GEORGE HEILMANN


From History of Dane County, Wisconsin, publ. by Western Historical Company, Chicago, 1880, page 999

GEORGE HEILMANN, proprietor of the Madison Bakery, Madison, Wis.; was born in Bavaria, Germany, Oct. 10, 1847; in 1855 he came from Germany, with his parents, and went direct to Addison, Washington Co., Wis., where he remained living on a farm, until about 13 years of age, when he went to Kenosha, Wis., and learned the baker's trade with his uncle, John B. KUPFER, of that place. He was in Kenosha for five years, and then, in 1873, removed to Madison, Wis., where he has ever since had control of the Madison Bakery. July 3, 1873, he was married to Miss Julia E. BAYER, who was born April 17, 1855; they have one child - Emma E., born May 20, 1877. The family belongs to the German Catholic Church.


Transcribed and contributed to this site by Carol

 

 

Last Update Monday, 01-Nov-2010 16:47:26 EDT

 Untitled 1

WIGenWeb State Coordinator:  Tina Vickery
WIGenWeb Assistante State Coordinator:  Marcia Ann Kuehl
Copyright 2010 by the WIGenWeb Team.  All rights reserved.  Copyright of submitted items belongs to those
responsible for their authorship or creation unless otherwise assigned.