Homer Carlton and Blanche (Inloe) George Family
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The Homer and Blanche (Inloe, Inloes) George Family Line

Reuben George Sr. * Joshua George * Enoch "Jack" George * A. Cary George * Homer George
William Inloes * Daniel Inloes * David Inloes * Clement Inloes * Blanch Inloes George

* Enoch Jackson George      (m)
b. 7 Jul 1827 Okeana OH
d. 2 Jul 1907 Okeana OH
Margaret Ellen DeArmond
b. Mar 1831-2 OH
d. 25 Jun 1888 OH
??? Fye

(m) ???


* Alfred Cary George      (m)
b. 7 Nov 1859 Okeana OH
d. ?? Lebanon, IN
Emma Jane Fye
b. 18--
d. 21 Jan 19--

* Homer Carlton George
b. 24 Dec 1888 Okeana OH
d. 22 Sep 1980, Lebanon, Ohio
David Inloes
(m) Elizabeth Hamlyn

(m) ???


Clement Inloes
(m) Martha Jane Cameron

(m) Blanche INLOES
b. 21 May 1891 Okeana OH
d. 31 Mar 1988 Lebanon OH

OSU 1907
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Homer Carlton and Blanch (INLOES) GEORGE
Okeana and Lebanon, Ohio
Homer and Blanche Inloes GEORGE line, Tom Inloes (more)

Children of Homer and Blanche (Inloes) GEORGE:
Lucille, Harold, Ruth, Roberta, Robert, Ralph James GEORGE
Homer's parents:

Cary and Emma George
Homer Carlton George, the first child of Alfred "Cary" and Emma Jane (Fye, Fry) George of Okeana, Ohio, was born December 24, 1888. Homer had 3 brothers and 1 sister:
Clayton George (Madison WI), Russell Lowell George (Lebanon, IN), Pearl Evelyn George Cook (Brookville IN), and Howard George (Sacramento CA). Homer was 91 when he died 22 September, 1980.

Blanche INLOES, the younger daughter of Clement and Martha (CAMERON) INLOES, was born 21 May 1891 near Okeana (Butler Co) OH. Blanche's older sister was Gertrude INLOES (1887-1924), who married Lee BLACKFORD in 1906 and had three daughters. After marrying Homer on 15 August 1911 at her parents home, Blanche and Homer continued living and farming near Okeana OH. They had six children. Blanche and Homer were active in bringing their family to the George Reunion each 2nd Sunday of August for many years. At the age of 96, Blanche died 31 March 1988 in Lebanon, Ohio.

Blanche and Homer were buried in Section F-16 of the Lebanon Cemetery, in Warren Co, Lebanon, OH. More below

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Cary and Emma George about 1918 with grandchildren,
older children of Homer and Clayton:
Harold F. George,
Lucille (George) Daubenmire King, (with bow),
Mary Jane (George) Rieth, and
Ruth (George) Pierce

Children of Homer and Blanche (Inloes) GEORGE:
Lucille, Harold, Ruth, Roberta, Robert, Ralph James GEORGE
1. Lucille George Daubenmire King
    b 4 Dec 1913 OH
    d 9 Oct 2013 OH (99)

m 1) Leslie S. DAUBENMIRE
son of * William S. and Julia A. MYERS DAUBENMIRE
    b 31 May 1908 Fairfield Co OH
    d 4 Apr 1960 Dayton, Montgomery Co OH (51)
    lived in Xenia and Dayton OH
    buried in Lebanon (OH) Cemetery

m 2) William R. "Bill" King
    b 1917
    d 1988 OH (71)
lived in Dayton, OH
Bill and Lucille KING both donated their bodies to Wright State School of Medicine in Montgomery County, OH
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William and Julia MYERS DAUBENMIRE
Facebook photo, Marti Daubenmire.

Thanks so much to Carolyn Daubenmire for contributing pictures and informtation on this family.
Leslie and Lucille DAUBENMIRE had 7 children:
...and (#?) grandchildren
1) Paul (m. Peggy)
(Paul & Peggy's children)
2) Ronald (Carolyn) FB

Carolyn "Odie" (Dempsey)
& Ronnie Daubenmire

Xenia, OH
(Ron and Carolyn's children)
3) twin Jean (Gary Paul)

Jean Paul

2014 Dec 20

Linda Jo, Jean, and Brenda Paul

Not pictured: son, Butch Paul
4) twin Joan (Donald Becker)

Don and Joan

2014 Dec 20

Don and Joan's family
2014 Dec 20
Second row: (son), Don, Joan, Mary, Cheryl
Front row: Beverly, Diane
5) Linda (Charles Shafer) FB
Chuck and Linda Shafer
2014 Dec 20

Tina and Chuck Shafer

with parents,
Chuck and Linda
6) Michael


wife: Kay

Kim, Leslie, Mike, and Shelly

Mike & Kay's daughters
7) Richard L. (Josephine "Jo") FB

Jo & Richard
(Richard & Jo's children)

Leslie S. Daubenmire died April 4, 1960 and was buried in the same lot with Homer and Blanche GEORGE, his wife's parents, in Section F-16 of Lebanon Cemetery, Warren Co, Lebanon, OH (per Warren County, Ohio Virtual Cemetery Project, by Warren County Genealogical Society).

Leslie's parents, William (1867-1945) and Julia (1871-1958) are buried at West Rushville Cemetery, Section H Row 1, West Rushville, Fairfield County, OH

Lucille's memorial was held 15 October, 2013 at Hawker United Church of Christ, Beavercreek, OH www.hawkerucc.org led by Rev Robert B. Walker. The memorial bulletin included the following information:
Dedication: Dedicating this day to our mother...
Paul, Ronnie, Jean, Joan, Linda, Mike, Dick, Carolyn Don, Chuck, and Jo."
"As Lucille King requested, her body was donated to Wright State School of Medicine. Her remains will be buried later in her home town of Lebanon, OH."

* Dayton Daily News, October 11, 2013:
KING, Lucille Daubenmire
Passed away October 9, 2013, age 99 years, was born in Lebanon, Oh, December 4, 1913. Preceded in death by husband William King. Her joy of life was serving the Lord through her church ministries and love of singing in the choir until 92 years of age. She always had a smile on her face and loved to dance the night away. She leaves behind 7 children and their spouses; Paul Daubenmire, Ron Daubenmire and Carolyn, Joan Becker and Don, Jean Paul, Linda Shafer and Chuck, Michael Daubenmire, Richard Daubenmire and Josephine (Jo), step-daughter Sally Hubell and Roger, numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces and nephews, sisters; Ruth Pierce and Roberta Hildebrandt, brothers; Robert and Jim George. She will be missed by her loving family and friends. A memorial service will be held at Hawker UCC Church Beavercreek officiated by pastor: Bob Walker on October 15th, at 1:00 pm. Family requests in lieu of flowers donations be made to the Hawker Church in memory of Lou.

Findagrave.com shows that a plot remains for Lucille in the Lebanon Cemetery in Lebanon, (Warren County) OH where her parents, first husband, and other relatives are also buried.

2. Harold F. GEORGE
    b 22 April 1915 OH
    d 26 Feb, 1968 OH (52)
Buried at Lebanon Cemetery, Lebanon, OH
    b 7 Jun 1918 Boone Co IN
    d 11 Nov 2013 St Clairsville, Belmont Co OH (95)
They lived in Lebanon, OH.
Harold and Mary (FAIRCHILD) GEORGE had 5 children:
1) Nancy (m Jack LISKO), b 24 Aug 1937; Lebanon, OH Facebook
2) Jerry (m Kathleen), Port Orange, FL
3) Donald G., Clarksville, OH
4) Susan L. (m Mike WHITING), Prescott Valley, AZ
5) Jennifer Lynn (m Dorsey B. KINDLER, Jr. 31 Aug 1951-9 Jan 2013), St. Clairsville OH & Prescott Valley, AZ. Dr. KINDLER was a veterinarian.

Harold and Mary's obituary information, findagrave.com

3. Ruth GEORGE
    b 8 Sep 1916
    d (living)
m William "Bill" PIERCE
    b 17 Jan 1913
    d 30 Jan 2000 (87)
Lives in Lebanon, OH
Buried at Lebanon Cemetery

Ruth George PIERCE
William "Bill" and Ruth (GEORGE) PIERCE married and had 2 children: Billie and Kitty.
1) Billie Pierce Bishop Mason
(Billie's Facebook photo 2008)

Billie Pierce Bishop MASON

lives in Sante Fe, NM.
Husband Gib Mason?
Billie's daughter:
Molly Bishop Taylor and family:

Molly Bishop Taylor


Caroline (15), JT (17), Drew (10 months), Charley (6),
Molly (Bishop) Taylor, and Josh Taylor

2) Kitty Pierce Sprinkle

Kitty's daughter: Kelly Sprinkle


and Kitty SPRINKLE
4. Roberta GEORGE
    b 22 Nov 1920
    m Vernon Howard HILDEBRANT
    b 13 June 1921 Maineville, OH
    d 27 Feb 2012 Lebanon OH (90)
obit 1 and 2
Vernon and Roberta (GEORGE) HILDEBRANT had 6 children:
1) Mary Katherine "Kathy" (m Don VanOrsdale Michael) - Spring Valley, OH,
2) Mark (m Nancy - Holland, MI
3) Robert (m Peggi - Mindemoya, ONT
4) Jody (m Art Anderson) - Cleveland, GA
5) Myrna (m Jerry SAMS) - Maineville OH
6) Marcia HUNTER-ELAM (m Dirk HUNTER) - Blanchester OH
5. Robert H. GEORGE
    b 22 Nov 1920
    Lives in Lebanon, OH
    m Phyllis Jean HARDING ca 1946
      b 14 Jun 1925 So Lebanon OH
      to Charlie and Cora Lee HARDING
      d 30 Oct 2011 (86) obit and grave info

Dan, Robert, and John
at George Steel
Robert H. and Phyllis Jean (HARDING) GEORGE had 4 children: Randall Lee, Becky, Dan R., and John C. GEORGE

Robert and Phyllis reserved burial plots in Section F-16 of the Lebanon Cemetery, in Warren Co, Lebanon, OH with his parents and other family members.

1) Randall Lee GEORGE was born 5 October, 1947 in Lebanon OH. He coached high school sports in Middletown, OH. Randy was killed by a drunk driver, 13 Octber, 1973, when he was just 26. He is buried in the Lebanon (Ohio) Cemetery.

2) Becky (GEORGE) GEBHART (FB) of Lebanon OH

3) Dan R. GEORGE (in photo) was born 15 July 1952, married Gayl KIMBERLY (b 7 Apr 1953), had 3 daughters
(PHOTO: Gayl with Erin Swisher, Jessie Rollins, Randi Hammiel, Facebook).
Dan created George Manufacturing in Lebanon OH.
Dan met his first 2 grandsons.
Dan died 28 February 2008 in Lebanon OH. Obituary and meaningfulfunerals.net

4) John Cary GEORGE
b 26 Nov 1954 OH
d 4 Feb 2015 OH (60) obit
lived in Lebanon, OH
has a son Nolan GEORGE FB
- See more at: legacy.com

John's sister-in-law Gayl GEORGE wrote this tribute on Facebook, February 8, 2015:
"Thank you for all the prayers and kind words during this difficult time. As I sit here in my messy house that has suddenly become silent I can't believe how blessed I am. I am not ready to clean up the mess because it reminds me of the sweet little ones that made me laugh or smile while I was crying or shaking my head in disbelief. It reminds me of my amazing children and how once again they have been here for me. The dishes in the sink make me think of evenings spent going through photos, listening to music that brought back happy memories and just being with the most important people in John's life. We have a long road ahead of us, getting used to the idea that John is no longer here with us, but it helps me to know that Phyllis George is a happy Mama that is with her boys again. I'll clean up tomorrow, I promise."

6. Ralph James GEORGE
    b 27 Sept 1933
  m Faye
They live in Lebanon OH
Ralph James and Faye (nee ?) GEORGE had 8 children:
* 1) Robert Harold (m Bitha) GEORGE,



Bitha and Robert's family

of Lebanon OH
?, Ben, Amanda, and 1 son not pictured
about 2010; photo from Bitha George, on FB

* 2) Brenda GEORGE
* 3) Tony GEORGE
* 4) Donna GEORGE
* 5) Beverly D. GEORGE - FB
* 6) Constance Renee GEORGE - FB
* 7) Stephania GEORGE
* 8) James M. GEORGE

Homer and Blanch GEORGE: After growing up in Butler County, OH, Homer went to Ohio State University where he graduated from the College of Agriculture in the class of 1907.

In "The Dean's Corner" of Hi Alumni, Vol 2 - No 1, Fall 1977, Roy M. Kottman, the current Ohio State University Dean of the College of Agriculture and Home Economics, published Homer's letter that follows:

Dear Mr. Kottman:
Thank you for your nice letter of June 8 in which you asked for my bio-data. I am indeed a proud member of the 1907 graduating class of Ohio State's College of Agriculture.

Immediately following my graduation I worked as a surveyor for the Wooster Experimental Station and had the privilege of traveling to many parts of our beautiful state. After two years I returned to my father's farm near Okeana, Ohio and worked with him until I could save enough for a down payment on a farm of my own. I married Blanche Mae Inloe in 1911 and we were blessed with six wonderful children.

In 1919 we bought a 200 acre farm near Lebanon, Ohio on which we still reside. I vividly remember walking our herd of cattle from my fathers farm through the main street of Hamilton, Ohio to our new home, a distance of some 40 miles.

As you know farming at its best is a laborious and uncertain income-producing occupation, yet rewrarding in so many ways. To help weather the Great Depression of the 1930's we opened a retail milk service. We operated this business as The Georgeland Dairy for 18 years. The importance of a large farm family was clearly demonstrated, as my wife and each of our six children spent many long, before and after daylight hours cleaning stables, hand milking, bottle washing, and helping deliver milk to our many customers in Lebanon and surrounding areas. With the help of the old civilian conservation corp's (C.C.C.) we also planted, tended and later harvested 15 acres of Christmas trees.

After the closing of the dairy business many years later, I found I so missed daily contact with the public that I began to raise sweet corn, and other farm produce to peddle to my old milk customers and others. This eventually led to specializing in the raising and distributing of "Georgeland Popcorn". We distributed this product throughout much of Ohio and even to a few overseas customers. I continued this endeavor until my retirement at the age of 87. I am pleased to be remembered by the older generation as "the milk man" and by the younger generation as the "popcorn man".

I will be 91, December 24th this year, am in good health and fully expect to reach the century mark at least. Active in civic affairs, I am a past master of Lebanon Grange, a member of the Farm Bureau, The Baptist Church, and Blanche and I are charter members of the local Senior Citizens Club. Finally, we are expecially pleased with our 32 grandchildren and 33 great grandchildren.

Enclosed as requested is my graduation picture and one of my wife and I taken in recent years. Blanche is a spry 86 this year.

Blanche and Homer

Homer C. George

Homer C. George,

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Homer C. George,

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Homer C. George,

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Lucille and Blanche

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Blanche F. George,
yr unknown

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Blanche Mae Inloe (Inloes) George

Blanche's Inloes ancesters, Tom Inloes

Blanche & Homer,

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Robin, at momvive@kc.rr.com, provided the following information about Blanche's family.

Blanche Inloes was born 5/21/1891 in Okeana Ohio. She married Homer Carlton George on 8/15/1911.

If I am reading my copy of the family tree correctly (it's very hard to decipher) her parents were
Clemont V. Inloes
- born 6/28/1863 Franklin Co, IN
- Died 5/10/1932 Scipio Ohio.

Married Martha Jane Cameron in Brookville IN 7/29/1886.
- Born 2/2/1865 Scipio Ohio
- Died 4/25/1918 Scipio Ohio.

Clem remarried someone named Samantha.

This information comes from a distant relative that did a huge amount of research many years ago. It is my understanding that all spellings of Inloes, Inloe, Enloes, Enloe, Enlow are all related.

Contributed by Gary King from pages 348/349 in the Memoirs of the Miami Valley:
James Inloes.
Farming has stimulated the best efforts of some of the leading men of various parts of Butler county, and through their participation therein they have become well-to-do and prominent in their communities. Such a man is James INLOES, of Morgan township, who is known in his community as a skilled and successful general farmer. Mr. INLOES was born in Butler county, Ohio, June 24, 1873, a son of David and Elizabeth (HAMLIN) INLOES, the former a native of Hamilton county and the latter of England. The mother came to the United States a child and resided with her parents in Hamilton county, Ohio, until her marriage to Mr. INLOES, after which the young couple moved to a farm in Morgan township, Butler county, after a short residence in Franklin county, Ind.

They became the parents of the following children: Alfred and John, residents of Oxford, Ohio; Clem, who resides in Reily township, this county; William, of Morgan township; James, of this review; Lois, deceased; Kate, deceased, who was the wife of Harry HAMILTON of Okeana, and had one child, Charles; and Elizabeth and Lessie, deceased.

William INLOES has two sons who were in the army during the late war, Frank and Carl, the latter of whom saw active service in France.

James INLOES attended the public schools of Franklin county, Ind., and Morgan township, and following the completion of his education worked for his father until he attained his majority, after which he began working by the month. He was married March 4, 1896, to Margaret, daughter of Jonathan and Helen LEVINGSTON, of Franklin county, Ind., who had six other daughters: Inzia HARLING, of New Zealand, whose husband met his death during the great war; Belle, Gertrude, Emma, Ola and Mary. Four children have been born to Mr. and Mrs. INLOES: Lillian, Martha, Valita and Upton. After their marriage Mr. and Mrs. INLOES settled on the farm of W. L. BEARD, of Oxford, located in Morgan township, and Mr. INLOES became the owner thereof by purchasing in 1915. This is a productive tract of 180 acres, which he devotes to general farming and the raising of Jersey and Holstein cattle, and in both departments has been entirely successful. He is thoroughly conversant with modern methods of agricultural work, and as he is progressive and at the same time practical he has become known as one of the able agriculturists of his community. As a citizen, also, he has been active in promoting good movements. His political allegiance is with the Democratic party, and he and the members of his family belong to the Christian church at Scipio.

Homer and Blanche Inloes GEORGE line, tricorp.com/inloes

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