History of Lafayette College
Peter Seip Michler (Anti-Mason12) Lehigh, Northampton, Pike and Wayne Counties 1835-1837 (Whig10) Lehigh and Northampton Counties 1837-1839
Peter Seip Michler born April 3, 1799, Jacobsburg, Northampton County, Pennsylvania; son of Nathaniel and Elizabeth Seip Michler; Lafayette College; first lieutenant, Easton Union Guards, 1824; engaged, banking; married, Mary B. Michler, son John Francis Michler; elected, Anti-Mason, Pennsylvania State Senate, 12th district, 1835-1837; elected, Whig, Pennsylvania State Senate, 10th district, 1837-1839; died, December 27, 1865 (aged 66.7), Easton, Northampton County, Pennsylvania; interment, Easton Cemetery, Easton, Northampton County, Pennsylvania.
Professional titles; business ownership; board memberships; local government; club memberships:
Director, Northampton County Insurance Company; director, Easton Cemetery; president Branch Bank of Pennsylvania at Easton; first president, Farmers and Mechanics Bank (now First National), first president, Thomas Iron Company.
Elected, Anti-Mason, Pennsylvania State Senate, 12th district, Lehigh, Northampton, Pike and Wayne Counties, 1835-1837.
Elected, Whig, Pennsylvania State Senate, 10th district, Lehigh and Northampton, Counties, 1837-1839
The Men of Lafayette, 1828-1893: Lafayette College, Its History, Its Men page 114.