From the 1885 History of Steuben County, Indiana
George Mundy (deceased) was born in New Jersey in 1817, and when a boy removed with his parents to Steuben County, N. Y. At the age of nineteen years he came with his parents to Seneca County, Ohio, where he was married to Miss Margaret Kimbel, a daughter of Francis and Catherine Kimbel, natives of New Jersey, who removed to Jefferson County, Ohio, the year of Mrs. Mundy's birth -- 1817. To Mr. and Mrs. Mundy were born four sons and one daughter, of whom the latter, Mrs. Martha J. Snowberger, is the only one living. She and her husband reside on the old homestead with her mother. The sons were -- David, who died in his sixth year; Daniel, at the age of five years; Louis, in his twenty-sixth year, and Francis in his fourteenth year. Mr. and Mrs. Mundy came to DeKalb County, Ind., in 1840, where they lived till 1844, when they came to this county and settled on the farm now owned by his family on sections 19 and 20. Mr. Mundy built the first house -- a log cabin -- on the place, which he occupied till he built the present residence in 1863, Mr. Mundy's death occurred May 28, 1882.
Submitted by Kim Davoli