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George Michael Imler (iml1001)

Father: George Mark Imler (iml201)
Mother: Esther Ana Shaver


b. 1739 in Adams County, Pennsylvania [NWOhio]

d. June 23, 1816 in buried in the Messiah Church Cemetery, Bedford Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania [Mock]

m. 1761, Catherine Walters, b. 1740. Daughter of Rudolph and Hannah Barbara Walters. [NWOhio]

Issue: [Riede]

Avis Imler

m2. June 26, 1764 in St. Matthew's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Hanover, Pennsylvania, Maria Catharine Christmann [Riede]

Issue: [Linda]

Catherine Imler, b. 1764/5. George and Catherine were expecting their first child when they moved from Dillsburg to Bedford County, but baby Catherine didn't wait. She was born on the way, so her mother always called her "Sooner." [Hall] d. May 15, 1842 in Bedford Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania. "The day she died she walked to and from the Messiah Church to take Holy Communion and dropped dead as she entered her home. It is three miles each way."

m2c. 1786 in Bedford County, PA, Daniel Croyle, b. 1764, d. September 12, 1828 in Bedford County, PA

Peter Imler, (iml2001), b. 1765, d. August 3, 1841

Eve, b. 1766 in Bedford County, Pennsylvania, d. 1807 in Bedford County, Pennsylvania [Lawler]

m. 1787 in Bedford County, PA, Philip Croyle, b. 1762, d. November 12, 1849 in Somerset County, PA

Conrad Imler , b. Novermber 10, 1767, d. December 9, 1846 buried in the Messiah Cemetery, Bedford County, Pennsylvania

m. Susannah Sill, b. 1767, d. 1828 buried in the Messiah Cemetery, Bedford County, PA

Henry Imler, b. November 1, 1770 in Pennsylvania, d. February 9, 1841 buried in the Imler Cemetery, Pickaway County, Ohio

m. March 15, 1796 in Bedford County, PA, Elizabeth Saltsgaver, b. December 16, 1772, d. June 3, 1815 buried in the Imler Cemetery, Pickaway County, Ohio
m2. November 22, 1816, Rachel Pressell, b. 1790, d. December 23, 1867 buried in the Imler Cemetery, Pickaway County, Ohio

Hettie Imler, b. 1772, d. November 1769 in Bedford County, Pennsylvania, d. 1843 in Imler Town, Bedford County, Pennsylvania

m. John Tobias Heltzel, b. January 3, 1760 in Paradise Township, York County, PA, d. June 16, 1843 buried in Albright Cemetery, Imler Town, Bedford County, PA [Hensel]

Elizabeth Imler, b. 1775

m. Peter Imler

Rebecca Imler, b. 1777

Michael Imler, b. 1781, d. February 1838, never married

Mary Imler, b. 1783, d. 1865, never married

Jacob Imler, b. 1786, d. January 1, 1853 buried in the Old Union Cemetery, St. Clairsville, Union Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania

m. Christina Claycomb, b. 1784, d. March 7, 1854 buried in the Old Union Cemetery, St. Clairsville, Union Township, Bedford County, PA

John Stoffer Imler, b. 1788, d. August 25, 1845 in Bedford County, Pennsylvania

m. Margaret Snyder, b. 1788, d. 1864 buried in the Messiah Cemetery, Bedford County, PA

Information:

Michael to Bedford County from Adams County when the region was in its primative wilderness. "Clearing a space in the forest, the pioneer erected a log cabin, and on the homestead that he improved reared his family." [BioRev32]

1771:
Michael was listed on the 1771 Bedford Township Taxables List. [Kernel]

Revolutionary War:
Michael served in the Militia 5th Company, York County, Rangers. He recieved 200 acres of land in Ohio for his services in the war. [Horton]

1783:
The Bedford Township Supply Tax shows Michael with 50 acres, 2 horses, 3 cattle, and 2 sheep owing 1.17.6 tax

1783 to discharge February 26, 1789:
Michael was in the York County, Pennsylvania Militia. He was a Ranger in Captain Herman's Company of the Bedford County, Militia. [Mock]

1784:
Michael served as Bedford Township constable for the year beginning January 1784. [Horton]

1788:
Michael brought his mother Anna Ester to Bedford County, Pennsylvania after his father died. [Horton]

1800:
Michael and his family were living in Bedford County, Pennsylvania. [census-PA]

February 23, 1816 (proved July 3, 1816):
Michael, a farmer of Bedford Township, Will mentions the old mansion house, the houses (numbering two) that John and Jacob live in, a plantation of 300 (patented) acres and 50 acres of mountain timber land which is to be purchased by his two sons, John and Jacob. It mentions 300 acres in Greenfield Township, where his son Peter lives. Also mentions land situate in Ohio, being a tract of land on which his son Henry lives. [Waitenberger]


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