Brunnerville Mill

The Brunnerville Mill sits along the Hammer Creek in Elizabeth Township. John Youndt built a log mill on this site in 1792. The current stone mill was built around 1859 by Martin Grube. Milling operations ceased in 1917. The mill has been renovated into a private residence.

1792John Youndt
1833Henry Stoneroth
1837Martin D. & Elizabeth Grube
c1859Martin Grube built current mill
1860Benjamin Breitigam
1862Abraham Bruckhart
1867Aaron H. Brubaker
1874John Snavely
1887Benjamin H. Snavely
1917Operations ceased
1921Benjamin B. Snavely
1946Lincoln Miles Snavely
1966Gerald L. Snavely
1972Garland & Doris Gingerich
c1980Converted to a residence
2000Donal P. Markey
2012Shawn & Jessica Long
Updated: August 18, 2023

The mill is located at 475 Snavely Mill Road, Lititz, PA

Structure4.5 Story Stone/Frame
Water SourceHammer Creek
Tailrace100 feet
Dam Height9 feet
Power2 turbines
Capacity12 bbl /day