Biography of Charles J. Heinold

Heinold, Charles J., Buffalo.-A self-made man, genial and kindly to all, judicionsly liberal, is Charles J. Heinold, who was born in Germany, November 27, 1847. Socially and commercially, Mr. Heinold ranks pre-eminently among the foremost citizens of Buffalo. In 1854 he emigrated with his parents to this country. His education from schools was meager and confined to the elementary grade. His first business experience was as a clerk in a grocery where he remained for three years, when he resigned his position to accept a like position with E. D. Halman, in whose employ he continued for two years. By hard work and undaunted perseverance he accumulated $140, and embarked in business on his own account, at the corner of North Division and Pine streets, where he remained for a period of three years, and later at Broadway and Bennett streets for nineteen years, wholesale and retail. He then removed to his present location, No. 315 Broadway, where he has since conducted a wholesale grocery and liquor house. Success followed him in this venture, and even at the present time he is largely interested in not a few enterprises which have for their aim the welfare and progress of the city of which he has for so many years been an honored and respected citizen.

Our County and its people
A descriptive work on Erie County, New York
Edited by: Truman C. White
The Boston History Company, Publishes 1898


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