"My" Georges had a heavy tradition of using these names in the 1700-1800s:
Reuben, Enoch, Joshua, Isaac
Fannie, Jane, Mary
Reuben and Ann (HANDLEY) GEORGE Sr. took their family from WV to OH about 1812, and
Reuben's grandchildren either stayed in Ohio or moved on into Indiana and Missouri by the 1840s.
I've heard of an Ohio bishop Enoch GEORGE, but have no clue exactly where he fits into any family.
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