|Birth: ||Dec. 23, 1864|
|Death: ||Apr. 4, 1954|
Samuel F Mentzer was an early business partner of Daniel Henry Romberger. In existence approximately 1904-1914, Mentzer-Romberger aka Mentzer & Romberger Builders' Supplies, or Manufacturing Company was based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania at 18th c Chestnut and their enterprise included brick and cast stone work. (By 1919, Mentzer moved his solo concern to 11th and Forster.) The business appears to have existed in Mentzer's hands both before and after this partnership. It appears that his son in law, John Grissinger later worked with him in this business. Daniel H Romberger went to Lehigh County in 1914 and began his own business, Romberger Cast Stone, aka Romberger Manufacturing Company.
Samuel Frederick Mentzer was the sixth child of Abraham Fredrick Mentzer (a mason, 1830-1914) and his wife, Ruanna or Rhuanna Bittenger Mentzer (1833-1918), who are buried in the Cedar Grove Cemetery in Chambersburg, PA. Abraham Frederick Mentzer was the son of Frederick Mentzer (a cooper, 8 Dec 1808-2 Mar 1892) and his wife Dorothy Monn Mentzer, who are buried in the Rose Hill Cemetery, Mont Alto, Franklin County, PA.
Samuel's siblings include:
Mary Alice Mentzer Barnes
George Edward Mentzer
Cora Irene Mentzer
William Henry Mentzer
John Franklin Mentzer (1859-1935, buried Cedar Grove, Chambersburg, PA)
Charles Elmer Mentzer (1868-1953, buried Lincoln Cemetery, Chambersburg, PA)
Samuel F Mentzer's wife was Ida May Metz (21 Jun 1870-23 Sep 1946, who is buried with him in lot 128). They were married 21 Jul 1887. Their children included:
Bertha M. Mentzer (1st marriage Walter R. Huber) Russell
Myrtle Mentzer Grissinger
Frederick Metz Mentzer
Charles Abraham Mentzer
Samuel Frederick Mentzer died of a cerebral hemorrhage and was interred April 12, 1954.
If the reader is interested in more information about the family, the Mormon/LDS holdings include genealogy about them in their holdings. Data about the information is below:
Annotated genealogy of Samuel F. Mentzer and Ida May Metz
compiled by Charles Abraham Mentzer
Mentzer, Charles Abraham, 1909- (Main Author)
Microfilm made of typescript collections (10, 11, 5 leaves) loaned or donated by Charles A. Mentzer, Birmingham, Michigan.
Includes Menser, Mensor and other variant spellings.
Includes Ernst, Wildeson and related families.
No circulation to family history centers.
George Mentzer and his wife, Elizabeth, immigrated from Prussia to Franklin (formerly Cumberland) County, Pennsylvania. Of their seven children, four sons served in the Revolutionary War. Samuel Frederic Mentzer (1864-1952), a direct descendant, married Ida May Metz (1870-1946) in 1887, and lived in Franklin County, Pennsylvania. Descendants and relatives lived in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan and elsewhere.
Manuscript (On Film)
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1984-1988
on 3 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
Note - Location [Film]
Mentzer lineage (10 leaves). - FHL US/CAN Film [ 1035656 Item 4 ]
Metz lineage (11 leaves). - FHL US/CAN Film [ 1421610 Item 2 ]
Additional Mentzer and Metz lineage (5 leaves). - FHL US/CAN Film [ 1320635 Item 41 ]
Charles Abraham Mentzer applied for membership in the Sons of the American Revolution based on relationships to Abraham Stauffer/Stouffer, Joseph Mentzer (Menser, Mensor), and Abraham Nissley (Nessley, Nesley).
Plot: Ridge Lawn section, lot 135
Created by: sr/ks
Record added: Apr 08, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 25837353