Uriah Frederick Scheibler was born on 23-March-1841 and died 17-June-1905 in Westmoreland County, PA. He was married on 3-January-1872 in Wilkinsburg, Allegheny County, PA to Mary Sutman. Uriah Frederick Scheibler was the son of John Scheibler (born 22-April-1810, died 2-October-1887) and wife Mary Sell (born 4-April-1811, died 5-May-1883). John Scheibler was the son of John Jacob Scheibler and Catherine Truxel. For more information on the Scheibler family in Westmoreland County see the Shively blog written on 1-April-2012 and 17-May-2014.
Listed on the 1850 Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, PA census is John Scheibler age 40, wife Mary age 39, son Simon G age 18, daughter Sarah A age 16, daughter Hannah age 14, daughter July Ann age 12, son Urias F age 9, son John C age 6, son Jacob age 4 and son Isaac O P age 1.
Extracted from The Daily Republican, Monongahela, PA, Thursday, November 1, 1888, Page 4, Column 1: Mr. Fred Shively, of Mt. Pleasant, is the guest of H. C. Sutman, Second Street.
The death of Frederick Shivler was reported in The Daily Republican, Monongahela, PA, Tuesday, June 20, 1905, Page 1, Column 2:
Frederick Shivler Dead
Frederick Shivler, aged about 64 years, died at his home in Mt. Pleasant Sunday. The funeral takes place today, from his late residence. Mr. Shiveler's wife was Mary Sutman, a sister of John M. and Henry C. Sutman on Monongahela, who with two children survive. Henry Sutman and nephew, Charles Sutman, are attending the obsequies.
The death of Mary Sutman Scheibler was found in the Greensburg Daily Tribune, Monday, April 10, 1944:
Mrs. Mary Scheibler
Mrs. Mary Scheibler, 90 years old, died at her home in Vine street, Mt. Pleasant, at 1:10 o'clock Saturday afternoon after a lingering illness. She is survived by two daughters: Mrs. Laura Wattsel, of McClellandtown, and Miss Cora Scheibler, at home. Funeral services will be held from her home at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in charge of Rev. Morgan Heath of the First Evangelical and Reformed Church, of Mt. Pleasant. Interment will be in St. John's Middle Church cemetery.
The family of Mary Sutman Scheibler owned and operated a bakery. A little of the history of the family business was located in The Daily Republican, Monongahela, PA, Thursday, September 18, 1919, Page 1, Column 4:
Local Store Sold Today
A deal was consummated today, whereby the Sutman bakery and confectionery store passes into the hands of T. J. Eckbreth and son Walter. The store will be closed today for repairs and remodeling and will be reopened about October first, as a lunch room and confectionery store. Mr. Sutman will continue to operate the wholesale bakery and ice cream plant but will not continue in the retail business.
The passing of the Sutman store marks the close of one of the oldest business houses in the city and the oldest establishment in its line in the valley.
The Sutman store, restaurant and bakery was established by Mr. Sutmans mother, Mrs. Susan Sutman, at the close of the Civil war in 1865. Upon the return of her husband Joseph Sutman from the service, he continued the business and it was here that H. C. Sutman got his early training. Later he continued the business of his parents and has operated it ever since. The store was opened in Second street, where the Monongahela House now stands and was operated at that location until about 5 years ago, when the property was sold to J. P. Mulvihill. Mr. Sutman then moved to the old Keller property next door to his present building and later built the store which he has since occupied.
The passing of Mary Sutman Scheibler's mother was found in The Daily Republican, Tuesday, October 31, 1882, Page 1, Column 3:
On the 31st, Mrs. Susanna Sutman, widow of the late Joseph Sutman, dec'd., of cancer, in her 67th year. Funeral Wednesday at 2 o'clock.