The Peter Heydinger Intimate Photos

This is the wedding picture of Peter Heydinger and Rosa Sheibley Heydinger, taken in 1887.


This picture shows Mary Wechter Heydinger, Peter Heydinger's second wife whom he married after losing his first wife, Rose.

Peter Heydinger's home in New Washington across the street from St. Bernard's Catholic Church.


The Peter and Rose Heydinger Family portrait.

The Heydinger School House. The spot for this one room school house was given by Peter Heydinger on which to erect the school. It sits within a stone's throw of Peter s home on Schwab Road, quite convenient since Peter and Rose had so many children! Today the building is used for a grain storage facility by the family that bought the home after Peter owned it.


This is a four generation picture, taken with Mary Gullung Heydinger, Peter Heydinger, Otto Heydinger, and baby Viola Heydinger.

A four generation picture, taken around 1948, showing Peter as the patriarch, Bert, Art and Stanley as the todler.


Life on the Farm in the 20's

Peter Heydinger's home on Chatfield Center Road, later owned by Harold Heydinger.

Peter and Rose's family pose with them in front of the Chatfield Center Road home, about 1912.


Relatives on the Scheibley Side of the Family

This is the log cabin in which Rose Sheibley Heydinger was born. It stood approximately across from where Cranbery Hills Golf Course is today. The picture was taken in November of 1951. The house, with a few modern improvements, stood there until around 1960 when it was demolished.

Rose Sheibley Heydinger's parents golden wedding anniversary picture taken around 1912.

50th Wedding Anniversary picture of the Sheibley family.