I am not related but here is some Marshall County information on Beylers.
Bremen Cemetery records - hand typed, probably from the 1970's found at the library in Plymouth, In.
Louisa - dau. of A. & E. Beyler - Jan 16, 1870 - age 18 years 28 days Ida - dau. of A. & E. Beyler - Mar 10, 1870 - age ??? Henry - ??
Samuel - son of P. & C. Beyler - Oct 29, 1862 - age 29 yrs
Infant son of JJ & M Beyler - Nov 3, 1870 - age 21 days
Elizabeth - dau. of G. & R. Beyler - Nov 15, 1844 - age 4 yrs
Henry Beyler - Oct 16, 1865 - age 21 yrs 4 days
Malinda, wife of Peter Beyler and dau of C & D Zimmer died Aug 7, 1884 - age 22 yrs 4 months 23 days (The above is in a Zimmer plot right next to a Beyler plot listed below.)
Peter Beyler - died July 18, 1899 - age 85 yrs Catherine his wife - died June 1, 1890 - age 85 yrs (not sure Catherine's information was transcribed correctly when the cemetery was read) Catherine Beyler - died July 30, 1916 - age 66 yrs 8 months 20 days
Jacob Beyler 1821-1912 Anna E. Beyler 1826-1911 Alice Beyler - July 26, 1869 - Nov 19, 1873 Mary Beyler - Aug 25, 1853 - June 24, 1905
Rebecca Beyler - died Dec 13, 18 ??(the year is blurred) - age 77 yrs 2 months 25 days Flora Beyler - died Feb 10, 1879 - age 6 yrs 6 months 14 days Cora Beyler - died Feb 21, 1878 - age 3 yrs 10 days
Moses Beyler - died Sept 12, 1895 - age 36 yrs 8 months 2 days
Peter Beyler1849-1902 W. Melvin Beyler 1886-1910
Adam Beyler - died Nov 18, 1887 - age 62 yrs 7 months 3 days Elizabeth Beyler - died Nov 13, 1905 - age 80 yrs 13 days
Margaret Heim1823-1909 _____________________________________________________
George Beyler was involved in plotting out Bremen in 1851 and his name appears in many land records as Grantor spelled George Beiler.
Jacob Beyler and wife are the Grantor in two early land records.The Grantee in the first one is Peter Beyler dated April 11, 1846.The Grantee in the second one is Adam Beyler dated December 11, 1847.
Peter Beyler is listed as the Grantor on a piece of land on November 19, 1849.The Grantee was Trustee Evangical Soc. for Church site. ______________________________________________________
Peter Beyler may be of some interest.There is an obituary for Daniel Ringle in the Bremen Enquirer that states:"In the fall of 1835 the deceased, in company with Peter Beyler set out for the wild west from Stark county, Ohio."
A household headed by Peter BOILER is listed in the 1840 census of Marshall County, IN.One male in the 20-30 yr age range and one female in the 15-20 yr age range.
There is also a household headed by George BOILER in the Marshall County 1840 census.One male in the 20-30 yr age range and one female in the 20-30 yr age range.
Have you looked into the George Bayler in Stark Co., Ohio 1840 census - Osnaburg Township? Males: 50-60 yrs: 1 15-20 yrs: 1 10-15 yrs: 1 5-10 yrs:1
There is also a George Beyler in "The Alsace Emigration Book." Vol. 1. Apollo, PA: Closson Press, 1989. 277p. Page: 19-Date of emigration @1828 with a family of 9. _______________________________________________________
The Peter Beyler who passed away in 1899 at the age of 85 and is buried in the Bremen Cemetery has an obituary in the "Argos Reflector".I will be in the genealogy library at the county museum later this week and will see if I can get a copy.
I'll also see if they have anything on the death of George Beyler.Information I ran across indicates his birth as Dec 10, 1812 in Germany and death as November 1881 or 1882.If George died in 1882 before Adam did in 1887, then the two surviving brothers mentioned in Adam's obit would be Jacob and possibly Peter?