George WERNER was born in 1836 in Ohio, the son of Daniel Werner (1810-1892) and Sarah Wertenberger (1812-1885), who married in 1832 in Stark County, Ohio, and had eleven children. On 6 October 1859, in Stark, Ohio, George Werner married Sarah Frances Smith (1840 PA-14 Oct. 1900). They had fourteen children, including possibly up to three sets of twins. George died on 5 January 1919 in Ohio.  NOTE: this family tree collection contains many sourced records for his children.
George Werner, 21, and Miss Sarah Smith, 18, were married on 6 October 1859 in Stark County, Ohio. William Miller, minister of the Gospel, officiated. 
In 1860, the Werners lived in Nimishillen Township, Stark County, Ohio. The nearest post office was in Harritown. The family included
George Werner, 22, born in Ohio, a farmer
Sarah Werner, 20, b. Pennsylvania
Lucy F Werner, an infant, 3 months old, b. Pennsylvania 
In 1870, the Werner family lived in Marlboro, Stark, Ohio. The family included
George Werner, 31, born in Ohio, a farmer, with $1200 in real estate and $612 in personal estate
In 1900, the Werner family lived in a rented house in Marlboro Township, Stark, Ohio. All members of the household could read and write.
George Werner, 63, born in Aug. 1837 in Ohio, a farmer, married forty years
Sarah F Werner Wife, 60, b. April 1840, Pennsylvania, had had eight children, five of whom were living
Blaine Werner Son, 22, b. Ohio, a mechanic/watch maker
Elta A Werner Daughter,15, b. Ohio, in school
Living nearby were two other Werner families:
William Werner, 54, wife Laura, and two children
Benjamin Werner, 81, a widower; and daughter Susan, 42 
In 1910, George Werner, 72, lived in Marlboro, Stark, Ohio. He was a widowed farmer. He could read and write. His parents were born in Pennsylvania. 
George Werner, 82, died of heart failure and pulmonary congestion, complicated by old age, in Stark County, Ohio on 5 June 1919. He was widowed, and had worked as a farmer. Werner was born in Nimishillen Township, Ohio, on 26 August 1836, the son of Daniel Werner (b. Stark, Ohio) and Susan Wertenberger (b. Ohio). The informant to his death was (his son) Irwin Werner, of Louisville, Ohio. 
George Werner, 26 August 1836 - 5 January 1919 (82) is buried at Werner Chapel Cemetery, Middlebranch, Ohio. Among family buried there are his
wife, Sarah Frances (Smith)
father, Daniel, and his parents, Henry Werner and Susanna (Shaffer)
mother, Salome Sarah (Wertenberger), and her parents, Samuel M. Wertenberger and Susanna Rank
four siblings, Henry, Daniel, Nancy, and Benjamin
and other family  Note: there are 53 Werners interred at this cemetery.
Family name is WERNER, as seen on their grave markers, and most documents.
George Werner’s mother’s name is in question. Familysearch, FindAGrave, and George’s death certificate all show her as Salome Sarah Wertenberger (1813-1884).
Familysearch shows her parents as John George Wertenberger (1762-1843)
and Mary Elizabeth Harter (1767-1832).
FindAGrave shows her parents as Samuel M. Wertenberger (1786-1828) and Susanna Rank (1790-1865)
None of that matches Wikitree data. Can you help unravel this mess?
I suppose that George’s mother may have married first SHERMAN, then married WERNER.
↑ "United States Census, 1880," database with images, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M8ST-5XN : 14 January 2022), George Werner, Marlboro, Stark, Ohio, United States; citing enumeration district , sheet , NARA microfilm publication T9 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.), FHL microfilm .
↑ "United States Census, 1910," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MLD7-FBC : accessed 25 January 2022), George Werner, Marlboro, Stark, Ohio, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) ED 210, sheet 5B, family 109, NARA microfilm publication T624 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1982), roll 1232; FHL microfilm 1,375,245.