06/04/1850 - 03/07/1931

FETTEROLF, Abraham Detwiler, a Clerk from Montgomery County; born, June 4, 1850 near Collegeville, Montgomery County, Pa.; attended, Freeland Seminary; school teacher; lumber inspector (1871-1875); dry goods merchant; elected, justice of the peace, Upper Providence Township (1882); elected, transcribing clerk, Pennsylvania House of Representatives (1885); speaker’s clerk, Pennsylvania House of Representatives (1886); operator, Roberts & Company Machine Works, Collegeville (1887-1890); journal clerk, Pennsylvania House of Representatives (1889); appointed, deputy clerk of courts, Montgomery County (1891); chair, Montgomery County Republican Committee (1892); secretary, Republican State Committee (1893-1894); resident clerk, Pennsylvania House of Representatives (1893-1894, 1897-1900); elected, Chief Clerk, Pennsylvania House of Representatives (January 1, 1895-January 5, 1897); elected, burgess, Collegeville (1903); secretary, fire insurance company; national bank president; died, March 7, 1931 in Norristown, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania; interred, Trinity United Church of Christ Cemetery, Collegeville, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

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