Stephen Decatur Engle

Stephen Decatur Engle
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Born (1837-12-18)December 18, 1837
Sugarloaf Township, Pennsylvania
Died January 24, 1921(1921-01-24) (aged 83)
Hazleton, Pennsylvania
Occupation Inventor
Known for The Engle Clock
Spouse(s) Martha A. Grenawalt
Parents William Engle
Mary Davis

Stephen Decatur Engle (December 18, 1837 – January 24, 1921) of Sybertsville, Pennsylvania was an American inventor best known as the creator of the Engle Monumental Clock, a clockwork described at the time as The 8th Wonder of The World. [1]

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