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Frank A. Heine, born 1800 in Allendorf, Westphalia, and his wife Anna Katherine, nee Klier, born 1799 in Allendorf, emigrated in 1846. They came by way of New Orleans and located in St. Louis, where Frank A. Heine worked as smith in the arsenal. In 1847 they came to Quincy by boat, and Frank A. Heine was robbed of all his money, $600. He died March 3, 1848, his wife departed this life July, 1888. Anton H. Heine, born February 22, 1833, was a cigar maker, and in 1853 went to California, returning in 1855. May 6, 1858, he married Anna H. Surmeyer. For thirty years he conducted a cigar store, and then went into the grocery business. For ten years he was president of the German Insurance and Savings Association, also served several terms on the board of supervisors.

QUINCY AND ADAMS COUNTY HISTORY AND REPRESENTATIVE MEN by David F. Wilcox. Chicago: Lewis Publishing, 1919. p. 378-379.

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