Alfred met Martha in St.Louis, then they moved to Versailles, MORGAN Co., Missouri for some reason?
Descendants of Alfred Heinemann
Generation No. 1
1.ALFRED1 HEINEMANN was born January 20, 1861, and died June 27, 1928.He married MARTHA LOUISE MARONEY, daughter of JOHN MARONEY and REBECCA STEEN.She was born February 16, 1872 in Conway, Laclede Co., MO, and died January 07, 1919.
Notes for ALFRED HEINEMANN: Date: Sun, 16 May 1999 01:26:22 EDT From: To: MOMORGAN-L@rootsweb.com Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: [MOMORGAN-L] In memory of George Arnhold Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
March 12, 1896 Yarnell Scrapbook IN MEMORY OF GEO. ARNHOLD - --------------------------------------------- A Monument to be Erected to the Prince of the Niangua ---------------------------- The Arnhold Monument Association had itse inception in February when the members of the Morgan Fishing Club met for the purpose of setting a movement on foot for the erection of a suitable monument to mark the last resting place of the grand old man, George Arnhold.At this meeting an organization was completed and the following officers chosen; ***(Alfred Heineman)***, president, Col. R. E. Dornan, vice-president;John A. Hannay, Secretary;Lewis Lumpee, Treasurer. A committee composed of the following persons was then appointed to devise plans for the collection of funds and for the purchase and erection of the monument;Dr. J. D. Hubbard, J. B. Spurlock, Chas. Newkirk, John Knoop , and D. A. Fairley. A plan like this was formulated by the committee and adopted by the association at its meeting last Saturday;the association at Versailles is to be known as the central association and it is suggested that all towns or communities in the district, interested in the project, should form similar associations for the collections of funds, and forward the same to the treasurer of the central association. A board composed of one member from each association will be chosen to purchase the monument and superintend its erection. Ever since the Arnhold Monument Association was formed here a few weeks since, the liveliest interest has been manifested by all who enjoyed Uncle George Arnhold's open handed hospitality at his home on the Niangua, for the success of the project for which it was formed, and nearly every newpaper in Central Missouri has spoken of it in the most favorable way. The success of the undertaking is assured.It is estimated that at least $500,000 can be raised with little difficulty.The association hopes to have the monument completed and ready for dedication when the fishing season opens next fall.
More About MARTHA LOUISE MARONEY: Census: 1880, WEBSTER Co.,Union Twp.,Missouri
Children of ALFRED HEINEMANN and MARTHA MARONEY are: i. AUGUST2 HEINEMANN. ii. LOUISE HEINEMANN, m. UNK COMER.