This may be redundant to you, but I have George Coble born March 12,1812 in Susquehannah County, Pennsylvania. He died Feb 12 1877. Married Mary Ann McKahan. 8 children: Margaret, Amanda, George, Angeline, Mary, Elizabeth, Susanna, and Samuel.
I'm not good a citing things, but I have this transcribed newspaper article about Samuel Coble that contains information on George:
COBLE, Samuel, farmer and stock raiser, Rosedale, was born in Carroll County, Ohio July 15, 1838, and here lived with his parents until their removal to Parke County, in April 1850.Upon reaching Indianapolis Mr. Coble's father was compelled to walk to Raccoon Township. To obtain a team to haul their goods.He was accompanied by young Samuel, which is still reckoned as his first great walk.His father, George Coble, came to Parke as above stated and settled in Florida Section 21, and after renting one year moved to Raccoon.He was born In Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania March 12, 1812, and here lived until his 17th year which marks the time of his removal to Carroll Ohiowhich journey was made on foot.He soon hired out by the month and in 1846 went to Missouri.Staying one year, he returned to Ohio.Married in Ohio in the spring of 1837, to Miss Mary A. McKahan, who died August 7, 1871.His father died February 15, 1877.They were both members of the Christian Church.When 19 Mr. Coble learned the blacksmith trade at New Discovery.The summer following was spent at home, and then hired to B. W. NEWTON.In the spring of 1860 he commenced work for Barnett LEWIS, and continued here until he enlisted in the army and after his return another year.He then rented the Hector SMITH farm for 7 years, one year of which was in partnership with B. R. CALFEE.In December 1871, he purchased 120 acres on Section21 and moved to his present home December23, 1873.His farm contains 226 acres.August 14, 1862 he enlisted in Company G 85th Indiana Infantry and was mustered out June 29, 1865.His first principal engagement was at Spring Hill where he was captured March 5, 1863 and then to Libby prison where he was compelled to remain 9 days.He was then paroled and finally reached Indianapolis from which place they were again sent to the field June 9.He was also in the engagements at Buzzard Roost, Golgotha, New Hope Church, Resaca, Dallas Woods, Peach Tree Creek, Atlanta and others.Mr. Coble kept a diary from the beginning to the close of his military service and to read his notes written in Libby prison of raw meat, salt soup, spoiled beef and lack of water, is to read something full of interest of no ordinary character.August 18, 1867 he was married to Caroline MARK, whose father's name was Thomas Mark, who died January 1, 1863.Her mother, Eliza GIBSON Mark died May 13, 1853.Mrs. Coble was born June 13, 1851.Mr. Coble is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church; his wife of the Christian.He is a firm republican.