Charles Grover Heintz, residing on the old Heintz homestead of 144 acres in section 25, Sheldon township, was
born on the farm he is now operating, Dec. 2, 1886, son of Adam and Carolina (Becker) Heintz. He was the fifth
born of his parents' six children, and in his boyhood attended District School No. 25 in Sheldon township, where
he acquired his education. He has always resided on the home farm, which for a number of years he has operated
on his own account. He is breeding up in Shorthorn cattle, Duroc-Jersey swine and Shropshire sheep, and has won
success both as a breeder of good stock and a crop farmer. In politics he is independent. On June 30, 1919, Mr.
Heintz purchased a farm of 100 acres in Union township, where he will reside from March, 1920. Mr. Heintz was married,
Feb. 23, 1914, to Matilda Kuecker, who was born in Mayville township, this county, daughter of August and Emma
(Tessmer) Kuecker, she being the third in order of a family of six children. Her education was acquired in Union
township. Mr. and Mrs. Heintz have two children: Howard Allen, born June 8, 1915; and Lysle Charles, born May 31,
1917. August Kuecker, father of Mrs. Heintz, was born in illinois, Nov. 3, 1863, and his wife in Houston county,
Mimi., Feb. 4, 1868. They are farmers now residing in Union township.
The History of Houston County, Minnesota
Edited by: Franklyn Curtis-Wedge.
H. C. Cooper, Jr. & Co.
Winona, Minn. 1919
Houston County, MN
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Also see [ Railway Officials in America 1906