsuitable, and the
Palatines were not well instructed in the tasks they were to perform because the supervisor was
incompetent. Soon hunger and misery dwelt in the poor log cabins of the Palatines. Reverend
John Frederick Haeger, Reformed Church, wrote, “they boil grass and the children eat the leaves
of the trees.” Each immigrant had been promised 40 acres, to be given when the debt of
transportation and maintenance had been paid, but the amount of labor expected was not
specified, nor was the time limit of servitude. Many felt cheated because the contract finally
offered was not the same that had been read to them in London. In May 1711, many emigrants
were dissatisified, leading to open revolt. In 1712, Governor Hunter left the Palatines on their
own, withdrawing even the previous meager support. Fortunately, many Palatines had trades, such as cooper, baker, tailor, and miller, and were able to fend for themselves as tenant farmers
for Livingston, who retained title to the 6,000 acres. After the 1711 revolt, only about 200
Palatine families, including our Haners, remained on the banks of the Hudson. In fall 1712 and
spring 1713, about 150 families, with Indian help, moved 40 miles west of Albany, where they
founded new settlements in the Schoharie Valley and further west into Mohawk territory between
present Amsterdam and Utica. Their land titles were clouded, and some of these Schoharie
families settled in northern Pennsylvania upon invitation of Governor Keith, notably in the
Tulpehocken Valley of Berks County. Although the Schoharie settlers were numerous and mostly
Palatines, only a few of our Haner family were among them.

In 1710–1712, Governor Hunter several times drew up “Subsistence Lists” of the Palatines
who were to be supported in the project. These Hunter Lists, which serve as censuses, are not
error free, but they show a total of 847 New York German families who arrived in 1710. So far,
thanks to the dedicated efforts of Henry Z. Jones, Jr., and others, 550 of these families have been
documented in churchbooks and other records in their German places of origin. In the 1718
census, there were 126 Palatine households (with 499 persons) on the east bank of the Hudson.
The attrition was due to several causes. Some had moved to the Schoharie area and on down to
Pennsylvania. Others were lost during a 1711 military expedition against Canada, which failed.
Most of those on the east side of the Hudson were settled by 1718 on lands purchased from
Robert Livingston by the Crown, but they remained in Livingston’s economic orbit and were self-
sufficient farmers and tradesmen — truly a new life for the desperate Palatines who suffered such
hardships in 1709 and 1710. The Palatines were pleased with their lot, which was so much better
than it had been in Germany, and they wrote enthusiastic letters to their friends and relatives
urging them to emigrate.

References

One of the best and most readable accounts of the Palatines is contained in pages i through xvi of
Hank Jones’ monumental work (Reference 3 below), in which he traces the German origins and
first generation in America of more than 500 of the 847 families who were on Governor Hunter’s
Subsistence Lists of 1710-1712. This two-volume, 1,298-page book can be purchased from Mr.
Jones at P.O. Box 8341, Universal City, CA 91608; it is available also in libraries. It is highly
recommended. Our Johannes Haner/Heyner family is listed on pages 360-365.

1. 300 Jahre Pfälzer in Amerika (300 Years Palatines in America), Roland Paul, Ed.,
Pfälzische Verlaganstalt, Landau/Pfalz (1983).
2. Robert Livingston 1654-1728 and the Politics of Colonial New York, Lawrence H. Leder,
University of North Carolina Press (1961).
3. The Palatine Families of New York, Henry Z. Jones, Jr., Universal City, CA (1985).
4. Palatines Along the Mohawk, Ada L. F. Snell, privately printed, South Hadley, MA (1948).
5. Early Eighteenth Century Palatine Emigration, Walter Knittle, Genealogical Publishing
Co., Baltimore, MD (1965).
Chapter 4 JOHANNES HANER

The immigrant ancestor who arrived in America in 1710 was Johannes Haner, baptized 22 Jan
1675, the second son of Curt Häner, the miller at Storndorf in Hesse, and the second son bearing
the same name. (We spell the German ancestral name as Häner, but we drop the umlaut in
spelling names in the American branch.) The baptismal sponsor was Johannes, son of Hans
Matthes. Curt Häner had two sons named Johannes, both of whom survived. The pattern was repeated when the second Johannes (our ancestor) named two of his sons Johannes. On 17 Jan
1703, the second Johannes married Anna Catharina Schneider, daughter of the late Johann
Schneider of Fischborn (near Birstein). Johannes and Anna evidently lived in Birstein, 12 km
north of the town of Wächtersbach. At the time of his second marriage in America in 1710, he
was listed as a widower of Birsen in the sovereignty of Offenbach. (The town was incorrectly
spelled by Rev. Kocherthal.)

We do not know why our Johannes decided to emigrate, in addition to the hard winter of
1708/09 and unrest in the war-torn countryside. He probably worked as a miller in Birstein (some
40 km south of Storndorf), not necessarily in the mill of his father-in-law. It is possible that
Johannes (“Jors”) and Anna Catharina and perhaps one or two very young children started out in
1709 with the Palatines, headed for Holland, then to London and eventually, in 1710, to America.
It is written that the Palatine emigrants traveled down the Rhine in an intrepid mood, even with
bagpipes playing, ready for a great adventure. They probably had little real knowledge of where
they were headed. Maps of the New World were not common even in advanced circles and were
practically nonexistent in the village schools of Hesse.

We do not know when or where Anna Catharina died — whether in Germany, in England, or
on board ship. Living conditions were incredibly poor, and hundreds of emigrants died of
sickness or malnutrition during the trip. Nor do we know the name of the ship on which Johannes
Häner came, but it must have arrived in late June 1710. One of ships that left England was
wrecked off Block Island on 7 Jul 1710 with a loss of goods and arms, but no loss of life.
Johannes was remarried at West Camp in July 1710. The records are in German script and hard
to decipher. We are indebted to John Dern, translator of the Albany Protocol, who studied the
record of 27 July 1710, which is reproduced here. It reads: “Johann Haner, von Birsen
Offenbachisher Herrschaft, Witwer: mit Catharina, Johann Jacob Mussiers von Steinfort im
Creichgau ehelichen Tochter.”

Dern translates this as follows: “[On July 27, 1710] Johannes Haner, from Birsen, in the
Offenbach sovereignty, a widower, was married to Catharina, legitimate daughter of Johann
Jacob Mussier from Steinfort in the Creichgau.” He writes that Steinfort is actually Steinsfurt bei
Sinsheim. The Kraichgau, as it is now spelled, is a region of Germany best described as lying east
of the Rhine and south and west of the Neckar River. Birsen is none other than Birstein bei
Wächtersbach. Many other Palatines had lost their wives on the long and difficult journey to the
New World. On just one page of Rev. Kocherthal’s marriage record in July 1710, five of the six
men who were being married were widowers, including our Johannes Haner.

It required a search of many years for our family historians to learn that Catharina was born 3
Oct 1693 as Catharina Monsieur, daughter of Hans Jacob Monsieur and his wife Anna Catharine,
daughter of the teacher Tobias Bohmer. Her birth record is in the state Evangelical Church,
Rohrbach. The family home was at Steinsfurt, Germany, where she and her parents were citizens
before coming to America with the Palatine immigration. The Monsieur family must have been
acquainted with Kocherthal (then known as Joshua Harrsch), who was pastor at Eschelbronn, just 5 miles north of Sinsheim, before he went to America. Rohrbach and Steinsfurt are about 1.5 and 3 miles southeast of Sinsheim, respectively. Catharina’s maiden name in New York records was listed as Mustirr, or Mussier, and has so continued.

A contemporary New York source is the 1716-1717 ULRICH SIMMENDINGER REGISTE: A
True Register of Persons Still Living Who in the Year 1709 Journeyed from Germany to America,
prepared by a pastor who returned to Germany in 1717 carrying greetings from Germans in New
York and New Jersey to their families back home. In this list is Johannes Hoenner, with a wife
and children, then living in Quunsberg (Queensbury) NY (i.e., in East Camp, later called
Germantown). Johanes Hener was a Palatine Debtor in 1718 and 1721 (Livingston Debt Lists).
Johannes Heener was a Palatine willing to remain at Livingston Manor 26 Aug 1724. Johannes Hoener was one of four trustees to whom Governor Hunter in 1725 granted the 6,000-acre
Germantown tract of East Camp for the use of the Palatines. Johannes and his wife Catharina
appear in several church records as sponsors at the baptisms of their grandchildren, as described
later in this book. The 1743 baptismal record of Catharina Hener, daughter of Bernhardt, shows
as sponsors “Johan Mussier and Catharina”; this entry may refer to the immigrant’s wife, but we
cannot place exactly Johan Mussier, who must have been a close relative.

Lists of Palatines prepared by Governor Hunter as part of the feeding program are not always
easily interpreted. The Hunter Lists show Johannes with only one person over 10 years of age
(himself) on 30 Jun 1710. The family had increased to two persons over 10 years by 4 Oct 1710
(he had remarried on 27 Jul 1710), and by 24 Dec 1711, there were three persons over 10 and one
person under 10, presumably a child of the second marriage. There is no record of any children
by the first wife Anna Catharina Schneider.

There were so many disputes over boundaries and ownership in Germantown and elsewhere
that a law was passed on 5 Jul 1715 requiring those who wanted to become property owners to
become citizens. The record shows that on 3 Jan 1716 Johannes Heiner, his father-in-law Jacob
Moussier, and his brother-in-law Hans Georg (Jury) Moussier became citizens of New York. But
there was no land ownership on the 6,000 Palatine acres. Title to the land remained with
Livingston, and the Palatines were assigned lots for houses and separate strip farms. The Manor
lands were leased for one or more lifetimes. The Palatines were, in effect, tenant farmers with
credit at the Manor store, a place to sell farm products and barter for life’s necessities. In 1717, a
line was surveyed so that the southern boundary of the Palatine acres became the northern
boundary of Dutchess County, and the Palatine acres were, thenceforth, in Albany County instead
of in Dutchess County as previously bounded by Roeloff Jansen Kill. We speculate that Johannes
moved from the Manor to Rhinebeck in Dutchess County so that he could own land. In 1740, a
survey of all of Germantown was made and a map drawn showing lot 133 (a large lot well back
from the river) assigned to Barent Hainor (presumed to be eldest son of the immigrant, our #1
Bernhardt Hoener). This lot was later assigned to a John Hainor in 1788, possibly Bernhardt’s
nephew, #29 in our list. (Bernhardt’s son Johannes was a member of Gilead Lutheran Church in
Rennselaer County by 1779.) Barent Hainor was a tenant on four other lots in 1741 and on an
additional one in 1783.

Johannes Hoener was a respected member of the Palatine community. He was chosen as one
of four trustees to hold the 6,000 acres on behalf of the Palatines. Alida Livingston ran the daily
operations of Livingston Manor. Her letters to her husband, Robert Livingston, were translated
from the Dutch in 1987. The first winter the Palatines spent in New York, 1710/1711, was very
severe; the grist mill on Roeloff Jansen Kill (the site of Livingston Manor) was crushed by an
accumulation of ice that was nineteen feet thick. Alida Livingston wrote that she employed
Hanor, Zipperle, and Rau to help her rebuild the mill and the brewhouse. His background at the
mills in Germany made Johannes Hoener a useful person in the community. The immigrant
Bernhard Zipperle had been a blacksmith in Germany, and Nicolas Rau (Row, Rauch) was
probably a carpenter and was later a surveyor. Heener, Hener is also mentioned in Alida
Livingston’s letters in 1717 and 1720.

We believe that Johannes Haner lived his later years in or near Rhinebeck, about 12 miles
south of Germantown, in Dutchess County just south of the present Columbia County line.
According to Documentary History of Rhinebeck, by Edward M. Smith, Rhinebeck precinct was
formed in 1734 and includes St. Peter’s Lutheran Church (the old Stone Church) at Rhinebeck
and St. Paul’s Lutheran Church at Red Hook. Many of Haner family members were baptized in
these churches. In the earliest census of Rhinebeck precinct, we not only find the name of Hans
Hayner but also many surnames connected with our family, including Van Etten, Trevor, Sipperly
(Zipperly), Bonesteel, Row, Moul, Snyder (Sneyder), and Osterhout.

In 1741, Jury Mosseer of the West Camp and Johannes Heaner of Rhynbeeck purchased 660 acres on the west bank of the Hudson River, just a mile or so from West Camp. The two brothersin-
law purchased this land for 400 pounds in New York currency from Vincent Mathews, the
original Patentee of the Crown. We do not know what they had in mind, perhaps an investment. It
does show that Johannes Haner was in Rhinebeck in 1741, or at least by 1751 when the indenture
was confirmed and recorded.

An important early document dated 15 Jun 1740 authorized the surviving trustees, Johannes
Hoener and Christopher Hagedorn, to divide land in the Camp among the Palatine families. The
signature, in a clear, steady hand, is that of Johannes Hoener. Several documents allow us to place the death of Johannes Hoener/Haner in about 1759, at age about 84. His son George married Anna Catharina Hagedorn, daughter of Christoffel Hagedorn, who, with Johannes, was one of the four trustees for the 6,000-acre Germantown tract held in trust since 1725 for the Palatine settlers.
In a document dated 15 Aug 1758, Johannes Hoener stated that he was the sole surviving trustee
of the four original trustees — that the other three trustees, Jacob Sharp, Johannes Kollman, and
Christoffel Hagedorn, were all deceased — and he confirmed the use of 40 acres for a Palatine
church. In a document signed on 10 Oct 1759, the “High Dutch Reformed Church” and the
“Lutheran Church” agreed to share the church land, 20 acres each. Mention was made in the
agreement of “Johannis Heanor, Christophell Hagedorn of the Camp and others Since Dead.” We
interpret this somewhat ambiguous statement to mean that Johannes had died between August
1758 and October 1759.

Aside from names and dates, we know little of Johannes Haner, the man. One account written
by Pastor Berkenmeyer mentioned a visit with Johannes at East Camp on 3 Sep 1732 in his
Albany Protocol, translation by John P. Dern:

Before the service began, Schumacher and Scheffer came to me, much upset, saying what
a mishap it was that H. Heiner had come to the village. As I went to the church, Capt.
Hagedorn came to meet me, saying that I should say nothing today about an election,
because there was not enough time. I replied: That is a matter for the congregation to
decide, not I. After the prayer I began a hymn, but Heiner immediately took it up. So I
turned the singing over to him. After the sermon, the Lord’s supper, the baptism, and the
marriage were ended and as Heiner passed the table, I grasped him by the sleeve. “Friend
Heiner,” I said, “No one must leave here unreconciled. Since the whole congregation has
been reconciled with God, come, I forgive.” He was so saddened by this that he did not
speak two words. Therefore I gave him the chalice to bring peace to the whole
congregation. On the way home, I called at Capt. Hagedorn’s to ask if Heiner would not
eat with me or smoke with me after dinner. After some exchange of words with him about
Saalbach’s house and people, he said, ‘What will people say about my running after the
Pastor this way?’ Laughing, I said to Heiner this way: ‘Fiddle-faddle to that. Come and be
at ease.’ So he promised to come, and he did come, too. He seemed to be vexed over
Scheffer’s (approaching) marriage here (at the Camp) and the fact that it would take place
secretly. He said that J(ohann Michael) Schut was going to bring a pastor, but that he did
not have enough in his collection. Finally he left, since his wife wanted to go to bed. Such
an excuse being unacceptable to the others, he added, ‘We shall certainly not make one
another any wiser this evening.’

Later, Johannes Haner and Pastor Berkenmeyer became enemies. Berkenmeyer noted on 17 Sep
1734, in a letter to the Lutheran Ministerium in Hamburg, that H. Heiner was an evil man who by
force wanted to have a pastor from England. We see from this account that the Palatines were
capable of strong feelings about religion but also that our ancestor, like most Germans, was
musically inclined and was able and willing to lead the singing of the hymn.

The only known signatures of Johannes, born Häner, are spelled Hoener. The signature is
Johannes Hoener on the 1758 deed for the church use, although the name was written by the clerk of court four times in the deed itself as Johannes Heiner. The signature of his eldest son is on a
bond dated 15 Jun 1741 given at East Camp in the (then) County of Albany to replace one that
had been lost. Although the name is given several times in the deed as Barnt (Barent) Hener, the
signature is clearly Bernhardt Hoener, in his own hand. It appears that the earliest spelling of the
family name in America was Hoener, but that spelling did not survive.

Johannes Haner and his second wife settled at East Camp on Livingston Manor — the present
Germantown, NY, in Columbia County. He died at about age 84 about 1759. His second wife,
Catharina Mustirr [Monsieur] Haner, who did not speak English, was married at age 16 and
according to tradition lived to be 102. Their burial places have not been found. Johannes, our
First Generation in America, had at least twelve children, whom we designate as the Second
Generation in America. It is interesting that our Johannes Haner named two of his sons Johannes.  Possibly one was named for his older brother back in Germany, and the other may have been named for his wife’s father, Hans Jakob Monsieur whose name is spelled “Jacob Musinger” in the 1710 Hunter List of 30 Jun 1710. In the 4 Oct 1710 entry, Jacob Munsinger was listed next to his son-in-law Johannes Heiner.

For the descendants of the children of our immigrant ancestor, see the following sections of
this book.

Part II DESCENDANTS

THE NUMBERING SYSTEM

We have assigned code numbers in one unbroken sequence to persons for whom either the father
or mother was born a Haner, Hayner, etc. (all spellings). Each such child is listed as part of a
family group headed by the parent whose name is printed in capital letters at the left in BOLD
TYPE. A child named Haner, Hayner, etc., who had issue is also in the book later on as the
parent of his or her own family group.

To trace the line of ancestry of a numbered cousin: First use the index to find the page number
for the cousin in a family group. The parent is in BOLD TYPE at the head of the family group.
Note the code number of the parent and look for this same code as a child indented within an
earlier family group, and so on back to one of the children of the immigrant Johannes Haner.

To trace the line of descent for someone named Haner, Hayner, etc., the + sign in front of a
child’s code indicates more to come: This child is the parent of a family group later in the book.
For children whose surname is not Haner, Hayner, etc., there is no further entry; their children
and grandchildren, if known, are given in condensed form.

Data about marriage, death date, and place of residence and occupation are given at the parent
entry. However, if the child had no issue, these additional data are given at the child’s entry.

Normally, we follow a female line only down to the point where we include full data for children
whose grandmother was born a Haner/Hayner, etc. The great-grandchildren of a Haner/Hayner
female are included, but only the year of birth is given. We make an exception for some remote
descendants of female lines who have shown a continuing interest in their Haner/Hayner family
and who would not otherwise be listed. Only a brief outline of the direct ancestral line of that
person is given, down to the present time. No special code numbers are assigned to the
descendants (who are not born with the family name), and the successive generations are
indicated by [7], [8], [9], etc.

Code numbers for descendants in supplementary lines are assigned in the same way as for “main
line” descendants of the 1710 immigrant. These code numbers begin with a letter indicating
which line is involved; for example, D69 or R172.

ABBREVIATIONS

Abbreviations for churches:

These abbreviations are similar to those used by Arthur C. M. Kelly in the many books in his
Palatine Transcripts series.

Clav Ref Reformed, Claverack
Ger Ref Reformed, Germantown
Ger Luth Lutheran, Germantown
RH Luth Lutheran, Red Hook (St. Paul)
Rhin Luth Lutheran, Rhinebeck
Stn Ch Stone Church, Lutheran, Rhinebeck (St. Peter)
Chrch L Lutheran, Churchtown (St. Thomas)
Manor L Lutheran, Manorton (St. John)
Hill Ref Reformed, Hillsdale (Krum)
Gil Luth Lutheran, Center Brunswick (Gilead)
Lin Ref Reformed, Linlithgo
Ghnt Ref Reformed, Ghent
Alb Ref Reformed, Albany
Prts Ref Reformed, Prattsville

Other church names are self-explanatory or are spelled out.

Other abbreviations:

m = married
b = born
d = died
s/o =son of
d/o = daughter of
bp = baptized
sp = baptismal sponsors or godparents

d.y. = died young
d.inf. = died in infancy
m(1) = married first
m(2) = married second
unm = unmarried
c or ca = about
div = divorced
dis = dissolved
sep = separated
bu = buried
cem = cemetery
chbk = churchbook
g-s = grave-stone

wid = widow
res = residence
prob = probably

The spellings of the names of baptismal sponsors are given just as they are found in the church
records; many variations of German names refer to the same person or family. These variations in spelling are not significant.

COUNTIES AND TOWNS IN UPSTATE NEW YORK

In upstate New York, as in New England, each county is subdivided into Towns, which
correspond to what are called Townships in midwest and western United States. Each Town
contains a number of cities, towns, and villages, usually including one with the same name as the
Town. The lists below are not intended to be comprehensive; they give the locations of selected
places of particular interest to our families.

Dutchess County

Red Hook, Tivoli

Rhinebeck, Rhinecliff

Columbia County

Germantown, Cheviot

Clermont, Nevis

Livingston, Linlithgo, Manorton

Ancram

Taghkanic, West Taghkanic

Copake, Craryville

Hillsdale

Claverack, Philmont

Greenport, Hudson, Mellenville

Ghent

Austerlitz, Spencertown

Kinderhook, Valatie, Niverville

Chatham

Rensselaer County

Schodack, Schodack Center

Nassau

Stephentown

East Greenbush, Rensselaer

North Greenbush, Wynantskill

Sand Lake, West Sand Lake, Averill Park

Poestenkill

Troy

Brunswick, Center Brunswick, Haynerville, Clums Corners, Cropseyville

Schaghticoke

Pittstown, Raymertown, Cooksboro

Hoosick, Hoosick Falls, Eagle Bridge

1st GENERATION IN AMERICA

The first generation in America of our family was Johannes Häner, who was born about 1675
in Storndorf, Hesse. As a Palatine emigrant, he left Germany in 1709, arrived in America in 1710,
and died about 1759. The origins and background of our immigrant ancestor are described more
fully in the chapters of Part I of this book.

JOHANNES HANER, baptized 22 Jan 1675 in Storndorf, s/o Curt Häner, a miller at Storndorf,
Hesse, and his wife Anna, who was born a Schauben. Johannes was a miller in Birstein when he
married (1st) on 17 Jan 1703 Anna Catharina Schneider, d/o Johann Schneider of Fischborn. If
there were children, we do not know their names or dates. Anna no doubt died before Johannes
left Germany; Johannes would hardly have remarried so soon if she died in 1710.

JOHANNES HANER, as a widower, married (2nd) on 27 Jul 1710 at West Camp Catharina
Monsieur, b 3 Oct 1693, d/o Hans Jacob Monsieur and Anna Catharine Bohmer of Steinsfurt,
Germany. Johannes Haner/Hoener/Hener/Heiner was one of the four trustees to whom 6,000
acres were granted on Livingston Manor at present Germantown, NY for use of the Palatines; he
died about 1759 probably at Rhinebeck, NY. According to tradition his wife Catharina lived to be

102. There is no definitive Bible record of the births of his 12 children, whose order of birth is not
entirely certain. In the following pages these children are designated as the 2nd Generation in
America.
+ 1. Bernhardt, m(1) Catharina; m(2) Elizabeth Finckel
+ 2. Rebecca, m Matthys Van den Burg
+ 3. Eva Margaret, m Johannes Conrad
+ 4. Johannes, Jr., m Anna Maria Schever (Shaffer)
+ 5. Anna Maria, m Johannes Hondsicker (Hunsinger)
+ 6. George (Jurry), m(1) Anna Catharina Hagedorn; m(2) Anna Maria Cooper
+ 7. Johannes, m Eva Van Etten
+ 8. Samuel, m(1) Rebecca Feller; m(2) Eliza Kiefer (Knifer)
+ 9. Heinrich, m Barbara Haver
10. Werner, m Maria Kreller (no issue)
+ 11. Philip, m Eva Trevor (Treber)
+ 12. Jacob, m Magdalena Kreller
The earliest signature of Johannes is given in a 1740 document as Hoener; no family members
used that spelling after about 1775.

2nd GENERATION IN AMERICA

1. BERNHARDT HOENER (Hener) and wife Catharina were on the St. Peter’s Church Family
List of Feb 1734 (Rhinebeck Luth. Chbk), with no children listed. He married (second?)
Elizabetha Finckel, b ca 1711, d after 1747, d/o Johann Philip Finckel & Anna Catharina
Geertruy (her baptismal record has been found). Although his name is spelled Hener in some
church records, he signed very legibly in his own hand “Bernhardt Hoener” on a court document
in which his name is given as Barnt Hener in the text of the document. His children used the
spelling “Heiner.”   The parentage of Bernhardt’s wife Elizabetha Finckel is inferred from several sources: In 1751, Philip Finkel and Anna Gertruy his wife deeded to Tiel Rockevelt (Till Rochenveller) for 50 pounds some land adjacent to lot 133 of Johannis Hearn (Hoener), part of the 6,000 acres for which our ancestor was one of four trustees. Thus, the Hoeners and Finckels were neighbors.

Johann Philip Finckel and Anna Gertruy’s son Johann Phillip (Jr.) was baptised at St. Paul’s
Lutheran Church in West Camp in July 1712 (Rev. Kocherthal’s records). Baptisms of their
other children have not been found, but on the St. Peters church list of 1734 appears Joh. Philipp
Finckel as head of the household, and in the following order are Elizabetha, named as his sister,
Joh. Georg [b ca 1717], and Margaretha [b 24 Nov 1720]. It appears that, in 1734, Elizabetha had
not yet married her neighbor Bernhardt Hoener and was in the household of her brother, who was
born in 1712. She was probably born about 1711; baptisms at West Camp before 1712 have not
been found. The LDS home page has Elizabetha Finckel’s birth year as 1713, source not given.

We can only estimate, on the basis of his oldest child born in 1736, that Bernhardt Hener was
born about 1712 -1714. It is possible, but not very likely, that he was a surviving child of the
immigrant’s first wife (Anna Catharina Schneider), who must have died before Johannes set sail
for America in spring 1710. Lacking firm proof to the contrary, we will consider him to be the
eldest child of Johannes Häner and the second wife Catharina Monsieur, who were married in
1710 in America.

Although there was a six-year interval between the first and second children of Bernhardt, the
first child Johannes is shown in the St. Peter’s Lutheran Chbk at Rhinebeck as born or baptized
on 22 Apr 1736, son of Berent Hener & Elisabet, so Johannes was not the son of Bernhardt’s first
wife Catharina. In the church record, the date is also designated as “1 Pasch.” or 1st Sunday after
Easter. We have verified that Easter Sunday was April 15 1736 (Old Style).

Bernhardt (Barent) Hener (Hoener) appears on land records of old Germantown as tenant on
several lots.

+ 15. Johannes, b or bp 22 Apr 1736
16. Elizabetha, b 9 Jan 1742; bp 2 May 1742 at Camp; sp Lizabeth Heiner & Werner
Heiner (Loonenburg Luth).
17. Catharina, b 2 Oct 1743, bp 28 Oct 1743; sp Johann Mussier & Catharina (Ger Ref).
Apparently died in infancy.
+ 18. Anna Maria, bp 11 Jan 1746
+ 19. Bernhardt, b 30 Mar 1747
20. Catharina, bp 8 Oct 1749; sp Philip Hener & Catharina Muschier (Ger Ref), d after
1821. In our previous edition, she was thought to have married Johan Melchior File as his 2nd
wife, but we now believe this marriage was to a different Catharina Heiner, # 35, d/o Johannes
Hener Jr. & Anna Maria Schever.
+ 21. Conrad, b 28 Jun 1751
22. Martinus, bp 20 Mar 1753; sp Martin Linck (Lieck) & wife (Ger Ref). He was a
sponsor at Schaghticoke Ref Church in 1773.
2. REBECCA HANER, b Livingston Manor, m 5 Jul 1734 Matthys Van den Berg (Burg,
Bergh) (Cats Ref). Issue: (VAN DEN BERG)
23. Catharina, bp 16 Oct 1739 (Ger Ref)
24. Peter, bp 2 Jun 1744
25. Johannes, bp 8 Feb 1747
26. Matthys, bp 7 Sep 1755
3. EVA HANER, m. Johannes Conrad. Issue: (CONRAD)
27. Johannes, b 8 Dec 1741, bp 7 Jun 1742; sp Johannes Lesscher and Anna Maria Klom
(Clum) (Ger Ref).
4. JOHANNES HENER, JR., was in Germantown Ref Chbk with wife Anna Maria Schever
(Shaster, Schaster, Schäffer) and 8 children. This couple is named as Hannes Heiner, Jr. and Anna
Maria, his wife, parents of Jacob (see #30 below).
28. Catharina, bp 7 Oct 1741; sp Johannes Hener & Catharine (Ger Ref); died in infancy.
+ 29. Johannes, bp 28 Oct 1743

30. Jacob, b 26 Sep 1745, bp 9 Oct 1745 at Camp (Zion Luth Church, Loonenberg,
Greene County); sp Jurge Heiner & wife Cathar.
+ 31. Petrus, b 18 Jan 1746 (too close to Jacob; probably 1747).
+ 32. David, b 16 Jan 1749
+ 33. Elizabeth, bp 9 Sep 1751
+ 34. Frederick, bp 21 Jan 1754
+ 35. Catharina, bp 4 Feb 1756; sp Orgel Hauser (Urial Heiser) & wife Anna Cath. Haver
(Ger Ref).
5. ANNA MARIA HEINER (Henner), b on Livingston Manor, married Johannes Hunsinger
(Honsinger, Hondsecker, Henneshecker), s/o Richert (?) Hunsinger. The churchbook record at
birth of their daughter Catharina (#38) lists the parents as Johannes Hunsicker & Maria Hennerin.
They lived at Rhinebeck Flats, NY. Issue: (HUNSINGER) (present-day spelling Honsinger):
36. Elizabeth Hunsinger, (Honsinger, Hunsicker), b 1741 in Rhinebeck Flats, NY, d
Brunswick Center, NY; m 1 Feb 1758 Johan Melchior File, b Unterowisheim, Germany 31 Jan
1726, d Oct 1820 (will probated 1821) in Brunswick, NY, where he kept a tavern. He was s/o
Johann Christopher File & Anna Maria Zoller. The first child was born in Rhinebeck, NY, the
rest in Center Brunswick; all but the first were bp in First Reformed Church in Albany, NY.
Johann Melchior File later m Catharina Heiner (#35), d/o Johannes Hener Jr. and Anna Maria
Schever; see under her code number for their 11 children. In Generation [4] the issue of
Elizabeth Hunsinger File were:
[4a]. Christopher File, b 29 May 1757, d 3 Apr 1846 Brunswick, NY; m 14 May
1786 Janet De Moret (Di Mori at bp of three of her ch) (an 1846 deposition has
“Jane File”, age 80), b 31 Jul 1765 in France or in Hoosick, NY, d 9 Apr 1848
Brunswick, NY; bu Gilead Luth cem. One son was John File, Jr., b 19 Jan 1788, d 7
Aug 1850, m Rebecca Lohnes, b 25 Jul 1793-94, d 30 Oct 1866. Issue includes
Margaret File (1817), m 1842 William Sewal Turner, great grandparents of
Margaret Seifert Slack of Penfield, NY.and of Susan LaGrande of Wappingers Falls
NY. Another son of Christopher File and Janet De Moret was Peter File, b 29 Dec
1802 Brunswick, NY m 30 Dec 1826 Hannah Hayner, b 13 May 1804 in Center
Brunswick, NY, d there 7 Feb 1840. [She has not yet been placed. Her g-s in cem
opp Gil Luth Church has d 07 May 1840 age 33y 11m 25d w/o Peter File. This
yields birth date 12 May 1806]. Issue: .
Elias (1827); .
Hiram (1828); .
Clista
(1830), m Uriah Sheffer; .
Elizabeth (1831), m Abraham Roberts; .
Jane (1835); .
Julia (1838, d.y).

[4b]. Elizabeth File, b 31 May 1761, d 12 Apr 1840 in Glens Falls, NY. She was

adopted by her aunt Elizabeth Phyle and uncle Isaac van Arnum. She m 18 Jul 1781

John Folsom, b 17 May 1756 in Stratford, CT, d 4 Aug 1839 in Glens Falls, NY.

[4c]. Maria File, b 18 Mar 1763, d before 1815 Noyan, Missisquoi Co., Quebec;
m ca 1783 Captain Henry Emrick (Henrich Emmerich), b 1750, bp 24 Oct 1759
Claverack, NY, d 6 Feb 1854 Clarenceville, Quebec at age 104. He was a soldier in
the British Army during the American Revolution; signed up for 4 years in the
King’s Regiment, was granted land in 1778 on Caldwell’s Manor in Lower Canada
(now Clarenceville and Noyan.) In Generation [5] the 2nd of their 6 children was

[5]. John Matthias Emrick, b 1790 Noyan, Que; d there 23 Jul 1869. He m
1814 Lucy Billings, b 1795 Arlington, VT, d 24 Sep 1867 Noyan, Que. The
first of their 11 children was

[6]. Julia Anna Emrick, b 1815 Noyan, Que, d 6 May 1887 St. Armand,
Que; m 29 Aug 1839 at Shoreham, VT Josephus Boyden Hamilton, b 1818
Bridport, VT. The 2nd of their 3 children was

[7]. Ellen Ermina Hamilton, b 9 Sep 1845 Bridport, VT, d 22 Dec 1928
Alburg, VT. She m as his 2nd wife on 4 Oct 1866 Ransom Wells Darby, b 4

Oct 1820, d 24 Aug 1900 Alburg, VT, s/o George Darby & Rebecca (van)
Steenberge. The 2nd of their 2 children was

[8]. Aubrey Wells Darby, b 25 Dec 1869 Alburg, VT, d 2 Jan 1965
Menands, NY; m 1 Dec 1905 Grace Helen Cheesman, b 19 Jul 1885
Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co., Que, d 1 Mar 1915 Alburg, VT, d/o Aaron
Albert Cheeseman & Ada Avis Salls. They had two children.

[4d]. Catharina File, b 7 May 1764, d Wynantskill, NY; m Philip Dater.

[4e]. Isaac File, b 17 May 1766, d 16 May 1839 Pittstown, Rensselaer Co., NY.
He m Rebecca Hanor (#98), b 23 Jul 1771 Claverack, NY, d 10 Jan 1847
Pittstown, NY; d/o Bernhardt Heiner (Barent) & Anna Maria Hop (Hopps); both bu
Raymertown, NY. See under her code for their 6 children.

[4f]. Jacob File, b 5 Jun 1768, d 31 Mar 1829; m Anna Maria Hanor (#100), d/o

Bernhardt Heiner (Barent) & Anna Maria Hop. See under her code number for their

7 children.

[4g]. Magdalena File, b 4 Apr 1771; prob. d.y.; not in her father’s will.
[4h]. Melchior File, b 3 May 1773, d 1825; m(1) Jannatje; m(2) Rachel Jenckes.
[4i]. Christina File, b 17 Jul 1775, d 19 Apr 1857 Brunswick, NY; m 11 Oct 1789

George Brust, b 18 May 1764 Brunswick, NY, d there 27 Oct 1841, s/o Jacob Brust
& Anna Katharina Wolf; grandparents of George Button, who m Christina Lohnes
(see #146).

37. Jacob, bp 10 May 1741; sp Jury Hyner & Catrina Mosser (or, sp by Jury Symen &
Catharina Masser); bp at RDC of Rhinebeck Flatts.
38. Catharina, bp 19 Feb 1744; sp Cattarina Henner (RH Luth).
39. Maria, b 24 Mar 1748, bp 11 Apr 1748; sp John Henner & Eva (Stn Ch).
40. Petrus, b 14 Feb 1750, bp 4 Mar 1750; sp Martin Thiel & wife Magdalena (Stn Ch);
lived at Center Brunswick, NY.
41. Abraham, b 23 Jan 1752; bp 5 Mar 1752; sp Michael Hunsinger & wife Christina (Stn
Ch).
6. GEORGE HANOR (Jurry)(Georg Häner), b on Livingston Manor, taxed at Rhinebeck, NY
1743-44. He was married twice; m(1).Anna Catharina Hagedorn, dau of Johann Christopher
Hagedorn (Hogendorn) and Anna Barbara.
+ 42. Johannes, b 7 Aug 1744, went to Canada.
+ 43. Anna, b 9 Nov 1746
+ 44. Elizabeth, b 31 Dec 1748 or 1749
+ 45. Margaretha, b 11 Apr 1751
+ 46. Christopher, b ca 1752
47. Abraham, (was in 1810 census of Greene Co., along with John, Jacob, and Martin)
48. Thomas, bp 6 Nov 1757; sp Thomas Bechtel & wife Catharina Hagendorn (Clav Ref).
+ 49. Martin, b 25 Dec 1759
+ 50. Jacob, bp 13 May 1761
6. GEORGE HANOR, b on Livingston Manor; m(2) Anna Maria Cooper
+ 51. Jurry (George), bp 30 Jun 1770; sp Martin Krum & Lisabeth Near (Clav Ref).
7. JOHANNES HEINER, (2nd of same name in this family) b ca 1724, married as a single man
from Livingston Manor on 20 Apr 1746 Eva Van Etten, b in Dutchess Co., NY, bp 12 Nov 1727
(First Dutch Church, Kingston, NY), possibly d/o Jacob Petresen Van Etten and Margrietje
Symons Kool (not proved) (Eva’s mother, bp 15 Oct 1699 Kingston, given by Charles Lewis,
Phoenix, AZ, who also gives her father as Jacob Adriaensen Van Etten, bp 17 Jul 1698 at
Kingston, m there on 11 May 1722). On 12 Apr 1748 Johannes Hoener was confirmed by the
Rev. Johann Christophorus Hartwig at St. Peters Luth Church, Rhinebeck (page 307 of chbk) as

Johannes Hoener (age 24), at same time his brothers Samuel (age 21), Philip (age 18), and Jacob
(age 15) were confirmed. Johannes had been baptized by the New York minister Johan Van
Driesen, sponsored at baptism by Joh. Blass and his wife (Rhinebeck Luth Chbk), sponsored at
confirmation by David Reichard. These records of confirmation and baptism prove that he was
the son of Johannes Haner (the immigrant) who, like his father Curt Haner in Germany, had two
surviving sons named Johannes. This couple is named Johannes Hener, Jr. and Eva Vanetta
Hener as parents at the baptisms of Catharina (#53) and Samuel (#55) (Red Hook Luth). At
Livingston Manor, Johannes and two other men leased a farm of 65 acres that was added to
another 62 acres. Johannes Heiner paid rent on this from 1756 to 1776 and not thereafter. This
seems to indicate that Johannes and Eva (Van Etten) Heiner/Hayner went to Brunswick, NY by or
before 1776. He is shown on a 1767 map of Rensselaerwyck. A Johannes Heiner (possibly his
son age 21) was on the 1767 Colonial Militia Muster Roll listed as being “above the town of
Poestenkill” [i.e., at Brunswick]. He seems to have maintained his interest in the land at
Livingston Manor until 1776. In addition to the 8 children listed here, there may have been a
David, who was baptized at Christ Lutheran Church at Germantown.

The land at Haynerville, near Brunswick, is the only one, or one of a very few, properties in
Rensselaerwyck that have remained in possession by direct line of descent in the same family that
received an original grant from Van Rensselaer. It is currently in possession of a g-g-g-g-g-ggrandchild
of Johannes Hainer and Eva Van Etten .

+ 52. Johannes, bp 12 Oct 1746
+ 53. Catharina, bp 13 Jan 1748 (RH Luth)
+ 54. Martinus, b 12 Oct 1750 (birth date not documented).
+ 55. Samuel, bp 29 Aug 1756 (RH Luth)
56. Joseph, bp 4 May 1759 (RH Luth); sp Joseph Reichard & Anna Nier (RH Luth). He
was a Loyalist, not in Butler’s Rangers; had children who were in Niagara. An account book kept
by Zachariah has Joseph b 26 Apr 1759, and it contains a bond dated 8 Nov 1805 in which
Zachariah promises to take care of Joseph, maintain his house, etc. during his natural life.
+ 57. Zachariah, b 22 Jul 1761 (bp Rhinebeck Ref)
58. Margaretha, bp 1 May 1764; sp Stephanus Borgard & wife Rebecca (Rhinebeck Luth).
This is probably Margaret Haner, daughter of Johannes, who m Conrad Pames (s/o Conrad) on 4
Sep 1791 at Rhinebeck Lutheran Church.
+ 59. Philip, b 29 Jun 1770
8. SAMUEL HEINER, bp 23 Oct 1726 at Jacob Schumacher’s by Pastor Berckenmeyer at Camp
as “one of twins, the other being dead, of Hannes Heiner (Lutheran) and Catherine (Reformed);
sponsors Saml. Miller & Anna Cath.” (Source: New York Genealogical and Biographical
Register, Vol. 97, Baptisms of the Lutheran Church in New York 1725-27.) Confirmed as Samuel
Hoener, age 21, on 12 Apr 1748 at Stn Ch in Rhinebeck, NY, confirmation sponsor Johannes
Hunsinger; three of his brothers were confirmed on the same date. He appears in the 1790 Federal
census, and was a witness at a probate of a neighbor’s will in 1794. He married (1st) at
Rhinebeck, NY on 21 May 1754 Rebecca Feller (Kingston Ref), b ca 1729, d/o Philip Feller
(Fellers, Veller) & Catharine Rau; they were baptismal sponsors 25 Feb 1778. Samuel was a
blacksmith in Clermont.
60. Margaret, b 1756; m Nicholas Fellers.
61. Rebecca, b 1757 (History of Rhinebeck, Vol. 2, p. 248); m Richard Servis.
62. Philippus, bp 25 Jan 1759; sp Philip Veller (Feller) & wife Catharina Rau (RH Luth).
Probably d. young; not in History of Rhinebeck.
+ 63. Wilhelmus, b 23 Dec 1760, bp 24 Dec 1760
+ 64. Catharina, b 3 Jul 1763
+ 65. Jeremiah, b 24 Aug 1765
+ 66. Jacob Johannes, b 12 Sep 1766 or 1767

8. SAMUEL HEINER, bp 23 Oct 1726 m (2nd) Elizabeth Kiefer (Knifer)
+ 67. Maria, b 23 Jan 1783
9. HEINRICH HEINER, b 30 Apr 1728; bp at Kamp (East Camp); sp Henr. Hagdorn & wife
Maria (NY Luth). He married as son of Hannes Hener on 21 Nov 1749 Barbara Haver (Barbel),
dau of Christian Haver (Ger Ref). According to History of Dutchess Co., page 172, she was
buried 2 Sep 1757. The Linlithgo Ref Chbk, at Livingston, NY, has both Henrich and Abraham
recorded as sons of Henrich Heiner & Barbara Haver, but the birthdates are too late; they may
have been born ca 1755 and 1757 and baptized several years after their mother’s death.
+ 68. Petrus, bp 12 Mar 1750 or 22 Sep 1751 at Camp
+ 69. Jacob, bp 4 Nov 1753
+ 70. Henrich, bp 22 Nov 1761
+ 71. Abraham, bp 6 Oct 1763
10. WERNER HEINER (Warner), married Maria Kreller. He was a sponsor to a Bernhardt
Heiner on 15 Oct 1751 (Loonenburg Luth), and to Catharina (#53), dau of Johannes Heiner
(Hener, Hohner, Honer) and Eva Van Etten in 1748 (RH Luth), and to other children given in this
book. It does not appear that he had any children of his own. We are not sure of his order of birth;
perhaps before Samuel (ca 1725), since he was a baptismal sponsor for #16 as early as 1742. He
might have been a twin (but not Samuel’s twin, who died).
11. PHILIP HEINER (Haner), b ca 1730 Livingston Manor, bp by Pastor Berckenmeyer,
sponsor Philip Schultheiss, d 1800 in West Sand Lake, NY (will pr 23 Aug 1800). He married at
Stone Church, as son of Johannes, on 15 Oct 1751 Eva Trevor (Treber), b 8 Mar 1734, sp
Sebastian Trever & wife Christina Uhl (Rhinebeck Luth), dau of Peter Trever (Treber) of
Rhinebeck who was bp 1700 at Wollstein, Critznach, Germany and Catharina Dorothea Row. He
was confirmed at age 18 on 12 Apr 1748 as Philip Hoener; confirmation sponsor Michael
Zipperle (Stn Ch at Rhinebeck); three of his brothers were confirmed on the same date. Philip
lived in Greenbush (West Sand Lake), NY, survived in 1800 by his wife Eva. Four of his sons
had a middle name “Philip.”
72. Rebecca, b 1 Jun 1754, bp 30 Jun 1754; sp Samuel Huenner & Rebecca Feller
(Rhinebeck Flats Ref).
+ 73. Johannes Philip, bp 19 Jun 1757
+ 74. Johanna, b ca 1757; possibly a twin of Johannes; not in Chbk. but is in her father’s
will.
+ 75. Catharina, b ca 1760
+ 76. Anna Maria, bp 5 Feb 1762
+ 77. Anna, b 18 Nov 1764
+ 78. Philip P., b 5 Feb 1767
+ 79. Maria Barbara, b ca 1768
+ 80. Petrus Philip, b 25 Mar 1770
+ 81. Henrich Philip, bp 1774
+ 82. George Philip, b 17 Mar 1777
12. JACOB HEINER, bp 13 Oct 1732; sp Jacob & Margaretha Bayer; bp by Dom. Mansius at
Ger Ref). Another reading of the record has him bp 16 Dec 1732 with sp Jacob & Margaretha
Geger. He was confirmed 12 Apr 1748, aged 15 years; confirmation sponsor Martin Thiel
(Rhinebeck Luth Chbk). Three of his brothers were confirmed on the same date. He married 11
Nov 1752 Magdalena Kreller (Rhinebeck Ref Chbk 1751-52).
83. Maria, bp 27 Mar 1754; sp Werner Heiner & Maria Kreller (Rhinebeck Flats Ref).
84. Margaretha, b 25 Mar 1756, bp 19 Apr 1756; sp Johannes Hondsicker & Margaret
Kreller (Rhinebeck Flats Ref).
85. Catharina, bp 27 Jan 1765 at Hoseck; sp Sebastian Diel & wife (Scho Luth).
86.Wilhelm, b 24 Apr 1767; sp Hanne Heene & Margaret Davenport (Schaghticoke Ref).

87. Cornelius, b 15 Mar 1770; sp Cornelius v. Esch & Alida v. Woert (Alb Ref).
88. Johannes, b 20 May 1775 (Schaghticoke Ref).
The following two daughters are not well documented but are included for the sake of possible
later connection:

13. CATHARINA HANER, married Adam Huff. Source: First edition of this book; reference
not given. In History of the Hall Family, published ca 1959 by Mrs. Gladys Meier of
Brownsville, TX, the name of Catharina is included, without the spouse Adam Huff; reference
not given. Study of The Palatine Families of New York 1710 by Henry Z. (Hank) Jones shows
that [Johan] Adam Hoff, Hunter Lists #311, was in New York in 1710, married Anna Catharina
Hämer (Hemmer). One son Johan Philip Hoff b 26 Jun 1717 married 1741 Christina (Crollius),
widow of Albertus Fels; their dau. Catharina Hoff at baptism in 1742 was sponsored by Adam
Hoff and Catharina Heiner (Red Hook Luth. Chbk).
14. MARGARETA HANER, Source: First edition of this book; reference not given. The
History of the Hall Family gives Margareta, with spouse Hannes Elby; issue Anna (1765) seems
improbably late; reference not given.
GEORGE HANER is buried in the old Krum Church cemetery north of Hillsdale. The marker
reads “GEORGE HANER departed this life Jan 13 1809 in the 76th year of his age.” We cannot
place this person, who was born about 1733; perhaps a previously unknown son of the immigrant
(although we already have a George, born about 1720), or from another Haner family. No grave
stones near this one give any clue as to his identity, although many of our Haners worshipped at
this church which is now no longer standing. A 1790 census of Hillsdale lists George Haner, 3 or
4 males, 2 or 3 females; also Abraham Haner and Jacob Haner.

The Red Hook churchbook gives in the year 1742 (no closer date) the birth of “Bastian”
(Sebastian), son of Johan Michael Pulz, (Pultz, Puls, Pols) and Barbara Kuchenheimer
(Gugenheim, Cookingham). In preparing the first edition of this book the “heimer” part of
Barbara’s name was read as “heiner,” and the husband was read as Johan Mickenpolo. We now
know that the entry for Barbara, No. 1 in the first edition, was in error. Thanks to Henry Z.
“Hank” Jones and Arthur Kelly for helping straighten this out.

3rd GENERATION IN AMERICA

15. JOHANNES HEINER, b or bp 22 Apr 1736 (Stn Ch, Rhinebeck, NY); sp Niclas Dik &
Maria Elizabet Hoffing; the record is marked “ Pasch” for the 1st Sunday after Easter. Married
Susanna, had issue in Claverack and Brunswick, NY. He is listed in 1779 Gilead Luth Chbk as
Johannes Hoener, Jr. at bp of his son Johannes Ludwig, and in 1784 as Johannes B. Hener at bp
of his son Martinus.
89.Elizabeth, bp 15 Mar 1764; sp Samuel Kahn & Eliz. Hiner (Ger Luth).
90.Barnet (Bernhardus), b 10 Mar 1769 or 1770, bp 1770, sp Henrich Neher (Near) &
Anna Maria (Chrch Luth).

+ 91.Johannes Gotfried
+ 92.Johannes Ludwig, b 11 Jul 1779
+ 93.Martinus, b 10 Feb 1784
18. ANNA MARIA HEINER, bp 11 Jan 1746; sp J. Hener & Anna Maria Henerin (perhaps her
grandfather, the immigrant, and her aunt Anna Maria Honsinger) (Ger Ref). She m Johannes
Hop (Hops, Hap, Haps) bp 26 Feb 1744 (Rhin Ref), s/o John Hop & Elizabeth Cosby (Kaasby).
Issue: (HOP)

94.Johannes, bp 16 Aug 1766; sp Johannes Blass & wife Gertraud Holtzappel (Ger Ref).
95.George, bp 28 Feb 1768; sp Bernhard Heiner & Hanna Hops (Ger Ref).
96.Martinus, bp 6 Feb 1774; sp Martinus Kuper & wife Regina Krom (Ger Ref).

19. BERNHARDT HEINER (Barent), b 30 Mar 1747; sp George Finckel & Elizabeth (Ger
Luth). He m 5 Aug 1770 Anna Maria (Annatje) Hop (Ger Ref) b 28 Jun 1751, dau of John Hop
(Hopps) & Elizabeth Cosby (Caseby). Bernhardt Heiner d in Canada.
97.Elizabeth, bp 25 Nov 1770; sp Conrad Hanner & Catherine Leick (Ger Ref).

+
98.Rebecca, b 23 Jul 1771
99.Mary (Maria), b 6 May 1773
+
100.Anna Maria, b 1774
+
101.Johannes (John N.), b 26 Feb 1775
+
102.Barent, (Barnet), b 8 Feb 1778
103.Christina, b 15 Feb 1782; sp Martinus Hener & wife Christina (Gil Luth).
+
104.Martin, b 1784; m Sarah.
105.Samuel, b 1787
+
106.Sebastian, b 3 May 1788
107.Magdalena, b 1789 (not verified)
21. COONRADT HEINER (Conrad Hoener), b 28 Jun 1751, in Claverack, NY, bp 10 Aug
1751, sp Conrad Lasher & Engeltje (Loonenburg Luth). He m(1) Anna Maria Margaret
Hagedorn (Margaret Mary) and had issue in Brunswick, NY.
+
108.Conrad, b 1779
+
109.Philip, b 17 Aug 1780; sp Philipp Derk & wife Anna Maria.
110.Catharina, b 14 Aug 1783, bp 14 Sep 1783; sp Johannes Weger & wife Catharina
(Gil Luth); died in infancy.
111.Catharina, b 13 May 1785, bp 4 Jun 1785; sp Melchior File (Feil) & wife Catharina
(Gil Luth).

21. COONRADT HEINER, b 28 Jun 1751; m(2) Margaretha (Waeger?)
+
112.George C. (Jurge), b 7 Apr 1786; sp George Waeger & Christina Waeger.
113.Magdalena, b 18 Mar 1788, bp 23 Mar 1788; sp Heinrich Waeger & wife Magdalena
(Gil Luth).

+
114.Jacob C., b 24 Sep 1789; sp Jacob Waeger & wife Rosina Barbara
115.Henry (not certain)
29. JOHANNES HENER, bp 28 Oct 1743; sp Valentine Schnyder (Schneider) & Anna Barbara
Schaster (Ger Ref). Son of Johannes Hener, Jr (#4) and Anna Maria Schever (Shaster, Schaster,
Schäffer). He m Margaret.
116.Anna, b 28 Jun 1772; sp John Kraft & Barbara (Stn Ch).

+
117.John, b 21 Jun 1774
31. PETRUS HENER, b 18 Jan 1747 in Claverack, NY; sp Peter Hagedorn & Anna (Ger Luth),
d ca 1826; m Anna Maria Dater, b ca Dec 1752 Livingston Manor, d 6 Jan 1846 age 93 y 1 m at
Brunswick NY where they had issue. She was also known as Mary Anna Maria. All of these
children are listed, in order, in will of Peter Hayner of Brunswick, probated 8 Apr 1826.
+
118.John Peter, b 1 Nov 1772
+
119.David, b 1775
+
120.Hendrick, (“Henry” in father’s will), b 23 Sep 1777
+
121.Elizabeth, b 18 Feb 1780
122.Catherine (“Caty” in father’s will), b 6 Jul 1782; sp Philipp Dater & wife Catharina

(Gil Luth); possible middle name Hannah; m Hendrick Link.

+ 123.Maria (“Mary” in father’s will), b 13 Sep 1784
124.Magdalena, (Sarah in father’s will, but probably a misreading of “Lanah”) b 31 May
1787, bp 3 Jun 1787; sp Ludwig Schneider, Jr. & wife Christina (Gil Luth).She was the first wife
of John P. J. Hayner (#687) who went to Rock Co., WI.

125.Christina, b 8 Feb 1790; sp Henrich Daether & wife Christina (Gil Luth); m David
File (#145), s/o John Melchior File & Catharina Heiner; no ch.
126.Rebecca, b 4 May 1793, bp 13 Aug 1793; sp Isaac Feil & wife Rebecca (Gil Luth).

32. DAVID HENER, bp 18 or 16 Jan 1749; sp Bernard Hener & Elizabeth (Ger Luth). He d
1796; will probated as David Hayner 10 Jul 1796 Troy, NY. He probably married (1), wife’s
name unknown.
+ 127.Catharina (Caty), b ca 1779, named in her father’s will as Catharina Hoener.
32. DAVID HENER, b 18 or 16 Jan 1749; m (probably as his 2nd wife) Anna [Brust]
Kolhammer, b 24 Mar 1756 Dutchess Co., NY; d 15 Oct 1827 Brunswick, NY, d/o Jacob Brust
& Anna Katherina Wolf. She was wid of Christian Kolhammer with ch Katherine (b 1774; m
1796 Conrad Derick) and Anthony (b 1779; m 1827 Mary Merrill). Anna Brust Kolhammer
Hener remarried to Henry Westinghouse, had son Henry.
128.David D., b 30 Sep 1787, bp 4 Nov 1787; sp Wilhelmus Conrad & wife Christina
(Gil Luth); prob. d.y.; not mentioned in will of either parent.

+ 129.Anna, b 7 May 1794
33. ELIZABETH HENER, b 9 Sep 1751, bp 22 Sep 1751; sp Frederick Schafer (Schaster) &
Elizabeth (Ger Ref). She m 28 Nov 1770 John Teator (Teater) in Albany, NY. Issue:
(TEATER)
130.George, b 20 Nov 1778, bp 29 Nov 1778; sp Jacob Zipperly & wife Elizabeth (Ger
Luth).

131.Elias, b 17 Jan 1781, bp 28 Nov 1781; sp Melchior File & Catharine (Ger Luth).

132.Philip, b 13 Oct 1783, bp 15 Oct 1783; sp Philip Dater & wife Catharine (Ger Luth).

133.Magdalena, b 19 Apr 1786, bp 14 May 1786; sp Jacob Schneider and Magdalena
Desther (Ger Luth).

134.David, b 8 Apr 1791, bp 31 Aug 1791; sp Johannes Finkle & wife Elizabeth (Ger
Luth).

34. FREDERICK HANER, bp 21 Jan 1754; sp Frederick Bats & Catharina Hagedorn (Ger Ref),
d 18 Apr 1840 at age 84 (doesn’t check). He lived for a time at St. Armand, Quebec, Canada
where most of his children were born. He and his son Wilhelmus in 1800 received leases from
Van Rensselaer for adjoining lands in Brunswick (actually then Town of Troy). In about 1802,
they returned to New York and Frederick settled in Pittstown. In the court house, his name is
spelled six different ways on two related documents. Frederick married Hannah Simmons, b ca
1750, d 2 Apr 1838 at age 88 at Cooksboro (Pittstown), Rensselaer County, NY. She is named as
Anna at baptism of her son Wilhelmus.
+ 135.Wilhelmus, b 30 Oct 1784
136.George, b St. Armand, Quebec; m 30 Oct 1798 Elizabeth Derick at First Presb.
Church, Troy NY.

+ 137.Mary, b St. Armand, Quebec
+ 138.Elizabeth (Betsy), b St. Armand, Quebec; married — Weatherwax, settled in
Michigan, probably at White Pigeon Prairie.
+ 139.Hannah, b 17 Jun 1800 in St. Armand, Quebec.

35. CATHARINA HOENER, bp 4 Feb 1756; sp Orgel Hauser (Urial Heiser) & wife Anna Cath.
Haver (Ger Ref).She m, as his 2nd wife, Johann Melchior File, b 1727, d 1820 (who had
previously m #36, Elizabeth Hunsinger), son of Johann Christopher File (Feil) & Anna Maria
Zoller. All their children b in Brunswick, NY and almost all bp there at Gilead Lutheran Church.
Issue: (FILE)
140.Abraham, b 31 Jan 1779, d 6 Jul 1872 or 1873. Born, married twice, died in Eagle
Mills, NY. He m(1) Magdalena Schmid, d/o Johannes Schmid & Catharine Doughty, b 12 Jun
1785 Brunswick, NY, d there 22 Apr 1851; among their issue was .
Joshua, who m Mary Ann
Coonradt and had a son Sylvester File who m #1628 Francis Caroline Hayner. Abraham File m(2)
Ann [Locks] Hiller, a widow, b 24 Nov 1806 in NJ, d 16 Dec 1887 Brunswick, NY.

141.Anna, b 7 Mar 1781 Brunswick, NY, d there 25 Oct 1885; m Johannes Lansing, b 17
Apr 1777, d 19 May 1845.

+ 142.Adam, b 13 Sep 1782, d 5 Oct 1866; m 19 Jul 1807 Margaret Haner (#229, dau of
Martinus Haner & Christina Wager), b 16 Feb 1789, d 22 Jan 1859. Both d in Raymertown, NY.
Issue listed under her code number.
143.Eva, b 9 Sep 1783, sp Friederich Hener & wife Anna; d 30 Apr 1853; m 6 Jun 1802
Friederick Schmid (Frederick Smith), s/o Johannes Schmid & Catharine Doughty, b 19 Feb 1783,
d 21 Jan 1857. Born, married, and died in Brunswick, NY. Issue: .
Catharina, b 10 Jan 1803; .
Johannes, b 5 Dec 1804; .
Catharina, b 30 Jan 1807; .
Maria, b 6 Mar 1809, d 9 Nov 1828, m ca
1826 David Peter Hayner (#690), b 1802; .
David, b 6 Aug 1811; .
Moses, b 18 Jan 1814, d
17 Apr 1846; m 7 Oct 1835 Mary Magdalena Clum (#760), b 29 Apr 1816, d 28 Apr 1907 (Mary
Christina 1836, Herrick, 1839) [for Herrick connection see note at #3618]; .
Jonas, b 26 May
1816, m 7 Oct 1835 Jane Wager (Sherman 1839); .
Elizabeth, b 26 Apr 1818; .
Sarah, b 5 Jul
1820; .
Daniel, b 24 May 1824; 11.Silas, b 23 Jan 1829, d 30 Jan 1857.

144.Conrad, b 24 May 1786, sp Conrad Hoener & wife Margaretha (Gil Luth); d 24 or
25 Dec 1849; m Sophia Parker, b 4 Aug 1793, d 4 Mar 1878. Born, married, and died in
Brunswick, NY.

145.David, b 11 Mar 1791; sp David Hener & wife Anna; d 30 Oct 1841; m 20 Oct 1811
Christina Hener (#125, dau of Petrus Hener & Anna Maria Dater), b 8 Feb 1790, d Dec 1859
age 69. Born, married, and died in Brunswick, NY.

146.Anna Maria, b 11 Apr 1793, was a minor when her father’s will was written, but
presumed to have married before the will was probated in 1821; one family tradition has her as a
spinster. We believe she is the same as Anna Maria File, d 26 Oct 1861, bu in cem. opp. Brick
Church in Brunswick, NY; her g-s has age 67-6-22, hence b 4 Apr 1794. She is given as Anna
Maria File (Mary) on the death certificate of one of her sons. Her brother Paul File was one of the
administrators of her husband’s will. She m(1) Johan Lohnes, b 5 Jan 1796, d 14 Mar 1842, s/o
Sebastian Lohnes & Martha Coonradt. Issue: .
John M.; m 15 Feb 1838 Almira Jane Cipperly; .
Margareth, b Oct 1815, m Joseph Bulson; .
Catharina, b 21 Mar 1819, d 6 Jun 1895, m Michael
Hayner (#488 – see under his code for issue); .
Christina, b 2 Feb 1821, d 25 Dec 1854, m 7
Nov 1839 George Button; .
El izabeth, b 28 Jan 1823, m Abram Bulson; .
Henry, b 10 Dec
1827; .
Moses, b 3 Feb 1830, m Jane Smith. She m(2) 19 Oct 1844 Job Green, no ch.

147.Catharina, b 19 Jan 1795; prob. d.y.; not in father’s will.

148.Nicholaus, b 19 Dec 1796; sp Nicholaus Wheeler & wife Maria.

149.Sarah, b 13 Mar 1799; sp Peter Hoener & wife Anna Maria; listed as a minor in her
father’s will.

150.Paulus, b 10 Jan 1803, sp Paulus Schmid & Maria Hener (#67); d 6 Sep 1887 in
Brunswick, NY; m 7 Jan 1826 Mary Downing, b 7 Mar 1806 Brunswick, NY, d 25 Oct 1907
Newark, NJ or at Brunswick, NY.

42. JOHANNES HAINER (John), b 7 Aug 1744 Claverack, NY; bp at Teerbosch, sp John
Hainor Jr. (Hannes Hener) & wife Maria (Loonenberg Luth); d ca 1 Sep 1802 St. Catharines,
Town of Grantham, Ontario. He and other Loyalists who went to Canada used the spelling
HAINER. Johannes Hainer was a miller in NY and in Canada. He became one of Butler’s
Rangers, served at Niagara in 1783, listed as John Henor, s/o George (Jury) Hanor. He and Jacob
Dittrick (Teddrick, Dederick) were the first settlers at St. Catharines. John Hainer owned land
both in Grantham and in Louth, adjoining townships in what was from 1791 called Upper
Canada, then Canada West, and now the province of Ontario. Johannes Hainer m Margaret Eva
Scherz, who was b in NY and d in St. Catharines, ON; named as Margret Hainer in a 1797
Canadian land petition and in John’s 1802 will. The order of the children is probably correct. In a
land petition in 1795, he mentions 4 children born before 1783 (names not given), and states that
3 sons and a dau. were born in U.S, and that David and Robert were born after 1783 and before
Feb 1789.
+
151.Hannah, b ca 1765
+
152.George, b ca 1766
153.Jacobus, b ca 1770 Probably dead by 1802 as he is not named in his father’s will, nor
did he take up his land.

+
154.James, b ca 1780
+
155.David, b ca 1788
156.Robert, b before 1789, d before 1802 Not named in his father’s will.
+
157.Catharine, b ca 1790
Note: According to Upper Canada Land Petitions, Record Group 1, L3, Vol. 222a, Bundle 1, No.
42, John Hainer who served in Butler’s Rangers settled in Canada immediately after the close of
the War in 1784. The petition states that his family consisted of a wife and seven children, four of
whom were born in the U.S. In Reid’s United Empire Loyalists of Ontario, four children are
given, plus a daughter (unnamed in Reid’s list) who married Abraham Clendenning of Grantham,
received a land grant in 1795; this is Hannah, #151 in our list. A 1797 land petition gives the
names of two more sons, David and Robert, born before 1789. This adds up to the seven children.

43. ANNA HENER, b 9 Nov 1746, bp 12 Dec 1746 at Camp; sp Petrus Hagendorn & wife Anna
(Stn Ch). Possibly she had a middle name Helen. There is also an entry in the chbk “nata 22 Dec
1746” but “nata” meaning “born” is hard to interpret [possibly meant “christened”.] She m
Johannes Schertz; the ch bp Chrch Luth. Issue: (SCHERTZ)
158.Catharine, b 5 May 1770; sp David Schertz & Catharine
159.Jacob, b 24 Sep 1771; sp Jacob Enderse & Elizabeth
160.Anna, b 29 Jan 1774; sp Christoph Hener & Anna Scherz

44. ELIZABETH HENER (Many records show her as Lisabeth), b 31 Dec 1748 or 1749 in
Claverack; sp. Bernh. Hener & Elizabeth (Ger Luth). She m Jacob Enerson (Enderson, Everson;
the name may be a Dutch or German rendering of Anderson); had issue in Claverack, all baptisms
recorded in Claverack Reformed churchbook. Issue: (ENERSON)
161.Johannes, bp 10 Jan 1768; sp Johannes Kels & wife Elisabeth Enerson.

162.Jacob, bp 25 Dec 1769; sp Jacob Phillip & wife Bata Esselteyn.

163.Georg (Jurry), b 26 Mar 1778, bp 29 Apr 1778; sp Georg Best & Maria Meisig
(Mesig).

164.Eva, b 31 Jan 1780, bp 27 Feb 1780; sp Hendrick Blattner & Eva Best.

165.Anatje, b 18 Jan 1786, bp 26 Feb 1786; sp Jacob Bessemer (Biessner) & Anatje

Kool (Cool).
166.Christophel, b 8 Feb 1788, bp 9 Mar 1788; sp Christophel Hener & Maria Zufeld.

45. MARGARETHA HENER, (Many records show her as Critje), b 11 Apr 1751; sp Andreas
Loew & wife Margaretha (Rhinebeck Luth); m John Enerson (Johannes Enderson); ch bp Clav
Ref chbk. Issue: (ENERSON)
167.Elisabeth, b 13 Sep 1780, bp 8 Oct 1780; sp Johannes Kels & Elizabeth Enerson.
168.Catharina, b 23 Aug 1786, bp 1 Oct 1786; sp Jacob Hener & Elsje Clapper.
169.Thomas, b 15 Dec 1792, bp 20 Jan 1793; sp Johannes Wilhelm & Anna Wagener.
170.Stophel, b 21 May 1795, bp 28 Jun 1795; sp Stophel Hagedorn & Anna Enerson.

46. CHRISTOPHER HANER, b ca 1752, d 27 Nov 1821 in his 69th year (marker, Columbia
County, NY). He m Anna Maria (Mary) Zufeld (Shufelt) who d 17 Jun 1838 in her 88th year.
+ 171.Catharina, b 4 Apr 1777
+ 172.Eva, b 13 May 1779
+ 173.George, b 26 Apr 1781
+ 174.Anna, b 20 Mar 1783
+ 175.Christophel, b 2 Sep 1787
176.Maria, b 13 Jun 1788, bp 1788; sp George Zufeld & Elizabeth (Chrch L); bu Hudson,
NY.

+ 177.Elizabeth, b 27 Jun 1789
178.Lena, b 9 Apr 1796, bp 12 Jun 1796; sp Henrich Batz (Potts) & Gertruy Igens (Clav
Ref).

49. MARTIN HANER, b 25 Dec 1759, d 25 Jan 1847 @ 88 y (death record Prts Ref chbk; bu
Prattsville, NY cem.); he and his probable brothers Abraham, Jacob and John listed in 1810
Greene County NY census. Probably came to Little Westkill, near Prattsville in Greene County,
NY after birth of his son Isaac in 1799 in Columbia County, and before the 1810 census. A move
away from Hillsdale about 1801 is suggested by the fact that he was taxed in Hillsdale 1801,
1802, 1803 with a small personal estate and no real estate. Records of the Krum Church at
Hillsdale in Columbia Co. show that Martin m(1) Elizabeth Williams, with children Martin
(1793) and Isaac (1799) as listed below. They were sponsors at Hill Ref on 22 Jul 1798 for
Elizabeth (#306), dau. of Martin’s first cousin Abraham, #71. He probably married (2nd)
Martha, b 1759 Westkill, NY, d 29 Apr 1852 Prattsville, NY; her g-s lists “Martha, wife of
Martin, d April 1852”. Since son Isaac was b in Columbia Co in 1799, it would seem that Martha
was a second wife. There is a record in a Greene Co. church, probably Gilboa, of the death of a
Martin Hainer in Jan 1846, and that of Patty, his wife, in 1848. Patty could be a nickname for
Martha, but the death date is 3 or 4 years too early.
+ 179.Martin, b 22 Jul 1793 Columbia Co., NY.
+ 180.Henry Shoemaker
+ 181.Isaac, b 9 Mar 1799 Columbia Co., NY.
182.George, b 1805, d 1887; m Phoebe Rider (not proved). She may be the Phebe A.
Hainer who joined the church by confession, d 1852 (no issue).

50. JACOB HANER, b 13 May 1761, bp 1761; sp Jacob Hagedorn & Barbara (Chrch L); m 1
Apr 1783 Elsie Clapper (Elsje Klapper) at Churchtown.
183.Johannes, b 11 Mar 1784, bp 25 Apr 1784; sp John Everson (Enerson) & Margaret
Haner (Clav Ref).

+ 184.George, b 7 Jun 1786
+ 185.Eva, b 3 Aug 1788
+ 186.Catharine, b 25 Apr 1790
+ 187.Maria, b 13 Nov 1791
+ 188.Thomas, b 25 Aug 1798
+ 189.Henrich (Henry J. or Henry I.), b 7 Jun 1801

51. GEORGE HANER (Jurry), bp 30 Jun 1770; sp Martin Krom (Krum) & wife Lisabeth Near
(Nier) (Clav Ref); d 9 Mar 1847 in East Worcester, NY. He is named as George Hener, Jr. at
baptism of his son George (#191), named as George Haner, Jr. in will of Sally’s father. He was
taxed in Hillside 1799. In later life he lived in Maryland, Otsego Co., NY; his will, written 27
Apr 1846, was probated 28 Apr 1847. He m(1) Sally Allen, b Claverack, d 10 Nov 1821 in her
47th year. She and her sons George and Charles are bu at Spencer burying ground near Austerlitz.
She was dau of Lt. Benjamin. We cannot place Elizabeth Hanor, 1828-1903, buried at same
place; perhaps daughter or daughter in law of George or Charles.
+ 190.Allen, b 7 or 17 Sep 1793 (he changed spelling to HANOR).
191.George H., b 14 Sep 1795, bp 21 Apr 1799; sp George Haner &
Anna Maria Cooper (Hill Ref); d 5 Aug 1869 age 73, bu Spencertown. The birthdate is based on
gravestone. He was alone in the 1855 census, given as age 56, and the descendants, if any, are
not certain.

192.Benjamin, b 20 Dec 1798, bp 21 Apr 1799; sp Stieben Soles & Nanzy Jackson (Hill
Ref); birth year in bp record uncertain. He must have died young; he was not in his father’s will
and the name was used as part of another son’s name.

+ 193.Betsy, b 8 Aug 1801
+ 194.Sally, b 15 Nov 1803
+ 195.Charles, b 5 Jun 1806
+ 196.Datus Ensign, b 12 Jun 1809
+ 197.Ira Charles (or Ira Clark), b 7 May 1811; named Ira C. in his father’s will.
+ 198.Ephraim Benjamin, b 17 Sep 1814
+ 199.Harvey M., b 7 Jan 1817
51. GEORGE HANER (Jurry), bp 30 Jun 1770. He m(2) Abigail, b 1800 in Claverack, NY, d
15 Jan 1868 in East Worcester, NY. They had issue in Claverack, NY.
200.Mary Ann, b 1833, d 12 Oct 1838
201.Rowena, b ca 1835; m Arnold Lamphere; res. Maryland, Otsego Co., NY.
202.William Augustus, b ca 1838

52. JOHANNES HEINER, bp 12 Oct 1746; sp Johannes Heiner & Catharina Mussier (RH
Luth); d 1820 Brunswick, NY. He married on 14 Nov 1769 Catharina Dater, earlier spelling
Theater, b 1744 in Holland, d 1841 in Brunswick, NY. He is listed in the Gilead Luth Chbk as
Johannes J. Hoener at the 1790 baptism of his daughter #213, and as Johannes Hener, Sr. at the
1801 baptism of his grandson #713. His marriage date coincides with the year of lease from Van
Rensselaer to Johannes Henner for 115 acres on the (north) Manor line near the “Hosick Road.”
He was a farmer, tavern owner, and served in the early militia. Records kept and passed down in
this family included an original land grant, loaned to a local historian and never returned, a
Commission given by His Excellency, William Tryon, Jr., Gentleman, of the County of
Albany, appointing him Ensign in Captain H. Gardiner’s Company of Foot in the Regiment
of militia, in the Manor of Rensselaerwyck, dated 30 Jul 1772. There are several receipts
stating that Johannes Hener of the Town of Troy and Rensselaerwyck paid so many pounds
currency and so many whiffles of wheat, etc., dated 1775, 1778. On 6 May 1784 Johannes Hener
was chosen for trustee of Gilead Lutheran Church according to an act of Legislature of the State
of New York. In the period 1781 to 1807 he and his wife appear as sponsors of at least 25 infants
baptised at Gilead Lutheran Church, including all of their own children listed below. The earliest
extant records of Gilead Lutheran Church began in 1777. On 14 Nov 1769 he m Catharina
Dater, earlier spelling Theater, b 1744, d 1841 in Brunswick, NY; she came from Holland ca
1750. The Dutch name of Theter, Theater, which became Dater was derived fron Jurrian
Theunissen who settled in New York State; some descendants are known as Tappan. The family
Bible was in possession of a descendant, Mrs. Lucy Kurrelmeyer of Riverside Drive, New York
City. They had issue in the Haynerville area Brunswick, NY.

+
203.Wilhelmus, b 28 Jul 1770
+
204.Petrus, b 15 Feb 1772
+
205.Anna Maria, b 3 Apr 1774
+
206.Frederick, b 14 Feb 1776
+ 207.Georg (Jurge), b 16 Apr 1778 (twin); bp 19 Apr 1778; sp Johannes Dater, Jr. & wife
Elisabeth; also sp Melchior File & wife Catharina (Gil Luth). The churchbook record is not clear
— both sets of sponsors may be for each of the twins.
208.Henrich, b 16 Apr 1778 (twin); probably died at or near birth; not listed when his
brother “Gemini” Georg was baptized three days later on 19 Apr 1778 (Gil Luth). Note that the
parents named another child Henrich, born in 1787.

+
209.Jacob, b 16 Mar 1780
+
210.Catharina, b 19 Oct 1782
+
211.Andreas, b 23 May 1785
+
212.Henrich J., b 8 Nov 1787
213.Elizabeth, b Dec 1790; sp Thomas Waeger & wife Elizabeth (Gil Luth).
53. CATHARINA HEINER, bp 13 Jan 1748; sp Warner Hener & Catharina Mussij, doubtless
her immigrant grandmother Catharina Monsieur (RH Luth); d 27 Nov 1821 in Center Brunswick,
NY; m Johannes George Wager, b 7 Dec 1747 in Eglosheim Ludwigs Dist. Wurtenburg,
Germany, d 28 Jan 1826 in Brunswick, NY, a son of John Jacob Weeger and Maria Magdalena
Kuohn. They had issue in Brunswick, NY. The children’s names were spelled Wagar. Names of
daughters, if any, born to Catharina are not known. Issue: (WAGAR)
214.Martinus, b 27 May 1774

215.Jacob, b 4 Nov 1776, d 1 Jul 1858, bu Brunswick, NY. He m Catharine Morrison.

216.Bernart, b 4 Mar 1778; sp Bernard Sipperly & wife Margaret (Gil Luth).

217.Johannes (John J.), b 23 Jan 1781; sp Martin Haner & wife Catherine, d 14 May 1839
Saratoga Co, NY.He m 31 Jan 1804 Anne Morrison, b 14 Nov 1783, d 30 Mar 1860, d/o Henry
(Hennerick) Morrison & Maria Sibilla Dowdell. Issue (12 children): .
Coonradt, b 26 Nov 1804,
d 3 Feb 1851; m 2 May 1829 Barbara Simmons; .
Maria, b 24 Sep 1806, d 4 Aug 1833; m 18 Feb
1826 John Lamatter; .
Catharina, b 27 May 1809; m 1 Dec 1830 David Maul; .
Jane R. (Janne),
b 22 Aug 1811, d 13 Mar 1878; m 6 Jun 1835 Reuben Smith (#287), s/o Paulus Schmid & 1st
wife Maria Heiner — see under his code number for their children; .
Elizabeth, b 6 Jul 1813, d 4
Jun 1881; m(1) 15 Oct 1836 Anthony? Lockrow (Adelia S. ca 1839; Mary C. ca 1842; Louise, ca
1844; Henrietta, ca 1847); Elizabeth m(2) 13 Jun 1854 Martin John Hayner (#761)(Minnie
Button’s notes call him just John Hayner) — see under his code number for their ch; .
Christian, b 26 May 1815, d 30 Nov 1838; .
John Sebastian, b 24 Oct 1816, married 1837, went
west; .
Henry, b 25 May 1818, d 22 Sep 1839; .
Jacob, b 28 Jun 1820, d 28 Sep 1839; m
Catharine — ; .
James, b 3 Dec 1821, d 17 Jan 1851; m 28 Jul 1850 Mary Jane Bulson;
11.Leonard, b 22 Aug 1823, m 20 Jan 1848 Francis (Fanny) Bonesteel; 12.Eve Emmeline, b 22
Jun 1826, m 4 Oct 1846 Samuel Crump.

218.Sebastian, b 26 Oct 1782; sp Sebastian Lohnes & wife Margaret.

219.George Thomas, b 21 Jul 1784; sp & wife Elizabeth, d 7 Mar 1862 Brunswick, NY.

220.Henrich, b ca 1786 (census record)

221.David J. Wagar, b 16 Jul 1788, d 3 Oct 1859 age 71 y 2 m 17 d; m 15 Nov 1808 at Gil
Luth Sabina Clum, b 1792, d 9 Nov 1872; bu in a private cem., Brunswick, NY. Issue in
generation [5] were .
Adam 1809, .
David 1811-d. inf-; .
David 1812; .
Isaac 1813; .
Elizabeth 1817; .
Christina 1819; ... others..., Mary and Margaret, prob. twins 1829.

++++ possible generation missing here, otherwise Sabina was age 51 when Jacob H. Wager was
born.

We follow only the direct line of David J. Wager because of the work of one of his descendants,
who is an active family researcher.

[5].Jacob H. Wagar, b 2 Apr 1843, d 24 Jan 1924; m 1865 Jane Honsinger, b
1841 Rensselaer Co., NY, d 26 May 1913.
[6].Irvin E. Wagar, b 17 Jan 1866 Rensselaer Co., NY, d 7 Jan 1942; m 2 Sep
1899 Julia F. Earl, b 30 Oct 1870, d 28 Jan 1961 Delmar, NY.

[7].Frances E. Wagar, b 8 Feb 1904 Washington Co., NY, d 10 Aug 1987; m(1)
15 Oct 1927 Harold B. Sherrill, b 21 Feb 1903, Washington Co., NY, d 16 Mar
1948 Delmar, NY. (at least one daughter, grandchildren).

54. MARTINUS HEINER, b 12 Oct 1750 in Claverack, NY, d in Schaghticoke, NY. A large
chart prepared about 1930 by Marvin Anson Hayner (#1775) stated that Martinus had 14 children
by his first wife (12 are named below), and 8 children by his 2nd wife (all 8 are named below).
The author used the spelling Hayner, but listed 8 alternate spellings. Martinus m(1) Christina
Wheger (Weager, Weger); issue in Brunswick, NY. The baptismal records of #224 through #231
have been found in Gilead Luth Chbk, as given below. The birth order of Magdalena and Johan is
not certain.
+
222.Magdalena (Madelaine), b 12 Sep 1773
+
223.Johan, b 1775
+
224.Rosina Barbara, b 1775; her twin died.
+
225.Zachariah M., b 1778
+
226.Hendrick Martinus, b 23 Jun 1780
+
227.Jacob Martinus, b 16 Jan 1783
+ 228.Elizabeth, b 18 Nov 1785. She is given as “Eliz. Smith” in Marvin’s chart as a child
of the first marriage; a Betsy is listed as a child of the 2nd marriage. She appears to be too young
to be the mother of the 8 ch of Andreas Milius, b 1798 to 1814, bp Gil Luth.
+
229.Margaret, b 16 Feb 1789
+
230.Martinus M., b 6 Aug 1791
231.Christina, b 23 Oct 1794; sp Jacob Barens & wife Catharina.
232.Tisdal (Record not found in Gilead Luth Chbk.)
233.Frederick, given in 1930 chart, no further information.
54. MARTINUS HEINER, b 12 Oct 1750, m(2) Oct 3 1809 Margaret Brust, b ca 1788
Brunswick, NY, d 12 Apr 1872 age 84 Schaghticoke, NY; dau of Jacob and Eva Coonradt ; issue
in Schaghticoke, NY.
234.Elizabeth, b 4 Apr 1809, bp 8 May 1809, listed as dau of Martinus Haner and
Margareth Brust (Gil Luth). Full maiden name of mother probably given since child born before
their marriage. Gil Luth g-s has d 4 Nov 1866 @ 57 y 7 m 21 d which makes birth date 14 Mar
1809, evidently not married.

+
235.Coonradt Phillipius, b 30 Jun 1810
+
236.George Martin, b 8 Aug 1811; bp at Gil Luth has no middle name.
237.Adam M., b 23 Aug 1812, d 11 Jan 1885. m 25 Jan 1840 Mary Anna Snyder, b 12
Apr 1816; bu at Schaghticoke in the same plot as his parents.

+
238.Benjamin Martinus, b 19 Dec 1813
+
239.Evaline, b 4 May 1815
+
240.Christina Catherine, b 10 Oct 1817
241.Margaretha Ann, b 6 May 1819, bp Gil Luth; d 9 Feb 1831 age 10 y 9 m 3 d (Gil Luth
cem, implies b 1820, contrary to chbk which has 1819)

55. SAMUEL HENER, bp 29 Aug 1756; sp Samuel Hohner & wife Rebecca Veller (Feller) (RH
Luth); probably married three times. He m(1) Eva Ensel (Rhin Ref). Date and reference for this
marriage and child are uncertain.
242.Samuel, b 4 Jan 1778 Notes: This Samuel probably died young, since the father
named the first son by his third wife Samuel, born 15 May 1787. Also, the child Maria Heiner,

who probably died young (#67) , may have been d/o this Samuel Heiner (note Maria’s bp
sponsors were Henrich Majer and Maria Ensel). Her birthdate in 1783 fits well with this
conjecture.

55. SAMUEL HENER, bp 29 Aug 1756, m(2) Catharina Waldorf, widow of Christian Myer.
(Possibly a variant of Majer, see above).
243.Johannes, bp 31 Jul 1785; sp John Heerman (Hurman) & Margaretha Hainer (RH
Luth).

55. SAMUEL HENER, bp 29 Aug 1756, m(3) at Stn Ch 21 Feb 1786 Sarah Osterhaut, d/o
Cornelius Osterhaut. The births of five probable grandchildren are recorded in the Lawyersville
Reformed churchbook.
+
244.Samuel, bp 15 May 1787; date uncertain.
+
245.Jeremias, bp 1 Feb 1789; sp Georg Schneider & wife Catharina Lup (RH Luth).
+
246.Christopher P., b 11 Dec 1790
+
247.Philip, b 19 Aug 1792
+
248.Margaretha, b 15 Oct 1794
249.Maria, b 17 (Feb) 1797; bp 19 Feb 1797; sp Frederick Ham & Maria Oosterhaut (St.
John’s Upper Red Hook Ref).
249a.David, b Apr 1803
250.Sarah, b 20 Jan 1805, bp Laws Ref, no sponsor; prob d. y.

+
250a.Abraham, b 20 Feb 1807
+
251.Sarah, b 25 Sep 1813
57. ZACHARIAH HAINER, b 22 Jul 1761, bp 9 Aug 1761; sp Lodowyck Elschever & Susanna
Rukhart (Rhinebeck Flats Ref Luth). The name is spelled Hainer in Canada. He served in Butler’s
Rangers in the Niagara District, d 2 Feb 1813. He m 19 Mar 1797 (19 Mar 1796 in Zachariah’s
account book) at Niagara-on-the-Lake, Upper Canada (now Ontario) Sophia Brown Lutz, bp 14
Feb 1775, Schoharie, NY, d 16 Jul 1845 Esquesing Twp, ON, d/o Johannes Braun b 19 Oct 1740
who m Magdalena Zeh (Zähe) on 5 May 1770. Known as Sarah Sophia, she was the widow of
Jacob Lutz with one small daughter, Magdalena Lutz, b 12 Nov 1795, who carried the name
Magdelaine Hainer and married John McCombs. A descendant of Magdalena & John McCombs
is Robert L. Kane of London, ON.
252.Eve, b 26 Dec 1797, prob. d.y.
253.Catherine, b 6 Feb 1799

+
254.John Brown, b 7 Oct 1802
+
255.James H.,, b 22 Jan 1806
+
256.Mary Ann, b 22 Apr 1811
59. PHILIP HEINER, b 29 Jun 1770 (calculated), d 1 Sep 1832 age 62 y 2 mo 4 da; bu
Churchtown, NY. He was a Captain. He married 26 Feb 1797 Elizabeth Kels at Claverack, NY,
d 8 Nov 1815 age 38 (a Bowman book has d Claverack 11 Jun 1814 age 39)
+
257.Eva, b 18 Jan 1801
+
258.Johannes (John Philip), b 27 Jan 1803
+
259.Catherine Elise, b 9 Mar 1807
63. WILHELMUS HANER (Helmus), b 23 Dec 1760, bp 24 Dec 1760; sp Helmus Feller &
Catharina Reichert (Stn Ch). He enlisted Spring 1776 in the Revolutionary War from Albany
County; served 2 yr, 2 mo, 13 da (Pension Claim S-10808). He leased land at Greenbush along
the Wynantskill. In 1793 he moved to South Columbia, Herkimer Co., NY, accompanied by his
sister Catharina, brothers Jacob and Jeremiah. He was living in Rensselaer Co. at the time the
deed was executed on 10 Jun 1793 in Herkimer Co. He settled in District 9 (town of Warren), and

died in 1849. He m(1) ca 1787 Elizabeth Miller, d/o Andrew Miller (Muller) and Margaretha
Kels, b ca 1766 Greenbush, Rensselaer Co., pioneer Herkimer County settlers. Their children
were born in Greenbush, Rensselaer Co. NY.

+ 260.Margaret W., b 10 Jun 1787
+ 261.Jonas, b 13 Dec 1790
+ 262.Catherine, b ca 1791 (perhaps Margaret or Elizabeth.)
63. WILHELMUS HANER (Helmus), b 23 Dec 1760, m(2) 22 Nov 1808 as an “honest
widower from Warren” Margaret Fuchs (Fox), widow of — Fulmer of German Flats, NY.
No issue.
64. KATHERINE HANER, b 3 Jul 1763 in Rhinebeck; sp Fred & Elizabeth Schefer (Alb Ref).
She d 23 Aug 1834 in South Columbia, Herkimer Co., NY. She m 21 Feb 1782 Jacob
Barringer, b 30 Sep 1746, d 25 Jul 1828, a shoemaker of Schodack, NY; resided in South
Columbia, NY. Issue: (BARRINGER)
263.Elizabeth Barringer, b 19 Aug 1782, d 23 Oct 1840 @ 58-2-4; m Jacob Getman, b 22
Jan 1783, d 15 Oct 1868 @ 85-8-4; s/o Johannes Getman & Margaret Loucks (Laux). Jacob’s
brother George J. Getman was father of John G. Getman who m Eva Haner (#271), and Jacob’s
father Johannes was first cousin of George Getman who m Margaret Haner (#260). The 7th of the
9 children of Elizabeth Barringer in Generation [5] was

[5].Ruth Getman, b 7 Mar 1816 (a twin), d 1848; m 6 Jul 1834 John Rudolph
Steele, b 6 Oct 1796 in German Flatts, NY, d Aug 1886 in Ilion, NY. The 2nd of
their 7 children was

[6].Mary Steele, b ca 1837 Ilion, NY, d 14 Jan 1903 Dayton, OH; m Simeon
Atherton, bp 7 Sep 1845 in Hyde, Cheshire, England, d 16 May 1905 Dayton, OH.
Their only child was

[7].Maggie Atherton, b 17 Jul 1867 Ilion NY, d 30 Oct 1937 Detroit, MI; m 7 Jul
1897 Albert Clarence Blashfield, b 15 May 1866, d 14 Nov 1954 Detroit, MI. The
4th of their 4 children was

[8].Eleanor Atherton Blashfield, b 26 May 1907, d 22 May 1984 Lansing, MI; m
30 Dec 1930 Milton Edmund Bachmann, b 31 Jul 1904 Detroit, MI, d 24 May 1973
Ft. Lauderdale, FL; she remarried to Dr. Don Mitchell LeDuc, b 7 Jan 1902 Detroit,
MI, d 11 Aug 1984 Lansing, MI. (2 sons).

264.Philip, b 2 Dec 1786; his son David Barringer, b 25 Dec 1803, d 23 Oct 1867, m 2

Oct 1828 Hannah Hayner.
265.Jeremiah, b 16 Mar 1790; m Elsie Saunders.
266.Rebecca, b 12 Aug 1792
267.Jonas, b 26 Oct 1794; sp Gerrit van Schaaick & Christina van Schaaick (Wynantskill

Ref); m(1) Mary; m(2) Adaline.
268.Margaret, b 23 Dec 1796; sp Johannis Rysdorph & Catrina Rysdorph (Wynantskill
Ref); m — Miller.

65. JEREMIAH HANER, b 24 Aug 1765 in Rhinebeck, NY, d 29 Dec 1838 in South Columbia,
NY (will probated 25 Feb 1839); marker in Reformed Church Cemetery, town of Columbia,
Herkimer Co. appears to be in error: has d 29 Dec 1849, age 64 y 5 m 6 d. He m Maria
Catharina Helmer, b 14 Sep 1766, d 6 Aug 1862 at age almost 96. Had issue b in South
Columbia, NY.
269.Jacob, b 26 Jul 1797 South Columbia, NY d there 3 May 1873. He married 3 times,
left no descendants. He m(1) Margaret Miller, b 2 Apr 1798, d 8 Jun 1830 (an infant son b and d
10 May 1830); m(2) Mary I. Snyder, b 1801, d 10 Apr 1853 Columbia, NY; m(3) Catherine
Snyder, b 10 Jun 1811, d 17 Oct 1860 Columbia, NY.

+ 270.Rebecca, b 1799

+
271.Eva, b 2 Sep 1802
+
272.Philip, b 29 Feb 1804
273.Elizabeth, b 20 Dec 1806; sp Jacob Helmer & wife Elizabeth (Herk Ref)
+ 274.Maria, b 11 Nov 1808; Record of bp has her as dau of George Michael Haener and
Marie Catherine Helmer. We cannot place this Maria Haner exactly. Her dau Louisa married G.
Monroe Helmer.
+
275.Jeremiah L., b 14 Dec 1810
66. JACOB JOHANNES HANER (Heiner), b 11 Sep 1766 Rhinebeck, NY, bp 5 Oct 1766, d 30
Jul 1823 South Columbia, NY; m 22 Nov 1788 Elizabeth Kenter (Kentor), b 22 Dec 1769 or 22
Jan 1770, d 7 Jul 1830. Jacob was a prosperous farmer, Town Supervisor in 1822; earlier was
chosen one of five men to erect the Reformed Church at Columbia, NY. Issue in South Columbia,
Herkimer Co., NY.
+
276.Catharina, b 19 Apr 1790
+
277.Rebecca, b 5 Sep 1792
+
278.Nancy, b 13 Apr 1796
279.Jacob, Jr. b 1 Oct 1799; taught singing school; m Kathryn Manning.
+
280.Elizabeth, b 13 Aug 1803
281.Jeremiah, b 18 Jul 1808, d 22 Apr 1827 (marker in Reformed Church Cem.,
Columbia, NY has d age 18 y, 9 m, 6 d, which would imply a birthdate 16 Jul 1808).

67. MARIA HEINER, b 23 Jan 1783, d 17 Mar 1832 in 49th year of her age (Bible); sp Henrich
Majer & Maria Ensel. See note at #55 for a conjecture that her father Samuel was #55, not #8.
She married Paulus Schmid (Smith), s/o Johannes Schmid & Catharine Doughty [see # 140,
#143], d 5 Mar 1860 in his 80th year (Bible); their ch. bp at Gil Luth. Paul Smith remarried in
1839 to Anne Morrison Weger, wid. of #217. Issue of Maria and Paulus: (SMITH)
282.Johannes, b 1 Aug 1800, bp 7 Aug 1800, sp Johannes Schmid & wife Catharina.

283.Marie, b 9 Mar 1804, bp 29 Apr 1804; sp parents. She m Jacob Springer; their son
George M. Springer m Lucia McChesney (#1723).

284.Catharina b 27 May 1806 (twin), bp 22 Jun 1806; sp parents.

285.Eliza, b 27 May 1806 (twin), bp 22 Jun 1806; sp parents.

286.Alzora/Alsora (Eleanore in Gil Luth chbk), b 26 Mar 1810, bp 18 May 1810; sp

parents; d Nov 1844, age 35. She m as his 1st wife Adam Hayner (#691); see under his code for
their children.
287.Reuben, b 26 Dec 1815, bp 4 Feb 1816; sp parents. He m Jane R. Wagar, d/o John J.
Wagar (#) & Anne Morrison; issue .
Paul, m Emily Jane Button.

68. PETRUS HEINER, bp 12 Mar 1750 or 22 Sep 1751 at Camp; sp Jurgen Pieter (Heyser) &
Christina Heuber (Ger Ref). He m Anna McFarrell.
+
288.Catherine, b 11 Mar 1778
289.Barbara, bp 1 Jan 1782 or 1 Feb 1782; sp Barent Leyk & Barbara Domm (Hill Ref).
She married her cousin John Haner (#304); for issue, see under his code number.
290.Anna, b 24 Feb 1786, bp 1 Oct 1786; sp George Hener & Anna Maria Cooper (Clav
Ref).

+
291.Peter, b 6 Aug 1791, bp 7 Aug 1791; sp by parents (Hill Ref).
+
292.Jonas, b 15 Aug 1795, bp 20 Sep 1795; sp by parents (Hill Ref).
293.Jeremias, b 10 Jul 1801, bp 5 Aug 1801; sp parents (Clav Ref).
69. JACOB HANER, bp 4 Nov 1753; sp Jacob Heiser & Catharine Heiser (Ger Ref). Served in
Revolution at Bunker Hill. He m(1) Christina Stopplebeen.
294.Johannes, b 1779

295.Christina, bp 2 Jan 1784 or 1 Feb 1784; sp Jeremiah Hener & Anna Maria Kupper
(Ghent Ref).

296.Elsie, b 12 Mar 1786, bp 18 Jun 1786 or 3 Dec 1786; sp George Reysdorff & Elsie
Stopplebeen (Ghent Ref).

297.Polly, b 12 May 1788, bp 1 Mar 1789; sp Jacob Stopplebeen & Anny Stalcker (Hill
Ref).

298.Jacob, b 17 Jan 1792, bp 3 Jun 1792; sp Peter Hener & Anna McFarrell (Hill Ref).

69. JACOB HANER, bp 4 Nov 1753, m(2) Christina Moon.
299.Thomas, b 1795 (doubtful; confused with #188)
70. HENRICH HANER, bp 22 Nov 1761; sp Henrich Philip & wife Elizabeth Caspar (Lin Ref).
He m 18 Dec 1776 Catharina Bond (Bornt) (Clav Ref). From the dates, it appears that he was
born ca 1755 and baptized as a boy about 6 years old.
300.(Unnamed child), bp 29 Nov 1777; prob. d. inf.

+
301.Annatje (Hannah), bp 25 Jun 1780
+
302.Elias, b 11 Jul 1782
303.William, b 20 Nov 1786, bp 14 Jan 1787; sp John Smit (Smith) & his wife Seit
(Chrch L). He m ca 1838 and had 1 dau, b before 1840; res Elkland, PA, which covered a larger
territory in 1840 than now.

71. ABRAHAM HANER, bp 6 Oct 1763; sp Pieter Huyser & Eva Plas (Lin Ref). He m 13 Jan
1784 Maria Rossmann. Taxed in Hillsdale 1800-1893.
+
304.John, b 29 Feb 1784
305.Polly, b 23 Aug 1788, bp 7 Jun 1789; sp Georg Reysdorff & Maritje Barthel (Hill
Ref).
306.Elizabeth, b 18 May 1798, bp 22 Jul 1798; sp Martinus Hener & Elizabeth Williams
(Hill Ref).
307.Sally, b 6 Sep 1801, bp 6 Sep 1802; sp George Hener & Sally (Hill Ref).

73. JOHANNES PHILIP HANER, bp 19 Jun 1757; sp Joh. Hohner & Eva Van Etten (Red
Hook Luth). The initial “P” is in his father’s will; but is given as Johannes J. Hoener, Jr. with
wife Gertrauth at bp of son Conrad. He m(1) Gertrude Hydorn, d before 1812, d/o Conrad
Hydorn; issue in West Sand Lake, NY., taxed in Town of Greenbush in 1799 and later. He was a
Rev. Soldier, prisoner in Canada for 7 years. He seems to have married twice, moving to
Montgomery Co. after his first wife died. His will, as a resident of Charleston, Montgomery Co.,
NY, was dated 21 Nov 1827 and probated 12 Sep 1831. It mentions wife Charity and children
Christian Y. (executor), Alexander Y., Jacob J., Henry J., Cathy, Eva, and Maria Barbara. The
initials “Y” may be a reading of a script “J.” We believe this is Johannes P. Haner with Henrick
and Mary Barbara bp at Wynantskill Ref (per NY Hist. & Gen. Soc., from which dates are used);
but Conrad, Gertrude, and Jeremias are not in the father’s will. We cannot place Cathy and Jacob
mentioned in the will, perhaps Cathy was Gertrude’s middle name.
308.Conrad, b 16 Apr 1788, sp Conrad Hydorn & wife Barbara (Gil Luth). Mentioned in
Conrad Hydorn’s 1812 will as Conrad Haner, son of his deceased daughter Gertrud.

309.Gertrude, b 22 Nov 1792; sp Peter Haner & Gertrude Ham (W Sand L).
310.Henrick, b or bp 6 May 1795 (Wynantskill Ref)
311.Eva, b 8 Jul 1797; sp Philip Haner & Eva, g-par (W Sand L).
312.Jeremias, b 25 Jun 1799; sp George Haner (W Sand L)
313.Mary Barbara, b or bp 6 Jun 1801 (Wynantskill Ref)

73. JOHANNES PHILIP HANER, bp 19 Jun 1757. m(2) Charity — Since son Christian was

born in Charlestown, Montgomery Co. in 1803, we believe the second marriage was before 1803,
even though Christian was baptized in West Sand Lake. See under Christian’s code for the later
move to Michigan.

+ 314.Christian John, b 23 May 1803
+ 315.Alexander J., b 14 Aug 1806
74. JOHANNA HANER (Hannah), b ca 1757, d ca 1808, apparently of complications after
William’s birth; m Emanuel Henika (“Manny”), b 1757 in Germany, d 14 May 1832 age 75 yr.
He came to America with 2 sisters and 2 brothers; lived at Duanesburg, NY, a few miles west of
Schenectady. By tradition, his sister Margaret Henicka married George Haner, a dairy farmer in
Troy, NY (not identified), who had a grandson George Haner born 1832. All of Emanuel’s
children, with the exception of Philip, went west to southern Michigan; Madison Wisconsin; and
northern Illinois. (Emanuel Henika was a Rev War soldier. After the death of Johanna, he m (2)
ca 1812 Rachel — .) Issue: (HENIKA)
316.Eva, b 27 May 1772 Duanesburg NY, d 1820; m 19 Dec 1800 Jared Goodrich. res
Kalamazoo MI. Issue: .
Joseph, b 12 Apr 1801, .
Philip, b 23 Dec 1803; .
Phoebe, b 16 Nov
1805; .
David, b 4 Apr 1807, d 18 Mar 1891 Potosi WI, m 15 Jan 1840 Susan Cancurrene Wright
(Jared 1841, Lester 1842, Phebe 1845, Lucretia 1847, Myra 1849 (Wayne Olsen’s ancestor),
Alvira 1851, Joseph H. 1854, Charlotte 1856, Olive 1859, William Warren 1860, Susan J. 1866.);
.
Ira, b Feb 1809; .
Warren, b 2 May 1811; .
Eliza Ann, b 12 Jan 1813; .
Thomas, b 2 Apr 1815;

.
Catherine, b 20 Apr 1817.
. 317.Anna, b 12 May 1784, bp 1 Jun 1784 (sp Robert Schmid & wife Catharina, Gil Luth).
She m David Clark; no issue.
318.Philip James, b 1784, not mentioned in father’s will.

319.Catherine, bp Feb 1788 (St. Peters Episcopal Church). She m Thomas Morry Mosher,
7 ch.

320.Sally, m Joseph Vickory (a.k.a. Stephen Vickery), res Paw Paw MI, 8 ch.

321.John, b 23 May 1793 (bp Schneveus Ref), d 1871 age 79 in Kalamazoo, MI.. He m(1)
Hannah Overacher (Overacker). Issue: .
Caroline; m Miner; .
(daughter); .
James, m Elizabeth
Elred; .
Emanuel, m Julia Scramlin; .
William, m Lydia M. Waite; .
Frederick, m Elizabeth
Stevens; .
Jane, m Thomas Crux; .
Hosea., m(1) Ruth Wright; m(2) Josephine Judson...... John
Henika m(2) 1878 Josephine Judson in Kalamazoo, MI.

322.Elizabeth B., b 25 Aug 1794, d 17 Jul 1875 Princeton IL m Charles Ross; had .
Agnes, .
Jane, .
Elizabeth, .
Sarah, m Roland Mosely (Fannie, William);[4 others in Ross
family, names unknown]

323.Henry, bp 3 Sep 1797, (Albany Luth), d 23 Feb 1885 Battle Creek MI m 29 Nov
1857? Elizabeth Stahl,Issue: .
Elizabeth, b 15 Apr 1822, m Caleb Mason; .
Hannah, d 14 Nov
1900, m 1848 Warren G. Woodhouse; .
Clark, .
Henry, b 4 May 1824; .
Emanuel Clark, b 14
Feb 1830, d 20 Dec 1903 Kalamazoo MI; m 1851 Susan LaBar. Note: order uncertain

324.Hannah Elizabeth, bp 17 Feb 1798 (Albany Luth); m Nathan Sherwood, Issue: .
Hannah Marie; .
Hubbard.

325.Rebecca, bp 26 Jul 1799 (Dutch Ref, Duanesburg, NY); m Elihue Russell. Issue: .
Charles; .
Patience; .
Hannah; .
Abby; .
J. G.; .
George; .
Elihu.

326.Charles, bp 26 Feb 1801, m Charlotte. Issue: .
Mary, b ca 1833; .
Emily, b 1835; .
George, b 1838, .
Cassimer, b 1842; .
Adelaide, b 1843.

327.Clarinda, b 1802 NY; m ca 1830 Charles Church; 3 children.

328.Nancy Maria, b 1804 NY, d TX; m 2 Mar 1840 Charles Cutler, b 1814. Issue: .
Charles, d age 16.

329.Frederick Henika, b 19 Apr 1806, d 5 Mar 1892; m 17 Dec 1829 Lucy Fletcher Pratt,
b 9 Sep 1810, d 7 Nov 1891; d/o Elisha Pratt & Elizabeth Saunders. They had 9 children; of
which only the Periander Outhouse line (Julia Ann’s son) was given in more detail in our 2nd
edition and continued here. Issue: .
Julia Ann, b 22 Dec 1830, d 3 Dec 1915; m 18 Sep 1851

William Henry Outhouse, b 7 Dec 1827, d 22 Aug 1915 (infant apparently died when a lamp
tipped over on him/her; Horace 1856, Periander 1857, Genevieve, Fanny 1876); see 5th
generation [5] below. .
Leander J., b 16 Nov 1832, m 5 Jan 1859 Elizabeth Collins, b 1 Aug
1840 (Frederick R.); .
George Hayner, b 31 Jan 1835, d 23 Jan 1923 m(1) 6 Mar 1861 Julia Ann
White; m(2) 1 Jun 1893 Julia A. Dykeman, b 1840, d 29 Mar 1899; m(3)8 May 1901 Ethel
Avery; no issue by any marriage; .
Charles Burgoyne, b 30 Apr 1837, d 24 Oct 1909 Petoskey,
MI; m 19 May 1864 Matilda Wilhelmina Hill, b 21 Jan 1843, d 5 Jan 1928 (George, Charles,
Frank 1867, Amos Lucius, 1869, Ray, 1878). .
Benjamin Franklin (or Franklin B.) (“Frank”), b
20 Jun 1840, d 24 Feb 1901, m 22 Dec 1868 Harriet Cecilia White, b ca 1843, d 23 Jun 1899
(Guy William 1871); .
Minnie Pratt (“Miner”), b 20 Sep 1842, d 23 Sep 1843; .
Elisha Pratt, b
21 Jun 1845, Canandaigua NY, res Madison WI, m 12 Jan 1870 Mary Packham, b Oct 1846
(Emma, Louie, Ray); .
Holmes Lucas, b 15 Mar 1848, d 19 Aug 1876, m 17 Sep 1873 Cordelia
Clark, no issue; .
Maurice (Morris) Edward, b 23 Jun 1850, d 2 Dec 1917; m(1)Mary Jane
Hutchins. b 19 Sep 1848, d 15 Dec 1921 (Mabel, b 1879, d ca 1967); m(2) Sarah Ellis; Mabel
never married but took care of her father and stepmother as long as they lived.

330.William, d 13 Aug 1816, age 8 (est.).

The line of Julia Ann Henika and William Henry Outhouse is followed here.

[5].Julia Ann Henika, b 22 Dec 1830, d 3 Dec 1915; m 9 Sep 1851 William Henry

Outhouse, b 7 Dec 1827, d 22 Aug 1915, a farmer near Madison, WI. The 2nd of their 5

children was

[6].Perry Ander Outhouse, (Periander Vorce), b 5 Aug 1857, d 2 Oct 1953; truck

gardener; m 9 Jan 1889 Mary Ann Post, b 26 May 1865, d 13 Aug 1942. They had 8

children:

[7a].Harry Outhouse, d age 2.

[7b].Marion Lucy Outhouse, b 5 Dec 1891; m 30 Oct 1912 Carl Frederick Felton.

Issue: (1 son, 1 daughter, grandchildren).

[7c].Roy Johnson Outhouse, b 8 Oct 1893, d 20 Jan 1967; m Clara J. Brostuen.

Issue: (2 daughters, 1 son, grandchildren).

[7d].Walter Bartlett Outhouse, b 10 May 1895; m Ann Blizzard. Issue: (6 sons, 4

daughters, grandchildren).

[7e].Julia Pratt Outhouse, b 9 Jul 1897, d 30 Sep 1992 (a Ph.D.in foods and

nutrition); res Waukesha, WI; m 13 Jun 1942 Arthur Dunham Holmes, b 8 Jun

1890, d 12 Aug 1972; a professor at University of Massachusetts; no issue.

[7f].Eugenia Agnes Outhouse, b 27 Jan 1899, d 9 Oct 1968; m Arthur Paul

Bessey. Issue: (2 sons, grandchildren).

[7g].Alice Irene Outhouse, b 8 Sep 1901, d 21 Jun 1929; no issue.

[7h].Mildred Ethel Outhouse, b 16 Apr 1907, d 21 Jul 1982; m 5 Feb 1929 Harry

Elmo Burcalow. Issue: (6 daughters, 2 sons, grandchildren).

75. CATHARINA HANER, b ca 1760?, bp 27 Jan 1765 (Schoharie Luth); m Carl Michel; date
1778 in Albany St. Peter’s Episcopal Church assumed to be marriage date, not her baptism as
earlier thought. The will of her father in 1800 refers to his daughter Catarina, wife of Carl Muhl,
which appears to be a copying error. Issue: (MICHEL)
331.Catherine, b 21 Sep 1778, sp Jacob Michel & wife Catherine (Gil Luth).
332.Emanuel, b 12 Oct 1781, bp 2 Dec 1781, sp Emanuel Hennecke & Johanna (prob. Gil
Luth).
333.Jacob, b 12 Dec 1784, bp 7 Jan 1785; sp Philip Haner & wife Eva (Gil Luth). Note:
Vosburgh’s transcription of Gilead Luth Chbk has the father as Carl Michal.

76. ANNA MARIA HANER, bp 5 Feb 1762; sp Nicolas Feller & wife Anna Maria (Rhinebeck
Luth), d 1795/1798 in Montgomery Co. NY. She m 1779 or 1780 John Christopher Wieting,b

ca 1759 Brandenberg, Germany, who was conscripted to fight in the Rev. War, was a teacher, and
ended a distinguished career as a Lutheran minister in Minden, Montgomery Co. NY where he
died 17 Feb 1817. He appears as Christoph Wittinger in our 2nd edition. He m Anna Maria Haner
1779/1780 in Greenbush, Rennselaer Co. NY and had 8 children (below). After Anna Maria’s
death, he married Maria Magdalena Beyan [Biejan] of Stone Arabia, Montgomery Co NY whose
prior or later [which?] marriage was to a man named Groff or Graff. By his 2nd marriage J C
Wieting had 6 children: Anna Barbara (1798), Johann Christoph (1798), Rev. Philip (1800),
Catharine (1803), Elisabeth (1805), and Margaretha (1807). A memoir of his son Philip in a
church publication mentions that his father had 14 children as described. Issue by the first
marriage to Anna Maria Haner: (WIETING)

334.Johann Heinrich, b 9 Oct 1780; sp Philipp Hener & wife Eva (Gil Luth). He m(1)
Maria Pickert before May 1800. He did not m(2) Catharina Bauder, b 5 Mar 1783 d (possibly)
before 1808, d/o Ulrich Bauder/Bader & Elisabeth Maier/Moyer; issue: .
Ludwig, b 17 Jun
1805, bu 22 Feb 1835, b and d Minden, NY; Johann m(3) Maria Bader, b ca 1777/1778, sister of
Catharina Bader. Issue: .
Catharine 1809, .
Jeremias 1811, .
David 1814, .
Seneca 1818 (his
mother is variously listed as Maria Pickert, Maria Bauder, Maria Kasler), .
Maria Elisabeth 1820.

335.Eva, b 24 Mar 1782, d 11 Apr 1853, m 1804/1810 George F. Dunckel, b 18 Feb 1788,
d 17 Jul 1868, s/o John Francis Dunckel and Anna Horning. Issue: .
Francis (Franz) George, b 3
May 1810, d 9 Mar 1862, m Ca therine Engell; .
Mary Ann, b 14 Jul 1812, d 2 Dec 1872; .
Lucy Ann; b 15 Mar 1814, m Peter A. Engell, b 1811; .
Irene (Eurina), b 16 Apr 1816, m Adam
Plank.

336.Gertraut, (“Charity”), 22 Feb 1784, d 9 Jan 1869, m ca 1805 Jacob Baater/Pauter/etc.,
b 26 Apr 1785, d 12 Dec 1853 Erie Co. NY, s/o Ulrich Bauder/Bader & Elisabeth Maier/Moyer.
Note that 3 siblings were spouses of two of Anna Maria Haner Wieting’s children. The Bader
surname evolved to Baater, Bauder, Pauter, and finally Potter. Their children all b Montgomery
Co. NY. Issue: .
Johannes, b 30 May 1806 , d before 1860; .
Maria, b 18 Nov 1808, m —
Furman; .
George J., b 19 Jul 1810, d 1888; Genesee Co. MI; m Catherine Shoemaker, b 27 Dec
1813 Montgomery Co NY, d Feb 1868 in MI (Maria Sophia 1834, John Alexander 1835,
Elisabeth Maria, 1837, Catharine Amelia, 1839). .
[son (?)], b 1810/1820, d before 1830; .
James, b 12 Apr 1814, m ca 1840 Mary —, b 1814/1815 in PA. Issue Clearfield Co PA 1860
census [Potter:] Barnas ca 1842, Drucilla (ca 1844), John ca 1846, Jacob ca 1848, Sarah ca 1850,
Alfred ca 1852, Margaret ca 1853, Clarence ca 1856, Lewis 1859); .
Ullrich (“Uriah”), b 10 Jan
1816, m Jane Louisa Gleason(?), b ca 1827, issue George[Potter] b ca 1849 Genesee Co? NY. .
Joseph, b 2 Aug 1818; .
Elizabeth (“Betsy”), b 15 Nov 1819; m Johannes Fullmer, Jr., b 4 May
1818 (James 1839, William Franklin 1842, Jacob Philip 1846); .
Catherine, b 26 Sep 1822?, d 30
Dec 1899, m ca 1843 John Franklin Jones, b 11 May 1817, d 21 Dec 1902 res Erie Co NY
(Orlando A. 1844, Peter 1846, Charity (“Getty”) Ann 1848, Roxaline 1852, Orsilius D. 1855); .
Jacob [Potter/Bauder], b 6 Jul 1823, d 17 Dec 1898, m ca 1850 Margaret Burns, b 13 Jan 1831, d
29 Jan 1913, res Genesee Co. NY [Potter:](Rosella 1850/1851, Abbie Jane 1853, Almeda 1854.
Abel J. 1856 [ancestor of Edward J. Harrison], Eugene Douglas 1858); 11. Roxaline, b 1 Jan
1826, d 28 May 1899, m 1845 Truman J. Walworth, b 9 May 1821 Niagara Co NY, d 4 Feb 1902
Erie Co NY (Benton or Vinton) 1847, Alftaretta 1864)..... Some of these Potters moved to
Genesee Co and Erie Co. NY and to Michigan.

337.Jacob, d after 1866, m Eva — (Anna?). Issue, all b Minden, NY: .
Anna Maria , b 1
Oct 1809; .
Maria Anna, b 10 Feb 1812, .
Josiah, b 21 May 1814; .
Archibald, b 21 Jun 1816.

338.— , name not known, could be born before Jacob.

339.Peter, b 30 Oct 1790, d 1856.in Syracuse NY; m Mary Elizabeth Manchester, b Apr
1792, d May 1872. Issue: .
John M., b 8 Feb 1817 Springfield, Otsego Co. NY, d 13 Feb 1888
Syracuse NY, a doctor; he m Mary Elizabeth Plumb, b Chenango Co. NY.

340.Anna Maria, b 4 Sep 1792 Stone Arabia, Montgomery Co. NY, m Dec 1819 Adam
Gerlock in Montgomery Co. NY.

341.Dorothea, b 25 Nov 1795 in Minden, Montgomery Co. NY; m John Henry Harder.

77. ANNA HANER, bp 18 Nov 1764 in West Sand Lake; sp Frerek Concher & Anna Concher
(Alb Ref). She m John Freer; issue bp in West Sand Lake, NY: (FREER)
342.Margaret, b 2 Aug 1785; sp Till Joy & Anna Freer
343.Abraham, b 24 Aug 1789; sp Philip Haner, Jr. & wife Eva.

78. PHILIP PETRUS HANER, b 5 Feb 1767, bp 12 Apr 1767; sp John Eedel & Grietze Heiner
(Alb Ref). At the baptism of his son Petrus, he is named as Philippus Hoener, Jr. He lived to be
110, d 1878, married 3 times; the children are attributed to the various wives on basis of birth
dates. Note: The list given below, and the exact order, are not entirely proved. Arthur Kelly finds
baptisms at West Sand Lake only for Peter, George, John, Philip, Sarah, Sylvania and Hannah. In
ca 1967, Hazel Sheldon sent a list stated to be from Vol. 63-64 of Schaghticoke D.R.C., (Dutch
Reformed Church). Her list has Philip b 5 Feb 1768, gives the 3 marriages, and has a few other
variant dates; this list does not include Eva, Catharina, and the last 4 children, who were possibly
in some other West Sand Lake churchbook. The following list, apparently from a Bible, is based
on a chart in Mabelle Hayner’s records of the descendants of the eldest child Peter (#344) who m
Catharina Meyers.
78. PHILIP PETRUS HANER, b 5 Feb 1767; age 88 in 1855 census of Poestenkill, Rensselaer
Co. NY. He m(1) 1789 Catherine Canter.
+ 344.Petrus Philip, b 24 Nov 1790
78. PHILIP PETRUS HANER, b 5 Feb 1767; m(2) 1794 Anna Maria.
+ 345.Eva, b 1794
+ 346.Elizabeth, b 8 Dec 1795
78. PHILIP PETRUS HANER, b 5 Feb 1767; m(3) Catharina Sipperly (Cipperly), bp 3 Apr
1767 Rensselaer Co.; issue in West Sand Lake, NY; 6 ch bp there. Note: Georg Zipperlin was one
of the executors of the will of Philip Haner; other spellings of the name were Zipperle and
Zipperly. The 1830 US census shows sons Henry Haner and Philip Haner near George Cipperly
at Charlotte Center, Chautauqua Co., NY (they later were in Wyandot Co., OH). The Hazel
Sheldon list also includes a Philip, b 21 Dec 1802, d.y. (improbable date), evidently an infant
whose name was then given to #349.
+ 347.Henry H. (Henrick), b 21 Mar 1798 [2 Mar 1798]
+ 348.Rebecca, b 17 Jun 1800
+ 349.Philip, b 25 May 1803
+ 350.George Hendrick, b 15 Dec 1805
+ 351.Catharina, b 15 May 1807 [This may be John]
+ 352.John Philip, b 15 Aug 1809 [This may be Philip, b 18 Apr 1810]
+ 353.Regina, b 15 Aug 1812 [or b 20 Feb 1815, twin of Sarah?]
+ 354.Sarah, b 20 Feb 1815
+ 355.Sylvania Maria, b 26 Jul 1822
+ 356.Hannah Carolina, b 29 Feb 1824 [or 4 May 1819]
79. MARIA BARBARA HANER, b ca 1768 Sand Lake, NY; d there betw 1816 and 1837; is
listed 5 Oct 1816 in church rolls as wife of David Barringer. She m David Barringer, b 21 Dec
1750 at Rhinebeck, NY, bp 25 Dec 1750 Red Hook Luth; d 28 Apr 1837 Sand Lake; s/o
Frederich Barringer & Anna Margaret Zufeld. He was a Sgt in the Rev. War. Issue in West Sand
Lake: (BARRINGER)
357.Johannes D., b 16 Jul 1784, bp 17 Jul 1784; sp Johs & Anna Berringer (Alb Ref), d 13
Mar 1877. He m 8 Jul 1809 Rachel Bloomingdale (sister of Cornelius, see # 362). Issue: .
David,
b 5 May 1810, single 1850; .
Catherine Maria, b 21 Apr 1812, d 30 Jun 1887, m John D.

DeFreest; .
Uri, b 24 Apr 1814; .
John J., bp 4 Aug 1816, m 25 Sep 1847 Sarah Castle (their dau
Martha Jane m Hiram Delmer Hayner (#1069); .
Jeremiah, b 30 Jan 1819; .
Edward, b 15 Feb
1821.

358.Philip D., b ca 1785, m 9 Jul 1805 Gertrude (“Getty”) Hoffman. Philip was a Capt. in
War of 1812 under whom his brothers and cousins served. Issue: .
Mary (Maria), b 3 Jul 1806, d
1876 age 70 at Schodack, m 7 Dec 1826 Samuel Warner, d 6 Apr 1880 age 78; .
Margaret
Elizabeth, b 18 Oct 1808; .
Henry P., b 21 Jul 1811, d 19 Feb 1891, m 9 Jul 1830 Mary Keyser
(Josephine 1843); .
James Madison, b 24 Mar 1814, m Jane Roberts; .
Sally Ann, b 15 Dec
1816; .
David Melanchton, b 11 Oct 1819, d 4 Mar 1893, m 25 Jan 1845 Helen (Ellen) Roberts.

359.Catherine, b 9 Mar 1786, bp 23 Apr 1786, d 8 Apr 1846; sp Philip & Catharine
Berringer (Alb Ref); m 18 Jan 1814 Henry P. Barringer, s/o Petrus Barringer & Catharine Staats;
he d 13 Apr 1864. Issue: .
Mariah, b 15 Dec 1818, d 25 Jan 1891; m 27 Feb 1841 Leonard
Richard Sharp b 1818, d 1890, s/o Jacob G Sharp & Gertrude Earing; .
Catherine, b 4 Feb 1824,
d 20 Sep 1893, m 31 Dec 1842 Conrad Sharp b 1820, d 1881; .
Evaline, b 21 Jul 1828, d 28 Apr
1919, m 18 Dec 1850 Paul Springer, b 1826.

360.Jacob D., b 5 Mar 1788, bp 13 Apr 1788; sp Jacob Heiner & Elizabeth Kanter (Alb
Ref), was a Lieut. in War of 1812, m 4 Apr 1812 Catherine Barringer, may have been sister of
Henry P. who m #359 above. Issue: .
Caty Maria, b 16 Dec 1812, m William Schermerhorn, b
1812; .
Freeman, b 11 Mar 1815.

361.Frederich David, b 26 Sep 1790, d 27 May 1883 in Algoma, Kent Co. MI, he was a
Corp. in War of 1812; m 11 Jun 1825 Frances Sophonia Simmons (Fanny), b 1802, d 1853. Issue:

.
David, b ca 1826, d 14 May 1884, m Mary Catherine Cooper; to Kent Co. MI between 1865
and 1870, had 8 ch: Estella ca 1858, Evaline ca 1860, Sarah ca 1862, Charity Sophronia, ca 1864,
Caroline ca 1869, Mary F. 1872, David 1874, Henry, 1875. .
Emeline or Evaline, b 1827, m John
Van Sickles; .
William Marcus, b 1828, m Juliette Peck; .
John Henry, b 24 Oct 1830, d 29 Apr
1895 in WI, m Sarah Lavina Cooper (5 ch); .
Fanny E., b 1834, m Andrew Van Dorn; .
Philip
Alonzo, b 1843, m Mary Jane Hall.
362.Eve, b 26 Aug 1793, d 13 Sep 1868; m 21 Jul 1810 Cornelius J. Bloomingdale
(brother of Rachel, see #357).

363.Peter D., b 24 Feb 1796; sp not given (Wynantskill Ref); m(1) 24 Jun 1820 Elizabeth
Simmons, b 24 Sep 1800, d betw 1826 and 1832 Sand Lake, NY; d/o Joshua Simmons &
Rebecca Schermerhorn. Issue: .
Henry, b 13 Sep 1821, m 1844 Margaret E. Simmons, b ca
1828, d/o Christian Simmons & Patience; were in Parma, NY in 1850, in Watega, IL in 1866; .
Anna Maria Barbara, b 2 Feb 1823; .
Mary A., b 1824, d 1896, m Sylvester A. Clickner, b ca 5
Oct 1822, d 30 Aug 1875, res Grafton NY. They had 11 children with approx. birth years: (Daniel
1846, Paul A. 1849, Elisabeth 1851, Millard P, 1852, Emily J. 1854, Cynthia A. 1858, Clarissa
1860, Delilah 1861, Webster 1862, Mary E. 1863, Shirley 1865). .
Joshua, b 30 Jun 1826, d 26
Dec 1862 Troy NY; m Cordelia — , b ca 1832 (Sarah D. ca 1850, John A. ca 1854, Eliza M. ca
1857) ..... Peter D. Barringer m(2) Margaret Simmons, b 9 Jun 1806 (Gil Luth), d before 1832,
d/o Harmonius and Christina [Simmons] Simmons. Issue: .
Jacob Henry Barringer, b ca 17 Oct
1827, d 20 Sep 1895, bu Junius, NY, m Jul 1848 Catherine Suphronia Rysdorph, b 2 May 1827, d
15 Mar 1896 Junius NY. They had 11 ch: (Emma ca 1849 [d before 1855], Margaret Eleanor ca
1851, [g-g-mother of Barbara Magill Jeffries], Charles Edward ca 1852, Mary ca 1853, Henry ca
Jul 1854, Catharine Elizabeth, ca Jan 1858, Helen 1859, George W. ca Apr 1863, Emma ca Oct
1864, Amelia 1867, Eva 1869.) .
Catharine, b 2 Mar 1829, d 15 Sep 1879 age 50y 6m 13d, m
Jeremiah Smith, b 10 Mar 1825 (Gil Luth), d 24 Dec 1888, s/o Henry J. Smith & Elizabeth Coon
(Elizabeth E. 1847, Ida V., ca 1852, Frankie 1856, d inf.) .
Fannie E., b ca 1833, m Jacob Agan,
b ca 1826, were in Lyons, Wayne Co. NY 1860 with 3 ch: (Emerson ca 1851, Henry ca 1854,
Polly ca 1856); .
Martha Jane, m Columbus C. Fulton. ..... .Peter D.Barringer m(3) Margaret
[Simmons] Bonesteel, widow of Jeremiah Bonesteel, no known issue. ...... Peter D. Barringer
m(4) Almira — , no known issue of their own, were guardians for Martha J. Cole in 1864 in
Grafton, NY.

364.Margaret, b 13 Sep 1798; sp not given (Gil Luth), d 9 May 1876; m 20 Jul 1822
Alburtus Simmons, b 3 Mar 1798 (Gil Luth), d 10 May 1879 Monroe Co., NY, s/o Marcus
Simmons & Eve Coonradt; they were m at Wynantskill Ref and are bu at Hamlin NY. Issue: .
Marcus, b ca 1823; .
Margaret, b ca 1824; .
David, b ca 1827; .
Lucretia, b ca 1829; .
Albert, b
ca 1830; .
Catharine, b ca 1832; .
Henry, b ca 1834; m Gracia — , b ca 1841; 5 ch in Hamlin:
(Mary ca 1861, Spencer ca 1863, Helena ca 1864, Schyler ca 1869, Victoria ca 1872); .
Harriet,
b ca 1838; .
Darius, b ca 1839; .
Matthew, b ca 1844.

80. PETRUS PHILIP HANER, b 25 Mar 1770; sp Frerik & Johanna Canker (Alb Ref); d 18
Mar 1842 at “age 73”; will probated 14 Apr 1842. (Name in his father’s will is Petrus P. Haner).
He m Magdalena Weger (Lany), b ca 1772 in Nine Partners, Dutchess Co. NY, (age 78 in 1850
census Monroe Co. MI with her son Barnabus), d 5 Jan 1856; d/o Johann Eberhardt Weger &
Magdalena Carver. Johann was a United Empire Loyalist who settled in S. Fredericksburg Twp.
Ontario in 1784 with his 4 eldest children. Magdalena and possibly her brother Eberhard
remained in New York after the Revolution. Children of Lany and Petrus were born in West Sand
Lake. Petrus sold his NY land to his brother George, moved to Manlius, NY about 1824; and
went to Augusta Township, Washtenaw Co., MI.about 1837 or 1838.
+
365.Charles Philip, b Mar 1796
366.Eva, b 25 Dec 1799; sp John & Sarah Kinder (W Sand L). (Eva spelled Ephaw in one
document). She m John Karker (or Karher).

367.Maria, b 17 Dec 1801 (Polly?); sp Henry Coon & Maria (West Sand Lake)

368.Johannes Philip, b 22 Jan 1804

369.Jeremias Philip, b 31 Jul 1806; m(1) 22 Oct 1856 Nancy in Washtenaw Co., MI.

370.Catharina, b 11 Sep 1808; sp Carl Michael & Catherine (W Sand L); m Jacob Philips.

371.Samuel Philip, b 18 Apr 1811; m 21 Feb 1841 Eliza A. Lawrence

372.Barnabas Philip, b 5 Aug 1813; m(1) Margaret Shader in West Sand Lake NY; m(2)

Ellen.

+
373.Joseph P., b 5 Apr 1817
374.Jonas Philip (not verified, birth date unknown)
81. HENDRICK PHILIP HANER (Henrich), bp 1774 in West Sand Lake, NY; sp Hendrick
Muller & Cath.; d there 29 Oct 1860; m(1) Sep 1795 Mary Miller, b 30 Nov 1779, d 8 Nov
1846, bu Zion Luth Church 2nd cemetery, West Sand Lake. Issue in West Sand Lake, NY.
+
375.Philip, b 26 Oct 1796
+
376.Hendrick, b 19 Nov 1798
377.Catharina, b 6 Feb 1801; sp Henry Miller, Jr. & wife Magdalena, d 15 Mar 1801
378.Jacob, b 31 May 1803
379.Eva, b 10 Jun 1805
380.Elizabeth, b 4 Aug 1807; m 8 Oct 1825 George Hagerman. Possibly she had 3
children.

+
381.Adam, b 6 Dec 1809
+
382.Martin, b 26 Jul 1812
383.Sarah Maria, (“Sally”), b 10 Sep 1816 (twin), d 15 Jan 1880; The bp sponsor of both
twins was Maria Ferguson. Sally married m ca 1841 William Goewey, Jr., b ca 1814 NY, bp 18
May 1814 Ref Ch., Greenbush NY, d 14 Aug 1882 West Sandlake, NY. Issue, all born in New
York State: .
Rachel, b ca 1844; .
William H., b ca 1845, bp West Sandlake; .
Levi S., b ca Oct
1846/47/48; .
Edward P., b Feb 1851; .
Albert, b Feb 1854.

384.Hanna Margaret, b 10 Sep 1816 (twin); m(1) 18 May 1839 Elias Lape; m(2) 31 Apr
(!) 1841 Wm Gurney, b 10 May 1814, d 13 Aug 1882.

81. HENDRICK PHILIP HANER, bp 1774, m(2) 4 Sep 1847 Phebe Yorker, a widow, age 70,
of Schodack; marriage in Greenbush Ref chbk. Mrs. Phebe Hayner, d 28 May 1854 age 76

(memorial at Sand Lake Church).

82. GEORGE PHILIP HANER, b 17 Mar 1777, d 5 Jan 1849; m(1) Margaret Clapper, b 16
Jun 1782, d 27 Sep 1839. Both were born, married, and died in West Sand Lake, NY.
+
385.Philip G., b 3 Mar 1802
+
386.Jeremiah, b 17 Nov 1803
+
387.Eva P., b 9 Apr 1805
+
388.Sarah P., b 21 May 1807
389.William, b 27 Apr 1813
390.Margaret Maria (Peggy), b 1 May 1817, d 30 Mar 1819
82. GEORGE PHILIP HANER, b 17 Mar 1777; m(2) 2 Oct 1840 Helen Stickles, a widow of
Nassau Village, NY. No issue.
4th GENERATION IN AMERICA

91. JOHANNES GOTFRIED HANER, m Susanna Herwich. The bp records of the children
are in Gilead Luth Chbk.
391.Petrus, b 17 May 1797, bp 16 Jul 1797; sp Peter Hoener Jr. & wife Elisabeta.
392.Elisabetha, b 9 Nov 1799, bp 22 Jun 1800; sp Johannes Brust & wife Catharina.
393.Elias, b 5 Sep 1802, bp 17 Jun 1803; sp by parents.
394.David, b 5 Jan 1806, bp 26 Mar 1806; sp by parents.

92. JOHANNES LUDWIG HANER, b 11 Jul 1779, bp 8 Aug 1779; sp Ludwig Schneider &
wife Maria Barbara (Gil Luth); m Rebecca.
93. MARTINUS HANER, b 10 Feb 1784, bp 12 Apr 1784; sp Martinus Hener & wife Christine
(Gil Luth); m(1) 22 Apr 1810 Elizabeth Brust, b 1 Dec 1792 in Brunswick, NY, d Jul 1810, dau
of George Brust and Christina File. They lived and died in Brunswick, NY, where they had issue:
+
395.Mary Elizabeth, b 3 Jul 1810, sp George Brust & Christina (Gil Luth).
93. MARTINUS HANER, b 10 Feb 1784; m(2) — ; the second marriage deduced from date of
death of Mary Elizabeth’s mother in Jul 1810 per her father George Brust’s Bible.
396.Anna, b Sep 1818

98. REBECCA HEINER, b 23 Jul 1771 (exact date not verified), d 10 Jan 1847. She m Isaac
File (son of Johan Melchior File and Elisabeth Hunsinger; she was #36). He was b 10 May 1766,
bp 17 Jul 1766 (Alb Ref); d 16 May 1837 in Raymertown, NY; he and wife bu Hillside cem.
there. They had issue in Raymertown: (FILE)
397.Christina, b 4 Feb 1789, bp 1 Mar 1789; sp George Brust & Christina Feil (Gil Luth);
d 2 Sep 1821; m Ludwig Snyder, b 14 Jul 1784, d 1872 Rochester, NY. Christina (File) Snyder’s
dau Mary Ann Snyder became the 2nd wife of Conrad Clum (#756), husb. of her aunt Rebecca
File.

398.Anna Maria File (Mary) b 26 Mar 1792, bp 6 Apr 1792; sp Peter Hener & wife Anna
Maria (Gil Luth); d bef. 16 May 1839. She m John Halstead, b ca 1815 Pittstown, NY, d 3 Apr
1835 Ashtabula Co. OH. Their 8th child in Generation [6] was

[6].Isaac File Halstead, b 23 Oct 1829 Ashtabula Co. OH, d 7 Mar 1912, Adams
Co. WI; m 21 Oct 1855 Lydia Ann Sanderson, b 2 Aug 1838 Niagara Co. NY, d 31
Dec 1901 Adams Co. WI. Their 5th child was:

[7].Jennie May Halstead, b 29 Jan 1868 Lafayette Co. WI, d 14 Nov 1948 Adams
Co. WI; m 21 Jun 1892 Warren Ildo Colby, b 17 Jul 1855 Easton Co. WI, d 24 Sep
1948 same place. They had 5 children in the 8th generation of whom we give further

information for two: .
Dorothy and .
Floyd.

[8].Dorothy Ruth Colby, b 18 Aug 1899 Easton, WI, d 25 Aug 1986 Lima, OH;

m 26 May 1924 Henry Robert Wilson (div), b 6 Nov 1895, d 25 Jul 1973 Monroe

Co. WI. (at least one daughter, grandchildren).

[8].Floyd Colby, d 1992. (1 daughter).

399.Catharina, b 19 Jan 1795 sp Melchior Feil & Catherine, grandparents (Gil Luth).

400.Elizabeth, b 20 Oct 1798; sp Jacob Snyder & wife Magdalena (Gil Luth), d 3 May
1859, bu Gilead Cem.; m 20 Jan 1823 John Dater, b 4 Jun 1791, d 7 Feb 1877.

401.Isaac, Jr., b 15 Sep 1801, bp 15 Nov 1801; sp Jacob Feil & Anna (Gil Luth). He d 11
Jul 1821.

402.Rebecca, b 1 Jul 1807, bp 2 Aug 1807; sp George Snyder & Anna Maria; d 18 Apr
1854; m 13 Apr 1826 Leonard Conrad Clum (#756), b 31 Mar 1805 Brunswick, NY, d 12 Jun
1876, son of Adam Clum & Magdalena Hayner (#222); see under Leonard’s code for their 10
ch..... Leonard Conrad Clum on 15 Oct 1856 m(2) Mary Ann Snyder, d/o Christina File (#397)
& Ludwig Snyder, niece of his first wife; 3 ch, including Ella Clum who m Goodwin Rose.
Leonard Conrad Clum, both of his wives, and several children are bu in Hillside cem.,
Raymertown, NY.

100. ANNA MARIA HAINER, b 1774 in Brunswick, NY; m Jacob File, b 5 Jun 1768 in
Brunswick, son of Johan Melchior File and Elizabeth Hunsinger (#36). All the children bp Gil
Luth. Issue: (FILE)
403.Melchior, b 5 Mar 1792, d 1878; sp Melchior Viele & wife Catherine; m Elizabeth
Weir, b 21 May 1792, d 18 Jul 1852. Known as “Malchi File”, he was an ensign in the 1st
Regiment of the Gore District in the British Army in Ontario, resigned 1829 for health reasons.

404.Bernard, b 20 Oct 1794, d 2 Jun 1875; sp Bernhard Hunner & wife Anna; m(1)
Hannah Goodbow; m(2) Mrs. Sarah Ann Bessy.

405.Rebecca, b 2 May 1797, d 1837; sp Isaac Feil (File) & wife Rebecca; m Benjamin
File, s/o Cpl. John File & Sarah Crum.

406.John, b 28 May 1801, d 2 Jun 1881; sp Johannes P. Hoener & wife Catharina; m(1)
Elizabeth Hazle, b 9 Apr 1806, d 10 Jul 1840; m(2) Anna Barton Myers a widow b 3 Mar 1810, d
13 Jun 1904.

407.George, b 2 Jan 1804, d 28 Apr 1866 Wentworth Co., Ont; sp George Brust &
Christina (Gil Luth); m Barbara Book, b 1813, d 14 Apr 1898.
408.Catharine, b 9 Feb 1806, d 1861 Brant Co., Ont; m Joseph Brant Johnson, b 1800, d
25 Jun 1877.
409.Elizabeth, b 30 Oct 1809, d Feb 1879; m Addison Van derlip; sp Adam Viele &
Margaret (Gil Luth).

101. JOHN N. HANER (JOHANNES HOENER), b 26 Feb 1775, d 30 Mar 1853 age 78; m
Rebecca Simmons (Simon), b 17 Apr 1780, bp 14 May 1780 Hillsdale Ref, d 2 Aug 1854 age
74; d/o Albertus Simon and Anna Margaret Webber/Weaver. John’s middle initial is in the Camp
family Bible, the 1850 census, in Parma, Monroe Co NY, and on his tombstone in Parma. The
sponsors for Wilhelm Finkel on 24 Jul 1797 at Gilead Luth Church, son of Johannes Finkel and
Elisabetha Simon, are given as Johannes Hoener and Rebecca Simon, unmarried (evidently an
engaged couple). Note that the grandmother of Johannes was a Finckel, and his father’s
godmother was a Finckel. Johannes Hoener (Haner) and wife Rebecca are named as parents of 4
children, bp Gil Luth, as well as Rebecca, named in his will. Note: we do not know exactly how
the following two women fit into this family: Lucy, wife of Isaac Chase, and Jane Hopkins, wife
of Philander Hopkins.
410. — , b 3 May 1799 This child listed in the Camp family Bible.

411.Hannah (Anna), b 11 Feb 1802; bp 3 Mar 1802 sp Friederich Hoener & wife Anna.;
m David P. Strunk.

+
412.Albertus, b 19 Apr 1804
+
413.Sarah Maria, b 11 Dec 1808
+
414.Eliza Ann, b 28/29 Mar 1811
+
415.Margaret Magdalene, b 26 May 1815
+
416.John Frederick, b 28 Sep 1817
+
417.Rebecca Jane, b 16 Jul 1820
102. BERNHARD HEINER (Barent, Barnet, Bernart), b 8 Feb 1778, d 1 Feb 1864 bp 8 Mar
1778; sp Isaac Hopps & wife Sabina (Gil Luth); seems to be twin of Johannes, #101 above. He m
5 Feb 1804 Elizabeth Schaffer; both children bp Gil Luth:
418.Elizabeth, b 2 Mar 1804, bp 29 Apr 1804; sp by parents.
419.Magdalena, b 8 Jul 1805; sp Christian Schaefer & wife Magdalena.

104. MARTIN HANER, b 15 Jul 1783, d 5 Feb 1873 in Otsego COo. NY, He m Catherine -----,
b 1792, d 5 Jun 1854.
+
419a.William, b 29 Feb 1816
419b.John, b 12 Jun 1818
419c.Ezra, b 5 Feb 1827, d 5 Nar 1899; m Clarissa Ann Mickel, b 28 May 1854, d 28 Mar
1904.
419d.Benjamin, b 22 Jan 1830
419e.Philip, b 14 Apr 1834; m Julia A. White, b 1830, d 23 Aug 1883

106. SEBASTIAN HAYNER (HANER), b 3 May 1788 Rensselaer Co., NY; sp Sebastian
Lohnes & wife Margaretha (Gil Luth). He is 67 in 1855 census at Maryland, Otsego Co., NY,
with (first?) wife Sarah Kittle, b ca 1792 in MA, was age 63 in 1855. Dates from census; some
older children had already left home. Sarah probably d bef 1860 census because Sebastian
appears with a different wife at that time.
+
420.John, b ca 1823
420a.Catharine, b ca 1824 Rensselaer Co.
+
421.George, b ca 1828
421a.Joe, b ca 1832
+
422.Eliza Frances (Elizabeth), b 28 Dec 1839 Otsego Co.
423.Lafayette (Elias), b ca 1840 Otsego Co.
106.SEBASTIAN HAYNER (HANER), b 3 May 1788 Rensselaer Co., NY; m(2) Desire —, b
ca 1805 NY and may have died bef 1870. no known ch.

108. CONRAD HEINER, b 1779; prob. m Margaretha Mary Wager (Waeger), b 27 Aug
1781, d/o Johan Jacob Wagar & Rosina Barbara Weis.
+ 424.Mattheus Wilhelm, b 17 Sep 1799; sp Mattheus Brust & wife Anna Maria (per
Vosburgh). [Another reading of Gil Luth chbk gives same infant, same date, sp Thomas Waeger
& wife Anna Maria.]
109. PHILIP G. HEINER, b 17 Aug 1780 in Brunswick, NY, bp 10 Sep 1780; sp Philip Derk &
wife Maria (Gil Luth), d 1840, bu Mina, NY; the middle initial is on his g-s. He m 12 Jan 1802
Jannetjen Van Beuren (Jane Van Bern in register of 2nd Street Pres. Church, Troy, NY), b 1783
Brunswick, NY, d 8 Feb 1867 age 84, bu in Mina, NY. Issue in Brunswick Center, NY. He and
Jane are among several named Haner in land records of Chautauqua Co., NY beginning in 1837.
425.Helmus Van Beuren, (Coonradt Wilhelmus), b 31 Dec 1803; sp Wilhelmus Hoener &

wife Maria (Gil Luth).

+
426.Carolina (Gardalina), b 23 Apr 1806
427.Petrus, b 25 May 1808; bp Gil Luth.
428.Maria Ann, b 30 Aug 1810
429.Elizabeth, b 27 Jun 1812
430.Catherine, b 4 May 1814; bp Albany 1st Luth Church.
+
431.Petrus, b 1815
432.Helena, b 24 Jan 1817; bp Albany 1st Luth Church.
+
433.Cornelius, b 22 Jun 1820
434.Gertrude Margaret, b 30 Jan 1822; bp Albany 1st Luth Church.
435.Jason, b ca 1822; d 1860 age 38. The only record is a g-s at Mina, NY in the plot of
his parents and his brother Philip.

+
436.Philip, b 15 Jun 1827
112.GEORGE C. HAYNER (Jurge), b 7 Apr 1786, bp 26 Apr 1786; sp George Waeger “son of
L.” & Christina Waeger “dau of Eb” (Gil Luth); the sponsors might have been husband and wife.
He d 12 Mar 1863. He was a Sergeant in War of 1812, for which he received bounty land in
Livingston Co., MI, where he is buried. The homestead was on Hayner Road in Cohoctah,
Livingston Co., MI. He m 15 Jan 1808 in Gilead Luth Church Mary G. Keller (marriage record
Maria Koeller), b 3 Nov 1791, d 20 May 1878 Olive Twp, Clinton Co., MI, d/o John & Mary
Keller. Her g-s in Merrihew cem, Olive Twp has age 87 (doesn’t quite check).

437.Margaretha, b 3 Nov 1808; sp Christian Schuck & Marg. (Gil Luth) (was not in
Vosburgh’s transcription of Gil Luth chbk).

+
438.Conrad C., b 16 Nov 1809
+
439.Sabrina, b 1811
+
440.Anna Maria, b 14 May 1813
441.Magdalena, b 23 May 1818, bp 21 Sep 1818 (Gil Luth). The History of Gilead
Evangelical Lutheran Church, by Rev. J. N. Barnett (1881) on page 58 states that Magdalena was
the last child baptized by Rev. Georg Joseph Wichtermann, who had retired but came back for a
final baptism and preached a final sermon on 21 Sep 1818 in the then new church building. The
families evidently were close; Johannes Hoener and wife Catharina were sponsors at the 1796
baptism of Anna Catharina, daughter of Georg Joseph Wichtermann and wife Anna Prosiuss.

442.George W., b 31 Jul 1820, d 13 Mar 1866 @ 45-8-13. Civil War soldier, probably
never married. Described as “fair complexion, hair dark, eyes blue, height 5 feet 9 1/4 inches”.

+
443.Josiah C., b 7 Jun 1824
444.Amasa, b ca 1826; age 24 in 1850 census; said to have married a lady from Chicago
and moved there. Possibly was the “painter” whose occupation was thus described in the 1870
Chicago directory.

+ 445.Christina, b 10 Nov 1826 in Grafton, NY; age 24 in 1850 census, perhaps a twin of
Amasa.
+
446.Elizabeth, believed younger than Christina.
Note: Family tradition also has a son John who lost an eye with sheep shears; had some children.

114. JACOB C. HANER, b 24 Sep 1789, bp 11 Oct 1789; sp Jacob Waeger & wife Rosina
Barbara (Gil Luth); d 9 Apr 1862 at Hamburg, MI. Was age 61 in 1850 census. Served in 1812
War as Private in Capt. Seth Langdon’s Company, 157th Regiment (Westcott’s), New York
Militia. He received two grants of land at Hamburg, MI in 1836 and 1837, where he settled and
had issue. He married 2 Jan 1812 in Troy 2nd Street Pres. Church Elizabeth Risley, b 1791, d 10
Dec 1867 age 76.
+
447.John, b 17 Apr 1816

+
448.Coonradt (Conrad), b 1820
+
449.Rupel (Russell), b 2 Oct 1823
450.Amariah, b ca 1826. He was the only child, age 24, remaining at 1850 census of
Hamburg Twp., Livingston Co., MI in household of Jacob Haner, age 61 and Elizabeth Haner,
age 54.

451.Henrietta

117. JOHN HENER, b 21 Jun 1774, bp 20 May 1779 (why so late?), d 17 Dec 1869; sp John
Schermerhorn & Polly Schott (Shutt) (Stn Ch); grandson of Johannes Hener, Jr. (#4), the eldest of
the immigrant’s two sons named Johannes. Record at Stone Church (St. Peter’s Lutheran Church,
Rhinebeck), has Johannes (John) Haener m 24 Jun 1804 Christina Simmons, b 15 Jun 1781 d 8
Nov 1871, d/o Johannes Simmons and Christina Yager, sp Heinrich Simmon & Christina
Marschall (Rhinebeck Luth). Conflict: 1865 census of2 Rhinebeck has John age 79, Christina age
81; dates of death would give ages in 1865 as 85 or 90 and 83. All their children bp at Stn Ch;
parents were sponsors unless otherwise noted.
+
452.Johannes, b 20 Nov 1804
+
453.David J., b 14 Feb 1807 (or David T.)
454.George, b 26 Jun 1809; he was probably married.
+
455.Peter William, b 22 Jul 1812
456.Albert Nelson, b 5 Jul 1815 (d.y.)
457.Kitty Christina, b 21 Oct 1817; she was probably married.
458.Robert, b 27 Jan 1820; m Helen Benner; prob. m(2) Marie before 1880 census.
459.Albert, b 3 Aug 1822; he married.
+
460.Gilbert, b ca 1825
461.Griffin, b 12 Mar 1826; m 1 Jan 1867 Elizabeth Schaefer (RH Luth).
118. JOHN PETER HANER, b 1 Nov 1772 Brunswick, NY, d May 4 1844 in Grafton
(Brunswick) (g-s has d 2 May 1844 age 71); called Johannes Hoener, Jr. at bp of dau Margaret.
He m 18 Sep 1793 Catherina Lohnes, b 18 Sep 1775, d 24 May 1841 @ 65 y 8 m 6 d). Issue in
Brunswick, NY. One source, author unknown, gives also another Christina infant, b 29 Mar 1797,
marked “died?” (not in Bible).
+
462.Anna Maria, (Mary Ann in a Bible), b 2 Jul 1794
+
463.Margaret, b 6 Aug 1796
464.Elizabeth, b 15 Sep 1798; sp David Hoener & wife Maria Barbara (Gil Luth); m
Nathaniel Rose. One source (author unknown) states that she had a son Samuel Hayner born 1819
out of wedlock.

+ 465.Henry J., b 7 Mar 1801; middle initial per gravestone. He was a farmer. See #189 for
another Henry J. or Henry I. Haner, b 7 Jun 1801.
+ 466.George P., b 4 Nov 1803, d 26 May 1869. He m Evaline, who d 6 Sep 1859 @ 43-3-7
(one reading of cem has age 46); “Mother” on her g-s in Grafton
467.Joseph, b 15 Mar 1806; sp parents (Gil Luth). He d before 1841 (not in his father’s
will).

+
468.Christina, b 22 Jul 1809
+
469.Catharine, b 16 Dec 1811
470.John L., b 28 May 1814 (Middle initial in Bible record).
+
471.Jacob J., b 25 Apr 1818
+
472.Andrew, b 24 Sep 1821
119. DAVID HANER, b 8 Jan 1775 Brunswick, NY, d 1859 in Grafton, NY where he operated a
sawmill. He m(1) ca 1798 Maria Barbara Waeger, b 25 Mar 1773, d after 1820 and before
1850. His children spelled the name as Hayner. The following issue are all by first wife, listed in

old Bible extract.

473.Anna Maria, b 23 Apr 1799; sp Peter Hoener & wife Anna Maria, “grandparents” (Gil
Luth).

474.Catharine, b 22 Nov 1801, d 20 Apr 1803

+
475.Rebecca, b 4 Jul 1803
476.Mary B., b 6 Jul 1807, d 26 Jun 1859
477.David D., b ca 14 Jan 1810, d 22 Oct 1883; bu Hoosick Falls NY. He was a carpenter;
m Angeline Brown, d 26 Feb 1904, d/o Enoch & Susan Brown.

+
478.Isaac, b 14 Jun 1812
+
479.Abram, b 23 Aug 1814
480.Paul, b 9 Aug 1816, d 25 Feb 1848
119. DAVID HANER, b 1775, m(2) before 1850 Christina — . Probably Christina McChesney,
widow who lived near David. She is not found in any household in 1860 census; presumably both
died between 1850 and 1860.
120. HENDRICK HENER, b 23 Sep 1777, sp Johannes Dater, Sr. & wife Elizabeth (Gil Luth);
d 1827 in Brunswick, NY; will pr. 20 Aug 1827. He m Christina Reifenburgh, b 1784, d Sep
1834, d/o Johannes Reifenburgh & Elizabeth Tenderly (Donnelly); issue in Brunswick.
+
481.Petrus, b 17 Apr 1
482.Elisabeth (“Betsy Goewey” in her father’s will), b 15 Feb 1802; sp Johannes Hoener
& wife Catharina (Gil Luth); m. — Downey. Possibly she was Christina Elisabeth.
483.Maria, b 3 Dec 1803; sp Paulus Schmidt & wife Maria (Gil Luth); m Jacob Wager.

+
484.John Cobb, b 17 Oct 1805
485.Catharina (“Caty” in her father’s will), b 14? Dec 1807; sp by parents (Gil Luth); m
Daniels (d 19 Mar 1900).
486.Sally, b 18 Feb 1810, bp 8 Mar 1810 (Gil Luth). She m 20 Nov 1834 Philip
McChesney.
487.Christina, bp 22 Mar 1813; mother not in Gil Luth record. According to a ca 1930s
chart by Marvin Anson Hayner (#1775), she m David F. Smith and was the mother of Revilo
Smith. Note that another Christina Hayner (#804), b 12 Feb 1814, also m a David Smith and had
4 ch. We do not know if these two David Smiths were related.

+
488.Michael, b 23 Mar 1816
+
489.Amos, b 6 Sep 1818
+
490.Jonas, b 6 Sep 1821
121. ELISABETH HENER, b 18 Feb 1780; sp Johannes Dater, Jr. & wife Elisabeth (Gil Luth);
d 12 Oct 1855; m Philip Link, d 20 Sep 1860. Issue: (LINK)
491.William, b 23 Mar 1803; sp Peter Haner & wife (Gil Luth).
492.Catherine, b 12 Sep 1804, sp Henry Smith & Catherine (Gil Luth).
493.Janny, b 16 Sep 1808, sp Nicholas Smith & Susan (Gil Luth).
494.Henry, b 23 Mar 1810, sp Henry Link & Margaret (Gil Luth)

123. MARY MARGARET HANER, (“Mary” in father’s will), b 13 Sep 1784, bp 3 Oct 1784;
sp Casparus Fretz & wife Maria (Gil Luth), m Peter Wagar, b 28 Jun 1775, s/o Johann Jacob
Wagar & Rosina Barbara. Source: Dorothea Schuh, a descendant. Another source has that Mary
Margaret/Mary/Maria m a Riffenburgh, but this may be confused with the marriage of Maria’s
brother Hendrick. Issue: (WAGAR)
495.Jacob P. [Peter?], b 22 Mar 1798, m Mary Burdick
496.Mary Margaret (“Peggy”), b 1801, m George Snyder
497.Peter, Jr., b 8 Dec 1802; m(1) Abigail Goyer; m(2) Lydia Mower (ancestor of

Dorothea Schuh)
498.Coonradt P., b 1 Aug 1805; m Susanna Link
499.William Smith, b 1807; m(1) Catherine Maria Coonradt; m(2) Sarah.
500.Abraham, b 25 Sep 1810, m Hannah, b 1810
501.Isaac, b 2 Mar 1813, m Mary E. Sheffer
502.Madelaine (“Lany”), b 1814; m Joseph Rogers, her cousin
503.Rebecca, b 24 Jul 1815; m Henry Link
504.Adam, b 1822; m(1) Elizabeth Smith; m(2) Mary C. Clum

127. CATHARINA HOENER (Caty), b ca 1779. Maiden name identified as Hoenerin at bp of
son Johannes; she is called Caty at bp of son Elisa (both at Gil Luth). She m Heinrich Schmid,b
30 Mar 1778 Brunswick NY, s/o John Smith & Catharina Schneider?? Issue: (SMITH)
505.Johannes (John Henry), b 20 Jul 1800. He m Margaret — ; Issue, all b at Brunswick,

NY: .
Elizabeth, b 5 Apr 1825; .
Mary Jane, b 12 Oct 1827; .
Sarah Eveline, b 18 Mar 1830.
506.Maria, b 18 Mar 1803
507.Catharina, b 25 Feb 1805
508.Petrus, b 9 Aug 1807
509.David, b 16 Jan 1810
510.Joseph, b 18 Aug 1812
511.Elisa, b 23 Nov 1817
512.Margaret Elizabeth, b 19 Jan 1821
513.Harriet, b 7 Dec 1823

129. ANNA HAYNER (Hener), b 7 May 1794, d 8 Sep 1876; m George Dater, b 4 Mar 1788, d
12 Jul 1868; both bu Clifton Park, NY. The cemetery record has him as George, but the will of
Anna Brust Kolhammer Haner Westinghouse names him as her son-in-law John Dater, husband
of her dau Anna. Issue: (DATER)
514.Urias, b 23 May 1818, d 5 Dec 1897; m Mary Platt, b 30 Aug 1833, d 1 Sep 1916.
515.George S., b 10 Feb 1821 Schaghticoke, NY, d 14 Jun 1897 Clifton Park, NY; listed
in Clifton Park, NY vital records as s/o George Dater and wife Anna Hayner.
516.Almira, b 1824 Schaghticoke, NY; d 3 Dec 1902 age 78 Halfmoon, NY; m John
Filkins.
517.Emeline, b 1834, d 1897; unm.

135. WILHELMUS HANER, b 30 Oct 1784, sp George Schneider, Jr. & wife Anna Maria (Gil
Luth); in about 1802 returned with his father from Canada to Brunswick, NY; d 18 Jul 1860 in
Pittstown, NY. According to a niece, Mary Parker, he was called William and died in
Raymertown on the old home place. He m Mary Nora van der Cook, b 14 Oct 1788 in
Cooksboro, NY, d 19 Feb 1871 in Cooksboro; dau of Henry van der Cook and Anna (Annatje)
Francisco. Anna, b 1755, d after 1837, was d/o Johannis Francisco & Aeltje Doremus. Her father
probably d after 1771. Anna m(1) in 1771 Henry Van der Cook who d 1813, and in 1816 she
m(2) Jacob Van Ness who d 1826. Jane van der Cook, sister of Mary Nora, m Jacob Martinus
Haner (#227). Issue of Wilhelmus in Cooksboro:
+
518.Lewis, b 24 Jan 1808
+
519.Abner, b 1814
+
520.Alpha, b 1819
521.Emlin, d. y.
136. GEORGE HANER, b St. Armand, Quebec, d after 1805 and before 1810; m Elizabeth
Derick at First Presb. Church, Troy NY. She was age 78 in 1860 census, d/o Anthony Derick &
Anna Barbara Brust, b 24 Jul 1781 Brunswick NY,.d 28 Jun 1872, bu Wheeler-Derrick Burying

Ground in Brunswick NY. They had at least one child. Elizabeth remarried 17 Sep 1814 to Peter
Link of Sand Lake.

521a.Calvin, b 25 Oct 1805, bp Gil Luth; m Rebecca — , b 1805. no known issue. He
was a merchant, president of Mutual Bank of Troy (New York) from 1872 until the day of his
death in 1878.

137. MARY HANER (Hanor, Hanar), b St. Armand, Quebec, returned to New York with her
father, 1800; m John Way. In 1900 three of 10 children were living, including the youngest,
Mary E. Issue: (WAY)
522.Mary E., b ca 1829; m Daniel Parker, res Bedford, NY.

138. ELIZABETH HANER (Betsy), b St. Armand, Quebec. Baptismal record at Gilead Luth
Church gives her daughter thus: “Anna, born 6 Sep 1812, bp 2 Mar 1813; natural child of
Martinus Haner and Elizabetha Haner. Witness: Friedrich Haner, grandfather” [of the child]. The
phrase “natural child” is often a euphemism for a child born out of wedlock. There were several
young men named Martinus Haner, cousins of Betsy, of an appropriate age to be the father of this
child.
523.Anna Haner, b 6 Sep 1812, bp 2 Mar 1813 (Gil Luth); or, b 22 Aug 1812, d 27 Oct
1900. She m John Dalton, b 6 Jul 1810, d 20 Mar 1888. Both b in NY State, later moved to
“White Pigeon Prairie, Indiana” (or White Pigeon, MI, near the Indiana border).

138. ELIZABETH HANER (Betsy), b St. Armand, Quebec, married a Weatherwax and lived in
Michigan. In a 1900 letter from a niece of Elizabeth, it is stated that “Betsy Hanor married a
Weatherwax and had one daughter anon they moved to Michigan. Could you inform me if Mrs.
Dalton is living.”
139. HANNAH HAYNER b 17 Jun 1800 in St. Armand, Quebec, d Brunswick, NY 9 Jun 1887.
The name spelling Hayner is on her death certificate. She m in Gilead Lutheran Church 13 Oct
1819 Charles Derick, (Derrick), b 14 Jan 1796 prob. St. Armand, Quebec, d 7 May 1851 in
Brunswick, NY, s/o Samuel Derick/Derrick/Dirck and Abigail Clark. Charles and Hannah Hayner
Derick are bu Oakwood cemetery, Troy, NY. They had 13 children born in Haynerville
(Brunswick), NY. Issue: (DERICK)
524.George, b 28 Sep 1820, d 16 Jan 1895; b and d Haynerville (Center Brunswick). He
m(1) 2 Jan 1845 Lucella Snyder, b 8 Jul 1817 Pittstown NY, d 8 Apr 1886 Haynerville NY.
George inherited the farm from his father and ran a cider mill there. Issue: .
—; .
Franklin
Derick, b 8 Oct 1845 in Haynerville; m(1) 11 Oct 1865 Ursula Brust, d/o Col. George Brust &
Catherine Lape (son Randall d age 8 result of kick in the head by a horse). Franklin Derick m(2)
Julia Hayner (#1333), b 25 Jan 1842 Center Brunswick, d there 28 Mar 1922, d/o Michael
Hayner (#488) & Catherine Lohnes, no issue ...... George Derick m(2) 2 Jan 1887 Mary Dater, b
1842, d 30 Jan 1921, d/o Henry Dater & — Snyder, no issue.

525.Samuel, b 2 Aug 1821, d 21 Nov 1821.

526.Abby Jane, b 18 Oct 1822, d 28 Nov 1854; m 26 Aug 1854 George Storms.

527.Richmond, b 26 Jun 1824, d 21 Oct 1849; unmarried.

528.Calvin, b 26 Mar 1826, d 21 May 1887 Center Brunswick; m 10 Dec 1873 Catherine

Sipperly, b 1841 Eagle Mills NY, d 1894 Center Brunswick.
529.Edgar, b 6 Jan 1828, d 25 Mar 1890; res Center Brunswick, NY; m 10 Dec 1857 H.
Maria De Groff, b 1833 Troy, NY, d 1883.
530.Samuel Nelson, b 2 Aug 1829, d 22 Jun 1891 in Center Brunswick; m 25 Sep 1855
Mary L. Corning.
531.Charles William, b 24 Aug 1831, d in Troy, NY; m(1) Esther Roberts, b 7 May 1824,
d 28 May 1847; b and d in Center Brunswick; m(2) 18 Oct 1860 Mary F. De Groff, b Troy, NY, d

23 Sep 1908 Center Brunswick.

532.Elizabeth, b 25 Feb 1834, d 10 Oct 1910 in Center Brunswick; m 29 Feb 1876 Lewis
Hayner (#811), b 4 Oct 1830 Brunswick, NY, d there, son of Martinus M. Hayner & Sarah
Boomhower; no issue.

533.Emily, b 5 Oct 1836, d 23 Feb 1928 in Troy NY; m Jul 1885 Dr Charles H. Burbeck,
b 8 Feb 1837 Lansingburg NY, d 9 May 1914 Troy.

534.Lusher Silas, b 17 Aug 1837, d 6 Nov 1902; m at Brooklyn, NY 29 Mar 1859 Hattie
Moore, b 29 Dec 1840 Brooklyn NY.

535.Chanceford, b 4 Sep 1840, d 26 Mar 1841. He and his sister Lydia Derick bu on
Martinus Hayner farm in Haynerville NY.

536.A.Lydia, b 11 Jun 1844, d 1 Sep 1851

151. HANNAH HAINER, b ca 1765, m Abraham Clendenning, d 25 Oct 1812 in the War of
1812. Had served as Private in Butler’s Rangers. Issue: (CLENDENNING)
537.John, m 18 Jan 1816 Margaret Dittrick
538.Margaret, m John Campbell
539.Eve, m Lewis Haines, lived in Jordan area
540.George, d 1820, willed his lands to his sisters Catherine and Mary Ann.
541.Daniel, m Susan Albright, lived in the Jordan area
542.Mary Ann ?
543.Thomas Quincey, m Mary House, in London area, then to Michigan
544.Catharine, m James May lived Delhi area

152. GEORGE HAINER, b ca 1775 Livingston Manor NY, d 22 Nov 1814 St. Catharines, ON.
Received land grant Grantham, Ontario, Order in Council 4 Apr 1797. Lt. 1st Lincoln Militia,
War of 1812. He m at St. Catharines or Niagara Catharine Dittrick, b 9 Oct 1780 American side
of Niagara River, d 14 Mar 1861 St. Catharines, d/o Sgt. Jacob Dittrick who, with George’s father
John Hainer (#42), was first settler of St. Catharines. He had 7 children when his widow applied
for a pension.
545.John, b ca 1800, d 29 Jan 1837 age 34. Probably he is the John Hayner whose
marriage license to Susan Pickett is dated 5 Aug 1836 in Queenston. She left him and, in late
1836, this John Hainer disclaimed responsibility “for her and the child she took away with her”
and he referred to his wife Susan [Pickett] and “her” child.

+ 546.Jacob, b 23 Jan 1803
+ 547.Margaret , b ca 1804
+ 548.Dinah, b ca 1808.
+ 549.Sarah Dorcas, b Oct 1810
550. (unknown child). Possibly was George Hainer, tentatively listed as T6c. on p. 639 of
the Supplementary line in Vol. 2 of this family history.
+ 551Mary Jane, b Apr 1815, after her father’s death; bp 18 Jan 1816.
Note: There were 5 children before the posthumous child Mary Jane, and in the land grant Mary
Jane is stated to be the 7th and youngest child,. So there must be another child, which we believe
must be the 6th child as listed above.

153. JACOBUS HAINER, b ca 1770; probably died before 1802, wife’s name and children, if
any, not known.
154. JAMES HAINER, b ca 1780, d ca 1806, will dated 22 Sep 1806, res Grantham. He m
Margaret Weaver, believed to be dau of Peter Weaver. She remarried to Henry Pawling. The
three girls were called “infants” in an 1818 deed, so presumably they were not yet 21,

552.Margaret, b ca 1803, age 47 in 1851 census of Louth
553.Catharine
554.Mary Ann, m 1832 William Cockell

155. DAVID HAINER, b ca 1787, d 3 Oct 1813, Harriet Stephenson, d by 1842; d/o Capt.
Francis Stephenson & Elenor Townsend; her brother married David’s sister. David, resident of
Grantham, was in Lincoln Militia in 1812, age 24; OC, at least 21, on 26 Jan 1808. He died of
disease. The pension list shows Harriet and 4 children.
555.John Charles, b ca 1810, d 25 Apr 1862 Clinton,. Lincoln Co.; no known issue.

556. — , bca 1811, dage 15 on 1Jun 1826
557.Margaret Sarah, b ca 1813?, m Feb 1833 John Mills of Grantham. Possible son John
Mills, executor and beneficiary of 1887 will of Catherine Margaret Stephenson, spinster,
Margaret’s aunt.

+ 558.Elizabeth Augusta (Eliza), b Jun 1813
157. CATHARINE HAINER, b ca 1790, m 19 May 1808 Alexander Simcoe Stephenson, b ca
1785, Lt., First Lincoln Rgmt in War of 1812; d May 1824; s/o Capt Francis Stephenson &
Elenor Townsend; his sister married Catharine’s brother. Issue: (STEPHENSON)
559.Harriet Louisa, m 24 May 1832 (lic.) Calvin Russ
560.Sarah, m 22 Oct 1833 (lic.) John Everitt, Jr.
561.Catherine Margaret, unm.

171. CATHARINA HANER, b 4 Apr, 1777; sp George Zufeld & Magdalena (St. Thomas
Luth); m Conrad W. Milius (Melius). In early records the name is spelled both as Melius and
Milius; present-day descendants spell it Milius. All but the first two children were baptized in St.
Thomas Luth. Issue: (MILIUS)
562.Anna Maria, b 7 Mar 1800, bp 15 Apr 1800; sp Isaac Du Bois & Anatje Hener (Clav
Ref).
563.Christophel, b 26 Jul 1802, bp 12 Sep 1802; sp Christopher Hener & Anna Maria

(Clav Ref).
564.Elizabeth, b 1 Dec 1804, bp 10 Feb 1805; sp Samuel Dierens & Anna Milius.
565.Lena, b 2 Jun 1807, bp 1807; sp Christopher Haner & Elizabeth Haner.
566.Anna, b 4 Apr 1810, bp 3 Jun 181; sp Jurge Haner & Anna Schmidt.
567.Catalina, b 2 Apr 1813, bp 7 May 1813; sp Simon W. Melius & wife Elizabeth.
568.Sally Catherina, b 6 Jun 1816, bp 18 Sep 1816; sp John W. Melius & wife Jannetje

Shutz.
569.Willim Henry, b 12 Mar 1819 (twin), bp 10 Apr 1819; sp William Melius.
570.Jane, b 12 Mar 1819 (twin), bp 10 Apr 1819; sp Wilhelm W. Melius & wife Janetje.

172. EVA HANER, b 13 May 1779, bp 1779; sp Henrich Blattner & Eva (Chrch L). She m 21
Aug 1798 Henry Steikel (Clav Ref). Issue: (STEIKEL)
571.Marie, b 9 Mar 1799, bp 31 Mar 1799; sp Stophel Hener & Maria Zufeld (Clav Ref).
572.Catherine, b 9 Feb 1802, bp 7 Mar 1802; sp Conrad Melius & wife Catherine (Clav

Ref).

173. GEORGE HANER, b 26 Apr 1781, bp 1781; sp George Zufeld & Elizabeth Kunz (Chrch
L); m Hannah Schmidt (Anna Smith), b 29 Jan 1786 d/o Jacob Smit & Eva Moghy. She may be
the Hannah Haner who d 27 Dec 1863 age 79, bu Churchtown cem; date doesn’t check).
573.Jacob, b 21 Sep 1803, bp 23 Oct 1803; sp Jacob Blattner & Elizabeth Becker (Clav
Ref).

+ 574.Hendrick G., b 29 Feb 1806 (not a leap year)

+
575.Christopher, b 27 Sep 1808
576.John, b 9 Dec 1810, bp 20 Feb 1811; sp John Murphy & wife Eva Cammer (Chrch L).
577.Robert James, b 17 Jun 1814, bp 4 Sep 1814 (Chrch L).
578.Eva Maria Jannette, b 29 Feb 1817 (!), bp 4 May 1817; sp Stephen Miller & wife Eva
Platner (Chrch L).

174. ANNA HENER (Anatje at her marriage, Hannah at bp of #579), b 20 Mar 1783, bp 1783; sp
Christoph Hagedorn & Anna (Chrch L). She m 15 Apr 1799 Isaac Du Bois of Fonda, NY (Clav
Ref Chbk). Issue: (DU BOIS)
579.Anna Catalina, b 28 Sep 1800, bp 9 Nov 1800; sp George Heenor & Lena Fonda (Lin
Ref).
580.Jacob, b 13 May 1802, bp 30 Jun 1802; sp Christopher Haner & wife Anna Maria
(Clav Ref).
581.Christophel, b 17 Sep 1803, bp 13 Nov 1803; sp Christophel Haner & wife (Clav
Ref).

175. CHRISTOPHEL HANER, b 2 Sep 1787, d Nov 1838 age 54-8-0. (doesn’t check); sp
Christophel Bechtel & Maria Enerson (Hill Ref); bp 30 Sep 1787. He m(1) 13 Aug 1809 Polly
Lake (Clav Ref).
582.William Henry, b 29 Jan 1811; bp 21 Apr 1811 (Hill Ref).

175. CHRISTOPHEL HANER, b 2 Sep 1787, m(2) Sarah K. Robbins
+
583.Rufus, b 8 May 1819
584.Henry; went to Vermontville, MI. in 1844.
+
585.Elizabeth
586.Lucretia; m John Howell
587.Sallie (Sarah), b 14 May 1821 Ghent, Columbia Co NY; m a widower, George
Moore; no issue.
588.Ann, b 1826, d Oct 1853; m Jacob Moore of Vermontville, MI.

177. ELIZABETH HANER, b 9 Jun 1789, Churchtown NY, bp 27 Jun 1789, sp Jacob Enderse
(Enerson) & Elizabeth (Chrch). She m 26 Aug 1815 William Colon, b 14 Jun 1779 Fonda NY,
s/o Willem (William) Colon & Annetje Quakkenbosch. Issue, all b Columbia CO. NY:
(COLON)

589.Catherine, b 12 Feb 1816, m 1842 Henry Decker in Ghent, NY. Issue: .
Luther, b
1844, m ca 1965 Elizabeth Waltermire; .
William B., b 27 Nov 1854 Ghent NY, d 2 Jan 1958
Livingston Co. IL; m 21 Dec 1881 Emma (Emily) Foster, b 19 Jun 1857, d 21 Dec 1881
Livingston Co IL (George 1882, Luther B. 1884, Maude 1887, Neva 1889, Edward 1892, Nellie
1899).

590.Mary Ann, b 5 Aug 1818, m 31 Oct 1860 Richard Scism.

591.William, b 27 Jul 1820, d 23 Sep 1889 Livingston Co. IL.

592.Abram (Abraham), b 20 Jul 1823, d 13 Oct 1871 Livingston Co. IL. He m(1) 15 Nov
1845 in Mellenville, NY Hannah Bortle, b 12 Mar 1820, d 4 Oct 1862. Issue: .
William, b 28
May 1846, d 10 Feb 1913 Mason Co. IL, m 1 Apr 1871 Jennie Heafey (Heffey, Heaphy), b ca
1850 St. Louis MO, d 24 Dec 1910 Stuttgart AR (Everett Fred 1872, Julia 1874, Frank 1876,
Mabel 1878, Eugene James 1881 [Karen Stramy’s grandfather], Elsie 1884, William 1894); .
Mary (“Mate”), b 23 Aug 1850, d 13 Jun 1932 in Mason City IA; m Robert Donavan, b 21 Oct
1822 Zanesville OH, d 22 Feb 1877 Mason City IL (John 1878); .
Elizabeth (Lizzie), b ca 1852;

.
Kathrine (Kate), b 30 Nov 1854 Churchtown NY, d 18 Aug 1939 Stuttgart AR; m 12 Sep 1893
Nathaniel Thomas Deitz, b 27 Jun 1856 in WV (Cora B. 1894, Robert [Bud] 1896); .
Christina
(“Tine”), b 21 May 1856 Columbia Co NY, d 27 Apr 1949, Mason City IL, m 11 Jun 1896 John

Wesley Spear MD, b 20 Oct 1848 Petersburg IL, d 5 May 1917 Mason City IL; .
Frances
(“Frankie”), b 1858 Livingston Co. IL, d 20 Feb 1885 Mason City IL. ..... Abram Colon m(2nd) 6
Dec 1863 Delancy M. Clark, b 1837.

593.Elsie Elizabeth, b 5 Feb 1826, m 27 Nov 1847 Robert H. George in Mellenville NY.

179. MARTIN HANER, b 22 Jul 1793; sp George Hayner & Anna Maria Cooper (Hill Ref). The
sponsors were his grandfather and his step-grandmother. He was age 60 in the 1855 census of
Greene Co. His gravestone at Prattsville has Martin Haner, Jr., d 15 Aug 1861, age 66. He was b
in Columbia Co. and came to Greene Co. ca 1825 (per 1855 census), where he settled 2 miles
from Prattsville on the road to West Kill. He m(1) Elizabeth Shoemaker, b 15 Jul 1795, d 25 Oct
1837, d/o Heinrich Schumacher (Shoemaker) & Elizabeth Silbernagel (Silvernail); her full name
is given in the Prts Ref chbk record of the birth of their daughter Patty Maria. Elisabeth is given
as Martin’s first wife in Greene County Biographies (1899); she died about two months after the
birth of the youngest child Mina; the g-s shows her as Elizabeth, wife of Martin Haner, Jr.
Although few living descendants of Martin have heard of Elizabeth Shoemaker, we believe she
was the mother of the children listed below. A descendant of Elizabeth Shoemaker’s sister knew
of Martin Haner, and a descendant of the daughter Mina knows of the probable 2nd wife
Christina, a stepmother, but not of Elizabeth. Our knowledge of this family is somewhat
uncertain, but we believe it to be essentially as given above.
In an old Prattsville cemetery are two groups of Haners. One group has Martin, d Jan 1847
age 88; Martha, his wife, d Apr 1852 age 83 (or 93?); Isaac, d Jul 1834 age 36; Elizabeth, wife of
Martin Jr. d Oct 1837 age 42. Another grouping has Isaac, d Dec 1883 age 68 (believed to be
#594, son of Martin Jr., b ca 1811); Phoebe A., his wife, d Jul 1887 age 72; Christina, wife of
Martin Haner d Dec 1860 age 59; and Martin Haner, Jr., d Aug 1861 age 66. We believe the latter
is #179, b 1793 (chbk record in Columbia Co.), age 60 in 1855 census of Greene Co. Issue of
Martin Haner and Elizabeth
Shoemaker:

+ 594.Isaac, b ca 1811 Greene Co., NY (ca 1815 per 1855 census).
595.Patty Maria, b 28 Feb 1816 (no sponsors given, Prts Ref); m Samuel Chamberlain,
who d before 1899.

+ 596.Henry, b 20 Jan 1820
+ 597.William Martin, b 9 Feb 1823
598.Lawrence, m Judith Spencer. This child is also given as Lavinia, who became Mrs.
Spencer. Both listings are in the same volume of 1899 Greene County Biographies.

+ 599.Elizabeth, b 23 May 1827
+ 600.Mina Ann, b 1837
179. MARTIN HANER, b 22 Jul 1793 m(2) Christina, b ca 1801 in Albany Co., who came to
Greene Co. ca 1840 (per 1855 census); Christina, age 54, was 15 years in Greene Co. with Minia
A. Haner (Mina), age 17, in the household, apparently the only remaining unmarried stepchild.
180. HENRY SHOEMAKER HANER, m Fanny Smith
601.Henry, b 20 Sep 1810
602.William, b 10 Apr 1812
603.Henry, b 25 Jan 1813
604.Martin, b 16 Jan 1814, bp 21 May 1815 (Gilboa Ref).
605.Elizabeth Silvernagel, b 9 Feb 1816
181. ISAAC HANER, b 9 Mar 1799 in Columbia Co., NY, bp 21 Apr 1799; sp Latham Lamfer
(Lathan Lanphere) & Elizabeth Utley (Hill Ref). Note that Polly Lamphier & Martin Haner were
sponsors in 1815 in Gilboa, Greene Co. of a child of Isaac’s brother Henry Shoemaker Haner.

This is a slender connection between the Columbia County family and the Greene County family.
His marriage record uncertain. Possibly he d at Prattsville 14 Jul 1834; m Elizabeth (Betty), who
was b 1806 Prattsville, d there 19 Jul 1833. Issue in Prattsville.

606.Patty M.
607.Maria M.
608.Joseph M.
609.Cornelia Ann

+ 610.Henry I., b 26 Jun 1833
184. GEORGE J. HANER (Jurge J. Haner), b 7 Jun 1786, bp 25 Jun 1786; sp Samuel Morris &
Anna Hener (Clav Ref). He m 23 Aug 1807 Catharine Silbernagel (Silvernail). The initial J is
given in baptismal records of his children, who were bp at St. Thomas Lutheran Church,
Churchtown, NY.
611.Betsi, b 5 or 11 Feb 1808, bp 21 Feb 1808; sp Andreas Simon & Betsey .
612.Harry, b 20 Jul 1809, bp 13 Aug 1809; sp Hendrick Rath & wife Maria Silbernagel.
613.Hannah, b 11 Sep 1811, bp 6 Oct 1811; sp by parents.
614.Jacob, b 25 Feb 1813, bp 8 Jun 1813
615.Maria, b 12 Feb 1824, bp 10 Oct 1824; sp by parents.

185. EVA HANER, b 3 Aug 1788, bp 1788; sp Friderich Miller & Gert. (Chrch L). She m 1808
Jonas C. Silbernagel; their ch bp at St. Thomas Luth Church, Churchtown. Issue:
(SILBERNAGEL)
616.Jacob, b 2 Jan 1810, bp 28 Jan 1810; sp Jacob Haner & Elsje Clapper.
617.Annatje, b 18 Oct 1813, bp 30 Oct 1813; sp Conrad C. Silbernagel & wife Anna.
618.Anna Maria, b 1 or 8 Jan 1816, bp 18 Feb 1816; sp Peter Snider & Polly Haner.
619.Conrad, b 21 Mar or May 1819, bp 19 Apr 1819; sp Conrad Silvernail & wife Sally.
620.Hendrick, b 4 Jul 1821, bp 25 Oct 1821; sp Hendrick Plass & Catharina Haner.
621.William, b 14 Jan 1826, bp 28 Apr 1829
622.Levi, b 27 Sep 1828, bp 28 Apr 1829; sp Levi Decker & wife Sally.
623.Cornelius, b 26 Aug 1832, bp 14 Nov 1832

186. CATHARINE HANER, b 25 Apr 1790, bp 30 May 1790; sp Jacob Enerson & Lisabeth
Hener (Clav Ref); m 26 Nov 1811 John G. Coons, (Kuntz), b 1 Apr 1774; their ch bp St.
Thomas Luth Church, Churchtown. Issue: (COONS)
624.Anna Maria, b 12 Sep 1812, bp 11 Oct 1812; sp Hans Moon & Elisabeth Teater; m
Jacob Rector.
625.Jacob, b 30 Nov 1814, bp 25 Dec 1814; sp Mathias S. Miller & wife Catharina

Enerson.
626.Sally, b 21 May 1817, bp 12 Jul 1817; sp Thomas Haner & Elisabeth Milius.
627.Andreas, b 20 Jan 1819, bp 20 Feb 1819; sp Christian Neiffer & wife Polly Richter.
628.Ally Sophine, b 3 May 1822, bp 26 May 1822.

187. MARIA HANER, b 13 Nov 1791, bp 18 Dec 1791; sp Anna Maria Bresse (Clav Ref); m 9
Dec 1810 Peter H. Snyder (Snider). Issue: (SNYDER)
629.Sally Ann, b 5 Dec 1814, bp 8 Jan 1815; sp William J. S. Sneyder & Sally Thompson
(Clav Ref); m 24 Nov 1832 Morris Tanner (Clav Ref).
630.Samuel Edward, b 23 Dec 1820, bp 28 Jan 1821; sp. parents (Clav Ref); m 3 Sep
1842 Julia Ann Schaver of Taghanic (Clav Ref).
631.Geddy, b 27 Aug 1823, bp 14 Sep 1823 (Chrch L).

188. THOMAS HANER, b 25 Aug 1798, bp 30 Sep 1798; sp Johannes Enerson, Jr., &

Margareth Miller (Clav Ref). Thomas has middle initial J at baptisms of two of his children. He
m Elizabeth Teter (Teater). Thomas Haner d 1880 (American Ancestry, by Hughes, p. 51) and
was town clerk, supervisor, and poormaster, Taghanic, NY. Elizabeth was living in 1882, per
court proceedings Hudson, NY.

+
632.John Hiram, b 21 Oct 1820
+
633.Henry Freeman, b 29 Dec 1821
634.Martin Luther, b 15 May 1823, bp 27 Jul 1823 (Chrch L) (sp not given); d 29 Sep
1861, bu Churchtown cem.
635.Harriet, b 14 Mar 1825, bp 14 Aug 1825 (Chrch L); d 15 Nov 1852, age 27 yr 1 mo
11 da (doesn't check). The g-s has d age 24.
636.Charlotte, b 21 Nov 1826, bp 26 Oct 1828 (Chrch L); d 1 Aug 1872; unm.
637.Amelia (Ameline), b 4 Jan 1829, bp 7 Jul 1829 (Chrch L).

+
638.George, b 25 Oct 1830
639.Sarah (Sally), b 8 Sep 1835, bp 30 Jun 1839 (Chrch L); m Walter Moore.
+
640.Jacob, b 13 Apr 1838
641.Eva Elizabeth, b 3 Jan 1840, bp 4 Feb 1842 (Clav Ref). She m John Crive(?) per court
proceedings 1882, Hudson, NY.

189. HENRICH J. HANER, b 7 Jun 1801, bp 12 Jul 1801; sp Henrich Enerson & Elizabeth
Miller (Clav Ref). The middle initial “J” is given in the bp record of his son Reuben, and is “I” in
bp records of John Henry and Emeline. In German script “J” is similar to “I”. He m Charity
Fritz (Friss, Fries). Note: This Henry I. Haner is son of Jacob G. Haner. Another Henry I. Haner,
son of John Peter Haner, is listed as b 7 Mar 1801 (see #465), a near-coincidence of dates.
642.William, b 28 May 1824, bp 4 Jul 1824 (Clav Ref).
643.Reuben, b 6 Jun 1826, bp 10 Jul 1826 (Clav Ref).
644.John Henry, b 30 Jul 1829, bp 2 Aug 1835 (Chrch L).
645.Emeline, b 6 Sep 1834, bp 2 Aug 1835 (Chrch L).

190. ALLEN HANOR, b 17 Sep 1793 Claverack, NY, d 18 Jan 1870 in East Worcester
(Milford) NY; changed the spelling to HANOR. He m Charlotte Soules, b Claverack 30 Jun
1795, d Milford 16 Jan 1866. Issue in Claverack.
+
646.William Anson, b 27 Mar 1820
+
647.George, b 24 May 1821
648.Sarah Ann, b 3 Jun 1823; unm.
649.Cordelia, b 8 Mar 1828, d 17 May 1860; m an Allen; both bu Valley Cemetery, called
Brick School House Cemetery, between Garretsville and Burlington, NY.

+
650.Benjamin, b 22 Jan 1830
+
651.Erastus, b 25 May 1835
652.Julia, b 18 Aug 1837; unm.
193. BETSEY HANOR, b 8 Aug 1801, d 1855; m 1829 John Shutts, b 28 Aug 1803, d 8 May
1873. Came to Maryland, Otsego Co. NY, later a farmer at Westford NY; s/o Simon Shutts &
Elizabeth (Betsey) Lewis of Linlithgo, Columbia Co., NY. After 1855, John Shutts m (2nd)
Electa — , who may have been the Electa listed as wife of John Vanderbo in the 1855 census of
Maryland, NY. Issue: (SHUTTS)
653.George A., b 18 Nov 1829 Westford, NY, d 6 Jul 1891; m Jerusha Chamberlain of
Maryland, NY. He was a carpenter; no issue.
654.Sally E., b 7 Mar 1839, d 1883; m Jacob Van DeBoe of Claverack, NY. They had 4
children, none of whom had heirs: .
Emma; .
Frank; .
Anna; .
Harry.
655.Mary A., b 1841; may have been known as Almira; m — Van DeBoe. Issue: .
Elmer
E.; .
Alace

194. SALLY HANER, b 15 Nov 1803 in Worcester, NY; m Eli Reynolds, (the name is given as
Eli Richmond in her father’s will); issue in Worcester: (REYNOLDS)
656.Amanda, m Edmund Holly
657.Bell, m Nelson Plank
658.Henry C.

195. CHARLES HANER, b 5 Jun 1806, d 7 May 1860 (g-s has d age 53 y, 10 m, 27 d). He
m(1) Almira Tracy, d 14 Apr 1854 age 46 y 10 m 7 d (g-s), hence b ca Jun 1807, d/o Sanford
Tracy & Betsy of Austerlitz, NY. They and their dau. bu at Spencertown, NY. This line is not
well authenticated.
+
659.Henry, b ca 1832
660.Sally Miranda, d 14 Jun 1841 age 6 y, 4 m, 28 d (g-s) hence b 17 Jan 1835.
+
661.Elisha, b ca 1842
662.(another son, not proved)
195. CHARLES HANER, b 5 Jun 1806; m(2) ca 1855 Elizabeth, who may be the Elizabeth
Hanor b 1828, d 1903, (“my mother”) bu Austerlitz, NY.
196. DATUS ENSIGN HANOR (Dayton Haynor), b 12 Jun 1809, d 28 Aug 1891; farmer at
Hillsdale, NY. He m Mary J— , d 23 Sep 1864 age 45y8 m10 d.
+
663.Charles Smith, b 1843
664.Josephine, b ca 1851; m Cyrus (Sylvanus) Tyler
197. IRA CHARLES HANOR, b 7 May 1811, d 31 Jul 1871. In some records, including his
father’s will, proved 28 Apr 1847, he is named as Ira Clark Hanor. He m Abigail Sperry.
+
665.Ira Sperry, b Aug 1851
198. EPHRAIM BENJAMIN HANOR, b 17 Sep 1814, d 15 Nov 1887 East Worcester, NY; m
13 Mar 1845 Clarinda Bunn, b 14 Mar 1810 East Worcester, d there 11 Jul 1889.
+
666.Abigail B., b 6 Dec 1849
667.Dorliskay Clarinda, b 20 Jul 1851; m Frank Smith
+
668.Frederick S., b 24 Dec 1854
669.Amanda M., b 1 Feb 1856
199. HARVEY M. HANOR, b 7 Jan 1817 Columbia Co NY, d 27 Dec 1891 Schenevus, NY. He
m in Maryland, Otsego Co NY on 18 Sep 1843 Amanda M. Chase, b 12 Sep 1824 Chaseville,
NY, d 1912 East Worcester, NY; she was d/o Dean Chase and Anna Babcock of Massachusetts.
Harvey was a carpenter and cabinet maker as well as a farmer and sawmill operator in Maryland,
NY, removed to Schenevus after 1872.
670.Dwight W., b 10 Feb 1850, d 1857
671.DeWitt C., b 7 Oct 1858, d May 1859
672.Harvey Benjamin, b 13 May 1860, d 1908 East Worcester NY.

203. WILHELMUS HANER, b 28 Jul 1770 Brunswick, NY; sp John & Elizabeth Teator (Alb
Ref); d 15 Jan 1850 Troy, NY; m(1) 24 Apr 1793 Mary Wheeler, b 17 May 1763, d 1803; b and
d in Brunswick, NY. Family tradition is that she died 10 years 10 months after her marriage.
Wilhelmus Heiner and his brother Frederick received leases in Troy Town (NY) from Stephen
Van Rensselaer in 1800; the record is confusing. On 24 Nov 1800 Wilhelmus got 181 acres, but
part of this was actually his brother’s lease. Issue of Frederick in Brunswick, NY
+
673.John Wilhelmus, b 17 Mar 1794

+
674.Maria, b 26 Mar 1796
675.Catharina, b 16 Apr 1797 (Bible 26 Apr); sp Peter Hoener, Jr. & wife Elizabeta (Gil
Luth). Possibly the Catharine Haner who m 20 Dec 1817 in Troy (2nd Street Pres) an Elisha
Sanders (Saunders); note name of Catharine’s infant half-brother born 1816.

676.Elizabeth, b 7 Jan 1799; sp Friedrich Hoener & wife Elizabetha (Gil Luth).

+
677.Nicholas, b 26 Feb 1801
678.Sally, b 15 Dec 1803; sp by parents (Gil Luth).
203. WILHELMUS HANER, b 28 Jul 1770, m(2) Sarah Porter Monfort (Sally), b 17 Feb
1784 in France, d 15 Jan 1850 Brunswick, NY. They were m in Brunswick on 4 Aug 1805.
679.Henry (Henrich), b 1 Sep 1806 (Bible has 8 Sep); bp 27 Oct 1806; sp parents (Gil
Luth). He m Eva, issue (names unknown) and d in Brunswick, NY.
680.Hannah, b 17 Dec 1808, bp 23 Apr 1809 (Gil Luth chbk erroneously gives mother’s
name as Hanna). She m a Wheeler; no children of her own, just stepchildren.
681.Julia, b 14 Apr 1811; bp 18 May 1811 (Gil Luth); d 5 Mar 1838.
682.Jeremiah, b 20 Jan 1814 (Bible has 7 Jan), d 14 Aug 1838

+
683.Elisha Saunders, b 12 Nov 1816
+
684.William H., b 6 Jan 1819
+
685.Sarah J., b 12 Mar 1821
+
686.Marcellus McManus, b 5 Nov 1823
204. PETRUS HANER, b 15 Feb 1772 Brunswick NY, d in Grafton, NY; was recorded as Peter
Hoener, Jr. at 1796 baptism of his son Elias. He m Elizabeth Weager, d 27 Mar 1844 age 76 yr;
had issue in Brunswick. Probably 3 additional children died young: Maria 1799, Catherine 1801,
and one b 1803.
+
687.John P.J., b 10 Jul 1791
688.John Jacob, b 31 Mar 1794; sp Johann Wieler (Wheeler) & wife Anna Maria (Gil
Luth).

+
689.Elias, b 10 Jun 1796
+
690.David Peter, b 1 Mar 1802
+
691.Adam P., b 25 Oct 1805
+
692.Catharina, b 20 Dec 1808
+
693.Andrew P., b 6 Jan 1814
205. ANNA MARIA HANER, b 3 Apr 1774 Brunswick, NY; d 23 Dec 1811 West Sand Lake,
NY; m John Wheeler (Wihler, Wieler); issue West Sand Lake, NY: (WHEELER)
694.Mary, b 10 Sep 1791; bp 27 Nov 1791, sp Nicholas Wheeler & Maria Decker (Alb
Ref).
695.John, b 9 Feb 1794; sp Johannes Hohner & Catharina (Gil Luth); sponsors not
recorded in chbk.
696.Catharina (“Reany”?), b 13 May 1796; sp Wilhelm Hoener & wife Anna Maria (Gil
Luth); m 28 Nov 1815 John Dater, s/o Henry Dater & Christina Fake.
697.Nicolas, b 7 May 1798; sp Philipp Kunz & wife Elizabetha (Gil Luth).
698.Philip Henry, b 20 Jun 1800; sp par (Gil Luth). (per father’s will)
699.Lena, b 11 Feb 1804; sp par (Gil Luth).
700.William, b 25 Apr 1806; sp par (Gil Luth).
701.Elizabeth
702.Hiram, b 14 Aug 1810; sp par (Gil Luth).

206. FREDERICK HANER, b 14 Feb 1776, d Apr 1807; b and d Brunswick, NY; affidavit of
his death filed by his father in Rensselaer Co. court house in Troy, NY. Frederick Haner got his

lease of 111.4 acres on Sweet Milk Creek from Stephen Van Rensselaer on 24 Feb 1800 which
was part of the 181-acre lease received on Nov 24 1800 by his brother Wilhelmus. He m
Elisabeth Link, b 1768 Livingston Manor, d 3 Jun 1848 Brunswick, NY, d/o Wilhelmus &
Maria Link. She m 2nd Thomas Miller. Issue of Frederick in Brunswick, NY.

703.Philip E., b 16 Feb 1796; sp Johannes Hoener & wife Catharina, “grandparents” (Gil
Luth); d 22 Jul 1854.

+
704.Henry Frederick, b 9 Jan 1798
+
705.Jacob Frederick, b 4 Mar 1800
+
706.David Frederick, b 30 Jan 1803
+
707.Mary Ann, b 16 Oct 1805
207. GEORG HANER (Jurge), b 16 Apr 1778; sp Johannes Dater, Jr. & wife Elizabeth (Gil
Luth); d 16 Feb 1854, Brunswick, NY; he kept the old spelling of name Haner when others
changed it to Hayner. He m Rebecca Rau, b 1775, d 19 Oct 1850, b and d Brunswick, NY. All
the children were baptized at Gilead Lutheran Church, sponsored by the parents.
708.Catharina, b 19 Feb 1799

+
709.Johannes Rau, b 13 Nov 1802
710 Hiram, b 8 Sep 1804
711.Jeremias, b 26 Apr 1806
712.Urias Zornberger, b 15 Sep 1808, bp 7 Feb 1809.
209. JACOB HANER, b 16 May 1780; sp Jacob Zipperly & wife Elizabeth (Gil Luth); d 29 Sep
1808, b and d Brunswick, NY; m Elizabeth van Beuren; issue baptized at Gilead Luth Church,
Brunswick Center, NY.
+ 713.John Dater, b 12 Apr 1801 (middle name also spelled Doeter, Theater). There seems
to be no sure connection of this John Dater Haner with John T. Hayner, b ca 1825, a drummer in
the Civil War who died in prison, probably had daughter Clara C. who was b 22 Feb 1858, d
1937, m Joseph Hoose. Their dau Jessie Hoose b 10 Dec 1888 m Earl Rae.
714.Cornelius, b 22 Oct 1802, d 3 Nov 1825; sp by parents (Gil Luth).
715.Catharina, b 7 Jul 1804 (not in Gilead Luth Chbk).
716.Elizabeth, b 4 Mar 1806; sp by parents (Gil Luth).
717.Mary Magdalena, b 11 Jan 1808; sp John Haner & wife Catharina (Gil Luth).

210. CATHARINA HANER, b 19 Oct 1782, sp Philipp Dater & wife Catharina (Gil Luth); d 8
Oct 1846 in VT; m John Ferdinand Westinghouse (Johannes Wistenhaus, Weisenhouser), b 5
Dec 1780 Pownal, VT, d 3 Oct 1834 Pownal VT. Issue: (all ch bp at Gil Luth)
(WESTINGHOUSE)

718.Elizabeth, b 13 May 1801; sp Johannes Hoener & wife Catharina, “grandparents”; d
22 Jul 1812.

719.Mary, b 6 Feb 1803, bp 10 Apr 1803; sp par; d 1 May 1894. She m — Steenrod,
issue: .
Charlotte, b 5 Apr 1824 Minaville, Montgomery Co. NY, d 24 May 1913 Hoosick, NY;
m William McClumpha.

720.Catherine, b 19 Oct 1804, bp 9 Nov 1804, sp par; d 14 Jul 1877; m Daniel Bates, Jr.,
b Nov 1805, Pownal, VT, d 24 Jun 1846. All ch except #5 were born in Pownal, VT. Issue: .
Daniel Francis, b 3 Aug 1827, d 24 Mar 1903; m Harriet Elizabeth Stillman, b 10 Sep 1832, d 22
May 1902 (Harriet 1854, Fannie E. 1856, Audria M. 1860, Daniel Joseph 1862, Orrin C. 1868);
.
Ephriam Franklin, b 3 Oct 1829, d 29 Jul 1831; .
Ephriam Franklin Bates (again), b 22 Nov
1831, m Jane Hall ( — 1870, Charles F. 1874, Jennie 1878, Hattie E. 1879, — 1882, Franklin
Westinghouse 1883); .
John Ferdinand, b 14 Nov 1834, m Mary — (Martha Isabel, Charles
1855); .
George Haynor, b 29 Oct 1837 Granville WA, d 18 Jul 1875, m 27 Dec 1863 Marrietta
Parker Brownell, b 25 Sep 1837, d 23 Mar 1917 (Beulah Walling 1867 d.y., Merle Brownell

1873); .
Harriett Matilda, b 19 Dec 1839, d 19 Jun 1842; .
Edwin, b 16 Nov 1841, d 17 Jan
1911, m Lydia E. Battles, b 1844, d 1924 (Katherine, Julius Edwin 1864); .
Julius, b 22 Apr
1844, m 19 May 1869 Elizabeth Burton (Walter F. 1870, Emiline, 1872).

721.John Hanor, b 17 Jan 1807 VT, bp Gil Luth; m(1) 24 Jan 1829 in Pownal VT Philetta
Gardner; issue: .
William Haner, b ca 1829,a farmer at Oswego Co., NY. He m(1) Harriett
Jeanett Taylor, b 1837, d 1916; m(2) Clara L— ; .
Levi C., b ca 1837; .
Mary E., b ca 1833; .
Adeline, b ca 1837;... John H. m(2) 28 Nov 1843 in VT Eliza A. Gardner, b ca 1815, d 28 Apr
1847, bu Central Bridge, NY; .
Julian(?) b ca 1845; m(3) Laura A., b ca 1818; issue: .
Charles
H., b 1847; .
Gilbert, b 11 Aug 1848 in NY (he named a daughter Laura.)

722.George, b 3 Mar 1809 North Pownal VT, bp 20 Mar 1809 Gil Luth, d 28 Dec 1884
Pittsburgh, PA; bu Vale cem., Schenectady NY. He m 4 Jul 1830 Emeline Vedder, b 19 Sep 1810
Glenville, Schenectady Co. NY, d 30 Dec 1895 Pittsburgh PA. Issue: .
Catherine, b ca 1832, d
1882, bu Schenectady NY; m Spencer Moore, d 1889 (George W, Frank W.); .
Jay, b 1835
Montgomery Co. NY, d 1890; m 29 or 20 Nov 1859 Lovantia Augusta Hall b 1836 Sanford NY
(Charles Spofford, Albert Moore, Jay Chauncey, Emeline, Jay Alexander); .
Mary, b ca 1838
Montgomery Co. NY; unm; .
John, b 12 Aug 1840 Montgomery Co. NY, d 2 Sep 1890; m
Harriet van Vranken Bradt, b 25 Jan 1834, d 2 Feb 1890 (Harriet 1875); .
Albert, b ca 1843
Central Bridge, Schoharie Co. NY, d 1864 Civil War, McLeod’s Mills, LA; .
Henry Herman, b
ca 1844, d Oct 1849, Central Bridge NY; .
George, Jr., b 6 Oct 1846 Central Bridge NY, d 12
Mar 1914 New York City, bu Arlington Nat. Cem.; m 8 Aug 1867 Marguerite Erskine Walker, b
1842 Roxbury, NY, d 23 Jun 1914 Boston, MA; bu Arlington Nat. Cem. He pioneered the use of
alternating current, and invented the air brake (George III 1883); .
Elizabeth, b ca 1849 Central
Bridge NY; unm; .
Herman Henry, b 16 Nov 1853 Central Bridge, NY, d 18 Nov 1933, bu
Woodlawn cem, Bronx, NY; m 20 Jun 1875 Clara Louise Saltmarsh, b Ithaca, NY (Fletcher).

723.William, b 24 May 1811; sp par; d 16 Nov 1815

724.Elizabeth Catherine, b 14 Jul 1814; d 3 Apr 1890; m — Lyman.

725.Juliet, b 12 Dec 1815; no sp; d 10 Oct 1826

726.Margaret Adaline, b 2 Aug 1818; no sp; probably d young

727.Jane, b 26 Apr 1821, d Dec 1898; m — Chauncey.

728.Abigail Louise, b 31 Dec 1823, d 14 Feb 1825

729.Abigail Louise, b 16 Jul 1826 Pownal VT, d 11 Apr 1899 (birth date from a Bible
copied by #721.) She res Schenectady NY; m 1850 William Morgan Jones, upholsterer, b 15 Jun
1821 New York, NY, d 1 Mar 1896 Schenectady NY. Issue: .
William Chauncey, b 4 Aug 1853
New York NY, d 8 Sep 1924 Los Angeles, CA; m Eleonora Musselman, b 2 Dec 1860 Des
Moines, IA. d 16 Aug 1938. He was an early citrus grower in CA, a dairy owner, restauranteur;
(Walter Morris 1885, Maude Louise 1887, Edna Marita 1890); [Maude Louise Jones m Wilbur
Floyd Goodban, who was active in aeronautics]; .
George Westinghouse, b 21 Aug 1857, d 24
Oct 1925 Niskayuna, Schenectady Co, NY; m(1) Matilda F. H. Gerhold, b ca 1858, d 23 Dec
1895; m(2) 24 Sep 1906 Sarah E. Phillips in CA; letters from Sarah in San Francisco to George in
Schenectady NY are preserved, including one on the day of the Great 1906 Earthquake. George
had no known offspring from either marriage.

211. ANDREAS HANER, b 23 May 1785; sp Andreas Heinemann & wife Anna (Gil Luth); d 8
Jun 1851, b and d Brunswick, NY, where he lived on the old homestead; bu Haynerville NY. He
m 12 Nov 1805 Margaret Lohnes, b 5 Apr 1787, d 6 Apr 1861, b and d Brunswick, NY, d/o
Sebastian Lohnes & Margaret Coonradt. Andreas changed his name to ANDREW HAYNER.
+
730.Katharine, b 17 Oct 1806
+
731.Sebastian, b 14 Apr 1809
+
732.Elizabeth, b 16 Apr 1811
733.Christina, b 25 Dec 1812, bp 24 Jan 1813 (Gil Luth).

+
734.John Andrew, b 15 Mar
+
735.David Andrew, b 31 Jan 1816
+
736.Henry Andrew, b 21 Mar 1818
+
737.Joseph W., b 26 May 1820
+
738.Andrew A., b 17 Jun 1822
+
739.Isaac, b 23 Jan 1825
+
740.Mary Ann, b 29 Mar 1827
741.Enoch, b 26 Jan 1830 (Gil Luth)
+
742.Moses Senderling, b 28 Apr 1831
212. HENRY J. HENER (Heinrich), b 8 Nov 1787; sp Heinrich Daether (Dater) & wife
Christina (Gil Luth); d 24 Sep 1838; m Christina Lohnes, b 17 Sep 1784, d 1 Sep 1834, d/o
Sebastian Lohnes & Margaret Coonradt. Both Henry and his wife were b and d in Brunswick,
NY. Census records show that after the death of his wife in 1834, Henry was living with his son
Adan’s family and apparently died betweenb the 1860 and 1870 censuses. The family Bible, in
German, dated by someone as “about 1735," is in the possession of Louis Hayner Kurrelmayer, a
g-g-g-grandson of Henry J. Hener. In this old Bible the name is spelled HENER, which would be
pronounced as is Hayner in later generations. A later Bible, in English, is missing. Baptismal
records at Gilead Lutheran Church use the Haner spelling.
+
743.Margaret, b 1 Jun 1808 (Bible: Margreda)
+
744.Adam, b 18 Nov 1809
+
745.Jerrie (George), b 22 Apr 1812
746.Eva, b 31 May 1814
+
747.Christina, b 11 Mar 1816
748.Catharina Maria, b 20 May 1818 (Gil Luth has her as Caty Mariah , b 26 Jun 1818).
749.Sophia, b 2 Mar 1820 (Bible: Soffe)
+
750.William Henry, b 26 May 1822 (Bible: Wiliem Henrich)
751.Almira (b 13 Apr 1824, d 19 Jul 1829) (Bible: Almirahs)
222. MAGDALENA HOENER (Lany), b 12 Sep 1774, d 25 Jan 1867, m 1794 Adam Clum, b7
Feb 1774, d 26 Aug 1847, s/o Henrich Clum (Klum) and Elizabeth Dowdell; both Magdalena and
her husband b and d Brunswick, NY; res at Clum’s Corners. Issue: (CLUM)
752.Henry Adam, b 1 Jul 1795; sp Heinrich Klum & wife Elisabetha (Gil Luth); d 12 Jun
1879 Brunswick, NY; m 17 Apr 1816 Eunice Worthington, b 6 Jul 1798, d 25 Sep 1865.

753.Christina Clum, b 14 Sep 1797; sp Martinus Hoener & wife Christina “grandparents”
(Gil Luth); d 21 Mar 1891; she m Stephen Colehamer, farmer, b Oct 1792, d 28 Aug 1867, s/o
George Martin and Eve Colehamer. Both Christina and Stephen b Brunswick, Rensselaer Co,
NY, bu Eagle Mills, NY. Issue: .
George S., b 15 May 1817, d 27 Jun 1879, m Eliza Derick;
their daughter Mary (Alice?), b 14 Jul 1847, m 1868 Michael Philip Hayner (#1590), no
children; .
Mary Elizabeth (see below); .
Rachell Adeline, b 13 Feb 1822, m 1850 Timothy
Simmons, no ch; .
Magdalena (Lany), b 2 Jun 1825, m 1858 Edward L. Roberts (1 dau).
Christina’s 2nd child, in Generation [6], was

[6].Mary Elizabeth Colehamer, b 8 Mar 1819, d 28 Jun 1902 She m 29 Oct 1840
Joseph Jeremiah Finkell, farmer, b 2 Feb 1817, d 29 Apr 1885, s/o Henry Finkell &
Catherine Schmidt. Both Mary and Joseph b in Brunswick, NY, and d at Town of
Root, Montgomery Co, NY and are bu near there at Argusville, Schoharie Co, NY.
The Finkell line is being researched by Herman W. Witthoft of Chatham, NY. We
give here only the line of Mary Elizabeth’s granddaughter Florence Zula Shafer,
which is carried in part in our 2nd edition. One son was Arba Reed Finkell (b
1866), who m Antoinette Delicia “Nettie” Fay and was father of Florence Irene who

m Harold Yates Kling. Another child, 10th of 11 children, was

[7].Ida Adelaide Finkell, b 15 Mar 1863 Brunswick, Rensselaer Co. NY, 20 Apr
1942 East Schodack, NY. Res. Argusville, NY. She m Wellington Shafer, b 19 Feb
1858 Whiteside Co., IL, d 27 Jun 1945, a farmer, s/o Daniel D. Shafer and Sophia
Kilts. Both Ida and Wellington d at East Schodack, Rensselaer Co., NY home of
their dau Florence, 2nd of their 3 children.

[8].Florence Zula Shafer, b 6 Apr 1890 Town of Root, NY, d 21 Oct 1986
Valatie, NY; elem teacher, res Chatham. NY. She m 30 Apr 1921 Rev. Charles
Martin Witthoft, b 28 Sep 1889 in (now) Kingston, NY, d 27 Dec 1989 Valatie, NY;
s/o Peter Herman Heinrich Friedrich Witthoft & Anna Maria Doris Domcke; a
Lutheran minister. Issue: (4 daughters, 2 sons, grandchildren).

754.Martinus, b 6 Apr 1800; sp Martinus Hoener & wife Christina (Gil Luth); d 30 Dec
1870 Brunswick, NY; m Sally Worthington, b 2 Sep 1801, d 1 Oct 1850.
755.Elizabeth, b 1 Sep 1802; sp George Sipperly & Elizabeth (Gil Luth), d 28 Mar 1882
Brunswick, NY; m 1 Jul 1826 John J. Wager.

756.Leonard Conrad (Coonradt), b 31 Mar 1805, d 12 Jun 1876 Raymertown, NY; m(1)
13 Apr 1826 Rebecca File (#402), b 1 Jul 1807, d 18 Apr 1854, d/o Isaac File & Rebecca
Heiner (#98). Issue: (CLUM) .
son, b 8 May 1827, d 25 May 1827; .
Isaac F., b 17 Jan 1829; .
John Henry, b 12 Aug 1831, d 13 Jun 1840; .
Ira, b 3 Jun 1833, d 24 Nov 1900; .
David, b 28
Oct 1837, d 23 May 1848; .
Alvah, b 16 Aug 1840, d 15 May 1888; .
Charles Melvin, b 24 Aug
1843, d 10 Feb 1881; .
Henrietta, b 27 Aug 1845, d 8 Jun 1859; .
Sanford, b 28 Dec 1848, d 7
Oct 1915; .
Jacob S., b ca 1850, d ca 1912; m 12 Nov 1874 Amelia J. Hayner (#1772), b 13 Jul
1851 or 52, d ca 1929; see under her code number for their 7 children..... Leonard Conrad Clum
m(2) 16 Oct 1855 Mary Ann Snyder, b 16 Aug 1820, d 1909, d/o Ludwig Snyder & Christina
File (#397). Issue: 11.Ella Elizabeth (1858) m Goodwin Rose (8 ch); 12.Myron (1861); 13.Willie
(1863).

757.Adam, b 3 Feb 1808, d 29 Mar 1871 Brunswick, NY; unm.
758.Jacob, b 31 Dec 1810, d 17 Nov 1891 Brunswick, NY; m Catharina Brust (#1268), b

12 Sep 1814, d 13 May 1894, d/o Jacob Brust and Margaret Haner (#463).
759.Eva, b 27 Sep 1813, d 16 Sep 1894 Brunswick, NY; unm.
760.Mary Magdalena, b 29 Apr 1816, d 28 Apr 1907 Brunswick, NY; m(1) 7 Oct 1835

Moses Smith, b 28 Jan 1814, d 17 Apr 17 1846 Brunswick, s/o Frederick Smith & Eva File
(#143), issue: .
Mary Christina, b 1836, .
Herrick, b 1839; m(2) 19 Mar 1862 John Dater.

223.JOHAN HEINER (John), b Brunswick, NY, d Schaghticoke, NY; m Maria Wager; issue
in Schaghticoke:

+ 761.Martin John, b 19 May 1808
224. BARBARA HENER (Rosina Barbara) b 1775, m 23 Nov 1799 Adam Herder, Jr. Placed
here because 2 of her children appear to be named for the parents of #224. Issue: (HERDER)
762.Timothy, b 28 Jun 1800, bp 24 Aug 1800; sp parents (Clav Ref).
763.Martinus, b 22 Sep 1802, bp 16 Jan 1803; sp parents (Clav Ref).
764.Christina, b 18 Aug 1804, bp 16 Sep 1804; sp parents (Clav Ref).
765.Polly, b 26 Oct 1806, bp 21 Dec 1806; sp parents (Clav Ref).

225. ZACHARIAH M. HANER, b ca 1778 Brunswick, NY, d there 29 Apr 1813; m Eve Clum
(is Eva at bp of her children), b 15 Jul 1785 Eagle Mills, NY, d 21 Oct 1827; her brother Adam
Clum m Zachariah’s sister Magdalena (Lany) (#222). Adam and Eve were children of Henry
Clum and Elizabeth Dowdell. The gravestone of Zachariah bears the HANER spelling, while that
of his wife Eve, who died 14 years after his death, has HAYNER inscribed on it; they are buried

side by side. Issue in Center Brunswick, NY.

766.Martin, b 1 Sep 1800, bp 5 Oct 1800; sp Martinus Hoener & wife Christina Catharina
(Gil Luth). [We cannot connect this Martin directly with #179 Martin Haner, b 1793, who m(2)
Christina who was b ca 1801. The 1855 census of Greene Co. shows a Haner family with Martin
age 60, 30 yr in Greene Co., b in Columbia Co. (not Rensselaer Co.), wife Christina age 54, 15 yr
in Greene Co., b Albany Co., Minia, age 17, 17 yr in Greene Co.]

767.Henry, b 18 Sep 1801; sp Henrich Klom & wife Elizabeth (Gil Luth). Prob. d. young.

+
768.Christina J., b 2 Oct 1803
769.Jacob, b 31 Jul 1805; sp parents (Gil Luth).
770.Leonard, b 6 Jul 1807; sp parents (Gil Luth).
771.Elizabeth, b 6 Jul 1809, bp 13 Aug 1809 (Gil Luth); m Tunis Becker, both d bef.
1892.

772.Henry, b 7 Apr 1810. An 1892 letter from Adam Z. Hayner speaks of “my only
brother H. Z. Hayner, who is dead,” We believe he is the lawyer listed in the earliest Troy city
directory (1829-1831) as Henry Z. Hayner, who married Mary Catharine Wheeler of Brunswick,
NY on 15 Nov 1838.

+
773.Adam Zachariah, b 18 May 1812
226. HENDRICK MARTINUS HANER (Hayner), b 23 Jun 1780; sp Heinrich Schiffer & wife
Magdalena (Gil Luth); d 26 Sep 1852. He was b and d Brunswick, NY; m 6 Jul 1802 Nancy
Eddy, b 21 Jan 1782 Brunswick NY, d 7 Jun 1866 Clifton Park, NY. Issue in Brunswick, most bu
Clifton Park, NY:
774.Christina, b 14 Jul 1804; sp Martinus Hoener & wife Christina (Gil Luth); d 16 Jun
1811.

+
775.Mary Ann, b 16 Jun 1806.
+
776.Tisdale Eddy, b 28 Jul 1808
777.Hannah, b 15 Aug 1810, d 2 Jun 1877; m — Knowlton.
+
778.Emily, b 4 Mar 1814, 11 May 1851
779.Laney, b 1 Apr 1816, d Clifton Park 10 Mar 1898, bu Jonesville, NY; unm.
780.Sibyl C., b 19 Jul 1818, d 27 Dec 1898 Clifton Park; unm.
781.Cynthia, b 12 Aug 1820, d 18 Feb Oct 1821
782.Zachariah, b 22 Mar 1822, d 1 Jan 1857 (6 Jan 1857 may be date of burial.)
227. JACOB MARTINUS HANER (Hayner), b 16 Jan 1783, sp Jacob Weger, Sr. & wife
Magdalena (Gil Luth); d 1 Jun 1860, b and d Brunswick, NY; m 24 Dec 1802 Jane van der
Cook, b 22 May 1786 Cooksboro, NY, d/o Henry van der Cook & Anna Francisco. Jane’s sister
Mary Nora van der Cook m Wilhelmus Haner (#135). Issue in Brunswick, NY; one son and 3
daughters married members of Freiot family.
+
783.Sylvester, b 13 Mar 1805
784.Joel K., b 23 Dec 1807, d 16 Jul 1810
+
785.Permilla, b 14 May 1810
786.Mary, b 16 Oct 1812, d 8 Oct 1822
+
787.Electa, b 23 Aug 1815
+
788.Jane Ann, b 5 Feb 1818
+
789.Olive, b 18 Jan 1821
790.Mary (2nd), b 8 Jul 1823, d 16 Mar 1883 in Brunswick, NY. She m George Freiot,
son of Joseph Freiot and Nancy Elliot, brother of Isaac Freiot, who m Mary’s sister Olive.

+
791.Martinus Henry, b 31 Jan 1826
792.Julia Ann, b 1 Dec 1830, d 26 Oct 1831
228. ELIZABETH HAINER, b 18 Nov 1785; sp Bernhard Zipperle & wife Margaretha (Gil

Luth). She m Andreas Milius. Although we place them here, tentatively, this marriage and the 8
ch very likely belong to a different Elizabeth who m Andreas Milius, possibly #97 who was b
1770, since the first child was born when the presumed mother was just 12 years old. The
following are in Gilead chbk as children of Andreas Milius and wife Elisabetha Hoenerin.
However note that the sponsor of eldest dau. Anna Maria was #21 Conrad Heiner, an uncle of
#97 Elizabeth, and the sponsor of the second child Eva was #225 Zachariah Haner, older brother
of this #228 Elizabeth. Issue: (MILIUS)

793.Anna Maria, b 7 Jan 1798; bp 15 Jan 1798; sp Kunred Hoener & wife Margaretha.

794.Eva, b 19 Feb 1801, bp 22 Mar 1801; sp Zacharias Hoener & wife Eva.

795.Conrad, b 4 Apr 1803, bp 29 May 1803; sp Christian Bonestiel & Catherina Millius.

796.Johannes, b 11 Jun 1806, bp 18 Aug 1806; sp Johannes Haner & Catharina.

797.Sebastian, b 4 Jan 1808, bp 13 Mar 1808; sp Sebastian Lohnes & wife.

798.Elisabeth, b 19 Jan 1811, bp 10 Feb 1811, sp Adam Lohnes & Elisabeth.

799.Jacob, b 20 Sep 1812, bp 15 Nov 1812; sp Jacob File & Anna.

800.Catharine, b 15 Jun 1814; sp by parents.

229. MARGARET HANER, b 16 Feb 1789 Brunswick, NY; sp Sebastian Lohnes & wife
Margaretha (Gil Luth); d there 6 May 1840. She m 19 Jul 1807 Adam File (#142), b 13 Sep
1782, d 5 Oct 1860. Issue in Brunswick, NY (bp at Gil Luth): (FILE)
801.Catharina, b 30 Jan 1808
802.Moses, b 31 May 1812
803.Maria Christina, b 1 May 1819, d 8 Jun 1827

230. MARTINUS M. HANER (Martin M. Hayner), b 6 Aug 1791 Brunswick, NY; sp Thomas
Weeger & wife Elizabeth (Gil Luth); d there 11 Apr 1844; m Brunswick NY Sarah Boomhower,
b 5 Nov 1795, d 25 Jan 1877 (or b 5 Jun 1795 according to a granddaughter); buried with her
husband on the farm where they lived, in a small cemetery on a hill guarded by tall trees, about 2
miles northeast of Gilead Lutheran Church.
+
804.Christina, b 12 Feb 1814
+
805.Mary, b 9 Feb 1817
+
806.Aaron, b 12 Jan 1819
+
807.Hiram, b 24 Feb 1821
+
808.Anson, b 28 Jan 1823
+
809.Margaret Ann, b 17 Jun 1825
810.Caroline, b 30 Mar 1827, d 19 Dec 1828
+
811.Lewis, b 4 Oct 1830
235. CONRADT PHILLIPUS HANER (Conrad P. Hayner), b 30 Jun 1810 Schaghticoke, NY;
bp 9 Sep 1810 (Gil Luth), d there; m Hannah Elizabeth Hearman, d/o Jacob Hearman & Anna
Doty.
+
812.Catherine, b 15 Apr 1849
813.Adaline, unm.
+
814.Herman J.
815.Charles F., b 1858, d 1937 Lansingburg, NY; m(1) Phoebe Crane, b 19 Dec 1866
Brunswick, NY, d 1896 Troy, NY; m(2) Anna M. Rose, b 1865, d 1938; no issue.

236. GEORGE MARTIN HANER, b 8 Aug 1811, bp 22 Aug 1811 (Gil Luth) b and d
Schaghticoke, NY; d 4 Jan 1883, bu Old Brick Church cem., Brunswick. No middle name given
at bp. He m Lucinda Sipperly, d 1869, d/o Barnard C. Cipperly & Catherine; her sister Sarah m
Aaron Hayner, #806..
816.Harvey

+
817.Mary Elizabeth, b 1843
+
818.Lemuel, b 1839
238. BENJAMIN MARTINUS HAYNER, b 13? Dec 1813 Brunswick, NY; bp 26 Jan 1814 2nd
Street Pres. Church of Troy), d 16 Mar 1893 Raymertown, NY; teacher, farmer; m(1) 30 Oct
1843 Fanny Smith, b 4 Apr 1821, d 17 Jan 1852 (g-s has age 31-8-29, thus b 19 Apr 1820).
+
819.Benjamin Franklin, b 13 Sep 1844
+
820.Simeon Smith, b 12 Jan 1846
821.Julia Frances, b 17 Jan 1848, d 2 Feb 1848
+
822.Fanny Orintha, b 8 Jul 1850
823.Philip Martin, b 3 Jan 1852, d.y.
238. BENJAMIN MARTINUS HAYNER, b 13? Dec 1813, m(2) 23 Apr 1852 Mercy Allen of
Petersburg, NY, b 20 Sep 1826, d 8 Aug 1920 Schaghticoke.
+
824.Florence Estelle, b 23 Apr 1858
239. EVALINE HAYNER, b 4 May 1815 Schaghticoke, NY; m David Shaver, b 12 Mar 1817
Brunswick, NY, res. Eagle Mills, NY where they had issue: (SHAVER)
825.Amelia Frances, b 16 Jul 1842, d 1845
826.Emerissa, b 25 Nov 1844, d age 9
827.John Edward, b 10 Feb 1845 (date seems wrong year)
828.James Harvey, b 14 May 1849
829.Augusta, b 8 Aug 1858, d 20 Mar 1929; m(1) Elmer Rogers; m(2) Adam Breithaupt.
830.Mary
831.Margaret

240. CHRISTINA CATHERINE HAYNER, b 10 Oct 1817 at Schaghticoke, bp at Gilead
Lutheran Church; m David Bulson. They lived and died in Brunswick, NY. Issue: (BULSON)
832.Theodore, m Martha
833.Frank, m Loretta Cipperly
834.Lucien, unm.
835.Alonzo, m Rebecca Hydorn
836.Jane, m Wallace Garry
837.Lifa, m Frank E. Bulson

244. SAMUEL HANER, bp 15 May 1787; m 29 Jul 1810 Elizabeth Maelich (Melick).
Marriage in Lawyersville church, Schoharie Co. NY.,
838.Cornelius
839.Jane Catherine, b 10 Jun 1816;l m — Buell
840.Sarah, bp 2 Jan 1814 in church at New Rhinebeck, Schoharie Valley; m — Reese.
841.Lydia Margaret, b 10 Jun 1816, m — van Arnum
842.John, b 23 May 1818

245. JEREMIAH HANER, bp 1 Feb 1789, sp Georg Schneider & wife Catharina Lup (RH
Luth), d 17 Jan 1841 Herkimer m 10 Sep 1815 Mary Elizabeth Anthony, b 21 Nov 1795
Lawyersville, Cobbleskill, Schoharie Co. NY; d 7 Oct 1823 Sharon, Schoharie Co. NY, d/o Jacob
Anthony & Eva Piser.They came to Herkimer County in 1833.
+
842a.Catherina Anna, b 29 Mar 1817
+
842b.Jacob Anthony, b 23 May 1818
842c.Henry, b 27 Jan 1821

246. CHRISTOPHER P. HANER, b 11 Dec 1790, bp 1790; sp Stophel (Stopher) Hener &
Anna Maria Zufeld (Shufelt); bp believed to have been in Red Hook, NY, d 10 Nov 1838
Jefferson, Schoharie Co. NY.. He m(1) Polly Wiaght.
842d.Sally Ann. b 23 Mar 1813, m David Jackson

+
842e.Lewis, b 28 Feb 1815
246. CHRISTOPHER P. HANER, b 11 Dec 1790, m(2) 31 Dec 1816 Susan Pramer bp Ger.
Rerf Ch, New Rhinebeck, Cobleskill NY.
843a.Hiram
843b.Julia Maria, b 13 Oct 1818, d 16 Nov 1887.
843c.Catherine, b 30 Aug 1819 (Lawyersville Ref)

+
843d.Martin, b 23 Dec 1820
246. CHRISTOPHER P. HANER, b 11 Dec 1790, m(3) Mary ----843e.
Electa Ann, b after 1821
843f.Mary Adeline, b after 1822
247. PHILIP HANER, b 19 Aug 1792, bp 26 Aug 1792; sp Philip D. Rockerfeller & Anna Best
(Ger Ref); m Margaret Patrie (Peggy).
+
844.Jane M., b 29 Jun 1818
+
845.Eva Ann, b 26 Apr 1829
+
846.Andrew, b 27 Nov 1834
248. MARGARETHA HANER, b 15 Oct 1794, bp 9 Nov 1794; sp Martin Tippel & wife
Margareta (Manor Luth); m 5 Jul 1829 Andrew Kerker in Lawyersville Church, Schoharie Co.
Issue: (KERKER)
847.Aaron, b 5 Jul 1829; bp 18 Oct 1829 (Lawyersville Ref)

250a. ABRAHAM HANER, b 20 Feb 1807 Lawyersville, d 26 May 1878 Sharon, Schoharie Co.
NY. He m(1) 12 Dec 1833 Lucy Thompson, she d before 1841. Dates from ages in 1860 census.

847a.Frances, b ca 1835 (1838 in 1855 census)

+
847b.J.Henry, b ca 1836 (1836 in 1855 census)
847c.William Seward, b ca 1838 (not in 1855 census)
250a. ABRAHAM HANER, b 20 Feb 1807. m(2) 8 Apr 1841 in Sharon NY Fanny Hiller, b ca

1815.

847d.David, b ca 1843

847e.Judson D., b ca 1851, d 1 Dec 1911. (or A. Judson age 3 in 1855 census.) He was a
watch maker; m in Sharon 17 Jun 1891 Minerva Empie (”Minnie”), b 30 Aug 1864.

251. SARAH HENER, b 25 Sep 1813, bp 2 Jan 1814, no sp (Lawyersville Ref); probably m
Abraham Osterhaut, Jr.
Issue: (OSTERHAUT)
848.Catherine, b 8 Apr 1834 (Lawyersville Ref)
849.Elizabeth, b 12 May 1836 (Lawyersville Ref)

254. JOHN BROWN HAINER, b 7 Oct 1802 in Grantham Twp., Lincoln Co., Ontario, d 28
Mar 1884; bu Lawn Cem., St. Catharines, Ontario. He m(1) Nancy (?) Hopkins.
+
850.Obadiah, b 22 Feb 1825
+
851.Nancy Jane, b 1830
+
852.Mary Elizabeth, b 9 Aug 1834

254. JOHN BROWN HAINER, b 7 Oct 1802; m(2) Ann Silverthorn, b 1813, d 28 Sep 1901.
+
853.Lorinda, b ca 1843
255. JAMES H. HAINER, b 22 Jan 1806 St. Catharines, ON, d 21 Nov 1870 Esquesing Twp,
ON; It has been said that the initial “H” is for Hagadorn. He m 9 Mar 1836 Jane M. Ross (Jean),
b 19 Jul 1813, d 20 Jan 1884 Esquesing Twp, ON, a native of Ireland. James settled in Esquesing
Township, Canada in the 1830s, where all the children were born.
+
854.Sophia (Sophie), b 16 Dec 1836
+
855.John, b 19 Jun 1838
856.Ann, b 24 Jul 1839, d 17 Jun 1914; unm.
857.George Zachariah, b 5 Jun 1841, d 20 Feb 1864; unm.
858.Jane, b 19 Jul 1842, d 21 Dec 1915, bu Guelph; m John Laing after Feb 1869; he d
before 21 Dec 1918.

+
859.Isabella, b 14 Oct 1844
+
860.Jacob, b 25 Mar 1847
861.James, b 13 May 1848, d 5 Jul 1922; bu Thompson cem; m 10 Mar 1884 Elizabeth
Thompson, d/o George & Catharine, d after 1922. He res in Esquesing and Georgetown until
1911 and died at his home in Sunderland, ON.

256. MARY ANN HAINER, b 2 Apr 1811, d 6 Nov 1887; m 1830 James Brown, b ca 1799, d
ca 1874, s/o Alex Brown, whose father John Brown from Ireland served under Wolfe at Quebec
and came to Canada as UEL (United Empire Loyalist) with wife and son Alex. Children of Mary
Ann Hainer Brown were b in Canada; dates based on 1861 census of Esquesing Township,
Halton County District 3. Ted Brown of Limehouse, Ontario is a descendant. Issue: (BROWN)
862.Sophia, b 19 Jan 1831, d 1 Dec 1903; m Joseph Cross, b 30 Apr 1820, d 20 Jun 1874.
Issue: .
Alexander, m Jane Garvin (Cedric); .
Anna.

863.Alexander, b 16 Dec 1833, d 9 Jul 1902; m Isabella (Belle?) MacLachlin, b 1980, d
1927. Issue: .
Mary Ann, b 10 Dec 1860; .
James, b 13 Mar 1862.

864.David Palmer, b 8 May 1836, d 24 1908, m 17 Dec 1863 Mary Jane Kerr

865.James, b 13 Mar 1842, m Mary Ellen Newton, b 1849, d 1923.

866.John Kerr [Carr], b 19 Aug 1845; d 17 Aug 1918, m Margaret C. Wright, b 9 Nov
1857, d 26 Dec 1922. Issue: .
Harry Ross, b 10 Apr 1892, d 1 Dec 1978, m 12 Nov 1918 Agnes
Davidson (2 daughters, 3 sons); .
Fred John, b 26 Apr 1897, d 20 Dec 1980; m 1 May 1924
Grace Blanche Herrington, b 18 Nov 1901, d 10 Jan 1962 (2 daughters, 1 son).

867.Mary Ann, b 27 May 1849, d 20 Mar 1930, m 23 Sep 1883 Walter Devereaux. Issue:
.
John Brown; .
Elsie.

868.William, b 10 Nov, 1851,d 9 Jun 1915; m Emily Matthews; Issue: .
Marion.

869.Robert Levi, b 1 Oct 1855, d 31 Jul 1930, m Hannah Palmer Moore, b 23 Dec 1859, d

2 Oct 1931

257. EVE HEINER, b 18 Jun 1801, bp 22 Feb 1801; sp Petrus Kels & Christina Michel (Clav
Ref). She m 6 Feb 1825 at Claverack Fite Rockerfeller (Faith), b 1799, d 1863, s/o Simeon
Rockerfeller (Rockenfelder, Rockefeller). Issue: (ROCKERFELLER)
870.Groveneur (Grooenous), b 26 Feb 1827, bp 27 Jul 1830 (Chrch Luth).

258. JOHN PHILIP HANER, b 27 Jan 1803, bp 13 Mar 1803; sp Jacob F. Miller & Etje Fonda
(Clav Ref); d 1836. He m 19 Oct 1823 Charity Decker, b 10 Oct 1806, d 10 Mar 1889, bu
Churchtown, NY. There were 8 children, the youngest one posthumous. All the children were bp
at St. Thomas Lutheran Church, Churchtown, NY. Charity Decker remarried 15 Jan 1842 to
Zachariah Ham, b 20 Jan 1806, d 7 Aug 1893; had 5 more children. The remarriage may have
been to a Zachariah Haner; in guardianship of Walter Decker in 1846 Charity is “presently

married to Zachariah Haner” of Livingston(?); Hudson Deeds, Columbia Co., Liber NN 375. This
Zacharias is not placed; appears to have m(1) Catharine Morrey, their son Zacharias bp 29 Apr
1792, sp Johannes Kepp & Anna Morrey (Clav Ref).

871.Lena Ann, b 10 Mar 1824 (twin), bp 21 Mar 1824; sp Harry Decker & Lena Decker.
She d before 1 Apr 1846.

872.Walther, b 10 Mar 1824 (twin), bp 31 Mar 1824; sp Walther Decker & Etje Rossman.
He d before 1 Apr 1846.

+
873.Elizabeth, b 12 May 1825
+
874.Henry Harman, b 15 Nov 1828
875.Rufus, b 13 Jul 1830, bp 17 Oct 1830; d 29 Mar 1833
+
876.Walter, b 18 May 1832
877.Hanna Louisa, b 22 Dec 1834, bp 7 Jun 1835.
878.John, b 27 Oct 1836 (b after his father’s death), bp 24 Oct 1837; he m Eve Paterick, b
ca 1837.

259. CATHERINE ELISE HEINER, b 9 Mar 1807, bp 19 Apr 1807; sp Philip Kels & wife
Catherine Platner (Chrch L). She probably was the 2nd wife of Fite Rockerfeller (acc. to
American Ancestry), who had first married her sister Eva (#257). Issue: (ROCKERFELLER)
879.Eva Louise, b 8 Nov 1832, bp 8 Oct 1839 (Chrch L).
880.William, b 21 Aug 1842, bp 12 Feb 1843 (Chrch L).

260. MARGARET W. HANER, b 10 Jun 1787 Greenbush, NY; sp Andries & Margarite Muller
(Alb Ref), d Warrentown, NY; m 4 Sep 1804 George F. Getman, b 4 Apr 1787, s/o Frederick
Getman & Mary Catharine Broadhack. Issue in Warrentown, NY (dates not entirely consistent).
Issue in Herkimer Co. NY: (GETMAN)
881.Elizabetha, b 5 Mar 1805

882.Catharina, b 30 Jul 1809

883.Maria, b 6 Mar 1813; m 19 Apr 1832 Isaac Kaples, b ca 1808. Was killed at
Frankfort, NY.

884.Chancy, b 1 Dec 1815; m Katharine Barringer; both bu at Mohawk, Herkimer Co NY

885.Leonard, b 12 Aug 1817

886.Joel, b 18 Mar 1818, migrated to far west.

887.Nancy Elmira, b 21 Oct 1820

888.Caroline, b 19 or 21 Oct 1825

889.Sophronia Catharine, b 24 Feb 1827; m John Bort

890.Bartlett, b ca 1829, m Katharine Getman, b 13 Mar 1807 d/o Jacob Getman &

Elizabeth Barringer. Elizabeth Barringer (#263) was d/o Jacob Barringer and Katherine Haner of
South Columbia, NY.
891.David, b ca 1831

261. JONAS HANER, b 13 Jan 1790 South Columbia, NY, sp Jacob Heiner & Elizabeth Kenter
(Alb Ref), d 25 Apr 1877 at Schuyler Lake; m(1) Lydia Hill, b 13 Feb 1793, d 7 Mar 1866; b and
d South Columbia. Jonas was a shoemaker and a fiddler. Jonas Haner was drafted in War of 1812
and served Oct 7 to Nov 19 1814 in Captain Bell’s Company; his widow received a pension.
+
892.Mary Ann, b 10 or 16 Dec 1811 (bp as Maria)
261. JONAS HANER, b 13 Dec 1790; m(2) Frances B. Atkinson, widow, of Schuyler Lake; no
issue.
262. ELIZABETH HANER (perhaps Catherine or Elizabeth Catherine), date uncertain, m Jacob
Bargy who as a “friend” was a witness to the 1838 will of Jeremiah Haner (his wife’s uncle, see

#65). At the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of German Flatts and Herkimer, Herkimer
County NY there is the following marriage record: “Jacob Parki, son of Jacob Parki, married
Catharina, daughter of William Henner on Jan. 12, 1812." Note that the German sound “B” was
sometimes changed to “P”, for example, “Barker” became “Potter.” But “Jacob Bargy” is clearly
the witness to Jeremiah’s will. Issue: (BARGY)

893.John, m — Mackentyre in Warren, NY; moved to Michigan.

894.Reuben, m Mary Skinner. Issue: Frank, who m Belle Becker.

895.Margaret (Peggy), m Clark Wilkinson, had sons Monroe and Bargy, daus. who m
Steve Williams and Lou Williams.

896.Nancy, m(1) Samuel Tucker (d., no issue); m(2) Edwin Yeomans, whose descendants
on the D. L. and W. RR are by a former wife.

270. REBECCA HANER, b 9 Dec 1799, d 31 Dec 1883, b and d Herkimer Co. NY; m 23 Nov
1826 Christopher Miller, b 8 Feb 1802 Herkimer Co NY, d 16 Jul 1882 Issue: (MILLER)

897.Marion, b 23 Sep 1827, d 9 Dec 1827.

898.Margaret, b 2 Jul 1830; m bef. 1850 David House, b 5 Oct 1824.Issue: .
Eugene; .

Harvey.
899.Susannah, b ca 1831
900.Jeremiah, b 30 Dec 1833, d 6 Aug 1834
901.John, b ca 1836
902.Sanford, b ca 1840
903.Philip, b ca 1844

Note: Olden Miller of Millers Mills, Herkimer Co. NY may have been a son or grandson of
Rebecca Haner and Christopher Miller.

271. EVA HANER, b 2 Sep 1802 Columbia, NY; d 29 May 1885 Frankfort, NY; m John G.
Getman, b 11 Feb 1801 Columbia, NY, d 6 Apr 1876 Frankfort, NY, s/o George J. Getman and
Mary (Polly) Getman; Polly’s brother George F. Getman m Margaret Haner (#260). All their
children were b in Columbia, Herkimer Co., NY. Issue: (GETMAN)
904.Mary Catherine, b 6 Aug 1823, m 2 Feb 1845 Philip Barringer. Among her
descendants were Mrs. Oscar Horton, Charles and Herbert Barringer, Will Northrup, and Herbert
Hoffman.

905.Sanford, b 13 May 1826, d 28 Feb 1915; m 24 May 1850/52 Lucy Jane Burrill. He
lived in Schuyler, NY.

906.Philip, b 10 May 1829, d 21 May 1829

907.Washington, b 5 Oct 1830, d 3 Jun 1844

908 Addison Gardner Getman, b 17 Apr 1845, d 19 Apr 1930 Frankfort, NY; m 15 Sep
1865 Henrietta Sterling, b 9 Nov 1848 Schuyler,
NY, d 4 Feb 1942, Frankfort, NY, d/o Sanford Sterling (Stahring) & Sarah Maria Sweet. He
fought in both battles of Ft. Fischer. Their only child, in Generation [6] was was

[6].Charles Sterling Getman, b 26 Sep 1867 Columbia Center, NY, d 13 Nov

1948 Ilion, NY; m 13 Oct 1893 Susan Emily Burnham, b 13 Feb 1869, d 19 Mar

1942, d/o Bezelial Wright M. Burnham & Mary Augusta Johnson. Their 2nd child

was

[7].Edith Henrietta Getman, b 11 Apr 1899 Williamstown, MA, d 14 Apr 1988
Savannah, GA; m 23 Jun 1922 Frank Shaver Williamson, b 18 Aug 1900, d 22 Dec
1977, s/o Charles L. Williamson & Mary Emma Bull. They had 4 sons, 1 daughter,
grandchildren.

272. PHILIP HANER, b 28 Feb 1804 South Columbia, NY; sp Philip Barringer & Margaret

Helmer (Herk Ref), d there 30 Sep 1880. m(1) Elizabeth Clapsaddle, b 9 Jan 1808, d 5 Aug
1844, d/o Denus Clapsaddle and Elizabeth Frank. Philip was Justice of the Peace and postmaster
for many years.

+ 909.Monroe, b 4 Mar 1834
272. PHILIP HANER, b 28 Feb 1804, m(2) Sarah Seeber, b 1817, d Apr 1889 South
Columbia, NY, age 72.
910.Elizabeth, b 17 Dec 1851, d 29 Jun 1863. She is Elizabeth in 1860 census; Libbie on
tombstone.

274. MARIA HANER, b 11 Nov 1808; record of her baptism (Herk Ref) has her as dau. of
George Michael Haener and Marie Catherine Helmer. We place her as dau of Jeremiah Haner, on
basis of a paper presented in 1909 at Herkimer by Mrs. Hatch, but this parentage is uncertain. She
m Leonard Brown, b 23 Oct 1806, d 14 Jul 1881, s/o Jeremiah Brown; res Frankfort, NY. Maria
d 1893; she and husband bu Herkimer, NY. Issue: (BROWN)
911.Louisa, b 1839 South Columbia, NY; m G. Monroe Helmer, b 1845; res Herkimer,
NY.

275. JEREMIAH L. HANER, b 14 Dec 1810; bp 26 Jun 1811; sp by parents (Columbia Ref
Chbk). Middle initial given in marriage record; none in bp record. He d 25 Sep 1880 in Herkimer,
NY; he m 21 Oct 1844 Jane E. Mahon in Herkimer. She survived him, as did 3 heirs, assumed to
be children given below; perhaps they were grandchildren.
912.Elizabeth; m Barry; res Boston
913.Frank; was a minor in 1880 will of Jeremiah Haner.
914.Albert; was a minor in 1880 will of Jeremiah Haner.

276. CATHARINA HANER, b 19 Apr 1790 Troy, NY; m 5 Mar 1817 James Gilbert. His
mother was a Haner and he and his wife were cousins. Issue in South Columbia, NY:
(GILBERT)

915.Nancy, b 3 May 1818, d 17 Mar 1820

916.Elizabeth M., b 16 Mar 1821, d 27 Nov 1836

917.Maria, d.inf. Birthdate not known but prior to Mary’s.

918.William, b 26 Jul 1825, d 6 Apr 1910 Herkimer, NY; m 24 May 1848 Rachel C.
Morgan.

919.Mary, b 1 Aug 1833 (twin), d 23 Mar 1912 South Columbia; m Jared Mallory of
Central Square, IL. Issue: .
Mary Clinton (1871), no ch; .
Catherine (1871, twin), m Canotot, 1
dau; .
Cornedlia (1871, twin), m Frank Claxton, 3 ch; .
Washington (?).

920.Cornelia, b 1 Aug 1833 (twin), d 4 Jul 1919 Central Square, IL; m 1871 Lewis
Granger of Taberg NY as his 2nd wife; no ch.

277. REBECCA HANER, b 5 Sep 1792 South Columbia, NY; sp John Gettman & Anna
Elizabeth (Ger Flts); m 8 Oct 8 1812 William Crantz, s/o Marci Crantz. Issue: (CRANTZ)
921.Marcia, b 13 Aug 1813
922.Elizabeth, b 21 Nov 1814 (twin)
923.Ruben, b 21 Nov 1814 (twin)

278. NANCY HANER, b 13 Apr 1796 Troy, NY; family moved to South Columbia, NY, d
Cedarville, NY 6 Sep 1884; m 10 Dec 1818 William J. Miller, b 25 Sep 1796 Miller's Mills,
Herkimer Co. NY, d 3 Aug 1876 Cedarville, NY, s/o John A. Miller & Anna Dorothea Carner.
Issue in Miller's Mills, NY: (MILLER)
924.Adam, b 21 May 1819, d ca 1918, age 98; m(1) Mary Mack, b ca 1819; m(2) Mary

Vining, b ca 1819; m(3) Celia Watson. Postmaster,1853, Jordanville, Herkimer Co. NY. He is

said to have been a physician, Surgeon General or Asst. Surgeon General in Civil War.

925.John, b 27 May 1821, d 18 Aug 1842

926.Jacob, b 24 May 1823, d 22 Oct 1897; m Jane Gallup, b ca 1823 d 4 Sep 1907.

927.Philip, b 6 Jun 1825, d 19 Sep 1907; m(1) Phoebe Buck, b ca 1825; m(2) Phoebe
Elizabeth Mandane Campbell, b 15 Jul 1831, d 3 Aug 1905; res Clifton Park, NY. Issue: .
Mary
Elizabeth, b 12 Apr 1868 Sauquoit, NY, d 14 Dec 1931, m Herbert E. Mallory, b 20 Apr 1874
Sauquoit, NY. Mary Miller Mallory was the first worker on a Haner/Hayner family history to
whom much credit and appreciation is due. Mary’s children were: i.Marguerite Miller Mallory, b
1904; ii.Doris Mallory, b ca 1906, m Donald S. McNeil, b ca 1906 (1 daughter, 1 son).

928.Mary Elizabeth, b 15 May 1827, d 25 Oct 1878 Cedarville, NY; m James Deloid
Eaton, b ca 1827..

929.Caroline, b 9 Oct 1830, d 25 Oct 1904;at Richfield, Otsego Co. NY; m 30 Apr 1857
Byron Cole, b 2 Mar 1830, d 13 Nov 1905 at Miller’s Mills, Herkimer Co NY. Issue: .
Clayton
B., b 25 Jan 1858, d 25 Jan 1906, m 1884 Jennie Bowen, b Jul 1863, d 1935 (James Lee 1885,
Merton Edwin, 1887, Clyde Adelbert 1889, Alta Almira 1894, Glenn Byron 1897); .
Carrie
Melinda, b 17 Oct 1859, d 6 Oct 1933; m 6 Oct 1880 Clark Getman, b 14 Oct 1854, d 7 Apr 1932
(Arthur G. 1881, Vernie B. 1885, Lynn Byron 1889, May Caroline 1892); .
Blanche Viola, b 26
Jan 1862, d 17 Feb 1943, m(1) 1 Jun 1889 William H. Dayger, b 1858, d 1909 (Carrie L. 1886,
Chancy 1886, Rena B. 1896); m(2) 12 Jun 1912 Leland J. Miller, b ca 1862, d 25 Jan 1947; .
Florence E., b 22 Nov 1863, d 17 Jan 1870; .
Ada, b 22 Jan 1866, d 15 Feb 1869; .
William Jay,
b 11 Oct 1868, d 20 Jan 1897; .
Emerson Byron, b 1 Oct 1872, d 8 Sep 1967, m(1) 1 Oct 1898
Sarah L. Skinner, b 22 Mar 1873, d 11 May 1922 (Adlai Bismark 1899, Elmer M. 1903, Emerson
Christopher 1906, Carolyn M. 1909, son b 1913); m(2) 20 Sep 1930 Lida E. Gage.

930.William, b 16 Feb 1832, d 26 Jun 1894.

931.Cornelia, b 26 Mar 1834, d 1917.

932.Melinda, b 13 Oct 1837, d 29 Mar 1908; m William J. Stephens.

933.Katherine (Kate), b 28 Mar 1840, d 1918; m — Brown, b ca 1840.

280. ELIZABETH HANER, b 13 Aug 1803 South Columbia, NY, sp Jeremias Hoener & Maria
Catharine; m Jacob Miller, s/o William Miller & Catharina Otting. Issue in South Columbia:
(MILLER)
934.Aaron, b 1826, d Fredericksburg in Civil War; unm.
935.Damen, b ca 1833
936.Jane, b ca 1835; m George Crawford
937.Delos, b ca 1837 An unidentified list has Kate instead of Delos.
938.Dolphus, b ca 1839
939.Helen,b c1841; m 2 May 1867 Eugene Hartman, b 1845
940.Rebecca, b ca 1843; m. Robert Budlong

288. CATHARINE HENER, b 11 Mar 1778, bp 1778; sp Valentin Herman & Margaretha
(Chrch L, Churchtown, NY); m 26 Jan 1800 (Clav) Henrich Blass (we believe his wife
Catharine Hener is this #288 on basis of dates and name of child Anny, which was the name of
her mother and her sister). Issue: (BLASS)
941.Anny, b 28 Mar 1800, bp 18 Apr 1800; sp Michael Gardier & Christina Blass (Clav

Ref).
942.Polly, b 7 Sep 1804, bp 18 Sep 1804 (twin) (Clav Ref).
943.Elizabeth, b 7 Sep 1804, bp 18 Sep 1804 (twin) (Clav Ref).

291.PETER HANER, b 6 Aug 1791 in Claverack NY, bp 7 Aug 1791; sp by parents (Hill Ref).
He m 7 Jan 1816 in Summit NY Polly Morse, b 24 Feb 1797, d 5 Oct 1861, d/o Asa Morse &

Huldah Carpenter. Her sister Eunice Morse m Peter’s brother Jonas Haner (#292.).
944.Ambrose, b 8 Oct 1816
945.Daniel, b 15 Apr 1821-22
946.Maria, b 22 Sep 1823

+
Parker, b 23 Nov 1825
948.Caroline Richmond, b 9 Apr 1836
292. JONAS HANER, b 15 Aug 1795, bp 20 Sep 1795; sp by parents (Hill Ref), d ca 1845; m
Eunice Morse, b 17 Mar 1799 Sturbridge MA, d 5 Dec 1866 Washington Co. WI, d/o Asa Morse
& Huldah Carpenter [Huldah Streeter in Morse history].
+
949.Horace, b 7 May 1819
+ 950.Amanda, b 13 Feb 1822, b or res in Jefferson, Schoharie Co. NY; m George H.
Parker.
+ 951.Huldah, b 16 Dec 1834, b or res Marion, Wayne Co NY, d ca 1919 prob. in Langlade
Co. WI; m William Parker.
301. ANNATJE HANER (Hannah, Anny), bp 25 Jun 1780; sp William David (Davis) & Hanna
Heyser (Hill Ref); m(1) Philip Rude (Reede). Issue: (RUDE)
952.Hendrick, b 21 Jun 1798, bp 22 Jul 1798; sp Hendrick Hener & Catherina Hener (Hill
Ref).

301. ANNATJE HANER (Anny), bp 25 Jun 1780; m(2) on 25 Feb 1810 David Snyder
(Sneyder). Marriage of Anna Haner and David Snyder recorded at Clav Ref Church; Hannah
Haner and David Snyder listed at Krum Church , Hill Ref) as parents of: (SNYDER)
953.Neeley Malinda, b 11 May 1811, bp 30 Jun 1811; sp George N. Pultz & Cornelia
Masten (Hill Ref); is Milinda in DAR records.

302. ELIAS HANER, b 11 Jul 1782, bp 25 Aug 1782; sp Jacob Sharp & Catharina Heiser (Clav
Ref), d 5 Nov 1844, the day of election of President Polk. He m Elizabeth Hill, b ca 1793, d/o
Asia Hill & Mary Burdick; she d 1 Oct 1865. The Hill, Burdick, Slocum and Sweet families came
from Rhode Island, stopping for a while in Dutchess and Columbia Counties NY before moving
on through Delaware and Otsego Counties into PA and Ohio. Elias settled in Maryland, Otsego
Co NY, where he is in the 1820 census; he moved with his family to Elkland, Tioga Co., PA, just
a mile or two south of the NY state boundary, where he was living in 1840 near his son William.
After his death Elizabeth Haner, age 57, was in the 1850 census of Chatham Township, Tioga
Co., PA, living with Anstrus, Elias Jr. and Sally, next door to her son Robert and wife Miranda.
Records in Maryland, NY, 1834-1837, include Sebastian Hayner (#106), also Ethan, George, and
Anstress Hanor/Haynor (unplaced). The 1850 census of Maryland, NY includes Sebastian
Haynor, now age 64, wife Sarah age 58, and children ages 10 to 26. The 1887 biography of son
Robert, in Carroll Co., IA, states that he was one of 9 children, one of whom died in infancy.
954.Henry, b ca 1810 (1820 census of Maryland, Otsego Co., NY shows Elias’s eldest
child a male, 10-16 years of age, 1830 census has eldest child a male, 15-20).

+
955.William, b 3 Mar 1818
+
956.Catherine, b 30 Nov 1821
957.Anstrus Burdick, (Anstress), b 28 Sep 1823; she never married. Anstrus is a family
name.

+
958.Robert, b 8 Oct 1825
959.Elias, b 8 Feb 1830; he married.
+
960.Sarah Flower (Sally), b 10 Oct 1832
304. JOHN HANER, b 29 Feb 1784, bp 27 Jun 1784; sp Jacob Hener & Christine Stopplebeen

(Clav Ref). He m his cousin Barbara Heiner (#289), d/o Petrus Heiner & Anna McFarrell.

961.Willem, b 13 Jan 1805, bp 6 Oct 1805; sp by parents (Hill Ref). He was living in
Otsego Co. or Delaware Co., NY in 1850s.

314. CHRISTIAN JOHN HANER, b 23 May 1803 Charlestown, Montgomery Co., NY; sp
Christian Krun & Catherine (W Sand L); d 19 Jan 1877 Oakville, Augusta Township, Washtenaw
Co MI. He m 28 Nov 1831 Nancy Gove, b 12 Nov 1802 Charlestown, NY, d 13 Mar 1847, d/o
Elijah Gove. C. J. Haner and family came to Washtenaw Co, MI in 1845 via the boat "Julia
Palmer” which was shipwrecked on Lake Erie; fortunately the Haner family survived the ordeal.
There were 3 sons, each of whom fought in the Civil War, and 2 daughters. Alexander d in Civil
war, one of the other sons d. in battle, and the other son returned from the Civil War; bu at
Williamston, Livingston Co., MI.
+
962.Martha A., b 1 Nov 1832
963.Rhoda, b ca 1834; still at home in 1850 census
964.Jeremiah, b ca 1837
965.Alexander, b ca 1838, d 23 Dec 1862, d Civil War, Co. H, 18th Michigan Infantry,
interred at Lexington, KY in the circle with Henry Clay.
966.John E., b ca 1844

315. ALEXANDER J. HAYNER, b 14 Aug 1806 Charlestown, NY; m Lydia Grove of
Charlestown, NY. They moved to Yates, Orleans Co., NY where their son John was born;
probably the other children also born there.
967.Maria, m Sanford Fuller
968.Henrietta, m Sanford Fletcher

+
969.John E., b 29 Mar 1827
344. PETRUS PHILIP HANER (Hayner), b 24 Nov 1790 West Sand Lake, NY; bp 18 Dec
1790, sp Henry Sipperly & wife Elizabeth (Gil Luth); m Catharina Myers, b 1789, d 10 Dec
1860 Saratoga NY. Issue in Saratoga Springs, NY:
970.Hiram, b 31 Dec 1812

+
971.Eliza (Elizabeth), b Jul 1818
+
972.Freeman J., b 21 Jan 1821 (death certif Hayner); an engineer.
+
973.Nelson, b 1822
+
974.Almira, b 1823
345. EVA HANER, b 30 Jun 1793 West Sand Lake, d 14 Jan 1869; m 16 Feb 1813 George
Snyder, b ca 1792, d 7 Jan 1856 age 64 y; both bu West Sand Lake. In the 1850 Greenbush
census they are in house 1050. In the 1865 NY State census Eve Snyder is listed as age 71,
widow, married once, mother of 8 children. We are certain about the names of 5 of these
children, and have clues for the other three. Issue in West Sand Lake: (SNYDER)
975.Margaret Maria, b 2 Nov 1814; bp 29 Jan 1815, no baptismal sponsor (Wynantskill
Ref). Still at home age 30 in 1850 census, house 1050. She m Jacob H. Lape, a cousin of
William A. Lape who m Catharine Snyder, the presumed sister of Margaret Maria. In 1873
Margaret Lape of Sand Lake was child and heir of Eve Snyder, late of Sand Lake.

976.Catharine, b 7/8 Dec 1820 Rensselaer Co., d 1 Nov 1850; m at Sand Lake on 1 Jan
1845 William A. Lape, cousin to Jacob H. Lape who m Margaret Maria Snyder. He was a brother
of John Edwin Lape who m Sarah E. Huyck (d/o #1086 Sarah Elizabeth Sharp); see under that
number for some Cheney descendants.

977.Gitty, b 16 Sep 1821, d 10 May 1879; m Lewis Wickherst; as Gitty Wickhurst , d/o
Eve Snyder, was an heir in a partition suit in 1873.
978.Henry, b ca 1822 (age 28 in 1850 census, house 1049 near George and Eva Snyder;

probably their son).

979.Benjamin, b ca 1825 (age 25 in 1850 census, house 1052 near George and Eva
Snyder; probably their son).

980.George, b 1827, d 18 Jun 1862 age 35; age 25 (!) in 1850 census, house 1050.

981.Eliza, b ca 1828 (age 22 in 1850 census); m a Schermerhorn; was an heir living in
North Greenbush in 1873.

982.Simion G., could be earlier in list; was an heir living in Hindsburgh, Orleans County
in 1873.

346. ELIZABETH HANER, b 8 Dec 1795 West Sand Lake, NY, bp 3 Mar 1796; sp Elizabeth
Ceyple & George Ceyple (no doubt Cipperly, Schaghticoke Ref); m Philip Link (a Peter Link m
Elizabeth Haner in 2nd Street Pres Church, Troy NY on 17 Sep 1814). Issue West Sand Lake:
(LINK)

983.Freeman, b 22 Mar 1815 bp Wynantskill Ref, no sponsor given
984.Morgan, b 22 May 1817 bp Wynantskill Ref, no sponsor given

347. HENRY H. HANER, b 21 Mar 1798 West Sand Lake, NY, d 6 Apr 1879 Ottawa, Franklin
Co., KS. He took up original land in Oct or Nov 1830 at Stockton, Charlotte Twp., Chautauqua
Co., NY, and in 1832 he bought land near there from George Cipperly who had taken it up in
May 1830 (no doubt his mother’s relative; other Haners and Cipperlys were there). He went to
Marseilles, Wyandot Co., OH in March, 1838; removed to Kansas 1864. The only evidence for a
2nd marriage late in life is from the 1870 Franklin Co. KS census record listing Henry Haner, b
NY, age 73, and Lucinda Haner, b NY, age 60. He m 19 Dec 1818 Sarah Strope (Sally), b 17
Nov 1799, d 22 Oct 1856 Wyandot Co., OH. She was b in NJ, d/o John Strope, a German who
lived in Rensselaer Co., NY.
985.Catherine Sarah, b 1 Dec 1820 in NY; m Moses Ricker, res St. Bernice, Vermillion
Co., IN. Handwritten copy of Bible record indicates that the name could be Sarah Catharine or
Saphrona Catharine.

986.Reginah; Probably Reginah and Hannah died young, since the 1830 census of
Chautauqua Co., NY shows only 2 females under 5 and 2 females 5-10, as well as 1 male 5-10
(i.e., John).

+
987.John B., b 27 Aug 1822
988.Hannah
+
989.Saphrona Mary, b 12 Aug 1824
990.Elizabeth, b 2 Jun 1827 NY, d 10 Jan 1845 @ 18-6-20 (?); unm.
991.Jerusha, b 17 Jul 1829 in NY
+
992.Albert, b 16 Oct 1832
+
993.Sarah Anna, b 8 Jun 1834
+
994.Ella R. (Eleanor), b ca 1836
+
995.Almira, b 11 Apr 1839
348. REBECCA HANER, b 7 Jun 1800, d 1 Apr 1874. Lived in West Sand Lake, NY; m 12 Dec
1818 Henry Ferguson. Issue: (FERGUSON)

996.Philip Leonard, b 14 Aug 1820, d 5 May 1848

997.Julia Maria, b 24 Nov 1822, d 14 Sep 1895

998.William Haner, b 23 Dec 1833, d 11 May 1920 (1855 census has William Henry

Ferguson)
999.Michael, b 23 Aug 1834

349. PHILIP HENRY HANER, b 25 May 1802 in West Sand Lake, NY, d 12 Jan 1893 in
Guthrie, OK. He deeded land in Chautauqua Co., NY in 1839 to a George Haner and removed to

Mifflin Twp, Wyandot Co., OH where he was a farmer and stock raiser. As an old man he moved
with his youngest son’s family to Guthrie, OK in Sep 1889 (was in Territorial census of 1890).
He m Irena Gleason, b 10 Nov 1811 in NY (probably Greenbush), d 18 May 1887. She was d/o
Jacob Gleason, who d 1843 in Fredonia, Chautauqua Co., NY, and his 2nd wife Rachel Barnes
(per a 1909 Gleason genealogy). The Gleason genealogy says she was b in 1811 and m in 1838,
but this seems too late.

1000.David, b ca 1831, d 1898; m Caroline Neal.. In 1889 he went to Guthrie OK with his
youngest brother Henry (Philip Henry), #1009.

+
1001.Edgar, b 7 Jan 1832
+
1002.Elmina M., b 5 Feb 1834
1003.James G., b 26 Feb 1837, d 1918 in Kansas City, MO; m 23 Aug 1858 Harriet
Simms.

+
1004.Mary Cordelia, b 10 Jul 1839
1005.George S., b 1844, d 1852
+
1006.William B., b 17 May 1845
1007.Florence, b ca 1848 (is Frances Haner in 1850 census). She m 26 Sep 1880 Adam
Lotzenberger; res in Kansas.
1008.John F., b 26 Nov 1852, a miller; m Anna Catharine Height.

+
1009.Henry, b 27 Mar 1858 (full name Philip Henry Haner)
350. GEORGE HENDRIK HANER, b 15 Dec 1805, d 28 Feb 1872; a carpenter and millwright;
m 29 Nov 1821 Margaret Fellows, b 1809, d 10 Jan 1861. Both were b, m, and d in West Sand
Lake, NY. As former members of East Sand Lake Baptist Church, “George Hayner and Margaret
Fellows, his wife” were admitted to Wynantskill Reformed Church on 10 Feb 1844.
1010.Elizabeth Regina, b uncertain, d 1890 in West Sand Lake; m 5 Jan 1850 Philip
Craver (Wynantskill Ref); he was from Clifton Park, NY. Parents of both attended the wedding,
but their names were not given, nor was the bride’s birthdate or age. A birth date of 1827 would
be reasonable.

1011.Margaret Maria, b 1828; this may be Anna Maria Hayner, dau of G. H. Hayner,
admitted to Wynantskill Ref Church on 3 Mar 1848.

+ 1012.Catharina, b ca 1831 (twin); b in NY State, d Halfmoon, NY 14 Apr 1912 age 81 as
reported in Halfmoon Vital Records. A tradition in the Isaac Burdick Hayner family (#1303)
states that twin adopted sisters Kate and Carrie visited in southern Michigan, and when the wife
of Clarence Hayner #2292 became ill in Troy, NY a cousin “Fannie Craver,” presumed to be
Kate’s adopted daughter, tried to help care for his young family.
+
1013.Carolina, b 1831 (twin)
1014.Charlotte, b 27 Aug 1834, bp 10 May 1844 (Wynantskill Ref); m 25 Jan 1854 John
G. Bloomingdale of Greenbush (Wynantskill Ref).
+
1015.Lavina, b 19 Oct 1836
1016.Deliah, b 1 Feb 1841, d 5 Apr 1903; received into Wynantskill Ref Church Mar
1858; m William Clute.

351. CATHARINA HANER, b 15 May 1807, d 11 Nov 1897; W. Sand Lake, NY; m John Bird
Marble, b 18 Sep 1804, d 16 Apr 1881. Issue: (MARBLE)
1017.Sarah Catharina, b 20 May 1828; m Tice van der Zee.
1018.Isaiah Eleazer, b 31 Oct 1831; m Amanda Warner.
1019.Cynthia, b 12 Jan 1834
1020.Albert, b 31 Oct 1836
1021.Arthur Lee, b 3 Nov 1838
1022.Althea Jane, b 16 Nov 1841
1023.Charles Edward, b 22 Sep 1852, d 13 Jun 1930 West Sand Lake; m 17 Nov 1875

Elizabeth Hardenburg, b 25 Apr 1852 West Sand Lake, d there 4 Apr 1936.

352. JOHN PHILIP HANER, b 15 Aug 1809 West Sand Lake, NY; m Ann Frazee.
1024.Elizabeth
+
1025.Juliett, b 2 Nov 1842
1026.Sarah
1027.Philip
353. REGINA HANER, b 15 Aug 1812 West Sand Lake, NY, d there 1890; m Harmon van der
Zee, b 7 Oct 1811 West Sand Lake, d there 23 Mar 1853. Issue: (VAN DER ZEE)
1028.George, b 1836, d 1883
1029.Charles Haner, b 1837, d 1895
1030.Philip Sanford, b 5 Mar 1840, d 14 Jun 1922
1031.Edgar F., b 1843, d 1899
1032.Harmon, b 1844, d 1900
1033.Antoinetta, b 1848, d 26 Oct 1935

354. SARAH HANER, b 20 Feb 1815 West Sand Lake, NY, m — Crawford; issue in West
Sand Lake, NY:
(CRAWFORD)
1034.Helen, m — Darling

355. SYLVANIA MARIA HANER, b 26 Jul 1817 West Sand Lake, NY, d there Aug 1891; m
16 Sep 1840 Wait J. Stillman. Issue: (STILLMAN)
1035.Wait H., b 14 Jun 1850
1036.Byron
1037.Maria Antoinette

356. HANNAH LOUISE HANER, (or Hannah Caroline), b 4 May 1819, d 14 Aug 1895. She
m(1) George W. Coonrad. Issue: (COONRAD)
1038.Charles

356. HANNAH LOUISE HANER, b 4 May 1819, m(2) Lynus P. Worthington. (His 1st wife
Malinda died 12 Aug 1843 age 25). Issue: (WORTHINGTON)
1039.Albert
1040.Edgar

Either Albert or Edgar had a son Edgar L. Worthington who d 12 Oct 1968 in West Sand Lake,
NY.
1041.Alice

365. CHARLES P. HANER, b Mar 1796, d 7 Oct 1865 Washtenaw Co., MI; m 10 Sep 1825
Sarah Schlatter (Sliter), b 1801, d 29 Mar 1882 Washtenaw Co., MI.
+
1042.Lewis, b 30 Jul 1826
+
1043.Albert, b 12 Oct 1829 or 1830
1044.Sarah Jane, b 1 Nov 1835, d 11 Sep 1918 at Ypsilanti, MI; m James H. Wilcox, a
tombstone maker.

373. JOSEPH PHILIP HANER, b 5 Apr 1817 West Sand Lake, NY, d 19 Dec 1887 in
Michigan. He m(1) 11 Jul 1845? Harriet Merrill, b NY.
1045.Perry D., b ca 1845 in MI.
1046.Warren, b ca 1846 in MI.
1047.Lemuel Deronda, b Sep 1848 in MI, d 27 Mar 1918, Bellingham, WA; never

married; was a timekeeper and office manager.

373. JOSEPH PHILIP HANER, b 5 Aug 1817; m(2) ca 1857 Isabella Cecil, bp 10 Oct 1830 at
St. Matthews, Bethnal Green, England, d/o John Edward Cecil and Susannah Chambers who
lived in Washtenaw Co. MI in 1870. Isabella had a child Harriett Stahley by a previous marriage;
divorced from Joseph Haner ca 1868 and remarried John Sandberg.
1048.Henrietta, b ca 1858 in MI
1049.Chauncey, b ca 1862 in MI; was in MI in Dec 1926.

+
1050.Philip Sheridan, b 28 May 1865
+
1051.Mary Cassandra, b Jul 1869
375. PHILIP HANER, b 26 Oct 1796; sp Philip Haner & Eva, gr-par (W Sand L), m Mar 1821
Catherine Hagerman at West Sand Lake.
1052.Hannah Caroline, b 29 Feb 1823, bp 23 Apr 1823 W Sand Lake.

376. HENRY HANER, b 19 Nov 1798 West Sand Lake, NY; bp First Luth, Albany, sp Henrich
Muller & Catherine. He m Catharine. Their first 3 children bp at Zion Luth, West Sand Lake.
They moved to Ghent, NY at some time before the 1860 census.
+
1053.Leonard, b 8 Jan 1827
1054.Sarah Eleanor, b 1 Feb 1832, bp 28 Mar 1832; received upon confession into Ref
Church of Greenbush at East Greenbush, 30 Apr 1848. She m 14 Nov 1848 Stephen Decker of
Livingston, Columbia Co.

+ 1055.Philip Martin, b 3 Jul 1834, bp 9 Nov 1834; m 7 Dec 1858 Mellenville, NY Susanna
Morton, b ca 1839. The 1850 census of Livingston shows Thomas Morton age 67, b in Eng.,
Sarah age 39, b in Eng., Susanna age 11 b NY. Philip is listed in 1860 census of Ghent, NY age
24, wife Susan, age 20, in house next to that of Henry and Catherine.
+
1056.Jeremiah, b ca 1838 (age 22 in 1860 census of Ghent, NY)
+ 1057.Michael C., b ca 1840 (age 20 in 1860 census of Ghent, NY). We take this to be
Michael Cornelius Haner who for some reason was recorded as Cornilius M. Haner when he
married Josephine Davis in Mellenville, NY (9 miles from Ghent) on 10 Mar 1865. He was
known as “Mick” to his descendants.
1058.William, b ca 1842 (age 18 in 1860 census of Ghent, NY).

381. ADAM HANER, b 6 Dec 1809 NY, d 3 Nov 1886 Jefferson Twp. Hillsdale Co., MI; m(1)
Mary — , d 1836.
1059.Alzina Ann, d 1836.

381. ADAM HANER, b 6 Dec 1809 NY; m(2) Phebe Steves, b 1821 NY, d 1885 MI, d/o
Enoch & Christina Steves. Issue in New York. According to a 1955 letter from Mittie Davis, a
granddaughter, Adam’s Haner name died out except for descendants of his son Lorenzo.
+
1060.Albert Enoch, b 25 Aug 1840
+
1061.John Peter, b 2 May 1842
+
1062.Harriet C., b 1843
1063.Adelia (Delia) Marie, b 1846 in NY; m — Wilcox before 1865; She and her son
were living with her parents in MI in 1870 census. She d after the 1880 census, in which she was
a widow living near Adam with her son. Issue: .
Hiram P. Wilcox, age 14 in 1880 census.

+
1064.George Henry, b 10 Jul 1847
+
1065.Charlotte Ann (Lottie), b 1849
+
1066.Lorenzo Steves, b 1855
1067. (this code not used)

382. MARTIN HANER, b 26 Jul 1812, d 21 Dec 1853; m 21 Dec 1833 Sand Lake, NY Mariah
Earing, b 4 Jul 1814, d 5 Feb 1875. Issue at Sand Lake.
+
1068.John Henry, b 24 Oct 1836 (Bible), or b 15 Mar 1837
+
1069.Hiram Delmer, b 10 Feb 1839
1070.Almira, b 13 Nov 1843; age 11 in 1855 census of Sand Lake.
383. SARAH MARIA HANER (Sally), b 10 Sep 1816 (twin), d 15 Jan 880; The bp sponsor of
both twins, at Trinity Luth Ch (later merged with Zion Luth Ch) was Maria Ferguson; m ca 1841
William Goewey, Jr., b ca 1814, bp 18 May 1814 Ref Ch., Greenbush NY, d 14 Aug 1882 West
Sandlake NY. The Trinity Lutheran Churchbook has “Sarah Mariah Haner, married Wilham
Geyne a/r/o Henry Haner on 3 Apr 1841.” We have not yet seen the Bible record of this
family.The following is from a Goewey book by Elaine Simms Goewey Kohler, 1989:
(GOEWEY)

1071.Rachel, b ca 1844

1072.William H., b ca 1845/46; bp at West Sandlake. He m Haty W. Shaver, b ca 1846
New York, d/o David Shaver & Haty M. Ancestor of Kenneth William Goewey of Wynantskill
NY.

1073.Levi S., b ca Oct 1846/47/48; m Nettie E. — (Anthonet), b Dec 1850/51 New
York.

1074.Edward P., b Feb 1851 NY, m Mary E. — , b Apr 1862 NY.

1075.Albert, b Feb 1854 NY, m 24 Jan 1878 Alice S. Carver, b Nov 1857/58 NY.

385. PHILIP G. HANER, b 3 Mar 1802 West Sand Lake, NY, d there 27 Jan 1892; m(1) 13 Sep
1823 Hannah Cipperly, b 17 Oct 1799 West Sand Lake, d there 22 Dec 1851, d/o George
Cipperly & Mary Coons.
+
1076.John Freeman, b 12 Jul 1824
+
1077.George Stephen, b 7 Feb 1831 [g-s “Hayner”]
1078.Margaret Maria, b 4 Mar 1833, d 14 Jan 1914; m 19 Jan 1853 Peter M. Younghans.
385. PHILIP G. HANER, b 3 Mar 1802; m(2) 22 Jun 1852 Mariah Shaver, d 22 Jan 1857 age
50; no issue.
385. PHILIP G. HANER, b 3 Mar 1802; m(3) 5 Sep 1857 Mrs. Julia Ann Shaver Lape, b
1817 West Sand Lake, d there 9 Oct 1878 age 61 y, 1 m, 4 d; no issue.
386. JEREMIAH GEORGE HANER, b 17 Nov 1803 West Sand Lake, NY, d there 29 Sep
1877; m 21 Jun 1823 Magdalena Craver, b 18 Aug 1803 in West Sand Lake, d there 2 Apr
1896.
+
1079.Martin Luther, b 23 Aug 1824
+
1080.Esias, b 2 May 1826
1081.Anna Maria, b 29 Dec 1829, d 17 Oct 1830
1082.William J., b 15 Jun 1831, d 21 Mar 1884
+
1083.Caroline S., b 14 Aug 1833
1084.Jeremiah, b 18 Jan 1837
387. EVA P. HANER, b 9 Apr 1805 West Sand Lake, NY, d there 27 Dec 1875; m 4 Jan 1823
Bernhard Uline Sharp, b 30 Dec 1805 West Sand Lake, d there 22 Nov 1882, s/o Nicholas
Sharp & Elizabeth Uline. He remarried before 1880 to Mary E. — . Issue: (SHARP)
1085.George Nicholas, b 6 Nov 1823, d 17 Dec 1893 West Sand Lake, NY. He m ca 1858
Jane E. Green, a widow, b 1838 Green Co., NY, d 22 Oct 1909; both are bu Oakwood cem, Troy,
NY. Issue: ¬ Melvin B., b 1859, d 28 Apr 1905, m Mary E. — , b 1880, d 4 Mar 1926 (Burton

A., 1896, 2 ch; Flavia May, 1897, m Burton A. Lape).
1086.Sarah Elizabeth, b 2 Feb 1831; d after 1909; m(1) 1853 William Henry Huyck, b
1833, d 19 Jun 1854; one child, in Generation [6]:

[6].Sarah Evaline Huyck, b 13 Apr 1854, d 3 Aug 1884, Huntersland, NY. She
m(1) 1871 John Edwin Lape, b 22 May 1848 West Sand Lake; d there 24 Oct 1872.
Sarah Eveline m(2) Alfred T. Campbell b 1847 Quaker Street, NY, had 2 ch. The
only child of the first marriage was

[7].Flora Evaline Lape, b 17 Jan 1872 Sand Lake, NY, d 23 Jan 1893
Schenectady, NY; m 1890 John Clement Cheney, b 27 Apr 1868 Fort Dodge, IA, d
31 Oct 1929 Schenectady, NY; he m(2) Grace Shafer; m(3) Catherine Cochoran.
Flora Evaline Lape Cheney had 2 sons:

[8a].Richard Sidney Cheney, b 14 Aug 1891 Schenectady, NY, d 19 Oct 1930
Wesleyville, PA; m 20 May 1916 Bessie May Fails, b 8 Dec 1888 Millcreek, NY, d
16 Mar 1966 Erie, PA. (2 sons—1 of whom died young, 2 daughters—1 of whom
died young, grandchildren).

[8b].Edwin Fox Cheney, b 23 Mar 1893, d 1957; m Daisy Hayes. (1 son, 1
daughter, grandchildren).

1086.Sarah Elizabeth, b 2 Feb 1831; m(2) ca 1868 Philip H. Craver, b 20 May 1828 East
Greenbush, NY; d there 6 May 1899, s/o Jacob Craver & Catherine Shaver; his grandparents
Jacob & Rebecca (Spoon) Craver lived on the family farm in North Greenbush settled by his
great-grandfather John who came from Germany. Issue (Craver): .
William H., b 14 May 1871, d
14 Jul 1876; .
Chester B., b 1873, living in 1905.

388. SARAH P. HANER, b 21 May 1807 West Sand Lake, NY, m 28 Mar 1827 Andrew Link.
Issue in West Sand Lake: (LINK)
1087.Sylvester, b 10 Mar 1831
1088.Harriett, b 6 Jan 1835
1089.Martha C., b 1836; m — Reynolds; d 1916 West Sand Lake.

5th GENERATION IN AMERICA

395. (MARY) ELIZABETH HAYNER, b 3 Jul 1810, d 17 May 1897, sp George Brust &
Christina File. They lived and died in Brunswick NY. She m Jacob Bornt, Jr., b 4 Aug 1807, d
17 May 1897, s/o Jacob Bornt & Catharina Sipperly. Issue: (BORNT)
1090.Mary C., b 7 Oct 1831, d 30 Sep 1865 in Brunswick NY.
1091.Anna Catharina, b 15 May 1835, d 7 Apr 1881 in Brunswick, NY.
1092.Martin, b 25 May 1835/1838 Brunswick, NY, d 14 Feb 1921, bu Eagle Mills NY; m

Hannah Laura Rose, b 28 Feb 1844/45 Schaghticoke NY, d 12 Apr 1897 Brunswick NY, d/o
Henry Harry Rose & Eliza Adaline Hauver, bu Eagle Mills NY. Issue: .
Laura, b 22 Dec 1863, d
1936; m Dexter Wagner; .
William, b 1865, d 1907; .
Addie, b 1867, d 14 Sep 1924; bu
Hoosick Falls,NY; m 1898 Sherman Coonradt; .
Arthur, b 6 Oct 1880, d 29 Sep 1971; m Abbie
Snyder; .
Cora Louise, b 1 Oct 1882, d 23 Feb 1969 Cambridge NY; m 28 Oct 1907 Christian
Hansen (Leona Isabelle 1908, daughter, son, son, daughter, son, daughter); .
Inez, b 17 Nov
1886, d 15 Feb 1958; m 26 Mar 1908 #3437.Alvah Edward Bonesteel, b Jul 1883, d 28 Jul 1952,
s/o Ai Bonesteel & #2515.Harriett Frances Hayner; see under Alvah’s code for their children.

412. ALBERTUS HAYNER/HANER, (Albert Haner) b 17 or 19 Apr 1804 Brunswick NY, bp
27 May 1804 Gil Luth sp Albertus Simon & wife Eva, d 11 Mar 1883. He was a blacksmith in
South Milford, MI; then in Nobles Co. MN; died in Spring Valley, Fillmore Co. MN. On 2 or 28

Jan 1834 he m Jane Geneva Letourneau, b 13 Jun 1809 Macomb MI, d 20 Aug 1869 Tyrone

MI, bu Milford MI. He and his children used the spelling HANER.

1093.John Albert, b 9 Oct 1834 in MI, d ca 20 Aug 1835.

1094.Rebecca Jane, b 18 Nov 1835 Detroit MI, d 28 Dec 1920 Racine MN. She did not
marry.

+
1095.Harriet Maria, b 8 Aug 1837.
+
1096.Mary Louisa, b 22 Sep 1839
1097. ( son ) b 16 Jul 1841.
+
1098.Frances Adeline (Adah), b 31 Oct 1842.
1099.Alfred Uriah, b 27 Aug 1845 Milford MI, d 11 Jan 1848. [Camp family Bible has 27
Jun 1843.]
1100.Charlotte Ann (Lottie), b 27 Jan 1847 Tyrone, Livingston Co. MI, d 22 Mar 1877
Hamilton MN. She m 15 Oct 1868 John N. Pickett. She died as a result of her first pregnancy.
1101.Flora Alcina, b 30 Oct 1850 Nov in MI, m 24 Oct 1871 in Milford MI James
Tilden, b ca 1848 Saline, MI.

413. SARAH MARIA HANER, bp 7 Feb 1809 Gil Luth. m 20 Oct 1827 Stephen Day, Jr. at
Gil Luth. In 1856 they were living at Gilsum NH. Dates of ch from 1860 census. Issue: (DAY)
1102.Fany M, b ca 1835
1103.Rebecca J., b ca 1839. Possibly m — Barbanks (no proof)

414. ELIZABETH ANN HANER, b 28/29 Mar 1811 in NY, bp 18 May 1811 under name of
Elisabeth Anna, d 8 Feb 1843 in Columbia, OH. She m 31 Oct 1833 Gamaliel Thatcher
Burbank, b 2 Sep 1807, d 29 Jul 1867; a farmer who settled in Pipestone MI. Issue:
(BURBANK)
1104.Frederick Moses, b 5 Jul 1834, d 14 Sep 1835

1105.Hannah Rebecca, b 5 Aug 1835 in NY, d 17 Feb 1911 Sodus, Berrien Co MI; m
Frederick Doane.

1106.John Sylvester, b 25 Sep 1836 Wheatland MI, d 5 Aug 1843 in Columbia, Williams
Co OH.

1107.George Egbert, b 2 Jul 1838 MI, d 14 Jul 1843 OH.

1108.Charles Anson, b 22 Dec 1840 Columbia OH, d Benton Harbor MI; m 1 May 1870
Emily Jane Hunter. Issue .
Cleon Robert, b 2 Feb 1875; .
Verna Ione, b 24 Feb 1879, m 31 May
1898 Roscoe Robert Rouse (Mildred Lenore 1900, Lorene Alice 1906, Imogene Clara 1909,
daughter, 1912); .
Charles Eugene, b 18 Feb 1891, d 1 Jun 1891; .
Erma Jennie, b 20 Aug 1892.

1109.Eliza Ann, b 4 Feb 1843 Columbia OH, d 29 Aug 1846.

415. MARGARET MAGDALENE HANER, b 26 May 1815, bp 12 Aug 1815 First Presb. Ch.
Troy NY, d 21 Oct 1857 MI. She m Rev. Peter Smith Wisner of Ovid, NY, b 16 Jan 1812, d 21
Feb 1880 (per cem rec., Cascade Twp, Kent Co MI.) Issue: (WISNER)
1110.Rebecca L.., b ca 1835 NY; m William L. Ogden, b ca 1833 NJ. Issue: .
Daisy, b ca
1857; .
Coe[?], b ca 1859 ; .
Burdan[?] b ca 1862; .
Eugenia, b ca 1864; .
Edith, b ca 1867.
Ages from 1870 Census.

1111.Matilda M., b 1836 NY, d 18 Sep 1897; m 2 Sep 1855 in Greece, NY James (John)
Van Orden, b 2 Jun 1821 NJ, d Aug 1901 Muskegon MI. Issue: .
Charles S., b Feb 1860, d 18
Aug 1864 MI; .
Franky E., b Jan 1861, d 19 Aug 1864 MI; .
Raselus E., b Mar 1863, d 14 Aug
1864 MI; .
Ella S., b Jan 1865, d 16 Apr 1870 MI; .
Jennie Alida, b 7 Sep 1866, d 17 Nov 1926
MI; m George S. Passage, b 1856, d 1942 (Hazel, Flag, Alta); .
Gertie L., b 25 Mar 1869, d 14
Apr 1870 MI; .
Louisa Marjorie, b 25 Dec 1870, d 23 Dec 1936, m William M. Meeks (Fern).

1112.Byron D., b ca 1837, d 1915, bu Cascade twp., Kent Co MI; m Ellen C— , b 1845, d

1919. Issue: .
Benjamin Otis, b 19 Mar 1868; .
Willie, b 11 Jul 1874 (calc), d 11 Sep 1885, bu

Cascade twp, Kent Co MI.

1113.Sarah Louise, b ca 1839; m — Frazee.

1114.Margaret M., b 1841, d Jun 1856

1115.John Sylvester, b 1845 Greece, NY, m Hattie E. Stephens. Issue: .
G.S.E., b ca
1872, d ca 1895; m Cornelia A. Fitzpatrick (Fitz John 1898, Grace Meryl 1900); .
Grace
Winnifred, b 19 Sep 1875; .
Ruth Lorenza, b ca 1876.

1116.Adelia M., b ca 1846, d after 1869

1117.Gustavus H., b 1848

1118.Mercy Ruth, b 1850 [or 1848], d 1911; bu Cascade Twp. By 1869 she had m(1)
Lewis McCracken, Sr. Issue: .
Grey; .
Cornelius; .
Guy; .
Julia; .
Margaret; .
Adelia; .
Kate; .
Coll (“C.F.”); m(2) Jerome B. Warner. She was buried under the name Ruth Wisner Warner.

1119.Albert J. G., b 1852

1120.Manly S., b Dec 1853, d 14 Apr 1879

1121.Frederick L., b 1854

416. JOHN FREDERICK HANER, b 28 Sep 1817, d 1853 or 1854 in Greece, NY. In the
probate papers of his father it was stated that “Frederick J.” died after his father’s death [30 Mar
1853] and before his mother’s death [2 Aug 1854] leaving a child Elizabeth A. Haner, his only
heir at law. He m Rebecca — , who survived the daughter.
1121a.Elizabeth A., d before 2 Aug 1854

417. REBECCA JANE HANER, b 16 Jul 1820, d 1 Feb 1864, bu Holbrooke cem Savannah
Twp, Wayne Co. NY. She m between Mar 1853 and Aug 1856 Harvey Blaisdell. Issue:
(BLAISDELL)
1122.Ida, b Sep 1859 (per 1860 census)

419a. WILLIAM HANER, b 29 Feb 1816, d 1910 Otsego Co. NY. He m Lucenia Ketchum.d

Otsego Co. NY; both bu South Worcester Cemetery.

1122a.William, b Sep 1853, d 25 Dec 1853.

1122b.Emiza Ann, b 16 Feb 1850, d 8 Apr 1851

1122c.Truman, b 1857, d 1940; m Minna Wayman, b 1858, d 1939.

420.JOHN HAYNER/HAYNOR, b ca 1823 NY; m Susanna Mowers/Morris, b ca 1820 NY

+ 1122d.Calista, b ca 1855 NY; m her first cousin, George Adam Hayner/Haynor (1122e).
421.GEORGE HAYNER/HAYNOR, b ca 1828; m Elvira —, bca 1836 NY

+
1122e.George Adam, b ca 1853 NY
1122f.Betsey, b ca 1869 NY
422. ELIZA FRANCES HAYNER (ELIZABETH), b 28 Dec 1839 in NY, d 12 Nov 1911
Schenevus, town of Maryland, Otsego Co. NY. She m Alexander B. Strain, b 22 Oct 1837, d 26
Apr 1917. Issue: (STRAIN)
1123.Sarah Jane, b 28 Apr 1859, d 5 Dec 1902; m John M. Reynolds, b 16 May 1849, d 5
Jan 1927, s/o Israel Reynolds. Issue: .
Anna Mae, b 20 Jan 1884, m Ward J. Hyney, b 4 Oct
1878, d 4 Mar 1937 Oneonta NY (Minard 1909); .
Ira J., b 17 May 1886, m 13 Nov 1906 Mary
Utter, b 10 May 1884, d 9 Aug 1939 (3 sons); .
Nettie b 28 Apr 1889, d 5 Oct 1890; .
Charlotte
Theo, b 28 Apr 1894, d 1 Apr 1970, m(1) 16 Mar 1910 Floyd Hamilton Colman, b 14 Dec 1888
(div) (1 son, 1 daughter); Charlotte m(2) ca 1930 Charles E. VanValkenburgh, d 1962 (1 son); .
Mary Frances, b 25 Oct 1897, m 22 Aug 1913 George Albert Thayer, b 22 Aug 1892, d Dec 1945

(2 sons, 1 daughter).

1124.Ellen Ruth, b 7 Jan 1861, d 12 Jul 1952. She m(1) 17 Mar 1888 Nelson O’Brien, b
29 Mar 1852, d 23 Jun 1901 Unadilla NY. Issue: .
Edith, b 10 Jun 1890, d 26 Aug 1890; .
Alex
Charles, b 26 Jan 1893, m Hazel Alice Hewitt, b 22 Nov 1901. Ellen m(2) 23 Nov 1904 Joseph

W. Dougherty, b 6 Jan 1861, d 27 Dec 1936 Otsego Co., NY.
1125.Edwin A., b 17 Sep 1863, d 24 Jan 1864 Maryland, NY.
1126.Elmer Charles, b 10 Sep 1865, d 17 Jan 1932 Unadilla NY.; m 13 Aug 1892 Ella
May All, b 4 Oct 1874, d 26 Mar 1926 Albany NY. Issue, b in Maryland NY: .
Clarence E., b 19
Jun 1895; .
Edith Julia, b 24 Sep 1897; .
Howard F., b 7 Nov 1903.
1127.(infant daughter) b Apr 1881, lived only a few days.

424. MATTHEUS WILHELM HEINER b 17 Sep 1799, bp 20 Oct 1799; sp Mattheus Brust &
wife Anna Maria (Gil Luth); d 1884; m 31 Mar 1823 Elizabeth Green (Clav Ref); d 1 Jun 1871
at Troy, NY. The children used the HANER spelling of the name.
+
1128.Levi James, b 28 Dec 1824
+
1129.Margaret, b 7 Jan 1830
1130.Jacob, b 1830
+
1131.Almira, b 1832
+
1132.Mary, b 12 Dec 1836
1133.William, b 1838
1134.Hiram, b 1842, d 6 Sep 1864
+
1135.Emma, b ca 1845
+
1136.Marshall Frink, b 28 Mar 1848
426. CAROLINA HAYNER (Gardalina), b 23 Apr 1806, bp 25 May 1806 (Gil Luth); d 1871
age 65 y 11 mo; m Simon Douglas, b 1806. They lived in Mina, Chautauqua Co., NY where they
had issue.
Note: Very few of the courthouse records in Mayville, county seat of Chautauqua Co., are
spelled Hayner. Most are Haner. This probably applies to the following 4 families, although
records specific to them have not been located in court records. The name is spelled Hayner by
most of the living descendants of Philip G. Haner (#109). Issue: (DOUGLAS)

1137.Henry, b 1831
1138.Elizabeth, b 1832
1139.Simon, b 1843
1140.Alford, b 1846
1141.Margaret, b 1850

431. PETER HAYNER, b ca 1815, d 1893; prob. bp in Albany 1st Luth Church as were his
siblings. He m Ellen Connor, b ca 1833 in Ireland, d 1922. This family was in the 1865 census of
Chautauqua Co., NY. listed as follows: Peter Hayner, 50, farmer, born Chautauqua Co. (?);
Helen, 35, wife, born Ireland; 4 children listed: Kate 11, Peter 8, Elen 5, Daniel 3 1/2. A tradition
(of unknown origin) has him “supposedly another child of Philip and Jane Hayner.” We identify
this Peter Hayner with the ancestor of Kathryn Heenan, even though Kathryn’s information is that
her Peter was born 1800 (tombstone) rather than 1815 (deduced from 1865 census). She does
place his wife Ellen as born 1830 in Cork, Ireland, which agrees with 1865 census. Significantly,
among the 8 children of Peter and Ellen listed in Kathryn Heenan’s records are 3 of the 4 in the
1865 Chautauqua County census. The 1860 and 1870 censuses of Schenectady, NY, show this
family, and Ellen’s birthdate would be 1832/1833 according to these censuses. The genealogy of
this line has not yet been established with certainty.
1142. Catherine (Kate), b ca 1854, NY

+
1143.Peter, b 1858, NY

1144.Ellen Jane, b ca 1860, NY; m — Taylor
1145.Daniel, b ca 1862, NY; no ch.
1146.Charlotte, b ca 1865, NY
1147.Mary Emma, b ca 1868, NY; m — Fellows

+ 1148.William Henry, b Dec 1869, NY
(1870 census, Schenectady, NY)
+
1149.Dora (Honora)
433. CORNELIUS HAYNER, b 22 Jan 1820 Brunswick, NY; bp Albany 1st Luth Church; d
Mina, NY 28 May 1874, @ 54-4-6. He m Charlotte E. Crundwell, b Jun 1822 in England, d 27
Feb 1879 @ 56-8. Lived in Mina, Chautauqua Co, NY. The Mina Township census records of
1855 and 1860 show Cornelius and Charlotte and older children.
+
1150.Clara G., b ca 1850 (1860 census age 10)
+
1151.William Harrison, b ca 1851 or 11 May 1865
1152.Peter B., b ca 1853 (1860 census; not in 1855 census)
1153.Mary G., b ca 1855 (only in 1855 census, age 4 months)
+
1154.Josephine (Josie, Leslie), b ca 1859
+
1155.Edmund C. (Ned), b ca 1862
+
1156.Frank, b 1868, d 1941
1157.Ida Belle, m — Smith
436. PHILLIP HAYNER, b 15 Jun 1827 Brunswick, NY, d 1863 Mina, NY. He m Martha
Jane Gill, b 4 Sep 1835 or 1836, d 5 Nov 1875 Mina, NY.
+
1158.Eliza Jane, b 1860 Mina, NY
+
1159.Edgar Montgomery, b 1861
438. CONRAD C. HAYNER, b 16 Nov 1809 in NY, d 2 Oct 1869 at Cohoctah, Livingston Co.,
MI. He and his brother Josiah came from the Hudson valley to Parma, Monroe Co., NY, then to
Livingston Co., MI where they operated one of the first threshing machines in the State, and
purchased land in 1836. He was elected to various township offices; as Highway Commissioner
for many years he is credited with standing firm in having roads laid out straight instead of
haphazard as some fought for. He d in Cohoctah, MI. Conrad m(1) Elsey Wixom, d/o Dr. Robert
& Sarah J. Wixom; she d 30 Aug 1838 at 21 yr 7 da and is buried with her infant daughter at
Farmington, Oakland Co., MI.
+
1160.Cyrus George, b 28 Mar 1834
1161.Sarah M., d 5 Aug 1838; d inf.
438. CONRAD C. HAYNER, b 16 Nov 1809, m(2) Irena Cropsey, d/o William and Lorinda
Cropsey of Parma, NY, b ca 23 Aug 1813, d 5 Feb 1870 @ 56-5-12; bu Cohoctah, Livingston
Co., MI.
+
1162.Elsie Jane, b 15 Jun 1840
+
1163.Andrew Jackson, b 2 Feb 1842
+
1164.Conrad Cropsey, b 7 Aug 1844
1165.James K. Polk, b ca 7 Jun 1845, d 7 Aug 1846 @ 1 yr 2 mo (whooping cough).
+
1166.Mary Elizabeth, b 27 Feb 1847
+
1167.Lorinda Elzora, b 22 Jul 1848
+
1168.Ellen Irena, b 14 Jun 1850
+
1169.Euretta Delilla, b 1852
+
1170.Charles William, b 17 Feb 1854
+
1171.Esmeralda Elnora, b 5 Aug 1856

439. SABRINA HAYNER, b 1811 in NY, d Oct 27 1891; m 25 Nov 1835 John Tice, b 1811
Rensselaer Co., NY, d Feb 1892 Ann Arbor, MI, s/o . He was a carpenter in Schaghticoke, NY, in
1850, later was an early house builder in Ann Arbor, MI. Issue: (TICE)
1172.William A. b 1836. He may be the William N. Tice, b 29 Dec 1836 in Troy NY, who
was wounded at Gettysburg 1862, went to Ann Arbor, MI in 1868, d in a soldier’s home Grand
Rapids, MI 14 Feb 1917; m Troy NY Gertrude M. Turner, no ch.

1173.Peter Calvin, b 4 Jun 1839 Schaghticoke, NY, d 6 Apr 1916 Cope, CO; res in NE,
KS, and CO. He m(1) and was divorced 1878; m(2) 16 Oct 1884 Mrs. Hattie (Fuller) Farrington,
b 1861 Dorr Center, MI (div). Issue: .
Burt (1885); .
Lucinda Sabrina (1888); .
Allie Viola
(1891); .
Pluma F. (1893).

1174.Louisa, b 1839 (possible twin of Peter, d.y.?)

1175.James M., b 1840; res Bay City, MI in 1886

1176.Noble Clarence, b 21 Mar 1844 Rensselaer Co., NY; d 24 Sep 1902 Ann Arbor, MI.
He m 18 Dec 1870 Elizabeth Hagan, b ca 1857, d 12 Oct 1923 Ann Arbor, MI. Issue: .
Frank
(1873); .
Mattie (1876); .
Loretta(?) (1880); .
Alice (1882); .
Clarence (1886).

1177.Frances Adeline, b 1846; res. Ann Arbor; m 20 Mar 1903 Franklin Benham, b 5 Nov
1842, d 2 Mar 1904; both were b in Rensselaer Co., NY. He was a hotel owner and horseman in
Ann Arbor, had 2 sons.

1178.Mary E., b 1846 (twin?)
1179.John E., b 1849; res Ann Arbor 1902.
1180.Abraham, b 1850; res Ann Arbor 1902.
1181.Harry, b 1868 (doubtful)

440. ANNA MARIA HAYNER, b 14 May 1813 Montgomery Co., NY, d 27 Jan 1893, bu
Anderson cem., Troy Twp, MI. She m Zebedee Briggs, b 18 Mar 1811 Montgomery Co., NY, d
6 May 1874; res Oakland Co., Troy Twp, Royal Oak, MI. Issue: (BRIGGS)
1182.James, b ca 1838
1183.Malvina J. (Lavina), b 26 Sep 1840, d 17 Sep 1916 Troy, MI.
1184.John J., b ca 1841
1185.Samuel, b ca 1843
1186.William, b ca 1845
1187.Benjamin A., b ca 1847, d 11 Sep 1905 or 1901 (?)
1188.Mary, b ca 1849

443. JOSIAH C. HAYNER, b 7 Jun 1824 in NY, d 11 Jul 1878; teamster, bu Brighton, MI. He
m 3 Jul 1851 at age 26 Mariah L. Bigham, b 28 Oct 1833, d 7 Feb 1888, d/o Governor Bigham.
His middle name may have been Cyrus (death certif. of Irene gives her father as “Cyrus”) The
order of the children is uncertain.
1189.Celia Elizabeth, b 14 Nov 1852, d 23 Apr 1828 age 75-5-9 in Livingston Co., MI.

She m a Dyer.
1190.Eugene, b ca 1853
1191.Clarence, b ca 1858, age 12 in 1870 census
1192.Mary, d Mar 1861, age 1 year

+
1193.Irene L., b 28 Dec 1864
1194.William, b 7 Dec 1869, Brighton, MI
+
1195.Katherine Minnie, b 22 Mar 1874, Brighton, MI
1196.Clara, d at about 1 year
1197.Charley, d. inf.
445. CHRISTINA HAYNER, b 10 Nov 1826 at Grafton, Rensselaer Co., NY, d 10 Oct 1899 at
72-11-10 (doesn’t quite check); bu Merrihew cem, Olive Twp, Clinton Co., MI. She m 21 Nov

1847 at Farmington, MI William Sperry, b 28 Mar 1823, E. Bloomfield, Ontario Co., NY, d 10
May 1901, bu Olive Twp, Clinton Co., MI. Some dates of children estimated from census.

(SPERRY)

1198.Laura, b ca 1851
1199.Annettia, b ca 1852
1200.John H. Sperry, b 17 Sep 1853, d 2 Apr 1925; m Philomena Couture, b 24 Aug

1838, d 15 Jan 1924; res Bay City, MI. In generation [7]:

[7a].John H. Sperry, Jr., b 1 Apr 1872, d 2 Apr 1948
[8a].Pauline Sperry
[8b].Charles Sperry; had dau. Sally.
[8c].James Sperry

[7b].William L. Sperry, b 1875; m Alice.
[7c].George Edward Sperry, b 3 Mar 1879, d 31 May 1947, m 20 Dec 1898
Marguerite Mary McLean, b 15 Aug 1877, d 13 May 1939. Res Saginaw, MI. (7
daughters, 4 sons, grandchildren).
[7d].Charles E. Sperry, b 25 Dec 1881, d 4 Oct 1885, Bay City.

1201.Darius Eliazer Sperry, b 14 Aug 1855, d 1925; bu Olive Twp; m 30 Sep 18xx Lily

Mary Delph in Bengal, Clinton Co., MI (she b 26 May 1867 in Guilford, Medina Co., OH).
[7a].Gordon Howard Sperry, d 12 Dec 1982; m 28 Jul 1924 Hazel May French, b 2
Jul 1898, d 15 Apr 1974. (5 sons, grandchildren).
[7b].Dean Sperry, m Lovella.
[7c].Charlotte Sperry, m — VerPlank.
[7d].Nellie Sperry, m Sam Sherwood.
[7e].Kenneth Sperry, m Margaret.
[7f].Henry Sperry

1202.Mary G., b ca 1860, d 26 May 1862 age 2 yr (cem record)
1203.Willie G., b ca 3 Aug 1865, d 3 Apr 1867 @ 2-8-0 (g-s).
1204.Eddie J., b 1866, d 1939 Clinton Co., MI
1205.Addie Jane, b 2 Oct 1866, d 1949 (twin of Eddie). She m 2 Oct 1883 Edward

Augustus Jacob, b 12 Feb 1862, d 30 Jun 1940.
[7a].Ethel Christina Jacob
[7b].Marion Nina Jacob
[7c].Berince Lillian Jacob, b 1893, m John Hopp, b 1892. (1 son, 1 daughter)
[7d].Charles Frederick Jacob,b 10 Jul 1896, d 17 Aug 1975; m 25 Dec 1920 Olive

Mae Hawks, b 19 Mar 1901, d 23 Nov 1975. (3 sons, 2 daughters, grandchild).
[7e].Thelma Prene Jacob
[7f].Lettie Aurrila Jacob

446. ELIZABETH HAYNER, m William Foster (husband’s first name from record of an
Elizabeth, wife of William Foster in Clinton Co. 1866, with daughters as given below). She is
named Elizabeth Foster as an heir of her brother George. Issue: (FOSTER)
1206.Ellen
1207.Mary

447. JOHN HANER (name spelling from Bible), b 17 Apr 1816 in NY, d 3 May 1878 in MI; m
7 Jan 1840 Ruth Potter, b 25 Jun 1824, d 11 Nov 1887 Benton Twp, Eaton Co., MI, d/o
Cornelius Potter & Ruth Rose. Ruth’s brother Nelson Dee Potter m Sarah Jane Haner (#1295).
Res. Okemos, MI; all 9 ch b in MI.
+ 1208.Edwin C., b 19 Sep 1840
+ 1209.Charles A., b 10 Jan 1843
+ 1210.Jacob C., b 8 Dec 1845

+
1211.Frances A., b 2 Sep 1847
+
1212.Lansing Alanson (“Lan”), b 13 Jan 1850
1213.Henry, b 26 Apr 1853
+
1214.Rebecca (Becky), b 16 Feb 1855
+
1215.Nelson Andrew, b 7 May 1857
1216.William W., b 15 Sep 1864 Okemos, MI, d 31 Aug 1905 Grand Rapids, MI. He was
a carpenter.

448. CONRAD HANER (Coonradt), b 1820, d 7 Jun 1892. He settled on a farm at Lowell, MI,
where he married twice; all 13 children, born in MI, are by his first wife. The wives are different
in each of three census records, and each lists the same 13 children. The last names are also
spelled differently; 1850 Phebe Hayner, 1860 Mary Haner, 1870 Jennie Hainer. Conrad Haner
m(1) Phebe Bennett, d ca 1863, d/o Silas Bennett who was b ca 1761 in England, d ca 1863 in
America, lived to be 102.
+
1217.Ann Marie, b 29 Sep 1838
+
1218.George
1219.Libby, m William Rice.
1220.Zenas, d at 14 or 15
+
1221.Henrietta, b ca 1844 (age 16 in 1860 census, 35 1880 census)
+
1222.Marietta, b ca 1846 (age 14 in 1860)
1223.Desdemona (Desty), b ca 1848 (age 12 in 1860 census), m(1)— Darling, res State
of Washington, had 2 sons; m(2) — Howard, had 1 dau.

+
1224.Helen, b 16 May 1849, (age 11 in 1860 census)
1225.Sarah Jane, b 1852, d 1919; m(1) Nelson Dee Potter, brother of Ruth Potter Haner
(wife of #447). They had 5 ch; one of them was N. D. Potter, a “grandson of Conrad Haner”;
m(2) Frank Sloan (5 ch).

+
1226.Lyle (Lisle)
+
1227.Joshua (Jay C. in marriage record, Kent Co. MI)
+
1228.Charles, b 3 Dec 1861
1229.Infant, b ca 1863.
448. CONRAD HANER, b 1820; m(2) Mary or Jennie — ; no ch. She d in Campbell Twp,
Ionia Co. MI on 7 Jul 1880 at age 54 y 9 mo.
449. RUPEL (Russell) HAYNER, b 2 Oct 1823, d 1 Apr 1873 Hamburg, Livingston Co., MI; m
21 Jan 1844 Phoebe Whitehead, from Tryon, Steuben Co., NY, b 26 Jul 1827, d 7 Mar 1907,
Hamburg, MI, believed to be bu near Tryon. Rupel (Russell) received two land grants in Sec. 13
in 1854 and Sec. 15 in the same or next year, had issue in Hamburg, MI.
1230.William Willis, b 13 May 1845, d 5 Jun 1894; bu Hamburg, MI; enlisted in
Company C of 9th Michigan Cavalry Regiment. (He and his brother Alfred both given as age 3 in
1850 census of Hamburg Twp.)

+
1231.Alfred A., b 5 Oct 1846
+
1232.Truman Henry, b 15 Mar 1849
1233.Edgar, b 17 Jul 1854, d 27 Mar 1858
1234.Charles, b 15 Aug 1858, d 12 Apr 1893, bu Hamburg
+
1235.Frank H., b 14 Oct 1862
+
1236.James H., b 18 Oct 1869
1237-1248. (These codes are not used.)
452. JOHANNES HAINER, b 20 Nov 1804 (bp St. Peter Luth, Rhinebeck; sp parents). The
spelling of the name was quite volatile in this generation; by 1850 census Haynor and Hayner
were often used. He married Catherine, b ca 1823 (age 27 in 1850 census, Dutchess Co).

+
1249.George N., b ca 1849
1250.M— , (female), b ca 1853
453. DAVID J. HAYNOR, b 14 Feb 1807, sp David Pulver & Elizabeth (St.Peter Luth). The
initial is read as T in some old records. He m Elizabeth Faroe, b ca 1811.
1251.Mary Christina, b 5 Apr 1835; m 23 Jun 1859 James B. Scofield at Germantown Ref
Church.

+
1252.Silas Alonzo, b 7 May 1838
+
1253.Irving Feroe, b 2 Apr 1842
455. PETER WILLIAM HAYNOR, b 22 Jul 1812; bp St. Peter Luth, Rhinebeck; sp by parents.
He m Cornelia Davis, b ca 1820, d/o John Davis, on 2 Jan 1840 (Germ Ref Church, Red Hook).
Res Fishkill, NY 1850 census, Red Hook, NY 1860 census.
1254.William A., b ca 1841
1255.Robert Adam. b ca 1844
1256.Another child, initial “L,” gender not given, b ca 1856

460. GILBERT HAYNOR, b ca 1825, m Martha Welch, b ca 1838; res. Rhinecliff, NY 1880
census. Children bp St Peter Luth, Rhinebeck.
1257.Florence May, b 30 May 1874

+
1258.Floyd Winfield, b 1 Jan 1877
462. ANNA MARIA HANER, (Mary Ann), b 2 Jul 1794; sp Petrus Hunner & wife Anna Maria
(Gil Luth). She m Lodowick Bonesteel, b or bp 9 Nov 1790 Gilead Luth, s/o Ludwig Bonesteel
and Margaretha Coonradt. Their ch bp Gilead Luth. Issue: (BONESTEEL)
1259.John, b or bp 4 Sep 1816; m Mary Wager

1260.David Henry, b or bp 4 Jun 1818; m Eliza Agan

1261.Margaret, b 9 May 1820, d 1858; m Jacob Agan, b 1818, d 1881. Issue: .
Charles
Wesley, b 1850, d 1921, m Margaret Butterfield , b 1853, d 1917, had Lora (1881) m Peter L.
Stover .

1262.Irena, b 20 Sep 1823; m David Henry McChesney

1263.Elizabeth, b 28 Jun 1826; m John C. Potter

1264.Mary Maria, d 25 Dec 1833 age 5y, 4m, 5d

1265.Catharine (Kate), b ca 1831, d 1903 age 72. She m(1) Nason West, a machinist in
Troy NY, d 1876 age 45. Issue: .
Mary, b 1857, d 1885, m Samuel Blackburn, Irish-born railroad
worker in Rensselaer NY (stillborn dau, Clara May, Katherine Cordelia (Kate) 1881
[grandmother of Suzanne Hechemy], Mabel Irene); .
Nason Ellsworth, b ca 1862, d 1893.... Kate
m(2) Charles Shroder, d 1893, who had previously married Louisana West, sister of Nason West,
no ch.

1266.Jeremias, b 22 Jun 1834; m Louise Bounds
1267.Frances Adeline, b 14 Apr 1839; m George Weaver

463. MARGARET HANER, b 6 Aug 1796; sp Sebastian Lohnes & wife Margaretha,
“grandparents” (Gil Luth); d before her father (will). She m Jacob Brust, b 13 Sep 1789, s/o
Jacob and Eva Coonradt Brust. Issue in Brunswick, NY: (BRUST)
1268.Catharina, b 12 Sep 1814, d 13 May 1894; m Jacob Clum, b 31 Dec 1810 or 1 Jan
1811, d 17 Nov 1891; he was #758, son of Adam Clum and Magdalena Haner. Catharina and
Jacob Clum are bu Center Brunswick, NY with several of their children.

1269.Eva, b 11 Apr 1816. She may have m a Lohnes before 1844. The 1844 will of John

P. Hayner, father of Margaret Hayner Brust, names presumed grandchildren in the following
sequence: Catharina Clum, Eva Lohnes, and Mary, Henry, Elizabeth, and Christina Brust the

latter a minor. Jacob, not mentioned, must have died young.

1270.Maria [possibly b between Elizabeth & Jacob]

1271.Henry, b 10 Sep 1818, d 1888 ; m 13 May 1843 Mary Margaret Lohnes, b 15 Oct
1820 Center Brunswick, NY, d 1903. Both bu Eagle Mills NY. Issue: .
Elmina, b ca 1846; .
Oscar Z, b ca 1848; .
Mary A., b ca 1852; .
Catherine, b ca 1854; .
Jacob Henry, b Jun 1856,
m(1) 6 Dec 1883 Melvina (Mickle) Coonradt, b Mar 1861 Plattsburg NY (Clyde 1884; Henry T.
1887, m Edna Elizabeth Hayner; John 1887; Carolyn Mae 1890; Frank 1892, Charles J. 1894)...
Jacob Henry Brust m(2) Mary Adilla Carr; .
Dexter B., b ca 1858, m Delia Agau

1272.Elizabeth, b 10 Oct 1820

1273.Jacob, b 4 Oct 1825

1274.Christina, b 7 Oct 1826

465. HENRY J. HAYNER, b 7 Mar 1801 Brunswick, NY, sp Heinrich Hoener & wife Christina
(Gil Luth); d 1 Nov 1850 in Quackenkill, NY; m Elner Philips, b 19 Apr 1799, d 21 Aug 1882;
both bu Grafton NY area cem. Her name is spelled Elinor in 1850 census of Grafton and the
death certificate of her son George, and Eleanor on markers of three of her children. The middle
initial of Henry is given on his gravestone and in a Bible. He was a farmer in Grafton (per 1850
census). See #189 for another Henry J. Haner, b 7 Jun 1801.
1275.Mary Ann, b 9 Apr 1820, d 16 Sep 1841
1276.Sarah H., b 21 Sep 1824, d 3 Oct 1886 @ 62-0-12; m John A. Coonradt; bu at
Grafton as d/o Henry & Eleanor Hayner.

+
1277.George, b 12 Feb 1827
1278.Clara, b 1832, m — Wager
1279.Henryetta, b ca 1838, (per 1855 census)
1280.Mary A., b Feb 1843, d age 4 weeks on 18 Mar 1843
1281.Kesiah, b ca 1845, age 5 in 1850 census of Henry J. Hayner and wife Elinor in
Grafton, NY; age 10 in 1855 census; no further information..

466. GEORGE P. HAYNER, b 4 Nov 1803, d 26 May 1869, farmer at Grafton, NY. He m 12
Sep 1830 Evaline Enos (Eve) b ca 31 Aug 1813, d @ 43-3-7 on 6 Sep 1859. Marr. rec at First
Pres. Church, Troy NY. “Mother” is on her g-s in Grafton. Dates for ch from 1850 census.
1282.Lucretia A., b ca 1833
1283.Kaity L. W?., b ca 1841
1284.Charles E., b ca 1843. This may be Charles Enos Hayner, whose family is given in

Supplement P.
1285.Mary, b ca 1845
1286.Albert B., b ca 1850

468. CHRISTINA HAYNER, b 22 Jul 1809, bp 24 Sep 1809 (Gil Luth); d 21 Jul 1865; m
Timothy B. Wilds, d 6 Oct 1855 age 55, buried in the West Grafton, NY cemetery. Probably s/o
Elijah Wilds, d 1861 age 88, and Lydia, wife, d 1836 age 66, both bu Bonesteel Cem in Grafton.
If so, Timothy’s dau Clarissa was named for his sister Clarissa (d 1827 age 18), and his dau was
named for his mother. Issue: (WILDS)
1287.Clarissa, d 21 Jul 1860 @ 32-9-18; thus b 3 Oct 1828; m Robert Morrison b 7 May
1820, d 13 Nov 1905; she, Lydia and Christina bu in Morrison family cemetery, Brunswick, NY.

1288.Lydia N., b 30 Jul 1831, d 29 Jul 1919; m — Green.

1289.Christina W., b 9 Oct 1839, d 13 Mar 1920; m a Hayner.

1290.Cerro Gordo, b ca Jan 1848 (adopted), d 28 Apr 1851 @ 3 y, 4 mo; bu West Grafton

cem.

469. CATHERINE HAYNER, b 16 Dec 1811 Grafton, NY, bp 16 Feb 1812, sp parents (Gil

Luth); d 9 Sep 1888 @ 76 in Frazee, MN. She m 26 Mar 1831 David Cleveland Wellman, b 22
Apr 1810 Grafton, NY. He was a teacher and farmer in Grafton; David and Catherine Wellman
moved to Parma, NY in 1836, and in 1872 they migrated to Minnesota. Late in life David
Wellman remarried in Frazee, MN to Mrs. Denison of Perham, MN. Issue: (WELLMAN)

1291.David Lewis, b 17 Sep 1832
1292.John, b 26 Oct 1834
1293.Catherine E., b 18 Feb 1839 at Parma, NY. She m 10 Dec 1841 at Parma, NY Irving

John Collins, b 24 Aug 1841 at Parma, NY. John & Catherine settled at Frazee, MN. Issue: John

Henry Collins, b 30 Sep 1870, d 9 Jul 1887.
1294.Timothy Dwight, b 14 Oct 1841, d 6 Nov 1844
1295.Jacob Henry, b 24 Apr 1844, d 25 Mar 1862 in Civil War.
1296.Timothy Brigham, b 1 Apr 1846

471. JACOB J. HAYNER, b 25 Apr 1818, d 28 Feb 1888 (age 69 per g-s West Grafton) (one
source says d 1904); m 10 Sep 1840 Mary Himes, b 1 Aug 1818. An 1876 map shows him in
Grafton, and he is buried there; one source has him res Tamarack, NY.
1297.Charlotte Jane, b 19 Nov 1841
+ 1298.Annis Emaline, b 18 Jul 1843
1299.Isaac (not verified in Bible record which shows all the other ch.
1300.Mary Edith, b 7 Aug, 1852; m a Stuart.
+ 1301.Edward Elmer, b 17 Jun 1861

472. ANDREW HAYNER, b 24 Sep 1821 Brunswick, NY (Quackenkill area), prob. d 11 May
1859 Cropseyville, NY. He m Elizabeth (Betsey) Marenda Burdick, b May, 1823 in Grafton,
NY, d at Cropseyville, d/o Isaac Burdick & Elizabeth (Betsy) Scriven. Note: The Descendants of
Robert Burdick of Rhode Island, by Nellie Johnson (1937), entry No. 1297 pp 524-525, shows
Andrew and his family. The 1860 census shows also Mary, born ca 1845, in this household, with
Isaac older than Jacob.
1302.Jacob (Jake), b 1847 or 1848; he was known (?) to be older than Isaac. Jake Hayner
never married. He lived for a while in southern Michigan near the town of Lake, MI, with Hayner
relatives, and when ill returned to his birthplace region where he died of cancer in hospital at
Albany or Troy in winter of 1930. He and Isaac Burdick Hayner were the only two full brothers
in the family.

+ 1303.Isaac Burdick, b 2 Mar 1849
In addition to the two sons Jacob and Isaac, Andrew Hayner adopted twin daughters of George
Hendrik Hayner (#350) who were known as “Aunt Kate” and “Aunt Carrie.” They were born
1831; Catharina married George Craver (Carver) and d 14 Apr 1912; Carolina m Johnas (Jonas)
Snyder of Grafton, NY and lived in Clare, MI. If adopted, the reason is not clear, since the mother
of these twin girls died in 1861 shortly after the death of Andrew in 1859, when they girls were
30 years old. This is confused by the fact that on p. 40 of our first edition Catharina is given with
two marriages, (1) to Isaac Benedict on 30 Jun 1861, son George H., and (2) to Benedict
Robertson.

475. REBECCA HAYNER, b 4 Jul 1803 in Grafton or Brunswick, NY; d 24 Nov 1847 in White
Oak, Ingham Co. MI. She m John Arthur Turner, s/o Stiles Turner & Deborah Martin. He
probably d by 1859. Issue: (TURNER)
1304.Adeline, b 7 Nov 1830; d after 1850 and before 20 May 1873 (reburial); she died “a
young spinster.”
1305.Thomas, b 20 Jul 1832; m 4 Jun 1854 Minerva Jane Oakley, b ca 1837. Issue: .
John, b after 1855; .
Charles, b after 1855.

1306.Mary, b 19 Dec 1834, d before 2 May 1875 (reburial)

1307.Amos, b 15 Dec 1836; bu 13 Sep 1896; m Philena Barker, d Seattle, WA. Issue: .
Hattie Louise b after 1858; .
Annie Cornelia, b after 1858; .
John Arthur, b 1860, d 1837, res
Ingham Co., MI(?), m May Louise Campbell, d 1951 (Hattie May 1884, Helen Philena 1887,
John Arthur, Jr. 1894); .
Horace Amos, b 1872 MI, d 1943 Pierce Co., WA, m Olive Mary
Hubbard, b 1875 P.E.I., Canada, d 1940 WA (Rebecca Philena 1909)

1308.Horace, b 20 Jan 1838, d 16 May 1864 Fredericksburg, VA; clerk; Civil War soldier.

1309.Louisa, b 25 Feb 1840, bu 9 Dec 1905 Lansing, MI; m Herbert H. Parker. Issue: .
Lena Martha; .
Anna Kate; .
Paul; .
Margaret.

1310.Olive, b 1 Apr 1842, d before 20 May 1875 (reburial). She m Otis I. Robinson, b ca
1843. Issue: .
Harriet Louise.

1311.Martha (Mattie), b 23 Feb 1845 Washtenaw Co., MI, d 19 Jun 1918 in Seattle, WA.
She m Richard Winsor III, b 1839 Ontario, Canada, d 1923 King Co., WA, s/o Richard Winsor II
and Elizaberth Longworth. Richard III was a lawyer, judge, and youngest member of Michigan
State Legislature. Issue: .
Richard IV, b 1864 MI, d 1944 WA, m Alice Bingham, b 1861 Ingham
Co., MI, d 1937 King Co., WA (Frederick Dexter 1892); .
Amos T., b 1866 MI, d 1947 WA,
m Alice E. Cadwalder, d after 1947 (Olive d ca 1934); .
Irwin Bluecher, b 1867 MI, d 1942
WA, m Annie Lacey Hiltbruner, b ca 1861 KY, d 1959 WA (Richard Hiltbruner 1891, Irwin
Longworth 1902); .
Bessie Louise, b 1871 MI, d 1954 WA; .
Horace Greeley, b 1879 MI, d
1951 WA, m Minnie Elizabeth Shaffer, b 1881 Massac Co., IL, d 1941 WA (1 son, 1 daughter).

1312.John Arthur, Jr. b 23 Nov 1847, d 18 Aug 1850

Note: In addition to the 9 children above, three additional children were listed in the first edition
of this book: George, Jedia McChesney, and Solomon. We do not have documentation on these
and cannot confidently assert their existence.

478. ISAAC HAYNER, b 14 Jun 1812, d 8 Mar 1882, m Julia Morrison, b ca 1816 NY. His
parents and his sister Mary were enumerated with this family in Grafton in the 1850 census.
1313.Maria Antoinette, b ca 1839 NY
1314.Walter, b ca 1841, d before 1860
1315.Jane, b ca 1844 NY

479. ABRAM HAYNER, b 23 Aug 1814 Grafton, NY, d 4 Jun 1891; m(1) 27 Oct 1836 Julia A.
Martin, b 5 Mar 1817 Franklin, MA, d 12 Jun 1877, d/o Stephen & Mary A. Martin. He
emigrated to White Oak, Ingham Co., MI in June, 1846; farmer, postmaster, County Treasurer.
The first 3 ch were born in NY, and all resided in Michigan.
+
1316.Stephen M., b 1 Aug 1837
1317.James Harvey, b 16 Oct 1838, d 22 or 27 Apr 1867; m Josie Lowe.
+
1318.John Wesley, b 31 Aug 1843
+
1319.Charles A., b 5 Apr 1853
+
1320.Walter, b 20 Sep 1862
479. ABRAM HAYNER, b 23 Aug 1814, m(2) 1 Nov 1878 Miss Eliza B. Ackerson. no ch
481. PETRUS H. HANER (Peter Hainer), b 17 Apr 1800; sp Peter Hoener & wife Anna Maria
(Gil Luth). Plausible but not proved that he is the man whose marriage to Elizabeth Collins was
recorded at Albany First Luth on 11 Dec 1825. In Quackenkill cem is a marker for Elizabeth,
wife of Peter Hayner, d 23 Mar 1844 age 33 years.
1321.Philip, b 17 Sep 1826, bp Jan 1827 (Alb Luth).
1322.William, b 6 Nov 1827, bp 8 Jul 1828 (Alb Luth).

484. JOHN COBB HAYNER, b 17 Oct 1805, d before 1900; sp by parents (Gil Luth). The
middle name not in bp record; a chart prepared prob. in 1930s by Marvin Anson Hayner (#1775)
gives the name as John Cuff Hayner, but the middle name is Cobb in records of his descendants.
He was b and d in Brunswick, NY. He married twice: m(1) Martha Coonradt; m(2) Mary
Wager, b Aug 1818, d after 1900, who we believe was mother of most of the listed children.
+ 1323.Levi, b 1834; died in Libby Prison, Civil War. An undated gravestone at Mina,
Chautauqua Co., NY near that of Cornelius Hayner (#433, d 1874) is for a Levi Haner, stone
inscribed as s/o Johannes Hayner and Martha Coonradt. We speculate that Levi’s death date in
the prison was not known and he was buried near relatives in Mina.
1324.David, b 1835; m Kate, no ch.

+
1325.Mary C., b 1838
+
1326.Amos, b 1841
1327.Peter F., may have d in Civil War.
+
1328.Anna Christina, b 1846
+
1329.Albert, b 23 Jul 1850.
1330.Stein; m — Goyer (Note: She is shown as “Stina,” age 14, in the 1860 census, which
means that her birth year would be about 1846. Because of the probability that “Stina” was a
nickname for “Christina,” she is most likely Anna Christina (#1328) and, therefore, not a separate
child. An Anna Goyer, age 34, married to Silas Goyer, with children Franklin, 12; Mariah E., 9;
John H., 7; and Eber (a male), 1, appears in the 1870 census for Grafton, Rensselaer, NY. This is
probably #1328.)

1331.Charles

488. MICHAEL HAYNER, b 23 Mar 1816, bp Gil Luth, d 31 Jul 1876; m Catharina Lohnes,b
21 Mar 1819, d 6 Jun 1895, d/o #146 Anna Maria (File) Lohnes. Both were b and d in Brunswick
NY, where they had issue.
+
1332.Mary Christina, b 14 Aug 1840
1333.Julianna (Julia), b 25 Jan 1842. She m Franklin Derrick, son of #524; no issue.
There may be a Franklin McKenzie somehow connected to this line — record not clear. See
#1383, a Dittrick who m a McKenzie.

+
1334.Horatio Seymour, b 29 Jun 1852
489. AMOS HAYNER, b 6 Sep 1818 Brunswick, NY, d there 23 Sep 1885; m Mary Hayner
(Maria) (#805), b 9 Feb 1817, d 12 Feb 1893, d/o Martinus M. Hayner & Sarah Boomhower.
+
1335.Martin Henry, b 1844
+
1336.Martha Frances (Frank)
+
1337.Hiram W.
490. JONAS HAYNER, b 6 Sep 1821, d 9 Jun 1898; b and d Brunswick, NY where he was
member of Gilead Lutheran Church. He m(1) 24 May 1842 Sarah Coonradt.
+
1338.Nelson M., d age 77
1339.Deborah, m Andrew Hanaman
+
1340.Lucas Harmon, (“Luke”), b 16 May 1843
490. JONAS HAYNER, b 6 Sep 1821; m(2) Jane Monroe
1341.Anice, d 1941 Schenectady, NY; no issue.
1342.Willard, d 16 Feb 1956 Schenectady, NY; m 2 Sep 1930 Elsie Chissill, no issue.
+
1343.Nellie, b 9 May 1869
+
1344.Jesse, d Morristown, NJ
518. LEWIS S. HAYNER, b Cooksboro (Pittstown), NY 24 Jan 1808, d 14 Feb 1886; m 11 Feb

1830 Rhoda Reed, b 13 Mar 1806, d 6 Jul 1875. Both are bu at Clifton Park, NY. Civil War

discharge paper of son Wesley states that he was b in Potsdam, NY.
1345.George Reed, b 22 Jun 1831; m 23 Sep 1856 Harriet C. Beal.
1346.Mary Jane, b 8 Nov 1833, d 27 Feb 1835, bu Clifton Park, NY.

+
1347.Wesley, b 24 Jan 1836
519. ABNER HAYNER, b ca 1819, d 1 Mar 1877 Sacramento, CA age 58. He was a miller in
1850 census of Pittstown, NY. He m Cornelia van der Cook, b ca 1820 (1850 census), d/o Peter
van der Cook & Nancy Filkin (Cornelia was Abner’s 2nd cousin). In 1867 Abner and Cornelia
were in the Williamsburgh section of Brooklyn, NY and apparently soon after that sold out their
upstate NY properties and went west. In same 1867 Brooklyn directory is H. Hayner, lawyer. The
1867 Sacramento CA city directory shows A. Hayner and H. Hayner; both were machinists living
at International Hotel. Sacramento city cemetery records show Abner Hayner d 1 Mar 1877, age
58; his son Ashley had married 1872 in MN and had son Wilson Ashley Hayner b 1875 in
Sacramento, CA.
1348.Cordelia, b ca 1836
1349.Mary, b 26 Jun 1839, d 4 Jul 1841 @ 2y 8d
1350.Mary Jane, b ca 1841; m Henry Clay Hayner (#1737); for issue see under his code.
1351.John H., b ca 1843
1352.Winfield, b ca 1845, d 15 Apr 1853 @ 9y

+
1353.Ashley, b ca 1849
1354.Panina, b ca 1857, d 13 Jan 1863 @ 6y 10m
520. ALPHA HAYNER, b 1819, d 1904 @ 85y; m(1) 24 Dec 1840 Mary Button, b 11 May
1818, d 1863 @ 45y, d/o Milton Button & Catharine Brust of Brunswick; she was sister of Sarah
Button who m Martin Henry Hayner (#791), and a cousin of Harriet Button who m Ulysses G.
Hayner (#1940).
+
1355.Arlina, b 19 Nov 1841
+
1356.William Easlick, b 23 Sep 1843
1357.Emlin, b 1846, d 1850
+
1358.Augustus, b 1849
+
1359.Alveretta, b 1852
+
1360.Hattie Viola, b 1 May 1862
520. ALPHA HAYNER, b 1819, m(2) Abbie Cropsey Herrington, b 1833 in Brunswick, NY, d
1921 Cropseyville, NY; no issue of this marriage. Abbie Jane Wager Landmesser of Windsor,
VT, wife of Rev. Arthur Landmesser, b 25 Sep 1890, was granddaughter of Abbie Herrington by
her first marriage; her mother Mary Adeline Harrington Wager grew up in the Alpha Hayner
home along with Arlina, Alveretta, and Hattie Viola. The other grandmother of Abbie
Landmesser was Jane Ann Hayner (#788), who married Philip Wager.
546. JACOB HAINER, b 23 Jan 1803 St. Catharines, Ontario, d 7 Jul 1880 at St. Catharines. He
m 21 Jan 1830 Permilla Smith, d/o Nicholas Smith and
Catharine May, b 11 May 1811 St. Catharines, d there 22 Jun
1888. Both Jacob Hainer and Permilla Smith and their
descendants are designated UE, a title initiated in 1789 honoring
all descendants of United Empire Loyalists. Jacob Hainer’s
grandfather John Hainer served with Butler’s Rangers on the
Loyalist side in the Revolution. In 1851, Jacob mentioned his
nephew George Smith whom he took to New York to board a
ship for Australia; this must be Margaret’s son, then about 10
years old.

1361.George Porter, b 5 Dec 1830

1362.John Henry, b 29 Apr 1832, d 20 Jan 1897 Left will naming his sisters and their
children.

1363.Isabella, b 13 Sep 1834, d 7 Oct 1871 m 14 May 1858 George Disher; a
photographer and artist.

+
1364.Rebecca, b 14 Mar 1837
1365.Delos Wellington, b 24 Feb 1839, d 31 Jul 1883 or 1885; a horse trainer, m Emma
Theresa — , b ca 1843, res Amhurstburg, ON.

+
1366.Annie (Georgeanna), b 4 May 1842
1367.Henrietta Julia, b 3 Oct 1845, d 1 May 1930
547. MARGARET HAINER, b ca 1804; m 26 Aug 1826 William Smith, b ca 1799, d 24 Nov
1855. Issue: (SMITH)
1368.Mary Catherine, b ca 1827, d 9 Jun 1897, m Christian Price McCarthy, b ca 1820, d
1894. Issue: .
William Price, not yet 21 in 1855.

1369.John Edward, b ca 1829; m —; Issue: .
William , not yet 21 in 1855.

1370.Elizabeth Ann, b ca 1837

1371.George Murray, b ca 1841, d 27 Jul 1916; m Jane — . Issue:

.
Alice m, b ca 1862; .
William, b ca 1864; .
Alexander, b ca 1867; .
Caroline, b ca 1869; .
Chancey, b Jul 1871.

548. DINAH HAINER, b ca 1808, d after 1891; m John Haynes, b ca 1807. Issue: (HAYNES)
1372.Rachel, b ca 1830
1373.John, b ca 1831, possibly in MO; m Emaline — (age 39 in 1871 census), issue with
ages as follows: John 16, Joseph 14, James 12, Sylvia 10, George 4, Bertha 2..
1374.Margaret, b ca 1832
1375.William, b ca 1836
1376.George, b ca 1845
1377.Dianna, b ca 1848

549. SARAH DORCAS HAINER, b Oct 1810, d 16 Apr 1875; m 9 Dec 1834 Peter Smith,b4
Aug 1809, d 31 Mar 1894, s/o Jos. & Ann Margaret Smith. Issue: (SMITH)
1378.Joseph Brock, b 4 Sep 1835, d 28 Oct 1888; m 28 Mar 1860 Sarah Jane Overholt, b
4 Jul 1841, d 23 May 1928.

1379.Jacob H., b ca 1836

1380.William David, b ca 1840, m 15 Oct 1863 Sarah M. Duck, b 6 Nov 1843, d 19 Feb

1917.
1381.Catherine E. Smith, b 1845, d 1915; m Solomon Davis, b May 1845, d Aug 1906,
Reeve of Clinton Twp 1888-1890. Issue: .
George.
1382.Martha E., b ca 1860; m James Boyle, b 1859, d 1916.

551. MARY JANE HAINER, b 29 Apr 1815, d 24 Dec 1870; m 15 Apr 1836 Jacob Dittrick
(“Little Jake”), b ca 1814, d 5 Sep 1890. Issue: (DITTRICK)
1383.Martha Jane, b 13 Jul 1836, d 1916; m A. McKenzie 1384.Chauncey, b 1 Aug 1840,
d 12 Jan 1923
1385.Alexander, b 14 Feb 1844, d 24 May 1888
1386.Francis, b 4 Jun 1846, d 16 May 1918
1387.Alice Maude, b 27 Nov 1849; m P.H.Grubb
1388.Jacob Gordon, b 20 Apr 1853, d 29 Aug 1931. Issue: .
Gordon (Garth, others).
1389.Frederick Augustus, b 10 May 1855; m 12 Oct 1876 Elizabeth Wilcox, b ca 1851.
1390. (This code is not used.).

558. ELIZABETH AUGUSTA HAINER (Eliza), b ?Jun 1813, d 16 Dec 1868; m 5 Mar 1835
Thomas Butler Tenbroek, b ca 1798, d 26 Aug 1868. Issue: (TENBROEK)
1391.Charles Rolland, b ca 1835, d 4 Sep 1862; he was Lt. in 101st NY Volunteers,
fatally wounded at Manassas, VA in the 2nd Battle of Bull Run at head of his company. He was a
law student in St. Catharines.

1392.George

574. HENDRICK HANER, b 29 Feb 1806 (not a leap year!); sp Georg & Catherine Shufeld
(Chrch Luth). He m Sep 1828 Martha Hall of Ancram, Columbia Co. NY.
1393.William Henry, d 11 Sep 1830 age 1y 2d

575. CHRISTOPHER HANER, b 27 Sep 1808, bp 1808; sp Christopher Haner & Mary Shufelt
(Hill Ref); d 2 Jun 1890 Philmont, NY. He m
Catherine Shufelt, b 2 Jun 1819, d 27 Jun 1903 Claverack, NY, d/o George Shufelt.
+
1394.George, b 2 Mar 1840
1395.Jane, b ca 1853
+
1396.John H., b 13 Jan 1854
583. RUFUS HANER, b 8 May 1819, stated to have been orphaned at 6, learned the trade of
papermaking. Moved to MI in 1844. He was 51 in 1870 census of Vermontville Twp., Eaton Co.,
MI. He m ca 1849 Sallie M. Allen (b ca 1828); age 42 in 1870 census.
1397.Fidelia, b ca 1851
1398.Anna, b ca 1854
1399.Lydia, b ca 1858
1400.Mary, b ca 1860

585. ELIZABETH HANER, m Cornelius Jacob Hallenbeck, b 1810, d 1875. In 1853 the
whole family moved from Ghent, Columbia Co., NY to Eaton Co. MI.
Issue: (HALLENBECK)
1401.Cornelius Augustus, b 1839, m Etta Kent
1402.William Henry, b 1840, d 1859
1403.Sarah, b 1842, m Duane Hawkins

The known descendants of the Prattsville, NY branch of the family are from #594 through #600,
children of Martin Haner (#179).

594. ISAAC HANER, b ca 1811 in Greene Co., NY (ca 1815 per 1855 census); d Dec 3 1883;
town record of Conesville, NY says “Isaac Haner age 72 born Prattsville, father Martin Haner,
cause typhoid, buried Prattsville.” Two of Isaac’s grandchildren independently give his father
Martin as born 1775, d 1847, but we believe this to be Isaac’s grandfather, also named Martin.
The markers of Isaac d 1883 age 72 and his father (or grandfather) were read and reported in a
1953 letter from Anna Ormsbee, a granddaughter; the Vosburgh book has Isaac Haner of
Conesville d Dec 1883 age 68. He m Phoebe Bidwell, b ca 1815, d Jul 1887 at Prattsville (g-s).
The 1880 Conesville census shows Isaac age 66, Phoebe age 63. The 1855 census has Isaac’s
wife age 38, b Schoharie Co., 15 y in Greene Co., copied with given name “Bidwell” (but this
was probably her last name). The probable mother-in-law, Elizabeth Brant, age 67, was living in
their household in 1855 for 1 year; both Bidwell and her mother were born in Schoharie Co. The
1903 Conesville, NY death record of the son Francis M. Haner (#1408) gives his father as Isaac
Haner and his mother as Phoebe Bidwell (b in Greene Co., however). By family tradition Isaac’s
wife was known as Phoebe Rider; perhaps she was born a Rider and Isaac Haner was her second
husband. A typed list of the children (source unknown, prepared perhaps ca 1968) gives “Phoebe”

as this Isaac’s wife, with “Bidwell” written nearby in pencil. The name Phoebe Rider is written in
an old songbook in possession of Isaac’s great-granddaughter Dora Stefanko (#3344). The name
Phoebe Ann Bidwell is written in a little leather-bound book of p etry in possession of another
great-granddaughter Adeline Borgmann (#3372). A church record shows that a Phoebe A. Hainer
joined the church by confession, and may have died in 1852, but descendants do not know of a
second marriage for Isaac. A possible scenario not definitely proved is that Isaac Haner (b ca
1811) m Phoebe A. Rider Bidwell whose mother, remarried to a Brant and widowed, came to live
with them ca 1853 or 54. In a history of the towns of Conesville, Strykersville and Manorkill,
They Walked These Hills Before Me, an inn or hotel is described that was owned by a Mrs. Isaac
Haner in 1878. Some of the confusion may have arisen because two Bidwell sisters married men
named Isaac: Phoebe Bidwell m Isaac Haner, of our line; and her sister Adeline Bidwell m Isaac
Rider (no issue).

The first child of Isaac Haner (#594) is placed here because of plausible dates on gravestone
inscriptions at Prattsville cemetery. A dau Sarah, not verified, is not among the heirs of Pratt
Haner.

1404.Elizabeth M., b 1834, d 1848; bu Prattsville cem.

1405.Amanda, b 1837, d 15 May 1840, bu Prattsville cem. (“infant son of Isaac d 15 May
1840” listed in Vosburgh)

1406.Ozias M., b 1841, d 1911; farmer at Gilboa, NY; m 9 Jan 1865 Gertrude Richtmyer.

+ 1407.George H., b 16 Dec 1842
+ 1408.Francis Madison, b 5 Nov 1844, d 6 Oct 1903, bu Gilboa, NY; son of Isaac Haner &
Phoebe Bidwell (Conesville town record).
+ 1409.Pratt, b 29 Nov 1846. He is probably is the Pratt Haner who d intestate 1924 at
Catskill, Greene Co., NY; probate record cites 21 next of kin (no relationships shown; evidently
no widow survived). A typed record (source unknown) shows that Pratt m(1) Barbara Schen on
14 Sept 1864, 2 ch: Lilly, Henry; m(2) Mildred Crossie -m at West Camp. Dates for Pratt, his
first wife, and 2 ch are on markers at Jefferson Heights, Greene Co. NY.
+ 1410.Violet Amanda, b ca 1848
+ 1411.Friend David, b 22 Mar 1853
+ 1412.Willard, b 1856
+ 1413.Judge R., b 17 Feb 1858
596. HENRY HANER, b 20 Jan 1820 in Greene Co., d 3 Dec 1895; farmer at Lexington, NY.
He m Loisa Wiltsie (or Wiltze), b 15 Nov 1826, d 28 Apr 1882, d/o James Wiltsie & Thankful
Deyo. Issue in Lexington:
1414.Mary Louise, b ca 1845 (Mary A. in census), d 22 Feb 1891; a teacher for 42 years;
m Andrew Etting.

+ 1415.Martha Elizabeth, b 15 Feb 1848
+ 1416.William Wesley, b ca 1850
+ 1417.Rose, b ca 1853
1418.James W., b 13 Jun 1857, d 1 Oct 1908; m Ida M. Thompson, b 16 Mar 1862 at
Lexington, NY; no ch.

+ 1419.Henry Eugene, b 20 May 1860
+ 1420.Charles Gilbert, b ca 1864
597. WILLIAM MARTIN HANER, b 9 Feb 1823 Prattsville, NY; d Dec 1914; m Cornelia
Ann Maginnis, b ca 1826 in Delaware Co., NY, d 15 May 1899, bu Prattsville; d/o Jacob
Maginnis & Jennie Stanley. He was a dairy farmer, Roxbury, NY, ret at Tannersville, NY. He is
named as a brother of Mina (#600) by a Palmer descendant of Mina.
+ 1421.George, b 6 Aug 1847

1422.Sherman, b 17 Feb 1849, d 18 Jan 1872

+
1423.Jane Elizabeth (Jennie), b 17 Dec 1850
1424.Homer, b 9 Aug 1852, d 29 Nov 1941, Omaha, NE.
1425.Clark R., b 23 Jun 1855, d 15 Apr 1908; a bookkeeper, Tannersville, NY.
1426.Pratt O., b 25 May 1857, d 23 Jun 1881; unm. (Vosburgh has Platt J. Haner d 23 Jun
1881 age 24, Moresville M.E. church)
1427.Frank L., b 25 Dec 1860, d 9 Feb 1881; unm.
1428.Otis P., b 21 Jun 1863, d 15 Sep, 1883; unm.

599. ELIZABETH HANER, b 23 May 1827, d 5 Dec 1884; m Edward Cronk. (Source:
Delaware Co. NY genealogy and history website has Elizabeth d 1887 age 57). Issue: (CRONK)

1428a.Sarah

1429.John Martin, b 21 May 1846 (source has b Mayday 1847). John was a dairy farmer,
built a mansion at Grand Gorge which housed nearly 40 city boarders. He m Mary Selleck of

Gilboa.
Issue: .
Ina, b 1863; .
Selleck, b 1875.
1430.Cornelia, b 24 Aug 1848
1431.Laurence (Jim)
1432.Elizabeth, m Avery Van Dyke, a druggist in Stamford, NY.
1433.George Washington

600. MINA ANN HANER, b 1837, d 1920; listed in 1855 census of Greene Co. as age 17 in
household of Martin Haner and wife Christina. The same census also lists her in the household of
Jasper Carle, a butcher in Greene Co. (as a live-in servant?), married a few months later in
Prattsville. Her death certificate lists a Henry Haner as her father, mother unknown. Possibly the
records confused her father and her first husband; a great-grandson states that Mina had a brother
William Martin Haner who d ca Dec 1914, confirming her as dau of #179.Martin Haner. She
m(1) 11 Oct 1855 Henry Mackinster Palmer, b 22 Oct 1824, d 16 Feb 1897, bu Gilboa, NY,
son of Jonathon and Martha Palmer. Issue: (PALMER)
1434.Ruth E., b 1856, d 1925; m Franklin Craw.
1435.James H., b 1859, d 1861
1436.Benjamin, b 1863, d 1863
1437.Rosaline, b 1865, d 1942; m Stephen Haines.
1438.Flora, b 1867, d 1947, m William Stewart.
1439.Jennie, b 1868, d 1948; m William Snyder.
1440.Charles H., b 1871, d 1956; m Nora Moore.
1441.Hattie, b 1874, d 1959; m(1) Eugene Walworth (Walwrath); m(2) Eugene Bradley.
1442.Vanetin (“Van”), b 1877; m(1) Hattie L. Moore; m(2) Alice Cocroft.
1443.Edwin Palmer, b 7 May 1881, d 29 Jul 1966; m Viola May Robinson, b 1884, d

1957.
The first of their 2 children in Generation [7] was
[7].Clarence Edward Palmer, b 1902, d 1971; m 1923 Agnes Mae Eckert, b 1902.
(4 children, including at least 1 son, grandchildren).

600. MINA ANN HANER, b 1837; m(2) Albert Bartley; no ch.
610. HENRY I. HANER, b 26 Jun 1833 Greene Co. NY, m 22 Feb 1855 Thankful — , b 30
May 1832 Greene Co., NY. A Bible record of unknown origin has two children, born in Greene
County.
1444.Alice, b 21 Mar 1856
1445.George M., b 23 May 1858

632. JOHN HIRAM HANER, b 21 Oct 1820, bp 19 Jan 1821; sp John G. Coons & Catherine

Haner (Chrch L). He was a carpenter at Taghkanic, NY; m before 1855 Sabrina Race, b ca 1828
(thought by Helen Race possibly his 2nd wife). The 1875 census shows a wife Ella, age 48, hence
b ca 1827; might be Sabrina with an alternative first name. His ch used Hainer or Hanor.

1446.Delos, b ca 1846; d 20 Dec 1887 @ 41; West Taghkanic, NY.
1447.Ely, b ca 1847, d 19 Feb 1912; res Jonnstown (Livingston, NY).

+
1448.Wilson, b ca 1850
1449.Lucinda, b 1854; m 14 Feb 1889 Walter Miller, b 11 Sep 1859, d 14 Feb 1935.
1450.Thomas, b ca 1855 (5 mo. old at 1855 census); res Copake, NY.
1451.Franklin, b 8 Jul 1862, d ca 1 Jan 1927 (@ 64-5-24); res Copake, NY.
1452.Ambrose, b 1860
1453.Margaret, b 1865, d 1956; m James T. White, b 1875, d 1942, bu Craryville, NY.
1454.Thomas, b 1867, d 1 Apr 1931 Copake, NY.
+
1455. Alice, b June 1870 probably Copake, NY
633. HENRY FREEMAN HANER, b 29 Dec 1821, bp 10 Feb 1822; sp John Teater & Lena
Teater (Chrch L); also known as Freeman Haner. He lived in West Taghkanic, NY. He m(1)
Helen Hoysradt of Ancram, NY, b 1835, d 3 Mar 1884 age 46 (doesn’t check), bu Churchtown.
The 1870 census of North East, NY, family of Freeman Haner shows George, age 5, Adelbert,
age 2. Children of first marriage used Haynor.
1456.Delbert Hoysradt, b 16 Mar 1862, d 1956; ran a livery stable, later a garage, in
Hudson, NY. He m Ella Kane; no ch.

+
1457.George, b 1865
+
1458.Lydia
1459.Elizabeth, b 1871; m Jay Parsons of Ancram, NY.
633. HENRY FREEMAN HANER, b 29 Dec 1821, m(2) Sarah Pulver. Children of this 2nd
marriage used Hanor or Haner.
1460.Egbert
1461.Alfred
1462.Albert

638. GEORGE HAYNOR, b 25 Oct 1839, d 21 Jan 1910; served in Company K, 14th Reg. NY
Infantry, Civil War; m 20 Apr 1871 Alice Finkle (Manor L), b 3 Aug 1853, d 17 Mar 1920; both
bu Copake, NY.
+
1463.Sarah, b 15 Jun 1873
+
1464.Hope, b 18 Dec 1874
640. JACOB HAYNER, b 13 Apr 1838, bp Chrch L; d 1 Feb 1905. He m Helena Platner, b 14
Sep 1842, d 18 Mar 1910.
1465.Edward, b 1863, d 1940 (Haynor); m Mary E. Moore, b 1863, d 1941; no ch.

+
1466.Elizabeth Christina (Lizzie), b 13 Mar 1867
+
1467.Ella, b 2 Jul 1869
1468.Adella, b 19 Sep 1875, d 11 Mar 1899
1469.Everett J., b 1877, d 1956; m Bertha C. Stickles, b 1877, d 1959; no ch.
646. WILLIAM ANSON HANOR, b 27 Mar 1820, d 1 May 1862; m Maria S. Crockett,b
1820, d 1898; bu Central Square, Otsego Co., NY.
1470.Mary Jane, b 15 Oct 1844, d 11 Jun 1912; m Thomas Shepherd, b 22 Sep 1842, d 23
Nov 1924; both bu Central Square, NY.

+
1471.George W., b 14 Mar 1849

647. GEORGE HANOR, b 24 May 1821 Claverack, NY, d Worcester, NY; m Mary Bromfield.
1472.Charles B., d age 49; issue if any not known. He m(1) Anna Boom (Boorn in obit), d
13 yrs later; m(2) Maude Winne.
1473.William, of Dallas, Oregon (he survived Charles B.)

650. BENJAMIN HANOR, b 22 Jan 1830, d 28 Feb 1900; m 11 Mar 1859 Elizabeth Chase, d/o
Charles Chase of Chaseville, NY. Issue Unadilla, NY.
+
1474.Allen, b 10 May 1869
1475.Leila, b 26 Oct 1885, d 9 May 1887
1476.Floyd, b 26 Mar 1898
651. ERASTUS HANOR, b 25 May 1835 Milford, NY; d 20 Nov 1901 East Worcester, NY; m
15 Jun 1851 Nancy Gammet, b 30 Apr 1840 Lawrence, Otsego Co., NY, d 9 May 1919 East
Worcester, NY.
+
1477.Jennie, b 21 Oct 1860
1478.Stella, b 20 Jan 1862, d 22 Jan 1866
1479.Della, b 10 Dec 1863, d 17 Sep 1865
+
1480.Charles, b 2 Mar 1868 Springfield, NY
1481.Cora Belle, b 26 Mar 1880, d May 1925; m James Telfer.
659. HENRY HANER, b ca 1832 (age 23 Austerlitz, NY census 1855), d 1868 or 1869; he m
Christina, b ca 1835 (age 35 Austerlitz, NY census 1870) who may have been a Bevens;
Elizabeth Bevens, age 72, relationship not given, was living in household of Christina Hanor
(evidently a recent widow) in 1870 census of Austerlitz, NY, and William R. Hanor with wife
Mary Bevens lived next door. We believe this William to be #2052, s/o Leonard Haner (#1053);
ch listed in 1870 census.
+
1482.Agnes, b 1859
+
1483.Allen, b ca 1860
1484.Charles, b ca 1862
1485.Willie, b ca 1864
1486.Elizabeth, b ca 1866
1487.Philip H., b 1869; age 11 months 1870 census. He res Great Barrington, MA; m 1
Jan 1929 (age 58) Anna Gollipes (age 42) at Hillsdale NY Meth Church. He may have had an
earlier marriage and had children.

661. ELISHA HANER, b 1842 (1855 census); d 1905. bu Claverack, NY. He m Caroline
Rogers, b 1843, d 1923, bu Claverack, NY.
1488.Charles H., b 1868
1489.Clarence, b 1871, d 1872.

663. CHARLES SMITH HANOR, b 20 Jul 1843, d 12 Apr 1926; USN Civil War, carried the
mail from Hillsdale to North Hillsdale. He m 8 Apr 1874 Sarah Elizabeth Wilbor, b 21 Feb
1856 North Hillsdale.
1490.Charles, b 1875, d 1875

+
1491.Clarence Datus, b 23 Jul 1879
1492.Florence, b 1884, d 1884
1493.Myrtle May, b 26 Feb 1887; m(1) 15 Jan 1905 George E. Mercer; m(2) 30 May
1917 Albert S. Martin, b 1873, res Pittsfield, MA

665. IRA SPERRY HANOR, b Aug 1851 Middlefield, NY, d Aug 1917. He m Emily Jane
Pierce, b 18 Feb 1851 Middlefield, NY, d 1936, d/o Orrin S. Pierce & Sabrina Peske.

1494.Flora, b 15 May 1869, d 27 Oct 1946; m Winslow

+
1495.Orrin Ingalls, b 24 Mar 1873
+
1496.Ira Charles, b 2 Aug 1877, d 1945
666. ABIGAIL B. HANOR, b 6 Dec 1849, d 31 Dec 1932; m 7 Mar 1877 Willis Fenner Wade,
b 4 Jan 1856, d 15 Oct 1932. Issue: (WADE)
1497.Clarinda Dorliskay
1498.Harry Gayest, b 1885; m(1) Eva Miller; m(2) Edith Babcock.
1499.Florence E., b 1890

668. FREDERICK S. HANOR, b 24 Dec 1854, d 4 May 1924 in East Worcester, NY. He m(1)
Addie Dana.
+
1500.Sarah
1501.Bessie, m Norman Baldwin; no issue; remarried.
668. FREDERICK S. HANOR, b 24 Dec 1854, m(2) Gazelle Dana, sister of his first wife.
1502.Abbie, m Chester A. Hoag; no issue.
673. JOHN WILHELMUS HAYNER, b 17 Mar 1794, sp Wilhelm Hohner & Maria (Gil Luth).
In 1814 he went from Brunswick, NY by covered wagon to Ohio and settled on a farm at
Deerfield (later called South Lebanon) where he died in 1866. He m 10 Jun 1817 Sarah Meeker,
b 19 Feb 1799 near Morristown, NJ, d 1882. They were parents of a large family of 11 children,
including two sets of twins.
1503.William (“Bink”), b 20 Sep 1818, d before 1882; m 16 Feb 1843 Catherine Ritter.
He settled on a large farm at South Lebanon, OH.

1504.Henry, b 12 Apr 1820, d 28 Mar 1884; m Emily Snider (Snyder), b 26 Oct 1820, d 6
Mar 1912, bu Morrow cem., Warren Co., OH @ 91-4-16 (doesn’t quite check). They had at least
2 children, names not known. [Also bu in Morrow cem. were Anna, d 15 Apr 1856 @ 9-8-2 (b
1846); George, d 30 Apr 1867 @ 19-0-15 (b 1848), was in Co. A, 4th Reg. O.V.C.), William, b
1853, d 1939, and Rachael Harrell, grandma, d 22 Oct 1887 @ 87-2-15 (b 1800).]

+
1505.Lewis, b 23 Dec 1821 (twin of Clark)
+
1506.Clark, b 23 Dec 1821 (twin of Lewis)
1507.Nicholas, b 22 Jul 1824, d 4 Mar 1825
+
1508.Maria Jane, b 27 Apr 1827
+
1509.John Montague (“Monty”), b 10 Oct 1828
+
1510.Sarah Ann, b 30 Jun 1830
+
1511.Enoch Sucortus(?), b 7 Feb 1835
1512.Francis Ervin, b 4 Aug 1837 (twin of Jane), d young, Civil War veteran. His
discharge paper 2nd OH Artillery dated 23 Aug 1865 gave his age as 25. He m 23 Jun 1857
Harriet N. Lee, sister of Lisa Lee who m his brother Lewis. They probably had at least 2 children,
names not known. These twins were known to the family as “Uncle Frank and Aunt Jane.”

+
1513.Eliza Jane, b 4 Aug 1837 (twin of Francis)
674. MARIA HAYNER, b 26 Mar 1796, sp Johann Wihler (John Wheeler) and the mother (Gil
Luth). Married another Hayner, or was unmarried.
+
1514.Henrietta, b 12 May 1823
677. NICHOLAS HAYNER, b 26 Feb 1801, sp Nicholas Wihler (Wheeler) & wife Maria; d 11
Nov 1886. He m Catherine Cipperly, b 9 Mar 1803, d 27 Dec 1847, [Possibly d/o Michael
Cipperly b 1778 & Sarah McChesney b 1779.] Both were b, m, and d in Brunswick, NY.
+
1515.William Michael, b 19 Apr 1823

+ 1516.Catherine Elizabeth, b 29 Apr 1825; her marriage entered in next generation, but not
yet verified.
+
1517.Robert W., b 11 Jan 1831
+
1518.John Wesley, b 2 Oct 1833
+
1519.Mary Evelyn, b 3 Jul 1836
1520.Charlotte M., b 2 Sep 1847; m Almeron Beverly
1521.John, b 30 Nov 1819, d 15 May 1908, Troy, NY; unm.
1522.Mary, b 21 Mar 1822
1523.George, b 6 Apr 1830
+ 1524.Margaret, b 25 Jul 1834
[The last 4 appear to be intermingled from some other family; they probably are not in the family
of Nicholas Hayner.]
683. ELISHA SAUNDERS HAYNER, b 12 Nov 1816, d 18 Jul 1840 (g-s Sand Lake cem). He
m Emaline E. Van Alstyne, b ca 1822, d 2 Jun 1915, age 93 years (her g-s, “wife of Elisha
Hayner”, is next to his in Sand Lake cem). She was 75 years a widow! The g-s of Julia S. Hayner
is nearby, assumed to be their daughter; would have been a posthumous child.
1525.Julia S., b 8 Nov 1840, d 19 May 1874 @ 33-8-11. She m Merritt H. Waterbury;
their only dau. Eleanor J. d 7 Jun 1878 @ 17-9-8 and is bu Sand Lake cem.

684. WILLIAM H. HAYNER, b 6 Jan 1819 in Brunswick, NY; m Sarah, had issue and d in
Brunswick. The order of his 14 children is not certain.
+
1526.Andrew, b 1835
+
1527.Elizabeth
+
1528.Anson, b 1839
+
1529.Jerusha
1530.Emaline, b 8 Jul 1845, d 19 Jan 1897; m Lafayette Hayner, #1946, s/o Freeman J.
Hayner & Maria Brott; he was known as “Lufty Hayner.” Luft was a family name.

+
1531.Gilbert, b 12 Mar 1848
1532.Julia; the record is uncertain. She m James Ritchie on 12 Jun 1866, or she m Walter
Wager and had dau Eliza.
1533.Mary (twin of Almira); m late in life to a Corrigan

+
1534.Almira (twin of Mary), d 2 Oct 1888
+
1535.Sidney
+
1536.Elisha, b 1857 (twin of Elijah)
1537.Elijah, b 1857 (twin of Elisha), m Grace Burt, res Round Lake, NY; no ch.
1538.Martha
1539.Jane
685. SARAH J. HAYNER, b 12 Mar 1821, d 10 Oct 1861; m 25 Sep 1847 Daniel E. Munn; she
was b, d in Brunswick, NY. Issue: (MUNN)
1540.Charles Henry, b 26 Feb 1849, d 8 Dec 1863
1541.Sarah Jane, b 30 Jun 1852; m N. P. Jensen; res Morrison, Grundy Co., IA.
1542.Harriet Ann, b 14 Jul 1855; m 3 Jul 1874 John F. Richmond. Issue: .
Ida Pearl

(1875); .
Susie Bell (1877), m Granville C. Shimer; .
Daniel Rufus (1884); .
Fannie Ruth (1884)
(twin).

686. MARCELLUS McMANUS HAYNER, b 5 Nov 1823, bp 8 Feb 1824 (Gil Luth), d 19 Jul
1889; m 13 Feb 1850 Lydia Coons, b 19 Aug 1829 Brunswick, NY; d 1887 Troy, NY. They res
Defreestville, NY.
1543.Alma, b 14 Nov 1850, d 15 Jun 1871

1544.Alice, b 19 Aug 1855, d 4 Sep 1857 Troy NY.

+ 1545.Olive, b 27 Aug 1862
687. JOHN P. J. HAYNER, b 10 Jul 1791, bp as “Johannes”; sp Johannes Hener & wife
Catharina (Gil Luth), d 23 Apr 1881 in Wisconsin. He took his middle initials from his father’s
name (Peter) and his grandfather’s (John), but signed John P. J. Hayner, adopting the spelling of
the last name as others did in the 1820s. He is described as an aristocratic gentleman, wore a
stove-pipe and tails, drove a white horse and buggy, and never worked on Sunday. He became a
Methodist Minister and circuit rider. He married twice in New York. Before 1852, he and two
brothers Adam P. and Andrew P. took their families to Rock Co., WI where they purchased
neighboring farms at the town of Rock, three miles west of Janesville. They were enumerated in
the census taken on 24 Jul 1850. He m(1) 1 Mar 1814 Magdalena Hener (#124) b 31 May 1787,
d 29 Aug 1830, d/o Petrus Hener & Anna Maria Dater. She is bu Quackenkill cem, near Grafton,
NY. They had issue in Brunswick, NY.
1546.James, d 11 Sep 1815

1547.Annamariah, d 27 Feb 1819.

1548.Elias J., b 30 Jun 1817, bp 24 Aug 1817 (Pittstown M.E. church). He d after 1878
when his father’s will was written. He prob. had no ch by 1st wife; he m(2) Sarah, no ch. The
widow Sarah then m Frank Millard, b 1861, a relative of President Millard Fillmore, d Janesville,
WI at age 99 ca 1961.

1549.Christine, b 25 Oct 1819, d 15 Nov 1820

+ 1550.Julia Ann, b 22 Oct 1821
+ 1551.Levi, b 5 Apr 1824
687. JOHN P. J. HAYNER, b 10 Jul 1791, m(2) 10 May 1831 Miranda Croy, b 10 Jan 1800,
d/o John & Susannah Croy of Petersburgh, NY where she had taught school. Miranda d 25 May
1889 in WI; she, John P.J., and several children are bu in Oak Hill cem, Janesville, WI.
+ 1552.John George, b 7 Feb 1832
1553.Susan Elizabeth, b 20 Feb 1835,
d 28 Sep 1856; unm.

+ 1554.Lewis Tillman, b 3 Apr 1837.
689. ELIAS HAYNER, b 10 Jan 1796, m
Rebecca, d 17 Jul 1851 age 58 yrs. Parents
of at least two children — daughters who
married McChesney brothers.
+ 1555.Elizabeth, b 18 Apr 1817
+ 1556.Fanny, b 18 Jul 1822
690. DAVID PETER HAYNER, b 1 Mar
1802 (Gil Luth), d 5 Feb 1835; m(1) Mary
Smith, b 6 Mar 1809, d/o Frederick Smith
and Eva File (#143). She d 9 Nov 1828; m, d, and had issue in Grafton, NY. The boys were cared
for by their Smith grandparents.

1557.Levi, b 18 Dec 1826, d 17 May 1849 Center Brunswick, NY.

+ 1558.Norman, b 3 Feb 1828
690. DAVID PETER HAYNER, b 1 Mar 1802; m(2) Lanny, issue in Grafton, NY.
1559.Eva, m Brockway; a well-known educator in New York City.
1560.Daughter, m Bresslin of New York City.

691. ADAM P. HAYNER, b 25 Oct 1805 Brunswick, NY, d 28 Jan 1894 Janesville, WI. He
m(1) ca 1826 Alzora/Alsora Smith (#286), b 26 Mar 1810, bp 18 May 1810 as Eleanora , sp par
(Gil Luth), d/o Paulus Schmid & Maria Heiner, d 8 Nov 1844 age 35, bu West Grafton cem
1561a.James, b 7 Apr 1827 in NY, d 1 Oct 1856; bu in Rock Co. WI cem, appaently
inmarried. .

+ 1561b.Mary Elizabeth, b 10 Aug 1828, d 1898. She m 13 Dec 1846 Edward McChesney
in Brunswick. bu Eagle Mills. They had several children.

1561c.Juliett., b ca 1830, m — Osgood. (in her grandfather’s will)

1561d.Silas, b 10 Aug 1833 Brunswick, NY, bp 22 Dec 1833

(Pittstown Meth), res Janesville, WI; m Jenny —
who was in Rock Co. in 1880.
1561e.Violet, b ca 1835
1561f.Paul, b 22 Sep 1837, d 14 Sep 1838
1561g.Alonzo, b 1 Jul 1838, d 1 Oct 1856 (cem).
1561h.Harriet, b 1840

+
1561i.Caroline, b Sep 1842
1561j.Amelia, b 11 Nov 1843, d 26 Nov 1856 in WI (cem).
691. ADAM P. HAYNER, b 25 Oct 1805 Brunswick, NY, d 28 Jan 1894 Janesville, WI; m (2)
Minerva R., b 28 Feb 1809 Brunswick, NY, d 28 Oct 1898 Janesville, WI. Before 1852 Adam
and his brothers John P.J. and Andrew P. moved from Brunswick, NY to Rock Co., WI, 3 miles
west of Janesville. There seems to have been an epidemic in fall 1856 since 3 young family
members died within several weeks.
+
1562.Adella J.C,., b 1847 (“Dell”)
1563.Alsora C., b 1849 (”Allie”)
+ 1564.Adam Clark, b 1852 Janesville, WI (He is called Adam C. Hayner in 1860, but in
the 1870 census he is listed as only Clark Hayner.)
1565.Belle, b ca 1860 in Wisconsin (1880 census for Cook Co., IL); small marker in plot
at Janesville; no information.
1566 and 1567 (These numbers not used)

692. CATHERINE HAYNER, b 20 Dec 1808, bp 7 May 1809 (Gil Luth). “While the year 1807
is clearly written it appears among the 1808 listings and is so recorded on her gravestone”
(McChesney book, an ambiguous statement). She m as his 1st wife James Morrison
McChesney, b 4 Jan 1804, d 32 Dec 1887; b Grafton, NY, s/o Col. Samuel McChesney & Jane
Morrison. He was a farmer in Grafton. Issue: (McCHESNEY)
1568.Catherine, b 17 Dec 1826, d 26 Dec 1826

1569.Rufus, b 17 Oct 1828

1570.Samuel, b 20 Sep 1830, d 11 Mar 1847

1571.Silas, b 27 Jun 1833

1572.Martha b 11 Mar 1836, d 21 Feb 1908 at Ft. Edward, NY where she is buried. She
was a dressmaker; unmarried.

1573.Simon, b 7 Aug 1838

1574.Mahala, b 31 Aug 1842, d 10 May 1879, bu Ft. Edward, NY. She m after 1865
James G. Kinne; their only known child Mattie May Kinne d 1871, age 4 months.

1575.Ensign, b 17 Mar 1844

1576.Jane Elizabeth (“Jennie”), b 18 Oct 1847; m 1870 David W. Gates, b 25 Jul 1835.

One known child, Katherine M. Gates, b 1873.

693. ANDREW P. HAYNER, b 6 Jan 1814 Brunswick, NY, bp 6 Mar 1814 (Gil Luth), d after
1860 census. He m Elizabeth Bonesteel, b ca 1815. In 1852 he and his brothers John P.J. and
Adam P. settled on neighboring farms in Rock Co., about 3 miles west of Janesville, WI. All but

perhaps the last child born in Brunswick, NY. Birth dates based on 1860 Rock Co. census.

+
1577.Sanford, b ca 1837; teacher.
1578.Cynthia, b ca 1841; teacher at Janesville, later at Harvard, IL. She m a Salesbury and
lived in Chicago, IL.
1579.Jane E., b ca 1843
1580.Louisa, b ca 1845
1581.Alvin, b ca 1847; a salesman in Chicago.
1582.John W., b ca 1851; a salesman in Chicago.
1583.James F., b ca 1853

Note: the 1860 census of Rock Co., shows children of Andrew “Henry” as Sanford 14, Orlina 11,
Cynthia 9, Jane 7, Mary E. 6, Alvin 4, and Elizabeth 1.

704. HENRY FREDERICK HAYNER, b 9 Jan 1798; sp Heinrich Reifen-burger & wife
Gertraud (Gil Luth); d 27 Mar 1868; b, married twice, died, and had issue in Brunswick, NY. He
m(1) Sophia, b 11 Jul 1801 in Brunswick, d there 26 Oct 1835 @ 34-3-15.
1584.Anna Maria, (Mary Ann on g-s at Gil Luth), b 20 Jul 1822, d 21 Mar 1851. She m
Daniel Smith.

+
1585.Levi, b 22 Jun 1823
704. HENRY FREDERICK HAYNER, b 9 Jan 1798; m(2) 22 Mar 1837 Mary E. Earls, b 17
Feb 1818 Brunswick NY, d there 13 Feb 1905.
+
1586.Emily J., b 16 Mar 1839
+
1587.Charles H., b 5 Dec 1840
1588.Marvin, b 9 Sep 1842, d 9 Jul 1893; unm.
1589.Amelia C., b 19 Jan 1844, d 13 Feb 1904; unm.
1590.Michael Philip, b 5 Mar 1846, d 1925 Brunswick, NY; m 1 Dec 1868 Mary (Alice)
Colehamer, b 14 Jul 1847, d 1926; no ch.
1591.Margaret, b 30 Oct 1848 Brunswick, NY; m 24 Oct 1867 William Roberts; no ch.
1592.Gilbert, b 13 1855 Brunswick, NY; d there 18 Mar 1913; m 14 Oct 1909 Susan

Peckham, b 1873, d 1942; no ch.

705. JACOB FREDERICK HAYNER, b 4 Mar 1800, sp by parents (Gil Luth), is 4 May in
HFH, d 30 Mar 1878. He was b, m, d, and had issue in Brunswick, NY. He m(1) Hannah
Bonesteel, b 3 May 1805 Brunswick, d there 29 Mar 1824.
1593.Mathilda, b 24 Mar 1824, d 4 Aug 1901; m Samuel Lockrow.

705. JACOB FREDERICK HAYNER, b 4 Mar 1800; m(2) 5 Apr 1827 Malinda Rogers, b 15
Sep 1808 Brunswick NY, d 4 Jan 1887; issue in Brunswick.
1594.Almira, b 1829; m Harvey Smith

+
1595.Mary Priscilla, b 5 Apr 1837
1596.Martha Ann, b 17 Nov 1840, d 2 Jul 1919; m David Bornt.
706. DAVID FREDERICK HAYNER, b 30 Jan 1803 (Gil Luth) Brunswick, NY, d there 1 Feb
1874; he was a farmer, lived on the homestead later owned by his great-grandson A. Hayner,
Center Brunswick, NY. He was a member of Gilead Lutheran Church, bu Oakwood cem., Troy,
NY. He m Magdalena Bornt, b 5 Jan 1803 in Brunswick, d there 2 Jan 1885; d/o John Jacob
Bornt & Magdalena Sheffer. Issue in Brunswick, NY.
+
1597.Jacob Henry, b 5 Sep 1828
+
1598.David Nelson, b 17 Apr 1831
+
1599.Magdalena Ann, b 23 Aug 1832
+
1600.Irving, b 8 Apr 1838

707. MARY ANN HAYNER (Maria), b 16 Oct 1805, d 11 Sep 1893; m 29 May 1830 Jacob J.
Bornt, b 29 Dec 1806, d 16 Jul 1884, s/o John J. Bornt & Magdalena Sheffer. Both were b, d, m
in Brunswick, NY. Issue: (BORNT)
1601.Alvinah, b 14 Nov 1831, d 3 Jan 1898; m 10 Jan 1851 Isaac Filer (File) Clum, b 17
Jan 1829, d 5 Apr 1877, s/o Coonrad Clum & Rebecca File (#402).

1602.Mary Ann, b 10 May 1834, d 1918; m Jacob L. Snyder. Their dau2 Estella Snyder m
Franklin J. Hayner (#1666) and had 3 ch listed under his code number.

1603.Lucilla, b 15 Sep 1836, d 21 Oct 1871 in Brunswick; m Alvah Clum, b 16 Jun 1840,
d 15 May 1888, s/o Coonrad Clum & Rebecca File; no ch.

1604.Philip Nelson, b 23 Mar 1842, d 12 Sep 1848 in Brunswick.

1605.Henrietta A. Bornt, b 22 Jan 1850, d 16 Dec 1922; m 22 Nov 1871 John Dater
Collins, b 13 Oct 1847, d 18 Mar 1917, s/o Robert Laurens Collins & Catherine Dater. Both were
b and d Brunswick, NY. They had 3 children in Generation [7]:

[7a].Elva Collins, b 8 Jan 1879, d 1 Jan 1951; m 21 Jan 1897 Charles L. Akin, b

19 Jun 1868, d 20 May 1950. Issue: Jennie M. Akin, b 8 Jan 1899, d 16 Oct 1988,

co-author of first edition of Hayner Family History (1966). She m Alonzo Hayner

(#3534). See under his code number for their children.

[7b].Charles Collins, b 11 Apr 1881, d 30 Jan 1961; m 16 Apr 1881, d 30 Jan
1961; m 16 Apr 1903 Florence Moore, b 1877, d 1953.
[7c].Howard Collins, b 24 Sep 1884, d Apr 1952; m Josephine Ott.

709. JOHANNES RAU HANER, b 13 Nov 1802, sp by parents (Gil Luth), d 19 Dec 1875 Troy,
NY; as did his father, he retained the Haner spelling. He m(1) Hannah Dater, b 2 Jul 1806, d 18
Dec 1836; b and d Brunswick; d/o Henry Dater & Mary C. Dater (prob. Christina Fake); issue
Lansingburg, NY.
+ 1606.Philip, b 25 Apr 1828
+ 1607.Katharina, b 16 Jun 1831
+ 1608.George, b 29 May 1835
709. JOHANNES RAU HANER, b 13 Nov 1802, m(2) Sarah A. Wetzel, b 16 Jul 1809, d 1 Apr
1880 age 71.
1609.John Edward, b 26 Jul 1842, a musician of note; unm. He had a salon in Paris, where
he often entertained his friend King Edward VII of England. He was decorated by many
European monarchs. He lost all his money in Wall Street; lived his last years of his life with his
cousin Jeanne F. Wood.

1610.Amelia Ann, b 31 Dec 1845, d 1891; m Col. William H. Lawton of Troy, NY; no ch.

713. JOHN DATER HAYNER, b 12 Apr 1801, bp 12 May 1801, sp Johannes Hoener & wife
Catharina (Gil Luth), the middle name also spelled Doeter, Theater. He m Christina Barnhead
(Bahret, Barnett, Bornt), b 1806, d 1841, d/o Johannes Barnhead & Magdalena Schiffer; at least
one daughter.
+ 1611.Mary Elizabeth, b 1831
730. KATHERINE HANER, b 17 Oct 1806, sp by parents (Gil Luth); d 11 Nov 1846
Brunswick, NY. She m Thomas Manning. Issue: (MANNING)
1612.Mary, d at age 15 of tuberculosis.
1613.Andrew, d 21 Oct 1863

731. SEBASTIAN A. HAYNER, b 14 Apr 1809 Brunswick, NY, d 20 Oct 1851, MI; bu Gilead
Luth, Brunswick, NY. He removed ca 1842 to Philadelphia, PA where he manufactured sash and

blinds. He m(1) Lanna Ann Bulson (Lany), d 9 Aug 1847 @ 28-9-14 (hence b 26 Oct 1818), d/o
Abraham Bulson of Brunswick, NY. She and her twin boys bu in same grave at Gilead Luth old
cemetery.

1614.Margaret E., b 25 Jun 1837, d 29 Nov 1852
1615.John
1616.Ira Warren
1617.Hiram

+
1618.Mary Elizabeth (“Libbie”)
1619.Andrew, b 3 Jul 1847 (twin of Abram), d 31 Jul 1847 1620.Abram, b 3 Jul 1847
(twin of Andrew), d 12 Aug 1847
731. SEBASTIAN A. HAYNER, b 14 Aug 1809; m(2) Sarah Bulson, sister
of his first wife. She remarried to James Cooper after 1851.
+
1621.Silas, b 29 Apr 1849
732. ELIZABETH HAYNER, b 16 Apr 1811 Haynerville, NY, bp 18 May 1811 (Gil Luth). She
m 12 Nov 1840 Sydney B. Bratt, b 12 Aug 1811, s/o Johannes (John) Bratt and Eva (Eve)
Powers of Pownell, VT. They settled ca 1840 at South Royalton, Niagara Co., NY on the
Towanda Creek at Benedict’s Bridge, known later as Bratt’s Bridge, where Sidney was a farmer,
a limited lumber trader and for a while Postmaster. Both died of pneumonia, he on 12 Dec 1891,
she on 28 Dec 1891. Issue: (BRATT)
1622.Mary Louise, b 1843, d 25 Jan 1928; m 28 Dec 1865 Chauncey G. Wichterman, b 12
Mar 1842, d 23 Feb 1924; res Royalton, NY; 10 ch.

1623.Margaret Evaline Bratt, b 21 Apr 1845 Royalton, NY, d 20 Aug 1920 Middleport,
NY. She m 27 Mar 1865 Peter H. Klutts, s/o Peter Klotz & Margaret Herbster of PA; b Royalton
23 May 1839, d there Dec 1882 as result of a farm accident. The 2nd of their 4 children in
Generation [6] was

[6].DeForest John Klutts, b 15 Sep 1870 Royalton, farmer at Royalton, d there 4
Sep 1948. He m 1 Jan 1896 Emma S. Bars, b 9 Aug 1877, d Oct 1962; 1 ch:

[7].Lester DeForest Klutts, b 30 Jul 1898 Royalton, NY, d 18 Jan 1981
Springfield, OH. He m 11 Jun 1925 Mildred Caroline Sophie Eick, b 30 Sep 1903, d
20 Feb 1977 at Royalton, NY. (2 children, including at least 1 son, grandchildren).

1624.Elizabeth Frances (“Libbie”), b 10 Aug 1848 Erie Co., NY, d 7 Jun 1928 Akron,
NY. She m a cousin, Daniel H. Bratt b ca 1847. They had a dau Lillian M. Bratt b ca 1872, m a
Wolfe.

1625.John A[ndrew?], b 1850 Royalton, NY, m Marion Elsworth, b 1847, d 1938; both bu
Gasport, NY; 2 ch; one son an MD in Akron, OH.

734. JOHN ANDREW HAYNER, b 15 Mar 1814 Brunswick (Hayners-ville), NY, bp 8 May
1814 (no middle name or initial in Gil Luth chbk), d 21 Sep 1879 Frankfort, KS; m 15 Jun 1837
Harriet Caroline Vander Cook, b 23 Feb 1817 Pittstown, NY, d 14 Mar 1894 Davis Junction,
IL, d/o Michael M. van der Cook & Katherine Marinda Halstead [Halsted].
+
1626.Antoinette Victorine, b 16 Mar 1838
+
1627.Catherine Marenda, b 29 Dec 1839
+
1628.Frances Caroline, b 2 Feb 1845
+
1629.Mariett Elizabeth, b 10 Sep 1848; m 28 Dec 1865 Nathaniel L.
Williams.
1630.Araminta Harriet, b 22 Aug 1852; d 20 May 1868.

+
1631.Charles Dewitt, b 11 Apr 1861
735. DAVID ANDREW HAYNER, b 31 Jan 1816 Brunswick, NY, bp 7 Apr 1816 (Gil Luth), d

26 Mar 1858; m Margaret Rogers, issue in Center
Brunswick, NY.
1632.Joseph, d Troy, NY; m Grace Wyman; no ch.

736. HENRY ANDREW HAYNER, b 21 Mar 1818; a blacksmith, d unknown in a New York
City plague, bu there. Middle name not in Gil Luth chbk. He m 5 Mar 1836 Maria Clum, b ca
1820, d/o Henry Clum & Nancy Brower of Clums Corners near Troy; issue 14 ch in Brunswick,
NY and in the Ida Hill area near Troy. Later she lived with a married daughter (Martha or Belle)
in Shelton or Derby, CT, where she is buried, age 96.
+
1633.Lucretia, b 3 Mar 1837
+
1634.Sarah, b 15 Oct 1838
+
1635.Josephine, b 13 May 1841
1636.Enoch, b 1843; Civil War veteran; a pattern maker. He had a daughter Bessie.
1637.John H., b 1845; did not return from Civil War; unm.
1638.Charles, b 1847, d Whitehall NY on railroad; had 2 sons.
1639.Elizabeth (Eliza), b 1848, d. y.
1640.Elisha, b 15 Apr 1850, d 15 Mar 1852, bu Gil Luth cem.
1641.Electa, b 28 Mar 1851, d 15 Mar 1852 Brunswick, NY.
+
1642.Emma Isabel (“Belle”), b 1853
+
1643.Martha Jane, b 1 May 1855
+
1644.Asenath, b 1857
1645.Warren, d age 2
1646.Mary, unm. (Order of Belle, Warren, Mary uncertain)
737. JOSEPH W. HAYNER, b 26 May 1820 Brunswick, NY, bp Gil Luth
with middle initial L; another source has middle name Warren, and he is given as Joseph W.
Hayner by a grandson. He d 29 Oct 1896 Clinton, IA; m Clinton, IA 23 Apr 1842 Elizabeth
Francis Huckett, b 4 Aug 1823 in London, England, d 11 Dec 1898 Clinton IA (her middle
name possibly Frances in Bible). He was a flour miller and millwright in the Van Kampen Flour
Mill, Belmont, NY and at various other places in New York State; they later moved West to join
others of his family at Clinton, IA, taking 5 sons with them. Some Bible dates differ by a few
days. Issue in NY:
+
1647.George Ezra, b 21 Aug 1843
1648.Freeman Josiah, b 8 Aug 1845 Port Byron, NY, d 26 Nov 1847.
+
1649.Royal J., b 16 Mar 1848
+
1650.Amelia Francis, b 30 Sep 1850
+
1651.Joseph Edwin, b 20 Jun 1853
1652.Sarah Elizabeth, b 7 Apr 1855, d 9 Dec 1859 Hornellsville, Steuben Co., NY.
1653.William Josiah (“Will”), b 28 Feb 1858 Berlin, Ontario (renamed Kitchener, Ontario
after World War I); d 15 Jun 1940 Sutherlin, OR; m 6 Jul 1899 Lena Peckham, b ca 1864, d/o
George Peckham & Mary W. Brown of Little Compton, RI. He was a compositor, graphic artist,
on staff of Houghton Mifflin Co, Webster’s Dictionary; newspaper editor in Iowa; to Oregon
1910, published Sutherlin Sun. Postmaster and City Recorder. No ch.

+ 1654.Frank Harlem, b 31 Aug 1860. A 1932 letter from William Josiah Hayner mentions
“Frank Harlie” and “my brother Harlie”.
1655.Frederick George, b 1 Sep 1864 Belmont, NY, d 24 Mar 1943
Colorado Springs, CO where he settled in 1890 and opened a jewelry business. He m in Clinton,
IA 25 Dec 1886 Lulu Brewster (Brewerton), b 10 Jan 1863 Meadvil le MI, d 21 Dec 1954
Colorado Springs. No issue.

1656.Alfred Elijah, b 1 May 1867 Belmont, NY, d 13 Jun 1877.

738. ANDREW A. HAYNER, b 17 Jun 1822 Haynerville NY, d 25 Jul 1900 Gasport, NY. He
was a carpenter and owner of a saw mill in Brunswick, NY where he m(1) 12 Sep 1844 Sarah
Jane Eddy, descendant of Rev. Wm. Eddy of Cranbrook, England, and d/o Avery Eddy and
Mary Ann Carpenter of Brunswick. She was b 18 Sep 1826, d 1 Mar 1878 Gasport, NY. In 1860
Andrew sold out and moved to Gasport, NY where he purchased a large farm and erected a
second saw mill. This mill burned several years later and he erected a larger mill which operated
to capacity. He was a leader in com-munity affairs, an active Mason, a member of the Lutheran
Church. He and Sarah Jane had 7 children, 4 born in Haynerville, 3 in Gasport.
+
1657.Emma Eddy, b 30 Jul 1846
+
1658.Ira W., b 3 Dec 1848
1659.Ellen Jane, b 4 Aug 1851, d 8 Aug 1852 Haynerville, NY.
+
1660.Mary Margaret, b 14 Mar 1853
1661.Alice E., b 11 Jun 1861, d 15 Jun 1865 Gasport, NY.
+
1662.Nettie M., b 27 Dec 1866
+
1663.William Andrew, b 14 Jun 1869
738. ANDREW A. HAYNER, b 17 Jun 1822, m(2) 1 Jul 1880 Mrs. Fannie Sharpsteen
Young, b 17 Jun 1822 Genoa, NY, d 5 Mar 1901. No issue.
739. ISAAC HAYNER, b 23 Jan 1825 (Gil Luth chbk record; Bible record copied 1932 has 23
Jan 1824, appears to be wrong year), d 7 Dec 1900. A farmer, he owned the old homestead of his
father in Brunswick, NY. He m Rebecca Fake, b 5 Mar 1825, d 31 Oct 1892, d/o John Fake &
Susan See.
1664.Orlando, b 2 Jan 1852, d 2 Sep 1867
1665.Susan Augusta, b 20 May 1853, d 13 Mar 1949; unm; res Haynerville, NY.

+
1666.Franklin J., b 18 Jan 1855
+
1667.Ida May, b 7 Aug, 1861
+
1668.Elmer I., b 19 Nov 1863
740. MARY ANN
HAYNER, b 29
Mar 1827, no
middle name in bp at Gil Luth; d Brunswick, NY 13 Feb 1859; m 23 Sep 1844 Jacob Bornt, b 13
Jun 1827. Issue in Brunswick, NY: (BORNT)

1669.Henrietta, b 24 Apr 1854, d 13 Feb 1933; m(1) 20 Oct 1873 John Brower; m(2) John
Walling.

1670.Elnora Frances, b 21 Nov or 21 Mar 1855, d 1 Nov 1881; m Horatio Seymour
Hayner (#1334), s/o Michael Hayner & Catherine Lohnes. Horatio b 29 Jun 1852, d 11 Sep 1915;
their daughter listed under his code.

742. MOSES SENDERLING HAYNER, b 28 Apr 1831 Brunswick, NY; d 12 May 1905 Cedar
Rapids, IA; m 2 Dec 1868 Emily Mitchell of Newton, IL, b 1 Feb 1840 Watertown, IA, d 10 Jan
1934 Bemiji, MN. He was a real estate operator in Clinton, IA, later in Cedar Rapids. Issue:
+
1671.Royal Clarence, b 16 Jun 1870
+
1672.Franklin Mitchell, b 27 Oct 1875
743. MARGARET HANER, b 1 Jun 1808; sp Andrew Haner & Margaret (Gil Luth); d 16 Oct
1887. She m 16 Jan 1824 Samuel Cipperly, b 11 Jan 1805. Issue: (CIPPERLY)
1673.Sara Christina, b 18 Jun 1825, d 24 Nov 1850; m Lewis Smith, b 28 Feb 1845.
1674.Michael Henry, b 25 Jan 1827, d 3 Nov 1844, unm.
1675.Almira Catharine, b 2 Oct 1829, d 13 Aug 1908; m 5 Oct 1848 Richard M. Lohnes.
1676.Adam, b 2 Jan 1832, d 23 Nov 1880; m 27 Jun 1852 Melinda Daniels.

1677.David H., b 18 Mar 1834, d 2 Jun 1921; m 12 Jan 1859 Christina Wager.

1678.Lydia Ann, b 14 Oct 1836, d 29 May 1898; m(1) 24 Dec 1858 Andrew Dunham;
m(2) 3 Aug 1879 Moses S. Wager.

1679.Cornelia C. G., b 5 Jun 1843, d 17 Nov 1907; m 17 Sep 1859 Joseph Rockenstyre.

1680.Loudsk, (Louisa?), b 29 Aug 1841, d 2 Mar 1842.

1681.Henriette A. B., b 5 Jan 1843, d 28 Dec 1869; m 29 Aug 1865 James H. Smith.

1682.Celinda V., b 28 Dec 1846, d 20 May 1936; m 31 Dec 1874 Herman Hayner Bratt
(#1700).

744. ADAM HAYNER, b 18 Nov 1809, m Mar 1837 Margaret Smith, b 23 Nov 1807
Brunswick NY, bp at Gil Luth 20 Dec 1807, d 1857; d/o Leonard Smith & Margaret Wager.
[Leonard was bro. of Paul Smith who m #67, Maria Heiner.)
[Note: Code numbers 1683-1688 not used]
1689.Emaline, b 1838, d 1882; unm.

+
1690.Leonard Herman, b 26 Oct 1845
745. JERRIE HAYNER (George), b 22 Apr 1812, bp 31 May 1812 (Gil Luth lists him as Georg,
s/o Henry J. Haner & Christina), d 1876, bu Jonesville, NY cem. A reported death date 3 Mar
1854 may refer to a different George. He m(1) Sally Maria Smith in Center Brunswick, NY, b 5
Nov 1810, d 1859, issue in Brunswick, NY:
1691.Damarius, b 18 Apr 1833; m(1) Cornelia DuBois; m(2) Sherbah Stiles.
1692.Martha, b Feb 1835; m Sylvester Sheffer
1693.Celinda, b 11 Sep 1839, d 3 Nov 1844

+
1694.Adeline, b 10 May 1841
1695.Lorinda, b 8 Sep 1847, d 6 Sep 1850
+
1696.Allen George, b 15 Aug 1851
745. JERRIE HAYNER (George), b 22 Apr 1812, d 1876, bu Jonesville cem near what appears
to be a 2nd wife Nancy, b 1824, d 1881.
747. CHRISTINA HAYNER, b 11 Mar 1816, bp 7 Apr 1816 (Gil Luth), d 30 Apr 1876. She m
Seneca Bratt, b 2 Oct 1813, d 26 Sep 1896, s/o John Bratt & Eva Powers (both bu Hoosick Rural
cem, as are several ch). Dates are from 1855 census of town of Hoosick, NY. Issue: (BRATT)
1697.Charlotte, b ca 1842
1698.Laduska, b ca 1843
1699.Henry J., b ca 1846
1700.Herman Hayner, b 1848, d 1919; m 31 Dec 1874 Celinda V. Cipperly (#1682), b

1846, d 1936, bu Hoosick cem.
1701.Christina, b ca 1851
1702.Julia, b ca 1852 (or, d 22 Mar 1849 @ 4-10-28, bu Hoosick)
1703.Marvin, b 1854, m Fannie Gardner, b 1852, bu Hoosick cem.
1704.Minah, b 20 May 1860, d 21 May 1875, bu Hoosick cem.

750. WILLIAM HENRY HAYNER, b 26 May 1822, bp Gil Luth; d Rock Co., WI; m Julia
Ann; issue in Brunswick, NY:
1705.Charlotta Pratt, b 1841
1706.Marvin A., b 1845
1707.John E., b 1853

761. MARTIN JOHN HAYNER, (Jay Haner), b 19 May 1808, bp 19 Jul 1808; sp by parents
(Gil Luth); d 16 Aug 1891; b and d in Schaghticoke, NY. His b-date is not on his g-s, but has died

1891 age 88 (must be a copying error for age 83). He had a nickname “Tine.” He m(1) 3 Mar
1830 Amy I. Filkins (or Filkin), b 1 Apr 1815 Schaghticoke, d 25 Jan 1831 in Cooksboro, NY
(an infant died). She had T.B. and was called Susie.

761. MARTIN JOHN HAYNER, b 18 May 1808, m(2) Sarah Ann McChesney, b 29 Apr
1810, d 19 Jan 1853, d/o Isaac McChesney & Margaret Millard of Brunswick, NY. Date of death
per g-s, Elmwood cem., Schaghticoke, NY. She died exactly 1 year after death of her infant son,
unless one of the cemetery readings from the McChesney history is in error.
+
1708.John Wesley, b 1835
+
1709.Margaret Jane, b 9 May 1839
+
1710.Isaac Newton, b 29 Apr 1841
1711.Elijah W., b ca Jan 1843, d 18 Jun 1865
+
1712.Martin John, Jr., b 1845
+
1713.Nelson McChesney, b 31 Jan 1847
+
1714.Caroline, b 17 Sep 1849
1715.Infant son, d 19 Jan 1852 (date per g-s)
761. MARTIN JOHN HAYNER, b 18 May 1808, m(3) 13 Jun 1854 Mrs. Elizabeth Wager
Lockrow (or Mary), d/o #217, b ca 1819, d 4 Jun 1881, bu in Martin’s lot at Schaghticoke. She is
in 1865 census as married twice, having borne 7 children in all. The record is not complete; she
probably had several children when married to Lockrow, and at least two by Martin Hayner:
1716.George W. (b 1857)
1717.Benjamin Franklin (b 1859)
1718.Bernice, d.inf. (not proved)
1719.Twins, d.inf. (not proved)

768. CHRISTINA J. HAYNER, b 2 Oct 1803, sp Martinus 2 & wife Christina (Gil Luth); d 3
May 1877, bu Brunswick, NY. Her g-s bears the name Hayner although born a Haner. She m
Jonas Coe McChesney, b 24 May 1892, d 4 Jul 1881, s/o Walter D. McChesney & Joanna
McChesney (cousins). He was a farmer at Brunswick, NY. Issue: (McCHESNEY)
1720.Eliza C., b 4 Sep 1826, d 16 Dec 1855; m DeWitt C. Halsted, b 19 Nov 1824, d 24
Sep 1901. Issue: .
Eliza M. d 1883, m Arthur Cady, res North Adams, MA (dau. Marian).

1721.Edward, b 26 Feb 1828, d 28 Jan 1886; m(1) Antoinette Dater, b ca 1832, d/o Philip
& Mary Dater. Issue: .
Jonas C., b ca 1854; .
Ida Josephine, b 28 Mar 1856, m John Collins
Eddy, great grandparents of Adrienne B. Knight; .
Elmer E., b ca Dec 1861. Edward m(2)
Cornelia Hermance, b 1834, d 1901, no ch.

1722.Mary, b 15 Mar 1833, d 7 Jun 1890; m(1) Edgar Greene, d 5 Mar 1871. Issue, .
Charles E., d 24 Dec 1871 age 13; .
Herrick? H.; .
Daniel S., d 14 Aug 1872 age 1 y 8 mo. Mary
m(2) 15 Mar 1883 David Link, no ch.

1723.Lucia, b 1835, d 13 Dec 1901; m George M. Springer, b ca 1833, d 12 Nov 1902
Brunswick, NY. Issue: .
Lewis H., b 1865, d 1904; .
Willard, b ca 1867, d before 13 Dec 1901.
1724.Henry C., b 2 Jul 1839, d 13 Sep 1903; m 20 Dec 1865 Sarah C. Colehamer. Issue: .
William C., d 27 Aug 1891 age 20; unm.

773. ADAM ZACHARIAH HAYNER, b 18 May 1812, bp 5 Jul 1812 (Gil Luth), d after 1892.
He m 11 Sep 1839 Frances M. Hitchcock, b 9 Nov 1819 Vergennes, VT, a niece of Ethan Allen.
They were married in Galesburg, IL; she was living in 1892. In 1835 he left Rensselaer Co. NY
for the West; was Secretary and Treasurer of Knox College in Galesburg, IL for 4 years, and a
U.S. Revenue Collector. He later farmed near Creston, IA before retiring to the town in 1888.
1725.Edward Becker, b Nov 1841; killed 17 Jun 1864 in battle of Petersburg, VA.
+
1726.Henry Clum, b ca 1844

1727.Frank M., b 13 May 1852; res Galesburg IL and KS.

1728.Mary Christina, m George Lamphere, s/o Judge L. Lamphere of Galesburg, IL; lived
in Kansas City, KS where they had 3 dau and 1 son. Her husband employed by the Memphis
Railroad.

775. MARY ANN HAYNER, b 16 Jun 1806; sp Adam Clum & wife Magdalena (Gil Luth); d 18
Oct 1885; m William Furman, b Sep 1806; they had 11 children including Elizabeth who m
Charles H Shepherd (and later m a Cronkite ?)
776. TISDALE EDDY HAYNER, b 28 Jul 1808, bp 9 Oct 1808; sp Adam Clum & Margaretha
(Gil Luth); d 27 Mar 1887. The bp record at Gil Luth has his named spelled Thisdel Eddy, s/o
Henry Haner & Nancy. He m Elizabeth, b 1811 in Halfmoon, NY; issue in Clifton Park, NY:
1729.Charlotte, b 1838
1730.Cynthia W., b 1839, d 8 Jan 1900; m a Congdon; bu Burnt Hills, NY.
1731.Alonzo, b 1846

778. EMILY HAYNER, b 4 Mar 1814 Brunswick, NY; d 11 Mar 1898; m Frank Bonesteel
(Boonsteel); issue in Clifton Park, NY:
(BONESTEEL)
1732.Elizabeth M.

783. SYLVESTER HAYNER, b 13 Mar 1805 Brunswick, NY, d 17 Feb 1882 Schaghticoke,
NY. He m(1) 29 Apr 1826 Julia Ann Freiot, b 10 Dec 1806 Schaghticoke, NY, d there 26 Oct
1829.
1733.Charlotta Minerva, b 23 Feb 1829, d 20 Feb 1831

783. SYLVESTER HAYNER, b 13 Mar 1805, m(2) 22 Jul 1837 Betsy Ann Freiot, b 7 May
1810 Schaghticoke, NY, d there 8 Oct 1852. [Marriage date may be confused with birthdate of
2nd child]
1734 Mary Frances, b 4 Aug 1835
1735.Abigail Jane, b 22 Jul 1837, d 14 Oct 1854 Schaghticoke.

+
1736.Catharina Maria, b 15 Jun 1839
+
1737.Henry Clay, b 4 May 1842
1738.Charles Freiot, b 18 Oct 1850, d 4 Nov 1852
783. SYLVESTER HAYNER, b 13 Mar 1805, m(3) 30 Sep 1854 Fanny Sheffer, b 17 Nov
1827 Brunswick, NY, d 28 Jul 1868 Lansingburg, NY. Issue in Schaghticoke, NY:
1739.Alice Augusta, b 18 May 1856

+
1740.Ulysses Grant, b 11 Jan 1865
785. PERMILLA HAYNER, b 14 May 1810 Schaghticoke (Cooksboro), NY, d there 1891; m
1827 John J. Freiot, b 7 Dec 1806 Cooksboro, NY, d there 1 Sep 1873, s/o Joseph and Sarah
Freiot. Issue: (FREIOT)
1741.Mary Jane, b 20 Feb 1828, d 4 Jul 1860. She m John William Yout. Issue: Amelia
Frances (d. y.), Joel Ellis.

787. ELECTA HAYNER, b 23 Aug 1815 Schaghticoke, NY, bp 10 Sep 1815 (Pittstown Meth);
d Apr 1868 Schaghticoke, NY. She m Walter Wait. Issue: (WAIT)
1742.Edward, b 1835, d 1892. Educated for the law; Civil War volunteer; returned to
Troy, NY where he was Supt. of Lansingburgh Schools when he died in 1892 a few weeks after
he was married.

788. JANE ANN HAYNER, b 5 Feb 1818, 1 Jun 1895; b and d Schaghticoke, NY; m 1836
Philip Wager. Issue in Brunswick, NY: (WAGER)
1743.Joel Ketchem, b 22 Oct 1836, d 1 Jun 1906. Prominent Methodist minister and
temperance lecturer. He never married.
1744.Jacob Henry, b 1 Apr 1838; m(1) Miss Green of Petersburg. Issue: .
Edwin; .
Carrie; m(2) Annie Maclaran, 3 ch.
1745.John Freiot, b 4 Mar 1840, d 12 May 1864. Civil War, Co. D of 125th Regiment;
killed at Spottsylvania.
1746.Mary Jane, b 1 Apr 1842, d 1 Nov 1932. She m John William Yout when she was
18; widower of Mary Jane Freiot (#1741), her first cousin. Issue: .
Florence Rosina, b 1866, m
Harlin Kenyon in 1890 (John, Harlan S., Mary Bessie).

1747.Albert, b 26 Jun 1844. Enlisted in same regiment as his brother, with mother’s
consent since he was under age. He was killed at the battle of Totopotomoy Creek, near
Spotsylvania, VA, on 30 May 1864, just 18 days after his brother.

1748.Francelia A., b 12 Feb 1848, d 1932. She m 1870 William Ingram, had 3 dau, all
died in infancy.

1749.Sylvester Hayner, b 9 Nov 1850, d 15 Feb 1930. He m 27 Nov 1878 Mary Adeline
Herrington (Minnie), b 17 Nov 1853, d 28 Sep 1935. She was d/o — Harrington and Abbie
Cropsey, who later married Alpha Hayner (#520) Their first child, in Generation [7] was

[7a].Abbie Jane Wager, b 25 Sep 1890, d 13 Apr 1979; m 28 Jun 1917 Rev
Arthur Hilgert Landmesser, b 15 Jan 1893, a Methodist minister at various pastorates in NY state
and in Windsor, VT. Issue: (2 daughters, grandchildren).

1750.Lydia Ann, b 1 Dec 1852, d 19 Sep 1931; m 30 Mar 1875 George Francisco. Issue: .
Lavina May (1882); .
Clyde Hutton (1891), m Julia Brown, had 1 dau.
1751.Edward A., b 14 May 1857, d 28 Nov 1899; m 12 Feb 1889 Helen Mills. Issue: .
Helen Edna (1890), m Carl Dorwaldt (1 daughter).

789. OLIVE HAYNER, b 18 Jan 1821 Cooksboro, NY; m Isaac Freiot, b 25 Feb 1818, d 7 Oct
1891 Schaghticoke, NY, s/o Joseph Freiot & Nancy Elliot. Issue: (FREIOT)
1752.Alida J., b 1843, m 10 Mar 1859 James Miller, an Englishman; promised to him at
age 13, married at age 15; 3 ch.
1753.Charlotte, b 1845, m 1862 Stearns Sherman; 2 sons.
1754.Cornelia, b 1850, m James Morse; 1 son.
1755.Frances, b 1857, m (1) William King, 1 son; m(2) Allie Woodworth, 2 sons.

791. MARTIN HENRY HAYNER, b 31 Jan 1826 Schaghticoke, NY, d there Sep 1906; m 25
Sep 1849 Sarah Button, d/o Milton Button & Catharine Brust, sister of Mary Button who m
Alpha Hayner (#520). Issue at Schaghticoke, NY:
1756.Schuyler, b 1850, d 1919; m Gussie Miller, b 1857, d 1918.
1757.Aljophine, b ca 1852; m Willis Baker

+ 1758.Burton J., b ca 1861
+ 1759.Elmer E., b 19 Nov 1862
804. CHRISTINA HAYNER, b 12 Feb 1814, d 3 Sep 1898; m David Smith; b, m, d, and had
issue Brunswick, NY. Note that another Christina Hayner #487, b 22 Mar 1813 m a David F.
Smith and had a child Revilo Smith. The connection, if any, between these two David Smiths is
not known. Issue: (SMITH)
1760.Martha, m Jacob Van Arnum. Issue: .
Laura m. J. Clum (1 dau); .
Mattie m Merritt
Roberts.
1761.Matilda, m Elijah Bulson; issue: .
William B. m Mollie Delo (2 ch); .
Samuel m
Alta Brust, .
Ina m Warren Hulick (4 ch).

1762.David A., m(1) Anna (Annis) Lohnes; m(2) Libbie Van Avery; issue (not certain
which spouse): .
Leon m Libbie Rivenburgh; .
Leslie; .
Maud m Charles Baldwin.

1763.Infant son, d 31 Jul 1850

805. MARY HAYNER, b 8 Feb 1817, d 12 Feb 1893; m Amos Hayner (#489), b 6 Sep 1818
Brunswick, NY, d there 23 Sep 1885, s/o Hendrick Hener & Christina Riffenburgh. Issue in
Brunswick, NY; see under his code no. for their 3 children.
806. AARON HAYNER (Haner), b 12 Jan 1819 Brunswick, NY, d there 12 Mar 1885, m Sarah
Christina Sipperly, b 1825 Brunswick, NY, d 23 Sep 1885, d/o Barnard C. & Catherine
Cipperly. Her sister Lucinda m George Martin Haner (# 236). The 3 dau were all bp at Gil Luth
on 18 May 1851, from which we take the middle names of the wife and the daughters. Issue
Brunswick, NY:
+
1764.Priscilla Caroline, b 18 Feb 1843
+
1765.Sarah Catherine, b 8 Oct 1845
+
1766.Mary Frances, b 3 Jul 1848
1767.Lewis, birthdate not known. We assume he is the Lewis Hayner who m Caroline
McChesney (Carrie), b 1860, d 1938, d/o Rufus McChesney & Caroline Downing, who is
mentioned as Mrs. Lewis Hayner in her brother McChesney’s burial record. Carrie’s heirs-at-law
in Troy, NY 28 Jul 1938 included 7 relatives, but no children or children’s spouses.

807. HIRAM HAYNER, b 24 Feb 1821 Brunswick, NY, d there 13 Jan 1853; m 21 May 1842
Almira Wager, d/o Henry Wager & Jane File, adopted by her stepfather Adam Brust. Issue in
Brunswick, NY:
1768.Jane F., m Hiram B. Cozine
1769.Infant son, b 30 Oct 1849, d inf.

+
1770.Lucilla, b Nov 1852
808. ANSON HAYNER, b 28 Jan 1823 Brunswick, NY; d there 21 Jun 1910 [or d 21 Nov 1900
per g-s] He m(1) Deborah Derrick, b 28 Feb 1823, d 27 Mar 1886 (?), d/o George Derrick &
Mary Roberts. A farmer at Center Brunswick, NY. Issue:
+
1771.George Lewis, b 15 Aug 1848
+
1772.Amelia Jennette, b 13 Jul 1851
1773.Lorinda Ann (“Rinda”), b 28 Jun 1853; m John J. Miller; no ch. He had a son by a
former marriage, William Miller, a doctor in Albany.
1774.Mary E., b 1855, d 9 Nov 1904; unm.

+
1775.Marvin Anson, b 18 Mar 1860
1776.Infant son, d 14 Oct 1864
808. ANSON HAYNER, b 28 Jan 1823, m(2) 21 Oct 1882 (?) Helen J. Williams, b 1837
Pittstown, NY, d Troy, NY, d/o Henry Williams & Sarah Akin. No ch.
809. MARGARET ANN HAYNER, b 17 Jun 1825 Brunswick, NY, d there 6 Feb 1859; m 9
Feb 1848 David File, b 24 Jul 1829, d 6 Feb 1852, s/o Paulus File & Mary Downing. Issue in
Brunswick, NY: (FILE)
1777.Helen David, b 1849, d 20 Jan 1935 Newark, NJ; m 23 Mar 1870 Rufus Albert File,
b 11 Dec 1848 Brunswick, d 13 Dec 1925 in NJ.

811. LEWIS HAYNER, b 4 Oct 1830, d in Brunswick, NY; m(1) 26 Mar 1854 Mary Cipperly,
b 29 Sep 1830, d 24 Sep 1871. Issue Brunswick, NY:
+
1778.Alice, b 6 Jun or 9 Jun 1856
+
1779.Ira, b 19 Jun 1859

811. LEWIS HAYNER, b 4 Oct 1830, m(2) 29 Feb 1876 Elizabeth Derrick (#532), b 25 Feb
1834 Brunswick, NY where she d 10 Oct 1910; d/o Charles Derrick & Hanna Hayner (#139); no
issue.
812. CATHARINE HAYNER, b 15 Apr 1849 Brunswick, NY, d 10 Mar or 5 Nov 1905
Melrose, NY; m Charles Doty, b 30 Jan 1846, d 30 Aug 1930; issue in Brunswick, NY: (DOTY)
1780.Lena, b 12 Dec 1874, d 14 Sep 1964; unm.

814. HERMAN J. HAYNER, b Brunswick, NY; m 24 Sep 1872 Sarah Ann Rees; issue in
Canada:
+
1781.Edwin Forrest., b ca 1874, Lansingburg, NY (data from marriage certificate)
817. MARY ELIZABETH HAYNER, b 1843 Schaghticoke, NY; m David H. (“Harry”)
Honsinger, issue in Brunswick, NY: (HONSINGER)
1782.Anna, m Richardson
1783.Oran, m Etta Lansing
1784.Porter

818. LEMUEL HAYNER, b 1839 Schaghticoke, NY; d there 18 Dec 1906; he m Elizabeth
Sherman; issue in Brunswick, NY:
+
1785.Jennie, b 21 Jan 1868
1786.Satie, b 11 Feb 1873, d 14 Apr 1895.
1787.Alta, b 8 Mar 1874, d 4 Mar 1932.
+
1788.Herbert Valentine, b 14 Feb 1879
819. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN HAYNER, b 13 Sep 1844; m Johanna Welch.
+
1789.Willard James, b 22 May 1871
+
1790.Emma M., b 1877
1791.Anna, m 1935 Joseph Donne; no ch.
+
1792.Benjamin Franklin, 2nd, b 18 Apr 1880
+
1793.Edward Lawrence, b 5 Jul 1882
1794.Joseph, m Hazel Rescott, no ch.
1795.Evelyn, b 3 Jan 1890, d 25 Oct 1895
820. SIMEON SMITH HAYNER, b 12 Jan 1846 Schaghticoke, NY, d 21 Oct 1873, bu Grafton;
m Helen Wagar, b 1843, d 1921, d/o Jacob P. & Mary Wagar; issue in Grafton, NY.
+
1796.Charles Simeon, b 1867
+
1797.Fannie Jennette, b 20 Jun 1868
1798.Frederick, b 3 Nov 1870, d 15 Feb 1871.
822. FANNY ORINTHA HAYNER, b 8 Jul 1850 Grafton, NY, d there 18 Nov 1879; m Calvin
Dunham, b 18 Sep 1848, d 18 Jan 1896. Issue in Grafton, NY. (DUNHAM)
1799.Millard L., b 1 Apr 1872
1800.Etha, b 21 Oct 1875, d 23 Mar 1886.
1801.Orson, b 2 Jan 1877, d 16 Jul 1902 Grafton, NY; m Jessie Looker.
1802.Marcia, b 1 Apr 1879

824. FLORENCE ESTELLE HAYNER, b 11 Mar 1858 Grafton, NY, d 17 May 1927
Raymertown, NY. She m 16 Oct 1878 Chauncey M. Bornt, b 21 Feb 1857 Brunswick, NY, d 14
Nov 1900; a farmer. Issue: (BORNT)

1803.Mercie Maria, b 16 Nov 1881, d 14 Mar 1964 Troy, NY. She m 8 Jun 1904 Charles
Avery Eddy, b 14 Oct 1881 Raymertown, NY, d 17 Dec 1971 Troy, NY, s/o Willard Carpenter
Eddy & Laney Elizabeth Smith. Willard Carpenter Eddy was a brother of Sarah Jane Eddy who
m #738.Andrew A. Hayner; Willard and Sarah Jane were ch of Avery Eddy and Mary Ann
Carpenter. Charles Eddy farmed the land purchased by his great-grandfather Robert Eddy. They
had 7 children in Generation [7]:

[7a].Sylvia Eddy, b 1906, d 1923;

[7b].Florence Elizabeth Eddy, b 1908, d Apr 1989, nurse; m Dr Cyril Parks Rosston

(1 son, 1 daughter, grandchildren).

[7c].daughter (married, children, grandchildren).

[7d].daughter (married, children, grandchildren).

[7e].daughter (married, children, grandchildren).

[7f].daughter (married, 1 child).

[7g].daughter.

1804.Estella, b 1888, d 1976; m Percy J. Campbell, b 1888, d 1972. Issue, b in Melrose,
NY: .
Elsie, b 1908, Aug 176 d 22 Feb 2001; res Johnsonville NY and Port Charlotte, FL, m
Ralph Lansing Button, b 21 Aug 1900, d Apr 26 1985 (son); .
son (married, children); .
daughter (married, children) .
son (married, children); .
son (married, children).

1805.Simeon Hayner, b 1886, d 4 Jul 1977; m Jun 1908 Sarah Cushman. Issue: .
Chancy
(d as a small child, fell into a spring); .
son; .
son; .
son; .
son (married, children); .
daughter
(married, 1 child). .
son (married, children).

842a.CATHERINA ANNA HAYNER, b 29 Mar 1817 in Sharon, Schoharie Co. NY, d 28 Jan
1911 in Herkimer NY. She m 11 Jul 1843 William W. Benchley. Issue: (BENCHLEY)

1805aa. etc – descendants of Catherine Ann Haner Benchley are given through several
generations in an article on the Benchley-Bensley family in NEHGR Vol. 143, p.52.

842b. JACOB ANTHONY HANER, b 23 May 1818; Schoharie Co. NY, d 5 Jun 1849; m
Dorothy Dixon, of Selside, Westmoreland Co., England, d/o Anthony Dixon & Ella
Cornthwaite, d 17 Sep 1882 in New Orleans LA. All their children were born in New Orleans,
LA. He owned the White Hall Coffee House in New Orleans, also a grocery store; he died at age
31 in the afternoon of June 5 1849 at his coffee house. After Jacob’s death she remarried to —
Reynolds.

1805ba.Agnes Jane, b 1 Sep 1840 New Orleans, LA. d 22 Jul 1907 in LA, m John C.
Ong, who ran a grocery store in New Orleans. No known children.

+
1805bb.Catherine Ann, b 12 Jan 1842
1805bc.James, b 7 Oct 1843; prob d.y.
+
1805bd.Mary Elizabeth, b 12 Sep 1845
1805be.James Dixon. b 4 Nov 1849
842e. LEWIS HANER, b 28 Feb 1815, Middleburg, NY; d 5 Apr 1863 Charlotteville NY. He m
Catherine —

1805c.Alpheus, b 1844

1805d.Florence E., b 1846., d 1924; m Levi Lincoln, b 1849, d 1943.

1805e.Harriet M., b 1851

+
1805f.Hiram D., b 1855
843d. MARTIN HAYNER, b 23 Dec 1820, d 16 Aug 1887 Worcester NY. He m Sabrina
Gardner, b 28 Jan 1818, d 23 Dec 1889 in Worcester NY.

+
1805g.Sarah J., b 22 Dec 1855

844. JANE M. HANER, b 29 Jun or 29 Jan 1818 Schoharie Co., NY ?, d 3 Feb 1888 Clay,
Onondaga Co., NY; m Isaac Bettinger, b 1814 Minden, Montgomery Co., NY, d 29 Jun 1867
Clay, NY. Five known children; others may have died young. Issue: (BETTINGER)
1806.Henrietta, b ca 1832
1807.Jacob, b ca 1835
1808.Orlando, b ca 1849
1809.Lucenia, b 1852
1810.Flora, b 1860

845. EVA ANN HANER, b 26 Apr 1829 (Lawyersville Ref), d 1892 Clay, NY; m John Hamlin,
b 1820 England, d 1901 Clay, NY. All the children born in Clay, Onondaga Co., NY. Issue:
(HAMLIN)

1811.Perliette, b 1856, d 1874
1812.Nancy, b 1859
1813.Thomas, b 1864, d 1864
1814.Arthur, b 1865, d 1909; m Rachel G. Wells
1815.Henry G., b 1866, d 1944; m Ella May Blanchard
1816.Sarah, b 1869, d 1916; m Orrin Moore
1817.John A.

846. ANDREW HANER, b 27 Nov 1834, d 8 Mar 1912; m 1860 Mary C. Bettinger, b Mar
1838, d 1916. All the children born Clay, Onondaga Co., NY.
+
1818.Sarah Margaret, b Jun 1862
+
1819.Adaline E., b 6 May 1866
+
1820.Amelia L., b Sept. 1870
1821.John (never married)
1822.Mary F., b 1876, d 1968; m Albert Loveless
847b. HENRY HANER, b 1836; d 1902 Sharon, Schoharie Co.; m(1) Maria Parkhill, b 1845
The children listed below were in Henry’s will.

+
1822a.Jennie, b Nov 1864
1822b.Phoebe, m — Caster
1822c.Bertha , m — Shaul
+
1822d.Oakley, b 18 Jun 1879 in Sharon, Schoharie C o. NY, d 21 Nov 1941.
1822e.Willard
847b. HENRY HANER, m(2) Lydia M. [Karker] Best, d/o Jacob Karker & Nancy Miller.

850. OBADIAH HAINER, b 22 Feb 1825, Thorold Twp, d 2 Nov 1908; m Mary Tait, b 12 Jul
1825, d 22 Mar 1888. He and his sons were brick masons.
+
1823.William Jacob, b 1 Jun 1855
+
1824.John B., b 22 May 1857
+
1825.James Clinton, b 27 Apr 1860
1826.Thomas Wellington, b 23 May 1868; said to have moved to California.
851. NANCY JANE HAINER, b 1830, d 18 Mar 1912; m 19 Jun 1850 James Merithew (or
Merrithew), at Lewiston, NY. Order of the children uncertain. Issue: (MERITHEW)
1827.Mary J., b ca 1851; m George Van Alstine.
1828.John B., b 28 Sep 1852
1829.James Albert, b ca 1855, d 1924; m Fanny Brooks; no issue. They raised Bill

Freeman who m Louise Hodgkins. Albert died in a farm accident when caught in a binder and

bled to death when the horse ran away.

1830.George, m 15 Feb 1877 Christina Frederica Egerter, b ca 1852; no issue

1831.Etta

852. MARY ELIZABETH HAINER, b 9 Aug 1834 Louth Twp, d 14 Jun 1904 St. Catharines,
ON; m 25 Dec 1852 Ephraim Fuller, b 23 Sep 1833 3Grantham Twp, d 9 Jul 1903 . Issue:
(FULLER)
1832.Mary Catherine, b 14 Sep 1853 (twin), d 2 Nov 1928; m John T. Johnson, b 10 Jun
1854, d 25 Oct 1931.

1833.Marcia Ann, b 14 Sep 1853 (twin), d 21 Dec 1853

1834.Lorinda Elizabeth, b 4 Jan 1856, d 8 Mar 1856

1835.Cynthia Caroline, b 15 Feb 1857, d Jun 1917; m John Canivan.

1836.Madora Willa Jane, b 22 Apr 1859, d 24 Jun 1942; b and d in St. Catharines, ON; m
25 Mar 1879 Henry Kottmeir, b ca 1855 Louth Twp. Issue: .
Isabella May, b 16 Oct 1896, d Oct
1977, m Nelson Howard Raham, b 21 Jan 1896, d 1971 St. Catharines, ON (5 sons, 2 daughters,
grandchildren); .
Edith; .
Harry; .
Hazel.

1837.James Ephraim, b 16 Mar 1861, d 13 Aug 1861

1838.William Freeman, b 28 Apr 1862, d 5 Jul 1942; m Bertha Hawn, b 1872, d 1933.

1839.Martha Alberta, b 12 Mar 1864, d 22 Mar 1949; m James C. Johnson.

1840.Emma Louisa, b 16 Mar 1866, d 23 Mar 1929; m Edgar H. Young, b 13 Feb 1864, d
Apr 1900.

1841.Kirby Guy, b 20 May 1869, d 15 Jul 1917; unm.

1842 James Wellington, b 5 Sep 1872, d 21 May 1956; m 23 Oct 1895 Emily Gaden, b 30
Nov 1872 Banbury, Oxfordshire, England, d 26 May 1947 Hamilton, Ontario. They had 5
children in Generation [7]:

[7a].Alvin George Fuller, b 2 Aug 1898, d 26 Jun 1978; m 27 Nov 1918 Mary Jane

Armstrong, b 22 Sep 1896 Belfast, Ireland, d Jan 1979; Issue: (1 son, grandchildren).

[7b].Violet Fuller, b 13 Sep 1900, d 4 Sep 1916.

[7c].Maddlean Lavine Fuller, b 17 Jan 1904, d 29 Jun 1963; m 5 Nov 1924

Arlington Milton Dockstader, b 28 Oct 1903, d 5 Jun 1979. Issue: (1 daughter, 3 sons,

grandchildren).

[7d].Clinton Manriel Fuller, b 21 Jan 1906, d 14 Jan 1979; m(1) Vera Lily Lowe, no

issue; m(2) Leona Mary Romain, b 25 May 1910, d 11 Nov 1987; no issue.

[7e].daughter (married, grandchildren).

853. LORINDA HAINER, b ca 1843, d 19 Mar 1929 age 86; res Grantham; m 16 May 1860
David Phipps, b 10 Oct 1842, d 15 Nov 1919. Issue: (PHIPPS)

1843.Albert (Lorinda’s obit has Arthur); m Frances Merriman; Issue: (1 son, 1 daughter) .

1844.Hedley (twin) m Elizabeth Sheltis; Issue: (2 daughters, grandchildren).

1845.Howard, (twin) d before 1929), m Abbey Morris; Issue: (1 son, 1 daughter).

1846.Thomas, m Elizabeth Erskine, b Hamilton, parents from England). Issue: (2
daughters, 1 son, grandchildren).

1847.Edmonia, m John Marriott. Issue: (2 daughters).

1848.Ella, m(1) Walter Trapnell (brother of Ab); issue: (3 sons and twins [one a girl, the

other sex unknown]) ..... Ella m(2) Charles Calcott.
1849.Jennie, m — Nesbitt; d in California.

854. SOPHIA HAINER, (Sophie), b 16 Dec 1836 Esquesing Twp, Halton Co., ON; d 25 Nov
1907; bu Bentinck Twp, Grey Co., ON (?). She m 29 Jul 1862 Alexander Christie, b ca 1835
Longford County, Ireland; d 5 Mar 1906 Bentinck Twp, Grey Co. ON; s/o William Christie &
Margaret Higgins. Their 5 children all b in Bentinck Twp. Issue: (CHRISTIE)

1850.George Alexander, b 1862, d Aug 1934 Bentinck Twp. He m Agnes V— , b 1863, d
1933.

1851.Jane (Jennie) , b 1865, d 2 Nov 1944 Guelph ON; m Alfred Henry McConnell. b
1870, d 1 Dec 1939 Guelph, ON. Issue: .
Frederick Alfred, b 1899 Guelph, ON. d 9 Jul 1945,
unm; .
Grace, b 29 Aug 1902 Guelph ON, d 26 Apr 1993; m 23 Mar 1929 Waldo Steele
McElhoes. b 15 Jan 1905 Otter Tail MN, d 16 Jul 1979 Winnipeg, MB. (2 sons, 1 daughter); .
Gladys Christine, b 1905 Guelph ON, d 30 May 1976 Winnipeg MB; unm.

1852.John R., b 1867

1853.William, b 1868, d 1869

1854.James, b 1870

1855.Margaret Sydney (Syd), b 18 Nov 1873, d 18 Dec 1934 Winnipeg, MB. She never
married.

1855a.William J., b 1876, d 1879, bu Bentinck Co.

1855b.Jacob, b 1879, d 1953, m Edna R. Butchart, b 1893, d 1966, buried Bentinck Twp ,
Grey Co., ON.

855. JOHN HAINER, b 19 Jun 1838 Esquesing Twp, ON; d 6 Nov 1916; m Jean Hope
Renilson.
+ 1856.John Renilson, b 7 Oct 1892
+ 1857.George Gordon, b 11 May 1916
859. ISABELLA HAINER, b 14 Oct 1844 in Esquesing, Ontario, d 22 Sep 1914; m James
Bradley, b 1832 Ireland, d 1881 Canada. Issue: (BRADLEY)

1858.Jane (Jennie), b 6 May 1863, d 17 Feb 1926; m 26 Jun 1901 Richard Brandon.

1859.Elizabeth (Bessie), b 15 Feb 1865, d 1949; m Joseph Henry Nettleton.

1860.John, b 7 Jul 1866, d 16 Dec 1871.

1861.Henry, b 3 Mar 1868, d same day.

1862.Mary, b 18 Jan 1869, d same day.

1863.Thomas Pinkerton, b 6 Jan 1870, d 30 Jun 1934; m 17 Jun 1916 Helen Gertrude
Macpherson.

1864.Florence (Flossie), b 2 Feb 1872, d 10 Nov 1953; m 10 Jan 1903 George Henry
Bradshaw.

1865.Edith, b 26 Jun 1874, d 25 May 1952; m 10 May 1894 Dominick Olden Jackson.

1866.Arthur Boultby, b 15 May 1877, d 6 Aug 1952; m 27 Jun 1906 Clara Emily
Thompson.

1867.Ann Isabella, b 22 Jul 1878, d 6 Jul 1949; m 17 Oct 1928 Joseph Lawson.

1868.Kathleen, b 1 Jul 1881, d 30 Nov 1932; m 19 Nov 1913 Elmer Clifford Thompson.

1869.Iernis, b 20 Mar 1884, d 5 May 1955; m 24 Jan 1919 Hugh MacKay MacDonald, b

26 May 1884, d 4 Sep 1957, s/o Neil Cameron MacDonald & Mary MacKay. (2 sons,
grandchildren).

860. JACOB HAINER, b 25 Mar 1847, Esquesing Twp., ON; d 2 Jun 1910; m 30 Jun 1885
Catherine Charlotte Thomson, b 28 Dec 1860, d 9 Jul 1935, d/o Joseph Thomson & Catharine
Mustard. After Jacob’s death she moved from Georgetown to Eyebrow, Sask with her family.
1871.John Murray (Jack) of Eyebrow in 1935.
1872.James Franklin, d 1886, an infant.

+ 1873.Katherine Thomson (Kate), b 15 Aug 1890
873. ELIZABETH HANER, b 12 May 1825, bp 10 Aug 1825 (Chrch L); m 2 Nov 1842 (Ger
Luth) Jeremiah Proper, b 2 Mar 1823 (Ger Luth), d 30 Dec 1853, s/o Jeremiah Proper &
Margaret Lasher. Children bp Ger Christ Luth. Issue: (PROPER)

1874.William Walter, b 10 Jan 1844, bp Jun 1844, d 1908, m(1) Augusta Hotaling, b
1851, d 1871. He m(2) 16 Jul 1871 Sarah E. Hotaling, b 1855, d 1925, d/o Samuel Hotaling &
Elisabeth.

1875.Morgan, b 8 Dec 1845, bp 19 Mar 1846,d 20 Jan 1851

1876.Martha Jane, b 5 Feb 1848, bp Feb 1848

1877.Margaret, b 18 Jan 1850, bp 21 Dec 1850, d 20 Mar 1859

1878.Rachel Ann, b 25 Feb 1852, bp 25 Jan 1853

1879.Delia, b 28 May 1853, bp 29 Sep 1853

874. HENRY HARMAN HANER, b 15 Nov 1828, bp 8 Feb 1829 (Chrch L); m 14 Dec 1854
Eva Han (Ham?) at Livingston, NY.

1880.Walter, b 1855, d 1936; m 16 Nov 1881 Estelle Ettleman, b 1861

1881.Ellen (Blanch), b ca 1858; m J. Frank Simmons, Mellenville, NY

1882.Franklin, b 1860, d 1919; bu Linlithgo; m 31 Dec 1890 Emogene Wagoner, b 1865,

d 1922
1883.Cornelia, b ca 1863; m 24 Nov 1880 Amos W. Dick.
1884.Sarah, b ca 1866
1885.Anna, b ca 1869

876. WALTER HANER, b 18 May 1832, bp 18 Nov 1832 (Chrch L), d 1907. He m Caroline
Smith, b 1842, d 1914. Caroline’s great grandmother was Mary Wall, said to be Dutch, who
emigrated from Holland to America; the name later became Waldorf. Tradition is that Walter, a
carpenter by trade, was brought up from the age of 9 by the Vanderboker family; this is plausible,
since his father died in 1836 leaving 8 minor children; note that Walter married a woman of
Dutch extraction. Walter purchased a hotel in West Taghkanic which his son William later ran.
+ 1886.Jonas, b 1863
1887.William, b 21 Aug 1871 m Elmira Kipp; no ch. He ran the hotel at West Taghkanic
that his father had bought.

892. MARY ANN HANER, b 10 Dec 1811, d 11 Mar 1896; m 10 Sep 1834 Michael Edick,
(Edict), b 1807, d 1898, s/o George M. Edick & Nancy Clapsaddle (Columbia, Herkimer Co.,
NY Ref Church). She was a teacher in town, also taught embroidery before marriage. After some
years in Richfield, they removed to Fulton, NY and had issue: (EDICK)
1888.Alonzo

909. MONROE HANER, b 4 Mar 1834 South Columbia, NY. (Spouse unknown)
1889.Charles
1890.Eugene, d 1863
947. PARKER HAYNER, b 23 Nov 1825 Summit, Schoharie Co. NY, d 27 Nov 1895 Union
City, Branch Co. MI; m Mary Matilda Ferris, d/o Sherman Ferris & Polly Lake, b 15 Dec 1824
NY, d 9 Mar 1908. Was in 1880 census of Branch Co MI. Mary was a cousin of Robert Ferris,
inventor of the Ferris Wheel.
+ 1891.Herbert E., b 17 Sep 1849
+ 1892.Decolio Ferdinand “Cole,” b 1 Sep 1 1852
1893.Harriet E., b 1853, d 1853.
`

949. HORACE HANER, b 7 May 1819 in Jefferson, Schoharie Co. NY; d 22 Jun 1902 Cedar
Creek, Washington Co. WI. He m 9 Jun 1839 Nancy Jane Gould, b 15 Dec 1821 Warren,
Herkimer Co. NY, d 26 Mar 1905 Cedar Creek WI.
+ 1894.Melissa, b 10 Mar 1840

+
1895.Harriet, b 20 May 1841
1896.George M., b 23 Jun 1843 Clark Co IL, d 7 Sep 1905 Chipley FL. Civil War veteran.
He m(1) 10 Mar 1869 Lydia Short in WI, a widow with 5 ch.. He m(2) 26 Jan 1904 Ella Compton
in Cedar Creek WI, and after her death retired to Florida.

1897.Mary Jane , b 13 Jun 1846 Milwaukee; d in infancy.

+
1898.Nelson, b 17 Aug 1847
1899.Hamilton, b 26 Jun 1849 Cedar Creek, Washington Co WI, d ca 1925 West Bend
WI. In 1880, he was working in a sawmill. He married the Widow Williams, the mother of two
sons

+
1900.Frances Ranar, b 14 Feb 1852
+
1901.Laurinda, b 21 Feb 1854
1902.Luella, b 28 Jul 1856, d 10 Sep 1858
1903.Infant daughter, b 1863, d at birth
1904.Cassius, b 28 May 1866, d 21 Sep 1866
950. AMANDA HANER, b 13 Feb 1822 Jefferson, Schoharie Co NY. She m George H.
Parker, a Civil War soldier from Macedon, Wayne Co NY. Issue: (PARKER)

1905.Eugene, b Spencer, IA

1906.Marietta

1907.Eliza; m — Hoke

1908.Carrie Estelle, b Macedon Center, graduated Macedon Academy 1889.

1909.Jesse, b 23 Feb 1864; m 30 Nov 1882. Fred S. Hance. They had one son and three

daughters

951. HULDAH HANER, b 16 Dec 18343 in Marion, Wayne Co NY, d ca 1919 White Lake,
Langdale Co WI. She m William Parker. Issue: (PARKER)
1910.Estelle
1911.Elmer

955. WILLIAM HAYNER, (Haner), b 3 May 1818 (or 3 Mar 1813) in NY state, d 29 (or 21)
Jan 1899 Academy Corners, PA. He m ca 1839 Anice Stevens, b 31 Aug 1817, d 28 Dec 1856 at
Knoxville, Tioga Co. PA, d/o Luman and Hannah Stevens of CT. She and William were both
Quakers.
+
1912.Hannah E., b 2 May 1840
1913.Elizabeth, b 16 Sep 1842, or b 1841 d 13 Oct 1932; m 1931 Henry Wagner.He was
from Detroit, she was in Detroit in 1928.

+
1914.Sarah Jane, b 4 May 1844
+
1915.Eliza Ann, b 23 Aug 1848
1916.Emily Anice (Em or Emma), b 7 Aug 1853 Deerfield Twp PA, d 1932; m(1) 15 Jun
1877 (Francis) Marion Seeley, d 17 Jan 1920, bu Carpenter cem, Tioga Co. PA; m(2) (Charles)
Bently Seeley; res Wellsboro, PA. Both Marion and Emily bu Academy Corners, PA. or in
Carpenter cem, Tioga Co. PA (same place?) Mrs C. B. Seeley was living in Breezeport NY in
1928.

956. CATHERINE HAYNER, b 30 Nov 1821, m William Taylor, issue prob. in Chatham,
Tioga Co., PA:
(TAYLOR)
1917.Maryette
1918.Rinaldo
1919.Leonard
1920.Eliza Ann

958. ROBERT HAYNER, b 8 Oct 1825 Maryland, Otsego Co., NY. When he was 14, ca 1839,
his parents removed to Tioga Co., PA. Robert left home in 1847, 3 years after his father’s death;
went first to Crawford Co., PA where he m Miranda Sweet, a native of Delaware Co. After
sojourns in Pittsburgh PA, Darien WI, Adams Co. Olmstead Co., and Goodhue Co., MN, he
settled in Carroll Co., IA. There he farmed, ran a boarding house for workers building the
Northwestern Railroad, erected and ran a hotel.
1921.Frances, m Hanson
1922.Henrietta, m Crabbs
1923.Alice, m Morris

+
1924.Mary Irene, b 21 Sep 1862
1925.Melvin
1926.Rensler, (“Uncle Rant”); res Tulsa, OK
1927.William R., m Mary Hamman; res Tulsa, OK
1928.George Tuttle, m Nellie P. Hamilton
1929.Lucine, m a Sweet (no relation to her mother)
960. SARAH FLOWER HAYNER, (Sally) b 10 Oct 1832 Maryland, NY, d 13 Jun 1880. She
married brothers. m(1) Bradner Hawkins, b 8 Jul 1827 NY State, d 7 Oct 1865. She m(2) Amos
Hawkins, b 3 Mar 1832, d 7 Jan 1912. One of these was the father of a son tentatively listed
below. (HAWKINS)
1930.Walter, (first cousin of #1914 Sarah Jane Hayner, b 1844, d/o William); father of
Jessie Hawkins, d 31 Jan 1962, who married her second cousin #2915 Emmet King, s/o Charles

F. King & #1914 Sarah Jane Hayner.
962. MARTHA A. HANER, b 1 Nov 1832 Montgomery Co., NY, d 6 Aug 1904; bu in family
plot, Highland cem, Ypsilanti MI. She m 16 Apr 1850 Andrew Jackson Gale, 4 Mar 1829, s/o
Henry S. Gale & Pacy Cook of Schoharie Co., NY, d 22 Oct 1901; brought by parents to MI at
age 4 where he became a farmer in Washtenaw Co., MI. Issue: (GALE)
1931.Percivil, b 24 Feb 1852 Livingston Co. MI, d 4 Jul 1867, drowned.

1932.Eliza, b 10 Oct 1856; m Augustus Clark. Issue: .
Annie Mattie, .
Ida M., .
William
Burris

1933.Edward Charles, b 4 Apr 1860; m Ida M. Bristol. Issue: .
Harrison Andrew, .
Lura
Mae, .
Dewey Bristol.

1934.Ida C., d. inf.

1935.Justin A., b 25 Dec 1867; m Lillian Ward; issue: .
Mary A., .
Vena Alta, .
Gerald

Asa, .
Orlo Justin, .
Carol Elizabeth.

969. JOHN E. HAYNER, b 29 Mar 1827 Charlestown, NY; d 19 Mar 1903 Alton, IL. His
family removed to Yates, Orleans Co., NY where he grew up; in 1848 he removed to Alton, IL
where he was a business man and successful banker. His second wife helped found the first
library in Alton, privately supported, and after her death John E. Hayner built as a memorial to
her the Hayner Public Library which he gave to the city, along with an endowment for its support.
He m(1) Laura Ellen Scott of Craftsbury, VT, b 2 Jan 1828, d 10 Jan 1859 Alton, IL.
+
1936.Florence Ellen
969. JOHN E. HAYNER, b 29 Mar 1827; m(2) Jane C. Drury (Jennie) of Shelton, VT.
969. JOHN E. HAYNER, b 29 Mar 1827; m(3) Mary C. Keith of Shelton.
971. ELIZA HAYNER, (Elizabeth), b Jul 1817 or 1818 Glens Falls, NY, d 12 Oct 1900 Adams,
MA (g-s has @ 83); m Solomon Crane; he died when the children were very young, and Eliza

took Belle and the baby Fred to visit her brother Nelson, a visit which lasted 20 years. (CRANE)

1937.Edgar; res Saratoga Springs, NY.

1938.Ellen; went to California, m a Nelson.

1939.Belle, b 2 Sep 1845, d 1927 Adams, MA; m(1) Herbert Card, Issue: .
Bertha, m
Charles; .
Herbert (he married); .
Gertrude, m — Lewis, father of her mother’s 2nd husband;
several ch in Adams, MA including Arthur and Ray; .
Georgia, m Edwin Allen, one child d in
OH. Herbert Card died 3 days after Georgia was born, and Belle m(2) — Lewis, son of
Gertrude’s husband; had 1 son.

1940.John, lived and died with a Shaker colony.

1941.Frederick; bu Catholic cem, Saratoga Springs, NY; had issue.

972. FREEMAN J. HAYNER, (Haner) b 17 Jan 1821 Glen Falls, NY, d 28 May 1891 Valley
Falls, NY; m 1842 Maria Brott (Brett), b 1821 Glens Falls, where she d 6 May 1868. He was an
engineer. He may have remarried to Maria Lufty (an Armenian name); he is listed “married” on
the 1891 death certificate, where name is spelled “Hayner.” Issue (order based on 1855 census of
Pittstown; some uncertainties remain):
1942.Janet (Janette), b ca 1843; m Cunningham, went to Buffalo, NY. In 1855 census she
is Hilden(?) Janet, age 12

1943.Ann, b ca 1845; m Lilly or m Cass, went to Jersey City, NJ.

1944.James Eugene, b 31 Jan 1846, d 1868 Schaghticoke, NY (g-s has 1866); prob. d 7

Oct 1866.

+
1945.John Joseph, b 31 Mar 1848
1946.Lafayette (Lufty) Shedbolt, b ca 1850; went to Oregon; he m Emaline Hayner
(#1530). Luft was a family name.
1947.Emmaretta (E.?), b 9 Jul 1852; m Cunningham or m Vandersee, Schenectady, NY.

+
1948.George Hoyt, b ca 1855
1949.Nelson, b 8 Oct 1856; settled Brooklyn, NY.
1950.Charles; no information, may have d.y.
1951.Mary Elizabeth, b 1859; no information, may have d.y.
1952.Arthur Nelson. He may be the same as Nelson (above); his g-s has “Arthur Nelson,
son of Freeman” (no date); also on same stone is Mary Lillie, age 2 months 1880.
1953.Lizzie, b 1862; m Lacey, went to California.

973. NELSON HAYNOR, b ca 1822 Glen Falls, NY, d 10 Jun 1876 Saratoga Springs, NY; an
engineer. He m Charlotte Osborn, b ca 1811 Valley Falls, NY, d 6 Apr 1883 Stillwater, NY; d/o
Lemuel Osborn & Phoebe Alcock (Alcot). Issue in Valley Falls:
1954.Mary Elizabeth, d.inf.

+
1955.Catherine (Kate), b 11 Feb 18xx (b ca 1845)
+
1956.Charles, b 184x
+
1957.Clara Belle, b 26 Sep 1857
1958.Louis Edgar, b 1859, d 6 Jul 1861 @ 1 y 8 mo.
1959.Walter N., b Aug 1862, d 17 Oct 1864 @ 2 y 2 mo.
+
1960.Anna Nellie, b 17 Aug 1867 or b ca 1851 (?); either suggested date seems
improbable.
1961.Ruth, d.inf.

974. ALMIRA HANER, b 1823 Glens Falls, NY, d 1895 Waterford, NY; m(1) — Schyver;
issue in Waterford:
(SCHYVER)
1962.Elizabeth
1963.Abigail
1964.Herman (Hiram)

1965.Mary, a teacher and singer. She m Silas Owen, her stepbrother, s/o George Owen.
Issue: .
George; .
Laura; .
Laney; .
Jessie, m Dr. Edgar Zeh of Waterford (Miriam, m William
Riding; Christine, m Kenneth Rice); .
Edwin.

974. ALMIRA HANER, b 1823; m(2) George Owen.
987. JOHN B. HANER, b 27 Aug 1822, d 1912. Went from Rensselaer Co., NY to Mifflin Twp.,
Wyandot Co., OH. He m(1) 9 Nov 1847 Lovina A. Vanorsdall, b 1825, d 31 Oct 1852, d/o
Andrew and Kate Vanorsdall.
+
1966.Darwin G., b 1 Sep 1848
+
1967.Cynthia A., b 22 Sep 1850
+
1968.Henry A., b 26 Oct 1852
987. JOHN B. HANER, b 27 Aug 1822; m(2) 19 Nov 1863 Sophie Dean, b 28 Nov 1832, d 9
Dec 1906, d/o Abraham Dean & Nancy Simmerson.
1969.Dorleska J., b 16 Sep 1864, d 17 May 1882; unm.

+
1970.Alfred B., b 28 Feb 1866
+
1971.Ella May, b 1 May 1868
+
1972.John E., b 26 Jan 1870
1973.George Edgar, b 16 Jul 1872; m; res Gallipolis, OH 1910.
+
1974.Mary Elizabeth, b 26 Dec 1876
989. SAPHRONA MARY HANER, (or Mary Saphrona, or Mary), b 12 Aug 1824, d before
1879; m William Young; he d when the girls were 8 and 12 years old. They lived in Indiana and
Kansas. Issue: (YOUNG)
1975.Mary
1976.Emily

992. ALBERT HANER, b 16 Oct 1832 Chautauqua Co., NY, d 1896; an MD in Plain City, OH.
He m 21 Oct 1852 Elizabeth Leonard, b 1834 in OH, d 1913, d/o Dr. Jacob Leonard & Lydia
M. Miller. Elizabeth, wife of Dr. Albert Haner, carried on a millinery and dry goods business in
Plain City.
+
1977.Jacob Leonard, b Sep 1866
+
1978.William Henry, b 1870
993. SARAH ANNA HANER, b 28 Jun 1834, prob. Chautauqua Co., NY. She m(1) in Wyandot
Co., OH 16 Mar 1853 William Smith Potter, b 12 Feb 1806 in OH, d Nov 1888 in MO, s/o
William Potter & Catharine Freeman. He operated a large flouring mill and general store in
Marseilles, OH; moved to Tippecanoe, near Lancaster, MO, in 1864, where he had a mercantile
business. Sarah Anna Haner was his second wife. Issue: (POTTER)
1979.Amos Austin; prob. unm. Owned or operated a silver mine in Maryville, Montana.

1980.Ella Mary, b 25 Apr 1856, d 12 Jul 1897. She m 21 Feb 1875 Henry Ardeen Miller,
b 14 Nov 1854, d 13 Mar 1937, a weekly newspaper publisher and merchant in Lancaster, MO,
later in Memphis, MO.

There were 3 children in Generation [7]:

[7a].Anna Ruth Miller, b 4 Jan 1876, d 18 Nov 1955; m Seward Best, b 23 Dec
1873, d 27 Sep 1944, plumbing wholesaler in Quincy, IL. Issue: .
Donald Gibson b 15
Sep 1899, d 15 May 1927, m 1921 Pauline Hart, (2 sons); .
Eleanor Frances, b 24 Jun
1902, d 13 Jan 1983, m(1) 1929 Francis Ochsner (div, no ch), m(2) 1937 Donald Binkert,
no ch; .
Joseph Henry, b 20 Oct 1906, d 23 Aug 1975, m 1929 Ruth Florence Heidbreder,
b 26 Nov 1907, res Washington DC (1 daughter, grandchildren).

[7b].Franklin Miller, b 25 Mar 1878, d 27 Apr 1952, a Judge, Circuit Attorney and

Parole Officer in St. Louis, MO; m 28 Oct 1907 Maude Barnes, b 29 Oct 1883, d 5 Aug

1978. (2 sons, 1 daughter, grandchildren).

[7c].Charles Dickens Miller, b 15 Dec 1879, d 26 May 1949, civil engineer, South
Gate, CA; m 4 Jul 1903 Florence Rapp, b 25 Dec 1883, d 15 Sep 1940. Issue: .
Dean, b 6 Apr
1904, d 26 Dec 1999; claims adjuster, m 1933 Helen Louise Huber (2 daughters, grandchildrens);
.
Mary Catherine, b 9 Apr 1907, d 29 Apr 1907; .
Dorothy Ruth, b 10 Oct 1908, d 6 Dec 1999,
professional musician and piano teacher; m 1929 Merritt Sigsbee Dunlap, b 22 Aug 1906,
engineer, building contractor, res Fallbrook, CA (1 son, grandchildren).

1981.Frank,d.inf.(croup)

1982.Grant Morton, d 22 Jan 1917; foreman at newspaper in Memphis, MO. He m(1) Etta
Chattin. Issue: .
Leslie, station agent at Memphis, MO.; .
Opal, d. young. Grant m(2) Dolly
Cawood, d. 7 Apr 1917. Issue: .
(William) Warner, res Indiana Harbor, IN, 2 or 3 ch.; .
Frank
Herman, b 15 May 1909, d, m Joanna Grabner, b 23 May 1909, res Afton, MO (4 sons); .
son;
ison.

1983.Allie May, d 10 Aug 1943 Durant, OK; bu Gotebo, OK. She m Charles Fisher, res
Enid, OK; 2 adopted children: one was a nephew, son of her brother Grant Morton Potter, the
other was Helen Alice Fisher.

1984.Ora, b ca 1866, d 1878

993. SARAH ANNA HANER, b 28 Jun 1834, m(2) after 1888 John Feighner; lived in
Oklahoma (div). No issue.
994. ELEANOR HANER (Ellen, Ella), b 18 Jun 1836 in NY, d 11 Jun 1927 in Belle Plaine, IA.
She m Wyandot Co., OH 7 Aug 1853 John Sutton, b 11 Jan 1832 Greene Co., PA, d 14 Mar
1909; moved 1842 to Ohio, and in 1869 he moved to to Deep River Twp, Poweshiek Co., IA, res
Brooklyn, IA. He was a carpenter, schoolhouse janitor. They had 7 children. Issue: (dates from
1870 census) (SUTTON)
1985.Sarah Parmelia; bu Brooklyn, IA (?). She is not in the 1870 census. Probably she
died young.

1986.William Henry, b ca 1855 in OH; res Des Moines, IA

1987.Charles Brice, b ca 1857 in OH; a drayman; m after 1880 Mary E., b ca 1856 in PA;
res Belle Plaine, IA. Issue: .
Clifford B., b ca 1884.

1988.Nancy, b ca 1859 in OH; m 10 Aug 1878 Jacob Happy in IA, b ca 1856/57 NY; res
Seattle, WA. Issue (in IA): .
—; .
Nellie May, b 16 Sep 1881; .
(male), b 2 Nov 1882.

1989.Rhoda Ann, b ca 1861 in OH; m 14 May 1879 Elver Odell, b ca 1859 in Brooklyn,
IA; clerk in a grocery store. Issue: .
(male), 18 Jun 1880; .
Maud, 23 Dec 1891, m 5 Jan 1903
Charles Cuthbert, b ca 1880, a stockman

1990.Ella Viola, b ca 1863 in OH; m 25 Apr 1883 in IA Edgar Applegate, b ca 1858, a
carpenter; res Seattle, WA.
1991.Samuel Lewis, b ca 1870 in IA, res De Beque, CO.

995. ALMIRA HANER, b 11 Apr 1839, d 20 Feb 1876; m 30 Nov 1856 Henry Handchy, b 22
Nov 1833 in Basel, Switzerland, d 1918, s/o John Handchy & Elizabeth Bousher. He was a
farmer, grocer, township trustee in Wyandot Co., OH; bu Fehl cem. Issue: (HANDCHY)
1992.Rosabelle (Rose, Rosa), b 30 Oct 1857; m 9 Jan 1879 Orlando Fehl.
1993.Joseph A., b ca 1859, d 1893
1994.Charles H., b and d 1862
1995.John F., b ca 1863; m 5 Sep 1889 Lavena H. Holmes
1996.Leroy M., b ca 1865, d 1905

1997.Jessie E., b ca 1868; m 17 Oct 1888 Charles J. Schultz, b 17 Oct 1864; general store
in Morral, OH. Issue: .
Hazel D.; .
Harold C.

1998.Edward

1999.Louis C., b 1873, d 1895, bu Fehl cem., Wyandot Co..

2000.Charles H. (2nd of same name)

1001. EDGAR HANER, b 7 Jan 1832, d 22 Oct 1864 in Libby Prison, Civil War. He m 11 Oct
1854 Mary Ann O’Neal (Mary A. Neal in Wyandot Co. OH marriage records).

+ 2001.Harriet Adelaide, b 5 Aug 1858
1002. ELMINA M. HANER, b 5 Feb 1834, d 28 Jan 1875. Prob b in Chautauqua Co., NY; to
Mifflin Twp, Wyandot Co. OH ca 1839 with parents; bu Salem Ch. Cem. She m 7 Oct 1852
Thomas Hankins, b 1 Jan 1831, d 20 Jun 1875, s/o John Hankins & Mary Young. Issue:
(HANKINS)

2002.Louisa J., b 14 Dec 1856, d 17 Jul 1859.

2003.George Washington, b 24 Feb 1858, m 22 Sep 1878 to — .

2004.Mary Irene, b 12 Apr 1860, d 18 Feb 1862.

2005.Louis Marion, b 18 Jan 1862

2006.William Edgar, b 7 Apr 1864, d 4 Jun 1938 Wyandot Co., OH; m Sarah Ann
Hemmerly, b 15 Apr 1867, d 18 Jul 1909, d/o Conrad Hemmerly & Elizabeth Yeager. They had 8
children in Generation [7]:

[7a].Infant son, b and d in 1888

[7b].Jessie May Hankins, b 2 Dec 1890, d 21 Dec 1966; m 1916

Robert Elmer Wolford, b 19 Dec 1895, d 21 Sep 1942. (3 daughters, grandchildren).

[7c].Elmer Edgar Hankins, b 5 Mar 1893, d 5 Jun 1962; m 1915 Cora Theora

Moore, b 26 Sep 1895, d 23 Jul 1955. (2 sons, grandchildren).

[7d].Erda Marie Hankins, b 1896, d 2 Aug 1898 at 2y 4m.

[7e].Avery Floyd Hankins, b 2 Jun 1901, d 16 Jun 1972; m 1921 Harriet Rowland, b

19 Mar 1903, d 12 Feb 1971. (3 sons, 1 adopted daughter, grandchildren).

[7f].Thelma Hankins, b 30 Apr 1904, d 25 Aug or 25 Sep 1923; m 1921 Albert

Cole, b 15 Oct 1903, d 14 Apr 1970. (1 daughter).

[7g].Russel Raymond Hankins, b 18 Jan 1906, d 27 Sep 1984; m(1) Mable Yauger,

b 26 Apr 1909 (2 daughters, grandchildren)

[7h].Zelda Bernice Hankins, b 1 Mar 1908; m 7 Jan 1928 Luther Van Flowers, b 10

Jan 1905 (2 sons, 1 daughter, grandchildren)

2007.John Franklin, b 18 Nov 1867

1004. MARY CORDELIA HANER, b 10 Jul 1839, d 17 Aug 1903; m 31 Dec 1857 Samuel
Dome, b 5 Jul 1835, d 5 Jan 1907. He was bp in Richland Co., OH, a farmer in Wyandot Co.,
OH. He was part of Co. D 81 Reg OVI 1861-1862. Issue: (DOME)

2008.Minerva Jane, b 21 Dec 1859, d 22 Dec 1916; m 30 Apr 1879 George Frederick
Norris, b 2 Oct 1855, d 13 Jan 1923; both were b and d in Wyandot Co., OH. Six surviving
children in Generation [7], also an infant daughter who died.

[7a].Daisy Irene Norris, b 26 Apr 1883, d 12 Oct 1970; m 27 Jan 1904 George

Frederick Koehler, b 30 Aug 1879, d 12 Apr 1955.

[8a].Clarence William Koehler, b 13 Mar 1905, m 1 Oct 1929 Cleo Swartz, b

24 Nov 1906.Issue: (3 sons, 2 daughters).

[8b].Frieda Viola Koehler, b 5 Dec 1906, m 1 Sep 1934 Dr Ernest W.

Henderson, b 30 Nov 1900, d 2 Nov 1979. Issue: (2 sons, 1 daughter).

[8c].Raymond Frederick Koehler, b 26 Dec 1908, d 6 Jun 2000, m 23 Jun
1940 Mary Elizabeth Finley, b 10 Jan 1908. He was a druggist in Toledo, OH.
Issue: (2 sons).

[8d].son, grandchildren.
[8e].son, grandchildren.
[8f].daughter, grandchildren.

[7b].Fannie Norris, b 1884, d 1972; m Jun 1901 Ephraim Stansberry.
[8a].Lester Avery Stansberry, b 25 Aug 1903, m 29 Jul 1925 Lucile Rangler.
Issue: (2 sons, 1 daughter).
[8b].Frederick Ralph Stansberry, b 3 Mar 1909, d 2 Aug 1978, m 14 Jul 1928
Mabel Roberta Culver, b 10 Jun 1907 (4 sons, 1 daughter)

[7c].Sidney Norris, b 1887, m. Julia Graham
[8a].Avery Norris, d age 18 or 19, unm.
[8b].Emory Norris, m Alice Bear. Issue (1 son, grandchildren).
[8c].Floyd Norris, m Matilda Long (several daughters, perhaps a son).

[7d].Cuba Viola Norris, b 1889, d 1957, m Harley E. Hankins, b 6 Feb 1882, d 2
Aug 1965.
[8a].Darrel Wayne Hankins, b 14 Jan 1909 (d), m Mary Catherine Gibson, b

14 May 1913 (1 son, 1 daughter)
[8b].daughter, grandchildren.
[8c].son, grandchildren.
[8d].daughter (married).

[7e].Clara India Norris, b 16 Jun 1894, d 22 Aug 1970, m 26 Nov 1913 Harry
Rutherford Weaver, b 24 May 1893, d 15 Dec 1973 (2 sons, 1 daughter, grandchildren)
[7f].Ray Leroy Norris, b 9 Dec 1901, d 22 Oct 1974, m 27 Nov 1918 Mabel
Lucinda Clinger (1 son, 1 daughter, grandchildren)

2009.Samuel Henry Dome, b 14 Nov 1861, d 10 Jul 1908, m 24 Dec 1884 Sarah Ann
Hogan, b 24 May 1861, d 2 Apr 1948. He was a farmer in Wyandot Co., OH.
[7a].Earl Henry Dome, b 8 Jun 1887, d 6 Jan 1959, m 13 Nov 1910 Ethel Eva
Trautwein, b 21 Dec 1884, d 30 Jul 1968 (2 daughters, 1 son, grandchildren)
[7b].Charles Sidney Dome, b 28 Mar 1889, d 30 Nov 1947, m 13 Jun 1911 Alta
Jenkins, d 15 Jul 1968 (1 son)
[7c].Virgil Dome, b 13 Dec 1893, m(1) 15 Mar 1915 Edna Meeks (div); m(2) 7 Feb
1941 Estella Layton (2 sons, 1 daughter, grandchildren)
[7d].Imo Dome, b 12 Dec 1897, d 15 Jul 1972, m 8 Nov 1917 Arlo Bash, b 6 Oct
1893, d 23 Nov 1980 (5 sons, grandchildren)
[7e].Nina Edith Dome, b 2 Jul 1900, d 6 Nov 1977, m 23 Dec 1920 Ralph Hiram
Benner, b 5 May 1898, d 19 Dec 1972 (2 daughters, 2 sons, grandchildren)

2010.Cornelius Ellsworth Dome, b 29 Jun 1867, m 10 May 1887 Eliza Jane Stansbery, b
1867, d 1919.
[7a].William H. Dome, b 1887, m Lottie, b 1884, d 1959

2011.Francis Orin Dome, b 15 Dec 1869, d 3 Dec 1938, m 5 May 1896 Mary Adella Van
Orsdall, b 20 Jan 1876, d 2 Mar 1927. Francis was a farmer.
[7a].Ernest Leroy Dome, b 12 Mar 1897, d 5 Feb 1947, m 12 Jun 1933 Golda
Hickman.
[7b].Leo Van Dome, b 2 Nov 1899, d 8 Jan 1951, m 3 Jun 1926 Velma Gertrude
Long (1 daughter, 1 grandchild)
[7c].Howard Arthur Dome, b 5 Feb 1902, d 13 Oct 1982; m 22 Feb 1925 Dorothy
Jane Ross, b 10 Oct 1908 (2 sons, 2 daughters, grandchildren)

2012.Philip Marion Dome, b 24 Jul 1872, d 27 Sep 1938, m 27 Sep 1898 Cora Ellen Vent,
b 10 Feb 1876, d 29 Aug 1952. Marion was a farmer and worked in a pump factory.
[7a].Orva Marie Dome, b 16 Sep 1899, m 5 Mar 1924 John Hubert Burley, b 10 Jul
1901, d 5 Jan 1978 (3 sons, 1 daughter, grandchildren)
[7b].Glen Leroy Dome, b 10 Oct 1902, d 13 Feb 1950, m Frances D. Wilson, b 15
Nov 1907 (5 daughters, 2 sons, grandchildren)
[7c].Agnes May Dome, b 27 Oct 1903, m 25 Dec 1924 Ernest J. Cornish (1
daughter, 1 son, grandchildren)
[7d].Edith Luella Dome, b 23 Oct 1905, m 17 Dec 1927 John Wesley Crist (2 sons,
grandchildren)
[7e].Nellie Irene Dome, b 10 May 1909, m 14 Jun 1930 Frank C. Brewer (div) (2

sons, 2 daughters, grandchildren)

[7f].son, grandchildren.

[7f].son (married).

[7g].daughter, died within 3 days of birth.

1006. WILLIAM BRADFORD HANER, b 17 May 1845; m 6 Feb 1873 Melissa Ann Sanford,
d/o Jeremiah F. Sanford & Rebecca Simerson. He farmed in Mifflin Twp.of Wyandot Co., and in
1879 came to adjacent Jackson Township.

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2013.Lennie
2014.Effie Orvilla, d age 20
2015.Irene, m Conrad McDaniel, Jackson Twp., Wyandot Co., OH.
2016.Iva May, d Nov 1898
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2017.Elmer Franklin (Frank)
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2018.Oddie, b 24 Jul 1887
2019.Walter Earl
2020.Infant d. y.
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2021.Hazel Elizabeth
1009. PHILIP HENRY HANER, b. 27 Mar 1858, d 3 Feb 1918 (death certif. in Kansas City,
KS indicates d of acute pneumonia). Marriage certificate has him as Henry Haner; records in OK
and KS have Philip H. or P.H. Haner. He went to Guthrie OK ca Sep 1889, his aging father
arriving 3 months later. In OK, he was a fireman. The family moved to Kansas City KS in 1908
where he was a policeman. As Henry Haner in Wyandot Co., OH on 11 Sep 1884 he married
Dora Josephine Harris, d/o William Harris.

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2022.Pearl (Perl) Washington, b 18 Feb 1887
2023.Carl William, b 12 Oct 1888, d 1918 in Hoboken, NJ of pneumonia upon returning
as a Lt. from WWI. He was a lawyer in Kansas City, was private sec. to Senator W. H. Thompson
at Washington when U.S.entered the war. He was not married.

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2024.Mable Emro, b 7 Jul 1891
2025.Clarence R., b Sep 1892, in census when age 7; nothing else is known about him.
1012. CATHERINE HAYNER, b 1831 (twin) in Cropseyville, NY; d Halfmoon, NY 14 Apr
1912. According to Burdick genealogy, she and her twin were children of Andrew Hayner
(#472), but we believe they were children of George Hendrick Hayner (#350) and adopted by
Andrew. They were stated by Andrew’s son Jake not to be his “full sisters.” Catherine (Kate)
m(1) George Craver; Issue: (CRAVER)

2026.Fannie (adopted), d/o William Russell & Jane Riley. When the wife of Clarence
Hayner (son of Isaac Burdick Hayner, #1303) became ill in MI, he moved back to Troy, NY;
tradition is that a cousin, Fannie Craver, tried to help care for his young family.

1012. CATHERINE HAYNER, b 1831; m(2) 30 Jun 1861 Isaac H. Benedict; he from
Halfmoon, she from North Greenbush. Marriage recorded in Wynantskill Ref chbk. Not certain
that she was the same Catherine, but was in same church her parents and sister Regina attended.
Issue: (BENEDICT)

2027.George H. (probable)

1012. CATHERINE HAYNER, b 1831; m(3) — Ralmcison (Source: death record of
Catherine Ralmcison in Halfmoon, NY)

1013. CAROLINA HAYNER, b 1831 (twin), m Johnas Snyder (Jonas), had 3 children, among
them: (SNYDER)

2028.Rufus; he was alive in 1932.

1015. LAVINA HAYNER, (Livinnia) b 19 Oct 1836, d 1 Sep 1932; m 25 Jan 1854 George W.
Ketchum, b 1826, d 14 Mar 1881 age 54. Both were b, m, and d in West Sand Lake, NY. Issue:
(KETCHUM)

2029.Sanford, b 1864, d 22 Aug 1944 West Sand Lake; m 6 Sep 1888 Sara Mary De
Freest (De Forest), b 1866. Issue: .
George S.; .
Eugene C.; .
Milton De Freest.

1025. JULIETT HANER, b 2 Nov 1842 West Sand Lake, NY, d there 1941; m John
Thompson, issue in West Sand Lake (THOMPSON)

2030.John S.

1042. LEWIS HANER, b 30 Jul 1826 Rensselaer Co., NY, d 11 Apr 1913 White Pigeon Twp.,
St. Joseph Co., MI. He m 29 Jun 1857 Washtenaw Co., MI to Maria G. Cronk, b 24 Sep 1831
Waterford, NY, d 21 Aug 1903 Sturgis, MI, d/o Ira Cronk & Catherine Hartsuff (Hooscott).

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2031.Charles L., b 8 Oct 1861
2032.George G. (H.?), b 4 Aug 1863, Augusta, MI, d Jul 1946 Sturgis, MI. He was a
railroad engineer on the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern; m a widow Wallace who had one son.

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2033.Adelade Carrie, b 16 Jul 1865
2034.William W., b 24 May 1867 Washtenaw Co., MI, d Dec 1948 Sturgis, MI; m 22 Apr
1903 Sturgis MI Elizabeth Brown (“Libby”). Factory supervisor in Chicago, then after retirement
was a barber in Sturgis, MI.

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2035.Jennie Mae, b 16 Aug 1869
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2036.Harry H., b 14 Nov 1872
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2037.Effie M., b 2 Jun 1876
1043. ALBERT HANER, b 12 Oct 1829 or 1830 Onondaga Co., NY, d 22 Sep 1909 Milan, MI.;

m 1863 Mary D. Simmons, b 1840, d 1925.

2038.Arthur E.

2039.Durfee S.

2040.Lorenda, b 1871, d 1949; m(1) Wardle (?); m(2) Pennock (?)

1050. PHILIP SHERIDAN HANER, b 28 May 1867 Augusta Twp, Washtenaw Co., MI, d 29
Dec 1926 Bellingham, WA. He m at Wickersham, WA ca Jul 1900 Daisy Estelle Banks, b 20
Mar 1882 Windom, Bingham Lake, MN, d 9 Jan 1975 Bellingham, WA.

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2041.Victor Cecil, b 10 Jan 1901
+
2042.Norman Winfield, b 8 Aug 1902
2043.Dorothy, b 19 Mar 1906, d 4 May 1909.
+
2044.son

+
2045.son
1051. MARY CASSANDRA HANER (May), b Jul 1869 in MI, was in Wickersham, WA in Dec
1926. She m Frederick Bennett at age 14 (to flee her stepfather); family removed from Chelsea,
Washtenaw Co., MI to Wickersham, WA, d in 1904. She was postmistress and delivered the mail
in her old Ford in the Wickersham area. Issue: (BENNETT)

2046.Edith Leone, b Apr 1884, d Bellingham, WA; m(1) Parks; Issue: .
Eleanor (m —
Perry; div), .
Nina; m(2) — Evans; m(3) William Merton Ketchum, brother of Lydia Mae
Ketchum). Issue: .
Gerald Lyle, b 5 Dec 1908, d 22 Aug 1992 Plano TX; m Louise Stephens. He
was a career officer in the U.S. Navy, served both at Greenland and in Antarctica commanding
an ice-breaker; retired 1959 with rank of Rear Admiral. (1 daughter).

2047.Earl William, b Jun 1886,d Sedro Woolley, WA. He m Lydia Mae Ketchum. b 3 Jan
1886 WI, d 1 May 1944 WA (sister of William Merton Ketchum). Issue: (5 daughters, 1 son,
grandchildren).

2048.Clayton Glen, b 5 Mar 1888 Chelsea MI, d 10 Oct 1909; m Lydia Mae Ketchum, b 3
Jan 1886 WI, d 1 May 1944; she later married Clayton’s brother Earl. Issue: .
Arnold Glenn, b
30 Nov 1907, d 21 Jul 1981 Eureka CA (a logger, drowned in boating accident), m 31 May 1935
Marguerite Mary Holtcamp b 1 Jul 1915, d 2 Feb 1982 (1 daughter); .
Donald Clayton, b 15 Sep
1909 WA, d 3 Aug 1872 Sedro Woolley WA; m(1) Elva Ann Greene, b 27 Sep 1913 VA (1 son,
1 daughter); m(2) 10 Jun 1960 Alice Juliaette Brinkerhof, b 27 Jan 1910, d 6 Jan 1968.

2049.Frederick, b Mar 1890

2050.Phyllis, b 1893 Chelsea MI, m Dewey Hull, b ca 1891. Issue: (2 sons,
grandchildren).

1053. LEONARD HANER, b 8 Jan 1827, bp 25 Feb 1827 Martindale, NY, d 1914, bu
Churchtown, NY. He was a blacksmith; m 1851 Susan Elisabeth Rossman, b 1829, d 1917.

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2052.William R., b Mar 1846
2053.Augustus, b ca 1852
2054.John Franklin, b ca 1854
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2055.Mary, b ca 1856
2056.Sanford, b 1859, d 1934; unm., bu Churchtown cem.
Note: Frank Haner, d 19 Jun 1881 age 2 yr 6 mo was bu in Churchtown cem with Leonard, Susan
and Sanford. Probable child of William, Augustus, or John Franklin.

1055. PHILIP MARTIN HANER, b 3 Jul 1834, bp 9 Nov 1834; prob d between 1875 and the
1880 census. He m 7 Dec 1858 in Mellenville, NY Susanna Morton, b ca 1839. The 1850
census of Livingston shows Thomas Morton age 67, b in Eng., Sarah age 39, b in Eng., Susanna
age 11 b NY. Philip is listed in 1860 census of Ghent, NY age 24, wife Susan, age 20, in house
next to that of his parents Henry and Catherine. The children shown below are from censuses of
1870 (Ghent) and 1880 (Claverack).

2056a.Sarah, b ca 1861, m Frank Traver, b ca 1871,both working in a cotton mill.

2056b.Etta, b ca 1865, working in cotton mll

2056c.Charles, b ca 1868, probably died between the 1870 and 1880 censuses.

2056d.Clara, b ca 1871

2056e.Henry. b ca 1873

2056f.Minnie, b ca 1875

1056. JEREMIAH HANER, b ca 1838 (age 22 in 1860 census of Ghent, NY); d 1907, m ca
1861 Eugenia Hotaling., d/o Thomas Houghtaling & Serena Coons; b Aug 1847 Columbia Co.
NY, d 1930. Both bu Evergreen cem North Greenbush, NY. They had 12 ch, 6 were living in
1900 (Lansingburgh 1900 census) All appear to be born in Columbia Co. NY.

2057.George, b 11 Feb 1863

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2058.Ida May b ca 1864
2059.Cora, b ca 1868
2059a.Tille, b ca 1870
2059b.Lottie, b 1872
2059c.Mabel, b ca 1875
2059d.Blanche, b May 1880
2059e.Guy, b Dec 1882
2059f.Hazel, b Jun 1887
2059g.Eugenia
2059h.(Unknown)
2059i.(Unknown)
1057. MICHAEL CORNELIUS HANER, b ca 1840 (given as Michael C. Haner age 20 in 1860
census of Ghent, NY), m 10 Mar 1865 Josephine Davis, b 17 Aug 1842 Mellenville, NY, d 8
Sep 1891, bu Mellenville cem, d/o Thomas & Mary Ann Davis. For some reason, he is named as
Cornilius M. Haner in his marriage record at Mellenville, NY (9 miles from Ghent). He was
known as “Mick” to his descendants. This line has a tradition of an early forebear, Katrina
Haner, who lived to be 102 years old; this coincides with the tradition about Catherina Monsieur,
wife of the immigrant Johannes Häner. “Mick” Haner was known to be alive in about 1892 when
he visited his motherless daughter in Columbia County, then about age 10. It has been stated by a
family connection that he died about 1920 in Wethersfield, CT and is buried in nearby Hartford,
CT, but the grave has not been found. There is a tradition of a connection of some sort with the
Wing family of Glens Falls, NY.

2060.Ada, b 9 Feb 1866, d 15 Jun 1956; m(1) James Lamphear; m(2) Milton Sawyer. Ada
brought up her much younger sister Nellie.

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2061.Frederick Cornelius, b 1871 (twin)
+
2062.Charles, b 1871 (twin)
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2063.Nellie L., b 1882
1060. ALBERT ENOCH HANER, b 25 Aug 1840, bp 23 May 1841 Zion Luth (West Sand
Lake, NY), d after 1900, prob in MI. He m betw 1860 and 1864 Zelda E. Bronson, b 1845 in
NY, d/o Asa R. & Frances Bronson, a miller.

2064.Allen, b ca 1865, was in the household in 1865 but seems to have died young.

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2065.Mittie E., b NY 1868
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2066.Coral A., b MI 1872.
1061. JOHN PETER HANER, b 2 May 1842 in NY, d 30 Aug 1904. He m Fidelia King, b 22
Dec 1839 Manchester NY, d 10 Dec 1874, d/o Harvey King & Amanda Melvina Nelson. They
res Manchester, Ontario Co NY. According to a 1953 letter written by Mittie Haner (#2065) John
had no (living) descendants named Haner. Possibly same as the UB line.

2067.Minnie Amanda, b 24 Mar 1864, Manchester, New York

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2068.Marvin John, b 10 Oct 1865, Manchester, New York
2069.Phebe Estella, b March 1868, Manchester, New York; m. Luman Lewis Smith.
2070.Marion Eugene, b 12 Sep 1869, Manchester, New York; m. Ida —, b. 1879 NY,
widow of George Wiggins (had daughter Alice A. by 1st husband)
2071.Albert Pliny, b 19 Jan 1871, Manchester, New York; m. Genevieve Temple Porter;
probably no issue.

1062. HARRIET C. HANER, b 1843 in NY, d 2 Mar 1923 Hillsdale, MI; m(1) ca 1864 George

F. Allen, desc. of Ethan Allen. Issue, all b MI: (ALLEN)
2072.Alzina, b 1865, d aft 1910; m Francis H. Comar, b 1859, NY, d aft 1910. Issue, all b
MI: .
George F., b Apr 1884; .
Allen, b Aug 1880 iFrederick C., b Jun 1892; .
Roy, b Jul 1894;
iWheaton C., b Sep 1897; .
Lillian A, b 1901, unm, was archivist and historian at Hillsdale
College; .
Martin, b 1903; .
Frances, b 1904; .
daughter.

1062. HARRIET C. HANER, b 1843; m(2) — Webb, no issue; m(3) — Monroe, no issue; div.

1064. GEORGE HENRY HANER, b 10 Jul 1847 Sand Lake, NY; m Amy Leila Way, b MI
1854, d after 1933, d/o William Way and Orrelia Ferguson. He had a general store in Pittsford,
MI.

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2073.Mabel Adelpha, b 5 Apr 1879
1065. CHARLOTTE ANN HANER, (Lottie) b 18 Apr 1849 NY, d 1919 OK; m 18 Apr 1879
Sylvester Petyt, b 1842, d 2 Jul 1924 Enid OK, s/o William Petyt of royal descent, Yorkshire
England. Married in Hillsdale, MI, went to KS 1880, to OK in 1893 at the opening of the
Cherokee Strip; farmed there until 1908, moved to Hillsdale, OK 1898. Issue: (PETYT)

2074.Effie, b MI 1879; m 26 Oct 1898 Charles A. Hayes. Issue: .
Everett Sylvester, b 4
Nov 1899, d 7 Sep 1970, m Edna Smith; res Hillsdale OK (1 son, 1 daughter); .
Ralph Noble,
b 8 Aug 1901, d 23 Apr 1955, m Mary Myers (1 daughter); .
Lowell, b 4 Feb 1905, d 21 Dec
1954, m Leota Kuehl (1 son, 1 daughter); .
daughter, died young; .
son, grandson.

2075.Unnamed son, b after 1878, d before June 1880.

2076.Pearl, b 2 Oct 1881 Kingman, KS, m 19 Feb 1908 Charles Collins. Issue: .
(1
daughter, 1 son, grandchild).

2077.Veretta (Vera), b 28 Feb 1890 Kingman KS, d 23 Apr 1955.She m(1) Walter
Harned, who was “in the rodeo business” (div). Issue: (1 son). Vera m(2) Mar 1917 Walter
John Messenger, b 11 Aug 1886 in Salk Co. WI, d 9 Jul 1962 issue: (1 son, grandchildren).

1066 LORENZO S. HANER, b NY 1855, drowned 3 Jul 1879 in Jefferson Twp, Hillsdale Co.,
MI. He m 24 Nov 1876 Anna Gilbert, b MI 1854, d 13 Feb 1878 Hillsdale Co., MI, d/o Stephen

L. Gilbert & Julia Willard
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2078.Charles Lorenzo, b 25 Oct 1877
1068. JOHN HENRY HANER, b 24 Oct 1836 (Bible); or, b 15 Mar 1837, bp 17 Apr 1837 as
s/o Martin Haner & Maria (Zion Ev. Luth Chbk, West Sand Lake, NY). He d 1905. He and wife
both bu Log Meeting House, North Schodack. He m Mary Christina, b 1832, d 1886. Note: the
Bible records began to use Hayner after about 1860.

2079.Catharine Mariah, b 11 May 1862, d 31 Oct 1863.

2080.Vina Eveline, b 7 Oct 1864 (twin), d 1905, unm.

2081.Vira Emeline, b 7 Oct 1864 (twin), d 9 Jul 1928.

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2082.Emma Retta, b 26 Sep 1868
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2083.Delmer, b 22 Jul 1870
1069. HIRAM DELMER HANER, b 10 Feb 1839, d 1915; m Poestenkill, NY 15 May 1867
Martha Jane Barringer, b 14 Sept 1847, d 1909, d/o John I. Barringer & Sarah Castle; John I.
Barringer was a Haner descendant, s/o Johannes Barringer (#357) and Rachel Bloomingdale.

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2084.Adella, b 6 Feb 1868
2085.Evva, b 9 May 1871, d 19 Jan 1880.
1076. JOHN FREEMAN HANER, b 12 Jul 1824, d 11 Apr 1904; m(1) 12 Oct 1847 Eleanor

van der Burgh, b 15 Feb 1829, d 1899 (g-s). Both were born and died in West Sand Lake, NY.
2086.Lavinia E., b 1 Nov 1849, d 16 Nov 1849.
2087.Janet, b 10 Sep 1850, d 16 Aug 1851.
2088.Addison J., b 18 Jul 1852, d 19 Jan 1907.
2089.Ida A., b 10 Feb 1857, d 8 Nov 1896.
2090.Flora Ann, b 1860
2091.Minnie May, b 23 Sep 1866

1076. JOHN FREEMAN HANER, b 12 Jul 1824; m(2) Esther Fellows.

1077. GEORGE STEPHEN HANER, b 7 Feb 1831, d 5 Oct 1895; m 20 Jan 1853 Phoebe
Rebecca Bedell, b 30 Dec 1834, d 27 Nov 1872; both were b and d in West Sand Lake, NY.
Issue in Poestenkill, NY.

+
2092.Justus D., b 30 Jul 1854
2093.Frances, b 24 Sep 1856, d 27 Nov 1927 in West Sand Lake, NY; m Frank
Barnfather.
2094.Ellen B., b 10 Aug 1858, d 30 Sep 1853.

+
2095.Philip George, b 13 Oct 1860

+
2096.Charles Talmage, b 16 Mar 1863
2097.George P., b 21 Jan 1865, d 3 Nov 1865.
2098.Laura, b 20 Sep 1866
2099.Esther R., b 11 Jun 1870, d 19 Aug 1876.

1079. MARTIN LUTHER HANER, b 23 Aug 1824, d 1899; m(1) 20 Mar 1845 Matilda Moul,
b 23 Aug 1822, d 13 Aug 1849. Martin and all of his wives were b, m, and d in West Sand Lake,
NY.

1079.MARTIN LUTHER HANER, b 23 Aug 1824; m(2) 11 Oct 1851 Mary Hudson, b 14
Aug 1831, d 1869.
2100.Carolina, b 25 Feb 1855, d 26 Jan 1873
2101.Sanford C., b 31 May 1857, d 14 Jul 1945

+
2102.Norman L., b 2 Feb 1861
2103.Emily Ross, b 7 May 1863, d 2 Jun 1929

1079. MARTIN LUTHER HANER, b 23 Aug 1824; m(3) Harriett Hess, b 17 Aug 1842, d 30
Sep 1920.

+
2104.Lillian Smith, b 26 Nov 1871
2105.Frederick, b 12 Sep 1873, d 9 Mar 1879

1080. ESIAS HANER (Hayner), b 2 May 1826, d 3 Nov 1890; m(1) Anna Maria Johnson,b1
May 1830, d 20 Mar 1852. Issue in West Sand Lake:

+ 2106.Anna, d Feb 1933. The 1855 census of Sand Lake has Anna M. Hayner, age 3, b
Rensselaer County, granddaughter of Geremiah G. [Jeremiah] and Lany [Magdalena].

+
2107.Edgar, b 1850

1080. ESIAS HANER, (Hayner), b 2 May 1826, m(2) Martha Almira Warner, b 1826 West
Sand Lake, NY, d there 29 Jan 1857.

1080.ESIAS HANER (Hayner), b 2 May 1826, m(3) Helen Moul, b 1828 West Sand Lake, d
there 1903.

1083. CAROLINE S. HANER, b 14 Aug 1833, d Aug 8 1899 (perhaps 1889); she m 1 Jan 1852
Adam H. Moul, b 1829, d 2 Apr 1889; both b and d in West Sand Lake, NY, where they had
issue: (MOUL)

2108.Arthur Haner Moul, b 7 Feb 1859, d 8 Apr 1932 Greenville, IL; m(1) 20 Dec 1877
Elva Green (div); a dau Carrie Bell d.y. He m(2) 1889 Alice Melissa Allendorph, b 14 Mar 1856
Troy, NY, d 25 Jun 1930. Issue, 2 ch in Generation [7]:

[7a].Walter Haner Moul, b 13 Jun 1890 NY, d 25 Oct 1955 Comstock Park, MI; m

25 Dec 1915 Harriet M. Bruggema, b 13 May 1894, d 24 Feb 1974. (5 daughters, 2 sons,

grandchildren).

[7b].Ethel Moul, b 23 Jul 1893; musician; m Laurel Elam, a lawyer; Issue: (1
daughter).

6th GENERATION IN AMERICA

1095. HARRIET MARIA HANER, b 8 Aug 1837 Detroit MI, d 24 Aug 1923 Racine MN. She
m 22 Feb 1857 George W. Brooks in MI; was in 1905 census of Racine MN. Issue: (BROOKS)

2109.Nela Elizabeth, b 8 Dec 1867 Lansing MI, d 10 Sep 1945, bu in Sumner Twp,
Fillmore Cty, MN. She m William Abram Wilson; issue: .
Mina Bell, b 29 Jul 1888 Fillmore
MN, d 2 Dec 1970; m Henry Jahns (2 sons, 2 daughters); .
Elmer Lloyd, b 6 Oct 1889, d 19 Nov
1938; m Inez — (4 sons, 3 daughters); .
Estelle Yolanda,b 14 Jan 1892, d 25 May 1970; m
George Moon (1 son, 1 daughter); .
William, b Sep 1893, d 20 Oct 1893; .
George William, b 3
Apr 1899, d 21 Oct 1918 [d in France in WWII; his headstone says AEF 1898-1918]; .
Harry
Milton, b 20 Jun 1903, d 17 Aug 1959; .
Theodore Jennings, b 6 Jul 1908.

1096. MARY LOUISA HANER, b 22 Sep 1839 Detroit MI, d 18 Oct 1872 Tyrone, Livingston
Co. MI, bu Milford, MI. She m 4 Oct 1865 Robert F. Potts, b 20 Sep 1839 , d 19 May 1918, b
and d Milford MI.Issue: (POTTS)

2110.Herbert C., b Aug 1865 Tyrone MI, d 16 May 1934.
Robert Potts married two more times after Mary Louise’s death and had another child.

1098. FRANCES ADELINE HANER, b 31 Oct 1842 Walled Lake MI, d 30 Apr 1910 Sonoma
CA; m 3 Jan 1871 Benjamin Franklin Camp, b 31 Jul 1842 Dundas, Ont., d 19 Mar 1925
Riverside CA. Issue: (CAMP)

2111.Roy Estey, b 9 Nov 1871 Clayton IA, m Mary F. Briggs, b ca 1873.

2112.Edith Haner, b 12 or 14 Oct 1872 Minneapolis MN, d 14 May 1951 Stewartsville
MN; m Arthur Graham Wilson, b 25 Jun 1871, d 4 Dec 1946 Stewartsville MN. Issue: .
Arthur
Roy, b 6 Aug 1898 Racine MN, d 30 Dec 1980 prob Napa CA; m(1) Mary Thatcher Blanchard (1
daughter, 1 son) m(2) Beatrice Viola Hartwell; .
Edythe Carol, b 14 Sep 1900 Racine, MN; m
Thomas Leo Fitzgerald (1 son, 1 daughter); .
R Jay, b 5 Jun 1902 in Page, ND, d 19 Jun 1975
Boulder CO; a Methodist minister, m Grace Charlotte Phillips (2 daughters [1 adopted], 1
adopted son); .
Alford Graham, b 7 Jun 1906 Barnes Co. ND, d 18 Feb 1996 Austin MN; m(1)
Dorothy Mae Robinson (2 sons, 1 daughter); m(2) Donna Wilhemina Van Sickle; .
Francis
Elizabeth, b 12 Apr 1908 nr Page, ND, d 17 Aug 1975 Wabaunsee Co, KS; m(1) Floyd Ellsworth
Doty (div) (1 son); m(2) George William Warren (2 sons).

2113.Flora May, b 1 Jun 1874 Minneapolis MN, m 3 Oct 1895 Oliver Eugene Harper, d
23 Jun 1910 Pendleton OR; issue .
Olive May, b 14 Aug 1896 San Jacinto CA; .
Lilah Ruth, b 1
Mar 1909 Pendleton OR.

2114.Maude, b 9 or 12 Sep 1877 Minneapolis MN, d 22 Sep 1877.

1122e.GEORGE ADAM HAYNER/HAYNOR, b ca 1853 NY; m Calista Hayner/Haynor, his
first cousin (1122d).
2114a.Irving W., b Apr 1873 NY, d 1950 NY; m Elizabeth Houghton, b 1875 NY, d

1944 NY. No ch.
2114b.Ezra M., b ca 1876 NY; m Isolda Wade, b ca 1883 NY. No ch.
2114c.Calista, b Nov 1880 NY

1128. LEVI JAMES HEINER, b 28 Dec 1824, bp 24 Jul 1825 (Gil Luth); d 21 Jan 1913. He m
Priscilla McNeil, b 26 Jun 1834, d 18 Feb 1918. His children used the HANER spelling.

+
2115.Addison, b 1853, d 1905
+
2116.Delray, b May 1852
2117.Lois E., b 1856, d 1931; m — Spicer
+
2118.James Irving, b 27 Dec 1866
1129. MARGARET HANER, b 7 Jan 1830, d 11 Mar 1915. She m Oliver Sanford, b 4 May
1832, d 23 Nov 1894
2119.Lewis (married, a daughter Gwendolyn was in Owego NY).

1131. ALMIRA HANER, b 1832; m(1) 19 Feb 1853 Hiram Densmore in Owego, Tioga Co.

NY. Issue: (DENSMORE) Some Densmores may still be in Waverly NY(per Beulah Angel)
2120.George
2121.Ada
2122.Etta

1133. MARY HANER, b 12 Dec 1836, d 4 Mar 1912; m 4 Jul 1855 in Owego, Tioga Cty NY

Joseph Densmore. Issue: (DENSMORE)
2123.Ettie; m Walter Stonemetze
2124.Fred, d ca Apr 1943; m Emma Conklin
2125.Kathryne, m Charles Clark
2126.William E., b ca 1862, d ca Apr 1945; m 13 Feb 1887 Ida Stout
2127.George E., b 13 Aug 1866, d 2 Nov 1951; m 13 Feb 1887 Eva L. Martin.
2128.Burt J., b ca 1873

1135. EMMA HANER, b ca 1845; m(1) Hiram Densmore. Issue: (DENSMORE)
2129.Lettie
2130.Archie

1136. MARSHALL FRINK HANER, b 28 Mar 1848, d 5 Aug 1920; m 24 Dec 1864 in Owego
NY Henrietta Springer, b 26 Jan 1849, d 21 Jun 1914.

+
2131.Mary (“Matie”), b 17 Jan 1871
+
2132.George Fay, b 3 Jan 1873
+
2133.Lillian Mae, b 31 Dec 1874
+
2134.Effa Violet, b 30 Jan 1877
2135.Clayton, b 11 Sep 1878, d 4 Oct 1945; m Margaret Lewis, d 6 May 1936.
+
2136.Roy Benjamin, b 8 May 1889, d 3 Jul 1964
1148. WILLIAM HENRY HAYNER, b Dec 1869, NY, res. Schenectady, NY, a machinist for
General Electric; m ca 1902 Honora E. —, b ca 1876, NY.
2137.Catherine H. V., b ca 1903, NY; m (1); 2 ch d.inf; m(2) Charles Marchand; no ch.

She res Saranac Lake, NY with her niece Kit.
2138.William P., b ca 1908?, NY; no ch.

+
2139.daughter
2140.son.
1143. PETER HAYNER, b 1858, d 1934; m Catherine O’Brien (Kate), b County Cavan,
Ireland 1861, d 1931. Peter was in 1865 census of Chautauqua Co., NY. According to a
granddaughter, William P. had 3 sisters and 4 brothers. We know only of the 2 brothers of
William listed here.

+
2141.Maggie
+
2142.Peter
2143.Lewis; m Louise — ; he had 2 sons in Detroit area, 9 grandsons.
+
2144.William Patrick, b 14 Apr 1884
+
2145.Marion (Ida Mae), b 4 Nov 1887
2146.Helen, b 1881, d 1899; no ch
1149. DORA HAYNER, (Honora); m Patrick O’Brien (brother of Catherine O’Brien who m
Dora’s brother Peter Hayner). Issue: (O’BRIEN)

2147.(dau) m — Roen; their son Tom was adopted by his uncle Peter Hayner (#1146).

1150. CLARA HAYNER, b ca 1850, age 10 1860 census; m William Kinyon. They lived in
Mina, NY and later moved to Ripley, NY. Issue: (KINYON)

2148.Gearld; m Maude Loomis. Issue: .
Vera, m — Edwards; .
Arlouine; After Gearld
died, Maude married Gearld’s brother Clarence after he returned from World War I and had
issue.

2149.Milton; he m late in life, no ch.

2150.Clarence; m Maude Loomis (see above). Issue: (2 daughters, 1 son, grandchild).

2151.Earl, m Nellie; ch Irene and Robert Earl were living 1988.

2152.Blanche, m Ed Swanson (1 daughter)

2153.Mildred, m Ray Haskel, no ch.

2154.Hildegarde, m Walter Loucks, 6 ch scattered throughout the U.S.

1151. WILLIAM HARRISON HAYNER, b May 1856 (acc 1900 census for Ripley, NY);
Family record has him b 11 May 1865, probably a transposition of his birth year. He was b and d
in Mina, NY; m ca 1880 Julia Clinton, b Aug 1853; issue in Mina, NY:

+
2155.Orpha M., b Jul 1881, NY
+
2156.Harrison C. (Harry), b Dec 1885, NY
1154. JOSEPHINE HAYNER, (Josie, Leslie), b ca 1859, age 15 months in 1860 census. She m
Lafayette (?) Knowles. Issue: (KNOWLES)

2157.Alexander; issue: .
Robert A.; m Lois Diffenbacher (3 sons); .
Jean.

1155. EDMUND C. HAYNER, (Ned), b ca 1862, d 17 Feb 1931 age 67 (doesn’t check); bu
North East, PA, near Carrie May and near Julia A. Daniels (mother in law?) b 1847, d 1931 age
84 and near Ralph, presumed to be his known son. He m Carrie May — , b 1861, d 18 Jun 1937
age 76.

2158.Ralph, b 1895, d 6 Jan 1958 age 63; (only son of Ned Hayner); res Erie, PA, bu
North East, PA.

1156. FRANK A. HAYNER, b 1868 Mina, NY, d 1941 Dayton, OH; bu Mina, NY. He m(1)
Edith A., b 1871, d 1924; issue in Dayton, OH:

2159.Max D., b 1894, d 1901
2160.C. Marion, b 1903, d 1920

1156. FRANK A. HAYNER, b 1868; m(2) Jenny Worster in Feb 1931 at North East, PA.

1158. ELIZA JANE HAYNER, b 1860 Mina, NY, m Lorenzo Dain. Issue: (DAIN)

2161.Louisa, b 18 Aug 1882; m(1) George W. Wright, d 3 Mar 1916; (1 daughter). Louisa
m(2) 25 Apr 1934 Arthur O’Neil.

2162.Lamont, b 4 Jun or Jan 1892; unm as of 1960.

1159. EDGAR MONTGOMERY HAYNER, b 1861, d 1940, m 11 Oct 1882 Elizabeth Fuller
(“Lizzie”), b 1858, d 1928, d/o Daniel Fuller & Mary Linden. Her mother was a Senderling
descendant.

+
2163.Herman Daniel, b 2 May 1885
+
2164.Jessie May, b 18 Jan 1887
+
2165.Mary Jane, b 26 Apr 1890
2166.Morris Philip, b 24 Jun 1899 South Ripley, NY, d there 11 Jun 1973; m 1 Jan 1933
Harriett Hunt, no ch.

1160. CYRUS GEORGE HAYNER, b 29 Mar 1834 NY, d 5 Sep 1912 Flint, MI; m 11 Apr
1863 Cynthia Lane, b 1846. He had a grocery store in Fowlerville, Livingston Co. MI which he
sold in 1882; was postmaster, Methodist preacher at Ashley, MI; Sgt 9th Infantry Co. K, Civil
War.

+
2167.Lucy D., b ca 1866
2168.Homer J., b 3 Dec 1873, d 18 Apr 1876.
2169.Nellie C., b 28 Feb 1877, d 20 Sep 1877 @ 0-6-21
2170.Elias C., b 1879, d.y., killed by trolley car in Detroit where family then resided.
1162. ELSIE JANE HAYNER, b 15 Jun 1840 Farmington, MI, d 31 Mar 1899 Livingston Co.,
MI. She m(1) — Smith; he d, no issue. She m(2) at Cohoctah, Livingston Co., MI 14 Dec 1869
Charles B. Chase, b 8 Dec 1869, d 16 Jan 1903, s/o William Chase & Hanna Wardwell. Issue at
Livingston Co., MI: (CHASE)

2171.Arthur Myron, b 13 Nov 1870, d 14 Apr 1939; m 22 Apr 1891 Euphamie J. Cheney,
b 1874, d 1968. Issue: .
Arthur “Bird”, b 30 Jul 1893, m Floy Ann Tuttle (1 son, 3 daughters). .
L.B., b 18 Nov 1895, d 28 Sep 1948, m 1920 Vera Belle Rosser (4 sons, 3 daughters). .
Hazel
Mae, b 28 Aug 1898, m 1919 Joseph W. Rosser (2 daughters, 1 son). .
Etta Irene, b 13 Dec
1907, d 26 Jun 1923.

2172.Charles Irving, b 15 Feb 1873, d 26 Oct 1957; m(1) 27 Jun 1893 Mary Orena
Knapp, b 26 Mar 1876, d 25 Aug 1928. Issue: .
Grace May, b 14 Sep 1894, m 1912 William R.
Wakefield (1 daughter). .
Minnie Pearl, b 18 Nov 1896, m 1920 John Jacob Grof (3 sons).
......Charles m(2) Carrie Mae (Loree) Nelson (a widow), b 1888.

2173.Celia May, b 26 Jun 1875, d 23 Apr 1960; m 8 Aug 1893 John H. Curtis, b 26 Jan
1873, d 19 Jul 1927. Issue: .
James, b 26 Mar 1895, d Jun 1894; .
John Wesley, b 26 Mar
1895, d 21 Sep 1955, m Gladys M. Moor, b 2 Oct 1896, d 21 Sep 1955 (3 sons); .
Royal, b 22
Aug 1897, d 10 Sep 1897; .
Myrtle, b 1899, d age 8 mo.; .
Mildred P., b 18 Nov 1900, m 1921
Walter A. May (3 daughters); .
Sherman Luther, b 2 Mar 1904, d 28 Feb 1953, m 1922
Marguerite Halstead (2 sons, 1 daughter).

2174.Elmer J., b 18 Aug 1877, d 30 Oct 1881.

2175.Cora Belle, b 17 Dec 1882, d 3 Nov 1964; m 13 Dec 1905 Hartley V. Sober, b 1861,
d 1959. Issue: .
Wayne, b 1907, m Marion Kuehn, b 1909; (3 sons).

2176.Anson W., d 25 May 1912 Aurora, IL.

1163. ANDREW JACKSON HAYNER, b 2 Feb 1842 Erie Co., NY, d 19 Mar 1919 Conway
Twp, Livingston Co., MI. He m 6 Jan 1867 Harriet Mae Stage, b 30 Dec 1841 Newstead, Erie
Co., NY, d 5 Sep 1916 Conway Twp., Livingston Co., MI, d/o Nathan Stage & Lydia Smith; she
taught school. He was a farmer, helped others with legal work. His nickname “Jen” was short for
General Jackson.

+ 2177.William Elmer, b 20 Apr 1868
+ 2178.Florence Ilda, b 23 Feb 1879
1164. CONRAD CROPSEY HAYNER (“Coon”), b 7 Aug 1844 Cohoctah, Livingston Co., MI,
d 2 Sep 1888 Fowlerville, Livingston Co., MI; m 2 Jul 1870 Caroline A. Albright, b Hartland
Center, MI 8 Jul 1850, d 2 May 1928, d/o Edward Albright & Anna Hoag. He was Pvt. in 6th
Cavalry; Village Marshall; held many township offices.

+ 2179.Cyrus Bird Hayner (“Bud”), b 8 Apr 1877
+ 2180.Imalu M. (“Ima”), b 21 Feb 1885
1166. MARY ELIZABETH HAYNER, b 27 Feb 1847 Cohoctah, MI, d 8 Aug 1890 Handy,
Livingston Co., MI; m 10 Oct 1864 George Arthur Warner, b 7 Mar 1842, d 8 Feb 1920
Corunna, Shiawasse Co., MI; s/o Ira Warner & Laura Foster. Issue: (WARNER)

2181.Eugene R., b 30 Oct 1872, d 19 May 1957; m 25 Dec 1897 Jennie B. Vincent, b 4
Aug 1877, d Aug 1955. He was a cabinet maker and silent movie theater operator in Belding, MI.
Issue (another child d at birth): .
Ilah G., m Asher Rauch; .
Floyd E.; .
son, grandchildren.

2182.Ira Burton, b 4 Sep 1874, d 6 Apr 1952 Byron MI; m(1) Julia A. Madden, b 1879, d
Dec 1936 at Pasadena, CA. Issue: .
Burton m Louella — , .
Irvin; .
Milton; .
Kensel ..... . Ira

B. Warner m(2) at age 76 Lottie Valentine, age 73.
2183.Nettie Irene, b 9 Jun 1879, d 28 May 1960; m Jesse James Hendryx, b 7 Oct 1873, d
8 Sep 1956. Issue: .
La Vern Jesse, b 29 Dec 1901, m 1925 Leonore Cook (2 daughters, 1
stillborn child); .
Irene Odell, b 31 Oct 1903 (twin), d 11 Sep 1974; m 1928 Forrest Elery Pierce
(1 daughter) .
Morine La Belle, b 31 Oct 1903 (twin), d 30 Dec 1928, m Roy Harry Heil, (1 son,
1 daughter).

2184.Bessie Laura, b 11 Sep 1880, d 13 Sep 1930; m 16 Nov 1898 Joseph Edward
Keddle, b 27 Oct 1875, d 25 Nov 1972. Issue: .
Bernice Louella, b 17 Jan 1904, m 1925 Harold
Harris Barton; .
son, grandchildren; .
daughter, died young.

2185.George Arthur, Jr., b 2 Jan 1884, d 28 Oct 1972; m 4 Jun 1912 Nina May Dutcher, b
19 Oct 1889. Issue: (1 son, 1 daughter, grandchildren).

1167. LORINDA ELZORA HAYNER, b 22 Jul 1848 Cohoctah, Livingston Co., MI, d 2 Jun
1921; m 3 Jul 1866 Henry William Kelley (or Kelly), b 1846, d 19 Dec 1915. Issue: (KELLEY)

2186.Charles Andrew, b 4 Jul 1867, d 22 Jul 1934; m 21 Jul 1889 Alice Elva
Cunningham, b 14 Oct 1867, d 23 Mar 1933. Issue: .
Howard, b 26 Jun 1890, d at birth; .
William Henry, b 24 May 1891, d 10 May 1963, m Ruth L. Killenger; .
Ina, b 5 Sep 1892, d 18
Mar 1896; .
Jennie Elzora, b 27 Jan 1894, d 21 Nov 1979; m 1913 Alva Copeman (2 daughters, 2
sons). .
Bessie M., b 12 Apr 1896, d 18 Apr 1898; .
Hazel Blanche, b 19 Oct 1899, m 1920 John

L. Vaughn, b 9 Sep 1893 (5 sons, 2 daughters); .
Clarence Leo, b 24 Nov 1901, d 10 May 1979,
m 1923 Jennie Viola Reed, b 29 Jun 1902 (5 sons, 4 daughters, 1 of whom died young); .
Ralph
Lavern, b 22 Jan 1902 or 1903, m(1) Iva Cullimore (div) (1 son, 1 daughter). Ralph m(2) Annie
Laurie King.
2187.William David, b 13 Mar 1869, d 27 Nov 1943; m Jennie Cunningham, d Mar 1926.
Issue: .
and .
Twin boys, b 16 Feb 1896, one lived 1 day, the other less than a month; .

Sheldon (Reverend), b 6 Aug 1897; .
Nina, b 21 Dec 1899; .
Stanley; .
Carlton; .
Myra; .

Shirley; .
Alberta; 10 Bernice; 11 Gertrude.

2188.James Edmond, b 22 Jun 1876; m Carrie; res Seattle, WA.

2189.Otto, d 14 Oct 1934; m Auretha Hendryx (name not certain).

2190.Florence A., b 16 Oct 1882, d 18 Jul 1897.

2191.Mary Florence, b 18 Sep 1886; m Daniel M. Wycoff (possibly Wyckoff). Issue: (3
sons, 2 daughters).

1168. ELLEN IRENA HAYNER, b 14 Jan 1850 Fowlerville, Livingston Co., MI, d 14 Sep
1924 St. Louis, MO, bu Fowlerville, MI; m 14 Jun 1871 at Cohoctah, MI Henry G. Diamond,b
16 Oct 1850, d 6 Jul 1918, s/o Rev Ashford Diamond & Clarissa Ann Moon who moved from
Canada to Tuscola Co., MI in 1851. Henry established a harness shop in Kaw City, OK in 1902;
he returned to Michigan in March 1918 and died soon after. Issue: (DIAMOND)

2192.Clarissa Ann (Carrie), b 16 Mar 1872; m. Elgin B. Gaffield (Elgie) in MI. Issue: .
Henry C.; .
Eugene; .
Vern; .
Irene Mildred, b 27 Jan 1894, d Mar 1969; m 3 Jun 1917 in Kaw
City, OK Otis Lyle Hiner,b 30 May 1895, d 11 Apr 1982 (2 sons, 1 daughter). [Otis Hiner
remarried after 1969 to Mary Jane — ]; .
Dorothea Lucille, b 2 Nov 1906, m Orville Bonson
Morgan (6 sons, 5 daughters); .
Clarence; .
William Thomas, wounded at Leyte in WW II, d 24
Jan 1945 at Army Hospital; m Eva — ; no children.

2193.Ashford Conrad, b 30 Jul 1879; m(1) Anna Cecelia Goodman; carpenter. Issue: .
Henry William, b 20 Oct 1904 m 1930 Francis Ione Mastic (2 daughters, 1 son); .
Mary Wilma
(?) b ca 1906, d 9 Apr 1912 age 6 when her dress caught fire; .
son, married; .
son, married; .
daughter, married).

2194.Mary Ellen, b 30 Apr 1882 Fowlerville, MI, d 6 May 1973 Ponca City, OK. She m
21 May 1905 William Thomas Conklin at Kaw City, OK. Bill had an elevator, hardware and farm
equipment business, and other enterprises in Kaw City; he sold out in 1925 and bought a farm
near San Benito, TX where he died at his daughter’s home in Houston in 1939. Issue: .
Floyd
Diamond, b 26 Feb 1906, d 28 Jun 1975, m 1929 Louella Miller, b 3 Jul 1909, d 25 Dec 1980 (1
son, 1 daughter); .
Ellen Maxine, b 3 Nov 1907, m 1930 Arthur Wendell Dancy, b 1910, d 1960
(3 daughters); .
Glenwood Guy, b 15 Sep 1909, m Dera Madeline Clubb (3 daughters, 2 sons,
grandchildren); .
son, grandchildren.

2195.Evelyn May [Eva], b 21 May, 1888, d 1970 at Rolla, MO. She m Ernest G. Coffman
on 12 Jun 1912; no ch. She was a milliner in early days in Kaw City, OK.

1169. EURETTA DELILLA HAYNER (Etta), b 1852, d 1937 Cohoctah, Livingston Co., MI. m
ca 1870 H. Norton Hendryx, b 1852. 5 ch; one d. inf. Possibly also a Harry, different from
Henry. Issue: (HENDRYX)

2196.Lewis, b 20 Apr 1872

2197.Effie, b 4 Sep 1873

2198.Henry, b 1876

2199.Lottie M., b 4 Aug 1881

2200.(infant)

1170. CHARLES WILLIAM HAYNER, b 17 Feb 1854 Cohoctah, Livingston Co., MI, d 13
Jun 1924 @ 70, St. Louis, MO; m(1) 13 Dec 1876 Inez Mae Sockett (“Ivy”), b 1859 Howell,
MI, d 13 Oct 1889 age 30, St. Louis, MO, d/o Ezekiel H. Sackett. Charles owned a retail store
and was a Singer Sewing Machine agent, rented out machines from his sewing machine factory in
south St. Louis area.

+
2201.Eva May, b 9 Mar 1881
+
2202.Greer Charles, b 10 Sep 1887
2203.Bessie, d.y.

1170. CHARLES WILLIAM HAYNER, b 17 Feb 1854, m(2) Catherine Packs.

1171. ESMERELDA ELNORA HAYNER (“Relda”), b 5 Feb 1856 Cohoctah, Livingston Co.,
MI, d 15 Jun 1889 Conway Twp, Livingston Co. She m Joseph E. Sawyer, b 15 Aug 1852, d 19
Mar 1915, s/o Daniel Sawyer & Mary Lyons. Issue: (SAWYER)

2204.Elbert James, b 15 Feb 1878, d 31 Jan 1940; m 2 Sep 1903 Goldie Mae Fisher, b 21
Oct 1885, d 14 Dec 1979 at Lock Twp., Ingham Co., MI. Issue: .
Cleo Belle, b 14 Aug 1904, m
1934 Rexford Gail Hill (1 son); .
son, grandchildren; .
son (twin), grandchildren; .
son (twin),
grandchildren.

1193. IRENE L. HAYNER, b 28 Dec 1864, d 24 Mar 1931 Genoa Twp., Livingston Co., MI; m

29 Jan 1884 Wirt W. Beurman, b 30 Jul 1862, d 7 Aug 1942 Brighton, MI. Issue: (BEURMAN)

2205.Beth Irene, b 16 May 1896; m 2 Jun 1917 William J. W. Conrad, b 5 Aug 1893.

2206.Georgia E., b 1898, m 25 Dec 1924 F. J. Bamber; she was a teacher in Brighton, MI.

2207.Marion, b 19 Jul 1900

2208.Mary Elizabeth, b ca 1907; m 12 Aug 1925 at age 18 Gerald Morgan, b ca 1903.

1195. KATHERINE MINNIE HAYNER, (Kate), b 22 Mar 1874 Brighton MI, d ca 1953; m
Dan Stewart, b 2 Jun 1871, d 4 Jul 1970, s/o C.A. Stewart & Mary Babcock. Kate and Dan both
are bu Brighton, MI. Issue: (STEWART)

2209.Mildred, b ca 1898, d ca 1976; m Earl Burke, b 7 Sep 1892, d Apr 1966. Issue: (3
sons, 4 daughters).

2210.Vivian Brown, b 25 Jul 1900 Hamburg Twp, Livingston Co. MI; m 2 Jul 1921 John
Cyrenius Jacoby, b 16 Aug 1901, d 8 Jan 1968, bu Brighton MI. Issue: .
[Dau], d at birth 14
Nov 1923; .
son, grandchildren; .
daughter, grandchildren.

2211.Marion, b 3 Aug 1902, d Oct 1994 in Trenton MI; m(1) — ; issue: (1 daughter,
grandchild).

2212.Sherman, b ca 1905, d in adolescence.

2213.son, d.y.

2214.son, grandchild.

1208. EDWIN C. HANER, b 19 Sep 1840 MI, d 22 Sep 1895; m Pollie M. Church, b 24 Dec
1838, d 1 Feb 1890; both bu Indian River, MI.

2215.Albert E., b 18 Feb 1869, d 24 Jun 1894

+ 2216.Martha Ellen
+ 2217.Bird Edwin, b 7 May 1873
+ 2218.John Johial, b 12 Nov 1875
1209. CHARLES A. HANER, b 10 Jan 1843 MI; m Frances — .
2219.Edna, d Rockford, MI; unm.

1210. JACOB C. HANER, b 8 Dec 1845 MI, d 26 Feb 1931 MI. m(1) 1 Jul 1869 Jennie
Wright, b 1851.

2220.Floyd E., b May 1870, d Charlotte MI. He m Ethel Granger; she d 1941 Charlotte,
MI; no ch.

2221.Edith; unm.

1210. JACOB C. HANER, b 8 Dec 1845; m(2) Emma (Winans) Welcher.

1211. FRANCES A. HANER, b 2 Sep 1847, d 21 Apr 1930; m as 2nd wife Eber Thorn

Dingman, b 17 Oct 1832 NY, d 26 Jan 1921 CA, s/o Jacob & Rebecca Dingman. Issue:
(DINGMAN)

2222.Linda May, b 15 Jun 1867, d 1 Sep 1923; m 8 Jan 1886 Charles Stilwell.

2223.Archibald Seymour, b 29 Feb 1869 (!), d 12 Jul 1883

2224.Maretta Ann, b 18 Mar 1872, d 10 Jul 1961; m 23 Jul 1899 Edward Gill.

2225.Jessie Eber, b 5 Jul 1879, d 10 Feb 1959; m 20 May 1906 Mary Allen.

2226.Montez Hugh, b 6 Jun 1882, d 30 Jul 1975, m 12 Jun 1907 Effie Beal.

2227.Forest Leon, b 30 Nov 1886, d 30 Nov 1960; m Myrtle Andrews.

2228.Orpha Ione, b 20 Aug 1889, d 3 May 1973; m(1) Clifford Spence; m(2) George
Adams.

1212. LANSING ALANSON HANER, (“Lan”), b 13 Jan 1850, d 1 Dec 1892; m 11 Oct 1876
Jennie L. Kent.

2229.Alanson (adopted daughter)

1214. REBECCA HANER (“Becky”), b 16 Feb 1855, d 29 Sep 1927; m 7 Mar 1875 William
Wallace Inman, b 14 Feb 1848 NY, d 13 Nov 1921 Ionia, MI, s/o Harvey Inman & Betsey Blair.
Issue: (INMAN)

2230.Jay Arthur (or Arthur Jay); m Elizabeth McDonald; no ch.

2231.Bessie, m(1) Frank Fuller; m(2) Jack Behrens; no ch.

2232.Frederick, b 12 Dec 1882, d 23 Feb 1935; m 22 Feb 1907 Helen Louise Edwards, b
30 Jan 1887; 4 ch; bu Saginaw, MI.

1215. NELSON ANDREW HANER, b 7 May 1857 Bath, MI, d 23 Apr 1925 Eaton Rapids, MI;
m 14 Dec 1882 Letitia Arabelle Miller, b 19 Feb 1860 Fostoria, OH, d 4 May 1951, d/o
Jeremiah Miller & Harriet Linhart; bu Eaton Rapids, MI.

+ 2233.Zoa, b 17 Apr 1888
+ 2234.Ethel, b 16 Jan 1891
1217. ANN MARIE HANER, b 29 Sep 1838 Washtenaw Co., MI, d 2 Apr 1919 Shelby, Oceana
Co., MI; m(1) 1859 Jeremiah Sullivan, b 1832 Bantry, Ireland, d 3 Oct 1873, Benona, Oceana
Co., MI. Issue: (SULLIVAN)

2235.Mary Jane, b 2 Jan 1860, d 20 Aug 1939; m 1876 Fred H. Moore; b 1855, d 1928.
Issue: .
Jennie, m Harry Bennett at least 2 ch (Fern, Fred H. 1897, others?); .
Eva, m—
Woodward (Bessie M. 1900, Etta 1903); .
Mildred Mae, b 10 Feb 1895, d 11 Dec 1984, m
Clarence Morrall, b 29 Jan 1893, d Apr 1973. Both were teachers, he in Ionia MI for many years.

2236.William Albert, b 16 Jan 1862, d 24 Nov 1942, an engineer, m3 May 1885 Dorothy
Ingebord Hendrickson; Issue: .
Fred Albert, b 17 Nov 1886; m(1) Mabel — ; m(2) Ruth —
(son, b ca 1910); .
Henry William, b 15 Jul 1890, d ca 1968, m 14 Apr 1921 Mary Lavina
Stewart, b 30 Apr 1902, d ca 1978. Issue in Shelby MI (6 sons); .
Jessie Doretta, b 15 Mar
1892, d 22 Aug 1926 Wayland MI; m 25 Feb 1911 Nels Jensen (3 sons, 2 daughters); .
Lottie
May, b 9 Aug 1905, m 18 Oct 1926 Frank Henry Deneke, b 26 Apr 1902, d Apr 1986 inWhitehall
MI (1 daughter, 1 son); .
Frank, b ca 1905; order uncertain, m Ruth? —, no ch. had a business in
Rothbury MI..

2237.Jeremiah, b 18 Nov 1863 Benona, MI, d 17 Nov 1954 Hart, MI; m 13 May 1888
Nellie Louise Graham, b 12 Mar 1867, d 10 Nov 1923. Issue: .
Lila Louise, b 4 Apr 1889, d 22
Mar 1975; m 24 Mar 1924 Gordon McMann, b 12 Jul 1895, d 31 Oct 1970 Ottawa Co. MI (1
son, 1 daughter). .
Raymond Grey, b 14 Jun 1892, d 16 Jul 1969; m Alice Ripley; a
carpenter/contractor (1 son). .
Florence Matilda, b 29 Jul 1893, d 14 Jun 1985; m James E.
McMann, b ca 1890, d 29 Dec 1947 in FL. (1 daughter, 1 son). .
Hazel Althea, b 7 Feb 1895, d 8

Mar 1980; m William John Drake., b 17 Mar 1880, d 1 Jul 1938 Flint MI (2 daughters, 1 son).
The .
th child, in the 8th generation in America, was

[8].Lawrence Neil Sullivan, b 1 Jan 1898 Benona Twp, Oceana Co., MI, d 12 Jun
1980 Ionia, MI. He m(1) 1920 Gertrude Schouten, d 1921; he m(2) 12 Oct 1929
Hazel Amber DeWitt, d 1970. The mother of his daughter Ellen was Dorothy J.
Poteracka; her birth name was Marie Sullivan; her adopted name was Pline.
(grandchildren).

.
Geraldine Mary, b 29 May 1903 Benona Twp MI, m 20 Jan 1926 Charles Loyal Churchill, b 1
Mar 1900 Shelby MI, d 6 Aug 1987 Muskegon MI (1 son, 1 daughter).
2238.Zenas Forenz, b 26 Apr 1869, d 25 Oct 1957; m 16 Nov 1904 Alice M. Cram. Issue:

.
Clara Mildred, b 2 Jul 1906 Whitehall MI, d 4 Jan 1988 Lakeland FL, an RN, bu Shelby MI, m
Clifford Herman Anderson, b 8 Jul 1900 Calumet MI, d Lakeland FL 8 Apr 1975 (2 daughters, 1
son); .
Ina Ellen, b 4 Nov 1908, d 1 Mar 1912.
2239.Hatta Aletha, b 31 Dec 1871, d 18 Mar 1939; m 10 Dec 1894 Harlo M. Elliott; a
pioneer photographer in Shelby MI area. Issue: .
Genevera, b 6 Feb 1899, d 8 Dec 1988, res
Shelby MI; m Dorn Comstock (2 daughters); .
Geraldine, b 23 Jan 1905 Shelby MI, d 20 Jan
1991 Whitehall MI, wrote mystery stories, “The Hermit’s Cave,” for radio station WJR in
Detroit. She m 25 Jun 1940 Eric Howlett, b 20 Dec 1901, d Apr 1970; no ch with Eric, who had
2 dau by his prior marriage.

1217. ANN MARIE HANER, b 29 Sep 1838; m(2) 28 Sep 1876 William H. Compton,b 1Jul
1831, d 7 Apr 1908. Issue: (COMPTON)
2240.William Seth, b 9 Jun 1878, d Mar 1948; m 11 Oct 1904 Delora Beass; no ch.

1218. GEORGE HANER, b 1842, d 30 Jan 1894; bu Scottville cem., Mason Co., MI. He m
Anna — , bu Amber cem., near Scottville, MI.

+ 2241 .Earl Conrad, b Nov 1881
1221. HENRIETTA HANER, b 3 Jul 1844, d 28 May 1897; m 1 Jun 1868 Jacob Snell, b ca
1812, d 20 Oct 1900 Oceana Co., MI. He was a lawyer, b NY, had previously m Caroline and
had dau Susan and possibly other children. Issue: (SNELL)

2242.George, b ca 1867
2243.Alice, b 14 Sep 1869, d 1961, m 10 Apr 1894 Edward Oliver Graham.
2244.Mark J., b ca 1871
2245.Henrietta, b ca 1875
2246.Eva B., b ca 1878

1222. MARIETTA E. HANER, b ca 1846 (age 14 in 1860 census), married age 29(?!) 1 Jun
1868 Alfred A. Haner, her first cousin (#1231) at Ada, Kent Co., MI (age at marriage. doesn’t
check.) See under his code for their 5 ch.

1224. HELEN I. HAYNER, b 16 May or 27 Jun 1849, d 27 May 1939, m 1865 George B.
Avery, ca 1829, d 1907; wheelwright and wagon maker, res Lowell, MI. The Averys were early
settlers who came into Lowell ca 1852 or 53. Arthur Avery supplied death certif. info for Helen
in 1939. Issue: (AVERY)

2247.Sherman, b ca 1868, m Inez Barber. Issue: .
Norton, m Ruby Willette (Thomas, d
at birth, 2 other sons). .
Harvey (d), m(1) Thelma (2 sons); m(2) Gertrude, b ca 1900 (1
daughter).

2248.Frank G., b Sep 1879, d of flu, unm.

2249.Arthur, b 1881
2250.Bertie, d of flu, unm; order of birth not certain

1226. LYLE HANER, (Lisle), m Charles Rose; res Lansing, MI.

Issue: (ROSE)

2251.Pearl

2252.Beulah

2253.Hilda

1227. JOSHUA HANER, (Jay C. in marriage record, Kent Co. MI), b May 1855, m 1875 Ida
Ferguson, b 1856 in MI, res Grand Rapids, MI. He does not seem to be the Jay Haner , age 22,
who m Marietta Simonds, age 27 on 19 Mar 1872 in Washtenaw Co MI.

2254.Minnie, b 1876 in MI

2255.Phebe, b 1878 in MI

2256.Isabell, b 1884 in MI; m — Rice

2257.Charlotte, b 1889 in Grand Rapids, MI; m 19 Jul 1909 Charles Morris.

2258.Doris, b ca 1893; m — Jensen

+ 2259.Carl C., b 3 Jan 1895
1228. CHARLES PARRY HANER, b 3 Dec 1861, d 30 Jul 1945 Sugar Grove, MI. His mother
d when he was 14 months old; he lived near Lowell, MI before he moved to Mason Co. near
Scottville, MI. He m(1) Lydia Trobridge; had twins who d age 6 months.

1228. CHARLES PARRY HANER, b 3 Dec 1861; m(2) Eliza Barnes, d/o Thomas Barnes of
McKean Co., PA.

+ 2260.Harold Thomas, b 1891, an M.D.
+ 2261.Glen Conrad, b 30 Jun 1893
1231. ALFRED A. HANER, b 5 Oct 1846, d 23 Dec 1909; m 1 Jun 1868 Marietta Haner, his
first cousin (#1088) at Ada, Kent Co., MI. Alfred enlisted 11 Feb 1863 in Company C of 9th
Michigan Cavalry Regiment, described as 5 feet 3 inches tall, dark complexion, hazel eyes,
brown hair. He and his brother were in over 20 skirmishes and battles June 1863 until end of Jan.
1864; Alfred in military hospital (illness) most of 1864; after convalescent leave rejoined the
regiment and was mustered out on 21 Jul 1865.

2262.May (Bessie); m George Lemon

2263.Evylyn (Eva); m George Staffer

2264.Clarence, d.y.

2265.Lottie; m William Knight

+ 2266.Clyde, b 10 Jul 1881
1232. TRUMAN HENRY HAYNER, b 15 Mar 1849, listed in 1850 census of Hamburg Twp
(MI) as Truman, age 1, b MI, with father b in NY State. He m Eunice Howard Lathrop. In
addition to the son Henry, there may have been stepchildren Mary and Rachel.

+ 2267.Henry Truman, b 1864
1235. FRANK H. HAYNER, b 14 Oct 1860/62, m(1) Lydia; res Detroit, MI. (A stone at
Hamburg MI cem has Lydia Hayner 1857-1889, wife of Frank Hayner.)

+ 2268.Bert, b Aug 1887 MI; res Hastings, MI.
1235. FRANK H. HAYNER, b 14 Oct 1860/62; d bef 1910; abt 1893 m(2) Lois Wert, widow of

— Mead b Dec 1864 MI. In 1900 census for White Oak, Ingham Co., MI, Lois’ son by a

previous marriage, Bruce Mead, b Mar 1887, is shown as Frank’s stepson.

+
2269.Robert, b Apr 1894 MI
+
2270.Chester, b Jul 1897 MI
+
2271.Anna, b May 1900 MI
+
2272.Myron Wert, b 19 Jul 1905 Webberville, MI, d 5 Jul 1978 San Mateo, CA
1236. JAMES H. HAYNER, b 18 Oct 1869, d 18 Feb 1942, m 4 Jul 1889 Emma Darling, b 28
Mar 1873, d 8 Dec 1939 Hamburg MI; he was a barber.

2273.Roy, b 27 Oct 1890, d 25 Sep 1897.

+
2274.Harry Avery, b 1 Aug 1897
+
2275.Russell Alfred, b 24 Sep 1905
+
2276.son
1249. GEORGE N. HAYNOR, b ca Sep 1849 Rhinebeck, NY; m Delia, b ca 1854 in Ireland.

2277.John, b ca 1875

2278.Mary, b ca 1877

1252. SILAS ALONZO HAYNOR, b 7 May 1838, (Chbk of Stn Ch,, St.Peter’s, Rhinebeck); m
Mary A., b ca 1843.

2279.Laura M., b ca 1871

1253. IRVING FAROE HAYNOR, b 2 Apr 1842, d 12 Aug 1915; (Hayner, Hainor, Haner in
various Rhinebeck census and church records). He m Frances E. Sagendorf, b ca 1843, d/o
Caroline Sagendorf who lived 1880 with her dau-in-law at Rhinecliff.

+
2280.Eva, b ca 1876
1258. FLOYD WINFIELD HAYNOR, b 1 Jan 1877; m 1 Jun 1907 Margaret, [Anna M.
Pitcher] at Rhinebeck, NY.

2281.Robert Floyd, b 21 Aug 1909 Rhinebeck, d 13 Feb 1984 Red Hook, NY; m Maria
Hoffman, who d 1975. Survived by 1 stepson, 5 grandchildren, 8 great-grandchildren.

1277. GEORGE HAYNER, b 12 Feb 1827 Grafton, NY, d 9 Jan 1894 Lansingburg, NY, a Civil
War veteran. A stove pattern-maker and moulder, invented a combination wood-coal kitchen
grate. He m(1) 1850 Margaret Jane Reed, aka Mariell Jane, b 1834 in Grafton NY, d 22 Jan
1855; George and both wives are bu Troy, NY.

2282.Clara Jane, b 22 Jan 1852; m William M. Ball

2283.Ella Jane [Dodge?], b ca Jun 1854, d 5 Apr 1856

1277. GEORGE HAYNER, b 12 Feb 1827, m(2) 23 Feb 1856 at Petersburg, NY Alzora
Elizabeth Fulford, b 15 Aug 1831 Chatham, Canada; d 5 Apr 1906 Canon City, CO, d/o
William Fulford & Abigail Brockway of CT.

2284.Ellis D., b ca 1856; bu Oakwood cem, Troy, NY. He married, wife’s name not
known. They had 2 dau per his brother George.

+
2285.Emma L., b 1858
2286.Matilda E., (May Elizabeth), b 2 May 1868, m, d young..
+
2287.George Baldwin, b 20 Oct 1873
1298. ANNIS EMALINE HAYNER, b 18 Jul 1848, d 1929 or 1927. She m George Hydorn
Read, s/o John J. Read & Erneline Hines; grandson of desc. of Capt. Gideon Read, War of 1812.
Issue: (READ)

2288.Willard Hydorn, b 1870, d 1948. He m Emma Ratz, b 1875, d 1962; issue: .
Clifford

A., b 1897, d 1981 (1 daughter, 1 son); .
Allan W., b 1909, m — , (1 child).

2289.Charlotte M., b 1872, d 1959. She m Ben Eldridge, had son Clarence. Her nephew
Clifford A. Read gave her name as Deborah and her husband as Benjamin Franklin Eldridge.

1301. EDWARD ELMER HAYNER, b 17 Jun 1861; m Carrie Bonesteel, res Tamarack, NY.

2290.Pearl, m Leslie Smith

2291.Vera, d.y.

1303. ISAAC BURDICK HAYNER, b 2 Mar 1849 Cropseyville, NY, d 10 Sep 1904 Brinton,
MI. He m 4 Sep 1870 Sarah Josephine Bowman at Jerome, MI; she b 22 Apr 1852 St. Clair,
MI, d 10 Apr 1934 Ederville, MI. He was a sawmill operator and lumberman, at Brinton, res at
Lake, Clare Co., MI.

+
2292.Clarence Elvin, b 27 Oct 1871
2293.Henry, b 1873, d 1877
+
2294.Josephine, b 19 Oct 1883
+
2295.Celia Miranda, b 14 Jan 1885
+
2296.Ralph Edward, b 8 May 1887
+
2297.Irene Teresa, b 21 Aug 1898
1316. STEPHEN M. HAYNER, b 1 Aug 1837 Grafton, NY, d 11 Jun 1889 White Oak, MI; m

Emily J. Howell, issue in MI:

2298.James Harvey, b 19 Sep 1870

2299.Ella, b 24 Aug 1872

1318. JOHN WESLEY HAYNER, b 31 Aug 1843 Grafton, NY, d 18 Jan 1905 White Oak, MI;
he m 13 Dec 1871 Mary Jane Oakley, b 12 Feb 1850, d 20 Feb 1909; issue in MI:

2300.Violet

1319. CHARLES A. HAYNER, b 5 Apr 1853 MI, d 1915 White Oak, MI; a sheep farmer. He
m(1) 11 Dec 1878 Clara Cady; m(2) 18 Sep 1892 Grace L. Fernald, issue in MI:

2301.Ralph W., b 26 Mar 1893, d 2 Sep 1988; m Hazel Cooper.

+
2302.Metta, b 18 Feb 1895
1320 WALTER HAYNER, b 20 Sep 1862 MI, d 30 Oct 1930 White Oak, MI; m 30 Jun 1886
Carrie L. Morgan, of Mason, MI; issue in White Oak, MI:

2303.Orla, m Pearl Porter

+
2304.Harry, b 15 Jun 1889
+
2305.Bessie J., b 1 Aug 1894
1323. LEVI HAYNER, b 1834 Grafton, NY, d ca 1862 in Libby Prison, Civil War. Believed to
be the Levi Haner whose marker at Mina, Chautauqua Co., NY gives him as s/o Johannes Haner
& Martha Coonradt. He m Abigail Bonesteel, b Grafton, NY. The name of his first son is written
in a “family book”; his second son apparently was born after he left for the War.

2306.William S., d 1858 age 1 yr. (written in family book as “son of Levi & Abigail
Hayner”).

+
2307.John Levi, b 6 Sep 1862
1325. MARY C. HAYNER, b 1838 Brunswick, NY; m Charles Lockrow, said to have had 2

sons, but we have name of only one. Issue: (LOCKROW)

2308.Elmer, m Carrie Eycleshymer.

2309.(a son)

1326. AMOS HAYNER, b 1841. He m(1) Margaret (Maggie), of Sycaway, on Hoosick Rd. in
Brunswick, NY. She died early and the boys were raised by their father.

+
2310.Charles A., b 26 Feb 1863
2311.Frederick; could not be located at his father’s death.
1326. AMOS HAYNER, b 1841, m(2) Jessie Rose, issue in Brunswick, NY:

+
2312.John H., b 21 Sep 1879 in MI
+
2313.Mary
2314.Minnie L., d 2 Jan 1971; m(1) Charles C. Cipperly, res Waterford, NY; no ch; she
m(2), name of spouse not known.

+
2315.Jessie, res Brunswick, NY
1328. ANNA CHRISTINA HAYNER, b 1846, d 1926, m Henry Nible.
Cemetery notes by Jennie Hayner includes a probable son. Issue: (NIBLE)

2316.Charles, b 1870, d 1878.

1329. ALBERT HAYNER, b 23 Jul 1850 Brunswick, NY, d there 3 May 1908; he m Amelia

Shaver, b 6 Aug 1854, d 12 May 1921.

2317.John, b 20 Jun 1884, d 2 Jan 1885.

2318.Bessie, b 17 Nov 1886, d 30 Dec 1958.

+
2319.Zoa, b 16 Feb 1890
2320.Celinda (“Lindy”), b 17 Sep 1891
1332. MARY CHRISTENA HAYNER, b 14 Aug 1840, d 27 Jun 1893; m 21 Jan 1862 Jonas
Brust, b 14 Aug 1832, d Jul 27 1907, s/o Adam Brust & Jane File. Both were b, m, and d in
Brunswick, NY. Issue: (BRUST)

2321.Meta, b 1862, d 11 May 1935 Brunswick, NY; m 21 Dec 1880 Albertus (Burt)
Sheffer; issue: .
Roscoe; .
Lois.

2322.Alvah, b 21 Jan 1864, d 7 Mar 1939; m 11 Oct 1893 Jennie Hayner (#1785), b 21
Jan 1868, d 19 Aug 1934, d/o Lemuel Hayner & Elizabeth Sherman; Alvah and Jennie both were
b and d in Brunswick, NY. Issue listed under her code #1785.

2323.Bertha, b 24 Dec 1865, d Brunswick, NY 15 Oct 1942; m 4 Nov 1886 Christopher
Snyder Collins, b 30 Nov 1864, d Feb 1934. Issue: .
Elsie (1887), m James Arthur, .
dau; .
Harriet Mary (1889), m Jacob Nelson Hayner (#3537), 2 ch; .
Leta (d 1889), .
Mildred (1892),
m Irvin William Derrick, 3 sons; .
Lorna (1896), m Bernard Smith; .
Merritt (1900), m Mildred
Church (1 son, 2 daughters), .
Charlotte (1903), m George McCreedy.

1334. HORATIO SEYMOUR HAYNER, b 29 Jun 1852 Brunswick, NY, d there (found
drowned in river) 11 Sep 1915; m(1) Elnora Frances Bornt (#1670), b 21 Mar 1855 Brunswick,
NY, d there 1 Nov 1881, d/o Jacob Bornt & Mary Ann Hayner (#682).

+
2324.Mabel Frances, b 30 Oct 1881
1334. HORATIO SEYMOUR HAYNER, b 29 Jun 1852, m(2) Ida F. Smith, b 1863, d 3 Jun
1907. No record of any issue.

1335. MARTIN HENRY HAYNER, b 1844, He was a butcher; m Henrietta File.
2325.Stanley, prob d Dec 1958; he married Augusta, d 2 Feb 1959; no issue.

+
2326.Jessie
2327.Ethel, b 1879, d 4 Aug 1957; m Fred Davis, no ch.

1336. MARTHA FRANCES HAYNER, (Frank) m. Abner Bornt, b 5 Jul 1849 Brunswick, NY,
d 5 Mar 1923; bu Brick Church cem (Union cem), Brunswick, NY, s/o Joel Bornt & Anna Maria
Filer (File). Issue: (BORNT)

2328.Ernest; m Lottie Irland.

2329.Amos

2330.Vandetta, b 1885, d 17 Sep 1979, unm; bu in her parents’ lot in Brunswick.

1337. HIRAM W. HAYNER, m Etta Springer.
2331.Edith; she married.

1338. NELSON M. HAYNER, d age 77; m Elizabeth G., d age 64.

2332.Gertie, d age 2.

2333.Harry, prob. d. in infancy.

1340. LUCAS HARMON HAYNER (Luke), b 16 May 1843 Center Brunswick, NY, d 16 May
1929 Cohoes, NY, bu Oakwood cem., Troy, NY. He m(1) and had a son:

2334.George, b ca 1879, d 28 Sep 1935 Troy, NY; unm.

1340. LUCAS HARMON HAYNER, b 16 May 1843, m(2) Georgiana Gass, b 1854
Lansingburgh, NY, d 12 Feb 1938 Greenwich, NY, bu Troy, NY.

+ 2335.Edward William, b 30 Apr 1887
1343. NELLIE HAYNER, b 9 May 1869 Ballston Spa, NY, d Jun 1960 in Schenectady, NY; m
George Hodsoll, d 25 Aug 1944 Schenectady, NY. Issue in Schenectady or in Ballston Spa, NY:
(HODSOLL)

2336.Marion, b 27 Oct 1895

2337.Herbert, b 29 Apr 1900

2338.Raymond, b 16 Oct 1903; m Charlotte Madden

2339.son, married.

1344. JESSE HAYNER, d Morristown, NJ.
2340.Nellie; m — Denny

1347. WESLEY HAYNER, b 24 Jan 1836 Potsdam, NY (per Army discharge from Civil War),

d 27 Feb 1887; m 5 Sep 1860 Harriet Amelia Smith, b 4 May 1841, d 14 Oct 1890.

2341.Edith May, b 29 Apr 1866, d 15 Dec 1878.

2342.Emma Iona, b 16 Jan 1876, d 20 Mar 1909 Clifton Park, NY; she m 20 Dec 1893
David D. Reed (also given as Daniel D), perhaps David Daniel, age 23, s/o Fitch Reed & Nancy.

+ 2343.Lewis Smith, b 6 Sep 1880
1353. ASHLEY HAYNER, b ca 1849 in NY; d in the late 1870s in the Sacramento CA region.
He m 19 Nov 1872 Mary Anna Torrey at Mankato, MN, b ca 1856 in WI, d/o Dr Wilson Torrey
and wife Urania. She also died before 1880. Their two small children were raised by the Torrey
grandparents. They were listed as “my adopted wards” in the will of Urania Torrey dated 5 Nov
1883.

+ 2344.Lillian M., b 20 May 1873
+ 2345.Wilson Ashley, b 20 Apr 1875
1355. ARLINA HAYNER, b 19 Nov 1841, d 8 Jul 1922; b and d Cooksboro, NY; m John O.
Wing, b 4 Mar 1844, d 1929. Issue: (WING)

2346.Vivian, b 1865, d 1933; m Charles Viall, b 1862, d 23 Apr 1948. Issue: .
Ruth

(1891), m William Diefendorf, had dau Ruth m William Joseph Owens. .
Floyd (1893), drowned
1910.

2347.Lillian, b 1872, d 19 May 1948; m(1) Will Vines, d about a week after the wedding
in 1891. Lillian m(2) Albert Stuart, b 1872, d 1955, no ch.

1356. WILLIAM EASLICK HAYNER, b 23 Sep 1843. He ran away from home. He married,
had one daughter; in his later years William lived in Grafton, NY.

2348.Nettie

1358. AUGUSTUS HAYNER, b 1849, d 1925. He was a minister; in later life a grocer in
Illinois. He m 1880 Laura Filkins, b 1850, d 1915; issue in Cooksboro, NY:

+ 2349.Frederick Vandenburg, b 3 Jan 1882
1359. ALVERETTA HAYNER, b 11 Sep 1852, d 22 Jul 1944 age 92; m 15 Feb 1871 John
Wright, b 1850, d 1919. Issue: (WRIGHT)

2350.Frank, b 17 Jul 1872, d 18 Sep 1916; m 1893 Fannie Ford, b 26 Oct 1866, d May
1958; issue, 3 sons: .
Basil, b 1898, d Aug 1949, WWI veteran, unm; .
Malcolm, b 1901; .
Clair,
b 1904.

2351.Alice M., b 19 Dec 1874, d 18 Jun 1898; unm.

2352.Alpha H., b 12 Feb 1877, d 12 Feb 1953; m Harriet Evans, b Mar 2; no ch.

2353.Fred Smith, b 14 Jun 1879, d 9 Nov 1962; m 22 Feb 1917 Elizabeth MacAuley, b 6
Oct 1890, d 25 Jul 1988. Issue: (3 daughters, 2 sons, grandchildren).

2354.Nellie A., b 9 Sep 1883; m Feb 1904 Fred Overocker, b 25 Mar 1881. Issue: .
Hazel, b 24 Nov 1904, m Ralph Dixson, .
daughter, married.

1360. HATTIE VIOLA HAYNER, b 1 May 1862 Cooksboro, NY; d 22 Jul 1939 Pittstown, NY
where she m 15 Feb 1883 John Gifford, b 15 Apr 1862 Pittstown, NY, d there 25 Oct 1936.
Issue: (GIFFORD)

2355.Herbert Irving, b 16 Dec 1884, d 19 May 1923; m Margaret Barrett. Issue: .
John
Irving, b 1908.

2356.Anna Iva, b 7 Sep 1886; m Fred W. Whitehouse, b 7 Jan 1885. Issue: (1 daughter, 1
son).

2357.Ruth Etta, b 21 Dec 1897, d 12 Jul 1953; m Theodore Henry Mertens. b Jun 1898.
Issue: (2 sons, 1 daughter).

1364. REBECCA HAINER, b 14 Mar 1837 St. Catharines, Ontario, d there 25 Sep 1923; m 4
Jun 1863 Henry F. Shickluna, b 4 Jul 1836 Lewiston, NY, d 19 Oct 1908 St. Catharines, ON, s/o
Commodore Louis Shickluna (b Malta, 1808) and Elizabeth Orr. The Commodore was an
eminent Maltese Canadian marine architect, shipbuilder and shipowner with a large drydock and
shipyard on the Welland Canal at St. Catharines, with over 150 major Great Lakes and
oceangoing vessels to his credit. He was a benefactor of escaped slaves, and lost two 300-ft sister
ships in the Atlantic in 1862 on active U. S. government Civil War service. Through service in
Butler’s Rangers by her great grandfather John Hainer (#42) Rebecca and all of her descendants
are eligible for membership in the United Loyalists’ Association of Canada (UE). Issue:

(SHICKLUNA)

2358.Victoria Elizabeth Permilla Shickluna, b 20 Mar 1864, d 9 Nov 1939. She m 6 Apr
1885 George Reuben Holmes, b 17 Apr 1858, d 16 Nov 1940; b, m and d St. Catharines, ON.
They had 6 children in Generation [8]:

[8a].George Cameron Holmes, b 23 Jan 1886, d 9 Jan 1951.

[8b].Pauline Victoria Holmes, b 2 Mar 1888, d Jan 1966; m Frederick Kreamer, d

10 Jul 1947.

[9a].Hartley Kreamer; he had issue, d young

[9b].Millie Kreamer; m — Reesor (1 son)

[9c].Mabel Kreamer, m Howard Roberts (1 son, 1 daughter).

[8c].Kathleen Carmel Holmes, b 24 Oct 1889, d 18 Sep 1897 when her dress caught

fire.

[8d].Henry Clarence Holmes, b 27 Sep 1891, d 3 Sep 1967

[8e].Charles Webster Holmes, b 4 Jul 1893 St. Catharines, ON, d 4 May 1978

Hamilton, ON. He m 9 Feb 1925 at Niagara Falls, ON Edna Mae Bradley, b 19 Oct 1902

Merritton, ON, d 12 May 1995 Hamilton ON. (2 sons, grandchildren).

[8f].Frederick Greenwood Holmes, b 18 Apr 1895, d 19 Dec 1960.

2359.Bertha Tereza b 12 Jul 1866, d 6 May 1950; unm.

2360.Cora Isabella, b 25 Jul 1868, d 14 Oct 1948; unm.

1366. ANNIE HAINER (Georgeanna), b 4 May 1842, d before 1917, m 5 Jun 1860 Kenneth

Goodman, b 30 Mar 1839, d after 1917; lawyer in New Hamburg, Ont. Issue: (GOODMAN)

2361.Annie Maude, d age 11

2362.Ambrose Kenneth, b 25 Feb 1863 ; m 1893 Linn Matthews. He was a lawyer in
Toronto. Issue:.
Harold, a lawyer.

2363.Mabel Alexandra, b 18 Apr 1865; m 3 Oct 1888 George Maynard Wedd; had 4
sons and 1 daughter.

2364.Edith Helen Henrietta, b 28 Nov 1867, m Ester Williams; had 2 sons and 3
daughters.

1394. GEORGE HANER, b 2 Mar 1840, d 2 Jan 1910, bu Martindale, NY. He was Pvt., Co. K
128 Regt. NY, 9 Feb 1862 to 23 May 1863. He m Sarah E. Miller, b 21 Jun 1847, d 19 Apr
1874, d/o James Miller & Catherine Poucher of Martindale, NY.

2365.Mary, b 3 Nov 1862, d 27 Mar 1883

+
2366.Catherine, b 1864
+
2367.Miller Clayton, b 1867
+
2368.Lillian L., b 10 Oct 1869
+
2369.Lyman Clayton, b ca 1871
2370.Clara, b ca 1872, d 194x; m Frank Plant of Waterbury, CT.
1396. JOHN H. HANER, b 13 Jan 1854, d 14 Feb 1918; m Mary A. McCoy.
2371.Mabel, m Dennis J. Mullins; he d 7 Jan 1979 Hudson, NY.

+
2372.Homer J., b 30 Jan 1888
+
2373.Rose Ann, b 13 May 1890
1407. GEORGE HANER, b 16 Dec 1842, d 6 Nov 1924; m(1) Caroline Snyder, b 1834, d 29
Dec 1866; had issue in Gilboa, NY.

+
2374.William (“Will”), b 25 Nov 1861
+
2375.Sara Helen, b 16 Aug 1863
1407. GEORGE HANER, b 16 Dec 1842; m(2) Mary Jane German Howard (the final name
“Howard” is uncertain).

+
2376.Cora Ann, b 17 Aug 1868
1407. GEORGE HANER, b 16 Dec 1842; m(3) Elizabeth Rider, b 20 Feb 1852, d 26 Apr
1915. The marker at old Jefferson cem, Catskill, NY has “Elizabeth C. Rider.”

2377.Harvey G., b 21 Sep 1873, d 13 Apr 1949; m Eva Crapser, no ch. They brought up
their nephew Frank Haner (#3332), son of Harvey’s half-brother Will Haner. Harvey was one of
the pioneers of the milk delivery buiness. Beginning with horse-and-wagon days when milk was

delivered loose, he saw the change to motorized equipment, pasteurization and bottling.

+
2378.Loretta, b 16 May 1875
+
2379.Rose May, b 13 Mar 1877
+
2380.Evaline, b 22 Feb 1879
+
2381.Lewis, b 28 Feb 1881
2382.Bertha, b 3 Mar 1883, d 13 Mar 1890
2383.Albert, b 25 Sep 1885, d 27 Mar 1975 Catskill, NY; unm
2384.Ruben, b 24 Jun 1887, d 22 May 1895
+
2385.Lena, b 2 Oct 1888
2386 Percy, b 4 Dec 1891, d 5 Mar 1916; unm
2387.Hattie, b 29 Apr 1896, d 25 Mar 1963; m — Wayman; res Kiskatom, NY.
1408. FRANCIS MADISON HANER (“Matt”), b 5 Nov 1844 Little Westkill, NY, d 6 Oct
1903 Conesville, NY. He m Margaret A. Hubbard (“Mag”), b 10 Mar 1846, d 8 Jan 1924, a
herb doctor, d/o Jabez Hubbard.

+
2388.D.K., b 1868 (this is his full name — just the initials)
+
2389.Eugene, b 8 May 1870
2390.Grover C., b 1887, d 1954; unm.
+
2391.Anna Marie, b 22 Sep 1877
1409. PRATT HANER, b 29 Nov 1846, d ca Apr 1924 Greene County, NY. He died intestate;
the probate record cites 21 next of kin, no relationships shown; evidently no widow survived.
Dates for Pratt, his first wife, and 3 presumed ch are on markers at Jefferson Heights, Greene Co.,
NY. He m(1) Barbara Schen, b 14 Sep 1864, d 17 Jul 1916.

2392.Lillie A., b 18 Jul 1887, d 4 May 1896

2393.Charles E., b 1889, d 1936

2394.Henry E., b 15 Jun 1890, d 5 Aug 1914

1409. PRATT HANER, b 29 Nov 1846, m(2) Mildred Crossie at West Camp.

1410. VIOLET AMANDA HANER, b ca 1848, d 1940; a teacher. She m Nicholas Rowe.
Possible 2nd marriage to a Shoemaker not confirmed. Issue: (ROWE)

2395.Adeline; m Palmer; Issue: .
Leroy; .
Harold.

1411. FRIEND DAVID HANER, b 22 May 1853, d 11 Jan 1917; he was a Reverend; m 1879
Mary Jane Van Dyke (Jennie), b 21 Jun 1859 Roxbury, NY, d May 1934, d/o Patrick Van Dyke
& Rosetta Cole. Friend joined the group that emigrated from Conesville, NY to Hastings,
Nebraska in 1880s; he died in Nebraska and he was returned for burial in the old Gilboa
cemetery. When a dam flooded the cemetery in 1920, Friend’s body and that of his son Clarence
were removed by Mrs. F. D. Haner to the new cemetery at Gilboa. Dates below are from Bible
record.

+
2396.Ada Eliza, b 25 Oct 1881
2397.Clarence Patrick, b 30 Oct 1882, d 17 Sep 1887
+
2398.Jennie Rosetta, b 12 Aug 1888
+
2399.Hazel Marie, b 6 Oct 1894
+
2400.Royal Friend, b 24 Nov 1898
1412. WILLARD HANER, b 1856; no date of death on his g-s; may have d after 1924; res
Jefferson, Schoharie Co., NY; m 17 Dec 1884 Priscilla Preston, b 1850, d 1924; bu Evergreen
cem, Jefferson, NY.

2401.Isaac

2402.(child)

1413. JUDGE R. HANER, b 17 Feb 1858, d 15 Jan 1922 Leeds, NY; m(1) 25 Feb 1879 Lavina
Clark, both of West Conesville NY.

1413. JUDGE R. HANER, b 17 Feb 1858, m(2) 25 Apr 1889 Isabel Eliza Brand, b 14 Dec
1870, d 17 Jan 1933.

+ 2403.Julius Ray, b 5 May 1890
2404.Ethel Isabel, b 11 Dec 1902 Leeds, NY, d 29 Mar 1972; m 17 May 1930 Orville C.
Rouse, b 30 Mar 1904, d 4 Oct 1947; no issue.

1415. MARTHA ELIZABETH HANER, b 15 Feb 1848, d 10 Sep 1919; m Gamaliel Huggans
of Lexington, NY; bu Prattsville, NY. Issue: (HUGGANS)

2405.Olive Burnice, a teacher in Hobart, NY; m A. Lindsey O’Connor, an attorney in
Hobart, was Supreme Court Justice, 6th Judicial District of NY State.

2406.Charlotte Mae, m Frederick W. Bishop of Shokan, NY. Both d. early; issue: .
Robert L.; .
Olive Cornelia Price; .
Donald F.

1416. WILLIAM WESLEY HANER, b 1850, d 1930; m Delia Fowler, b 1886.
2407.Ethel

1417. ROSE HANER, b ca 1853, m Erastus Deyo. Issue: (DEYO)

2408.Mattie

2409.Mabel

2410.Emma

2411.Mittie

1419. HENRY EUGENE HANER, b 20 May 1860, d 16 Oct 1897; m Caroline Andress. Issue
(probable):

2412.Henry

1420. CHARLES GILBERT HANER, b Dec 1863 NY, acc. 1900 census for Shandaken, NY.
He was a well-known teacher, taught over 40 years; m ca 1889 Emily Moore (Emma), b Aug
1868 NY. Both are bu at Lexington, NY.

+ 2413.Frank Henry, b Jan 1890
+ 2414. Mae Louise, b Sept 1891
+ 2415.Audric R., b Jun 1899
2416.Bertha Louise, b 26 Feb 1895; she and her sister Elizabeth were both bp 9 Jun 1901
Zion Luth Ch, Athens, NY. NOTE: Bertha is not listed with this family in either the 1900 or
1910 censuses, and her purported mother, Emma, states in each of these censuses that she has
only had three children.

2417.Elizabeth Edna, b 2 Apr 1857 [date seems to belong to another person, possibly error
for 1897] NOTE: Elizabeth is not listed with this family in either the 1900 or 1910 censuses, and
her purported mother, Emma, states in each of these censuses that she has only had three children.

1421. GEORGE HANER, b Prattsville 6 Aug 1847, d Conesville 2 Jul 1915; m 25 Apr 1877
Agnes More (Moore), d/o Andrew More & Ann E. Hardenburgh of Roxbury, NY. of Prattsville;
she was age 29 in 1880 census at Conesville. He was an MD; after 3 years in Conesville, in Nov
1880 he opened a practice in Tannersvill e, NY where he also was coroner.

2418.Helen (adopted); d at age 18 after Jul 1899.

1423. JANE ELIZABETH HANER (Jennie), b 17 Dec 1850, d 18 Feb 1927 or 18 Mar 1943.
She m 1880 Charles Voss, b 14 Feb 1849 Holstein, Germany, s/o Frederick Voss & Maria
Retting of Denmark, to America 1869. Issue: (VOSS)

2419.Ralph, b 18 Jan 1882; m Ethel Graves

2420.Esther (or Ethel Ann), b 25 Mar 1884; m(1) Oliver Perry; m(2) Charles McAllister;
no issue.

2421.Mollie M., a champion girl trick bicycle rider, 1899.

2422.Charles M.

1448. WILSON HAINER, b ca 1850, d 1932; res Livingston, NY; bu Niver cem., Craryville,
NY. Note: the settlerment was originally called Johnstown, but was renamed as Livingston when
it was found that there already was a post office at Johnstown, NY. He m Mary Young, b 1845,
d 1887. Both the wife Mary and Fannie are on the same marker.

2423.Forest, b ca 1880; m 17 Mar 1905 at age 25 Isabel McNeill, age 28. He was bu in
Niver cem, Craryville, NY.

2424.Fannie, b 1882, d 1960, bu Craryville, NY.

1455. ALICE HANOR, b June 1870, m Harold Owen Nicholson. Issue: (NICHOLSON)

2425.Victor Harold, b 3 Apr 1894, d 28 Mar 1975, bu Hillsdale, NY.

2426.Martha, m Beattie

2427.Lisette, m Weltner

2428.Cuthbert E.

2429.Oswald W., b 1 Nov 1899, d 21 Jul 1984, bu Hillsdale, NY; m Minnie Minkler of
Valatie, NY; 4 sons.

2430.Harold

1457. GEORGE HAYNOR, b 1865; m 28 Apr 1894 Mary F. Houghtaling.

+ 2431.Elmer, d 2 Oct 1965
1458. LYDIA HAYNOR, m Charles Scutt. Issue: (SCUTT)

2432.Charles, b 1895, d 1938, bu Churchtown; m Ruth, d 1971.

2433.Lila, b 15 Aug 1900; m(1) Charles Mansfield, b 1903, d 1827, 1 son; m(2) Otis
Pectal, b 31 Aug 1893, 1 son.

2434.Elwood Delbert, b 6 Jun 1907, d Nov 1975; m(1) Karen, 1 son; m(2) Camelle.

1463. SARAH HAYNOR, b 15 Jun 1873, d 29 Nov 1946; m 29 Nov 1894 Newton MacArthur,

b 1858, d May 1931. Issue: (MacARTHUR)

2435.Kenneth, b 14 Dec 1895, d 15 Jul 1915; unm.

2436.Claude, b 8 Nov 1897, d 9 Jan 1973; m 1 Apr 1923 Mary Potter (Minnie), d 16 Jan
1987. Issue: (2 sons, grandchildren).

2437.Newton, Jr., b 5 Feb 1906, d 7 Jun 1950; m Gladys Schuyler.

2438.George, b 18 Jan 1907, d 22 Feb 1973; m Katherine Cuccia, b 11 Mar 1907. Issue:
(1 son, grandchildren).

1464. HOPE HAYNOR, b 18 Dec 1874, d 23 May 1963; m 8 Nov 1904 Edward J. Moore, b 16
Mar 1870, d 25 May 1926. Issue: (MOORE)

2439.Wallace E., b 10 Oct 1906, d 27 May 1989; m(1) Edna Warfield; m(2) 29 Mar 1949
Allie Chastain, d 29 Oct 1985.

1466. ELIZABETH CHRISTINA HAYNOR (Lizzie), b 13 Mar 1867, d 8 Nov 1928; m
Arthur Boice, b 12 Jul 1866, d 15 May 1942. Issue (BOICE)

2440.Albert Parker, b 28 Oct 1892, d 23 May 1987; m(1) Della Vosburg, b 25 Feb 1889
(div). (1 son, grandchildren). m(2) Alice Brown, d Oct 1989; no issue

2441.Lloyd J., b 23 Dec 1900, d 21 Jun 1983; a realtor in Germantown, NY. He was a
distinguished researcher on the history of the area who gave much help to compilers of early
Hayner history. He m(1) Margaret P. Hover, b 24 Jul 1905, d 14 Sep 1931; m(2) Helen
Hallenbeck, b 1897, d 25 Feb 1955; m(3)Emma May Heron. (1 daughter).

2442. [This number not used.]

1457. ELLA HAYNOR, b 2 Jul 1869, d 1959; m Luther Hover, b 1866, d 1913. Issue:
(HOVER)

2443.Dean Porter, b 29 Sep 1891, d 21 Oct 1961; m Gertrude L. Platner, b 20 Mar 1902; 1
son d inf.

2444.Ruth C., b 3 Nov 1896, m Charles Pringle, b 19 Jun 1892, d 6 Jun 1959; 2 ch.

1471. GEORGE WILLIAM HANOR, b 14 Mar 1849, d 1930 or 1932; m 12 Sep 1875 Lora
Belle Plummer, b 11 May 1858, d 13 Mar 1901 (her g-s at Central Square, NY has Laura Bell
Plumer).

+ 2445.Welcome Anson Hanor, b 17 Nov 1879
1474. ALLEN HANOR, b 10 May 1869 Unadilla, NY, d age 48; m Ida.
2446.Floyd

1477. JENNIE HANOR, b 21 Oct 1860 Burlington, NY; m Luran Walling.
Issue: (WALLING)

2447.Oscar, d ca 1915 or 1916; m Iva Zimmerman. Issue: .
Bernice (d), m George Lyon;

.
Alma, m Stafford.
1480. CHARLES HANOR, b 2 Mar 1868 Springfield, NY, d 15 Jan 1928; m 11 Dec 1889 Julia
Melvina Pashley, b 23 Oct 1868, d 23 Mar 1944, d/o Robert S. Pashley & Sarah A. Benjamin.

2448.Carrie Belle, b 9 Jan 1891, d 6 Apr 1970; m 20 Aug 1913 Claude S. Terpenning, b
10 Oct 1883, d 16 Apr 1958; no issue.

+ 2449.Earl J. Hanor, b 18 Apr 1895
1482. AGNES HANER, b 1859, d 1929; m — Noony. Issue: (NOONY)
2450.Ethel H., b 1885, d 1887.

1483. ALLLEN HANER, d 24 May 1935; m Harriet Almstead, d 8 Mar 1917, d/o Walter
Almstead. Probably res Austerlitz, NY. His descendants use the Hanor spelling.

+ 2451.Catherine, b 19 Jun 1888
+ 2452.Harriet, b ca 1890
+ 2453.Carrie Ella
+ 2454.Minnie
1491. CLARENCE DATUS HANOR, b 23 Jul 1879 North Hillsdale, NY; d 10 Jan 1954; bu
Masonville, NY. He m(1) Ethel Sweet, d 1966, d/o Grover Sweet.

2455.Lois

1491. CLARENCE DATUS HANOR, b 23 Jul 1879; m(2) 21 Sep 1909 Hattie Crosby Travis,
b 12 Jul 1883, d 30 Nov 1953 in Venice, FL, d/o Harvey and Mary Travis.

1495. ORRIN INGALLS HANOR, b 24 Mar 1873 Middlefield, Otsego Co., NY, d 15 Mar

1935, m 30 Dec 1896 Cora Elizabeth Scramlin, b 12 Jun 1878, d 10 Jun 1927. He taught school
in Middlefield.

2456.Charles Tuller, b 19 Sep 1897, d 13 Oct 1899

+
2457.Douglas John, b 3 May 1905 (twin)
+
2458.Dorman Henry, b 3 May 1905 (twin)
+
2459.Marian Elizabeth, b 23 Feb 1907
+
2460.son
2461.son
2462.son.
1496. IRA CHARLES HANOR, b 2 Aug 1877, d 1945 m(1?) ca 1901 Ina —, b ca 1874 NY.
According to 1910 census, Ina had borne one child, which was not then living. Res. Middlefield,
Otsego Co., NY. Birthdate doesn’t match to be same as Ira Hanor (below). He may have had at
least two children (tradition in Orrin Hanor’s family):

2463.Charles Clark, b 1906 (not verified)

2464.Iva Pierce, b 1908 (not verified)

1496. IRA HANOR, b29Mar—, m22Feb1902 Mary Matties (Mae) Kilts, b 17 Aug 1886
Otsego Co. NY, d 21 May 1935 Otsego Co (death certif). Parents of this Ira Hanor not verified.

2465.Alice, b ca 1904 Otsego Co.
Note: except for the birthdates, these data could be consistent with Ira marrying only once, with
Alice born 1904, Charles in 1906, Iva in 1908. More research needed on this line.

1500. SARAH HANOR, m Frederick Douglas. Issue: (DOUGLAS)
2466.William

1505. LEWIS HAYNER, b 23 Dec 1821 (twin of Clark), d 2 Jun 1892; m 24 Dec 1844 Eliza
Ann Lee (Lisa), b ca 1827, d 1860, sister of Harriet N. Lee who m his brother Francis. The girls
were d/o William Lee & Eleanor Walters. Lewis Hayner founded the Hayner Distillery in Miami
Co., OH in 1850, expanded to Troy OH in 1866, later also in Springfield, OH. See #2472 below.

2467.Sarah Ellen, b ca 1846; m 12 Oct 1865 Samuel A. Dickey.

2468.Elizabeth (M.E. Hayner, b ca 1848 per 1850 census)

+
2469.Clark, b 4 Nov 1850
2470.Mary Jane, m 13 Dec 1876 George M. Thompson.
1506. CLARK HAYNER, b 23 Dec 1821 (twin of Lewis), d after 1882; m(1) Clara Bretney.
Clara died in childbirth and Frederick was raised by John Montague Hayner, who had married
Clara’s sister Elizabeth Bretney.

2471.Frederick; he may have m Irene Huff; 2 ch d.y.

1506. CLARK HAYNER, b 23 Dec 1821; m(2) 26 Oct 1848 in Warren Co., OH Keziah Jack, b
31 Jan 1828, d 21 Sep 1854, bu Lebanon OH cem. She was d/o Adam H. Jack & Hannah Lee (a
half-sister of William Lee whose daughters m Lewis Hayner and Francis Hayner). A possible
unmarried son of this marriage could be Lewis Hayner, whose will probated in Warren Co. 24
Aug 1872 gives his estate to “my dear father Clark Hayner”, uncle John Hayner, adm.

1506. CLARK HAYNER, b 10 Dec 1821; m(3) 1 Jan 1856 Mary Jane Truitt, d 1859.

2472.Charles; he and William bought the distillery after the death of Uncle Lewis in 1892;
Walter S. Kidder was sales manager. In 1872 the Dr Harter patent medicine company, under the
direction of Samuel Harter of Troy, OH and his son-in-law William M. Hayner was moved from
St. Louis to Dayton, OH; but when prohibition came the bottling and merchandising expertise

were not enough to save the business. Hayner bottles are now much sought-after collector’s
items.

2473.Georgiana; m Walter S. Kidder

+
2474.William M., b 14 Sep 1857
1508. MARIA JANE HAYNER, b 27 Apr 1827, d after 1882; m Abraham Bolmer. Issue:
(BOLMER)

2475.Della; m William Thorpe; twin sons.

2476.Edward; m Mae Woodruff; 3 ch.

1509. JOHN MONTAGUE HAYNER, b 10 Oct 1828, d 1913. He was a farmer, an early user of
canning methods, bank president. He and/or a nephew were known as “Monty”. He m(1) Martha
Little.

+
2477.Joseph Edward, b ca 1855 OH
1509. JOHN MONTAGUE HAYNER, b 10 Oct 1828; m(2) Elizabeth Bretney, d 23 Mar
1881. Her sister Clara married J. M.’s brother Clark (#1506).

2478.Charles H., b Jun 1857 OH; unm.

+
2479.Harry Montague (“Hab”), b Feb 1859 OH
2480a.Catharine, b ca 1865 OH (per 1870 census for Union, Warren Co., OH)
+
2480.William H., b ca 1868 OH
2481.Clara Belle; m Corwin Sage; res South Lebanon OH, no ch.
1509. JOHN MONTAGUE HAYNER, b 10 Oct 1828; m(3) 23 Jun 1882 Susan Cowen, d/o J.

S. Cowen of Salem, OH; she from Morrow, OH, an active church worker; no ch.
1510. SARAH ANN HAYNER, b 30 Jun 1830, d after 1882; m B. Fairchild Issue:
(FAIRCHILD)

2482.Alice; m Fred Litz; no ch.
2483.Nellie; m William Williamson; 1 dau.
2484.James; married, 2 ch.
2485.Mary; unm; a teacher.

1511. ENOCH S. HAYNER, (middle name hard to read, appears to be Sucortus), b 7 Feb 1835;
m Julia Crane, d in Civil War in a boat explosion.

2486.Julia

1513. ELIZABETH JANE HAYNER, (twin of Francis), b 4 Aug 1837; living 1882 in Center,
IA per estate of her mother; another record places her residence in Akron, OH. She m(1) Frank
Bolmer. Issue: (BOLMER)

2487.Frank

1513. ELIZABETH JANE HAYNER, b 4 Aug 1837; m(2) — Tuttle; no issue from this
marriage.

1514. HENRIETTA MARIA HAYNER, b 12 May 1823 Brunswick, NY; m James Bryan,b1
Nov 1817 Bermondsey, England. He was an MD and pharmacist in Rochester, NY, later in New
York City; he invented baking powder. Issue: (BRYAN)

2488.Mary Maria, b 20 Apr 1850; m Albert C. Donaldson. Issue: .
Stuart Alvin (1886)

2489.Henrietta Eliza, b 26 Sep 1851; a contralto singer; m Jasper Lambie; had a dry goods
store Northampton, MA 1885-1916. Issue: .
Bessie, m Dickie; .
Morris, a prof. at Tufts Univ (2

sons); .
Margaret, a lawyer in Washington, DC in 1953, unm. Possibly also a son Arthur.

2490.Emily Betsey, b 20 Aug 1854

2491.William James, b 30 Apr 1858

2492.Morgan Hayner, b 9 Oct 1863

2493.Stanley Nicholas, b 14 Feb 1866

1515. WILLIAM MICHAEL HAYNER, b 19 Apr 1823 Brunswick, NY, d 19 May 1895
Parma, NY; m 11 Nov 1848 Maria Antoinette Emerson, b 16 Apr 1830 Troy, NY, d 9 Apr
1926, Spencerport, NY, d/o Philo & Ruth Emerson (relative of Ralph Waldo Emerson). Their
first dau b in Grafton, NY, the others in Parma, NY.

+
2494.Mary Aldine, b 23 Jul 1850
2495.Edith, b 17 Sep 1860, d 5 Sep 1915; m Homer Kintz, d 29 Oct 1932; no ch.
2496.Helen E., b 19 Dec 1865, d 5 Sep 1915; unm; she d same day as her sister in a car
accident.

+
2497.Alice, b 29 Jul 1868
1516. CATHERINE ELIZABETH HAYNER, b 29 Apr 1825 b Grafton, NY. She m Esriel
Howe (b MA). Not firmly proved that this Catherine was indeed the daughter of Nicholas Hayner
(#677) but seems probable. Issue: (HOWE)

2498.Ella, b 19 Mar 1858, d 24 Sep 1917, m ca 1890 Harrison McChesney, b 17 Mar
1853, d 4 May 1912 Rensselaer, NY (Jennie 1895 m John Hansen).

1517. ROBERT W. HAYNER, b 11 Jan 1831 Center Brunswick, NY, m Lydia.

2499.Arthur

2500.Eugene

1518. JOHN WESLEY HAYNER, b 2 Oct 1833, d 24 Apr 1906; m 11 Nov 1883 Elizabeth
Ann Boomhower, b 20 Sep 1837, d 8 May 1907. Both were b, m, and d in Brunswick, NY.

+
2501.Bion Wesley, b 27 Jul 1862
1519. MARY EVELYN HAYNER, b 3 Jul 1836 Center Brunswick, NY, d 26 Sep 1927 Burkett
NE. She m Thomas Sanders, a judge; b 2 Apr 1837 Troy NY, d 27 Jul 1909 Columbus, NE. His
children spelled the name with a “u.” Issue: (SAUNDERS)

2502.Horatio Brinsmaid, b 15 Jan 1860 Troy, NY, d 1 Jan 1935 Eau Claire WI. He m
Martha Belle Jay, b 21 Aug 1857 Fairfield IA, d 8 Oct 1939 Eau Claire WI. Issue: .
Korinne Ivy,
b 21 Dec 1892, d 21 Apr 1986; m John Wesley Morrill, b 9 Sep 1890, d 12 Jul 1957 (2 sons, 2
daughters); .
Nellie, d in NE.

2503.Charlotte E., b 11 Oct 1879, d Thursday 28 Aug 19xx in Tucson, AZ (per obit, year
not given); m — P. Jarmin.

2504.Frank, b and d 1879 in NE.

1524. MARGARET HAYNER, b 25 Jul 1834 Brunswick, NY; not sure she was dau of Nicholas
Hayner and Catherine Cipperly, placed here as in HFH. She d 1 Nov 1915 Eagle Mills, NY; m(1)
7 Sep 1850 Levi Wagar, killed 12 May 1864 at Spottsylvania. Issue: (WAGER)

2505.John M., b 14 Sep 1851, d 1931 Poughkeepsie, NY.

2506.William L., b 29 Dec 1855

2507.Dexter F., b 1 Feb 1858

2508.Oscar, b 24 Jun 1860; m 1 Dec 1904 Satie Peckham. Issue (order uncertain): .
Olin; .
Lorna, m — Bink; .
Altheda, d. y.; .
Harland O., d 21 Feb 1992 age 81, m. Naomi
E., no ch. Note: There were five Peckham sisters: Satie, m Oscar Wagar (see above); Minnie, m
Charles Boomhower (#2510); Susan, m Gilbert Hayner (#1592); Edith, m Howard Wagar; and

Ethel, twin of Edith, who m(1) Eugene Silas Feathers and m(2) Ai Bonesteel who later m Harriet
Frances Hayner (#2515).

1524. MARGARET HAYNER, b 25 Jul 1834; m(2) Peter Boomhower, s/o Jacob Boomhower
& Elizabeth Miller. He served in Civil War; his farm, now gone, was on Campbell Hill in
Brunswick, NY. Issue: (BOOMHOWER)

2509.Laura, b 16 Jun 1868, d 1876 in Brunswick, NY.

2510.Charles Henry, b 28 Jan 1870, d 6 Jul or 17 Apr 1956; m 12 Mar 1888 or 22 Jan
1890 Minnie Peckham, b 1872, d 1935 Brunswick, NY . Issue: He had 12 children, all b
Brunswick NY: .
Viola May, b 16 Nov 1890, d 1961 Troy NY, a nurse; m Floyd Cheever, pastry
chef. .
Alfred, b 12 Mar 1892, d 3 May 1958, grain elevator emp.; m Pearl Reid; .
Hazel
Margaret, b 7 Dec 1893, d 8 Apr 1959, m Joseph Nichols (1 son); .
Mabel, b 18 Sep 1895,
d 26 Aug 1980 Bennington VT; m Elmer Sanderson, RR conductor; .
Elda Ann, b 30 Nov 1898,
d 7 Jul 1975, m Robert Baird (2 daughters); .
Ralph, b 18 Nov 1900, d 28 Feb 1979, Hwy Dept;
m Frances Bott, shirt factory worker (1 son, 1 daughter); .
Myra Christina, b 8 Nov 1902, d
8 Dec 1986; m Gustave Brandt (2 sons); .
Wilbur, b 25 Jun 1905, d 8 Dec 1986, barber, arsenal
worker, m Julia Prespare (2 sons, 1 daughter); .
Mildred, b 25 Mar 1907, d 12 May 1907; .
Everell, b 21 Mar 1908, d 23 May 1908; 11. Everett Peckham, b 21 Mar 1908, d 19 Dec 1973
Troy, NY; was with NY State Dept. of Transportation; m Cecilia Mary Prespare, res
Cropseyville, NY (2 sons, 2 daughters); 12.Dorothy, b 17 Dec 1909, d 28 Dec 1909.

2511.Harvey G., b 15 Mar 1873, d 3 Apr 1939; m Daisy Simmons, b 15 Oct 1874, d 3 Apr
1949 Brunswick, NY. Issue: .
Grace, m Thomas Richmond, no ch; .
Guy, m, 1 or 2 ch; .
Carl, m
Pauline Beedle, 2 dau and a son.

1526. ANDREW HAYNER, b 1835, d 7 Nov 1907 age 72, eldest of 14 children. He m Lena M.

Barringer. Prob. lived in Grafton, NY.

2512.Albert

2513.Arthur

1527. ELIZABETH HAYNER, m(1) Samuel Judson Abbott. Issue: (ABBOTT)
2514.Jennie, m Frank Searles Wilson, 2 ch.

1527. ELIZABETH HAYNER, m(2) George Wager.

1528. ANSON HAYNER, b 1839, d 1911; m Elizabeth Myers, b 27 Aug 1846, d 11 Feb 1928;
both were b, m and d in Brunswick, NY.

+
2515.Harriet, b 18 May 1865
+
2516.Georgianna, b 14 Feb 1868
2517.Edna, b 1 Nov 1872, d 5 May 1881
2518.Irving, b 1 May 1874, d 5 Jul 1880
+
2519.Amy May, b 31 May 1882
1529. JERUSHA HAYNER, m Ed Roberts of Pittstown, NY. Issue: (ROBERTS)
2520.Emma J., d 19 Dec 1909.

1531. GILBERT HAYNER, b 12 Mar 1848, d 10 May 1917; m 27 Feb 1868 Martha Coonradt,
b 25 Dec 1850, d 16 Mar 1919, said to be a cousin. Both b, m and d in Brunswick, NY. Martha’s
mother, Caroline Dimond, by tradition was of Cherokee descent (1880 census has her and her
parents b in NY.)

+
2521.Lorinda Helen, b 5 Jun 1871

2522.Emma J., b 6 Nov 1872, m 12 Feb 1901 Herman Ratz; 2 ch died in infancy.

+
2523.John G., b 19 Apr 1875
+
2524.William M., b 23 Dec 1877
+
2525.Etta A., b 10 Jan 1880
+
2526.Elva C., b 23 May 1881
2527.Marcia A., b 3 Jun 1883, d 17 Dec 1971; unm.
+
2528.Frances, b 21 Oct 1884
+
2529.Ida Mae, b 1 Jan 1888
+
2530.Herbert Allen, b 6 Mar 1894
1534. ALMIRA HAYNER, twin of Mary, b Nov 1854 m 1876 or 1877 William Folderman, b

May 1854. Issue: (FOLDERMAN)

2531.Sherman, b Nov 1881, d Nov 1954, never married.

2532.Robert, b Apr 1884

2533.Cornelia, b Dec 1886, m William C. Pitcher

2534.Marcus, b 2 Oct 1888, d 16 Jul 1945; m 5 Dec 1906 Harriet May McCovey, b 30
Sep 1885, d 19 Jun 1964. Issue: .
Alida C., b 13 Dec 1907, m Elmer Behnke (2 daughters); .
son (married).

2535.Pearl, b Nov 1891

1535. SIDNEY HAYNER, b Brunswick, NY, d 19 Dec 1960; m(1) Mary Freemantle, d 31 Oct

1889 age 33.

2536.Cora, b ca 1880, d 13 Oct 1889 age 9.

2537.Maude, b ca 1882, d 2 Apr 1886 age 4

2538.Mamie, b ca 1884, d 6 Apr 1886 age 2

2539.Evart, b ca 1885, d 2 Sep 1887 age 2

1535. SIDNEY HAYNER, m(2) Catharine Elizabeth Corcoran, d 18 Dec 1960.

+
2540.William J., b 28 Feb 1892
+
2541.Mary E, b 24 Feb 1896 (g-s in Sand Lake NY has b 1895, d 1963)
1536. ELISHA HAYNER, b 1857 (twin of Elijah), b Brunswick, NY, d there; he m Retta Davis.

+
2542.Arthur, b 1881
+
2543.Stella, b 1884
2544.Jennie F., b 5 Sep 1888, d 3 Aug 1890
2545.Stanley, b 29 Jun 1892, d 1945; unm.
1545. OLIVE HAYNER, (middle name Coon or Coons), b 27 Aug 1862 Brunswick, NY, d 24

Jul 1938 Troy, NY; m Robert Smart, d 19 Nov 1890 Troy, NY. Issue: (SMART)

2546.Clinton, d 16 Oct 1957. He res CA; had an early Bible.

2547.Eleanor

2548.Kenneth

2549.Winifred

2550.Gregory

2551.Olive

1550. JULIA ANN HAYNER, b 22 Oct 1821, d after 1878; m her first cousin William Hayner
(not placed), he b in NY State. William was at one time Supt. of Schools in town of Rock, WI.
Issue: (HAYNER)

+
2552.John Ed

+ 2553.Marvin
1551. LEVI HAYNER, b 5 Apr 1824, bp 17 Aug 1824 (Pittstown, NY). He was mentioned in his
father’s will, written 1878 but in an 1880 codicil was stated to be recently deceased. The name of
his wife is not known.

2554.Henry, b in Rock Co., WI.

1552. JOHN GEORGE HAYNER, b 7 Feb 1832; farmer in Rock Co., WI, later moved to
Janesville. The name of his wife is not known.

2555.Israel, d. y.

+ 2556.John Brigham, b 23 Mar 1865
1554. LEWIS TILLMAN HAYNER, b 3 Apr 1837 Rensselaer Co., NY, d 31 Mar 1888
Janesville, WI. In 1852 he went with his parents to Rock Co WI where he was a farmer, owner,
dealer, and trainer of horses. He and his brother George purchased the first registered Percheron
stallion in that part of the country and had it shipped to America from France. Lewis had 10 or 12
Percheron colts in a field, was kicked in the ribs while trying to catch a pair, and contracted
pneumonia from which he died leaving a wife and 4 minor children. He m 21 Feb 1867 Louise
Jane Bemis, b 20 Jan 1847 in WI, d 26 Nov 1928 Janesville, WI, d/o Albert Bemis & Martha
Ann Fowle. Martha’s father Benjamin Fowle was cabin boy on Lord Nelson’s flagship “The
Victory” throughout the Napoleonic Wars.

+ 2557.Albert Lee, b 31 Mar 1871
+ 2558.Charlotte Mae, b 28 Feb 1875
+ 2559.Martha Louise, b 4 Dec 1884
+ 2560.William Lewis, b 3 Apr 1886
1555. ELIZABETH HAYNER, b 18 Apr 1817 Grafton, NY, bp 27 Jul 1817 as d/o Elias &
Lydia Haner, d 6 Aug 1884 Cropseyville, NY, age 67 (g-s). She m 22 Dec 1836 Daniel
McChesney, b 3 May 1815, d 18 Oct 1900, s/o Joseph McChesney & Catharine Shook. He was a
blacksmith at Pittstown, NY. Issue: (McCHESNEY)

2561.Warren, b 15 Nov 1837, d 30 Jul 1839.

2562.Jerusha, b 8 Apr 1839, d 22 Nov 1915 at Pittstown; unm.

2563.Mary Catharine, b 11 Feb 1841, d 11 Jul 1892; m Adam Bulson, b 6 Mar 1835, d 28
Feb 1910.

2564.Marvin, b 12 Feb 1843, d 28 Oct 1886; m Louisa Miller, b 28 May 1846; 5 ch.

2565.Jane Frances, b 26 Jul 1845, d 2 May 1934, m John Henry Gibbs, b 12 Mar 1834, d
30 Mar 1897; 4 ch.

2566.Charles Chester, b 4 Jun 1849, d 11 Sep 1852.

2567.Adelbert, b 21 Dec 1852, d 26 Aug 1875.

2568.Alice I., b 30 Jun 1856, m 23 Sep 1885 Ralph Crouch.

1556. FANNY HAYNER, b 18 Jul 1822 Grafton, NY, d 30 Jul 1876; she m 22 Mar 1849 as his
2nd wife William J. McChesney, b 27 Sep 1820, d 25 Oct 1889, s/o Joseph McChesney &
Catharine Shook (her sister married his brother). Issue (McCHESNEY)

2569.John, b ca 1851

2570.Charles B., b Grafton NY ca 1853, d 22 Dec 1871.

2571.Catherine

2572.Mary, b ca 1860

1558. NORMAN HAYNER, b 3 Feb 1828 Grafton, NY, d 2 Feb 1891 Cuyahoga Falls, OH
where he taught in the high school. He m his pupil Miriam Hinde, b 5 May 1840 in England, d 9

Nov 1930 in Rocky River, OH. He was later a business partner with his father-in-law John Hinde,
cord and string manufacturer. Issue in Cuyahoga Falls, OH.

+
2573.Mary Evelyn, b 29 Sep 1859
+
2574.George Marsh, b 11 Aug 1861
2575.Nellie G., d 1950; unm; cared for her mother in Cleveland.
+
2576.James Frederick, b 22 Sep 1866
2577.Augusta, organist; member Cleveland Organ Guild; unm.
+
2578.John Hinde, b ca 1868
2579.Norman Courtenay, b 2 Oct 1870 Troy, NY; d 21 Sep 1941; a chemical
manufacturer in Rochester, NY. He m Florence Whiting Williams, a widow who was a talented
poet and artist; no issue.

1561i. CAROLINE HAYNER, b Sep.1842, m Howard Festus Bliss on 25 Oct 1866 in

Janesville, Rock Co. WI. Issue (BLISS)

2579a.George

2579b.Harry,

2579c.Emma

2579d.Charles

1564. ADAM CLARK HAYNER, b ca 1852 Janesville, WI; m Charlotte Downes (Lottie), d/o
Frederick B. Downes & Charlotte Sabrina Rowley. He lived in the Hyde Park area of Chicago,
IL. (Note: Some names in this family are derived from Charlotte’s grandparents, Nathaniel
Rowley and Lucy La Mont).

+
2580.Frederick Downes, b 8 Jul 1878
2581.Everette, married twice, settled in Kansas City then went to Texas.
+
2582.Silas Addison, b 1891
1562. ADELLA J. HAYNER (“Dell”), b Dec 1846 m Wallace A. Lowell, b Nov 1846 in NY.
Wallace and his brother-in-law Adam Hayner owned a furniture store believed destroyed in the
Chicago fire. Issue: (LOWELL)

2583a.Allie, b ca 1872 in Illinois (1880 census for Cook Co., IL)

2583b.Josephine, b Sep 1873 in Illinois (1880 and 1900 censuses for Cook Co., IL)

2583c.Emma B., b Mar 1877 in Illinois (1880 and 1900 censuses for Cook Co., IL)

2583d.Margaret; she sang in the first production of The Red Mill in New York City.

1577. SANFORD P. HAYNER, b 1837 Brunswick, NY; m Eleanor Ames of MA. He moved
with his parents to Rock Co., Wisconsin where he had issue.

+
2584.Fred Ames, b 1871
1585. LEVI HAYNER, b 22 Jun 1823. Believed to be subject of a biographical sketch of Levi
Hayner, “born 1824 in New York State” who came to Illinois in 1850 as a journeyman machinist
and in 1866 became partner in Smith, Hayner & Co. Foundry and Machinists in Quincy, IL. He
appears to have gone first to Janesville, Rock Co., IL. In 1852 he m Nancy Kinnaman, b in
Ohio.

2585.Henry F., b 1855

1586. EMILY J. HAYNER, b 16 Mar 1839 Brunswick, NY, d there 4 May 1922; m Michael
Coonradt, b 1836, d 1904. Issue: (COONRADT)

2586.Edna, b 1871, d 1872

1587. CHARLES H. HAYNER, b 5 Dec 1840, d 13 Jan 1923; m 12 Dec 1865 Stella A. van der

Heyden, b 3 Jun 1848, d 31 Mar 1914. Both were b, m, and d in Brunswick, NY.

2587.Mattie, b 6 Dec 1868, d 15 Aug 1891; m 28 Jan 1886 Robert E. Collins.

2588.Mary E., b 20 Jul 1872, d 15 Jan 1918 Brunswick, NY; m Hiram Sheffer, s/o
Albertus Sheffer & Clista File.

2589.Delrogan, b 30 Aug 1890, d 28 Jan 1893.

1595. MARY PRISCILLA HAYNER, b 5 Apr 1837; m David Nelson Hayner, b 17 Apr 1831,
d 17 Feb 1863, her first cousin (#1598), s/o David Hayner & Magdalena Bornt. See his entry for
their 5 children.

1597. JACOB HENRY HAYNER, b 5 Sep 1828 Brunswick, NY, d there 16 Jun 1907 on the
farm later owned by his grandson A. Hayner. He m 10 Jun 1854 Elizabeth Brust, b 29 May
1828 Brunswick, NY, d there May 1911, d/o Adam Brust & Jane File.

+
2590.Eunida Adell, b 31 Jan 1855
+
2591.Alonzo, b 5 Oct 1858
2592.Addison, d inf.
2593.Emma Louisa, b 7 Jun 1862, d Feb 1941; m George Wheeler, no issue.
+
2594.Richard, b 29 Aug 1865
2595.Florence, b 25 Feb 1868, d 7 Aug 1870
1598. DAVID NELSON HAYNER, b 17 Apr 1831, d 17 Feb 1863; m 4 Jul 1858 Mary
Priscilla Hayner, b 5 Apr 1837, his first cousin (#1595), d/o Jacob Frederick Hayner & Malinda
Rogers. Both were b, m, and d in Brunswick, NY.

+
2596.Myron, b 28 Jul 1859
1599. MAGDALENA ANN HAYNER, b 23 Aug 1832, d 12 Oct 1868; m 24 May 1856 Joseph
Winslow, b 11 Jan 1836, d 20 Apr 1903; both were b, m, and d in Brunswick, NY. Issue:
(WINSLOW)

2597.Etta, b Sep 185x, d Nov 1905; m Calvin Roberts, b Sep 1856, d Jan 1924; both were
b, m, and d in Brunswick, NY.

2598.Edgar, m Emma Schism

2599.Viola, m Carl Robbins

1600. IRVING HAYNER, b 8 Apr 1838 Brunswick, NY, d 28 Jun 1919; a lawyer in Troy, NY.
He m Caroline Halliday, b 19 Jun 1846 Brunswick, NY, d 20 Jan 1922 Troy, NY. Issue in Troy,
NY.

2600.Irving, b 1 Feb 1869, d 29 Jan 1880.

2601.Horatio Henry, b 6 Feb 1871, d 20 Sep 1898 in the Spanish-American War. He was
a lawyer, died of typhoid fever in the US two days after being mustered out of the NY Second
Volunteer Regiment.

+
2602.Mittie, b 17 Nov 1873
+
2603.Helen
2604.Carolyn, b 26 Jul 1882, d 26 Jul 1925
1606. PHILIP HANER, b 25 Apr 1828 Brunswick, NY, d there 25 Dec 1875; m 10 Dec 1851
Fanny Springer, b 5 Nov 1827, d 18 Apr 1890 Brunswick, NY. Issue there:

2605.John Martin, b 8 Sep 1852, d 14 Jul 1854

+
2606.Emma Catherine, b 6 Dec 1855
2607.Sarah Arvilla, b 8 Jun 1858, d 24 Sep 1875
+
2608.Philip Springer, b 16 Jun 1864

1607. KATHERINE HANER, b 16 Jun 1831 Brunswick, NY, d there 25 Feb 1858; m Jacob
Stover, d 1873; issue in Lansingburgh, NY. Issue: (STOVER)

2609.Sarah Etta, b 8 Jul 1855, d 9 Mar 1894; m 18 Dec 1878 John Bryan Banker
(Bancker), b 30 Mar 1855, d 1899. He was said to be her 2nd cousin, but 3rd cousins seems
possible, through brothers Wilhelmus (#203) and George (#207). This is not clear. See #1514
Henrietta Hayner, who m James Bryan. Issue, Troy, NY: .
Ilai Maude (1879); .
Edith S.
(1881); .
Platt Bryan (1883); .
John Jacob (1885); .
Kate S. (1887); .
Raymond (1892), d.inf.; .
Harriet Elizabeth (1893) d inf. Platt and John went to Sycamore, IL.

1608. GEORGE HANER, b 29 May 1835 Brunswick, NY, d 18 May 1892 Schaghticoke, NY; m
Jane Gifford, b 31 Oct 1836, d 1909 Schaghticoke, NY. Owner of fine race horses, raced at
many U. S. tracks.

2610.George Ira, b 23 Sep 1859, d May 1910 Schaghticoke, NY; m Emma Quackenbush,
b 1863, d 1914; no issue.

+
2611.Katherine (“Kate”), b 9 Sep 1861
1611. MARY ELIZABETH HAYNER, b 1831, d 1897, m Martin Eycleshymer. Issue:
(EYCLESHYMER)

2612.Estella Josephine, b 1867, d 1916; m 1889 John W. Gemmill, 4 ch, including Carrie
Elizabeth who m Sidney Bisgrove, Lansingburgh.

1618. MARY ELIZABETH HAYNER (“Libbie”), m Francis Robb. (Perhaps her husband was

Willard Robb). They res Cranesville, NY. Issue: (ROBB)

2613.Charles, res 1956 Amsterdam, NY; may have had son Francis.

2614.James, b ca 1880, d ca 1948, bu Schenevus, NY. He m ca 1900 Ella Houghton, went
to Florida, no ch.

2615.Ida, d before 1956, unm.

1621. SILAS HAYNER, b 29 Apr 1849 Philadelphia, PA, d 1920, bu Mechanicville NY cem.
After his father died in 1851, he and his mother came to Half Moon, Saratoga Co., NY where
worked for his uncle Alex Bulson on the home farm, which he later purchased. He m 1 Jan 1872
Elvira M. Althouse, b 23 Mar 1849, d 14 Apr 1924, d/o Peter M. Althouse & Margaret Smith of
Clifton Park, NY.

2616.Mary Etta, b ca 1873, d 26 Jan 1947; m Willard S. Lasher, b 1873, d 1968; res
Clifton Park, NY.

+
2617.Arthur Peter, b 11 Dec 1874
+
2618.Willard Silas, b 1878
2619.Bertha M., b 1880, d 1894
+
2620.Adaline May (“Ada”), b 1882
1626. ANTOINETTE VICTORINE HAYNER, b 16 Mar 1838 Brunswick, NY; m(1) 24 Dec

1856 Morgan J. Coonradt, b 7 May 1837. Issue: (COONRADT)

2621.Caroline E., b 27 Mar 1858

2622.Ella Frances, b 6 Feb 1862, d 29 Mar 1862.

2623.Burton Nelson, b 12 Feb 1867

2624.Alva Grant, b 15 Sep 1868

2625.Nathan Morgan, b 21 Jul 1872 (a Col.)

1626. ANTOINETTE VICTORINE HAYNER, b 16 Mar 1838; m(2) Elias E. Jureal.

1627. CATHERINE MARENDA HAYNER, b 29 Dec 1839 Brunswick, NY, d 29 Jan 1906

Des Moines, IA, bu McFall, MO; m 25 Feb 1864 Mortimer Hubbard, b 1 Aug 1823 Otsego
Co., NY. Mortimer went on to North Dakota where he homesteaded; 2 of the children eventually
joined him there; he d 5 Apr 1912 Fargo, ND. Issue: (HUBBARD)

2626.Edward Lincoln, b 19 Dec 1864

2627.John Wesley Hubbard, b 28 Oct 1868 Whiteside Co., IL, d 27 Aug 1961 Ashby,
MN. He m 15 Jul 1891 Mary Elizabeth Steinmetz, b 14 Apr 1865 Knox Co., OH, d 7 Jul 1937
Detroit Lakes, MN. The 4th of their 5 children in Generation [8] was:

[8].Maurice Hubbard, b 26 Sep 1900 Stafford Co. KS, d 13 Nov 1980 Fargo, ND.

He m 21 Oct 1921 at Gallatin, MO Victoria Elizabeth Gibbany, b 6 Dec 1896, d 19

Apr 1974. (2 children, grandchildren).

2628.Clarissa Eliza (Clare), b 3 Mar 1872; m 4 Jul 1894 Harry E. Siegfried, b 11 Oct
1896, d before 1953; 1 son.

2629.Sarah Maria Hubbard, b May 1874 Nanticoke Hundred, Sussex Co., DE, d 12 Jan
1955 Madison, WI. She m(1) Elliott H. Sweet, b 28 Feb 1866, d 6 Jul 1895. She m(2) 23 Dec
1903 George Paul Wenrick, b 10 Feb 1879 LaSalle, MI, d 3 Jul 1907 Des Moines, IA. In
Generation [8] they had one child:

[8].Everett George Wenrick, b 20 Apr 1907 Des Moines, IA, d 21 Oct 1995. He

m 9 Sep 1928 Mildred Mae Haycock, b 17 Apr 1908, d 2 Jan 2001 in FL. They had

one daughter and a grandson.

2630.Perry Wilson, b 11 Mar 1879 Marysville, KS, d 2 Oct 1957 Russellville, KY; m
Mary Wacker; 4 ch.

1628. FRANCIS CAROLINE HAYNER, b 2 Feb 1845 Brunswick, NY, d 20 Apr 1925 Ladd,
IL; m 6 Dec 1866 Sidney Sylvester File, b 22 Jun 1841, d 9 Jun 1921, s/o Joshua File & Mary
Ann Coonradt; grandson of Abraham File (#140) and Magdalena Schmid. He came to Davis
Junction, IL from Herkimer Co., NY. Issue: (FILE)

2631.Elmer C., b ca 1872, d 8 Jul 1923; an M.D. in Rockford, IL; m Margaret. Issue: .
Graham; .
Margaret, m Helge Carlson, had a son Clayton B.

2632.Willis Tremaine File, b 22 Dec 1873 Davis Junction,IL, d 14 Aug 1960 Butte, MT;
m 22 Sep 1900 Frances Pearl Phillips, b 19 Sep 1874 Footsville, WI, d 25 May 1945 Butte, MT.
Issue in Generation [8]:

[8a].Sidney Phillips File, b 4 Oct 1903 Butte, MT, d 3 Jul 1973 Melbourne, FL;

YMCA work; m 26 Nov 1928 Helen Elizabeth Day, b 4 Oct 1905, d 22 Mar 1985

Melbourne, FL. (1 daughter, 1 son, grandchildren).

[8b].son, grandchildren.

2633.Bessie, b 12 Jan 1876, d 28 Apr 1950; m Horace Beacham. Issue: .
Clayton T., b 1
Mar 1907, res Sunbury, PA. He m(1) — (1 son, grandchildren). He m(2) Nina (d 1978) (1 son, 1
daughter). He m(3) Ann Sherington.

1629. MARIETT ELIZABETH HAYNER, b 10 Sep 1848, m 28 Dec 1865 Nathaniel L.

Williams. The order of their 9 children is not certain. Issue: (WILLIAMS)

2634.Alva, d age 2; she was the oldest child.

2635.Alta, m — Thompson, res Lafayette, Iowa; Issue: .
Malry; .
Dewey; prob. killed in
WWI; left a wife and a daughter; Alta had 5 g-ch incl. Keith Thompson, d 1994 age 57.

2636.Nathalia, m — Potter (?); Issue: .
John Potter

2637.Minnie, d ca 1946, m Mart Cronk, d ca 1952, res Alhambra CA. Issue: .
Mildred,
unm (d); .
Harold, married, had 2 sons.

2638.Ruby, b ca 1882 Fayette IA, d 8 Mar 1962 Naches, WA; moved to WA in 1908. She
m(1) — McNaul. Issue: 4 ch including .
Burnett married, res Naches WA, no ch unless after
1942; .
Bob, married, d in hunting accident, no ch; .
Zenita, m — Oxford, res Anchorage AK

then Langley WA. Ruby m(2) Rolland Card Moore, b ca 1886, d 12 Aug 1949 Naches, WA.

2639.John, d age 59; a lawyer and a judge, unm.

2640.Chester, res Minneapolis MN then moved to Sioux Falls SD in the 1930s. Issue: .
Donald res Cincinnati OH then moved to Arlington TX in the early 1950s; m — , had 2
daughters.

2641.Susie, b 26 Mar 1876, d May 1960; m 26 Mar 1896 Henry Hettler d May 1960;
farmer near Fayette, IA. Issue: .
Helena Mae, b 14 May 1897, d Feb 1984 m 3 Oct 1920 Anthony
Yzerman, b 10 Feb 1887 in the Netherlands, d Jan 1958, a grocer (1 daughter) .
Mariette
Blanche, b 1901, d ca 1918 age 17. .
Frances Marie, b 9 Aug 1910, d Jun 1973; unm; taught
home economics at Brookings State University in SD.

2642.Myrtle, m 27 Sep 1911 John Barr, res Iowa. Issue: (1 daughter, 2 sons,
grandchildren).

1631. CHARLES DEWITT HAYNER, b 11 Apr 1861 Cherry Valley, IL, d 18 Mar 1939
Wasco, OR; m 3 Jun 1885 Rubie Dee Moore, b 3 Feb 1865 Kankakee Co., IL, d 23 Oct 1940
Wasco, OR, d/o Hugh Webster Moore & Tryphena Plumb Edmunds.

+
2643.Mabel Clair, b 19 Jun 1886
+
2644.Ada Frances, b 18 May 1888
+
2645.Sadie Maude, b 31 Mar 1894
2646.Edwin Everett, b 3 Oct 1898, d 22 Mar 1902
2647.Charles Royal, b 22 Dec 1906, d 15 Oct 1918
1633. LUCRETIA HAYNER, b 3 Mar 1837, m Morgan Cipperly; issue in Brunswick, NY:
(CIPPERLY)

2648.Jacob Henry, b 1854; m Hattie Roberts; no ch.

2649.William, b 1856

2650.George, b 1858

2651.Morgan, b 1860

2652.Edward, b 1862; m Annia McNamee, res Troy, NY.

2653.Charles, b 1864, d age 4

2654.Albatine, b 1866

2655.Emma, b 1868, m John Young; res Troy, NY.

2656.Lottie, b 1870, unm.

2657.Ardele, b 1872

2658.Phoebe, b 1875; m David Greenhill; had 1 son Earl.

2659.Elizabeth, b 1877, m John Bestle; res Troy, NY.

1634. SARAH HAYNER, b 15 Oct 1838, d 14 May 1884; m Thomas Quackenbush, d May
1901; both b, m and d in Brunswick, NY. Issue: (QUACKENBUSH)

2660.Lillian May, b 20 Sep 1868, d 29 Oct 1962. She m(1) 14 Oct 1889 Theodore R.
Hoffman, b 30 Mar 1855, d 23 Dec 1911. Issue: .
Harold E., b 30 Oct 1890 (m Ethel Morris); .
Merwin, b 22 Jun 1892 (m Florence Holmes). Lillian m(2), name not known; m(3) George Wager
(perhaps Wagner).

1635. JOSEPHINE HAYNER, b 13 May 1841, d 1900; m 1859 William Henry Smith, in
Brunswick, NY. Issue: (SMITH)

2661.Emma Louise Smith, b Schaghticoke, NY 23 May 1864; she m 3 times as
summarized below. She m(1) Theodore Hamm, b 1840 Schaghticoke, NY, d ca 1895; had 4
children in Generation [8]:

[8] .
Josephine Hamm, b ca 1882; .
Harriet Hamm (Haddie); .
Herman
Frederick Hamm (Harmon, Hiram), b 3 Dec 1887, changed his name to Fred

LaVoice; m Margarite, issue (order uncertain): (5 children); .
William Hamm, born

shortly after his father was killed in a railroad accident ca 1895.

2661.Emma Louise Smith, b 23 May 1864; went to Belchertown, MA as housekeeper in
the Chandler family; she m(2) George Fay Chandler, b 16 Aug 1843, d Dec 1901, age 58; a
violinist and music teacher in Amherst, MA; had 1 son in Generation [8]:

[8] .
Charles Philander Chandler, b 14 Dec 1899, d 27 Jan 1970, m 21 Jul 1924
Alice Elizabeth Devens, b 11 Jul 1903, d 14 Jun 1986. (4 children, grandchildren).
2661.Emma Louise Smith, b 23 May 1864; m(3) Herbert Franklin Cutting of
Belchertown, MA; had 2 children:

[8] .
Bertha Elizabeth Cutting, b 25 Aug 1903, d 2 Apr 1981.
[8] .
Herbert Franklin Cutting, Jr., b 18 Oct 1906, d 12 Sep 1988, m 1 Jun 1935
Ida M. LaRocque. (3 children, grandchildren).
2662.Alice, m Levi LaVoice; their son Louis LaVoice m Helen Welch, #2682, d/o
Aseneth Hayner Welch.
2663.William
2664.Jennie
2665.Edith
2666.Minnie

1642. EMMA ISABEL HAYNER, (also spelled Hainer; known as “Belle”), b. 1853 Troy, NY;
m 1875 or 1876 William S. Fenwick, b 1855 or 1856 Hartford, CT. They res in Derby, CT.
Issue: (FENWICK)

2667.Edna Mae, b 15 Sep 1877 Derby, CT; d 3 Sep 1957 Huntington Park, CA. She m 15
Jun 1895 Franklin Henry Seaman, b 4 Dec 1873 or 1874, d 6 Jan 1959 Huntington Park, CA.
Issue: .
Isabel (or Marion Isabel), b 23 May 1904, d 19 Nov 1990 Pasadena, CA; m Richard
Edwin Johnson, b 20 Jul 1900, d 7 Sep 1970 Pasadena, CA (1 daughter).

1643. MARTHA JANE HAYNER, b 1 May 1855 Haynerville, NY, d 12 Mar 1926 Shelton,
CT.; m Thomas A. Martin, b 18 Jul 1853, d 26 Jul 1907 in CT. Issue: (MARTIN)

2668.John Henry Martin, b 11 Dec 1871 Troy, NY, d 14 Jan 1893 Shelton, CT; m 21 Oct
1891 Sabina Evelina Smith, b 6 Jun 18xx, d 7 Oct 1957. The first of their 4 ch in Generation [8]
was:

[8].John Henry Martin, Jr., b 11 Oct 1892 Shelton, CT, d 6 May 1955; m 6 Sep

1916 Ida Gertrude Warr, b 2 Feb 1894, d 3 Apr 1957. (3 children, grandchildren).

2669.Charles Martin, b Jul 1874, d 27 Sep 1876.

2670.Georgianna Martin, b 1877, d 1 Jul 1878

2671.Phebe Martin, b 1877, d Nov 1879 age 2

2672.Lily Belle Martin, b ca 1883, m — Leavit of W. Hartford, CT

2673.Florence Martin, b ca 1886, m Charles Miller of Prattsville, NY

2674.George William Martin, b 13 Apr 1890 Huntington [now Shelton] CT; d 25 Apr
1933; m 20 Sep 1911 Cora May Murphy, b 27 Oct 1888, d 26 Aug 1962; res Shelton, CT. He was
a machinist. (4 sons, 1 daughter, grandchildren).

1644. ASENETH HAYNER, b 1857 Brunswick, NY, d Sep 1902 Easton, NY; m ca 1873
Charles Welch, d ca 1901. Issue: (WELCH)

2675.John, b 11 Jan 1874; a farmer at Schaghticoke Hill.

+ 2676.Mary Louisa (Mamie), b 23 Apr 1879; m #2765.John William Hayner, b 21 Jun
1872, s/o #1710.Isaac Newton Hayner. Issue listed under his code number.
2677.Mary
2678.Clara, d 1941; m John Thompson

2679.Charles

2680.Anna, m Joseph White

2681.Elizabeth, m Benson; 1 son

2682.Helen, m Louis LaVoice, s/o Levi LaVoice who m Helen’s first cousin #2662.Alice
Smith.

2683.Minnie Lillian, m Wesley John Hastings. Issue: (5 children).

2684.Clarence Edward, b 12 May 1899 Schaghticoke, NY, d 26 Oct 1981. Res Dudley,
MA, later in Philadelphia, PA. He m(1) Marian Larson. Issue : (2 daughters, 2 sons).

1647. GEORGE EZRA HAYNER, b 21 Aug 1843 Montezuma, Cayuga Co., NY; lost in the
Civil War (1865 census of his father’s family in Belmont, NY has George E., b Cayuga Co., an
engineer, now in the Navy). He m 1861 Louise Seivers, b in Germany; issue in Erie, PA:

2685.Sarah Elizabeth, b 3 Feb 1863

2686.Ralph (probable)

1649. ROYAL J. HAYNER, b 18 Mar 1848 Troy, NY, d 22 Apr 1892; lost at sea while in the

Navy. He m at Fulton, IA 15 Oct 1879 Retta Daniels, issue at Merrill, WI and Clinton, IA.

2687.Laura E., b 8 Dec 1884

2688.Lulu, b 30 Jan 1892

1650. AMELIA FRANCIS HAYNER, b 30 Sep 1850 Pittstown, NY, d 7 Oct 1909 Clinton, IA;
m at Belmont, NY 26 Apr 1872 George Adelbert Davie, b 10 Jan 1848, Bolivar, NY, d 17 Sep
1932 Lincoln, NE; they res Bolivar, NY, moved 1878 to Clinton, IA. Issue: (DAVIE)

2689.Royal James, b 24 Aug 1873, d 3 Sep 1874.

2690.Floyd Adelbert, b 10 May 1875, d 26 Feb 1937; a train conductor, d in a railroad
accident at Lisbon, IA. The following marriages and divorce are not confirmed. He m(1) Othelia
Spreeburg, b 3 Sep 1875, d 8 Jul 1936 (div). Issue: .
Edward Floyd, b 9 Nov 1908 (adopted), d
30 Oct 1962 (1son). Floyd A. Davie m(2) Hattie Trimble, b 13 Jun 1897, d 4 Feb 1989 (she had
prev. m George Woodard, 2 ch, and John Vail, 6 ch). Issue: 1 son.

2691.Alfred Elijah, b 25 Aug, 1877, d 10 Nov 1969; m 15 Jun 1899 Lois Rachel Newman
(“Rae”), d 1 Aug 1971. Issue (2 sons, 1 daughter, grandchildren).

2692.Elizabeth Francis (Bessie), b 9 Sep 1879, d 23 Dec 1962; m Louis E. Schmitt, b
1872, d 15 Apr 1959; an attorney in Portland, OR. Issue: (3 sons, grandchildren).

2693.Frederick George Hayner, 2nd, b 9 Jun 1883 Clinton, IA, d 10 Apr 1940; regional
Boy Scout exec., Lincoln, NE; m 2 Oct 1908 Maye Elizabeth Johnstone, b 11 Mar 1890, d 1 Apr
1981. Issue: (3 daughters, 1 son, grandchildren).

2694.Laura Evelyn, b 4 Feb 1892, d 5 Feb 1892.

1651. JOSEPH EDWIN HAYNER, b 20 Jun 1853 Hornellsville, Steuben Co., NY, d Leeper,
MO; m 19 Feb 1876 Mary Adell Wheelock (Mary Dell) of Clinton, IA. Soon thereafter he was a
saw mill supt. in Keokuk, IA.

2695.Hiram Wheelock, b 18 Feb 1878 Clinton, IA

2696.Maud Adell, b 15 Feb 1880 Belmont, NY; d.y.

2697.Billie

2698.Ned

2699.Alice

1654. FRANK HARLEM HAYNER (“Harlie”), b 31 Aug 1860 Jasper, Steuben Co., NY, d Jun
1945 Hoquiam, WA; m 29 Mar 1882 Mary Miller. Went to Keokuk, IA as a millwright under his
brother Joseph. When Joseph moved to Leeper, MO, Frank became the superintendent. Later
Harlie was supt. of a large saw mill in Boise, ID; this closed and they went to live with his dau
Jessie at Hoquiam, WA, where he died.

+ 2700.Jessie Amelia
1657. EMMA EDDY HAYNER, b 30 Jul 1846 Haynerville, NY, d 25 Oct 1657 Mendon Ponds,
near Pittsford, NY; m(1) 28 May 1868 Charles Day, b 18 Dec 1846 Mendon, NY where he d 1
Oct 1874. Issue: (DAY)

2701.John, b 1870

2702.Mary Catherine (Katie), b 1873, d 29 Aug 1898, bu Gasport, NY.

1657. EMMA EDDY HAYNER, b 30 Jul 1846, m(2) 21 Dec 1881 Robert M. Hopkins, b 1847,
d 1929; horseman and farmer; connected with the Mark Hopkins family of San Francisco, CA.
Issue: (HOPKINS)

2703.Jared Robert, b 6 Jul 1886; m 9 Jul 1913 Dorothy E. Pierce; no issue. Jared’s Pilgrim
ancestors were Stephen Hopkins and Gov. William Bradford. Brigadier General Caleb Hopkins,
War of 1812, settled at Irondequoit, near present Rochester, NY; sometime before 1800 moved to
Pittsford, NY, which he named after his boyhood home of Pittsford, VT. Jared R. Hopkins was a
farmer 1913-1929, in charge of wild game at Mendon Ponds Park 1929-1933; moved to
Lockport, NY in 1933; d after 1967.

1658. IRA W. HAYNER, b 3 Dec 1848 Haynerville, NY, d 5 Jul 1919 Middleport, NY; a farmer
and businessman. He m(1) Retta McChesney, b 1857, d 1879 or 1880, d/o George McChesney
& Sarah Kittenger; issue in Middleport, NY:

+ 2704.Burton Andrew, b 21 Jul 1875
2705.Charles H., b 4 Feb 1877 Gasport, NY, d 4 Jun 1965 Lockport, NY; m Nettie Knapp,
d 18 May 1951. Hay and grain dealer, Lockport and Middleport area; no issue.

1658. IRA W. HAYNER, b 3 Dec 1848; m(2) 4 Mar 1884 Bertha Bratt, b 10 Dec 1866, d 18
Feb 1903. She was related to Sidney Bratt, who m Elizabeth Hayner (#732), perhaps Bertha was
Sidney’s niece.

2706.Grover J., b 21 Feb 1885, d 27 Dec 1965; m 3 Jul 1907 Ethel A. Sheldon, b 9 Oct
1884, d 12 Mar 1980; res Niagara Falls, NY. He was a Veteran of the Mexican Border Campaign
of 1915; no issue.

+ 2707.Florence Nettie, b 14 Sep 1886
+ 2708.Francis Edward, b 13 Feb 1889
+ 2709.Mary, b May 1891
+ 2710.Andrew Jackson, b 10 Feb 1893
1660. MARY MARGARET HAYNER, b 14 Mar 1853 Brunswick, NY, d Newfane, NY; m

Louis Sawyer, a carpenter; issue in Newfane, NY: (SAWYER)

2711.Alice, b 1878, d 1920

2712.Gracer, b 1884, d 23 Oct 1947. She m Charles Taylor, b 1881, d 1945. (at least 1
son, grandchildren).

1662. NETTIE M. HAYNER, b 27 Dec 1866, d 22 Feb 1925; m William Brown, b 20 Sep

1868, d Nov 1948. Issue Medina, NY: (BROWN)

2713.Carl, d.y.

2714.Louis, res Detroit, MI

2715.Kathryn, beauty shop owner, Medina, NY; unm.

1663. WILLIAM ANDREW HAYNER (Willie), b 14 Jun 1869 Gasport, NY, d 25 Nov 1931
Rochester, NY; m 30 Dec 1896 Gertrude Wright Nichols, b 8 Apr 1868, d 14 Sep 1926; she
was a teacher, d/o Joseph Nichols & Harriet Wright; Joseph was s/o Samuel Nichols, b 1813 in

St. Giles, Cambridgeshire, England, who came to America as a young man. Issue Gasport, NY:
2716.John, b 1897, d.y.

+
2717.Clifford Nichols, b 30 Dec 1902
1666 FRANKLIN J. HAYNER, b 18 Jan 1855 Haynerville, NY, d there 31 May 1927. He was
a farmer and Justice of the Peace. He m 10 Oct 1878 Estella M. Snyder, d/o Jacob L. Snyder &
Mary Ann Bornt (#1602); Estella and Franklin were 2nd cousins once removed, both being
descended from the immigrant Johannes Haner’s grandson Johannes (#52) who m Catharina
Dater. The Snyder family originated in Germany and in 1923 at the old homestead in Brunswick,
NY there was a very old Bible printed in 1596, an old chest with a secret till brought from
Germany, and other relics including a musket, a drum with stars representing the 17 states, a
collection of candle molds, and old pewter dishes.

+
2718.Ethna, b 14 Jul 1879
2719.Inez, b 26 Sep 1881, d 5 Jul 1938; unm.
2720.Roscoe, b 18 Apr 1884, d 2 Jan 1907; unm.
1667. IDA MAY HAYNER, b 6 Aug 1861 Brunswick, NY, d 20 Sep 1940 Hasbrouck Heights,
NJ; m 23 Dec 1886 John Overocker, a commission merchant who d 4 Dec 1939 In Hasbrouck
Heights. Issue: (OVEROCKER)

2721.Randall, b 14 Apr 1889; a telephone engineer. He m(1) Grace Mae Milliken, b 6
May 1891, d 26 Aug 1938; m(2) 14 Mar 1940 Beatrice Mary Freed, b 17 Jan 1903.

1668. ELMER I. HAYNER, b 19 Nov 1863 Haynerville, NY, d there 30 May 1949. A farmer
and active in Gilead Lutheran Church. It was Elmer Hayner who related the story of the Haner
brothers who changed their name, all save George, who preferred to retain the Haner spelling. He
m 21 Dec 1891 Jessie Louise Springer, b 28 Oct 1866, d 13 May 1944, d/o John and Louisa M.
Springer. Issue in Haynerville:

2722.Calvin Willis, b 2 Oct 1892, d 27 Feb 1980; a field supervisor for Mobil Oil Co. He
m(1) 21 Jun 1924 Leah Pedneau, b 1 Aug 1881, d 9 Oct 1953; m(2) 2 Jun 1957 Grace Mickle
Baker (Mrs Ray B. Baker), b 15 Nov 1901, d 21 May 1986.

2723.Jennie, b 12 Mar 1894, d 16 Mar 1894

+
2724.Claire S., b 25 Dec 1895
+
2725.Floyd Elmer, b 21 Jun 1897
1671. ROYAL CLARENCE HAYNER, b 16 Jun 1870 Comanche, Clinton Co., IA, d Sep 1938;
m 20 Nov 1894 Minnie McClure, b 1 Mar 1874 Boonville, IL, d 5 Sep 1960.

+
2726.Franklin Harold, b 2 Nov 1895
+
2727.Jane, b 3 Nov 1898
+
2728.Helen Emily, b 18 Mar 1904
2729.Ruth, b 12 Apr 1908
1672. FRANKLIN MITCHELL HAYNER, b 27 Oct 1875 Newton, IL, d 7 Oct 1946 Las
Cruces, NM. He was a school principal in Low Moor, IA where he m(1) Nellie Adelaide Tate,b
4 Jan 1874 Low Moor, IA, d 19 Aug 1908 Las Cruces, NM, d/o Thomas Tate of Low Moor.
Franklin later was a rancher and lumber dealer at Las Cruces, NM where he purchased a large and
unusual adobe building, former home of the Governor of NM.

+
2730.Thomas Royal, b 27 Jul 1908
1672. FRANKLIN MITCHELL HAYNER, b 27 Oct 1875; m(2) 11 Dec 1912 in Albuquerque,
NM Olga Molenda Victoria Miller, d ca 1930s, res Las Cruces, NM. (2 daughters, 3 sons,
grandchildren).

1683. MARY ELIZABETH HAYNER, b 10 Aug 1828 Brunswick, NY, d 29 Jun 1898 Grafton,
NY. She m 13 Dec 1846 Edward D. McChesney, b 30 Oct 1824 Brunswick, NY, d there 23 Dec
1899. Res Grafton, later Brunswick; both bu Eagle Mills, NY. Issue: (McCHESNEY)

2736.Orvin S., b 25 Oct 1847, res Cropseyville.

2737.Alice Amelia, b 11 Nov 1849; m Ira H. Lawton; res Nyack, NY where he was Supt.
of Schools; 3 ch.

2738.Florence E., b 25 Oct 1851; m Charles Edward Link, res Brunswick; 3 ch.

2739.Charles H., b 4 Oct 1854; d 18 Mar 1884, res Grafton, unm

2740.Frank Eugene, b 12 Mar 1857; m Emma; 3 ch, res Troy.

2741.H. Alonzo, b 18 Apr 1860, an MD in Kansas City, MO; m 3 times, no ch.

2742.Russell, b 3 Sep 1869, b Cropseyville, NY; removed to Brownsville, TX ca 1905.
He m Caroline Melissa Hall of Nassau, NY; 3 ch. A niece, Mrs. Gladys Meier of Brownsville,
wrote ca 1958 a book History of the Hall Family, which now needs revision in light of later
findings.

1687. CAROLINE HAYNER, d after 1910, m 25 Oct 1867 Howard Festus Bliss, s/o Lewis &
Mary Jenkins. He was a co-owner and manager of a newspaper and printing shop in Janesville,
WI. Issue (all in the 1880 census); (BLISS)

2742a George H.

2742b.Harry

2742c.Emma

2742d.Charles L.
They adopted James and Faith Willmarth, children of one of Caroline’s sisters.

1690. LEONARD HERMAN HAYNER, b 26 Oct 1845, bp 2 May 1846 (Gil Luth), d 1895 (gs);
b on the homestead farm at Haynerville, NY in town of Brunswick; the land originally under
Patroon Stephen van Rensselaer and acquired by the Hayner family by a land grant; Leonard d
there 26 Dec 1895. He was postmaster at Haynerville and member of Gilead Lutheran Church.
He m Jannette Lockrow, b 4 Aug 1842, d 21 Jan 1907.

+
2743.Louis H., b 15 Feb 1869
2744.Ralph, b 1877, d 1892 at Haynerville, NY.
1694. ADELINE HAYNER, b 10 May 1841, d before 1915; prob ca 1911; m Alonzo V. Smith;

Issue: (SMITH)

2745.Ida, m Charles Smith, 2 sons.

2746.Marvin, m Anna Dater, 1 son.

2747.Nettie, m Jacob Boyce; 3 dau.

2748.Mary, d 1962; m Willard S. Hayner (#2618), b 1876 or 1878, d Feb 1938. Their 5 ch
listed under his code number.

2749.Alvah, (he was a twin, prob. of Mary); m Edith Jump, 2 ch

1696.ALLEN GEORGE HAYNER, b 15 Aug 1851 Brunswick, NY, d 29 Jan 1918 Portland,
OR. He moved to Portland, OR ca 1881 where he had a machinery business; m Philena
Mehitable Eaton, b 4 Aug 1855, d 21 Jan 1931 Portland, OR.

+
2750.George Charles, b 5 Dec 1876
+
2751.Emma H.
2752.Allen George, b 1 Oct 1883 Portland, OR, m(1) Eva Clapp, div; m(2) Olive
Parkhurst; m(3) Hattie Owens; no ch by any marriage.

+
2753.Lena, b 8 Jun 1891

1708. JOHN WESLEY HAYNER, b 1834, d 27 Jan 1881 @ 46-9-8; m Regina Overocker,b
30 Jan 1840, d 1915, d/o Mathias & Hannah Overocker; both were b, m, d in Schaghticoke, NY.

2754.Elmer, b 3 Apr 1861, d 3 Jan 1862.

+
2755.Georgiana, b 19 Nov 1863
2756.John I., b 2 Jul 1865, d 19 Mar 1950
1709. MARGARET JANE HAYNER, b 9 May 1839, d 17 Apr 1897; m Stephen Yates,b

1834, d 16 Dec 1912; both were b, m, and d Schaghticoke, NY. Issue: (YATES)

2757.Nelson M., m Fannie Degamore.

2758.Sarah, d 10 Feb 1943 Schaghticoke, NY; m Sturt.

2759.Charles, b 1868, d 1922 Schaghticoke, NY; m Frances Florence.

2760.Myron, d 7 Dec 1872

1710. ISAAC NEWTON HAYNER, b 28 Apr 1841, d 30 Nov 1906; m Margaret Carolina
Fort, b 5 Aug 1844, d 28 Feb 1910; both were b and d in Schaghticoke, NY.

2761.Emma Augusta, b 6 Aug 1862 Schaghticoke, NY; m Edward Plum; no ch.

+
2762.Martin John, b 24 Mar 1866
+
2763.Eleoner Elizabeth, b 22 Nov 1867
+
2764.Isaac Newton, Jr., b 5 Jan 1870
+
2765.John William, b 21 June 1872
+
2766.Samuel Edward, b 26 Sep 1875
+
2767.Margaret, b 23 Jul 1878
+
2768.Bertha, b 11 Aug 1881
+
2769.Martha M. (Nellie), b 15 May 1886
1712. MARTIN JOHN HAYNER, Jr., b 1845 Schaghticoke, NY, d there 15 Dec 1900; m
Frances M. Stark, b 5 Mar 1844 Schaghticoke, NY. The dates of birth of the children, and their
order, are uncertain. Martin’s obit does not mention a wife, who must have died before 1900.
Four sons are mentioned in following order: Leslie, Edwin B., Vernon of Winnipeg, and Charles.
This needs to be cleared up, somehow.

2770.Sarah Allie, b 3 Aug 1870, d 1 Mar 1871

2771.Charles

2772.Edward

+
2773.Bertram, b 1 Apr 1873
2774.Frankie, d in infancy.
1713. NELSON McCHESNEY HAYNER, b 31 Jan 1847 Schaghticoke, NY, d there 3 Feb
1906; m 30 Sep 1876 Frances Adella Frederick, b 11 Mar 1854, d 6 Aug 1941.

+
2775.Rutherford McChesney, b 21 Sep 1877
+
2776.Jay LeGrand, b 22 Dec 1879
+
2777.Pauline E., b 22 Mar 1883
+
2778.Frederick Carlos, b 10 Mar 1888
1714. CAROLINE A. HAYNER, b 17 Sep 1849, d 29 Sep 1916; b 17 Sep 1849 Brunswick,
NY, d Hemstreet Park, Schaghticoke, NY. She m 24 Nov 1868 Augustus G. Van Vechten
(Veghten), b 25 Apr 1847, d 1920, s/o Gradus and Hannah (DeGarmo) Van Veghten. Issue:

(VAN VECHTEN)

2779.George H., b 19 Aug 1871, d 26 Jan 1935; m Jenny Mande Hutchins, d Mar 1931.
He was an educator; taught penmanship; was a district supervisor and taught at Vassar College;
res Poughkeepsie NY. The had no children.

2780.Addie, b 8 Jan 1875, d 16 Aug 1877

2781.Alvin Gradus [Van Vechten], b 22 Oct 1878, d 9 Aug 1941; m 23 Jul 1902 Nettie
Frances Sherman, d 1 Aug 1951; res Hemstreet Park, near Reynolds, NY. Issue: .
Walter
Sherman, b 3 May 1906, d 31 May 1980, unm; .
Thelma Mae, b 19 Dec 1909, m 27 Dec 1941
William Richard Newman, b 7 Nov 1903, d 1 Feb 1989 (1 son, 1 daughter); .
daughter,
grandchildren.

2782.Ada Mae, b 10 Jun 1889; m Ellsworth D. Hubbard. Issue: (1 son, 1 daughter).

1726. HENRY CLUM HAYNER, b ca 1844, d after 1892. After the Civil War he married and
lived on a small farm 10 miles from Creston, IA.

+
2783.Edward, b ca 1870 or 1871
+
2784.Martin, b ca 1875 or 1876
+
2785.Samuel, b ca 1884 or 1885
1736. CATHARINA MARIA HAYNER, b 15 Jun 1839 Schaghticoke, NY, d 3 Apr 1878
Brunswick, NY; m 27 Dec 1860 Isaac Sylvester File, b 14 Jun 1823 Brunswick, NY, d there 11
Mar 1903, s/o John Melchior File & Rebecca Lohnes. They lived on the Sherman Banker farm.
Issue: (FILE)

2786.Clarence, b 17 Mar 1866, d 1867

2787.Willard H., b 10 Oct 1868, d 17 Feb 1895 Brunswick, NY; m 3 Dec 1891 Flora
Russell.

2788.John M., b 4 Apr 1872, d 8 Jan 1937 Troy NY; m 27 Mar 1900 Mary Elizabeth
Collins, d/o Lucius Collins & Harriett Snyder. (at least 1 daughter, who married a Hayner
cousin).

1737. HENRY CLAY HAYNER, b 4 May 1842; m 1862 Mary Jane Hayner, b ca 1841
Pittstown, NY (#1350), d/o Abner Hayner & Cornelia van der Cook.

+
2789.Cora C.
+
2790.Fred H., b 1864
1740. ULYSSES GRANT HAYNER, b 11 Jan 1865 Schaghticoke, NY, d there 1 May 1943;
m(1) Harriet Button, b 2 Aug 1865 Brunswick, NY, d 15 Oct 1901 Schaghticoke, NY where
they had issue:

+
2791.Elton B., b 27 Apr 1891
2792.Ivan Grant, b 22 Dec 1898, d 15 Aug 1975; dairy farmer Pittstown, NY.
1740. ULYSSES GRANT HAYNER, b 11 Jun 1865; m(2) Bertha Ralston, b 25 Oct 1880, d 25
Jan 1938.

1758. BURTON J. HAYNER, b. June 1862 Schaghticoke, NY, d 1914 prob. Brunswick,
Rensselaer Co., NY; m Emma Roberts, b. May 1864, d 1909; issue in Brunswick, NY:

2794.Clifford L., b 24 Jul 1889

+
2795.Ada Mae, b 1 Mar 1891
+
2796.Everette R., b 29 Aug 1892
1759. ELMER E. HAYNER, b 19 Nov 1862, d 10 Nov 1931; m Carrie M. Cushman, b 9 Mar
1869, d 29 May 1922, d/o Joseph M. Cushman & Miranda Lane. Both were b, m, and d in
Schaghticoke, NY.

2793.Ernest J., b 27 Aug 1891, d 8 Jul 1969 Center Brunswick, NY. He m Bernice
Stannard, b ca 1894, d 29 Mar 1987, d/o Gleason Stannard & Dora Brust.

1764. PRISCILLA CAROLINE HAYNER, b 18 Feb 1843, bp 18 May 1851 (Gil Luth), d 1915

Newark, NJ; bu Gil Luth, Center Brunswick, NY; m Henry Albert McChesney, b ca 1841, d
1875, s/o Isaac Sidney McChesney & Elizabeth Wager. Issue: (McCHESNEY)

2797.Rosabell W. (“Belle”), b ca 1868. She m(1) 23 Jun 1897 at Troy, NY Louis Smith, b
ca 1871, a jeweler of Newark, NJ. He d and Belle m(2) 12 May 1923 at Newark, NJ Clarence B.
Godshalk, b ca 1870, a signal tower man.

1765. SARAH CATHERINE HAYNER (Kate), b 8 Oct 1845 Brunswick, NY; bp 18 May 1851
(Gil Luth), d 30 Oct 1887; m 30 Dec 1867 John Coe Wheeler, b 5 May 1822 Tamarack NY.
They had issue in Brunswick, NY: (WHEELER)

2798.Mary Elizabeth, b 10 Nov 1873 (one source has Sarah Elizabeth).

2799.Laura Dean, b 30 Aug 1877

2800.Carrie Annette, b 7 Jul 1879

2801.Marcia (Motta), b 25 Sep 1881, d 8 Apr 1882

1766. MARY FRANCES HAYNER, b 3 Jul 1848 Brunswick, NY; bp 18 May 1851 (Gil Luth),

d Brunswick, NY; m John M. Colehammer. Issue: (COLEHAMMER)

2802.Bert; m May Paddock.

2803.Lola

1770. LUCILLA HAYNER, b Nov 1852, d 7 Nov 1930 Brunswick, NY; m John H. Wagar (or
John N. Wager); issue in Brunswick, NY. (WAGAR)

2804.Luella, b 17 Jun 1883; d 20 Feb 1957; m Herbert Valentine Hayner (#1788), b 14
Feb 1879, s/o Lemuel Hayner & Elizabeth Sherman. See under his code number for their
daughters Myra and Marcella.

2805.Myra F.; m Frederick Waffoner; no ch.

1771. GEORGE LEWIS HAYNER, b 15 Aug 1848, d 1934, m 31 Oct 1878 Bertha Littlefield,
b 2 Aug 1857, d 1942. Both were b, m, d in Brunswick, NY.

+
2806.Jessie L., b 1 Aug 1879
2807.Lula, b 6 Jun 1882, d 18 Sep 1956; m Edward S. Hays; res Troy NY, emp shirt
company, no ch.
2808.Clara, b 12 Feb 1885, d 1 Nov 1885.

+
2809.Millard Joshua, b 29 Nov 1888
1772. AMELIA JENNETTE HAYNER, b 13 Jul 1851, d 19 Jan 1928; m 12 Nov 1874 Jacob S.
Clum (10th child of #756), b 14 Jun 1850, d 15 Jan 1912, s/o Leonard Conrad Clum (#756) &
Rebecca File (#402); both were b and d in Brunswick, NY, res Poestenkill. Many of this family
buried Oakwood Cem., Troy NY. Issue: (CLUM)

2810.Leslie A., b Oct 1877, d 1944, m 29 Dec 1897 Bertha H. Whyland, b Oct 1874, d
1950. Issue: .
Carl, b Oct 1898, d Feb 1978, m Mae E. Lettice; .
Dorothy, b Jul 1904, d 10 Nov
1916; .
Frances, b 1908, d 1948; .
Howard J., b 28 Jan 1909, d 21 Jun 1991; m Blanche
Leonard; .
son, grandchildren; .
son.

2811.Ada B., b 10 Jul 1880, d May 1951; unm.

2812.Frederick, b ca 1881; prob. 4 ch.

2813.Clayton, b ca 1883

2814. Raymond St. John, b 14 Nov 1887, d 27 Dec. 1947, m Evelyn Elizabeth Lippert of
Syracuse, NY. He had a food supply business in Buffalo, NY, which his son inherited
and ran for many years. He lived in Kenmore, NY. Issue: .
R.Donald (1917-1980) m Mary
Alice Oates (2 sons, 1 daughter); .
Beverly Jane (1919-2007 [d Nassau, NY]) m(1) Chet
Meinzer (div) (1 daughter) m(2) Norman Taft (no ch); .
daughter who married and had 2 sons,

1 daughter; .
Natalie Amelia (1923-2004) m Allan F. Herschell (1 son, 1 daughter,
grandchildren).

2815.Henrietta, b 1893, d 11 Jul 1980; m Corliss Joseph Parkhurst, b 1892 in NY, d 10
Aug 1975; res Cleveland, OH; no ch.

1775. MARVIN ANSON HAYNER, b 18 Mar 1860 Brunswick, NY, d Aug 1936; a mailman in
Troy, NY. He m 19 Apr 1882 Idah Eudora Castle, b 1861, d Nov 1925, d/o Frederick Willard
Castle & Elizabeth Myers; issue in Brunswick, NY:

+
2816.Viola Elizabeth, b 4 Jun 1883
2817.Edna Adella, b 14 Jul 1885, d 1943; unm
+
2818.Anson Eldred, b 17 Jul 1887
2819.Greta Arletta, b 3 Jul 1894; d 1916
+
2820.Curtis Gardner, b 2 Jul 1900
1778. ALICE HAYNER, b 6 Jun or 9 Jun 1856 Brunswick, NY; m 26 Oct 1881 Abner Roberts,
b 4 Jun 1856; issue in Brunswick: (ROBERTS)

2821 Alma, b 18 Nov 1882, d 30 Jan 1958. She m Irving E. Hayner (#3540), s/o Myron
Hayner and Alice Wager. See under his code number for their 3 children.

2822.Irving

1779. IRA HAYNER, b 19 Jun 1859, d 20 Dec 1940 Brunswick, NY; m 17 Nov 1881 Minette
Louise Roberts, b 31 Mar 1861, d 28 Nov 1948; issue at Brunswick, NY:

+
2823.Idell Minette, b 21 Oct 1882
2824.Burdette Lewis, b 28 May 1888, d 17 Jul 1981; m 1914 Ruby Van Horn, d 25 Apr
1977 age 89. Res. Troy, NY; no issue.

+
2825.De Eldon Edward, b 22 Jan 1891
+
2826.Marjorie Elizabeth, b 25 Sep 1897
1781. EDWIN FORREST HAYNER, b ca 1874 Lansingburgh, New York; m in 1905 Martha
Jane Jackson, b Brockville, Canada ca 1881, d/o Joshua Jackson and Susan Dockrill (data taken
from marriage license filed in Leeds, Ontario, Canada in 1905); res. New York City. He was an
architect specializing in hotels and hospitals. They had a daughter:

2827.Susan B., b ca 1907 in NY; m Philip Gettys.

1785. JENNIE HAYNER, b 21 Jan 1868, Brunswick, NY, d there 19 Aug 1934; m 11 Oct 1892
Alvah Brust, b 21 Jan 1864 Brunswick, NY, d there 7 Mar 1939, s/o Jonas Brust & Mary
Christina Hayner (#1332). Issue: (BRUST)

2828.Lola, b 15 Aug 1894

2829.Harold, b 13 Oct 1895, d Mar 1904.

1788. HERBERT VALENTINE HAYNER, b 14 Feb 1879, d 7 Jan 1945; m Luella Wagar,b
17 Jun 1883, d 20 Feb 1957 (#2804), d/o John H. Wagar & Lucilla Hayner. Both were b, m and d
in Brunswick, NY.

+
2830.Myra, b 19 Jun 1907
2831.daughter
1789. WILLARD JAMES HAYNER, b 22 May 1871; m 1901 Esther Kerle, b 1873, d 1921.

+
2832.James Willard, b 1902
2833.Grace Helen, b 27 Oct 1903, d 1925
+
2834.Charles Franklin, b 1906
+
2835.daughter

1790. EMMA F. HAYNER, b 1877 Troy, NY, d there 26 Mar 1905; m Joseph Ingals.

2836.Joseph Halmer (Ingals) Hayner (After his mother died, Halmer was adopted by his
grandfather Benjamin F. Hayner, Sr., and took the surname Hayner). He m Loretta Carlin.

1792. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN HAYNER, 2nd, b 18 Apr 1880 Troy, NY, d there 1 Jun 1973;
salesman; m 1916 Margrita Shine, b 15 Oct 1889 Dannemora, NY, d Jun 1973 Troy, NY.

+
2837.daughter
2838.son.
+
2839.daughter.
1793. EDWARD LAWRENCE HAYNER, b 5 Jul 1882 Troy, NY, d 8 Mar 1964 Hamden, CT;
salesman; m 26 Oct 1916 Gertrude Elizabeth Rocks, b 26 Aug 1888, d 23 Aug 1967, d/o John
Rocks & Anna Markham.

+
2840.daughter
1796. CHARLES SIMEON HAYNER, b 1867 Brunswick, NY, d New York City 1952, bu
Grafton, NY; m Emma Jane MacPherson, b 1878, d 1931; he was in the ice business and had
issue in New York City:

2841.Edward J., b 1899, d 1912. (dates from g-s Grafton cem.)

2842.Helen Gladys, b 21 May 1904, d 22 Nov 1973; m(1) in LaRoche, France 6 Jun 1927
Joseph Feldman, b 26 Mar 1888 Vienna, Austria, d 24 Jul 1953 Beverly Hills, CA; m(2) L. D.
Prough, res Carmel Valley, CA.

+
2843.son
1797. FANNIE JENNETTE HAYNER, b 20 Jun 1868 Schaghticoke, NY, d 21 May 1929; m 27
Dec 1886 Henry Mirval Barnhart, s/o George H. Barnhart & Milla Dunham. Issue:
(BARNHART)

2844.Sherman Simeon, b 15 Oct 1887, d 15 May 1966; m Lena Catherine Weber; had
general store in Grafton, NY. Issue: (1 daughter, 1 son, several grandchildren).

2845.Viola Lulu, b 29 Sep 1889, d 4 Jan 1919; unm.

2845a.Charles Henry, b 15 May 1902, d 14 May 1926; unm.

1805ab. CATHERINE ANN HANER (Kate), b New Orleans LA, b 12 Jan 1842, d 6 Nov 1915
in Houston TX; m(1) 12 Jan 1860 Hiram Langdon Nourse, Jr., b 17 Aug 1837 Orrington ME, d
10 Apr 1871 New Orleans LA, d 1871) . Issue: (NOURSE)

2846a.Dora Elizabeth, b 23 Nov 1860 New Orleans LA, d 1 Nov 1910 Abbeville LA. She
m 5 Apr 1882 Clarence Daniel O’Bryan, b 17 Mar 1856 Perry LA. (His brother Oliver O’Bryan
married Dora’s sister Ruth.) Issue: .
Katherine Alzenith., b 12 Aug 1883, Perry LA; .
Laurence
Daniel, b 29 Jul 1885 Perry LA; .
Frank Nourse, b 23 Feb 1887; .
Elizabeth Hilda, b 9 Feb
1890; .
Cornelius Arthur, b 30 Dec 1891; .
Louis Percival, b 26 Jan 1894; .
Dora Agnes, b 29
Dec 1895 Perry LA, d 20 Oct 1976 Lake Charles LA. m 12 Oct 1917 Joseph Walter Emmanuel
Doxey, b 28 May 1892 Grand Chenier LA (4 daughters, 2 sons); .
Nettie Irene, b 14 Jun 1898; .
Clara Alice. b 19 Jun 1901.

2846b.Ruth Abigail, b 9 Dec 1865 New Orleans LA, d 30 May 1912 Lake Charles LA; m
9 Dec 1886 Oliver Henry O’Bryan, b 20 Feb 1862 Perry LA. (His brother Clarence O’Bryan
married Ruth’s sister Dora.) Issue: .
John Winfred, b 9 Oct 1887 Vermillion Parish, LA; .
Walter Francis, b 21 Jan 1889; .
Edwin Paul, b 12 Jan 1890; .
Oliver Daniel, b 9 Feb 1892; .
Ruth, b 1 Jan 1895 Abbeville LA; .
Francis Nourse Sr., b 8 Aug 1897. .
Mary Ella, b 29 Oct
1900; .
Robert Henry, b 15 Feb 1903.

2846c.Jennie Irene. b 14 Jan 1864 New Orleans LA, d after 1930, Houston TX; m Robert

Henry Putnam, b 1860. Issue: .
Alice, b ca 1888; .
Henry, b ca 1890; .
Edward, b ca 1892.
2846d.Laura Frances, b. Aug 1870 Louisiana

1805bb. CATHERINE ANN HANER (Kate), b 12 Jan 1842 New Orleans LA, d 6 Nov 1915

in Houston TX, m(2) in 1887 Dr. J. T. Hamblet of Perry LA. Issue: (HAMBLET)

2846e (daughter)

2846f (daughter)
Also survived by 18 g-ch, 3 g-gch.

1805bd. MARY ELIZABETH HANER, b 12 Sep 1845 New Orleans LA, d 29 Jul 1925 New
Orleans LA; m 11 Aug 1866 Col. James Daniel Edwards, b 9 Nov 1839 Cincinnati OH, d 2
Apr 1887 New Orleans LA; issue: (EDWARDS)

2846f.Agnes Elizabeth, b 11 Jun 1867 New Orleans LA, d 23 May 1938 Beaumont TX;
m 17 Mar 17 Mar 1891 Dr Jasper James Bland, b 19 Apr 1850, d 31 Mar 1932 Beaumont TX.
Issue: .
Beulah, b May 1894, d May 1894; .
Agnes “Missy”, b 30 Nov 1895, d Dec 1979 in CA,
m Urban Beh, b 28 Feb 1899 Lake Park IA, d 19 May 1990 Newport Beach CA (1 daughter, 1
son); .
Mildred, b 30 Aug 1902 Ocean Springs MS, d 17 Jun 1987 Beaumont TX, m 15 Jun 1926
Harry Lucas Sr., b 9 Aug 1901 Orange, TX, d 26 Aug 1951 Beaumont TX (2 sons, at least 1
grandchild).

2846h.Isabelle, b 2 Nov 1868, m Robert A. VanCleave; Issue: .
Adrian E.; .
Gretchen; m
Roland Reed Painter.

2846i.Daniel, b 5 Aug 1870, d 10 Sep 1935; m Eugenie Olivier. Issue: .
Marie Eugenia
Olivia; .
Daniel Jr.; .
D. Charles; .
Marie Madeline; .
Joseph Hero; .
Joseph Clifford; .
Olga Marie; .
Marie Martha; .
male infant, d at birth; .
Marie Leta; 11 Marie V., female
infant, d at birth.

2846j.James Daniel, Jr, b 11 Apr 1872, d 2 Jan 1929.

2846k.William B., b 12 Jan 1874, d 22 Jul 1874

2846l.Irene Genavieve, b 4 Oct 1874, d 21 Dec 1960, m Joseph D. Dunn. Issue .
Dorothy M.

2846m.John Stephenson, b Mar 1877, d 23 Apr 1878

2846n.Elizabeth Jane, b Oct 1878, d 29 Dec 1963, m Sigmund Saxe.

2846o.John Thorn, b 30 Aug 1880, m 19 Dec 1917 Henriette Jallad.

2846p.David Pipes, b 4 Oct 1883, d 26 Mar 1956 in Sao Paulo, Brazil, m Gilda Virgini.
Issue: (2 sons, 2 daughters).

2846q.Laura “Lolla” b 10 Nov 1884, d 24 Dec 1963; never married.

2846r.Anna Alexandra, b 5 Feb 1886, d 5 Oct 1968. never married.

1805d. HIRAM D. HAYNER, b 1855, d 13 Dec 1934 Richmondville, Schoharie Co. NY. He
m(1) Jennie L. Barrup, b 1865.

2847a.Robert B.

1805f. SARAH J. HAYNER, b 22 Dec 1855 Jefferson, NY; d 2 Jul 1941 Charlotteville NY. She
m 4 Jan 1874 Egbert D. Baker, b 18 May 1855 Summit NY, d 2 Jul 1943 Charlotteville NY.
Issue: (BAKER)

2847b.Elizabeth (“Libby”), b 1879, d 1972; m ca 1910 Charles Crapserb 1871, d 1929.

2847c.John, b 1882, d 1915; m Nina Baldwin, b 17 Nov 1881, d Nov 1967.

2847d.Delight, b 1885, d 1962; m John Delong.

2847e.Lynn, b 14 Jul 1887, d 29 Nov 1968. He m(1) Florence Southard, b 1887, d 1944;.
Issue: (2 sons, 1 of whom died in infancy).

2847f.Emmi, b 1890, d 1972

2847g.Ruth E. (“Bonnie”), b 6 Jan 1893, d 5 Feb 1965; m(1) John Henry Morgan, b 27
May 1892 Brewster NY, d May 1968 Schenectady NY. Issue: (1 daughter, grandchildren).

2847h.Hattie, b 20 Jul 1895 Summit NY, d 5 Jul 1975 Worcester NY. She m 18 Feb 1920
Charlie D. Wayman, b 1897, d 1984.

2847i.Charles, b 27 Aug 1897 Summit NY, d 22 May 1970 Worcester NY; m 11 Feb
1920 Alma Gage, b 1894, d 1981.

2847j.Louis, b 30 Jun 1899 Summit NY, d 26 Mar 1976 Oneonta NY. He m(1) 30 Oct
1935, Marietta VanHoesen, d 28 Aug 1958; m(2) Evelyn Prince; m(3) Bertha Elderkin.

1818. SARAH MARGARET HANER, b Jun 1862, m Arthur Pickard. Issue: (PICKARD)

2848.Ella, b 1881 (twin)

2848a.Nellie, b 1881 (twin)

2849.Andrew, b 1884

2850.Mary, b Jan 1887, m 6 Sep 1910 Clarence Henry Bovay.

2851.Esther, b Nov 1888, m 3 Nov 1910 George Gaistword.

2852.Egbert, b Nov 1890

2853.Willard, b Jul 1896

2854.Floyd, b Sep 1898 (twin)

2855.Lloyd, b Sep 1898 (twin)

1819. ADALINE E. HANER, b 6 May 1866, d 30 May 1944; m(1) Charles Cole. Issue:
(COLE)

2856.Julia Anne, b 11 May 1889; m 25 Nov 1908 Harley Beebe.

2857.Georgiane (Georgianer?), b 18 Jul 1891; m Leon Bennett.

2858.Grover, b Nov 1892, d 1981; m(1) Hazel House; m(2) Pearl Evans.

1819. ADALINE E. HANER, b 6 May 1866; m(2) Warren C. Barrus.
Issue: (BARRUS)

2859.Edward

1820. AMELIA L. HANER, b Sept 1870, d 1947; m Henry Rice, b May 1872 England, d 1955.

Issue: (RICE)

2860.Thomas H., b Sept 1897 NY

2861.Mary F., b Jun 1898 NY, d 1955

2862.Mildred, b 1900, d 1909 (no child named Mildred in 1900 census for Salina,
Onandaga County, NY, for this family, but one named Sarah, b May 1900, is present. Her name
could have been Sarah Mildred, or Mildred is an error.)

2863.Minnie L, b ca 1907 NY

2864.daughter, at least one grandchild.

1822a. JENNIE HANER, b Nov 1864 Sharon, Schoharie Co. NY, d after 1933; m 3 Mar 1887 at
Sharon NY Benjamin Lehman, b Oct 1866 Sharon NY, d 24 May 1933, s/o Stephen Lehman &
Jane Webster. Issue: (LEHMAN) (family birthdates from 1900 census for Sharon, NY)

2864a.Eunice, b May 1888; res Pittsburgh PA.

2864b.Carmon, b Apr 1890 (a son); res Upland CA.

2864c.Leona, b 6 Feb 1897 NY, d 15 Dec 1967; m Floyd William Houghtaling, b 25 Nov
1896; res Sharon NY

1822d. OAKLEY HANER, b 18 Jun 1879, d 1941; res Sharon Springs, NY; m 2 Feb 1902
Jennie A. Gernsey, b 3 Dec 1881 Huntersland (near Middleburgh), Schoharie Co, NY, d 16 Oct
1975, d/o William W. Gernsey & Belle S. Cook.

+
2864d.Earl Henry, b 11 Jul 1904
2864e.Ralph W.; m Freda Spateholts, b 6 Sep 1909, d 18 Dec 1997; div; no ch.
1823. WILLIAM JACOB HAINER, b 1 Jun 1855, d 22 Oct 1904; m 4 Jun 1887 Christine
Anderson (“Tina”), b 4 Aug 1864, d 24 Oct 1894.

+
2865.Mary Jane (Mae),b 28 Jul 1887, d 2 May 1965; res California. She m Jack Baker,
.had 2 dau and 1 son.
2866.Joseph Earl, b 6 Aug 1889, d Oct 1976; unm; res Wellandport and Port Robinson.

+
2867.James Wellington, b 19 Nov 19 1891
2868.Curtis Hamilton, b 1 May 1894, d Oct 1963; unm; res Wellandport.
1824. JOHN B. HAINER, b 22 May 1857, d 8 Jun 1907; m 10 Oct or 10 Sep 1884 Emma
Felker, b 27 Sep 1866, d 26 Mar 1944.

+
2869.Cora Estell
2870.Albert, m Nancy Brooks; no issue. As a youngster at school, he said that his
grandmother was the widow Hopkins.

1825. JAMES CLINTON HAINER, b 27 Apr 1860, m Mary Jane Reekie, d 1937,
homesteaded to Minto, Manitoba, then to Ninga where he went into a the mercantile business
with a Mr. Miller in 1895.

2871.Wellington Clinton, b ca 1898, d in the trenches in WWI.

+
2972.William Elmer, b 1900
1856. JOHN RENILSON HAINER, b 7 Oct 1892, d 13 Oct 1957; m(1?) 1 Jun 1916 York,
Ontario, Canada, Clarice Batty, b ca 1897 Oldbury, England, d/o George Thomas Batty and
Martha Evans (acc Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1857-1924).

1856. JOHN RENILSON HAINER, b 7 Oct 1892, d 13 Oct 1957; m(2?) Agnes B.
MacPherson, d 25 Nov 1965.

+
2873.son
+
2874.son
1873. KATHERINE THOMSON HAINER (Kate), b 15 Aug 1890, d 20 Aug 1980 Calgary; m
20 Dec 1916 James W. McMartin, a banker in Winnipeg. Issue: (McMARTIN)

2877.daughter, who was living in 1980.

1886. JONAS HAYNER, b ca 1863 Hudson, NY, d 1936. He m Livingston, NY 24 Dec 1887
Ella Marshall. They later settled at Plant City, FL in the fruit business.

2878.Harry, b ca 1888, was also a fruit wholesaler in Florida and was married; was living
in 1951.

1891. HERBERT L. HAYNER, b 17 Sep 1849 Wilson, Niagara Co. NY. He m 5 Sep 1872
Mary Cornelia Nye , b 15 Dec 1852 Union City MI. He was a retail meat merchant in Union,.
Branch Co., MI; both still living in 1930. All of their children probably born Union, Branch Co.
MI.

2879a.Gertrude, b 9 Aug 1874, d 14 Jan 1877

2879b.Herbert Ora, b 30 Dec 1876 Union MI, d 18 Mar 1963 in Stanislaus CA.

2879c.Della, b ca 1879, d 1964

+
2879d.Jesse Nye, b Feb 1881, d 1956
2879e.Elsa W., b Oct 1883 [Union City MI records]
+
2879f.Parker, b 1 Jan 1886

+
2879g.Silas Lyle, b 5 Aug 1892, d 1922 — also known as Lyle S .Hayner
2879h.Cordelia B. (C. Jae), b May 1894, d 1992
1892. DECOLIO FERDINAND HAYNER (“Cole”), b 1 Sep 1852 Wilson, Niagara Co NY, d
1935 Ypsilanti MI; m 26 Mar 1874 Viola May Wixson, b 10 Dec 1852, d Sep 1927 Ypsilanti MI

+
2880.Earl Ellsworth, b 26 Dec 1875 Rockford MI
+ 2881.Pearl Iva, b 2 Feb 1877 Union City MI; m in Ypsilanti MI Walter L. Fuller, b 10
Nov 1860.
1894. MELISSA HANER, b 10 Mar 1840 Palmyra, Wayne Co NY, d 5 Jun 1897. She m Jed

Van Loan, Sr.; they moved to Minnesota. Issue: (VAN LOAN)
2882.Bernice Claudia, m Alvin Gaines. Issue: .
Alvin Van Loan Gaines.
2883.Jed, Jr.; m Ruth Farrington; they had 3 sons.
2884.Minton Grant; m Minnie Case; they had 1 dau.
2885.Walter Emory; m Nell Fritpatrick; they had 1 son.
2886.Frances Laurinda, m J. S. Beagle, an MD. Issue: .
Gordon Beagle, MD.
2887.Verna May; m LeRoy Ferguson; they had 1 dau, 1 son.
2888.Emily Beulah, m Jed Holman; they had 2 dau, 1 son
2889.Lester, b 25 Jul 1860, d 24 Dec 1865

1895. HARRIET HANER, b 20 May 1841 Palmyra, Wayne Co NY, d 24 Feb 1929 Bellingham
WA. She m(1) 9 Oct 1859 John S. Norton in Washington Co WI; he b 10 Apr 1939 Milwaukee
WI, d 20 Sep 1890 Ferndale WA. She later m(2) F. Lewis. Issue: (NORTON)

2890.A.B., b Foch, British Columbia
2891.J.S., b Seattle WA
2892.O.S., b Brewster WA
2893.L.M., b Detroit MI
2894.Ella; m J. Redinger

1898. NELSON HANER, b 17 Aug 1847 Polk, Washington Co WI, d 22 Feb 1916 West Allis

WI. He m(1) 14 Aug 1872 Medora L. Mowry, b 20 May 1851, d 6 Aug 1878.
2895.Guy M., b ca 1874 in WI; res of Rainer MN in 1913.
2896.Ava Nellie
2897.Malcom Elwood

1898. NELSON HANER, b 17 Aug 1847; m(2) 16 Feb 1881 Venera C. Williams,b
Ellicottville NY 9 Dec 1846, d 12 Nov 1913 Fond du Lac WI.
2898.Jennie Ruth, b 27 Jul 1882; m John Eric Nefstead, b 1871, d 1931; they res West

Allis WI.
2899.Lola Gail, b 18 Sep 1883; m William S. Little; res Fond du Lac WI.
2900.Clarice Arlie, b 18 Aug 1888.

1900. FRANCES RANAR HANER, b 14 Feb 1852 Cedar Creek, Washington Co WI, d 8 Jan
1921 Trenton WI. She m 12 Aug 1876 John Alferia Taylor, b 6 Jan 1852 Barton WI, d 24 Apr
1933 Barton WI, a mail carrier and a painter. Children all born in Barton WI. Issue: (TAYLOR)

2901.Linnie Bell, b 16 May 1878, d 4 Aug 1958, m 20 Apr 1904 Henry Albright, b 16 Jan
1864, d 20 Nov 1939. Issue: .
Henry, b 11 Dec 1906, d 13 Dec 1906; .
Avis Ruth., b 17 Dec
1907, d 4 Oct 1992. m 16 Oct 1935 Raymond R. Ollinger, b 19 Oct 1904, d 16 Apr 1991; .
Charles, b 11 Jun 1910, died same day; .
son, grandchild.

2902.John Jacob (“Jack”), b 17 Mar 1880, d 12 Jun 1977, m(1) 6 Sep 1905 Pearl Cora
Shadbolt, b 25 Mar 1881 Hannibal MO, d 6 Jan 1918 Issue: .
Marjorie, b 11 Sep 1907, d 14 Sep

1907; .
Warren Francis, b 14 Feb 1909, m (1) 5 Sep 1936 Olive May Sansom, b 16 Jul 1913
England, d 12 Aug 1977 FL. Warren m(2) Joan McFarlane (div); he m (3) Goldie Misner C.
Greeenfield, b 26 Jul 1900, d 30 Jun 1988. No ch by any marriage; .
daughter, grandchildren .
son.

2902.John Jacob, b 17 Mar 1880, m(2) 2 Jan 1922 Mathilda Wilhemine Opper, b 21 Oct
1902, d 24 Feb 1991. Issue: (1 stepdaughter, 3 daughters, 2 sons).

2904.William LeRoy, b 12 Feb 1882, d 22 Dec 1961 in Yerington, NV. He was a baseball
player, railroad worker and painting contractor. He m(1) 3 Nov 1903 Amelia Shargarethe Wilkins
(“Mollie”), b 1882, d 9 May 1920 in Hudson, Lyon Co NV. Issue: .
Vontellow Amelia, b 20 Jun
1905 in UT, d 22 Oct 1990 in CA.; m(1) Frank Leland Lucas, b 16 Jun 1900 (2 sons); she m(2)
18 Sep 1940 Herbert Markhart, b 14 Jul; 1913, d 22 Feb 1994, no ch. .
Baby boy, b and d 3 Jan
1908 in Ogden UT. ..... William LeRoy Taylor m(2) after 1920 Louise Shadbolt, sister of his
father’s first wife .

2905 (a daughter, b 31 Jul 1883)

2906.Lorene, b 26 Jul 1884, d 1965. She m(1) Gordon R. Lawrence; it is said he went to
Europe during World War I and never returned. Lorene m(2) Earl Marmaduke. No issue by
either marriage.

2907.Clarence Arthur (“Art”), b 5 Nov 1887, d 14 Jun 1941, a painting contractor in
Barton WI; killed in wreck of his truck.. He m 26 Oct 1912 Nellie Amelia Zink, b 26 Oct 1912, d
24 Sep 1955.Issue: 5 sons, several grandchildren

2908.Luella, b 28 Jul 1889, d 19 Jul 1953; m 4 Dec 1919 Christian J. Gantenbein, b 10
May 1896, d 29 Apr 1940. .
Alex, b 21 Nov 1920, d 3 Apr 1929.

2909.Glenway Alferia, b 6 Dec 1892, d Nov 1969; m 28 Dec 1915 Helen Johnson, b 28
Mar 1897, d 16 Feb 1947 (5 sons, 3 daughters, grandchildren).

1901. LAURINDA HANER, b 21 Feb 1854, d 17 May 1942; b and d in Washington Co WI. She
m 22 Feb 1877 Lyman C. Morgan, who d 10 Apr 1911. She was a teacher. Issue: (MORGAN)

2910.May, d 20 Mar 1952 in Pakistan or Kashmir. She was a musician; married Rev.
William McKelvey and they both studied for missionary work and went to India, where their four
children were born. The children grew up to be a doctor, teacher, and nurse..

2911.Minnie m Alfred Witting of Hartford WI. She was a high
school teacher; no children.

2912.Carl, d 29 Apr 1943; m Josephine Morris (Lyman, Ellen, Maybelle, Jimmie

2913.Hazel, d 7 May 1889
1912. HANNAH E. HAYNER, b 2 May 1840, d 12 May 1933 at Horseheads NY (daughter’s
home); m 4 Jul 1857 Aaron Alby Knox, b 30 May 1836, d 30 Nov 1905, s/o James Knox &
Ann Faulkner. Hannah is buried in Carpenter cem., Academy Corners, NY; Aaron is buried
there or in Riverside cem., Knoxville NY. Issue: (KNOX)

2914a.Edward

2914.Anice Emily, b 25 Mar 1862, d 27 Oct 1954; m 25 May 1880 Frank Westlake, b
1856. Issue: .
Edward K., b 6 Jul 1881, d 27 Nov 1961, bu Riverside cem, Knoxville PA; .
Aaron, b 2 Sep 1884, d 15 Apr 1960; m 15 Jun 1910 in Knoxville PA Dorothy M.White, b 20
Oct 1887 Allegheny Co. PA, d (1 daughter).

1914. SARAH JANE HAYNER, b 4 May or 1 May 1844, d 1 or 3 Oct 1928 in Knoxville PA;
not survived by either husband. She m(1) Charles F. King. Issue: (KING)

+ 2915.Emmet, m Jessie Hawkins, d 1962; res Little Marsh, Tioga Co., PA., Jessie
Hawkins, a 2nd cousin of Emmet King, was d/o Walter Hawkins and granddau of Sarah Hayner
(#960) who m(1) Bradner Hawkins and m(2) Amos Hawkins. Emmet King listed as a survivor of
his mother.
2915a.Jesse. d after 1928, listed as a survivor of his mother.

2915b.Anice, b 3 Oct 1861, d ca Aug 1900; by Riverside cem , Knoxville PA; m 19 Apr
1892 Fred Ellison.

1914. SARAH JANE HAYNER, b 4 May 1844; m(2) 6 Apr 1896 De Ruyter Avery,

1915. ELIZA ANN HAYNER, b 23 Aug 1848, d 20 Aug 1918; m 4 Jul 1870 Elijah Hancock
Thompson. Issue: (THOMPSON)

2916.Ida, m William Chapell White, father of William R. White who married Elizabeth
— of La Grangeville, NY.

1924. MARY IRENE HAYNER, b 21 Sep 1862 Red Wing, MN, d 16 Jul 1939 Musselshell,
MT. She m 17 Nov 1880 Frank N. Roberts, b 7 Jul 1853 Racine, WI, d 2 Aug 1931
Musselshell, MT, s/o James Roberts & Elizabeth Coad. Issue: (ROBERTS)

2917.Mable, b 20 Dec 1881

2918.Etta Levonia, b 26 Mar 1883 Coon Rapids, IA, d 9 Sep 1948 Oakland, CA. She m
28 Jun 1915 Gerhard Waldemar Jaehne, b 10 Jun 1885 Neusalz/Oder, Germany, d 12 Dec 1956
Seaside, CA. Issue: (1 son).

2919.James Roscoe, b 20 Oct 1887

2920.Alice Irene, b 27 Jan 1901

1936. FLORENCE ELLEN HAYNER, m Dr. William A. Haskell. Issue: (HASKELL)
2921.John A., b 28 Nov 1878; m Ruth Hanna. Issue: .
Norman Alexander; .
Lucy, d.y.;

.
Florence, d.y.
1945. JOHN JOSEPH HAYNER, b 31 Mar 1848 Schaghticoke, NY, settled in Ellery,
Chautauqua Co., NY, where he was Road Commissioner, d 1934 age 77 acc. to a granddaughter
(doesn’t check; perhaps d 1924). He m 1878 Irene May Cole, b 1860, d 1925 age 65.

+
2922.Hugh F., b 1876
2923.John D., b 1884, d Apr 1962; res Falconer, NY. He m(1) Lottie A., (b 1886, d 1921);
m(2) Iva (res Falconer, NY 1965).
2924.Harry
2925.Nelson, b 17 Jul 1897, d 1912

1948. GEORGE HOYT HAYNER, b 1855 (age 2 months in 1855 census), d 1946; m Cynthia

C. Hotaling, b 1857, d 1930, d/o Peter Hotaling & Rachel Van Loon.
+
2926.George Hoyt, Jr.
+
2927.Anna E., b 10 Feb 1882
2928.Freeman N., b New York City 4 Nov 1885; res Columbia Co. NY in the War.
2929.Evelyn; m Bowerman
2930.Peter, d.y.
2931.Fay, d.y.
1955. CATHERINE HAYNOR (Kate), b 11 Feb 18xx Rensselaer Co., NY (prob b ca 1845, d 3
Apr 1923, age 70+; d Bristol, TN, bu Saratoga Springs, NY. She m Peter Folmsbee, d 1917; res
Bristol, TN where he was a train captain on the Southern R.R.; brother of Josephine Folmsbee
who m Kate’s brother Charles. Issue: (FOLMSBEE)

2932.Pearl (adopted)

1956. CHARLES HAYNOR, b 5 Jun 184x Rensselaer Co., NY, d Saratoga Springs, NY 16 Mar
1915; m(1) Mary Jane Sexton. Issue Saratoga Springs:

+
2933.George Nelson, b ca 1871

+
2934.Charlotte Mary (Lottie), b ca 1872
+
2935.Katherine (Kate), b ca 1875
1956. CHARLES HAYNOR, b 5 Jun 184x; m(2) 13 Nov 1886 at Burlington, VT Josephine
Folmsbee Haynes, sister of Peter Folmsbee who m Kate Haynor, sister of Charles. Issue in
Livermore Falls, ME, where Charles was a welder.

2936.Nelson Alexander, b 1890, d 4 Jan 1960 Saratoga Springs, NY, bu Livermore Falls,
ME where he was a welder with International Paper Company. He m(1) Mary Nessy (div); m(2)
Lucia Edgecomb of Livermore Falls, ME.

1957. CLARA BELLE HAYNOR, b 26 Sep 1863 Saratoga Springs, NY, d there 6 Jul 1907; m 6
Apr 1882 William H. Ledlie, b 18 Apr 1849, d 10 Oct 1934 Northampton, MA; he was an order
clerk. Issue: (LEDLIE)

2937.Nelson William, b 1884, d.inf.

2938.Bessie Agnes, b 22 Mar 1886 Lansingburg, NY; m 3 Jun 1911 Clifton Tyler, b 11
Sep 1885 Northampton, MA, d 6 May 1946 Milford, MA; a bristle dresser. Issue: .
Clifton, d at
birth 1918; .
son .
son, grandchildren.

1960. ANNA NELLIE HAYNOR, b 17 Aug 1867 Saratoga Springs, NY, d there 22 Aug 1907;

m Lewis Haynes, issue: (HAYNES)

2939.Charles, d.inf.

2940.Clifford

1966. DARWIN GOODRICH HANER, b 1 Sep 1848, d 12 Aug 1887 Columbus, KS. He was a
farmer at Upper Sandusky, OH and Columbus, KS, known as “Doc” — an unofficial
neighborhood doctor. He m 6 Sep 1874 Nancy Salina Parsell, b 19 Dec 1857 Upper Sandusky,
OH, d 11 Apr 1949 Ft. Scott, KS, d/o Rev. Smith S. Parsell & Mary Jane Van Orsdall; issue b in
Cherokee Co., KS.

+
2941.Lavina Jane (Vina), b 20 Nov 1875
+
2942.Oliver Kennison, b 8 May 1878
+
2943 William Leroy, b 2 Jul 1880
+
2944.Sarah Cornelia (Sade), b 17 Jan 1883
2945.Grover Cleveland, b 23 Jan 1886, d 10 Jun 1887, bu Columbus, KS.
1967. CYNTHIA A. HANER, b 23 Sep 1850, d 13 Sep 1932; bu Upper Sandusky, OH. She m

12 Dec 1866 Franklin Culver, b 1844, d 1 Mar or 5 Mar 1923 age 78. Issue: (CULVER)

2946.Cummins, b 1871; he married.

2947.John H.; he married; chicken breeder Upper Sandusky, OH.

2948.Hazel; she married.

2949.Erma; she married.

2950.Imogene

2951.Ernest, b 26 Jan 1876 Wyandot Co., OH.

2952.Jay

2953.Ray

2954.Ethel, b 15 Aug 1886, d 25 Jul 1888

2955. (This code is not used)

1968. HENRY A. HANER, b 26 Oct 1852 Mifflin Twp., Wyandot Co., OH, d Wyandot Co., OH
30 May 1926, a farmer and construction worker. He lived with his grandfather in Ottawa, KS in
the 1870s and returned to Ohio after death of Henry H. Haner in 1879. In 1904 and 1905 he was
constructing buildings in Tulsa, OK; returned again to Wyandot Co., OH where he d in 1926 at

Upper Sandusky when he fell from a wagon. He m(1) Alice Long, d 20 Sep 1879 Ottawa, KS;
no issue.

1968. HENRY A. HANER, b 26 Oct 1852; m(2) 11 Sep 1884 Dora Josephine Harris, b 16 Sep
1864, d 9 May 1915.

1970. ALFRED B. HANER, b 28 Feb 1866 Wyandot Co., OH, d 10 Mar 1944, McComb, OH;
m 11 Jun 1885 Elizabeth Mae Baker (Lizzie), b 27 Sep 1865 Marion Co. OH, d 3 Jan 1955
Toledo, OH., d/o Nathan Baker & Mary Deal.

+
2956.Virgil B., b 25 Sep 1887
+
2957.Ida Etheyl, b 27 Sep 1889
2958.Daughter, b 16 Dec 1891, d 19 Dec 1891
2959.Clifford B., b 25 Oct 1893, d 6 Jan 1980; m Elenoria [Shinaberry, Griffin, Ritter]
Barr (div). He is bu McComb, OH.

+
2960.Agnes Marie, b 23 Feb 1896
1971. ELLA MAY HANER, b 1 May 1868; m 19 Mar 1885 Ben Snyder. Issue: (SNYDER)

2961.Blanche Mae, b 24 Aug 1888; m 19 Jan 1908 Howard B. Cowdrick.

2962.Erma Jane, b 28 Jun 1890

2963.Flossie

2964.Earl

2965.Mable

1972. JOHN ELMER HANER, b 26 Jan 1870 Mifflin Twp., Wyandot Co., OH, d 14 Oct 1945
Gladstone, MI; m Ada Hoy. Farmer and worker in lumber and veneer mill; moved to Gladstone,
MI ca 1906.

+
2966.Hazel, b 30 Nov 1901 .
+
2967.Gale; b 14 Mar 1904
1974. MARY ELIZABETH HANER, b 26 Dec 1876 Mifflin Twp, Wyandot Co., OH, d 11 Mar
1921; m 4 Jul 1898 Marion Milum, b 3 Aug 1871, d 23 May 1922, s/o George Milum & Eliza
Jane Wells. Res Belle Vernon, OH. Issue: (MILUM)

2970. Daicy John, b 17 Apr 1898 (not found in 1900 Ohio census with parents; in that
census, his mother is listed as having had one child but no children living, which means he
probably died young.)

2971. John E., b 11 Oct 1900

2971a.Louis, b ca 1902

1977. JACOB LEONARD HANER, b 1 Sep 1866 Plain City, OH, m 2 Feb 1892 Lydia Aurora
Miller, b 18 Oct 1867 in Franklin Co., OH, d/o Harrison Miller, a turnpike contractor in Union
Co., OH, and Sarah Louisa Smith; no known relation to Leonard’s grandmother Lydia M. Miller).
Probate Judge, State Representative in Ohio 1899-90; to OK in 1904, res Muskogee, OK; d after
1929.

+
2972.Norman Earl, b 22 Feb 1898
+
2973.Harold Amann, b 3 May 1899
1978. WILLIAM HENRY HANER, b 1870, d 1951; m 5 May 1891 Rose Estelle Douglas,b
1867, d 1944, d/o Jeremiah Douglas & Mary Ann Sherwood.

+
2974.Vivian, b 1898
2001. HARRIET ADELAIDE HANER, b 5 Aug 1858 Salem Twp, Wyandot Co OH, d 23 Jun

1940 Patterson OH. She m 25 Dec 1881 George Washington Smith, b 7 Sep 1857, d 4 Sep
1928, s/o William Franklin Smith & Elizabeth H. Stevens. Obit of his wife has that he d 3 Sep
1927. They res Patterson, OH. Issue (SMITH)

2975.Ermal, b 17 Jun 1883, d 15 Jun 1976, res Stow, OH, bu Twinsburg, OH. She m 6
Sep 1905 Harry Garfield Dunn, b 3 Feb 1883 Loestaft, England, d 8 Jan 1911. Issue: .
Charles
William, b 13 Mar 1907, m Rita Arline Rush, b 20 Feb 1899 (1 son, 1 daughter); .
Ermal
Virginia, b 9 Feb 1909, m 30 May 1942 Cecil Arden Rearick (1 daughter).

2976.Grace Pearl, b 24 Sep 1885, m 20 Jul 1905 Clarence William Brown, b 1 Sep 1884,
d 12 Apr 1957, bu Berea, OH. (2 sons).

2977.Jay Sidney, b 19 Nov 1887, d 5 Feb 1953, m Beatrice E. Clapory, b 25 Sep 1889, d
14 Mar 1966; when married she used name Johnson, her mother’s 2nd husband. Both are bu
Olmsted Falls, OH.

2978.Mary Elizabeth, b 12 Jan 1890, d 19 May 1964; m Max Lewelyn Gardner, b 3 Oct
1886, d 9 Oct 1918. Both bu Patterson, OH. Issue: .
Donald Avon, b 9 Aug 1909, d 8 Nov 1973,
m 18 Aug 1934 Helene Sency, b 21 Apr 1909 (3 children); .
daughter (married, 3 sons); .
daughter (married, 2 sons, 2 daughters).

2979.Verna Mae, b 8 Jan 1892, m 6 Aug 1912 James Hanson Hamilton, b 14 Feb 1891, d
4 Jun 1943, bu Patterson OH. (5 daughters, 1 son).

2980.Florence Harriet, b 31 Aug 1895, d 6 Dec 1937; never married.

2981.William Nelson (lived 6 months)

2982.Mildred Adelaide, b 24 Jul 1901, d 12 Mar 1987, m 12 Jun 1924 Archie Clinton
McNutt, b 30 Nov 1895, d 1 Jul 1969, res Patterson, OH. (7 sons, 1 daughter).

2013. LENNIE HANER,m Frank Owens, a farmer of Henry Co., OH. Issue: (OWENS)

2983.Lola, m — Trautwein. Issue: .
Everett; .
Crystal; .
Leon.

2984.Floy

2985.Carl

2017. FRANK HANER (full name Elmer Franklin), m Effie McDaniel.

+ 2986.Robert (adopted).
2018. ODDIE HANER, b 24 Jul 1887, d 24 May 1942; m 23 Jan 1908 Victor Quail, d 1940.

Issue: (QUAIL)

2987.daughter (married)

2988.daughter (married)

2989.son

2990.daughter (married)

2991.son

2992.Infant

2021. HAZEL ELIZABETH HANER, m William Russell Buxton, res Wyandot County, OH.

Issue: (BUXTON)

2992a. daughter (married)

2992b.son, grandchildren.

2992c.son.

2992d. daughter (married)

2022. PERL WASHINGTON HANER, (originally Pearl), b 18 Feb 1887 Upper Sandusky,
Mifflin Twp, Wyandot Co., OH; d 24 Apr 1951; m Florence Eva Phalp, b 28 Mar 1900, d 19
Jan 1968. Both were deaf and he received special training; worked in print shops most of his life,

a linotype operator, moved to Kansas City KS in 1908; to Kansas City MO in 1928. Issue:

+ 2993. son
2024. MABLE EMRO HANER, b 7 Jul 1891 Guthrie, OK, was a teacher. She m in Jun 1916

Harris Foster Gorsuch. Issue: (GORSUCH)

2994. (dau.)

2995. (dau.)

2031. CHARLES L. HANER, b 8 Oct 1861 Augusta Twp., Washtenaw Co. MI, d 8 May 1929
St. Joseph, MI; m 1882 Lizzie C. Hibbard, b 22 Jul 1860, d 22 Feb 1952 Sturgis, MI, d/o B. F.
Hibbard & Libby De Puy. Furniture and undertaking business and town official at Sturgis.

+ 2996.Bessie C., b 8 Aug 1886
+ 2997.Carl Whitney, b 1 Sep 1892
2033. ADELADE CARRIE HANER, b 16 Jul 1865 near Tecumseh, MI, d 21 Oct 1955 Sturgis,

MI. She m 8 Nov 1882 Archibald Phillips, b 3 Aug 1856, d 29 Apr 1929. Issue: (PHILLIPS)

2998.Homer A., b 29 Apr 1884, d 23 Dec 1955; unmarried.

2999.Virgil V., b 25 Apr 1885, d 23 Jan 1927; m 10 Jan 1918 Emma M. Sexauer, d 6 Jan
1928. Issue: (1 son, 1 daughter)

3000.Edna May, b 25 Feb 1887, d 10 Oct 1954; m Arthur Gilbert Blanchard, b 26 May
1881, d 3 May 1959; res Sturgis, MI. Issue: .
Glenn Arthur, b 9 Sep 1906, d 31 May 1949, res
Clarkston, MI; m. Evelyn Kilpatrick; .
William K, b 29 Jul 1908, d 14 Jun 1971; .
son,
grandchildren; ison ison ison ison ison; ison; ison; 11 daughter 12 daughter 13 daughter.

3001.Maurice Lewis, b 14 Feb 1889, d 12 Feb 1953; m Dec 1926 Emma E. Grant Freed,
b 17 Mar 1883, d 1952. Issue: (2 sons, 2 stepchildren).

3002.James Earl, b 19 Aug 1891, d 10 Jun 1968; m 25 Feb 1917 Dora Louise Hahn, b 26
May 1895, d 3 Apr 1973. Issue: (1 daughter, grandchildren).

3003.Effie Ruth, b 29 Jul 1893, d 16 Aug 1967; m 31 Dec 1915 Frank Conine, d 16 Jan
1972, res Battle Creek, MI and Nashville, MI. Issue: (1 daughter, 1 son, grandchildren).

3004.Harry Haner, b 27 Aug 1895, d 18 Mar 1976; m 9 May 1941 Mabel H. [Cambridge]
McQueen, b 7 Feb 1899, (d); m(2) Libby Miles (d); res Burlington, MI. Stepchildren.

3005.Lawrence O., b 4 Sep 1897, d 3 Jun 1967, res White Pigeon, MI; m 14 May 1928
Sylvia Bennett, b 1 May 1900, d 24 Jul 1956. Issue: (2 sons).

3006.Glen William, b 7 Aug 1899, d 17 Sep 1900.

3007.Carrie Adalade, b 26 Jun 1901, d 13 Dec 1965; m 20 Jun 1923 John Howard
Bennett, b 28 Sep 1898, d 5 Oct 1956; res White Pigeon, MI. Issue: (4 sons, 1 daughter,
grandchildren).

3008.Myrl Archibald, b 12 Dec 1903, d 31 Jan 1972; m — Leeth (div); issue: (1 son);
m(2) 8 Oct 1937 Mildred Gunthrope; issue: (1 son, grandchildren).

3009.Lyle Kenneth, b 23 May 1906, d 18 Dec 1989; m 13 Jun 1936 Harriet Wordelman.
Issue: (1 daughter).

3010.Ray George, b 1 Oct 1909, d 6 May 1997, an electrician; m 6 Oct 1934 Dorothy
Mandigo, b 8 Apr 1914, d 20 Apr 1996; res Sturgis, MI (1 son)

3011.son, grandchild

3012.son, grandchildren

2035. JENNIE MAY HANER, b 16 Aug 1869 York Twp, Washtenaw Co., MI, d 27 Apr 1960
White Pigeon Twp, St. Joseph Co., MI; m 30 Apr 1889 Henry Harrison Wade, b 24 Dec 1863
St. Joseph Co., MI, d there 14 Apr 1936, s/o Benjamin Wade & Mary Jane Scribner. Issue

(WADE)

3013.Florence M., b 16 Oct 1889 St. Joseph Co., MI, d there 11 Mar 1911.

3014.Benjamin Orrin, b 23 Dec 1892 Van Wert, OH, d 17 Apr 1968 Denver, CO; m 14
Apr 1923 Kate E. Bushouse. Issue in Generation [8]: (2 sons, 1 daughter, grandchildren).

3015.Glen Russel, b 1 Jun 1903 White Pigeon Twp, St. Joseph Co MI; m 1937 Ruth
Todd.

2036. HARRY H. HANER, b 14 Nov 1872 near Milan, MI, d 7 Sep 1945 Oakland, CA; m
Emma Sabrofsky, b 1874, d 30 Jan 1924. Tradition is that he and two sons operated a trucking
business in California.

+
3016.Morris Carl, b 28 Oct 1903 Sturgis, MI; d 31 May 1970
3017.Norma L., b 1902, d 1910
3018.(possibly another son)
2037. EFFIE M. HANER, b 2 Jun 1876, d 9 Jul 1952 Wayne Co., MI. She m Louis C. Calkins,

a traveling salesman, res Detroit. Issue: (CALKINS)

3019.Florence; m Sheldon T. Harbach (2 sons).

3020-3027. (These codes are not used.)

2041. VICTOR CECIL HANER, b 10 Jan 1901 Wickersham, WA, d 18 Aug 1968 Bellingham,
WA; civil engineer; m 17 Nov 1925 Alma Gertrude Fischer, b 24 Apr 1902, d/o William
Richard Fischer & Edith Lavinia Becker; res Bellingham, WA. Issue:

+
3028.son
+
3029.son
+
3030.son.
2042. NORMAN WINFIELD HANER, b 8 Aug 1902 Wickersham, WA, d 10 May 1990
Seattle, WA; consulting engineer; m 10 Nov 1928 Hazel Dorothy Kenney, b 20 Nov 1904, d 10
Apr 1999, d/o James Emerson Kenney & Nellie Edith Van Curen. Res Portland, OR. Issue:

+
3031.daughter.
2052. WILLIAM R. HANER, b Mar 1846, d 1923; m Ghent, NY 27 Feb 1866 Mary Bevens,b
1842 (but age 25 in 1870 census of Austerlitz, NY), d 1926. Prob. dau of Elizabeth Bevens, age
72, living 1870 next door to William in household of Christina Haner, age 35 with 6 small
children. We believe Mary was a sister of Christina who was widow of Henry Haner (#659), b ca
1835.

3037.Henry, b ca 1867, d 29 Sep 1893 age 28 y 6 mo.

3038.Anna, b 1868, d 13 Nov 1936; m 10 Aug 1886 William Gaddis, b 1866, d 14 Oct
1934.

+
3039.Stephen, b 1870
+
3040.Frank, b ca 1874
2055. MARY HANER, b ca 1856, d ca 1928; m Joseph E. Rogers, d ca 1927. Issue:
(ROGERS)

3041.Lulu, m Matthew Wortz, res Martindale, NY.

3042.Martha, m John E. Walker, res Philmont, NY.

3043.Goldie, m Arthur Frantz, res Little Falls, NY.

3044.Ellsworth, b 1878, d 1947, m Millie Brusie, b 1883, d 1943; res Craryville, NY.
Issue: .
Joseph.

2057. GEORGE HANER, b 11 Feb 1863 Columbia Co. NY.

2058 .IDA MAY HANER, b ca 1866 Columbia Co. NY; m Peter Van Buren. Issue: (VAN
BUREN)

3044a.Viola

3044b.Grace

2061. FREDERICK CORNELIUS HANER, b 1871 Great Barrington, MA (twin of Charles), d
1950 Rensselaer, NY; he was a plumber in Lansingburgh, NY. He m Augusta MacDonald, b 16
Apr 1878 Malta, NY. Issue in Rock City Falls, NY:

+ 3045.Frederick Raymond, b 10 Oct 1894
+ 3046.Thomas Lee, b 21 Mar 1896
+ 3047.Donald James, b 19 Jan 1897
+ 3048.Helen Josephine, b 20 Dec 1900
+ 3049.Harold Walter, b 21 Apr 1907
+ 3050.daughter
2062. CHARLES HANER (Hanor), b 1871 Great Barrington, MA (twin of Frederick), had

issue:

3051.Ruth; m Roy Goodrich, res Chatham, NY.

3052.Edward

3053.Milton

3054.Evelyn

3055.Margaret

+ 3056.daughter.
2063. NELLIE LENA HANER, b 1883, d 30 May 1969 age 86; m 19 Oct 1902 Harry Earl
Whiteman, b 25 May 1878, d 3 Apr 1959; s/o John H Whiteman & Elizabeth Howard; res
Spencertown, NY. Issue: (WHITEMAN)

3057.Earl John, b 28 Jul 1903, d 18 Apr 1979; res Spencertown, NY; m Florence
Westover, b 27 Jan 1902. Issue: (1 son, 2 daughters, grandchildren).

3058.Dorothy Elizabeth, b 16 Oct 1905; m Myron J. Bentley, b 1903, d 7 Dec 1982 (or
1986); res Grafton, NY. Issue: (1 daughter).

3059.Hazel Davis, b 17 Jun 1908, d 31 Aug 1997; m 1926 John Oliver Warner, b 28 Jul
1905, d 9 Nov 1965; res Dannemora, NY. Issue: (2 sons, 1 daughter, grandchildren).

3060.son, grandchildren

3061.son, grandchildren

3062.son, grandchildren

3063.son, grandchildren.

3064.son, grandchildren.

2065. MITTIE E. HANER, b NY 1868; m Seran A. Davis. Issue: (DAVIS)
3065.Roger, m Emily — (her parents in IL). Issue: (1 son, 1 daughter, grandchildren).

2066. CORAL A. HANER, b MI 1872, d 1950; m Albert Howald. Issue: (HOWALD)
3066.Aileen, m Ivan L. Creech. Issue: (2 daughters, grandchildren).

2068.MARVIN JOHN HANER, b. 10 Oct 1865, Manchester, NY; d after 1910; m. Mary Ellen
Power, b. 6 May 1861, NY. Issue:

3066a.Martha Fidelia, b. 5 Mar 1891, NY; m. Justin C. Stanton. Issue: (2 sons, 3
daughters).

2073. MABEL HANER, b Apr 5 1879, m Fred Wilson; he took over his father’s general store in

Pittsford, MI. Issue: (WILSON)
3067.Amy, m Andrew Garrett (1 daughter)
3068.daughter, grandchildren.
3069.son, grandchild.
3070.daughter.

2078. CHARLES LORENZO HANER, b 25 Oct 1877 Jefferson Twp MI, d 1 Apr 1940
Hillsdale, MI; m 28 Oct 1908 Frances Whitney, b 15 Mar 1880, d 28 May 1956 Libertyville, IL,
d/o John B. Whitney & Hannah Copeland.

+
3071.son
2082. EMMA RETTA HAYNER, b 26 Sep 1868, d 9 Jul 1935; m Fred T. Brown, b 1868.
Issue: (BROWN)
3072.Edna May, d at birth 7 Mar 1896.

2083. DELMER HAYNER, b 22 Jul 1870, d 17 Nov 1922; m Ella Mae Clarke, b 26 Dec 1876,
d 26 Feb 1933, d/o Thomas Clarke & Mary Myers.

+
3073.Florence Hester, b 10 Oct 1896
2084. ADELLA HANER, b 6 Feb 1868, d 1946; m 1886 William Obermaier, b 1865, d 1925 or

1929. Issue: (OBERMAIER)
3074.Gretchen, m Raymond Lapp; no ch.
3075.Erva, b 1871, d 1880

2092. JUSTUS D. HAYNER, b 30 Jul 1854, d 29 Apr 1924; m Alice May Hillsinger, b 1853, d
Jan 1932; both were b and d in W. Sand Lake, NY. (The 1855 census has him as Justice D.
Hayner).

+
3076.Ellsworth Griffith, b 12 Sep 1894
2095. PHILIP GEORGE HAYNER, b 13 Oct 1860 Poestenkill, NY, d Albany, NY 1935; m
Carrie Davenport, b 26 Dec 1864, d 1940 W. Sand Lake, NY.

+
3077.Elvira, b 17 Apr 1891
+
3078.Frank B., b 28 Apr 1892
3079.Elsie C., b 26 Sep 1895; unm
+
3080.George Philip, b 26 Feb 1905
2096. CHARLES TALMAGE HAYNER, b 16 Mar 1863 W. Sand Lake, NY; m Agnes Ottick,
b 1881 Schweidnitz, Germany.

+
3081.Elfreda, b 9 Dec 1908
2102. NORMAN L. HANER, b 2 Feb 1861, d 23 Jan 1916; m Carrie Goodrich, b 19 Jan 1865,
d 10 Apr 1930; both b and d W. Sand Lake, NY.

+
3082.Robert Stanley, b 6 Feb 1890
+
3083.Leland Goodrich, b 17 Jul 1895
2104. LILLIAN SMITH HANER, b 26 Nov 1871 W. Sand Lake, NY; m Edward Hover,b2

Sep 1873 W. Sand Lake, NY; issue there: (HOVER)
3084.Madge Lillian, b 15 May 1901
3085.Edward, b 1 Jul 1903

2106. ANNA HANER, b W. Sand Lake, NY; d there Feb 1933; m(1) John Cotton, issue in W.

Sand Lake: (COTTON)
3086.John

2106. ANNA HANER, m(2) Perry Mahony. Issue: (MAHONY)

3087.Perry, d 1932

3088.Anna

2107. EDGAR HANER, b 1850, d 17 Sep 1915 Brunswick, NY; m Stella Dove, b 28 Nov 1859,
d 28 Feb 1941; both d in Schaghticoke, NY. Issue in W. Sand Lake, NY.

+
3089.Melvin, b 20 Jun 1880
7th GENERATION IN AMERICA

2115. ADDISON HANER, b 1853, d 1905; m 3 Jan 1877 Sarah Burlington, b 1858. It appears
that Sarah remarried to a Mr. Goodrich some time after 1905 and moved to Union, NY.

+
3090.Harlan, b 24 Oct 1879
+
3091.Jesse L., b 14 May 1885
3092.Bernice M., b 21 Sep 1893, d 12 Oct 1895.
3093.Sarah B., b 11 Feb 1898, d 4 Jul 1936; m Ray S. Fowler.
2116. DELRAY HANER, b May 1852, d 29 Jul 1882; m K— .

3094.Freddie, b 20 Aug 1868, d 27 Aug 1870

3095.Harry, b Apr 1879, d 21 Jun 1881

2118. JAMES IRVING HANER, (or Irving James Haner), b 27 Dec 1866, d 5 Jan 1944 in MI;
moved before 1907 with 3 ch from Binghamton NY to St. Charles MI. He m(1) 1887 Carrie
Phebe Brooks, b 11 Sep 1868, d 6 Mar 1941 bu Binghamton NY in Tioga Co, NY (div).

+
3096.Eleta, b 10 Jun 1888
+
3097.Clarence Irving, b 17 Sep 1889
+
3098.Amanda Lena, b 13 Feb 1892
2118. JAMES IRVING HANER, b 27 Dec 1866; m(2) 16 Sep 1907 in St. Charles MI Bertha
Marshall of St. Charles.

3099.Harry Levi, b 1908, d 1936; no ch.

+
3100.son
3101.son
+
3102.son
+
3103.daughter
+
3104.son
+
3105.daughter
2131. MARY HANER (“Matie”), b 17 Jan 1871, d 1940; m George Hover, b 1866, d 15 Feb

1945. Issue: (HOVER)

3106.Everett, b 2 Sep 1891, d 3 Mar 1978

3107.Ellneva, b 25 Apr 1893, d 30 May 1992; m 3 Sep 1911 in Candor, Tioga Cty , NY
Ward Haynes, b 26 Jun 1892, d Oct 1972. Issue: (1 son).

3108.Alberta, b 10 Nov 1897, d 11 Jan 1994

3109.Leslie, b 24 Apr 1901, d 24 Mar 1968

3110.Lewis Gerald, b 28 Jun 1904, d 1951; m Angeline — ; Issue: (1 son).

3111.Marshall, b 12 May 1906, d 4 Feb 1986; m 24 Nov 1932 Marion Whitney in NY.
3112.Kenneth, b 3 May 1909, d Jun 1982

2132. GEORGE FAY HANER, b 3 Jan 1873, d 9 Dec 1940; m Vera Leland Shattuck, b 1888
3113.Marguerite Fay, b 1 Jan 1907; m — Rasmus. Issue: (1 son, 2 daughters).
3114.Edna Mae, b 1 Jul 1909
3115.(Premature baby, b 20 Dec 1911)
3116.son

2133. LILLIAN MAE HANER, b 31 Dec 1874, d 21 Sep 1958; m 22 Dec 1905 Edward
Harvey Risley, b 8 Apr 1884, d 1958 Issue: (RISLEY)
3117.Beulah, b 9 Aug 1909; m(1) 1929 George Birch, b 27 Jul 1908. (1 daughter, 2 sons,
grandchildren).

2134.EFFA VIOLET HANER, b 30 Jan 1877, d 23 Apr 1956; m Frederick Morton Sanders,b

11 Sep 1876, d 18 Aug 1944. Issue: (SANDERS)
3118.William Haner, b 7 Mar 1907; m Jane Weatherby Manley (2 sons).
3119.daughter, grandchildren.

2136. ROY BENJAMIN HANER, b 8 May 1889, d 3 Jul 1964; was “Spider” Haner, shortstop
on the Syracuse farm team of the New York Giants. He m 26 Dec 1914 Evelyn Taylor
(“Evalena”), b 11 Oct 1892, d 25 Jun 1931

+ 3120 son
+ 3121.son.
2141. MAGGIE HAYNER, d ca Mar 1958; m Joseph Morelock. Issue: (MORELOCK)
3123.Joseph; m — Gaynor; had many sons.
3124.Marguerite; m Joseph Cummings; res Schenectady, NY. Issue: (1 son, 1 daughter).

2142. PETER HAYNER, m Agnes Endres.
3125.Ruth; m Peter Dickson; 6 ch; res Schenectady, NY.

2144. WILLIAM PATRICK HAYNER, d 1959 age 77; m Jan 1907 Bertha Becker, b 3 Jan
1886, d Jan 1988, age 102.
3126.Bertha, b 29 Jan 1909, d Dec 1989; m T. A. Edwards; (1 adopted son).

2145. MARION IDA HAYNER (b 4 Nov 1887, d 20? Oct 1975); m William Early McGann,b

23 Apr 1887, d 30 Jun 1973. Issue: (McGANN)
3130.son.
3131.son, grandchildren.
3132.son, grandchildren.

2155. ORPHA M. HAYNER, b Jul 1881, Mina, NY, d Mar 1964; m Clarence Patterson,d
1955 in Ripley, NY. Issue: (PATTERSON)
3133.Julia Chloe, d 1979; m 1938 William Deignan (d); she was a librarian in Elmira, NY
(1 daughter).

2156. HARRISON C. HAYNER (Harry), b Dec 1885, NY (d); m Doris L. Randall (she had
previously m a Graham).

+ 3134.daughter

2163. HERMAN DANIEL HAYNER, b 2 May 1885 Mina, NY, d 1946 Ripley, NY; m 2 Sep
1908 Anna Reid, d 12 Feb 1971 (her brother Herman Reid m Herman Hayner’s sister Jessie).
Issue Ripley, NY

3135.Bernice Elizabeth, b 28 May 1909, d 11 Oct 1970; unm.

3136.son.

3137.daughter.

+
3138.daughter
+
3139.son
+
3140.daughter
3141.son.
3142.son, d. y.
2164. JESSIE MAY HAYNER, b 18 Jan 1887, d Oct 18 1952; m 23 Dec 1908 Herman Reid,d
2 Aug 1972; res Westfield, NY. Herman Reid’s sister Anna Reid m Jessie’s brother Herman
Hayner. Issue: (REID)

3143.daughter

2165. MARY JANE HAYNER, b 26 Apr 1890 Mina, NY, d 14 Dec 1970. She m Ervin Bowen.

Issue: (BOWEN)

3144.daughter, grandchildren.

3145.son, grandchildren

3146.son, grandchildren

2167. LUCY D. HAYNER, b ca 1866, m 5 Jun 1882 at age 16 Elmer E. Harmon, res Gratiot
Co., MI. Most records give Hamon, but #3149 Luella Hayner Lauterbach insisted it was Harmon.
Issue: (HARMON)

3147.Gail (a son)

3148.Cottaleen, d 8 Sep 1912 on day of funeral of her grandfather Cyrus George Hayner;
she was buried with him.

2177. WILLIAM ELMER HAYNER, b 20 Apr 1868 Cohoctah, Livingston Co., MI, d 8 Jun
1954 Lansing, MI. Farmer and carpenter. He m 23 Dec 1891 Helen Edith Andrews, b 21 Sep
1872 Deerfield, MI, d 6 Aug 1941, Webberville, MI, d/o George Washington Andrews & Electa
Permelia Wilcox. Children all b Fowlerville, Livingston Co., MI. Res Handy, Livingston Co., MI.

+
3149.Luella Gay, b 15 Jul 1894
3150.Fred (“Guy”), b 14 Jan 1897, d 30 Jan 1971; m late in life Margaret [Austin] Elwell,
d 14 Dec 1986; several stepchildren.
3151. (a son, d. at birth), probably was 3rd in family.

+
3152.Alice Mae, b 17 Apr 1904
+
3153.Flora Belle, b 25 Aug 1906
3154.Glenn Burr, b 8 Feb 1909, m(1) Ena Bedford (div); m(2) 21 Dec 1935 Evelyn
Ernestine Field, b 3 Apr 1916 Livingston Co., MI, d 29 Jan 1988 Lansing, MI; no ch.

2178. FLORENCE ILDA HAYNER, b 23 Feb 1879, d 21 Feb 1966 Jackson, MI; m(1) 5 Jan
1896 George Anson Selfridge, b 22 Sep 1870, d 4 Feb 1921, s/o T. Selfridge & Maria Cole;
m(2) Charles Bullen, b 25 Feb 1876, d 29 Jun 1947. Issue: (SELFRIDGE)

3155.Sarah Melissa, b 19 Nov 1895, d 29 Mar 1945; m(1) Augustus Benjamin Weller
(Ben), b 6 Aug 1889; m(2) Louis Kasmisky; no issue either marriage. Sarah d before her mother.

2179. CYRUS BIRD HAYNER (“Bud”), b 8 Apr 1877, d 22 Jun 1965, a dentist and an
automobile dealer at Ft. Wayne, IN. Bible record has “Bird”; he used middle name “Birge” on

some occasions. He m 15 May 1903 Mabel Elizabeth Cooper, b 1878, d 1951, d/o Joseph
Cooper & Mary Southern.

+
3156.John Lewis, b 3 Nov 1904
+
3157.Hubert Wesley, b 14 Apr 1907
2180. IMA HAYNER (full name Imalu), b 21 Feb 1885 Fowlerville, MI, d there 10 Mar 1981; m
18 Feb 1914 Harry G. Calkins, b ca 1888, d 31 Oct 1936, s/o Freely E. Calkins & Sara G.
Ogden. Issue: (CALKINS)

3158.daughter, grandchild.

3159.son, grandchildren.

3160.daughter, grandchild.

3161.daughter, grandchildren.

2201. EVA MAY HAYNER, b 9 Mar 1881 Detroit, MI, d 1959 Palm Beach, FL. She m 18 Mar
1903 Nickolas Staab, b 14 Mar 1880 Frankfort, Germany, d 18 May 1963 in FL, s/o Peter &
Regina Staab. Both are bu at Elmhurst, IL. Issue: (STAAB)

3162.Charles Wesley, b 5 Sep 1904 St. Louis, MO; m 8 Nov 1929 Marie Little Adams, b
23 Aug 1903; no ch. He was Executive Vice President and Secretary of the Cincinnati Enquirer,
Inc.

3163.Edward James, b 10 Jul 1906; m 1943 Valerie Bodeman, and he died that same year.

3164.Esther Marie, b 8 Apr 1908; m 4 Feb 1931 Theodore Nielson, b 17 Feb 1909; 6 ch b
in Chicago, IL.

3165.Robert Louis, b 5 Oct 1909; m 30 Jun 1934 Grace Mueller; 2 ch.

3166.son.

3167.son.

3168.daughter.

3169.daughter.

3170.(A twin of #3169; died at birth.)

3171.son.

2202. GREER CHARLES HAYNER, b 10 Sep 1887 St. Louis, MO, d 10 Oct 1941. He m 10
Sep 1905 Mayme Stoll, d 10 Aug, 19xx, d/o John Stoll.

3172.Florence, b 1 Mar 1906; m Joe Gabbert.

+
3173.Inez Marie, b 16 Dec 1908
3174.son.
3175.son, grandchild.
3176.son.
2216. MARTHA ELLEN HANER, prob. b Indian River, MI; m 19 Jan 1886 James Edwin

West. Issue: (WEST)

3177.Lawrence Earl, b 1886, d 1897

3178.Irwin A., b 1888, d 1936

3179.Clinton, b 1891, d 1891

3180.Florence May, b 1892, d 1934

3181.Henry Eugene, b 1895; m Mabel. Issue: (1 daughter, 1 son).

3182.Clyde Lester, b 1897, d 1963

3183.Truman B., b 1899, d 1917

3184.Alma Ellen, b 1900, d 1900

3185.Cecile, b 9 Mar 1903; m(1) Fay Lester Bradley (div) (5 sons, 5 daughters); Cecile
West m(2) O. W. Levitt.

2217. BIRD EDWIN HANER, b 7 May 1873 Windsor, MI, d 31 Dec 1954 Indian River, MI.
About 1894, m(1) Rebecca Graham, b Aug 1876, Canada, who came to the US from Canada in
1885, acc the 1900 census for Bloom Twp., Wood Co., OH. Both are bu Indian River, MI.

+
3186.Helena May (“Nellie”), b 25 Apr 1895
2217. BIRD EDWIN HANER, b 7 May 1873; About 1920 m(2) Mary E. Martin, b 13 Nov
1874 MI, d 25 Feb 1965, bu Indian River, MI. Issue:

+
3187.son (adopted).
2218. JOHN JOHIAL HANER, b 12 Nov 1875, d 28 Apr 1956 (spelling of middle name is on
birth certificate); m 23 Jan 1904 Florence E. Waterbury, b 17 Aug 1877, d 18 Dec 1962, both
bu Indian River, MI.

3188.Helen Martha, b 12 Nov 1906, d 27 Apr 1986; m 26 Jul 1935 Hugh H. Millar, b 15
Sep 1907, d 12 Apr 1977, both bu Indian River, MI. No ch.

2233. ZOA HANER, b 17 Apr 1888 Eaton Rapids, MI, d 3 Oct 1983 Dimondale, MI; m 12 Dec
1911 Harry Dwight Bennett, b 8 Jul 1886 Saline, MI, d 2 Nov 1961 Lansing, MI, s/o Dwight
Bennett & Nancy Elizabeth Kingsley. Issue: (BENNETT)

3189.son, grandchildren.
3190.son, grandchildren.
3191.daughter, grandchild.
3192.son, grandchildren.

2234. ETHEL HANER, b 16 Jan 1891 Eaton Rapids, MI, d 2 Jul 1976 Lansing, MI. She m 29
Dec 1912 Henry Custer, b 8 May 1890, d 12 Jun 1950 Ann Arbor, MI, s/o B. H. Custer & Laura

N. Rogers; both by Eaton Rapids, MI. Issue: (CUSTER)
3193.son (adopted), grandchildren.
2241. EARL CONRAD HANER, b Nov 1881, d 22 Feb 1950; m Clara Shulmier who d 17Mar
1977.

+
3194.Goldie, b 13 Jun 1904
3195.George William, b 17 Feb 1906, d 11 Jul 1977; m Minnie Geerlings. no ch.
2259. CARL C. HANER, b 3 Jan 1895 Scottville, MI, d 20 Jan 1969 Wyoming [Grand Rapids]
MI; m 16 Oct 1919 Veryle Fleetwood, b 3 Sep 1900 Jamestown MI, d 13 Dec 1957. He was a
millwright. He was survived by 23 grandchildren, 6 great-grandchildren. Children b in Grand
Rapids MI.

3196.son.
3197.daughter.
3198.daughter
3199.son.

+
3200.son
3201.daughter.
2260. HAROLD THOMAS HANER, b 1891, d 1978; veterinarian for City of Detroit; m

Christine Cross, b 24 Sep 1893, d 19 Feb 1969. Issue:
3202.daughter
3203.daughter
3204.son

2261. GLEN CONRAD HANER, b 30 Jun 1893, d 6 Oct 1962; m Marie Jepsen, b 6 Aug 1901,

d 13 Jul 1971

+
3205.son
+
3206.son
+
3207.daughter.
2266. CLYDE HAYNER, b 10 Jul 1881 Hamburg, MI, d there 4 Oct 1952; m Katherine May
Tuttle, b 5 Sep 1892 Howell, MI, d 6 Mar 1975

+
3208.daughter
+
3209.daughter
+
3210.son
+
3211.daughter
3212.daughter, d.y.
+
3213.daughter
+
3214.son.
2267. HENRY TRUMAN HAYNER (also appears as TRUMAN H. HAYNER in some
census records), b 1864 (his father was under 16 years old as given in family tradition). He left
home at age 13; m after 1891 Effie Evelyn Renshaw, b ca 1866 IA; settled in Iowa, where their
first three children were born. The couple removed to Oregon when their youngest child was a
babe in arms. He d 27 May 1930 in OR and his wife d 25 Oct 1918 in Portland OR.

+ 3215.Gladys, b ca 1896 IA. One source has her b 1885; not verified. If so, may be from a
previous (unknown) wife of her father.
+
3216.Calvin Joshua, b 13 Aug 1897 IA
+
3217.Russell Truman, b 27 May 1899 IA
3218.Maurine Hazel, b 24 Nov 1902 OR, d 20 Apr 1983 OR; m Wilhelm/William
Guldenzoph, res Estacada, OR. No ch.

2268. BERT HAYNER, b Aug 1887 MI, d 1950; m Arloa Riegler, d ca 1985 age 91.
They lived at Hastings, MI. Issue:

+
3219.son
+
3220.daughter.
2269. ROBERT HAYNER, b Apr 1894 MI; m Daisy Beach. He was a baker, worked in Las

Vegas for 27 years with his brother Myron.
3221.Mary Ellen, d 1965, res Webberville, MI; m — Sharp.
3222.daughter.
3223.daughter.

+
3224.son.
2270. CHESTER HAYNER, b. Jul 1897 MI; res Everett, WA.
3225.son
3226.son
3227.son.

2271. ANNA HAYNER, d 1971. She m(1) Vincent Santamouro (no ch).; m(2) August

(Gustaf) Arvold. Issue: (ARVOLD)
3228.son
3229.son
3230.son.

2272. MYRON WERT HAYNER, b 19 Jul 1905 Webberville, MI, d 5 Jul 1978 San Mateo, CA;

m Florence Wilhelmina Miller, b 1904. Issue:

+
3231.son
+
3232.daughter.
2274. HARRY AVERY HAYNER, b 1 Aug 1897 (d), barber and real estate agent, big band
musician. He m(1) 5 Sep 1917 Vena Gale, b 18 Sep 1894, d Feb 1990 (div). Issue:

+
3233.son
+
3234.son
+
3235.daughter
2274. HARRY AVERY HAYNER, b 1 Aug 1897; m(2) Crystal — ; (div); m(3) Verna
Bowman (d).

2275. RUSSELL ALFRED HAYNER, b 24 Sep 1905, d 15 Jan 1992; m 24 Sep 1938 Harriet
Estella Cornell, b 1 Dec 1911, d/o Earl Cornell & Alta Armstrong. He was an MD in
Kalamazoo, MI. Issue:

+
3236.son
+
3237.son.
2280. EVA HAYNOR, b ca 1876, d 24 Dec 1924. She m 25 Apr 1894 Jacob Sleight, b 10 Mar
1875, d 10 Nov 1946 in Rhinebeck, NY; s/o William M. Sleight & Anna Pink of Wurtemburgh,
NY. He was a driver, motorman, chauffer. After death of Eva he m(2) Lulu Bell who d 1971.
Issue: (SLEIGHT)

3242.Florence Ruth b 16 Mar 1895, d 15 Aug 1946, bu Pleasant Valley, NY. She m Lester
Phillips, a baker; issue: (1 daughter, grandchildren).

2285. EMMA L. HAYNER, b 1858 Troy, NY.

+
3243.Olive Hayner, b 14 Oct 1880
2287. GEORGE BALDWIN HAYNER, b 20 Oct 1873 Lansingburgh, NY. He moved to
Goldfield and other mining towns in Colorado ca 1893, later an orchardist, store owner, farmer
in Canon City CO. In 1920 he moved to Portland CO where he was a foreman at Ideal Portland
Cement, and a farmer. He d 20 Feb 1931, bu Hayner Hill, Portland, CO. He m(1) 25 Dec 1897
Lois Stevens Barrett (“Lily”), b 9 Aug 1875, d Canon City Co 1917, no issue. He m(2) 1918
Alma Lydia Nothwang, b 1 Jan 1893 Denver, CO, d 29 Oct 1982 Grandview, WA, d/o Karl
Frederick Nothwang & Katherina Rapp, both b Mosbach, Germany. Alma is bu next to her first
husband in Portland, CO; she remarried 3 May 1944 Henry Charles Heise, a grain miller in
Mabton, WA.

+
3244.daughter
+
3245.daughter
+
3246.daughter
+
3247.son
+
3248.daughter.
2292. CLARENCE ELVIN HAYNER, b 27 Oct 1871 Ederville, MI, d 1945 Port Huron, MI; m
1 Jul 1902 Elizabeth Rowling (Libbie Belle), b 15 Feb 1878 Chesterville, OH, d 22 Apr 1952,
d/o George William Rowling & Almira Elizabeth Conklin of Sparta, OH. She first m Albert
Graim in 1895 (div), had a child Marie Graim who m a Mais.

+
3249.Mae Belle, b 31 Aug 1903
3250.Henry, b and d 15 Aug 1905
3251.Flora Josephine, b 15 Dec 1906 Lake Sta., MI, d 10 Apr 1984; m 31 Dec 1940

Charles Allen Burr, b 17 Aug 1901; no ch.

+
3252.Jacob Henry, b 3 May 1909
+
3253.daughter
+
3254.son
+
3255.daughter
+
3256.son
2294. JOSEPHINE HAYNER, b 19 Oct 1883 Clare, MI, d 8 May 1977 Medford, OR; m
Carson Atkinson. Issue: (ATKINSON)
3257.Leonard Raymond, b 26 Aug 1908 (twin); m Beulah Mackey. Issue: (4 sons, 3
daughters).
3258.Leona, b 26 Aug 1908 (twin); m(1) Aug 1926 William Powell, d 1942; issue: (5

sons).
3259.daughter, grandchildren.
3260.son, grandchildren.

2295. CELIA MIRENDA HAYNER, b 14 Jan 1885 Brinton, MI, d 1914, m 1904 Hamilton
Littlefield Letson, b 30 Mar 1880, d 30 May 1953,s/o Seril Andrew Letson. Issue: (LETSON)
3261.Cyril Burdick, b 7 Sep 1905, d 16 Sep 1960; m Thelma Mae Acker (1 son, 2
daughters)
3262.Isabel Doris, b 13 Feb 1907 (d), m(1) 20 Apr 1925 Earl F. Acker, d Nov 1966 (3

sons); m(2) 2 Jul 1973 Vernon Northrup.
3263.daughter, grandchildren.
3264.daughter, grandchildren.

2296. RALPH EDWARD HAYNER, b 8 May 1887, d 1 Dec 1964 in Medford, OR. He m 21
Mar 1921 Mabel Jane Wood, b 4 May 1900 in South Dakota

+
3265.son
+
3266.daughter
3267.son.
2297. IRENE TERESA HAYNER, b 21 Aug 1898 Wise Twp, MI; d 22 Dec 1931; res
Whitefish Point (on eastern Lake Superior). She m 29 Aug 1922 Curren Hawkins, b 23 Aug
1887, d 26 Aug 1973, res Paradise, MI (upper peninsula). Issue: (HAWKINS)

3268.daughter, grandchildren.

2302. METTA HAYNER, b 18 Feb 1895 White Oak, MI; m Ray Bravander. Issue:
(BRAVANDER)

3269.son
3270.son
3271.daughter.

2304. HARRY HAYNER, b 15 Jun 1889 White Oak, MI; m Bessie Picket, b abt 1890 MI. Issue
in Brooklyn, MI

+
3272.daughter.
2305. BESSIE HAYNER, b 1 Aug 1894 White Oak, MI, d 1988; m Ralph Strope. Issue in

Mason, MI (STROPE)
3273.son
3274.daughter.
3275.son

2307. JOHN LEVI HAYNER, b 6 Sep 1862, d 16 May 1942; m Dec 1887 Nancy Hayes, b 27
Jun 1869 County Antrim, Ireland, d 30 May 1936. The order of the children is not certain.
3276.Addie Mary, b 14 Sep 1888, d 6 Sep 1910

+
3277.William John, b 6 Jan 1890
+
3278.Anna Estella, b 8 Jun 1891
+
3279.Blanche Delia, b 13 Nov 1892
3280.Bessie, b Jan 1895, d ca Sep 1895 (gravestone has d 1901)
3281.Burt Seymour, b 13 Aug 1897, d 30 Jul 1962; unm.
+
3282.Philip Curtis, b 14 Apr 1900, d 1975.
2310. CHARLES A. HAYNER, b 26 Feb 1863 NY State; d Hudson, MI. Raised by his father
after his mother’s early death, he did not like the stepmother and left home to be a cook on a
Hudson River boat. Later he worked on the railroad between Chicago and Toledo; met his wife in
Hudson, MI where he married and resided. He m Charity Evatt.

+
3283.Lester L., b 26 Feb 1899
3284.Charles, Jr.; d at age 5.
3285.Mary E., m — McNair
2312. JOHN H. HAYNER, b 21 Sep 1879 in MI, d 15 Nov 1962 Troy, NY; m 19 Oct 1899
Edith Smith, b 5 Dec 1879, d 13 Apr 1966. Issue Troy, NY

+
3286.Lela, b 15 Oct 1900
3287.Milo E., b 12 Apr 1904, d 23 Mar 1982; m Gladys Smith, b 19 Nov 1905, d 1 Jun
1992; no ch.

2313. MARY HAYNER, b Pittstown, NY; m (1) Edmund Altrock. Issue in Troy, NY, 10 ch

including the following: (ALTROCK)
3288.Harmon, m Ethel
3289.Muriel

2313. MARY HAYNER; m(2) — Sibley

2315. JESSIE HAYNER, b Brunswick, NY, d 10 Nov 1918; m 11 Mar 1914 Edmund
Bonesteel (#3441), b 2 Jul 1893, d 31 Aug 1967, s/o Ai Bonesteel & Harriet Frances Hayner
(#2515). [Ai’s name pronounced as two separate vowels: long “a”, long “i”.] Issue in Albia,
(Troy), NY: (BONESTEEL)

3290.son, grandchildren.
3291.daughter, grandchild.
3292.son, grandchildren.

2319. ZOA HAYNER, b. 16 Feb 1890; m William Trumble. Issue: (TRUMBLE)
3293.son
3294.daughter
3295.daughter

2324. MABEL FRANCES HAYNER, b 30 Oct 1881; m 22 Mar 1905 George Lockrow, b 25
Dec 1872, d 15 Mar 1949; both were b and d Brunswick, NY. Issue: (LOCKROW)
3296.Myron G., b 2 Aug 1908, m Beulah Haynes (#3489), d/o Freeman Haynes & Stella

Hayner (#2543).
3297.son.
3298.daughter.

2326. JESSIE HAYNER, m Clark Martin. Issue: (MARTIN)

3299.daughter.

3300.daughter.

2335. EDWARD WILLIAM HAYNER, b 30 Apr 1887 Troy, NY, d 20 Nov 1946 Greenwich,
NY; m Alice Louise Crandell, b 11 Jul 1888 Ashtabula, OH, d 11 Apr 1938 New York State.
Issue:

+ 3301.son
+ 3302.daughter
+ 3303.daughter
2343. LEWIS SMITH HAYNER, b 6 Sep 1880 Clifton Park, NY, d 24 Mar 1954 Delmar, NY;
m 30 Jun 1903 Daisy Irene Sharrock, b Mechanicville, NY, d 8 May 1959 Delmar, NY, d/o
George & Sarah Sharrock.

+ 3304.son
2344. LILLIAN M. HAYNER, b 20 May 1873 in California, d 25 Aug 1936 in Minneapolis,
MN. She m 3 Apr 1890 Edwin H. Cornell, b 17 Nov 1868, Good Thunder, MN, d 24 Dec 1948
St. Louis Park, MN. He was a railroad freight traffic agent, was transferred around; 1900 census
has the Cornell family in Elbow Lake, MN. Issue: (CORNELL)

3305.Harriette (“Hallie”), b Mar 1891 in North Dakota, res 1965 at Big Fork, MN, d by
1970. She m 27 Oct 1912 in Minneapolis Walter Hill MacNeil, b 27 Feb 1880 Alexandria MN, d
12 Mar 1965 Minneapolis, bu Alexandria, MN. He was a dentist. Issue: (3 sons).

2345. WILSON ASHLEY HAYNOR, b 20 Apr 1875 in CA; d 23 Dec 1911 in Yakima, WA. He
spelled his name Haynor. He m(1) Lulu May Pennock, b Pomme de Terre, MN 26 Jul 1875, d/o

J. A. & L. E. Pennock; d 8 Jun 1958 at Whitehall, MT. They res. Elbow Lake, MN, were divorced
in 1900.
+ 3306.Cecil Alice, b 29 Apr 1896
2345. WILSON ASHLEY HAYNOR, b 20 Apr 1875; m(2) 4 Dec 1900 Mildred Bell Furman,
b 15 Mar 1880 Sterling Center, MN, d 2 Oct 1937 Yakima, WA; d/o Cornelius Henry Furman (b
IL) and Ella Hopkins (b PA).

+ 3307.Helen Harriette, b 24 Jul 1902
2349. FREDERICK VANDENBURG HAYNER, b 3 Jan 1882 Brunswick, NY, d 2 Oct 1964
Freeport, IL; m 1 Jul 1907 Helen Hazlett Hale, b 14 Oct 1883 Schaghticoke, NY. Parole and
probation officer, well known for rehabilitation work; business man and vice president of a
Savings and Loan. Rotary Club; 33rd degree Mason. Issue in Freeport, IL.

+ 3308.Frank Richard, b 15 Apr 1908
2366. CATHERINE HANER, b 1864, d 1948; m (1) 2 Nov 1887 (Clav Ref) Adam Shutts,b6
Feb 1843, d 13 Feb 1915; bu Hillsdale NY. Her sister Lillian Haynor (#2368) m Alfred Shutts.
Issue: (SHUTTS)

3309.Emmett, b 1892, d 1953; lived and d Waterbury, CT; m Anna Stacia Conway; 4 ch.

3310.Florence E., b 1894, d 26 Jul 1970; m(1) 19 Mar 1914 Henry Poucher; m(2) John
Prendergast, d 1952; no ch either marriage.

3311.Catherine, b ca 1895, d 1915; m John Quick.

3312.William Harold, b ca 1900, d 8 May 1969 Pittsfield, MA, emp Western Mass.
Utilities; m 3 Jan 1919 Ruth Evelyn Turner, Great Barrington, MA, b 1899, d 1969. Issue: (1

son, 1 daughter, grandchildren).

3313.Dorothy, b 12 Sep 1901; m 4 Feb 1920 John O’Brian of Housatonic, MA, b 23 Feb
1899; 6 ch.

3314.Laura, m Irving Westover; 3 ch; Laura was child of Clara (#2370), raised by
Catherine (#2366).

2366. CATHERINE HANER, b 1864; m(2) 30 Nov 1918 John Decker of Hillsdale, NY, b
1854, d ca 1942 Hillsdale NY.

2367. MILLER CLAYTON HANOR, b 30 Jul 1867 Martindale, NY, d 28 Jun 1924 Waterbury,

CT. He m(1) 1890 Rosetta I. Osgood, b 12 Jan 1864, d 23 Jan 1897.

3315.John Porter, b 20 Dec 1890, d 14 Mar 1960

3316.Esther Gregory, b 5 Aug 1892, d 1930s

2367. MILLER CLAYTON HANOR, b 30 Jul 1867; m(2) Isabella Chisholm Walker, b 1869,
d 1 Sep 1913

3317.Jean Margaret, b Aug 1901, d age 10 days.

+ 3318.George Walker, b 11 Oct 1903
+ 3319.Charles Miller, b 2 Mar 1906
2367. MILLER CLAYTON HANOR, b 30 Jul 1867; m(3) 1917 Amy F. Tufts, b 1875, d 2 Feb
1964.

2368. LILLIAN L. HAYNOR, b 10 Oct 1869, d 7 Feb 1932; m 28 Dec 1886 Alfred Shutts,b
19 Sep 1861, d 25 Dec 1927, s/o Alfred Shutts & Rebecca Odell. Both are bu in Niver cem,
Craryville, NY. Issue: (SHUTTS)

3320.Ralph, b 10 Apr 1888, d 19 Feb 1938. He m(1) 19 Oct 1919 Ethel R. Pagan, b 19
Oct 1919 Brooklyn, NY, d 26 Oct 1934, d/o Frederick Pagan & Phillipine Von Ochsen. Issue: (2
sons, 2 daughters, 1 of whom was was an active worker on the whole of the Hayner family
history)…Ralph Shutts m(2) 4 Jan 1937 Sylva Wolcott, b 27 Dec 1903; issue: (1
daughter).

3321.Rebecca Edith, b 16 Dec 1889, d 23 May 1937. She m(1) David Lavallo; m(2)
George Richards.

3322.Sarah, b 7 Feb 1893, d 31 Mar 1971, bu Dover Plains, NY. She m(1) 22 Sep 1909
Orville Alonzo Wheeler, b 17 Mar 1878, d 1912; Issue:(1 son, 1 daughter, grandchildren).

3323.Frank, b 25 Oct 1902, d 29 Apr 1958; m 17 Nov 1921 Alma Stupplebeen or
Supplebean of Craryville NY, b 10 Oct 1903 (1 son, 1 daughter, grandchildren).

2369. LYMAN CLAYTON HAYNOR, b ca 1871; m(1) 13 Oct 1892 Emma J. Whitbeck, no
issue. He m(2) Frances Benjamin of Waterbury, CT.

3324.Douglas

2372. HOMER J. HAYNOR, b 30 Jan 1888, d 20 Jan 1966 Hudson, NY. He m Ann Louise

Race, b 14 Aug 1890, d 29 Jan 1971 Hudson, NY. Issue:

3325.daughter.

3326.son.

2373. ROSE ANN HAYNOR, b 13 May 1890; m James McAree of Waterbury, CT; he d ca

1960. Issue: (Two other ch d in infancy) (McAREE) Issue:

3327.son

3328.son.

2374. WILLIAM HANER, (“Will”) b 25 Nov 1861 Prattsville, NY, d 16 Mar 1940 Conesville,
NY; m Nellie Fenner, b 1875 Gilboa, NY, d 27 Mar 1904 Conesville, NY, d/o John Fenner; d of
scarlet fever.

3329.Everette; m Elsie; no ch.

+ 3330.Elmer [Davis], born ca 1896
+ 3331.Ruth, b 21 Jun 1898
+ 3332.Frank, b 10 Dec 1899
+ 3333.Elizabeth, b 31 Jul 1901
+ 3334.Mildred, b 23 Mar 1903
2375. SARA HELEN HANER, b 16 Aug 1863, d 15 Mar 1935, b Prattsville, NY; res Catskill,
NY; m(1) George Francis Carl, d 6 May 1910, age 49 y, 4 m, 29 d, s/o Charles Carl b WI &
Jane Harris b Gilboa, NY. Issue: (CARL)

3335 .Francis (a dau), b 1 Jul 1881, d 7 Jun 1894 age 12 y 11 mo, 7d (diphtheria).
3336.Charles A. (no middle name, just the initial), b 1 Jan 1884, d 8 Aug 1943; a driver;
res Catskill, NY; m Harriet Edwards, b ca 1883. In Generation [9]:
[9a].Charles Edwards Carl, b 29 Jul 1905, d 6 Feb 1955, m Gladys Mower;
furniture dealer in Catskill, NY. Issue: (1 son, grandchild).
3337.William, b 14 Feb 1889 Catskill NY, d 16 Jun 1959; plumbing contractor. He m
Lillian Conklin.

3338.John Lewis, b 5 Aug 1903, d 13 Oct 1961. He m Dorothy Baker. Lumber yard mgr,
Greene Cnty Hwy Dept. He was well-known for 40 years of firemanic activities. (1 son,
grandchildren).

2375. SARA HELEN HANER, b 16 Aug 1863, m(2) Fenton Brandow

2376. CORA ANN HANER, b 17 Aug 1868, d 1 Oct 1950; m Frank Edwards, d when his dau
was 3 years old. Cora did not remarry. Issue: (EDWARDS)

3339.Helen, m — Farrell.

2378. LORETTA HANER, b 16 May 1875; m Thomas Cook, res Kiskatom, NY. Issue:
(COOK)

3340.Frank

3341.Charles

3342.Elmer

2379. ROSE MAY HANER (Rosy), b 13 Mar 1877, d 5 Oct 1953; m 30 Oct 1895 Jacob Henry
Deyo, b 3 Jun 1876, d 5 Jun 1963, s/o Isaac Davis Deyo & Alice Dedrick. Issue: (DEYO)

3343.Beatrice, b 23 Apr 1898, d 29 Mar 1974; m Harry E. Tompkins, b 21 Dec 1890, d 29
Mar 1966. Issue: (2 daughters, 2 sons, grandchildren).

3344.Dora May, b 16 Apr 1901, d 19 Feb 1994; res Catskill, NY. She m(1) Feb 1921 W.

Ernest Roberts. Issue (1 daughter, 1 son, grandchildren).

3344.Dora May m(2) 11 May 1936 John J. Stefanko; no ch

3345.Floyd, b 20 Oct 1903, d 30 Aug 1964; m Myra Hansen (d). Issue: (2 sons, 1
daughter, grandchildren).

2380. EVALINE HANER, b 22 Feb 1879 Gilboa, NY, d 7 Nov 1939 Catskill, NY; m Burton
Dean (“J.B.”) Issue: (DEAN)

3346.Elizabeth, a teacher

3347.Burton

2381. LEWIS HANER, b 28 Feb 1881 in Catskill, NY, d 12 Apr 1953; m Rozella B. Smith, b,
ca 1886 MA, d Jan 1963; had a plumbing and heating business in Boston, MA. They had 5
grandsons and 1 granddaughter.

+
3348.Ralph, b 1908 MA (d)
3349.daughter.
2385. LENA HANER, b 2 Oct 1888, d 2 Dec 1965; b Cauterskill, NY, d Binghamton, NY. She
m(1) — Smith, m(2) — Frayer. Issue (SMITH)

3350.Fred, d before 1965, bu Arlington National Cemetery.

2388. D. K. HANER, b 1868 Conesville, NY, d 1926. This is the full name — just the initials.
He m Isadora Olivia Bailey (“Dora”), b 13 Aug 1864 Gilboa, NY, d/o Amos Bailey & Mary
Collins.

+
3351.C. Lyle, b 1894
3352.Pearl, b 21 May 1897, d 1925; m Roy J. Smith, b 1892, d 1920; both bu Manorkill,
NY.
3353.Loren C., b 1 Feb 1903 Gilboa, NY, d 1920 bu Manorkill, NY; unm.

2389. EUGENE WILLIAM HANER, b 8 May 1870, d Jul 1919; he was a Rev., res Oneonta,
NY; m 28 Sep 1898 Ina Louise Mabie, b 1 Feb 1877, d 21 May 1961, d/o George Washington
Mabie & Tenetta Maria Hoyt.

+
3354.Francis Washington, b 24 May 1899
3355 Harold C., b 1900 South Valley NY, d at birth.
3356.Beatrice, b 1901 South Valley NY, d there 1901 age 3 months.
+
3357.Robert Paul, b 26 Nov 1904
3358.son, d.y.
2391. ANNA MARIE HAYNER, b 22 Sep 1877, d ca 1954; m Eugene R. Ormsbee, b 17 Jan
1874 Windham, NY. Tradition in this line is that this Haner family was in the Westkill, NY area
in early 1700s; said to be low Dutch; members attended the “Dutch Reform Church”. Issue:

(ORMSBEE)

3359.Howard M., b Aug 1901, d 1965; m Marjorie Brewer, res Schuyler Lake, NY. Issue:
(1 son, 2 daughters, 1 grandchild).

3360.Hazel, b Sep 1903, d 1973; m Perry Felter; res Canajoharie, NY. Issue: (2 daughters,
1 son).

3361.Addison S., b 1906, d 1966; m Hope D____, res Durham, NY. Probably had 9 ch,
names not known.

3362.Helen, b Aug 1909; m Earl Morse; res Fulton, NY (1 son, daughters).

3363.son, grandchildren.

3364.son, grandchildren.

2396. ADA ELIZA HANER, b 25 Oct 1881, d 23 Mar 1913 in a tornado. She m Warren

Steinbach. Issue: (STEINBACH)

3365.Esther Ada, b 15 May 1902; d.

3366.Warren Henry, b 1 May 1904

3367.Leslie Van Dyke, b 5 Jun 1906, d 26 Nov 1974

3368.Clarence Paul, b 31 Jan 1908

3369.Clifford Ervin, b 5 Apr 1909, d 11 Jan 1974

3370.Harold Haner, b 12 Aug 1912, d 23 Mar 1913 in his mother’s arms when a tornado

blew their house down onto the storm cave where they took refuge.

2398. JENNIE ROSETTA HANER, b 12 Aug 1888, d 16 Dec 1966; m 4 Sep 1912 Zachary
Antone Schilling, b 30 Mar 1882, d 16 Dec 1964; res Osmond, NE and Hastings NE. Issue:
(SCHILLING)

3371.son.

3372.daughter, greandchildren.

3373.daughter.

3374.daughter.

3375.son, d.y.

2399. HAZEL MARIE HANER, m Leo Connor. Issue: (CONNOR)
3376.Friend David, b after 1895; res Highland, CA

2400. ROYAL FRIEND HANER, b 24 Nov 1898 Atkinson, NE, d 4 Jan 1981 m 32 Jul 1924
Esther Nieth Sallman, b 19 Jan 1903 Shelby, IA, d 16 Aug 1983. Lived in Hastings, NE; moved
to Brayton, Iowa in 1934.

+ 3377.daughter
+ 3378.son
+ 3379.son
2403. JULIUS RAY HANER, b 5 May 1890 Westkill, NY, d 7 Nov 1955; m 12 Jul 1911
Catherine B. Thorne, b 10 Dec 1887, d 28 Jan 1991. In 1990 she was the oldest known living
Haner/Hayner family member.

+ 3380.daughter
+ 3381.daughter
2413. FRANK HENRY HANER b 1890 Windham, NY, d 1950. He was a veterinarian, grad.
1924 Cornell; he located in Hunter, NY. He m Janette Schuyler Knight, b 1897, d 1960.

3382.son.

+ 3383.daughter
+ 3384.son
+ 3385.son
+ 3386.son.
2414. MAE LOUISE HANER, b Sept 1891 m Ralph Thomas Traphagen. Issue:
(TRAPHAGEN)

3388.son, grandchildren
3389.daughter, grandchild.

2415. AUDRIC R. HANER, b Jun 1899, m Pearl Schermerhorn, d 27 Mar 1993.

+ 3387.son.
2431. ELMER HAYNOR, d 2 Oct 1965 Claverack, NY. He m Elsie Swartz, b 17 Feb 1894, d
24 Sep 1977, d/o John Swartz & Ella Smith.

+ 3390.daughter
+ 3391.daughter
2445. WELCOME ANSON HANOR, b 17 Nov 1879, d 23 Dec 1952; a physician and surgeon
in Big Flats, Corning, and later Buffalo, NY; bu Central Square, NY. He m Jan 15 1905 Mable
Barker Zimmer, b 31 Dec 1884 Big Flats, NY, d May (?) 1950 Buffalo, NY.

+ 3392.Carleton Zimmer, b 30 Jan 1906
3393.Harry Dudley, b 20 Dec 1907 Corning, NY, d 18 Dec 1978 Buffalo, NY; unm; was
clerk in Cellophane Marketing, Dupont.

2449. EARL J. HANOR, b 18 Apr 1895 Pittsfield, NY, d 12 Dec 1967 Oneonta, NY; m 6 Sep
1916 Marian Vrooman Houghtaling, b 13 Nov 1898 Sharon, NY, d 8 Dec 1980, Oneonta, NY,
d/o Winne J. Hotaling & Malinda E. (Minnie) Vrooman. Earl’s name has just the middle initial;
there is no middle name.

+ 3394.son
2451. CATHERINE HANER, b 19 Jun 1888 Austerlitz, NY, d 2 Jan 1976; m Joseph H.
Beaucage. Issue: (BEAUCAGE)
3395.Joseph H., 2nd; probably 5 ch.

2452. HARRIET HANOR, b ca 1890, d ca age 62 (or: b 16 Jan 1895, d 20 Nov 1960); m(1)

Edward Perry, b 22 Jan 1892 Monroe, MA. Issue: (PERRY)
3396.daughter
3397.daughter
3398.son
3399.son.

2452. HARRIET HANOR, b ca 1890, m(2) Floyd Wilson, b 27 Mar 1892 West Stockbridge,
MA, d 5 Feb 1972.

2453. CARRIE ELLA HANOR, m Oct 1902 Frank Walter Warfield. Issue: (WARFIELD)
3400.Minnie C., b 2 Apr 1904 Martindale, NY, d 30 Jun 1974 North Claverack, NY; unm.
3401.Irene, d ca 1993 age 82. She m Parker Cross, no ch.
3402.Beatrice, b 5 Nov 1906 Martindale, NY, d 16 Jan 1977; m John A. Mesick (brother

of Edwin G.); res Spencertown, NY. (5 sons).
3403.Raymond

2454. MINNIE HANOR, m Lloyd Warfield. Issue: (WARFIELD)
3404.Carrie, m Edwin Griswold Mesick (brother of John A.)
3405.Lloyd, Jr., unm

2457. DOUGLAS JOHN HANOR, b 3 May 1905 Fly Creek, NY (twin), d 6 Jan 1958. He m
Aug 3 1928 Helen K. Henningson, b 19 Jul 1902 Brooklyn, NY, d 5 Mar 1984 d/o Charles K.
Henningson & Emma Lursen.

3406.son

2458. DORMAN HENRY HANOR, b 3 May 1905 Fly Creek, NY (twin), d 8 Jun 1966
Casablanca, Morocco; salesman, Mobil Oil Co. He m 31 May 1930 Florence Virginia Parrette,
secretary, b 8 Sep 1906, d 29 Jan 1985.

+ 3407.daughter
2459. MARIAN ELIZABETH HANOR, b 23 Feb 1907; m 1 Oct 1924 Donald Charles Reed,

b 23 May 1903 (d). Issue: (REED)
3408.son, grandchildren.
3409.daughter, grandchildren.

2469. CLARK HAYNER, b 4 Nov 1850, d 21 Oct 1893; res Troy, OH. He m 16 Nov 1876

Fannie Helena Sellers, b 2 Feb 1856, d 22 Mar 1883, d/o George H. Sellers & Rowena Mundy.
3411.George Lewis, b 2 Feb 1878, d 6 Feb 1878

+
3412.George Mundy, b 23 Feb 1880 (twin of Lewis Lee)
+
3413.Lewis Lee, b 23 Feb 1880 (twin of George Mundy)
3414.Arthur Clark, b 22 Feb 1882
2474. WILLIAM M. HAYNER, b 14 Sep 1857 Piqua, OH, d 1912 at home of his brother-in-law
Walter Kidder. He m 1891 Mary Harter Coleman, d 17 Mar 1942, d/o Samuel Kyle Harter and
Olivia Meredith; late owner of Dr. Harter Medicine Company in St. Louis, MO. William and his
brother Charles Hayner took over the Hayner Distillery after the death of their uncle Lewis
Hayner; they moved the Harter Co. to Ohio after 1891. Upon the death of Mrs. Hayner in 1942,
the Hayner mansion in Troy, OH, built in 1914, was presented to the city as the public library; in
1976 a new public library was built and the house became the Troy-Hayner Cultural Center,
operated with public tax support. In 1979, the Samuel K. Harter home in Troy was the Elks
Lodge in that city.

3415.Mary Isabelle, b 3 Aug 1897; m(1) Stouder Thompson, 3 ch; m(2) — Preston, res
CA.

2477. JOSEPH EDWARD HAYNER, d Mar 16, 1881; m(1) Ladora Martin (named as Dora
Irons in some lists).

+
3416.Bessie Ladora, b 5 Sep 1877
+
3417.John Montague, 2nd (Monte), b 24 Dec 1880
2477. JOSEPH EDWARD HAYNER, m(2) 2 Dec 1884 Eusebia Krewson, d 3 Apr 1943.

+
3418.Joseph Edward, Jr., b 11 Jan 1886
+
3419.Irene Lida, b 16 May 1887
2479. HARRY MONTAGUE HAYNER (“Hab”) b Feb 1859 OH; m(1) Georgia Ann Monroe.
3420.Mary Elizabeth, d in childhood.

+
3421.Laura Oglesby, b Feb 1881 OH
+
3422.Ruby
2479. HARRY MONTAGUE HAYNER, b Feb 1859 OH; m(2) Lilian Searls; no ch.

2479. HARRY MONTAGUE HAYNER, b Feb 1859 OH; m(3) Mamie Rausch, b ca 1879 OH;
issue in Lebanon, OH:

+
3423.Harriet A., b ca 1904 OH
+
3424.Julia M., b ca 1907 OH
+
3425.son
2480. WILLIAM H. HAYNER, m Hattie Nixon.

+
3426.Willard
+
3427.Dorothy
+
3428.Elizabeth
2494. MARY ALDINE HAYNER, (Mary Adaline in LDS records), b 23 Jul 1850 Grafton, NY,
d 16 Nov 1932 Spencerport, NY; m 13 Mar 1872 James F. Truesdale, b 8 Apr 1847, d 30 Jun
1930. Issue: (TRUESDALE)

3429.Marion, b 13 Dec 1873, d 3 Feb 1881

3430.Ruth M., b 4 Sep 1875, d ca 1969; m 4 Oct 1903 George Johnson Grieve; res Perry,
NY. Issue (adopted): (1 son).

3431.William Martin, b 4 Oct 1877, d 4 Mar 1967; res Lily Dale, NY. He m Eva H.
Thompson, b 17 Apr 1881, d 12 Feb 1965. Issue:(1 adopted son, grandchildren).

3432.Bertha Belle, b 25 or 30 Jun 1879, d 18 Oct 1879

3433.Leon James, b 2 May 1883; m, had ch, names not known.

3434.Florence Daisy, b 5 Sep 1888, d 5 Sep 1915 in auto-train crash

2497. ALICE HAYNER, b 29 Jul 1868 Parma, NY area, d 24 Jul 1954 Perry, NY, m Lewis
Lawson. She was an organist. She stated that the Ha(y)ner family was Dutch, not German. Issue:
(LAWSON)

3435.Carol Marjorie, b 13 Nov 1896, d 20 Oct 1965 Pompano Beach, FL. She was an
organist; m Clayton G. Fryer, a flier and builder (1 daughter).

2501. BION WESLEY HAYNER, b 27 Jul 1862 Brunswick, NY, d there 19 Nov 1940. m(1) 11
Nov 1883 Mary Jane Snyder, b 7 Jan 1865, d 1895.

+ 3436.Almeron, b 10 Dec 1894
2501. BION WESLEY HAYNER, b 27 Jul 1862; m(2) Mary Elizabeth Wager (“Libbie”), b 30
Aug 1875, d 22 Jun 1968, d/o Edward & Jerusha Wager; no ch.

2515. HARRIET FRANCES HAYNER, b 18 May 1865, d 9 Aug 1919; m 26 Aug 1880 Ai
Bonesteel, res Pittstown, Grafton, Brunswick, and Quackenkill, NY. Note: Ai’s name is
pronounced as two separate vowels — long “a”, long “i”. Ai Bonesteel had previously m Ethel
[Peckham] Feathers, the mother of Helen Yunck. See #2508 for a summary of the Feathers and
Peckham connections. Issue: (BONESTEEL)

3437.Alvah Edward, b 6 Jul 1883, d 28 Jul 1952; m 26 Mar 1908 Inez Bornt, b 17 Nov
1886 Brunswick NY, dr 15 Feb 1958, d/o Martin Bornt & Hannah Laura Rose. Issue: (1 child, b
& d 1909; plus 4 sons, 2 daughters).

3438.Walter Anson, b 8 Sep 1885 Pottstown, NY; m(1) Anna Johnson; m(2) Alice
Wallingford.

3439.Lulu Frances, b 8 Dec 1887; m 21 Oct 1911 Arthur C. Karner.

3440.Orlie J., b 17 Mar 1890, d 10 Mar 1896.

3441.Edmund, b 2 Jul 1893, d 31 Aug 1967 White Church, Brunswick, NY; m 11 Mar
1914 Jessie F. Hayner (#2315), d 15 Nov 1967, d/o Amos Hayner & Jessie Rose. Their 3 ch listed
under her code number.

3442.Millard, b 18 Jul 1895 (twin), d 18 Sep 1895.

3443.Milford, b 18 Jul 1895 (twin), d 18 Sep 1895.

3444.Willard Eugene, b 8 Sep 1896, d; m Delia Daley

3445.Eldora Leona, b 14 Mar 1900, d 6 Apr 1933; m Chris Fitting

3446.Freeman, b 22 Mar 1902, d; m Florence E. Keyes.

3447.Ellery, b 3 Apr 1903, d.

3448.Elmer, b 23 Apr 1905, d.

3449.Raymond, b 7 Jul 1907, d.

3450.Irving, b 17 Aug 1909, res Troy, NY (Center Brunswick). He m.— (1 son, 1
grandchild).

2516. GEORGIANA HAYNER, b 14 Feb 1868 Pittstown, NY, d 17 Feb 1930; m Isaac Loman,

b 22 Aug 1865 Kinderhook, NY, d 27 Jan 1944. Issue: (LOMAN)

3451.Bessie, b 8 Apr 1885, d 5 Jul 1885

3452.Eliza, b 21 Jul 1887; unm.

3453.Etta, b 22 Aug 1889; m(1) 16 Sep 1915 Orin Bonesteel, b 16 Oct 1891, d 27 Jul
1940; m(2) 27 May 1944 Jesse Tilley, b 29 Jul 1896, d 17 Jun 1956.

3454.Lester, b 22 Mar 1895, d 17 Sep 1895

3455.Nellie, b 8 Nov 1899; m Oliver Coonradt; 8 ch..

3456.Alice, b 3 Nov 1902, d 1 Nov 1964; m 28 Jun 1924 LeRoy Nible, b 29 Jul 1900; no
ch.

3457.Harold Kenneth, b 24 Nov 1907; d 21 Feb 2001; m 25 Oct 1931 Ida Elizabeth
Bothwell, b 13 Oct 1913, d 24 May 2002; res Mechanicville, NY. (2 daughters, 3 sons,
grandchildren)

2519. AMY MAY HAYNER, b 31 May 1882, d 19 Aug 1964; m(1) 4 Dec 1907 Clarence

Eycleshymer, b 6 Aug 1885, d 9 Dec 1947. Issue Brunswick, NY: (EYCLESHYMER)

3458.daughter.

3459.daughter, grandchildren

2519. AMY MAY HAYNER, b 31 May 1882; m(2) Archie Carpenter; no ch

2521. LORINDA HELEN HAYNER, b 5 Jun 1871, d Feb 1955; m 15 Dec 1892 Evart Goyer,
b 5 Mar 1868, d 1938; both were b and d in Brunswick, NY. They had 6 ch, of whom two d inf.
Issue: (GOYER)

3460.Charlie, b 1893, d 29 Jul 1958; m Pearl Morrison d Mar 1983, age 91 or 92; no ch.
[Charlie is a family name.]

3461.Effie Mae, b 28 Dec 1894, d 16 May 1976; m 18 Apr 1917 Stanley Justin Wissick, b
16 Sep 1896, d 15 Apr 1988. (1 son).

3462.Viola, b 1897, d 4 Jul 1991, res Greensboro, FL. She m Ken Grandy, d 1976. (2
daughters, grandchildren).

3463.Waldo, b 1898, d Nov 1987 res Cropseyville, NY; m Margaret Maguire, d 1969; had
a dau who died at birth ca 1930.

2523. JOHN G. HAYNER, b 19 Apr 1875, d 1940; m Ruth Snyder, b 1879, d 1937; both b and

d Brunswick, NY.

3464.Ernest, m Martha Sheffer; no ch.

3465.Eva (or Elva), m Elmer Shriner; no ch.

+ 3466.Lester
2524. WILLIAM M. HAYNER, b 1877 Brunswick, NY, d Albany, NY; m 23 Nov 1904 Carrie
Bonesteel, b Raymertown, NY. (2 sons, 2 daughters—one of whom died young).

2525. ETTA A. HAYNER, b 1879 Brunswick, NY; d there 1923; m Mar 1904 Charles

Shannon. Issue in Brunswick, NY: (SHANNON)

3471.Harold, b Mar 1905, m Beatrice; had son Harold, Jr. who m.

3472.Kenneth, b Nov 1908, d inf.

3473.Warren, b Jul 19xx.

2526. ELVA C. HAYNER, b 23 May 1881 Grafton, NY, d 25 Jan 1960; m John P. Devine.

Issue: (DEVINE)

3474.Gilbert F.; married (2 sons, 1 daughter).

3475.son, grandchildren.

3476.son, grandchildren.

2528. FRANCES HAYNER, b 1884 Grafton, NY; m Elmer Wagar.
Issue: (WAGAR)

3477.Marsh; m Berenice Vial. (2 sons, 2 daughters).

2529. IDA MAE HAYNER, b 1 Jan 1888 Grafton, NY, d 8 Apr 1972 Schenectady, NY; m 19
Mar 1908 Elmer Charles Hayner, b 17 Nov 1884 Brunswick, NY, d 8 Sep 1963, s/o Charles
Enos Hayner & Chloe Bonesteel. We cannot place Charles Enos Hayner precisely; he was son of
a Michael, grandson of a Martin, and greatgrandson of a John R. Hayner (Heiner). Issue:

(HAYNER)

+ 3478.Raymond Francis, b 5 Jul 1909
+ 3479.son
+ 3480.daughter.
Note: Charles Enos Hayner had 7 children: Albert, Lena, Elmer (see above), Chester, and 3 who
died young. See Supplement P for what is known of this family. See also #1284.

2530. HERBERT ALLEN HAYNER, b 6 Mar 1894 Grafton, NY, d 19 Nov 1967; m 8 Apr
1922 Beulah Locke, d 16 Jan 1968 Cropseyville, NY

+ 3481.daughter
+ 3482.son.
2540. WILLIAM HAYNER, b 28 Feb 1892, d 6 Mar 1985; m Hattie Goyer, d 30 Dec 1956.
3483.daughter, unmarried.

2541. MARY E. HAYNER, b 24 Feb 1896, d 1963 (g-s has 1895-1963); m Warren King. Issue

in West Sand Lake, NY: (KING)

3484.daughter (prob. unm.)

3485.son

2542. ARTHUR HAYNER, b 1881, d 1949; m(1) Bessie Mace, no ch. He m(2) Bertha
Christensen

+ 3486.son (adopted).
2543. STELLA HAYNER, b 1884 Brunswick, NY; m Freeman Haynes. Issue in Brunswick,
NY: (HAYNES)

3487.Mildred, b 31 Mar 1905

3488.daughter

3489.daughter.

2552. JOHN ED HAYNER, name of wife not known; res Rock Co., WI
3490.Virginia; she m and had 3 sons, names not known.

2553. MARVIN HAYNER, name of wife not known; res Rock Co., WI.

3491.Charles; m 1904 Etta Mosher, b 1872 no ch.

3492.William, d when ca 5 years old.

2556. JOHN BRIGHAM HAYNER, b 23 Mar 1865, d 21 Feb 1898; m Grace, b 1867, d 1928,
They res Rock Co., WI. As a boy, Brigham lost the sight of one eye while playing with caps from
the shells of a gun. The family later moved to Madison, WI.

3493.Ruth

2557. ALBERT LEE HAYNER (“Bert”, “A.L.”), b 31 Mar 1871, d 16 Feb 1960; m 10 May
1894 Hannah Masha Wray, b 24 Apr 1876, d 23 Jan 1946, d/o James Glendenning Wray &
Helen Jean Edgar. Bert was b on the original John .P.J. Hayner farm in Rock Co; in 1903 moved

to a farm 7 miles NW of Antigo, WI where he raised riding and carriage horses. He sold his farm
in 1920 and moved to Antigo where he was Sales Supervisor in WI for an Indiana fertilizer
company. Hannah was a school teacher and church worker. Both bu Antigo, WI.

3494.Helen Louise, b 27 Sep 1896; unm; res Antigo, WI. She taught in three rural school
districts and in Sheboygan, WI. She returned to Antigo, WI, and after her father’s death she was a
teacher and administrator at the Langlade County Teachers’ College. In 1970 she was one of four
Green Thumb and Green Light workers throughout the U.S. selected to testify before the U.S.
Senate Commission on Aging. Helen was a diligent compiler of the history of the branches of the
John P. J. Hayner family.

+ 3495.Lewis Tillman, b 2 Jul 1898
3496.Albert Lee Hayner, Jr., b 9 Nov 1899, d 19 Nov 1979; unm. He was born blind and
had a full and active life; lived with his unmarried sister Helen in Antigo, WI.

+ 3497.Stuart Wray Hayner, b 21 May 1901
+ 3498.daughter
2558. CHARLOTTE MAE HAYNER (Lottie), b 28 Feb 1875, d 1943. She m(1) 1 Sep 1896
Frank Scoville, d 1 Sep 1918; res Janesville, WI. Issue:
(SCOVILLE)

3499.Gladys De Etta, b 11 Sep 1897; d 22 Dec 1915.

3500.Lea Hayner, b 17 Feb 1900, d 28 Apr 1933; m Nell Burdick. Issue: (2 daughters,
grandchildren).

3501.Lillian Marie, b 27 Oct 1901; m 23 Sep 1926 Henry Nitz (d ca 1957). Issue: (2
daughters, grandchildren).

2558. CHARLOTTE MAE HAYNER, b 28 Feb 1875, m(2) 5 Jan 1922 Charles Madder, d 12
May 1933; no ch.

2559. MARTHA LOUISE HAYNER (“Myrtle”), b 4 Dec 1884 Rock Co., WI; d 19 Dec 1931

Rockford, IL. She m 26 Sep 1906 Otto Campbell, b 1883. Issue: (CAMPBELL)

3502.Jean, m Gerald E. Daugherty. Issue: (2 daughters).

3503.Mary, m Howard M. Woodard. Issue: (2 daughters, 1 son).

3504.son

3505.daughter.

2560. WILLIAM LEWIS HAYNER, b 3 Apr 1886 Rock Co., WI; d 1938 Racine, WI; m 27
Sep 1911 Mary McGuire of Antigo, WI.

+ 3506.daughter
+ 3507.daughter
2573. MARY EVELYN HAYNER, b 29 Sep 1859 Cuyahoga Falls, OH, d there 2 Sep 1939; m
Charles I. Dailey, d 23 Apr 1918. Issue: (DAILEY)

3508.Edna, b 3 Jul 1880, d 1 Nov 1952 Rochester, NY; m Joseph R. Webster, b 20 Oct
1872 Hartford, CT, an attorney. Issue: .
Margaret, who was blind, unm.

3509.Carl F., b 10 Aug 1882, d 3 Sep 1944; no issue.

3510.Anna, b 26 Jun 1885, d 13 Oct 1888.

2574. GEORGE MARSH HAYNER, b 11 Aug 1861 Cuyahoga Falls, OH, d 23 Feb 1945; m(1)
24 Apr 1888 Emma Elizabeth Mettler, d 15 Oct 1919. He was a manufacturer of cord and
string, Yonkers, NY. Issue there:

3511.George Wallace, b 18 Apr 1891, d 8 Apr 1977; m 23 Nov 1914 Catherine O’Keefe,
d 7 Oct 1976; no ch.

3512.John Clifford, b 11 Jun 1893, d 2 Jun 1981; m 22 May 1922 Mary Malloch, b 23 Sep
1895, d 23 Mar 1977; no issue. Dr. J. C. Hayner was a famous physician, faculty member New
York Medical College 1922-1961 and Asst. Attending Surgeon Flower Hospital in New York
City; Professor Emeritus, New York Medical College and Fifth Avenue Hospital.

+
3513.Norman Alexander, b 8 Sep 1894
+
3514.Emma Elizabeth, b 20 Jan 1896
3515.Paul Geisse, b 2 Sep 1899, d 15 Oct 1918; killed in France age 19; Pvt. 1st Class U.
S. Army Infantry.
2574. GEORGE MARSH HAYNER, b 11 Aug 1861; m(2) in 1922 Cora Harcourt Dunn, d 24
Dec 1948, no issue.

2576. JAMES FREDERICK HAYNER, b 22 Sep 1866 Cuyahoga Falls, OH, d 1 Oct 1901
Peking, China of diphtheria, bu there; m 1 Jun 1893 Mabel Silvester Shattuck, b 26 Jul 1871
Delaware, OH, d 26 Jul 1949 Warm Beach, WA. Fred had his B.D. degree from Union
Theological Seminary in New York City, was a Methodist missionary and bishop for N. China.
Had issue in Peking:

3516.Dorothy, b 12 Apr 1894, d late spring 1896 (cholera).

+
3517.Norman Sylvester, b 15 May 1896
+
3518.Miriam Marjorie, b 5 Aug 1897
3519.Katherine, b 11 Nov 1898, d age 17 Washington State.
2578. JOHN HINDE HAYNER, b ca 1868 Cuyahoga Falls, OH, was living in 1947; m(1) Oct
1901 Mary Horton, d ca 1905. He was in the moving, shipping and storage business in
Cleveland, OH.

3520.Miriam Frances, b 8 Nov 1902, d 1975 or ‘76 in FL; m 1939 or ’40; m Richard O.
Hummel, a colorist for an Ohio pottery. No issue.

3521.John Courtenay, b 21 Feb 1904; a sailor on the Great Lakes. He m(1) Loretta Bell,
who d; m(2) 12 Jun 1970 Esther Bigelow; no issue either marriage.

3522.James Frederick, b 17 Aug 1906, d 8 Jan 1980 Los Angeles, CA (data from CA
death index; mother’s maiden name on death record is Horton); About 1930, m(1) Betty G. — b
ca 1912 IL; m 5 times; no known issue.

2578. JOHN HINDE HAYNER, b ca 1868, m(2) Maud Parks.

2580. FREDERICK DOWNES HAYNER, b 8 Jul 1878 Janesville, WI, d 29 Sep 1947; m Ella

Freebury of Loda, IL.

3523.Linden, d inf

3524.Leslie Frederick; his name was changed to Frederick Kelley; res Great Barrington,
MA. He m Gertrude Maher of New York City; no ch.

+
3525.Lawrence Alfred, b 2 Dec 1904, d 8 Feb 1983
2582. SILAS ADDISON HAYNER, b 1891, d 26 Jul 1960; he was raised in Hyde Park area of
Chicago, IL; was Asst. Vice President of Chemical Corn Exchange Bank in New York City. He
m Florence Beetson, res Mt. Vernon, NY. Issue:

+
3526.daughter
+
3527.son
+
3528.daughter.
2584. FRED AMES HAYNER, b 1871, d 14 Jan 1929 in a house fire in Chicago. He organized
the sports department of the Chicago Daily News, and he gave the name of “Cubs” to the

National League baseball team. He m Jeanette Hutchison, d 1952.
3529.son

+
3530.son.
2590. EUNIDA ADELL HAYNER, b 31 Jan 1855, d 1934; m Charles Williams, Pittstown,
NY. Issue: (WILLIAMS)

3531.Richard Olin, b 17 Mar 1882, d 4 Oct 1944; m Margaret Hughes. Issue: .
Helen, d
1991, m(1) Francis T. Hunt (Frank), who died 1928 shortly before birth of his son, Richard
Franklin Hunt (1928-1991);... Helen m(2) Rifford C. Bedell, no ch; .
Florence, m Jack Moriarty,
no ch; .
Dorothy.

2591. ALONZO HAYNER, b 5 Oct 1858, d 13 Nov 1944; m 30 Apr 1884 Eugenia Roberts,b
23 Mar 1861, d 10 Dec 1952, d/o Merritt Roberts & Catherine Dusenbury. Both were b and d in
Brunswick, NY. He was a farmer who res on the old Hayner homestead in Brunswick on which
his father had lived. Issue in Brunswick, NY:

+
3532.Edna Elizabeth, b 21 Oct 1886
3533.Dow W., b 23 Feb 1892; d 12 Oct 1918 in World War I.
+
3534. Alonzo, b 1 Jun 1897
3535.Mildred H., b 13 May 1902, d 10 Oct 1986 Troy, NY; m 15 Aug 1944 Willard
Smith, b 19 Nov 1900, d 5 Dec 1962.

2594. RICHARD HAYNER, b 29 Aug 1865 Brunswick, NY, d there 6 Dec 1930; m 26 Nov
1890 Emma Alta Derrick, b 1 Aug 1867 Brunswick, NY, d 19 Jul 1936 Troy, NY, d/o Nelson
Derrick & Charlotte Williams. They lived on the old Derrick homestead in Brunswick, NY.

3536.Harold, b 27 Sep 1891, d 2 Aug 1892

+
3537.Jacob Nelson, b 10 Sep 1893
3538.Charlotte Irene, b 14 Jan 1896 Center Brunswick, NY, d 24 Sep 1989; unm., ret
1963 Ann Arbor, MI. She was an educator; taught library science at Syracuse Univ., Univ. of
Minnesota, and Michigan Univ.

+
3539.Clifford, b 10 Apr 1899
2596. MYRON HAYNER, b 28 Jul 1859 Brunswick, NY, d there 28 Aug 1885; m 22 Apr 1879
Alice Wager, b 1860, d 26 May 1888.

+
3540.Irving E., b 14 Jul 1883
+
3541.Myra, b 29 Jul 1885
2602. MITTIE HAYNER, b 17 Nov 1873 Brunswick, NY, d 15 Nov 1952 Troy, NY; m John S.
Jones, b 21 Mar 1872 Troy, NY where he d 24 Apr 1950. Issue: (JONES)

3542.Stewart Hayner, b 18 Apr 1908, d 5 Jun 1992. An M.D., ret 1981 American
Hospital in Paris, France. He m Georgette Gaulme, who d 13 Oct 1983. (1 daughter).

3543.daughter.

3544.daughter.

2603. HELEN HAYNER, m — Campbell; issue in Canada: (CAMPBELL)
3545.Irving

2606. EMMA CATHERINE HANER, b 6 Dec 1855 Brunswick, NY; m 13 Jun 1878 Robert

M. Decker. Issue in Troy, NY: (DECKER)
3546.Jeanne Frances, b 7 Aug 1884, d 26 Jul 1963 Troy, NY; m Irving Emory Wood, b 1
Jun 1883, d 1963; res Schaghticoke, NY. Issue: .
Barbara Decker, b 15 Mar 1909; unm.

2608. PHILIP SPRINGER HANER, b Jun 1865 Brunswick, NY, d 17 Jul 1933 Taylorville, IL;
m 25 Feb 1885 Elizabeth Staats, b 27 Oct 1863 Albany, NY. Issue in Taylorville, IL:

+
3547.Anna Hester, b 25 Sep 1886 (twin)
3548.Philip Springer, b 25 Sep 1886 (twin); res Taylorville, IL, unm.
2611. KATHERINE HANER (Kate), b 9 Sep 1861 Brunswick, NY, d 24 Nov 1929; m Elisha
Saunders Baucus, b 22 Jan 1856. Issue Melrose, NY: (BAUCUS)

3549.Florence, b 16 Sep 1887, d 22 Aug 1976; m 1910 Chauncey Dater; res Melrose, NY;
no ch.

3550.Helen M., b 10 Oct 1894 Melrose, NY, d 21 Dec 1985; m 10 Oct 1917 Gardner
Darling Perry b 10 Jan 1892, d 29 Jul 1985, res Schenectady, NY. (1 son, 2 grandchildren).

3551.Gladys, b May 1897, d 27 Feb 1968 Melrose, NY; m Andrew Krause, Jr. (d) (1
daughter, grandchildren).

2617. ARTHUR PETER HAYNER, b 11 Dec 1875 Halfmoon, NY, d there 24 Feb 1938; bu
Mechanicville, NY. He m Catharine Mary Travis, b 1882, d 1967; res Waterford, NY where
they had issue:

3552.Gerald Arthur, b 1908, d age 82 on 15 Oct 1990; unm.

2618. WILLARD SILAS HAYNER, b ca 1876, d 24 Feb 1938; m 18 May 1897 Mary Smith,b
1879, d 1962; she was #2748, d/o Alonzo V. Smith & Adeline Hayner.

+
3553.Millard Alonzo, b 15 Dec 1898
+
3554.LeRoy Silas, b 13 Feb 1901
3555.Mabel A., b 1903, d 1913
+
3556.Everett Smith, b 8 Oct 1907
+
3557.daughter.
2620. ADALINE HAYNER (Ada), b 1882, d 8 Feb 1939 Waterford, NY; m Burton L. Smith,d
before 1966 (he remarried twice after Ada’s death, one was to an Abbie or Addie). Both ch res
Waterford, NY. Issue: (SMITH)

3558.Harold B.; he married.

3559.Edna; m Lynn Cole

2643. MABEL CLAIR HAYNER, b 19 Jun 1886 Hood River, OR, d 20 Apr 1968. She m(1)
Jan 1906 Frank Elmer Allen, b 15 Jul 1871 in PA, d 20 Jan 1946 in WA. Issue: (ALLEN)

3560.Grace Luella, b 6 Dec 1906, d 26 Nov 1983; m 1927 Samuel Albro Burke, b 1902 (1
son, 1 daughter).

3561.Elmer Edwin, b 10 Jul 1908, d 24 Aug 1909

3562.Ruby Clare, b 9 Sep 1909, d 18 Oct 1910

3563.son, grandchildren.

3564.daughter, grandchild.

3565.daughter, grandchildren.

3566.son, grandchild.

2643. MABEL CLAIR HAYNER, b 19 Jun 1886; m(2) Prince Albert Rogers (“Al”); no ch.

2644. ADA FRANCES HAYNER, b 18 May 1888 Hood River, OR, d 22 Aug 1955 Portland,
OR; m 1 Mar 1906 Clarence Bliss LaBaw, b 30 Jul 1883 in TN, s/o Lewis LaBaw & Cyrena
Ruth Crane. Issue: (LaBAW)

3567.Charles Lewis, b 16 Dec 1906, d 30 Jul 1938; m 1938 Rachel

3568.Lila Ruth, b 2 Jun 1908 Lacombe, Alberta, (d ca 1992); m George H. Hansen (2

sons, 3 daughters).
3569.son, grandchildren.

2645. SADIE MAUDE HAYNER, b 31 Mar 1894, d ca 1988; m Elmer Pardee Rich. Issue:
(RICH)

3570.son, grandchildren.
3571.son, grandchildren.
3572.daughter, grandchildren.

2700. JESSIE AMELIA HAYNER; m a cattle raiser at Hoquiam, WA. Issue: (surname not
known; her dau signed as Dorothy B. Collins).

3573.Dorothy; m Grenold Collins.

2704. BURTON ANDREW HAYNER, b 21 Jul 1875 Royalton, NY, d 23 Apr 1943 Flushing,
NY, bu Pittsford, NY; m 6 Jul 1903 Christine Crump, b 3 Oct 1876, d 20 Nov 1965, d/o Shelby
Godwin Crump & Maria Edgeworth Boughton. In 1902 Burton was principal of the old high
school at Pittsford, NY; later spent 23 yr in schools of New York City and Long Island; res
Yonkers, NY. They adopted two children:

+
3574.Florence Gill, b 9 Sep 1905
3575.son.
2707. FLORENCE NETTIE HAYNER, b 14 Sep 1886 Middleport, NY; d 20 Feb 1945. She

m(1) Mark Bell, (div); issue in Middleport: (BELL)

3576.son

3577.son

3578.son.

2707. FLORENCE NETTIE HAYNER, b 14 Sep 1886; m(2) Herman Goodnick, no issue.

2708. FRANCIS EDWARD HAYNER, b 13 Feb 1889 Middleport, NY; d 3 Nov 1963 Idaho
Falls, ID; dairy and grain farmer, using irrigation. He m(1) 1911 Grace Good of Middleport who
d 6 months later. He m(2) 19 Nov 1914 Mabel E. Long, b 6 Mar 1888, d 9 Aug 1984, d/o Rev.
John Long and Ellen Haire.

+
3579.son
3580.son.
2709. MARY HAYNER, b 6 May 1891 Middleport, NY, d 22 Dec 1953 Depew, NY; m Harry

Passmore, b 5 Nov 1888. Issue in Depew, NY: (PASSMORE)

3581.daughter.

3582.daughter (twin).

3583.daughter (twin).

2710. ANDREW JACKSON HAYNER, b 10 Feb 1893 Middleport, NY, d 3 Jul 1958 Idaho
Falls, ID; Western produce buyer for A & P Company; sportsman, active church and Masonic
affairs. He m in NY 11 Oct 1911 Henrietta Stahl, b 11 Feb 1893 Wolcottsville, NY, d/o August
Stahl & Anna Martin. They moved west in 1914 and settled in Idaho Falls

+
3584.daughter.
2717. CLIFFORD NICHOLS HAYNER, b 30 Dec 1902 Royalton Center, NY, d 6 Jul 1992;
buyer, Eastman Kodak Co; res Rochester, NY; ret to Pompano Beach, FL. He was the first
President of the Hayner Family Association when it was organized in 1954, an office in which he

served until about 1982. He m 25 Aug 1928 Florence Emily Wheeler, b 6 Dec 1904, d 12 Mar
2004, d/o Harry Dexter Wheeler & Lena Boughton (Bouton); her ancestry was in the 9th
generation from Obadiah Wheeler of Odell, England, one of the founders of Concord, MA, and of
William White, seventh signer of the Mayflower Compact. Florence, an artist and art teacher in
public school, served continuously from 1954 to 1989 as Secretary of the Hayner Family
Association and first editor of the Hayner Family News.

+ 3585.son
+ 3586.daughter.
2718. ETHNA HAYNER, b 14 Jul 1879, Center Brunswick, NY; d there 10 Nov 1944, for 25
years Primary Sunday School Supt. in Gilead Lutheran Church. She m 28 Mar 1912 Franklin R.
Flower, s/o Benjamin Flower & Harriet Rousseau (said to be a descendant of the French
philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau). Issue in Brunswick, NY: (FLOWER)

3587.son.

3588.son.

2724. CLAIRE S. HAYNER, b 25 Dec 1895 Haynerville, NY, d 28 Jan 1975 Penny Farms, FL
where he retired after an active life of mission work and pastoring in Lutheran churches. After
ordination by Hamma Divinity School in Ohio he m(1) 2 Sep 1924 Esther Robe of Springfield,
OH, b 20 Jul 1892, d 18 Jul 1926, and served the mission at Guntur for 2 years. His wife and
infant son d in India.

3589.son, d.y.

2724. CLAIRE S. HAYNER, b 25 Dec 1895, m(2) 8 Oct 1932 Mary Ada Printz, of New
Springfield, OH, b 27 Jul 1896, d 19 Mar 1997, age 100. She taught school before her marriage,
then aided her husband in serving parishes at Springfield, OH, Ada, OH, and Beaver County, PA.
He then again accepted a call from the Board of Foreign Missions and went to New Amsterdam,
Guyana for 4 years. In retirement he served as assistant pastor at Zanesville, OH, later moved to
Florida in 1969.

+ 3590.daughter
+ 3591.son.
2725. FLOYD ELMER HAYNER, b 21 Jun 1897 Brunswick, NY, d 17 Apr 1991; m 19 Aug
1936 Florence Bulson, b 26 Jul 1905, d 4 Jul 1992, d/o Cyrus & Edith Bulson; farmer in early
life, later custodial staff of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY. Res Haynerville, NY,
where they had issue:

+ 3592.son
+ 3593.son.
2726. FRANKLIN HAROLD HAYNER, b 2 Nov 1895 Cohi, IL, d 25 Dec 1982; m 22 Apr
1919 Lucy Lavaughn Brooks, b 8 Nov 1895, d 28 Jul 1987. He res Saugus, CA after living most
of his life in North Hollywood, CA.

3594.Peter, b 1919 or 1920, d at birth

+ 3595.son
+ 3596.son
2727. JANE HAYNER, b 1 Nov 1898; m(1) Dr. Adolph H. Ahrens, Raleigh, NC. Issue:
(AHRENS)

3597.daughter.

2727. JANE HAYNER, b 1 Nov 1898; m(2) Harrison Kauffman; res Raleigh, NC.

2728. HELEN EMILY HAYNER, b 18 Mar 1904, d 11 Apr 1978; m 31 Dec 1928 Lee Homer
Person, b 4 Feb 1904, d ca Nov 1969; pathologist, plant disease, USDA. Issue: (PERSON)

3598.son, grandchild.

2730. THOMAS ROYAL HAYNER, b 27 Jul 1908 Las Cruces, NM, d 14 Apr 1995; m 5 Sep
1933 Bernetha Freeman, b 10 Jan 1913; d 11 Sep 2001. He was a chemical engineer, Dept. of
Defense, Edgewood Arsenal, MD; res Baltimore, MD. Issue:

3599.son.

2743. LOUIS HERMAN HAYNER, b 15 Feb 1869, d 12 Oct 1929. He was born and spent his
entire life on the ancestral farm which has remained in the direct line of descent of the Johannes
Hayner family more than 185 years at Haynerville, NY [The place was originally spelled without
an “s” as Haynerville, but the Post Office erroneously added an “s” to give “Haynersville”. In this
book we use the correct original spelling.] Louis was Justice of the Peace and a trustee of Gilead
Lutheran Church. He m 6 Nov 1896 Fanny A. Wiley, b 10 Oct 1868, d 15 Mar 1927, d/o Smith

W. Wiley & Julia Maria Baucus; b in Schaghticoke, NY, member of first graduating class of
Emma Willard School in Troy, NY.
+
3617.Lucy Julia, b 15 Jan 1898
+
3618.Gladys Jannette, b 25 Jan 1900
2750. GEORGE CHARLES HAYNER, b 5 Dec 1876 Haynerville, NY; d 28 Feb 1954; moved
with his parents when about 5 years old to Portland, OR, where he was in the machinery business
for 50 years. He m 1901 Eva Dawn Loomis, d 28 May 1962. Issue in Portland, OR.

+
3619.son.
2751. EMMA HAYNER, d mid-1940s Portland, OR; m(1) Albert Ormsby
Issue: (ORMSBY)

3620.Charles

2751. EMMA HAYNER, m(2) John Hankin, (d); no ch.

2753. LENA HAYNER, b 8 Jun 1891 Portland, OR, d there 16 Jan 1936. She m Glenn Taylor

McFadden, had issue: (McFADDEN)

3621.son.

3622.son, grandchildren.

2755. GEORGIANA HAYNER, b 19 Nov 1863 Schaghticoke, NY, d 23 Jul 1929 Schenectady,
NY; m 1 Sep 1881 Derrick Van Veghten, b 7 Nov 1856 Schaghticoke, NY, d 4 Jun 1935
Schenectady, NY. Issue in Schaghticoke (VAN VEGHTEN)

3623.Leon, b 28 Sep 1884, d 28 Jun 1947

3624.Erwin, b 3 Jul 1893

3625.Ruth, b 2 Jul 1900; m 22 Apr 1927 Barclay Meador.

3626.Harriett, b 30 Dec 1903, d Jan 1904

2762. MARTIN JOHN HAYNER, b 24 Mar 1866 Schaghticoke, NY, d there 1911; m Martha
Jane Welch, b 15 May 1877 Schaghticoke, NY, d 29 Jun 1950 Thompsonville, CT. Martha
remarried to William Greswood? and had 2 sons b 1914 and 1915.

+
3627.George John, b 24 Mar 1895
+
3628.Bessie, b 18 Dec 1898
3629.William Henry, b 4 Jun 1905

2763. ELEONER ELIZABETH HAYNER, b 22 Nov 1867 Schaghticoke, NY. d 11 Jun 1959;

m(1) Apr 1884 Charles Willis. Issue: (WILLIS)

3630.Howard A., b 19 Aug 1886; m(1) Dorothy Stowell; m(2) Edna Frederick.

3631.Arthur C., b 19 Apr 1888

2763. ELEONER ELIZABETH HAYNER, b 22 Nov 1867; m(2) 1904 Joseph Kelly. Issue:
(KELLY)

3632.Leona May, b 1906

2764. ISAAC NEWTON HAYNER, Jr., b 5 Jan 1870 Schaghticoke, NY, d there 14 Jan 1956; a

carpenter; m Julia Murphy, b 1875, d 1939 Schaghticoke.

3633.Olive, b 1895, d 1919

3634.Florence, b 12 Jun 1898; m Moore; she was living in 1976.

+
3653.Walter N., b 20 Nov 1900
3636.Infant, d at birth
3637.Leslie
+
3638.Earl J., b 6 Jun 1905
+
3639.Chester, b 10 Apr 1907
3640.son.
3641.Infant, d.y.
2765. JOHN WILLIAM HAYNER, b 21 Jun 1872 Schaghticoke, NY, d there 16 Mar 1928; m
Nov 1894 Mary Louisa Welch (Mamie), b 23 Apr 1879, d 15 Jan 1958; she was #2676, d/o
Charles Welch & Asenath Hayner. Issue in Schaghticoke.

+
3642.John William, 2nd, b 29 Aug 1895.
3643.Clara Mae, b 20 Oct 1896, d 11 Sep 1980; m 11 Sep 1915 Wilson Spicer, b 8 Sep
1893, d age 92 in 1985 or 86; no ch. She was an artist and a nurse in World War I.
3644.Marie Louise, b 1 Sep 1898; unm.
3645.James Arthur, b 26 Feb 1901, d 16 Sep 1962; m 1950 Helen Crockett Wilcox; no ch.

+
3646.Clarence Edward, b 11 May, 1903
3647.Hazel Asenath, b 3 Oct 1905; m(1) Richard Mauke; res Yonkers, NY; m(2) James
Elliott, d Nov 1989; no ch.
3648.Raymond Wesley, b 13 Dec 1907; unm; res Miami, FL.
3649.Dorothy E., b 17 Oct 1909; m Carl McCollum (d); no ch.
3650.son.

2766. SAMUEL EDWARD HAYNER, b 26 Sep 1875 Moskoke, Canada; d 10 Jan 1962
Onaway, MI. He was a mason and well-driller; m 25 May 1907 Ethyl Lucretia Hammond, b 31
May 1884, d 21 Nov 1976. Issue Onaway, MI.

+
3651.Helen Lucile, b 29 Apr 1909
+
3652.son
+
3653.son
+
3654.daughter.
2767. MARGARET HAYNER, b 23 Jul 1878 in Canada, d 1961 Johnstown, NY; m(1)
Frederick Orcutt, b 18 Apr 1872, d 7 May 1903; m(2) Samuel Buchanan, b 13 Dec 1875 in
Belfast, Ireland, d 7 May 1930 Schaghticoke, NY. Issue: (BUCHANAN)

3655.Ernest, b 15 Jul 1905, (d); m 1927 Mabel Lewis.

3656.May Fort, b 1 May 1908, (d)

3657.daughter.

3658.son.

2768. BERTHA HAYNER, b 11 Aug 1881 Schaghticoke, NY, d there 3 May 1942; m George

Husted. Issue: (HUSTED)
3659.Ora Nellie
3660.Isaac W.
3661.Gordon H.
3662.Jennie M.
3663.Lillian P.
3664.Louise R.

2769. MARTHA M. HAYNER (Nellie), b 15 May 1886 Schaghticoke, NY; m(1) Frederick

Speanburg. Issue: (SPEANBURG)
3665.Margaret
3666.Frederick
3667.Kenneth
3668.Mamie, d.y.

2769. MARTHA M. HAYNER, b 15 May 1886, m(2) Thomas White. Issue: (WHITE)
3669.Thomas, d.inf.

2769. MARTHA M. HAYNER, m(3) Charles Seamans, no ch.

2773. BERTRAM HAYNER, (or Edwin B, per father’s obit) b 1 Apr 1873 Schaghticoke, NY, d
there 26 Oct 1900; m Ida May Crounce, b Dec 1880 NY. She had 4 children by a previous
marriage: Ed, Marguerite m DePue, Grace, Carilee m Duell. A son of Basil said that Basil’s
mother was a Crump. Issue Schaghticoke, NY:

+ 3670.Bertram (Vernon?), b 20 Feb 1896 (not found in 1900 census for Schaghticoke. In
that census, “May” Hayner was listed with her husband, Bertram, and son Basil and was said to
have had only one child.)
+
3671.Basil R., b 25 Aug 1898
3672.Infant, b 15 Sep 1900
2775. RUTHERFORD McCHESNEY HAYNER, b 21 Sep 1877 Clarendon, NY, d 14 Mar
1939 West Sand Lake, NY. He was art editor, city editor and then editor of the Troy (NY) Times,
radio broadcaster, author of History of Rensselear County. On 24 Jun 1903 he m Mabelle E.
Beard, b 22 Jan 1881 Missouri Valley, IA, d 30 Sep 1976 Aurora, NY, d/o Warren Beard &
Elizabeth Stickney of Chester, VT. Mabelle was one of the three editors of the first edition of this
book History of the Hayner Family (1966) and was a dedicated genealogist and family historian.

+
3673.Dorothy, b 11 Apr 1907
+
3674.son.
2776. JAY LEGRAND HAYNER, b 22 Dec 1879 Schaghticoke, NY, d 10 Apr 1917; m 16 Sep
1908 Mabel T. Leeper, b 29 Dec 1880, d 7 Feb 1945.

+
3675.daughter.
2777. PAULINE E. HAYNER, b 22 Mar 1883 Schaghticoke, NY, d 2 Jan 1968; m 11 Mar 1903
John G. Esmond, b 22 Oct 1882, d 18 Jul 1949. Issue in Schaghticoke, NY (ESMOND)
3676.daughter, grandchildren.

2778. FREDERICK CARLOS HAYNER, b 10 Mar 1888 Schaghticoke, NY, d 1 Jan 1960

Troy, NY; m 3 Apr 1912 Florence E. Bowman, b 29 Jun 1885

+
3677.daughter
+
3678.son
3679.son.
2783. EDWARD B. HAYNER, b 1870 or 1871; m Lila Morehead. Issue:

+
3680.daughter
+
3681.daughter
3682.daughter, grandchild.
2784. MARTIN HAYNER, b 1875, d 13 Dec 1949; m 4 Apr 1907 Sophia Woods, b 25 May
1889, d 24 Sep 1942

+
3683.Mary, b 21 Jul 1909
+
3684.daughter
+
3685.son
+
3686.daughter
+
3687.son.
2785. SAMUEL HAYNER, b 1884 or 1885; m Helen Johnson. Issue:

+
3688.Floyd
2789. CORA C. HAYNER, b 1863, d 12 Apr 1935 m 1880 Charles Edward Ryan, b 24 May
1859, d 15 Feb 1943 Cooksboro, NY, s/o Jacob Ryan & Eliza Calkins. Issue: (RYAN)

3689.Bernice Grant, b 30 Sep 1885, d 18 Jul 1957. He m Carrie Burdick, b 11 Jan 1883, d
15 Oct 1972, of Tomhannock, NY (1 son).

3690.Edna (adopted); m Raymond D. Sherman. Issue: (2 daughters, 1 son).

2790. FRED H. HAYNER, b 1864; m Minnie Sharrock, b 1868.
3691.Henry Clay, 2nd, b 1892

2791. ELTON B. HAYNER, b 27 Apr 1891 Pittstown, NY, d 10 Jul 1986 Valley Falls, NY; res
Cambridge, NY. He m(1) Isabell Ralston, b 1893, d 1939; she was a sister of his father’s 2nd
wife Bertha Ralston. Issue in Schaghticoke, NY:

3692.daughter, d.y.

2791. ELTON B. HAYNER, b 27 Apr 1891; m(2) Blanche Kirk, d 12 Aug 1981.

2795. ADA MAE HAYNER, b 1 Mar 1891 Schaghticoke, NY, d 24 Mar 1957 Brunswick, NY;

m Leonard Bulson, b 30 Sep 1890 Brunswick, NY. Issue in Brunswick, NY: (BULSON)

3693.daughter.

3694.son

3695.daughter, grandchildren.

3696.son.

2796. EVERETTE R. HAYNER, b 29 Aug 1892 Brunswick, NY, d 1950; m Gertrude
Shaughnessy b 16 Mar 1892. He was a machinist and auto mechanic Issue Brunswick, NY

+
3697.son (twin)
+
3698.son (twin)
3699.daughter, d.inf.
+
3700.son.

2806.JESSIE L. HAYNER, b 1 Aug 1879 Brunswick, NY; m Harris Hull, emp GE, res

Schenectady NY. Issue: (HULL)

3701.son

3702.son.

2809. MILLARD JOSHUA HAYNER, b 29 Nov 1888, d 25 Jul 1974; m 13 Jun 1913
Margaret May Rudell, b 13 Jun 1889, d 15 Apr 1962; res Troy NY, then Schenectady NY; emp
GE.

+ 3703.daughter
+ 3704.son.
2816. VIOLA ELIZABETH HAYNER, b 4 Jun 1883 Bath-on-the-Hudson (now Rensselaer,
NY), d 5 Oct 1976 El Reno, OK. Before her marriage taught High School Latin and German. She
m 9 Aug 1917 Joseph LeRoy Carter; the couple celebrated their 50th anniversary in 1967 in El
Reno, OK. Issue: (CARTER)

3705.son, grandchildren.

3706.daughter, grandchildren.

3707.son, grandchildren.

3708.son.

3709.son.

2818. ANSON ELDRED HAYNER, b 17 Jul 1887, d 23 Dec 1952; m Catherine Reno. Issue:

+ 3710.daughter, grandchildren.
2820. CURTIS GARDNER HAYNER, b 2 Jul 1900, d 10 Mar 1955; m Jan 1922 Marion E.
Mickle, b 2 Aug 1902, d 3 May 1987

+ 3711.daughter
+ 3712.son
+ 3713.son
+ 3714.son.
2823. IDELL MINETTE HAYNER, b 21 Oct 1882 Brunswick, NY; d there 30 Sep 1928; m
Frederick Karl Kaufmann, b 24 Jul 1883, d 4 Oct 1961. Issue Brunswick, NY: (KAUFMANN)

3715. daughter, grandchild.

2825. De ELDON EDWARD HAYNER, b 22 Jan 1891 Brunswick, NY, d 13 Jan 1985
Philadelphia, PA. Trained as an electrical engineer; did electrical design work on the Panama
Canal; later had a career as life insurance counselor. He m 22 Jul 1916 Elizabeth Anna Heerd,b
5 Oct 1887; d 21 Aug 1971; res Floral Park, NY where she was active in Girl Scouting. Issue in
Boston, MA

+ 3716.daughter, grandchildren.
2826. MARJORIE ELIZABETH HAYNER, b 25 Sep 1897 Brunswick, NY, d 1 Apr 1978
King of Prussia, PA; m William J. Engel. Issue Philadelphia: (ENGEL)

3717.daughter, grandchildren.

2830. MYRA HAYNER, b 19 Jun 1907, (d). She had an interesting double ancestry, descended
from both of the two wives of #54 Martinus Heiner (from Christina Wager’s son Martinus M.
Haner and from Margaret Brust’s son George Martin Haner). She m(1) 15 Aug 1928 Roderick
Howard Owens, b 16 Jul 1903, d 30 Aug 1989 (div), s/o Richard Owens & Bertha Coonradt. He
was a welder. Issue (OWENS)

3718.son, grandchildren.
3719.daughter, grandchildren.
3720.son, grandchildren.

2830. MYRA HAYNER, b 19 Jun 1907; m(2) 16 Nov 1957 George Henry Dick, b 4 Nov 1899,
d 24 Apr 1974; highway worker; no ch.

2832. JAMES WILLARD HAYNER, b 1902; m Katherine Judge, b 1903, d 19 Jul 1974, bu
Albuquerque, NM.

+ 3721.daughter
+ 3722. daughter, grandchildren
2834. CHARLES FRANKLIN HAYNER, b 1906, d 14 Jun 1956; m Marion F. Smith. Issue:
3723.daughter.
3724.son.
3725.son.
3726.daughter
3727.son.
3728.daughter

2864d EARL HENRY HANER, b 11 Jul 1904 Sharon Springs, NY, d 25 Sep 1980; m 26 Jan
1929 Katheryne Louise Bradley, b 3 Jun 1909, d Jul 1993; res Sharon Springs, NY.

+ 3743a.daughter
+ 3743b.son
+ 3743c.daughter
2867. JAMES WELLINGTON HAINER, b 19 Nov 1891, d 21 Sep 1965; m Louise Coleman
Ross, b 1 Sep 1889, d 31 Dec 1965. A marine engineer, later a maintenance foreman at Atlas
Steel Co.

+ 3744.daughter
+ 3745.son.
2869. CORA ESTELL HAINER, m 9 Dec 1908 Howard Hodgkins. Issue: (HODGKINS)
3746.daughter.
3747.son, grandchildren.
3748.son, grandchildren.

2872 WILLIAM ELMER HAINER, b 1900, d 1949; known as Elmer, then as Bill after he left
home; practiced dentistry in Shaunason, Sask. from 1928 to 1949. He m(1) 1928 Margaret Jane
Blaine (Mae), b 1901, d 1938.

+ 3749.daughter
+ 3750.son.
2872. WILLIAM ELMER HAINER, b 1900; m(2) 1940 Calma Shingvold or Thingbold.

2875. COLLEEN JEAN HAINER, d 27 Oct 1986, bu Georgetown, ON; m John Hildon,

engineer. Issue: (HILDON)
3755.daughter
3756.son.

2876. GORDON BENNETT HAINER, electrician, m Dona Elizabeth Mulhern; res

Huntsville, ON. Issue:
3757.son
3758.daughter.

2879d. JESSE NYE HAYNER, b Feb 1881, m 27 Oct 1902 in Ann Arbor MI
Ellen L. Grinnell, b Mar 1883 in MI. Both were alive in 1930.
3758a.Pansy M., b ca 1906 prob in Union, MI, d before 2005.

+
3758b.Halo Marie, b 3 Dec 1908 prob in Union, MI
2879f. PARKER HAYNER, b 1 Jan 1886 Union City? MI, d 14 Jun 1969 Flint MI; m 24 Jun
1908, m Ethel Belle Scheneman, b ca 1 Aug 1886 Grand Rapids, MI, d 25 Jun 1969 Flint, MI.
He was a meat cutter.

+
3758c.daughter.
2880. EARL ELLSWORTH HAYNER, b 26 Dec 1875 Union City MI, d 6 Mar 1904
Cleveland OH. He m Kent Co MI 8 Oct 1902 Edith Edna Cowan, b 14 Apr 1877 Kent Co MI,
d 9 Sep 1959 Mexico City, Mexico.

+
3759.Anna Lou, b 12 Jan 1904
2881. PEARL IVA HAYNER, b 2 Feb 1877 Union City MI, m Walter L. Fuller, b 10 Nov

1860 Ypsilanti MI. Issue: (FULLER)
3760.Ronald Earl, b 6 Jun 1905
3761.son

2922. HUGH F. HAYNER, b 1876, d 1954; m Laura Simmons, b 1874, d 1924; both bu
Fluvenna cem., near Ellery, Chautauqua Co., NY. Issue:
3762.daughter

+
3763.daughter.
2926. GEORGE HOYT HAYNER, Jr., m Elizabeth Schokie.

+
3764.Nelson, b ca 1909
3765.daughter.
2927. ANNA E. HAYNER, b 10 Feb 1882, d 16 Jan 1934; bu New Britain Rd. cem, New
Lebanon, NY; m 18 Jan 1911 Dow Vincent Wadsworth, b 1882, d 1955. Issue:
(WADSWORTH)

3766.son
3767.son
3768.son
3769.daughter.

2933. GEORGE NELSON HAYNOR, b ca 1871 Saratoga Springs, NY, d 28 Dec 1916 Panama
Canal Zone. He was chief engineer of U.S. steamship “Poe” at Pensacola, FL; m Mary
Katherine Kelly, b ca 1873, d 15 Nov 1938. The order of the children who died young is not
certain.

+
3770.Josephine Matilda, b 14 Mar 1895
+
3771.Charlotte Elizabeth, b 23 Jun 1897
3772.George, Jr., d.y.
3773.Mary, d.y.
3774.Samuel, d.y.
+
3775.Veronica Estelle, b 26 Jul 1906

3776.Nelson Gregory, b 17 Oct 1907 Brooklyn, NY, d 26 Nov 1978; m Ruth; no ch.
3777.Leda, d.y.
3778.infant, d.y.

+
3779.son.
2934. CHARLOTTE MARY HAYNOR (Lottie), b ca 1872 Saratoga Springs, NY; m Gerald
Fitzgerald. Issue: (FITZGERALD)

3780.Gerald

2935. KATHERINE HAYNOR (Kate), b ca 1875, d 7 May 1935; m Daniel J. O’Connell,d7

Aug 1932. Issue: (O’CONNELL)

3781.Daniel

3782.Clarence

3783.Mary, d 26 Sep 1950; m — Miller.

2941. LAVINA JANE HANER (“Viny”), b 20 Nov 1875 Cherokee Cty, KS; m 20 Dec 1895

Henry Hubert Wiggins. Issue: (WIGGINS)

3784.Arthur

3785.Neal

3786.Lavan

2942. OLIVER KENNISON HANER, b 8 May 1877 or 1878 Cherokee Co., KS, d there 14 Jun
1951; m 14 Feb 1903 Maude Mae Hutchinson.

+
3787.Darwin Grantly, b 17 Sep 1903
+
3788.Blanch, b 5 Nov 1904
3789.Owen K. (“Cotton”), never married; d in California.
+
3790.Marguerite, b 12 Jul 1909
+
3791.son
3792.Ivan, d infancy, bu Cherokee City, KS
3793.daughter, d.y.
+
3794.daughter.
2943. WILLIAM LEROY HANER, b 2 Jul 1880 Cherokee Co., KS, d 14 Jul 1960 Whistler,
AL; captain of Columbia University football team; was a machinist and farmer. He m Feb 1907
Dora Belle Maxton, b 7 Aug 1883 Cherokee Co., KS, d 27 Dec 1979 Mobile, AL. They res
Crestline, KS; moved to Mobile AL in 1919, to Whistler AL 1920.

+
3795.Oda Louise, b 8 Apr 1909
+
3796.son
+
3797.daughter
+
3798.daughter
+
3799.daughter.
+
3800.daughter.
2944. SARAH CORNELIA HANER (Sadie Celine)(“Sade”), b 17 Jan 1883 Cherokee Co., KS;
m 14 Feb 1902 George Fredrich Anspach (Anspaugh), d ca 1940 North Baltimore, OH. Sade
was a recent widow in Jan 1941. Issue: (ANSPACH)

3801.Noel, b 2 Jun 1905; m Jeanette Miles. Issue: (2 sons).

2956. VIRGIL B. HANER, b 25 Sep 1887 Mifflin Twp. Wyandot Co., OH, d 25 May 1967; bu
McComb, Union Co., OH. he was a railroader, res Toledo, OH; m 24 Dec 1907 Mary M. Pingle,
b 18 Dec 1883 Weston, OH, d 5 Jul 1960; bu McComb, OH.

+
3802.Beatrice T., b 11 Nov 1908
+
3803.daughter.
+
3804.daughter.
3805.son.
2957. IDA ETHEYL HANER, b 27 Sep 1889 Mifflin Twp, Wyandot Co., OH, d 24 Jul 1962
Adrian, MI; m Fred Wise, a farmer at Adrian, MI. Issue: (WISE)
3806.daughter, grandchildren.

2960. AGNES MARIE HANER, b 23 Feb 1893 Putnam Co., OH, d 6 Jan 1980 , bu Toledo, OH.
She m(1) Glenn D. Bliss, b 30 Jun 1895 Riga, MI, d 24 Nov 1963, s/o Franklin C. Bliss & Eva
Hagerman (div.) Issue: (BLISS)

3807.daughter, grandchildren.

2960. AGNES MARIE HANER, b 23 Feb 1893; m(2) 25 Apr 1926 Edward H. Smith, b 28 Jul

1899 Nyack, NY, d 24 Jul 1968; he was a meat cutter and auto salesman. Issue: (SMITH)
3808.daughter, grandchild.
3809.son, grandchildren.

2966.HAZEL HANER, b 30 Nov 1901, d 6 Aug 1981 m(1) Gene Bovin, d 1922. Issue
(BOVIN)

3809a.son
3809b.daughter.

2966.HAZEL HANER, b 30 Nov 1901 m(2) Ragner Kellerson; no ch.. res Gladstone, MI.

2967.GALE HANER, b 14 May 1904, d, m 1930 Adeline M. Nehmer, b 13 Jan 1910 , d 21
Mar 2006 Flint,MI. She grew up in Gladstone MI. Issue:

+
3809c.daughter
+
3809d.daughter
+
3809e.son.
2972. NORMAN EARL HANER, b 22 Feb 1898 London, OH; m 28 Mar 1918 Laura Mae
Price, of Muskogee, OK, d/o Richard T. Price & Leah Phillips. They res (1950) Wichita, KS
3810.daughter.

2973. HAROLD AMANN HANER, b 3 May 1899 London, OH; m 30 Dec 1918 Eula May
Baldridge, d/o Earl Baldridge & Florence Gibson; res (1929) near Anthony, NM.
3811.daughter.

2974. VIVIAN HANER, b 1898, d 1970; res Plain City, OH. She m(1) 30 Sep 1915 William
Leckie, s/o William Leckie & Annie Kolb; had a coal and ice business in Columbus, OH. Issue:
(LECKIE)

3812.son, grandchildren.
3813.son, grandchildren.
3814.daughter, grandchildren.

2974. VIVIAN HANER, b 1898, m(2) Strouse Campbell; no known issue

2986. ROBERT HANER, m Thelma Bell. He was the adopted son of Frank Haner (#2017).
Issue:

+ 3815.son (twin)
+ 3816.daughter (twin)
+ 3817.daughter
+ 3818.daughter
2996. BESSIE HANER, b 8 Aug 1886, d 15 Aug 1957 Sturgis, MI. She taught school in IN and
MI; m 24 May 1916 Charles H. Bass. Issue: (BASS)

3824.son.

2997. CARL WHITNEY HANER, b 1 Sep 1892, d 6 Jan 1980; m 4 Jul 1917 Ethel Mae
Murphy, b 6 Feb 1896, d 22 Apr 1971. He taught school, then managed gas companies in MI,
NC, and VA; after retirement went into upholstery business for himself in Narrows, VA.

+ 3825.daughter
+ 3826.son
+ 3827.son.
3016. MORRIS CARL HANER, b 28 Oct 1903 Sturgis, MI; d 31 May 1970; Terminal Manager
for various freight lines. He m Helen Sophia Lundberg.

+ 3828.son
+ 3829.daughter.
3039. STEPHEN HANER, b 1870, d 20 Feb 1916; m Claverack, NY 15 Aug 1889 Louise
Gaddis, b 2 Jan 1873, d 9 Feb 1949; bu Mellenville NY.

+ 3849.George, b 5 Jan 1892
+ 3850.William John, b 6 Feb 1897
+ 3851.Blanche, b 26 Nov 1898
3040. FRANK HAYNOR, b 1874, d 1912; m Annie May Bishop.

3852.Claude, b 2 Jul 1905, d 26 May 1972 Philmont NY. He married Caroline G. Allen,
b 18 Sep 1907 Ghent NY, d 25 Jan 2001 Philmont NY. Claude adopted her son.

+ 3853.son
3045. FREDERICK RAYMOND HANER, b 10 Oct 1894, d 3 Dec 1969; a farmer at Biloxi,
MS. He m Jessie Morrison, b 25 Dec 1899, d 26 Feb 1951.

+ 3854.son
+ 3855.daughter
+ 3856.son
3046. THOMAS LEE HANER, b 21 Mar 1896, d 14 Feb 1954; m Florence Duffy; res
Schenectady, NY. (2 sons, 1 daughter, grandchildren).

3047. DONALD JAMES HANER, b 19 Jan 1897, d 22 Apr 1970; engineer, heavy construction
equipment; res Schenectady, NY. He m 16 Oct 1918 Laura Margaret Nixon, b 10 Aug 1899, d
5 Jul 1987.

+ 3860.daughter
+ 3861.daughter
+ 3862.daughter
+ 3863.daughter
+ 3864.son
+ 3865.son.

3048. HELEN JOSEPHINE HANER, b 20 Dec 1900; d; m George Birkmayer, a printer. She
had a son William Decker before marriage to George Birkmayer.

3866.William Decker; (d). Issue: (DECKER): (1 son, 1 daughter).

3049. HAROLD WALTER HANER, b 21 Apr 1907 Rock City Falls, NY, d 29 Apr 1980
Buskirk, NY; a farmer. He m(1) Mildred Cleveland, dau of the wife of Colonel Cleveland (his
given name was “Colonel”) who had been mistakenly believed dead while on a trapping trip from
his log cabin at North Creek, NY in the Adirondacks. The wife had married 2nd a Mohawk
Indian of the Caugh-na-waNga tribe of the Iroquois nation who had befriended her. Mildred was
thus half Indian, raised in an orphanage after the return of Colonel Cleveland; she m(1) a Godfrey
(div) and m(2) Harold Walter Haner by whom she had 4 children:

+ 3867.son
+ 3868.son
+ 3869.son
+ 3870.son
3049. HAROLD WALTER HANER, b 21 Apr 1907; m(2) Lois [Bartling] Ogden, b 1917, d 8
Jan 1995; res Eagle Bridge, NY.

3066a.MARTHA FIDELIA HANER, b. 5 Mar 1891, NY; m. Justin C. Stanton, b abt 1884 in

PA. Issue: (STANTON)

3875a.son.

3875b.daughter.

3875c.daughter.

3875d.son.

3875e.daughter.

3073. FLORENCE HESTER HAYNER, b 10 Oct 1896; m 30 May 1918 Howard E. Woodin,
b 20 Oct 1896, d 11 Nov 1977. He was a Professor at Middlebury College in VT. Issue:

(WOODIN)

3878.son, grandchildren.

3076. ELLSWORTH GRIFFITH HAYNER, b 12 Sep 1894 Brunswick, NY, d 6 May 1929
Troy, NY; m 16 Jul 1924 Georgianna Dodds, d 23 Oct 1978. He was an aviator, veteran of
Mexican Border campaign, flight instructor in World War I, commercial pilot after the war; killed
in a plane crash.

3879.daughter.

3077. ELVIRA HAYNER, b 17 Apr 1891 in NY, d Nov 1963; m Charles Humphries, b 22 Jul
1892. Issue in Maplewood, NJ: (HUMPHRIES)

3880.daughter, grandchildren.

3078. FRANK B. HAYNER, b 28 Apr 1892 Waterford, NY, d 24 Feb 1976; m Lena Heger,b6
Nov 1892, d 30 Mar 1973. He was a dentist in Albany, NY.

+ 3881.daughter.
3080. GEORGE PHILIP HAYNER, b 26 Feb 1905 Waterford, NY, d Schenectady, NY 18 Jan
1968; m Marion Ness, b 6 Dec 1910, d 1 Jul 1993 issue West Sand Lake:

3882.daughter.

+ 3883.son.

3081. ELFREDA HAYNER, b 9 Dec 1908 New York City; m 26 Dec 1939 James Joseph
Hilderbrand, b 16 Apr 1905 New York City; issue in Astoria and Poughkeepsie, NY:
(HILDERBRAND)

3884.daughter

3885.daughter

3886.son.

3082. ROBERT STANLEY HANER, b 6 Feb 1890 West Sand Lake, NY, d 15 Dec 1971; m 22
Feb 1911 Elizabeth A. Palmer, b 9 Apr 1888, d 3 Jul 1975, d/o Charles Palmer & Elizabeth van
Denburg. He was a prosperous farmer at Chatham Center, NY on the farm purchased by his
grandfather at the close of the Civil War.

+ 3887.daughter
3083. LELAND GOODRICH HANER, b 17 Jul 1895 West Sand Lake, NY, d 17 Mar 1964; m
1925 Katherine Tobias, b 17 Mar 1902, d 4 Mar 1980, d/o George Tobias & Emma Many
Church. This family were paper manufacturers in early times, later turned to the land.

+ 3888.son
+ 3889.son
+ 3890.son
3089. MELVIN HANER, b 20 Jun 1880 West Sand Lake, NY, d 27 May 1957; m Lillian
Howard, b 2 Jun 1890, d 27 May 1969 Brunswick, NY. (1 daughter).

8th GENERATION IN AMERICA

3090. HARLAN HANER, b 24 Oct 1879; m 8 May 1900 Grace M. Shaffer

+ 3892.Leon, b 7 Mar 1901
+ 3893.Hiram R., b 1 Oct 1903
+ 3894.Dorotha M., b 26 May 1908
+ 3895.son
+ 3896.daughter
+ 3897.son
3091. JESSE L. HANER, b 14 May 1885, m(1) 23 Mar 1910 Mary J. Ayres, b 1890 in Owego
NY, d 12 Jan 1918.

+ 3898.son
+ 3899.daughter.
3091. JESSE L. HANER, b 14 May 1885, m(2) 25 Dec 1920 Laura P. Hoxie
3900i.son

+ 3901.daughter.
3096. ELETA MAE HANER, b 10 Jun 1888, m Leslie Earl Sanderson. Issue:
(SANDERSON) Issue:

3902.Stanley Harry, b 23 Sep 1907, d 28 Dec 1995, m 18 Jul 1932 Minnie Rose
Kennicott, b 22 Feb 1906, teacher, Issue: (4 daughters, grandchildren).

3903.Helen Orilla, b 24 Aug 1913, d 6 Nov 1989, m Henry Remender, b 27 Aug 1889?, d
17 May 1969, s/o Peter Remender & Albertine Radde, res St. Charles MI. (He had previously
married Helen’s aunt Lena.). Issue: (1 daughter, grandchild).

3904.son (married, children).

3097. CLARENCE IRVING HAYNER, (he used the HAYNER spelling), b 17 Sep 1889, d 27
Apr 1976, m 17 Jun 1908 Cordelia M. Poineau, b 24 Oct 1890, d 12 Jun 1962

+ 3905.Mildred Isabelle, b 17 Jul 1909
+ 3906.daughter
+ 3907.daughter
+ 3908.son
3098. AMANDA LENA HANER (Lena), b 13 Feb 1892, m 10 Jun 1911 Henry Peter

Remender (div). Issue: (REMENDER)
3909.daughter, grandchildren.
3910.son, d.y.
3911.daughter, grandchildren.
3912.daughter, grandchildren.
3913.daughter, grandchildren.

3149. LUELLA GAY HAYNER, b 15 Jul 1894 Livingston Co., MI; d 27 Apr 1983; m 25 Dec
1923 at Fowlerville, MI Emil W. Lauterbach, b 20 Dec 1888 Rexdorf, Germany, d 25 Feb 1962
Lansing, MI. Issue: (LAUTERBACH)

3967.son, grandchildren.

3152. ALICE MAE HAYNER, b 17 Apr 1904 Fowlerville, MI, d 26 Oct 1948 Lansing MI; m
17 Jun 1925 William Bertie Mastic, (“Bert”), b 30 Nov 1893, d 3 Jan 1957, s/o Frank Burr
Mastic & Alice Coleman. Issue: (MASTIC)

3968.daughter, grandchildren.

3153. FLORA BELLE HAYNER, b 25 Aug 1906 Handy Twp, Fowlerville, MI; m 25 Jun 1927
Thurlow Laverne Bristol (“Mike”), b 4 Apr 1906 Fowlerville, MI, d 15 Feb 1964 Lansing, MI,
s/o Alfred (Asa) Bristol & Frances Dickinson. Issue: (BRISTOL)

3969.daughter, grandchildren.
3970.daughter, grandchildren.

3156. JOHN LEWIS HAYNER, b 3 Nov 1904 Handy Twp., Livingston Co., MI, d 1974. He
organized and became President of the Fort Wayne (Indiana) Structural Steel Co. in 1938; in
1968 he established the Hayner Foundation of Fort Wayne. He m(1) 28 Sep 1926 Julia Bash,d
1945.

3971.daughter.

3156. JOHN LEWIS HAYNER, b 3 Nov 1904; m(2) Aug 1946 Mary Inez [Hartzler] Smith,b
12 Oct 1902, d 1982, d/o Le Roy Hartzler & Lynne Mungen.

3157. HUBERT WESLEY HAYNER, b 14 Apr 1907 Fowlerville, MI, d 20 May 1993; m 6 Nov
1943 Carmela Tomas, b 25 Jul 1912, d 10 Sep 1981, d/o Leopoldo Tomassetti & Bessie Wentz.
He worked for the State of Florida; res Tallahassee, FL.

3972.son.

3173. INEZ MARIE HAYNER, b 16 Dec 1908 St. Louis, MO. She m(1) William Richard

Frederick, b 5 Jan 1902 (div). Issue: (FREDERICK)
3973.daughter, grandchildren.
3974.daughter, grandchild.

3173. INEZ MARIE HAYNER, b 16 Dec 1908; m(2) 14 Jun 1934 Robert John Meyer,b4

Nov 1914; bu St. Louis, MO 7 Nov 1968. Issue: (MEYER)

3975.son, grandchildren.

3976.son, grandchildren.

3186. HELENA MAY HANER (Nellie), b 25 Apr 1895 Cygnet, OH, d 20 Nov 1980 Traverse
City, MI m(1) Arthur Bissell, (d). Issue: (BISSELL)

3977.daughter.

3186. HELENA MAY HANER, b 25 Apr 1895; m(2) 2 Mar 19xx George Graves. Issue:
(GRAVES)

3978.Janice Naomi, b 13 May 1922 Saginaw, MI, d 28 Jun 1990; m Earl Joseph Howard,
d 22 Apr 1990 (1 adopted daughter).

3194. GOLDIE HANER, b 13 Jun 1904, d 30 Nov 1966; m Edward Tuttle Mather, d Sep
1983. Issue: (MATHER)

3983.son, grandchildren.

3215. GLADYS HAYNER, (her mother a college student Des Moines IA in 1891), d 1925; m

Harvey Lambert, res CA. Issue: (LAMBERT)

4029.son

4030.daughter.

3216. CALVIN JOSHUA HAYNER, b 13 Aug 1897, d 10 Apr 1957. He m Greta Muriel
Crane.

+
4031.son
+
4032.daughter
+
4033.daughter
+
4034.daughter
4035.daughter.
3217. RUSSELL TRUMAN HAYNER, b 27 May 1899 Madison Co., IA, d 1972; m 12 Sep
1922 LaVersa Crane (d); res Portland, OR.

+
4036.daughter
+
4037.daughter
+
4038.daughter
+
4039.son
+
4040.daughter
+
4041.son
4042.son.
+
4043.daughter
+
4044.son
+
4045.daughter
+
4046.son
+
4047.son
+
4048.daughter.
3243. OLIVE HAYNER, b 14 Oct 1880; d Jun 1964; m(1) Daniel Percy Higgins, b 1878
Darien CT, d ca 1902. Issue: (HIGGINS)

4079.(male), b 1903

4080.Alzora, b 4 Oct 1906 Darien, CT, d 31 May 2006 Morro Bay, CA, m(1) ca 1923
Joseph Marta, b 1880 Italy. Issue: .
(daughter, grandchildren)... Alzora m(2) Adolph Paul Bayer
in San Francisco CA..

3243. OLIVE HAYNER, b 14 Oct 1880; m(2) Harry Bell Fugard, b 1 Apr 1885 Iowa City IA,
d 25 Aug 1961 Santa Monica CA. Issue: (FUGARD)

4081.daughter, grandchildren.

3243. OLIVE HAYNER, b 14 Oct 1880; m(3) ca 1921 Mike Cunico of Albuquerque NM.

3249 MAE BELLE HAYNER, b 31 Aug 1903 Lake, Clare Co., MI, d 18 Jul 1976 Port Huron,
MI; m 27 Jul 1938 Earl Vernon Spencer, b 17 Sep 1897 Valpariso, IN, d 1981. Issue:
(SPENCER)

4094.son (married, children).

3252. JACOB HENRY HAYNER, b 3 May 1909 Harrison, MI, d 14 Aug 1979; m(1) Emma

Marie Willie, b 26 Apr 1911 Troy, NY, d 23 Feb 1963. Issue in Port Huron, MI:

4095.son.

4096.son

+
4097.daughter
+
4098.son
+
4099.son
3252. JACOB HENRY HAYNER, b 3 May 1909; m(2) Rachel Mae Sparling Williamson; she
had 5 dau by a previous marriage.

3277. WILLIAM JOHN HAYNER, b 6 Jan 1890, d 1975; m 1913 Elizabeth Fearey, d 10 Oct
1967.

+
4120.daughter.
4121.son.
3278. ANNA ESTELLA HAYNER, b 8 Jun 1891, d ca 1983; m(1) Arthur Brookley (div).
Issue: (BROOKLEY)

4122.daughter, grandchildren.

3278. ANNA ESTELLA HAYNER, b 8 Jun 1891; m(2) Waldo Conerty.

3279. BLANCHE DELIA HAYNER, b 13 Nov 1892, d 17 Dec 1970; m 28 Jun 1916 Everett
Joseph Fairfield, b 31 Jul 1890, d Nov 1968. She did not like her middle name Delia, and took
the name Frances. Issue: (FAIRFIELD)

4123.daughter, grandchildren.

4124.son, grandchildren.

4125.daughter, grandchildren.

3282. PHILIP CURTIS HAYNER, b 14 Apr 1900, d 1975; m(1) Loretta Meigs (div).

4126.daughter

4127.son.

3282. PHILIP CURTIS HAYNER, b 14 Apr 1900; m(2) Ruth Hull.
4128.son.

3283. LESTER L. HAYNER, b 26 Feb 1899, b Hudson, MI, He m Myrtle Davis, b 5 Apr
1900, d 12 Dec 1998. Issue:

+
4129.son
+
4130.daughter
+
4131.daughter
3286. LELA HAYNER, b 15 Oct 1900; m Aubrey Stannard, b 3 Jun 1897, s/o Gleason
Stannard & Dora Brust; both were b and d Brunswick, NY.
Issue: (STANNARD)

4132.son.

4133.son.

3306. CECIL ALICE HAYNOR, b 29 Apr 1896 Elbow Lake, MN, d 8 Jun 1944 Whitehall,
MT. She m 27 Jul 1917 at Helena, MT Elfonzo Rudd Roe, b 25 Apr 1890 Clancy, MT, d 30 Jun
1963 Helena, MT. Issue: (ROE)

4142.daughter, grandchildren.

4143.son.

4144.son.

4145.daughter, grandchildren.

4146.daughter, grandchildren.

4147.daughter, grandchildren.

4148.daughter, grandchild.

4149.son, grandchildren.

3307. HELEN HARRIETTE HAYNOR, b 24 Jul 1902 Toppenish, WA, d 7 Feb 1982 Yakima,
WA. She m 14 Jul 1921 Harry Leander Lawrence, b 16 Jan 1895 Crawford, NE, d 13 Sep
1954, Portland, OR. He was a machinist. Issue: (LAWRENCE)

4150.daughter, grandchildren.

3308. FRANK RICHARD HAYNER, b 15 Apr 1908 Freeport, IL, d 14 Jun 1970; m 27 Sep
1934 Lois Chitty, b 10 Nov 1910 Freeport, IL.

+
4152.son
+
4153.daughter
4154.son.
3318. GEORGE WALKER HAYNOR, b 11 Oct 1903, d 28 Sep 1980 Waterbury, CT; m(1) 23
Sep 1940 Priscilla H. Haley.

4155.son (adopted).

3318. GEORGE WALKER HAYNOR, b 11 Oct 1903; m(2) 5 Sep 1952 Lillian Ruth
Donovan, b 24 Feb 1923, d 19 Jan 1998 at Waterbury CT.

3319. CHARLES MILLER HAYNOR, b 22 Mar 1906; m 1939 Olive Masters, b 10 Jan 1911.

4156.son

4157.son

3330. ELMER DAVIS, birth name ELMER HANER s/o Will Haner (#2059). He was placed in
the Albany Home for Children after death of his mother in 1904, and adopted by a Davis family.
He took the name Davis, had a general store in Otego NY, was a factory worker and carpenter.
He m Evelyn Nickerson. Issue: (DAVIS)

4158.son, grandchildren.

4159.daughter, grandchildren.
4160.daughter, grandchildren.
4161.son, grandchild.
4162.daughter, grandchild.

3331. RUTH HANER, b 21 Jan 1898, (d); m(1) George Cook (d), a merchant. Issue: (COOK)
4163.daughter
4164.daughter, grandchildren.
4165.daughter, grandchildren.

3331. RUTH HANER, m(2) — Hoagland; (no issue); m(3) — Grosse; res Wells Bridge, NY.
(no issue).

3332. FRANK E. HANER, b 10 Dec 1899, d 21 Sep 1955 (name was changed from original
Benjamin Franklin Haner; the “E” is just an initial.) He m Joyce Marie Ryan, b 28 Feb 1901
Leadville, CO., d 22 Sep 1972.

+
4166.son.
3333. ELIZABETH HANER, b 31 Jul 1901; m Sigsbee Van Valkenburg, d 1987; res RFD,

Gilboa, NY. Issue: (VAN VALKENBURG)
4167.son, grandchild.
4168.daughter, grandchildren(?).
4169.daughter, grandchildren.

3334. MILDRED HANER, d before 1936; m Clarence Timm. Issue: (TIMM)
4170.daughter.

3348. RALPH HANER, b ca 1908 MA. In 1951 Ralph became a partner in his father’s

plumbing and heating business in Boston, MA. He married and had issue:
4171.son
4172.son

3351. C. LYLE HANER, b 1894, d 1961; m(1) Mary J. Van Dyke, b 1897, d 1919; no issue.
He m(2) Rachel Mae Gardner, b 16 Apr 1900, d Nov 1977.

+
4173.daughter
+
4174.daughter
4175.son, d.y.
+
4176.daughter
+
4177.son
4178.daughter, d.y.
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.

4179.son..

+
4180.daughter
+
4181.daughter
3357. ROBERT PAUL HANER, b 26 Nov 1904, d 25 Oct 1965; m 14 Aug 1928 Avis Hilton

Roberson, b 12 Jun 1903, d 14 Jan 1985.
4182.daughter.

+
4183.daughter
3392. CARLETON ZIMMER HANOR, b 30 Jan 1906, d 20 Sep 1992; was Vice Pres. of Retail
Credit CO., Atlanta, GA; ret to Essex, CT. He m(1) 6 Aug 1928 Verra Turk, b 7 Aug 1903, d 17
Feb 1964.

+
4214.son.
+
4215.daughter
3392.CARLETON ZIMMER HANOR, b 30 Jan 1906; m(2) Jean Worden Royal,; no ch. She
remarried to Ronald Meredith.

3412. GEORGE MUNDY HAYNER, b 23 Feb 1880 (twin), d 2 May 1957; m(1) Katherine
McManus, b 4 May 1887 Syracuse NY, d 21 Jul 1929 Troy, OH; d/o Patrick McManus & Ellen
Gaughan of County Mayo, Ireland. He lived in Troy, OH where he traveled for Hobart
Manufacturing Co. (scales).

+
4227.son
+
4228.daughter
4229.daughter.
3412. GEORGE MUNDY HAYNER, b 23 Feb 1880 m(2) Ann S— , known as “Auntie Ann”
who helped raise Georgie, the son of Lewis Arthur Hayner; no issue.

3413. LEWIS LEE HAYNER, b 23 Feb 1880 (twin), d 6 Sep 1942; m 24 Dec 1898 Blanche D.
Ross, b 27 May 1875, d 6 Sep 1953, d/o Ingham C. Ross & Jennie C. Moler.

4230.George Arthur, b 30 May 1900, d 24 Apr 1951; m 31 Mar 1923
Agnes E. Wampler; no ch. He was a mechanical engineer in Dayton, OH.

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.
+ 5028.son
 

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