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George Mark Imler (iml201)

Father: Wilhelm Imler (iml101)

b. 1705 in Bavaria, Germany [Mock]

d. 1816 buried in Two Church Cemetery, then in York County, now Adams County, Pennsylvania. The Lutheran Cemetery is on the left located near Dillsburg, Pennsylvania on the two chuch road. He is in the 6th row from the walkway, the 6th grave. The marker is no longer standing. [Horton]

m. April 28, 1732 in the village of Waldangellock in the Kariachgau region of Germany, Esther Therriesia Schaber, baptised October 13, 1709, d. after 1788 buried in Dutch Corner, Bedford County, Pennsylvania in the old family plot on the farm which belonged to George Michael Imler (iml1001). Daughter of Rudulph Schaber and Catherine Barbara. [Mock]

Issue: [Mock]

Hannah Barbara Imler, b. 1732 in Germany, d. 1812 buried in Upper Claar Cemetery, Greenfield Township, Blair County, Pennsylvania [Gehert]

m. Mathias Walters, b. 1728 in Dutch Corners, Bedford County, Pennsylvania.

Eve Imler, b. 1734 in York County, Pennsylvania, d. 1815 buried in the Messiah Lutheran Church Cemetery, Bedford County, Pennsylvania. [Gehert]

m. Adam Henry Earnst, massacred by Indians at his home in the autumn of 1777.
m2. Conrad Samuels, b. April 20, 1717
In Sept. 1777 Adam Earnst and two neighbors were killed by Indians as they were preparing to spend the day splitting logs for fences, the door of the cabin being broken open and the men scalped before the eyes of the horrified woman. Baby Michael and 4-year-old Henry were in the kitchen and the other children, --- George Adam, Mary, Jacob and Johannes,---in bed in the loft. These four escaped by sliding down the shed roof and hiding in the cornfield. The Indians set fire to the house, took the mother and two boys departed. After a year the three prisoners were sold to the British at Ft. Detroit, where the mother labored eight years to buy their freedom, then returned to the home land over what is now, practically, the Lincoln Highway, the children riding a pony and the mother walking the entire distance. They located in Bedford Township, near Cessna and Eve later married Conrad Samuel. On her return, she found that her eldest son had married Elizabeth Samuel and lived on the home place.

Marie Barbara Imler, b. September 18, 1735 in Dillsburg, Pennsylvania, d. July 1821 buried in Claar Cemetery, Pennyslvania

m. 1760, Johannes Godfrey Reighert, b. 1729 in Stadten unter, Heuchelberg, Germany, d. July 12, 1812 buried top of the hill on Joe Maddas Farm, Oppenheimer Corner, Pennsylvania.

George Michael Imler (iml1001), b. 1739, d. June 23, 1816

William Abraham Imler, b. 1741 in Paradise Township, York County, Pennsylvania, d. August 1815 in Shy-Beaver, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania.

m. Eva Sprinkler
William operated a grist mill. [Berkhimer]

Susannah Catherine Imler, bc1740, d. February 7, 1841 buried in the Messiah Lutheran Church Cemetery, Bedford County, Pennsylvania.

m. Henry Stiffler, b. 1758, d. June 9, 1816 buried in the Messiah Lutheran Church Cemetery, Bedford County, Pennyslvania.


September 26, 1732:
Arrived in Philadelphia on the Ship "Mary" from Rottendam, Holland with his brother Jacob Marcus Imler. [Mock]

October 12, 1733:
Anna Ester arrived on the ship "Charming Betty" with George's father Wilhelm. [Riede]

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