DILL, Irvin W., carriage manufacturer, was born in Dillsburg, York county, Pa., March 24, 1865, son of Wesley and Louie R. (Naugle) Dill, both natives of York county, the former deceased, the latter residing in Harrisburg. He removed to Harrisburg with his mother in early youth, and received his education in the city schools. He learned the trade of carriage maker, and on January 1, 1892, engaged in business for himself at the east end of the Mulberry street bridge. He was married in Harrisburg, December 31, 1894, to Lillie Frank, of Harrisburg. Mr. Dill is a member of Perseverance Lodge, No. 21, F. & A. M. In his political views he is a Republican. He attends the Baptist church.
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Date of Transcription: 25 Nov. 2000
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