FREDERICK GUSTAVUS SCHEIBLER, JR., an architect of more than common ability, residing at Swissvale, was born
May 12, 1872, in Oakland, Pittsburg, a son of William Augustus Scheibler. The father, a retired merchant of Pittsburg,
was born in Pittsburg, and married Eleanor Amelia Seidel, daughter of Frederick William (Neil) Seidel, of Pittsburg,
by whom were born four children: 1. Eleanor Amelia. 2. Frederick Gustavus, Jr., of whom later. 3. Anna Vera. 4.
William Edward, who is connected with the Diamond National Bank of Pittsburg. The family are members of the Presbyterian
church, and in politics Mr. Scheibler is a supporter of the Democratic party.
Frederick G. Scheibler attended the public schools of Belifield and the academic department of the high schools.
He then took architecture for a profession and has succeeded remarkably well, and has drawn the plans and specifications
for many important structures in western Pennsylvania. His office is in Wilkinsburg, in the Carl building, on the
corner of Ross and Wood streets.
He was united in marriage, June 29, 1898, to Miss Antonie Oehmler, daughter of Rudolph and Eliza (Foerster) Oehmler,
of Craig street, Pittsburg. They are the parents of two children: 1. Harold Edward, born April 17, 1899.
2. Mildred Martha, born February 20, 1901. In politics Mr. Scheibler reserves the right to vote an independent
ticket. He belongs to the Swissvale Presbyterian church and is connected with the Knights of Malta, the Architects'
Club, the Automobile Club, the Architectural League of America, and is a member of the Pittsburg Board of Trade.
A Century and a half of
Pittsburg and her people.
By: John Newton Boucher
The Lewis Publishing Company
Allegheny County Pennsylvania Biographies
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