N. W. HEINEMANN, lumberman, Colegrove, was born in Duderstadt, Germany, November 25, 1848, a son of Christopher
Heinemann. When he was three years old his parents came to the United Slates and settled in Norwich township, McKean
Co., Penn., where, in 1865, his father built what is called an up and down saw mill. He was reared in McKean county,
working en the farm and in the mill until manhood, and finally bought the homestead and mill of his father. He
has rebuilt the mill, and has furnished it with the latest approved machinery, and is now cntting 30,000 feet.
of lumber a day. Mr. Heinemann was married, October, 1, 1874, to Miss Annie Bell Waffle, of Elm Valley, Allegany
Co., N. Y. She is a daughter of George and Bessie (Knight) Waffle, the former of whom was born in Cortland, N.
Y., July 8, 1808, and the latter in Vermont, April 20, 1820. Mr. and Mrs. Heinemann are the parents of two children:
Bessie W. and Theressa.
History of the Counties of
McKean, Elk and Forest,
With Biographical Selections.
J. H. Beers & Co., Publishers
McKean County, PA Biographies
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