Gehart and Charles Hebing
Gehart and Charles Hebing are natives of Prussia, and settled in this county, in 1856. Gehart was a soldier in the 23d Iowa Infantry. May 17th, 1863, he was severely wounded at the battle of Black River Bridge, Mississippi, and as the result one of his legs was amputated.
From "History of Cass County, Iowa Together With Brief Mention of Old Settlers," by Lafe Young, Atlantic, Iowa, Telegraph Steam Printing House, 1877, pg. 58.