|Birth: ||Nov. 23, 1825|
|Death: ||Jan. 11, 1894|
*First wife was Sarah Ann Uhler
b) 5 Aug. 1832 Ohio
m) 19 Sep. 1950 Ohio
d) 5 Feb. 1873 Iowa
It is our unpleasant duty this week to chronicle the death of Mr. W. H. Kiner, whose home was on Wilson creek, a few miles southwest of this place. Mr. Kiner had been living with his son, E. A. Kiner, and the evening before his death was apparently in the best of health. He read aloud to the family during the evening and they retired early leaving him with his books. About 1 o'clock Thursday morning the family was awakened by a strange noise which, upon investigation, proved to be his death struggle, a stroke, paralysis having smitten him.
Mr. Kiner was born in Pennsylvania in 1825. He moved to Ohio, from there to Iowa and has lived in the northwest about three years. He leaves eight children to mourn his death, five of whom reside in this state-four sons on Wilson creek and a married daughter at Cheney.
A short funeral service was held at the Wilbur cemetery Saturday, and the sermon was preached at the Union Valley school house Sunday by the Rev. R. D. Duflield. Mr. Kiner was a most estimable old gentleman and will be sadly missed by his many friends.
Parents Frederick and Nancy Franks Kiner are both probably buried somewhere in Iowa.
Brother Frederick F. Kiner
Sister Mary Ann Kiner
Rebecca B. Frasher Kiner (1841 - 1887)
James Manderville Kiner (1853 - 1912)*
Mary Ellen Kiner Looney (1857 - 1925)*
Joseph Lincoln Kiner (1860 - 1939)*
Frederick Steven Kiner (1863 - 1916)*
Frank Sherman Kiner (1865 - 1932)*
Edward Avanel Kiner (1870 - 1945)*
Maintained by: Steve Kiner
Originally Created by: Scotty
Record added: Nov 18, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 44524196