Oct. 31, 1789 York Run Fayette County Pennsylvania, USA
Sep. 12, 1876 Crawfordsville Montgomery County Indiana, USA
George married 15 Jul 1821 Butler Co., OH Rebecca Bailey (1800-1893) and had 10 children.
HISTORY OF MONTGOMERY cOUNTY iNDIANA
In 1861 John P. Everson was united in marriage with Rebecca A. Guntle, who was born near Whitesville, Union township, Montomery county, the daughter of George Guardian Guntle and Rebecca A. (Bailey) Guntle.
Her father, who was born in Little York, Pennsylvania, was a son of Jonathan and Julia Ann (Sneivley) Guntle, natives of Germany, who, to pay for their passage across the ocean to this country, were put on the auction block and their services for three months sold to the highest bidder.
George G. and Rebecca Guntle came to Montgomery county in 1832, traveling in a wagon, and locating near Whitesville on the 5th of September. Here Mr. Guntle entered a tract of goverment land, on which not a stick had ever been disturbed, and here Mr. Guntle at once entered upon the task of creating a home in the wilderness. While he was getting a space cleared for a cabin, the family lived in their wagon, not having even a bedstead. When the cabin logs were in place, the cracks between were filled with mud, and in this primitive home they began life, their experiences being much the same as those of other pioneers in this new country.
George died on September 12, 1876 at the age of 88 at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, John and Rebecca (Guntle) Everson, who was living on East College Street in Crawfordsville. George"s Will which was dated December 31, 1831 was probated on September 20, 1876. All ten children were still living.