This person is found in the 1860 Izard Co., AR Census in the Amanda Wolf Tinnin household. She and her husband Azariah took him when his mother and father both died in 1852. Amanda Tinnin was a sister to his father, William M. Wolf. He had a very storied CSA record. He participated in several terrible battles. The Adams Lodge records show that a James M. Wolf petitioned the Lodge April 13, 1867 and he would have barely been 21 and of age to do that. The Marriage Book shows him as J.P. and performing a marriage in 1873-74. He did not marry and is found living with his brother G.W. Wolf in Texas for the 1880 census. the Tinnin family that he had lived with was also in TX after the Civil War.