PHILIP M. ENTERLINE

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           PHILIP M. ENTERLINE has been engaged as a dealer in monuments at Kittanning since 1894, previous to which time he was located at Dayton, Armstrong county, for a period of eighteen years.  He has spent practically all his active life in this business.

             Mr. Enterline was born March 17, 1855, in Jefferson county, Pa., son of Daniel and Lucinda (Shives) Enterline.  This branch of the Enterline family was established in America by John Enterline, the great-grandfather of Philip M. Enterline.  He came to this country from Bavaria in the seventeen hundreds, was a German Lutheran minister, and established a church in Lykens valley, in the eastern part of Pennsylvania, known as the �Gratz Lutheran Congregation.�

             Daniel Enterline, father of Philip M. Enterline, was born in Mifflin township, Dauphin Co., Pa., and died in 1872, at the age of fifty-nine years.  He was an earnest member of the Evangelical Church, and a licensed local preacher of his denomination.  In politics he was a Know-nothing, later a Republican, but he took no active part in such matters, and never cared for office.

Source: Page 878, Armstrong County, Pa., Her People, Past and Present, J. H. Beers & Co., 1914
Transcribed May 2002 by James R. Hindman for the Armstrong County Beers Project
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