Almost certainly we are related.But your George does not show up in the Fees/Fies/Feese database.The tools are available to find almost everyone born in the US ca 1900.George's father is probably in the database and from there we can take you back 150 or so years.
After checking my printout of the database, I looked in the Social Security Death Index and got 5 hits on George Feese.The most promising is: GEORGE FEESE SSN 405-24-8122 Residence:42718Campbellsville, Taylor, KY Born 28 Sep 1895Died Mar 1976 Issued: KY (Before 1951)
Did your George die in 1976? Why do you think he was from Adair Co, KY?
If you have access to the 1900 census and soundex, you can probably learn the names of his parents and maybe some siblings, assuming that George was born prior to the visit by the census taker.If not you will have to find him in the 1910-1930 censuses (which should be done anyway.)
I suggest that you join the Fies/Fees email list and also visit the Fies/Fees Family History Research Site http://www.Fies-Fees.org/http://www.Fies-Fees.org/On this website you can click on the email list box and learn about the list.Also click on the "surname" box and you will find three Fees family trees.Although all three can be linked together our lines are in the middle one by Thelma Jean (Fees) Ray.
Briefly this is what we know about the family.The Fies/Fees/Feese immigrated from Switzerland to Pennsylvania in the early to mid-1700s.Most of the Pennsylvania records that we have found from the 1700s seem to be in Lutheran or Reformed churches.Around 1800 our branch left Pennsylvania and appear shortly thereafter in North Carolina.At this point they are members of the Brethren, also called Dunkards, Church.In the second decade of the 19th century the group splits with some moving to Ohio (my line) and some going to the Greene/Adair Co, KY, area.Later, of course, representatives of both groups move further west, and can be found in Iowa and elsewhere.
The Pennsylvania contingent of the Fies/Fees are actively searching the Pennsylvania records and willingly share the results with the list.The latest email this morning refers to the possible Revolutionary War service of our ancestor.
Can you tell me anything more about George and Elsie and their children and grandchildren?