Mr. Heinly was a tanner until 1836 when he took up farming. He conducted a saw mill and a grist mill.
Mr. Heinly married Rufina Fusselman, the daughter of Jacob Fusselman.
They had 11 children.
James, married Sarah Grim; Charles; Julia; David, married Amanda Levan; Helena; Amelia, married G.W. Reagen; Kate, married C.P. Follweiler; William, married Mary Jane Levan; Jacob, married Mary Hagenbuch; Henry, married Amanda Faust; Mary Magdalene.
Mr. Heinly entered into peace on August 20, 1863. His wife followed in July 1868.
Dr. Otto married in 1736 to Elizabeth Sauchen, who died in Germany in 1738. They had one child, a daughter named Mary Elizabeth.
On May 21, 1742, Dr. Otto married Doratha Doehmchen and four children were born. Frederick Christopher, born August 22, 1743, and died November 18, 1795; Doratha Sophia, born February 28, 1745 and died November 16, 1774; Bodo, born September 11, 1748 and died January 20, 1782; John Augustus, born July 20, 1751 and died December 16, 1834.
Dr. Otto in 1776 was one of the delegates to represent Berks County in the Provincial Conference. During the Revolution, he offered his services as a surgeon in the American Army.
Dr. Otto's wife died in 1765 in Philadelphia, Pa. He remarried a third time on December 18, 1768 to Margaret Parish. She died in 1801, they had no children.
Dr. Bodo Otto died June 13, 1787 at 78 years of age. He is buried at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Reading, Pa.