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Re: Looking for the Wolfe Family

Posted: 5 Aug 2004 4:38PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 12 Sep 2004 8:23PM GMT
Surnames: Reed/Pound/Kester/Stark/French/Thomas
Hi Cathrine,

Joseph Wolfe, son of Jacob Wolfe and Mary English, Along with 17 others, left the Maria Creek Baptist church in 1830 and established the Shaker Prairie Christian Church.
Below is some of what I have on the family of Jacob and Mary. If you need more email me direct.

Ken

Descendants of Jacob Wolfe


Generation No. 1

1. JACOB2 WOLFE (JACOB SR.1) (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Cemetery List.) was born July 26, 1772 in Va. (Source: Sullivan County Indiana 175th Anniversary.), and died March 23, 1846 in Sullivan Co. In. (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.). He married (1) HANNAH VANCE (Source: Sullivan County Indiana 175th Anniversary.) Abt. 1793 (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.), daughter of SAMUEL VANCE and ANNA ?. She was born March 08, 1773 (Source: Sullivan County Indiana 175th Anniversary.). He married (2) MARY ENGLISH (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.) Bef. 1809 (Source: Included Document.). She was born March 21, 1782 (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.), and died February 13, 1869 in Sullivan Co. In. (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.).

More About JACOB WOLFE:
Burial: March 26, 1846, Haddon Twp.Sullivan Co.In.(Shepherd/Shaker Pr Cem) (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.)

More About MARY ENGLISH:
Burial: February 16, 1869, Haddon Twp.Sullivan Co.In.(Shepherd/Shaker Pr Cem) (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.)

Children of JACOB WOLFE and HANNAH VANCE are:
i. SOLOMON3 WOLFE (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.), b. January 20, 1797, Va. (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.); d. July 13, 1850, Sullivan Co. In. (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.); m. ELIZABETH ? (Source: 1870 Sullivan Co. Census.); b. 1797, Va. (Source: 1870 Sullivan Co. Census.).

Notes for SOLOMON WOLFE:
1850 Sullivan Co. Census. Hamilton Twp. Farmer. $3,500. Solomon, 53. Wife Elizabeth, 53. Children : Josiah, 29. Rosina, 24; Jemima, 20; John S., 4; Mary S., 7/12; Rhoda, 2.

More About SOLOMON WOLFE:
Burial: July 15, 1850, HaddonTwp.Sullivan Co.In.(Shepherd/Shaker Pr Cem.) (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.)

ii. BENJAMIN WOLFE (Source: History of Sullivan County -1884.), b. April 18, 1799, Va. (Source: History of Sullivan County -1884.); d. December 06, 1868, Sullivan Co. In. (Source: History of Sullivan County -1884.); m. ISABELLA SHEPHERD (Source: History of Sullivan County -1884.), March 19, 1831 (Source: History of Sullivan County -1884.); b. March 21, 1811, Sullivan Co. In. (Source: History of Sullivan County -1884.); d. January 06, 1883, Sullivan Co. In. (Source: History of Sullivan County -1884.).

Notes for BENJAMIN WOLFE:
"HISTORY OF SULLIVAN COUNTY - Closing of the First Century's History of the County, and Showing the Growth of it's People, Institutions, Industries and Wealth" Thomas J. Wolfe, Editor, The Lewis Publishing Company, New York and Chicago, 1909 pgs 78-79

Benjamin Wolfe, who died at his home on Shaker prairie, December 6, 1868, was one of the oldest citizens of the county and had been identified with official affairs while the county seat was on the bluffs of the Wabsah at Merom. He came to Sullivan county in 1819, was elected clerk of the court in 1830, was postmaster at Merom in 1831, was again elected clerk in 1837, and resigned that office when the county seat was moved to Sullivan. In 1846 he was elected to the legislature and served three terms in succession, and was also a member of the constitutional convention of 1851-1852. In 1865 he was again chosen to the legislature. He was a man of untiring energy and succeeded in accumulating a large estate.
He was born in Culpepper county, Virginia, April 18, 1799, the son of a shoemaker. his father was not a good financier, and the family being large, Benjamin assumed responsibilities beyond his years and at ten years of age was working to keep the family from poverty. He remained with his father until he was twenty-two years old, helping to support the family of fourteen children, and he had no time for attending school and could never recall when or how he learned to read. Later he attended school for a few months, and at the age of twenty-eight entered Miami University, making the trip from home on foot, and studied there two years. After leaving home he engaged in the principal line of commerce then followed, the shipping of produce in flat-boats to southern markets. For twenty years he followed this business, building his own boats and often directing them to the New Orleans markets. he was proud of the record that he had never lost a boat or cargo. when a member of the legislature he presented the first bill to charter a railroad from Evansville to Terre Haute. In 1852 he moved to Bloomington to educate his children, and while there he was postmaster three years. He married, in 1831, Isabella Shepherd. He was a member of the Chriatian church.

1850 Sullivan Co. Census. Jackson Twp. Farmer. $10,000. Benjamin, 51. Wife, Isabella, 49. Children : Thomas, 18; Jacob V., 17; Nancy, 15; William B., 13; Benjaman S., 10; Clater C., 8; Albert P., 4; Solomon T., 1.

More About BENJAMIN WOLFE:
Burial: December 09, 1868, Haddon Twp., Sullivan Co., In. (Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cem.) (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.)

Notes for ISABELLA SHEPHERD:
1870 Sullivan Co. Census. Haddon Twp. Keeping House. $13,000. $1,100. Isabelle, 57. Solomon, 21.

Jan. 12, 1883 Sullivan Democrat
- Isabelia Wolfe, relict of the late Benj. Wolfe Esq. died at her home on Shaker Prairie January 6, 1883.
She was born March 21st, 1811 in a "Block House" or fort near Carlisle and was at the time of her death, one of the oldest native—born residents of the county.
She was a member of the Christian Church from May 1st, 1838 to the time of her death, and the creed which she professed and practiced consisted in "doing good".
She was the mother of nine children, seven sons, and two daughters. All of whom she lived to see grown up to manhood and womanhood and are still living to mourn the loss of a mother.
It can truly be said of her "she hath done what she could" and will long be remembered by what she hath done.
(Feb. 1884) Benj. Wolfe Estate settled Jan. 19, 1884——bros. John and Joseph Wolfe.)

iii. VANCE WOLFE (Source: 1850 Sullivan County Census.), b. 1803, Va. (Source: 1850 Sullivan County Census.); m. (1) SYNTHA ? (Source: 1850 Sullivan County Census.); b. 1817, Oh. (Source: 1850 Sullivan County Census.); m. (2) MARY ? (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.); b. August 01, 1801 (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.); d. November 12, 1844, Sullivan Co. In. (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.).

Notes for VANCE WOLFE:
1850 SullivanCo. Census. Hamilton Twp. Farmer. $2,000. Vance, 47. Wife Syntha, 33. Children : Perry, 17; Samuel, 21; Nancy, 16; Robert, 14; Hannah, 12.

More About MARY ?:
Burial: November 13, 1844, HaddonTwp.Sullivan Co.In.(Shepherd/Shaker Pr Cem.) (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.)


Children of JACOB WOLFE and MARY ENGLISH are:
iv. JOSEPH WILLIAMS3 WOLFE (Source: Included Document.), b. 1810, Frederick Co., Va. (Source: Included Document.); d. January 18, 1888, Sullivan Co. In. (Source: Included Document.); m. (1) HARRIETT CRAWFORD (Source: Included Document.); m. (2) MARY J. MCKINLEY (Source: Included Document.), October 16, 1840, Sullivan Co. In. (Source: Included Document.); b. November 12, 1820, Sullivan Co. In. (Source: Included Document.); d. January 29, 1900, Sullivan Co. In. (Source: Center Ridge Cemetery List.).

Notes for JOSEPH WILLIAMS WOLFE:
"HISTORY OF GREENE AND SULLIVAN COUNTIES, STATE OF INDIANA, FROM THE EARLIEST TIME TO THE PRESENT; TOGETHER WITH INTERESTING BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES, REMINISCENCES, NOTES, ETC." CHICAGO: GOODSPEED BROS. & CO., PUBLISHERS. 1884.SULLIVAN CO., IN.
HADDON TWP.
PAGES 742-743

REV. JOSEPH WILLIAMS WOLFE, a pioneer preacher of Sullivan County, Ind., and one of the county's few remaining old settlers, was born in Frederick County, Va., April 19, 1810. Jacob Wolfe, his father, was a native of Germany and was twice married, his first wife being a Miss Williams, by whom he became the father of five children. Mary English, his last wife, was an Englishwoman, and the third born of their ten children was the subject of this biography. From Virginia the family removed to the Hoosier State at the early period of 1819, led thither, no doubt, for the purpose of bettering their condition, financially, in a new country. They engaged in farming, and here the father died March 28, 1846, followed by the mother February 12, 1869. Joseph W. Wolfe was reared, largely, in his adopted State, and besides aiding in such duties as was common for boys of that day, he was enabled to secure what, at that time, was an excellent education, and consisted of being able to read and write readily, and cipher over as far as the "Rule of Three." When nineteen years old he experienced Christianity, and for ten years he was identified with the Baptist Church. His faith, as a Baptist, then underwent a change, and on the 6th of May, 1839, at the Christian meeting-house on Shaker Prairie, he was ordained a minister of the Christian Church by Elders B. W. Fields, John B. Haywood and Albert P. Law, all of whom are now dead. Since that time his zeal and faith in Christianity have never wavered, and for many years he was widely known as one of the ablest and most eloquent preachers of the
day. Being a warm and outspoken Democrat in polities, he was nominated and elected to the office of Circuit Clerk in 1851, and after serving one term of four years was re-elected, serving in all eight years. Since that time, in connection with other duties, he has continuously served as Deputy Clerk, and in 1860 he was admitted to practice as an attorney of the Sullivan County bar. Though of a charitable heart and liberal turn of mind, Mr. Wolfe has been singularly successful in the acquisition of this world's goods. From nothing he has, by diligence and economy, secured a comfortable home in Sullivan, over 500 acres of good land, four first-class business houses in town, besides several desirable residences, and he is considered one of the substantial men of the place. August 80, 1832, his marriage with Mrs. Harriet (Crawford) Harper was solemnized, Mrs. Harper being the daughter of James and Katharine (Milner) Crawford, who were among the early pioneers of Haddon Township. The children born to their marriage were Lovicia, Mrs. William B. S. Combs, James M., Mary K., Mrs. George Price, Jacob L. and one that died in infancy. These children are now all dead, as is also the mother, who departed this life April 28, 1845. Mr. Wolfe married Miss Mary J. McKinley, his present wife, on the 16th of October, 1845, and together with their grand-daughter, Teressa Price, they live a quiet and retired life, happily, in the town of Sullivan.

Jan 20, 1888 Sullivan Democrat
- A Good Man Gone - After a long illness, our venereal friend, Joseph W. Wolfe, died at his home in Sullivan Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. Wolfe was born in Frederick county, Virginia April 19. 1810 and was at the time of his death 77 years and nine months old, lacking one day. He came with his father to this state when only nine years old. He became convert to Christianity when 19 years of age, and remained a member of the Baptist church for twelve years when he became identified with the Christian Church and was ordained Minister of that denomination in 1839, in which faith he continued until his death. Thirty years ago he enjoyed a reputation as one of the most able ministers of that denomination, being a ready and forcible speaker and at times eloquent. His preaching was always characterized by great earnestness.
In 1851, Mr. Wolfe was elected Clerk of the Courts of this county and re—elected in 1854, serving in all, eight years. Durinq the first half of his service the Auditor and Clerk’s offices were combined.
Mr. Wolfe was successful in his financial speculations and secured a competency. He was the leading projector of the narrow gauge railroad and its first president. The success of that enterprise, especially the scheme to vote aid to it from public funds was largely due to his efforts.
Mr. Wolfe was twice married - - his second wife (Mary J. McKinney) survives him, He was the father of five children, all of whom are dead.
The funeral will take place today at 1 o’clock. Elder W. F. Black of Illinois is expected to conduct the exercises. (probated will before Friday 17th.)
(Jan. 27, 1888 Friday) In his will he gave his real and personal property to his wife and grand—daughter, Teressa Mullane jointly. His sisters, Charlotte Padgett and Mary McKinney were to receive $100. each. J.B. Mullane-—executor.

Jan. 24, 1888 Tuesday Sullivan Democrat
- Mr. George Price came over from Marshall, Ills., to attend the funeral of Mr. Wolfe, his father-in-law.

1850 Sullivan Co. Census. Hamilton Twp. Minister. Joseph, 40. Wife Mary J., 30. Children : Levicy, 16; James M., 14; Mary C., 12; Jacob L., 10.

1860 Sullivan Co. Census. Sullivan/Hamilton Twp. Christian Minister. $20,000. $2,000. Joseph W., 50. Wife Mary J., 40. Children : Mary K., 22; Jacob D., 19.

1870 Sullivan Co. Census. Town of Sullivan. Minister Gospel. $45,000. $3,000. Joseph W., 60. Wife Mary J., 50. Grand-daughter : Tetrese Wolfe, 8.

More About JOSEPH WILLIAMS WOLFE:
Burial: January 21, 1888, Hamilton Twp., Sullivan Co., In. (Center Ridge Cem.) (Source: Included Document.)

Notes for MARY J. MCKINLEY:

Feb. 1, 1900 Thursday Sullivan Democrat
- Death of Mary J. Wolfe A Pioneer of Sullivan County Passes Away Something of her History. - Mary J. (McKinley) Wolfe was born in Sullivan county on a farm near where the "Palmer’s Prairie Meeting" house now stands, on 12th Nov. 1820. Daughter of David and Elizabeth (Russell) McKinley, early pioneers of the county, and was one of a family of nine children, only two of whom survive: Sarah A. Land and James R. McKinley. The laffer long a resident and well known in this community.
When about 18 years old she joined the Christian church at Palmer’s Prairie under ministry of Albert P. Law and was baptized by Elder Palmer, from whom the local congregation took its name.
On the 16th of Oct. 184- She was married to Jos. W. Wolfe, and went with him to his home" Shaker’s Prairie." Her husband being a widower with four small children, she at once assumed the cares and responsibilities of the household, and this was her highest ambition through out her long after-life, that she should occupy the position and reign Queen of the home. At this time, and for several years after, her husband was engaged in farming, and gave alt of his spare time to evangelistic work in western Indiana and Illinois, which kept him away from home much of his time, and left to her not only the cares of the household, but the farm as well.
In 1850 her husband having been elected Clerk of the Circuit Court, the family moved to Sullivan. This was a _____ circumstances, but. ____ her life work.
The seeds of (this paragraph omiffed, copy too faded to read.)
While those of her own household received her special care, she did not forget to entertain strangers, especially those who, with her husband, were engaged in the ministry. So common was this that her house was known as the "Preacher’s Home."
Many of the pioneers, such as Law, Fields, Combs, Trimble, Goodman and others of lesser or greater note were entertained by her. Alexander Campbell, witnessing the anxiety she manifested in entertaining him, gently chided her by proposing to change her name from Mary to Martha because she was "cumbered a wont with much serving."
Her husband, who had more than a state reputation as one of the pioneer preacher for "the restoration", died in January, 1887, since which time the deceased made her home with her grand-daughter, Mrs. J. B. Mullane, and "the bread she had cast upon the water" she was permiffed to gather up after many days, for the one over whom she had watched and who she had cared for in infancy now cared for her in old age and in second childhood.
Thus a life of almost four score years of loving service; over half a century in her Master’s vineyard, the body worn out, the mind living only in the past; the memory only bringing her again the scenes of her childhood, was brought to a close at 1 o’clock, p.m., Monday January 29th.
The funeral services occurred Wednesday afternoon at 1:30, conducted by Elder Yocum of the Christian church. Interred Center Ridge cemetery.



More About MARY J. MCKINLEY:
Burial: January 31, 1900, Hamilton Twp., Sullivan Co., In. (Center Ridge Cem.) (Source: Center Ridge Cemetery List.)

v. URIAH WOLFE (Source: History of Sullivan County - 1909.), b. May 24, 1817, Va. (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.); d. October 29, 1894, Sullivan Co. In. (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.); m. (1) ELIZA GARRETT (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.), March 26, 1840, Sullivan Co. In. (Source: Included Document.); b. July 11, 1821 (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.); d. August 24, 1841, Sullivan Co. In. (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.); m. (2) NANCY JANE MCKINLEY (Source: Supplemental Sullivan Co. Marriage Applications.), October 18, 1843, Sullivan Co. In. (Source: Included Document.); b. November 12, 1820, Ky. (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.); d. October 08, 1899, Sullivan Co. In. (Source: Included Document.).

Notes for URIAH WOLFE:
1850 Sullivan Co. Census. Haddon Twp. Farmer. $500. Uriah, 33. Wife Nancy, 26. Joseph A., 9; John W., 2.

1860 Sullivan Co. Census. Haddon Twp. Farmer. $3,200. $1,500. Uriah, 44. Wife Nancy J., 40. Children, : Joseph A., 19, John W., 13; George T., 8.

1870 Sullivan Co. Census. Haddon Twp. Farmer. $7,000. $1,950. Uriah, 53. Wife Nancy, 49. Children : John, 21; George, 18.

Oct. 30, 1894 Tues, Sullivan Democrat
- Uriah Wolfe, a well known resident of this county, who has long lived on Shaker Prairie, died yesterday and will be buried today. Services by Rev. Gorrell.

Dec. 7, 1894 Friday Sullivan Democrat
-Death of Uriah Wolfe.- With an aching heart I record the departure of another pioneer, Uriah Wolfe, who was born in Frederick county, Va. May 24, 1817. On the 3rd day of April 1819, he left virginia and moved to Sullivan County, Indiana, arriving at his Western home May 1, 1819, being not quite two years of age, where he lived until his death which occurred Oct. 29, 1894 being 77 years 5 months and 5 days old at the time of his death.
In a few years after he came to Sullivan County he learned that he was by no means the only Wolfe that had emigrated to this county, for at that time Sullivan county was but sparsely settled; the howling of wolves was heard more than the sound of the Gospel, and far more numerous than the school houses, were the wigwams of the Red Men.
Here among the savages, human and inhuman, he grew up toiling daily in forest or field. Not having any advantage of obtaining an education — he never attended school until he was about 12 years of age - hence, his education was very limited, but by diligent improvement of his time he learned how to read from the spelling book and afterwards to write and cipher. But unlike many young men did not confine himself within the narrow bounds of man’s wisdom, but diligently inquired after that wisdom which cometh from above. He soon found and appreciated the great truth too often overlooked by the young, that "The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, and to depart from evil is understanding."
On May 7, 1838, he was immersed by Rev. Morris R. Trimble in a bayou where the road is located leading to Shaker’s Town. He united the same day with the church at Shaker’s Prairie which was organized in 1833, he lived a faithful and devoted member until the day of his death. He died with his armor on and will be held in sacred remembrance by all who knew him on account of his Christian character of many years.
His wife has lost a precious husband, his children a kind and loving father, his neighbors an amiable and good citizen, and the church one of its best and faithful workers and teachers.
On March 26, 1840 he married Eliza Garrett, to them was born one son, Joseph A., who is still living. The mother of Joseph dying August 24, 1841. On Oct. 18th, 1843 he was married to Nancy J. McKinley and to this union were born two sons, John W. and Geo. F. both living. He lived with his present wife 52 years, on the farm where he died.
Bro. Gorrell, of Sullivan, preached a grand, impressive and appropriate sermon to a very large audience of disciples, relatives and friends, all of whom were mourners, but not without hope. His remains were followed by the largest funeral procession witnessed for years to the city of the dead to await the resurrection





More About URIAH WOLFE:
Burial: October 30, 1894, Haddon Twp., Sullivan Co., In. (Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cem.) (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.)

More About ELIZA GARRETT:
Burial: August 27, 1841, Haddon Twp., Sullivan Co., In. (Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cem.) (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.)

Notes for NANCY JANE MCKINLEY:
Oct. 12, 1899 Thursday Sullivan Democrat
- An Old Resident of the County Died Last Sunday -- Mrs. Nancy Jane Wolfe died last Sunday morning at the residence of her son, George Wolfe, on Shaker Prairie. Her death was caused by general debility after an illness of several days. She was born in Sullivan County, November 12, 1820, being 79 years and 26 days of age at the time of her death. She was married to Uriah Wolfe in 1842, two sons being born to this union. John W. Wolfe of this city, and Geo. Wolfe of Shaker Prairie, both of whom survive her. Her husband died 5 years ago.
She was a sister to J. R. McKinley and Aunt Polly Wolfe, of this city, and Sarah J. Land of Carlisle. Mrs. Wolfe had been a devoted and consistent member of the Christian Church for 60 years. The funeral was held at Shaker Prairie Christian Church Monday afternoon conducted by Elder Cox, of Carlisle. Burial in the Shepherd graveyard.

More About NANCY JANE MCKINLEY:
Burial: October 09, 1899, Haddon Twp., Sullivan Co., In. (Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cem.) (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.)

vi. CHARLOTTE WOLFE (Source: 1850 Sullivan County Census.), b. 1818, In. (Source: 1850 Sullivan County Census.); d. February 24, 1907, Sullivan Co. In. (Source: Index to Death Records Sullivan County 1882-1920 Inclusive.); m. JONATHAN PADGETT (Source: 1850 Sullivan County Census.); b. 1815, Ky. (Source: 1850 Sullivan County Census.).

Notes for JONATHAN PADGETT:
1850 Sullivan Co. Census. Haddon Twp. Farmer. $100. Jonathan, 35. Wife Charlot, 32. Children : Eli, 16; Caleb, 14; Jacob, 12; Theopjilus, 10.

vii. JACOB E. WOLFE (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Cemetery List.), b. August 09, 1819, In. (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Cemetery List.); d. June 25, 1866, Sullivan Co. In. (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Cemetery List.); m. (1) HANNAH ? (Source: 1850 Sullivan County Census.); b. April 25, 1816, Oh. (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Cemetery List.); d. February 07, 1857, Sullivan Co. In. (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Cemetery List.); m. (2) CAROLINE ?; b. August 07, 1820 (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.); d. October 28, 1844, Sullivan Co. In. (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.).

Notes for JACOB E. WOLFE:
1850 Sullivan Co. Census. Haddon Twp. Farmer. $500. Jacob, 29. Wife Hannah, 31. Children : Sarah J., 7; Nancy A., 1.

More About JACOB E. WOLFE:
Burial: June 28, 1866, Haddon Twp., Sullivan Co., In. (Shepherd/Shaker Cem.) (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Cemetery List.)

More About HANNAH ?:
Burial: February 10, 1857, Haddon Twp., Sullivan Co., In. (Shepherd/Shaker Cem.) (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Cemetery List.)

More About CAROLINE ?:
Burial: October 31, 1844, Haddon Twp.Sullivan Co.In.(Shepherd/Shaker Pr Cem) (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.)

viii. GEORGE F. WOLFE (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.), b. February 04, 1822 (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.); d. February 01, 1850, Sullivan Co. In. (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.).

More About GEORGE F. WOLFE:
Burial: February 04, 1850, Haddon Twp.Sullivan Co.In.(Shepherd/Shaker Pr Cem) (Source: Shepherd/Shaker Prairie Cemetery List.)


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