|Death: ||Nov. 20, 1870|
Son of George Washington Wolf & Malinda McFelch Wolf.
He had a distinguished CSA war record. He was wounded more than once. After the war he was Justice of the Peace in the area and his name appears on marriage records during the time frame of his adult life. He remained in AR when his parents and other siblings went to Texas with the Adams Wagon Train in about 1867. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge.
One of his sisters, Sarah Jane Wolf Wallis, did remain in the Mountain Home area for a while after her parents went to Texas but she, her husband all of her children did, late move to Milam Co., Texas.
Attached are two pictures of a rock marking a grave at the Wolf Cemetery. By close examination, it becomes clear that person's name was Jacob Wolf and that he died Nov. 20 or possibly 26. There is also a Masonic emblem scratched above the name. Unfortunately nothing else can be deciphered.
(Photo courtesy of Vera Reeves)
George Washington Wolf (1813 - 1870)
Melinda McFelch Wolf (1816 - 1899)
Sarah Jane Wolf Wallis (1835 - 1906)*
Jacob M. Wolf (1838 - 1870)
Asa Michael Wolf (1840 - 1906)*
Annie Judson Wolf Riley (1849 - 1929)*
Kate Tinan Wolf Sapp (1858 - 1947)*
Maintained by: Dorothy Boynton
Originally Created by: Max
Record added: Mar 22, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 50040345
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