DANIEL NEEFE, son of Edward and Anna M. (Benauer) Neefe, was born in Allegheny township, Potter Co., Penn.,
in 1844. He remained at home until 1864, and began his business life as a carpenter and joiner, a trade he followed
about two years, when he went into the carriage building trade for himself, at Brookland, where he remained until
1872, in which year he removed to Coudersport. Here he was in the same business until 1873, when he sold his establishment,
but has since worked at his trade as usual. He married Caroline Blackman, and has two children: Bertha and Anna.
Mr. Neefe is a member of the Baptist Church, and his wife of the Methodist Church. He is a member of the Sons of
Temperance, and of the Knights of the Maccabees. In politics he is a Democrat. Edward Neefe, father of Daniel,
was born and educated in Sachsen-Altenburg, Germany, and came to America in 1834. He located in Allegheny township,
Potter Co., Penn., where be purchased and cleared a farm. He married Anna M. Benauer, in 1842, and their children
were Daniel, Frank E , William, Adolph, Julius (deceased) and Frederick. Frank E. Neefe was born in Allegheny township,
Potter Co., Penn., in 1846, remained at home till 1866, learned the carriage maker's trade at Brookland, Penn.,
and soon after went into business for himself at Coudersport, Penn., the firm name being F. E. Neefe & Co.
In 1879 he married Mrs. Mira Seible, and their children are Carrie and Leon. He is a member of the Knights of the
Maccabees. and in politics is a Democrat.
History of the Counties of
McKean, Elk, Cameron and Potter, Pennsylvania
J. H. Beers & Co. Publishers
Chicago, Ill. 1890
Potter County, Pa. Biographies
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