Henry Ernst II
Henry III wrote: "My father, Henry Ernst II was named after his uncle the athlete. He just played baseball as an amatueur. His business connection was as a salesman for George Borgfelt of New York City, a wholesale importing business. He advanced to become the manager of the china department necessitating an annual trip to Dresden and Meissen in Germany, Delph in Holland and Limoge in France; the manufacturing cities of porcelainware and delftware. He was killed in an accident while on a business trip in Chicago."