Wheland Machine Works

Allgemeines

FirmennameWheland Machine Works
OrtssitzChattanooga (Tennessee)
Art des UnternehmensMaschinenfabrik
AnmerkungenDer Firmen-Inhaber und Hauptaktionär (1911) George Washington Wheland kam 1874 von Athens (s.d.) nach Chattanooga; er war um 1911 auch Vizepräsident der "Chattanooga Plough Company". [owwm]: Gegründet 1911 oder eher; bestand mindestens bis 1936. Kleiner Archivbestand in Biltmore Estate Forestry Department Manager's Records, Series W, Folder 38.0015 (Zeitraum: 1902-1907).
Quellenangabenhttp://owwm.com/MfgIndex/detail.asp?ID=887; http://www.pacificsun.ca/~robert/2001/part08.htm; http://www.islandnet.com/~westisle/History/steammil.html




Produkte

Produkt ab Bem. bis Bem. Kommentar
Dampfkessel          
Dampfmaschinen         Nur in McLean Sawmill nachgewiesen (dort Aufguß auf dem Schieberkastendeckel)
Hobelmaschinen          
Kreissägen          
Sägwerke         mit Kreissägen




Allgemeines

ZEIT1911
THEMABiographie von George Washington Wheland
TEXTGeorge Washington Wheland is one of the solid citizens who have made Chattanooga the city she is. Actively and success fully engaged in manufacturing, he has done much to build up our material interests, while by his personal life he has set a good example to his contemporaries and to those who shall come after us. He was born, 15 August, 1843, in Center County, Pennsylvania, and was raised on a farm in Hancock County, Ohio, receiving a common school education. He served thru the Civil War in the One Hundred and Eighteenth Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and has ever since been in the machine and foundry business. He came to Chattanooga from Athens, Tenn., in 1874. He is president of the Wheland Machine Works, vice-president of the Chattanooga Plow Company, and one of the principal stockholders of the Chattanooga Machinery Company. These facts alone indicate how large a factor he has been in our industrial progress. Mr. Wheland was on the first police commission of Chattanooga. He is a member of the First Methodist Church, of this city. On October 9, 1872, he married at Grand Haven, Mich., Miss Emily L. Winsor, who died, 12 February, 1895. There are two children of the marriage, Z. W. Wheland and E. F. Wheland. On 20 November, 1901, Mr. Wheland married, at Hagerstown, Ind., Mrs. Sara J. Greenleaf. He is still in full business activity, with, probably, many years of active usefulness yet before him.
QUELLE[Standard History of Chattanooga Tennessee, Chas. D. McGuffey 1911] = http://www.hctgs.org/Biographies/bio_wheland_gw.htm