|Birth: ||Jul. 1, 1772|
|Death: ||Sep. 6, 1852|
Son of William & Crestine Allender
Husband of Elizabeth Overly
George Allender was born in Virginia July 1, 1772. He was of pure English descent, and his wife, Elizabeth Overly, born September 6, 1778, whom he married in Kentucky, was of the pure German descent. They emigrated from Fleming County, Ky., to Rush County, Ind., in the year 1826, taking up their home on a quarter section of land two miles west of what is now Arlington, use to be Burlington. There they erected the log house, the remains of which appear pictured on another page, where they resided until death. George died very suddenly as he sat in his chair on Monday morning, September 6, 1852. Elizabeth died July, 1863.
Of the fourteen children born to this union, the most of them established homes for themselves and families in Rush County, residing there until death. Delilah had her home in Shelby county; Lydia, in Henry county, and Isabella in Tipton county. But as will be seen by the addresses found in this book the descendants are widely scattered. These are all the present addresses of parties.
Mary Allender Six (1796 - 1863)*
Christina Allender Zornes (1798 - 1848)*
George Allender (1805 - 1884)*
Lydia Allender Adams (1810 - 1894)*
Isabell Allender Laden (1812 - 1889)*
Emelia H. Allender Adams (1816 - 1901)*
Garland B. Allender (1818 - 1878)*
Created by: Donna Tauber
Record added: Mar 05, 2007
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