Biography of Isaac Hefner
Allen County, OH Biographies

ISAAC HEFNER, farmer, P. O. Lima, was born in Perry Township, this county, November 20, 1841, and is a son of David and Frances (Frederick) Hefner, who settled in Perry Township, this county, in 1840. His paternal grandparents were Isaac and Susannah (Worline) Hefner, pioneers of Ross County, Ohio, and his maternal grandparents, Daniel and Ohristiana (Strausser) Frederick, were also pioneers of Ross County. Our subject was reared in Perry Township, this county, and educated in the common schools. He was married July 30, 1865, to Nancy O., daughter of Dr. Brice and Rebecca (Perdue) Blair, of Jackson Township, this county. He was in the late war of the Rebellion, having enlisted in Company A, One Hundred and Eighteenth Ohio Volunteer Infantry, July 23, 1862, and served in the Georgia and Alabama campaigns under Sherman, receiving an honorable discharge at Cleveland, Ohio, July 9. 1865. After this he returned to Allen County, and engaged in farming, and has resided on his present farm in Perry Township since 1882. He is a representative farmer and worthy citizen. In politics he is a Democrat.

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