Albert Oscar Heine (1868-?)
Born in Hamburg, Germany, long-time clothing merchant in Bay City.
1900 History. Added June 2008.
Michigan Manual, State of Michigan, 1905
ALBERT OSCAR HEINE. _______
Senator from the twenty-fourth district, comprising the counties of Bay and Midland, was born in Hamburg, Germany, December 5, 1868, and came to Mt. Clemens, Michigan, in 1870. A few years later he moved with his parents to Saginaw, and received his education in the public schools of that city. In 1884 he moved to Bay City, entering the employ of S. V. Wilkins, clothier, and remained with him until three years ago; Mr. Heine then entered the clothing business with C. E. Janett under the firm name of Heine & Janett. This partnership continued until early in the year 1904, when Mr. Janett retired on account of ill health, Mr. Heine reorganizing the business under the name of A. O. Heine & Co., Ltd. He is a Republican, and was elected to the state senate November 8, 1904, by a vote of 8,917 to 4,631 for Birdsey Knight and 301 for Frederick Hebinger.
1896 Jul 15: Married Florence Hopkins, b. 1874, at West Bay City, MI.
1900 Census, Bay City: Residing with Florence at 100 Monroe St, Bay City, MI.
1905-6: Legislator State senate.
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Heine, Albert O. (subject)
Hopkins, Florence (wife)
A.O. Heine & Co., Ltd.
Bay City, MI
Bay Co., MI
Heine & Janett Co.
Midland Co., MI
Mt. Clemens, MI
West Bay City, MI