WILLIAM T. HEILMAN

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            WILLIAM T. HEILMAN, a farmer of Manor township, was born April 5, 1859, in Kittanning township, Armstrong county, son of William and Margaret (Iseman) Heilman.  The father was a farmer all his life.

            William T. Heilman attended public school in Bethel township, this county, following with a course in a commercial college at Kittanning, from which he was graduated in 1884.  He then began farming, and has followed this line of work ever since, with considerable profit, on the farm he now occupies.

            On Nov. 5, 1886, Mr. Heilman married Anna L. Montgomery, and the following children were born to them:  Clara, born Nov. 23, 1887, died in infancy; Ray M., born in 1888, educated in the Ford City high school, is now clerk for the Park Bank, of St. Joseph, Mo. (he married Blanch Malone, and they had two children, Ira M. and Louisa L., twins, born Feb. 11, 1911, the mother dying on April 5th of the same year); Glen was born in 1889; Russell, in 1893; Harold, in 1895; Thomas B., born in 1899, died in infancy; Anna L. was born in 1909. 

            Socially Mr. Heilman belongs to the Royal Arcanum and the Independent Americans.  His religious home is in the Presbyterian Church, he having held membership for a number of years in the Appleby Manor Memorial Church.  The Heilman and Iseman families are very well known in Armstrong county, and there are many members of both numbered among the representative citizens here.

Source: Page 859, Armstrong County, Pa., Her People, Past and Present, J. H. Beers & Co., 1914
Transcribed May 2002 by James R. Hindman for the Armstrong County Beers Project
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