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Eli Spayd Reinhold

Eli Spayd Reinhold, American bank executive. member of board of managers American S.S. Union; Mason. Discoverer of minerals, pyrophyllite and alunogen in coal mines of Pennsylvania Made 11 trips to Europe, Asia and Africa.

Background

  • Reinhold, Eli Spayd was born on January 14, 1847 in Reinholdsville, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Jacob Brunner and Catharine (Spayd) Reinhold.

  • Education

    • Preparatory education, Classical Academy, Myerstown, Pennsylvania. Student State Normal School, Millersville, Pennsylvania, 1 year. Graduate Eastman Business College, Pougkeepsie, New York.

      Studied London U., 1910. Honorary Master of Arts, Bucknell U., 1917.

    Career

    • 1 son, Milton Compton (deceased). In banking business, Mahanoy City, Pennsylvania, 1871-1906. Organizer, and executive, Union National Bank, 18 years.

      Retired from active business, 1906, and became member of faculty Crozer Theological Seminary to organize and manage extension department Connected with City Council of Mahanoy City 23 years, as secretary, treasurer or member.

    Works

    • Author of pamphlets on history subjects.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Baptist

    Membership

    Member of board of managers American S.S. Union. Mason. Discoverer of minerals, pyrophyllite and alunogen in coal mines of Pennsylvania Made 11 trips to Europe, Asia and Africa.

    Connections

    • Married Louise Jane Compton, April.
    • father: Jacob Brunner Reinhold
    • mother: Catharine (Spayd) Reinhold
    • spouse: Louise Jane Compton
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    Born January 14, 1847
    Died August 29, 1928
    (aged 81)
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