I am related through Linda S (Linnie L) Baker, 2nd wife to George B Glover, my GG Grandfather, and have been looking for the same things you appear to be looking for both in this and in other messages related to this family. If you have found any answers, or know who Sarah A Simonton's parents were, would you please let me know?
As for the 1850 Census, I have found the following:
District No 52 in the County of Huntington, State of Indiana, enumerated by me on the 6th day of Sept, 1850. Samuel Mahon, Ass't Marshall.
Dwelling 611, Family 611 [line numbers clipped off paper/image]
x - Jacob K [tho could be read as "R" if not careful, I guess] Baker, 31, m, [blank/white], Farmer, Value of Real Estate Owned: 400 [or 4000 - last "0" looks erased or smeared], Born in Indiana
x+1 - Sarah A ", 22, f, Born in Ohio
x+2 - Sarah E ", 1, f, Born in Ohio [???]
x+3 - Sarah", 57, f, Born in Maryland
I am currently assuming that Sarah (57) is Jacob's mother, since she has the Baker last name.
As for other information:
In 1900, Sarah Baker (mother-in-law, w, f, Sept 1827, 72, widow, gave birth to 10 children, 6 still living, Born in Indiana [sic], parents both born in PA), was living in the living in George B. Glover Household, Unknown Townships, Blackford County, IN (Ancestry image # 17, Harrison Township, District 18)
and in 1910, Sarah Baker (mother-in-law - "x-O.T." just over relationship, F, W, 82, wd, mother of 6 [sic] children, 5 still living, Born in Indiana [sic], both parents born in Indiana [sic]) was living in the George Glover household (Minnie [sic-s/b Linnie] listed as wife), All Townships, Blackford County, IN (Ancestry image #26, Harrison Township, District 2)
When did she marry a Smith? or Bole?
This also explains why her funeral services were held in the Glover residence. (Linnie was George's wife). BTW: Earl, George and Linnie's son (and my line), was in Peru in 1920, where he was a minister of the gospel. He was ordained in 1923. I wonder if he performed at least some of the services for Sarah's funeral?
I hope this fills in a few blanks. (BTW: I have a low-resolution scan of a polaroid picture of George B and Linnie Glover's gravestone, if you are interested.)