George Washington Overmyer
Culver Citizen, 16 Aug 1933. "Culver Citizen Nostalgia
The Overmyer mill at the corner of the Railroad Road and Mill St. has been torn down by its owner, George W. Overmyer. The mill was about 40 Years old,
and at one time has the mecca for farmers in this vicinity."
Rochester Sentinel, Thursday, March 15, 1956.
"Final rites for George OVERMYER, 78, of near Culver , were held Saturday at the Easterday funeral home, Culver . Mr. Overmyer, who resided alone, died of a
heart attack, presumably suffered early last Thursday.
He was born at Burr Oak, Dec. 25, 1877. Practically all his life had been spent in Culver and vicinity. He was past master of Culver Masonic Lodge and was Culver
postmaster from 1921 to 1929.
Survivors are a son, Clifford OVERMYER, R.R. 2, Rochester; two daughters, Mrs. Alice McLANE and Violet OVERMYER, both of Culver ; a sister, Mrs. Alice BEATTY,
Plymouth; four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren."
He was the son of Franklin and Susannah (Burkett) Overmyer and was born 25 DEC 1877 in Burr Oak, Union Twp, Marshall County, Indiana, and died 7 MAR 1956
in Culver , Marshall County, Indiana. He was buried in the Culver Cemetery (Olde Town), Culver , Marshall County, Indiana. He married Orhpa L. McFarland 7 APR
1901 in Marshall County, Indiana. She was born 1878 in Union Twp, Marshall County, Indiana, and died 1950 in Marshall County, Indiana. She was buried in the Culver
Cemetery (Olde Town), Culver , Marshall County, Indiana.
Alice Overmyer was born 1902 in Marshall County, Indiana, and died 1981. She married Frank McLane. He was born 1901, and died 1975.
Clifford L. Overmyer was born 1904 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, and died 1963.
Mildred Violet Overmyer was born 11 SEP 1908 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, and died unm. 25 NOV 1999 in Culver , Marshall County, Indiana.; a school teacher