Blanco Co Cemeteries of Tx
Submitted by Joel Honeycutt and Pat Althaus
Prepared for Cemeteries of
TX by Wanda Qualls
Used with permission of the
Blanco County Historical Commission, 101 Pitchfork, Johnson City, TX
Transcribed by: June Baird (1983)
Location: Located on George Brown place (1983) At Twin Sisters take road to right up Little
Blanco River for 1/2 mile. Turn left, take road to house. From there, the cemetery is 1/2 mile
through the pasture.
Heidmann Alwine Helene Nov 18 1903 May 02 1907
Parents: Willie and Emma Armke Heidmaann
Siblings: Elsa Hulda Heidmann Brown and Arthur Willie Heidmann
Heidmann Emma Jul 13 1879 Feb 13 1939
Maiden name: Armke
Parents: Frederick (F. C.) and Wilhelminia Bindseil Armke
Married: Willie Heidmann on Jan 17 1903 in Blanco
Children: Alwine Helene Heidmann; Elsa Hulda Heidmann Brown; Arthur Willie Heidmann
Heidmann Wilhelm (Willie) Aug 14 1873 Jun 26 1932
Parents: Friedrich and Karoline Wenzel Weil Heidmann
Siblings: Augusta Heidmann Beckmann; Fred Heidmann; Sophie Heidmann Werner.
Willie (Wilhelm) stayed on the Heidmann homestead which he farmed until his death.
Heidmann Karoline Wenzel Weil Nov 05 1839 Sep 18 1907
Birthplace: Lichenhein bei Jena, Germany
Karoline was the widow of George Weil and the youngest of six children born to Friedrich Andreas Wenzel and Maria Christiane Huttenrauch. She came to Texas with her parents and their family on the "Hampden" which left Hamburg in 1854 and arrived in Galveston on Apr 01 1854. From Indianola they went to New Braunfels where they were pioneer settlers. She married Friedrich heidmann on May 27 1868.
Children: Augusta Heidmann
Beckmann; Fred Heidmann; Willie (Wilhelm) Heidmann;
Sophie Heidmann Werner.
Karoline had one know brother (Karl Wenzel) who moved from Twin Sisters area to
Brown Infant William mid 1930's
Lived 10 hours.
Parents: George and Elsa Hulda Heidmann Brown.
Siblings: Carl Arthur and George Paul
Heidmann Frederich Dec 13 1832 Feb 29 1921
Birth place: Brandenburg, Prussia
Married: Karoline Wenzel Weil on May 27 1868
Friedrich was a pioneer settler of Twin Sisters. He came to Texas in 1857
His trade was listed as a mason. He enlisted in the Civil War as a Union Solder as a
private at New Orleans, La. and served for three years. After the Civil War, he lived
several years in Comal County. After he married Karoline, they lived on their homestead
at Twin Sisters their entire married life where he was a farmer.
Children: Augusta Heidmann Beckmann; Fred Heidmann; Wilhelm (Willie) Heidmann;
Sophie Heidmann Werner.
6 graves with markers
Braun Elsa Aug 22 1907 Jan 1988