George Alfred Endly was the youngest child of Jacob Endly and Mary Rabe Endly.  He was born in March 1831. He was married first to Narcissa Abigail Wilson (14 Jan 1857) and they had three children: Alice M. Endly, Mary Narcissa Endly, and George Alfred Endly, Jr.  Narcissa died in 1859.  George married Mary Jane McCurdy 21 Oct 1873 and they had one son William McCurdy Endly, born 02 Aug 1876 who died at 2 years old 02 Dec 1878.

I have a few little tidbits about George Endly Sr.:

Volume 21
Ohio Banking Institutions, 1803 to 1866. p 319
Washington- The Guernsey Branch of the State Bank of Ohio. John McCurdy, President, and George A. Endly, Cashier.

From “Chase City” By John Caknipe, Jr., John Caknipe Jr.
[George Endly] purchased Shadow Lawn from the Richard Puryear Estate in 1868. Sold it to Mecklenburg Mineral Springs Corporation in 1900. “Endly died July 8, 1912.”

Following Endly, his brotherinlaw, John E. Boyd [husband of Elizabeth Ann Endly] arrived in Christianville in 1869 and built a home, Oak Lawn

and this bit for which I apologize for not having copied down the source:

During the reconstruction of the South following the Civil War, a man by the name of George A. Endly left his home in Pennsylvania, and purchased approximately 1,300 acres of land surrounding the village of Christiansville in the north-western section of Mecklenburg County. He came to the area with one purpose in mind: to turn the small village into a well-constructed modern town. By 1872, Endly began working with a surveyor to map out the streets and alleys, and form a structured business district.
Along with his partner, John E. Boyd, Endly worked hard to invite people from all over the country to come and live in the new town, and come they did. In 1873, the village of Christiansville officially became known as the town of Chase City. Endly named the new town after the Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, Samuel Portland Chase, a man well known in his time for honesty and integrity.

George Alfred Endly, Sr. died 08 Jul 1912 in Chase City, Mecklenberg County, Virginia and is buried in the Woodland Cemetery there. His Find A Grave # is 116998962. There is a picture of him on that page.