George F. Frybarger
- Born: 25 Mar 1810, Haines Township, Center County, Pennsylvania
- Died: 16 Sep 1895, Waddams Grove, Stephenson County, Illinois at age 85
- Buried: Saint James Cemetery, Stephenson County, Illinois
Noted events in his life were:
• Obituary: Freeport Weekly Democrat, 27 Sep 1895, Freeport, Stephenson County, Ilinois. George Fryberger, a Pioneer of Waddams, Is No More. From Tuesday's Daily.
The death of George Fryberger, of Waddams, removed from earth a pioneer of this section who was very highly respected. The deceased lived in Waddams township very many years, and was 85 years, five months, and six days old when he expired.
Born in 1810 in Berks county, PA, he passed his early life there, coming to this section at a time that many people from his state were taking up western homes. He raised a large family, and the widow and other relatives are called upon to mourn the loss of one who was always very kind to them.
There was a large assemblage of friends at the funeral. Rev. W. W. Boggees speaking words of comfort to the afflicted. The interment was in the St. James Cemetery.
Also in the Buena Vista News on Page 5.
George Fryberger is dead. He died after an illness of only three days. He has the honor of being one of the oldest settlers of this section, for he died at the respectful age of 85 years, five months, and six days.
He was born in Berks county, Penn, in the year 1810. The remains were interred at the St. James cemetery, Rev. Mr. Boggess officiating. He leaves to mourn his loss a large family. Mrs. Fryberger has the sympathy of the community in her bereavement.
From George's brothers memorial:
Daniel, Jr. was born December 2, 1816, in Pennsylvania, being one of five children of Daniel and Catharine Cramer Frybarger. He came to Ohio May 25, 1826, with his parents who, with the Beelers and Garvers, formed quite a colony a few miles below this city (Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio).
(George's sister Mary married a John Bealer).