George Lazarus (1809-1897)   See mention in the 1850 census here and 1880 census here.
Martin Lazarus arrived in Philadelphia from Germany on November 30,1750 and shortly after married Christina Reichard (also recently from Germany.) They located in Northampton PA, where their son Frederick Lazarus was born in 1770.

Frederick Lazarus (1770-1850) married Christina Hartzell in Northampton, PA in 1797. They had nine children: Peter (1797-1884), Sarah (1799-1881), Joseph (1800-1890), John (1804-1887), Christina (1807-1843), George (1809-1897), Mary (1814-1903), Ann (1814-1897), Elizabeth (1817-1892). Frederick Lazarus died on Aug 17,1850 in Deerfield Twp, Portgage Co.,OH.

Conrad Hartzell arrived in Philadelphia from Germany on December 6,1738. He settles in Northampton County, PA where his son George Henry Hartzell (1739-1813) was born on May 1, 1739.  On February 28,1764 he marries Christina Naulin (1747-1823.) There daughter Christina is born on 1775 and in 1807 the family moves to Mahoning County, Ohio.
Frederick Lazarus and Christina Hartzell marry in 1795 and their son George Lazarus is born in North Benton, Ohio on February 12, 1809. He operated a grist mill and was a mail carrier. He married Jane Craig on November 10, 1831 and their daughter Alma Lazarus was born on September 14, 1834.

They had two other children, Anna and Daniel (7/4/1839.) see pictures of  Mary Lazarus  and Daniel Lazarus

from the internet
  • Name: George Lazarus
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 12 FEB 1809 in Deerfield Township, Portage County, Ohio 
  • Occupation: 1880 Farmer
  • Residence: 1880 North Benton, Mahoning County, Ohio
  • Death: 08 FEB 1897 in Deerfield, Ohio (North Benton Cemetery) 
  • Note:
    Had 1 sons and 2 daughters
    The Alliance Review, Alliance Ohio, Tuesday 7 Feb 1897
    Obituary via Susan McMahan

    George Lazarus, one of the oldest residents of North Benton, died very suddenly at 9 o'clock Monday morning. He was seated in a chair and was about to put on a heavy pair of shoes, preparatory to making a trip to the grocery near his home, when his daughter noticed something wrong with him, and rushing to her father's side, found him dead.

    Deceased would have been 88 years old next Friday. He was widely known and highly respected. He conducted the mill north of Benton for many years, but owing to extreme age, gave this up some time ago and the enterprise is now the property of Daniel Lazarus, his only son.

    For about two years he was afflicted with heart failure and this was evidently the cause of his death. He has been constantly on his feet, being unusually hearty for one of his age. He was a Presbyterian. Three children are left, Mrs. Levi Miller living northeast of this city, Miss Anna Lazarus who lived with her father and Daniel Lazarus, proprietor of the Lazarus mills. The mother died some years since. One sister lives in Massachusetts.