Thanks for responding. What I have is largely circumstantial. I had found a genealogy chart listing Margaret and her father Albright George in the Morgan County, Ohio section of Columbus, Ohio Metropolitan Library. Going to familysearch.com I found their listing of Albright and Caty's children, to include a Michael.
1820 Morgan County, Ohio census shows on the same page a Michael George and what is indexed incorrectly as Michael Senior(I believe it's an abbreviation for Second). Certainly that individual is younger then the other one. Just as interesting to me was that I found on that same census page Margaret Longstreth, Michael George's oldest sister, listed as a head of household and a Robert Rose, also. Rose was the father of Catherine Rose who was the first wife of my second great grandfather Isaac George. Isaac and Catherine were married in 1833 in Morgan County and they appear in 1840 census in neighboring Perry County's Monroe Twp. The assumption is that Isaac is the child of Michael or Michael the second. Based on the categories listed on that census, he could belong to either. The older Michael disappeared by 1830 and the younger by 1840. John George is still in either York or Bloom Twp at this time. Paul or Powell, if the same person, is in York Twp one census & neighboring Muskingham County the next. Joseph George is in Perry County near Isaac. I assume he's Isaac's brother and the others are either brothers or uncles.
By 1850 Isaac is in Vinton County's Jackson Twp where he'd remain. I haven't had time to examine the movements of other Georges during this later time for any speculation of family ties.
Obviously this isn't real scientific, but I'm hoping to put enough together for something to spark with someone sometime.
Any information, thoughts, feedback, suggestions... are appreciated. Thanks, Mike Beckley at firstname.lastname@example.org