George Henry Thayer / Paul Munson Thayer
George Henry Thayer born Sep. 5, 1860 Indiana and died Jan. 27, 1934 Plymouth Marshall County Indiana
buried Oak Hill Cemetery Plymouth Marshall County Indiana; Burial: Oak Hill Cemetery Plymouth Marshall County Indiana,
Son of Henry George Thayer and Mary Elizabeth
George H. Thayer Jr., a member of on of the pioneer families of Marshall County and for many years a summer
cottager at Lake Maxinkuckee, died at his Plymouth home last week at age 74.
The Thayer family founded and operated the Plymouth Novelty Manufacturing Company, which for may years
was leading employer in Marshall county, and a graduate of one of the first classes in Plymouth High School. -
31 Jan 1934 Culver Citizen
Past secretary and general manager of the Indiana Novelty Manufacturing Company, which was founded by the Thayer
Graduated from Plymouth High School in 1878, the fourth class to graduate from PHS.
Graduated in 1883 from Cornell University.
Often referred to as George Henry Thayer, Jr., although his father is Henry George Thayer. His grandfather is
George H. Thayer.
married 12 Apr 1887 - Chicago, Cook, Illinois Mary Louise Munson born 23 May 1862 died 1953 buried Oak Hill
Cemetery Plymouth Marshall County Indiana
Paul Munson Thayer Birth: 19 Sep 1891 Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana Death: 16 Jul 1987 - Milwaukee,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin married probably Plymouth Marshall county Indiana Hazel N Rosenburg Birth August 26 1890
Plymouth, Marshall, Indiana Death 18 MAR 1973 Shorewood, Milwaukee, Wisconsin,daughter of Oliver Rosenburg
and Sarah Schroeder
He was a mechanical/Sanitary engineer
Edgar Munson Thayer Birth: Mar. 19, 1888 Death: Mar. 23, 1904 buried Oak Hill Cemetery Plymouth Marshall County
Edgar Munson Thayer oldest son of Geo. H. and Mary Munson Thayer died Wednesday morning Marh 23. 1904 at
9:15 after an illness of nearl three years, aged 16 years and 4 day.
He was born in Plymouth, Ind. March 19, 888. His parents and one brother, Paul Munson Theyr survie him.
His long sufferings were patiently and bravely ourne and his boble bjristain character endeared him to all with whom
he cam in contact.
He was a communicant of St. Thomas Episcopal church and was a devout and earnest christain and greatly
enjoyed his church associations. He was thoroughly conscientious ina ll he did and has a high sense of honor and
devotion to duty.
During his long illness his thoughts centered much upon spitritual things and he passed away firn in the
christain fiath and a glorious immortality.
Rev. W. S. Howard was with him and held services Tuesday and Wednesday at his bedside.
His sorrowing parents, his grandmother and Rev. Howard were at his bedside when he passed awasy.
His loveable nature attracted many friends who with a large circle of relatives showed him many kindness of
which he was ver appreciative and which her returned in every way in his power.
The funeral will take place Friday afternoon at 3 p.m. at St Thomas EPiscopal church, Rev. W. S. Howard
Interment will be at Oak Hill Cemetery - Plymouth Tribune -- Thursday, March 24, 1904, pg. 5