Lake Maxinkuckee Its Intrigue History & Genealogy Culver, Marshall, Indiana

Wolf family - Wolf's Island

The old family home of the Wolf's in Culver was at the lake-side, very close to the water on what used to be known Wolf island. The "island" which today is an island no longer, as at the east end of Mill Street. The grove there used to be frequently the scene of picnics. This area became known as Willow Point

The Burkett - Wolf/Wolfe - Work- Chadwick connection is found to be:

Daniel C Burkett / Burkhardt
Susanna Mull
Henry Burkett Catharine Houts / Houtz 2
Margaret Rebecca Burkett
Gideon Wolf
Levi Burkett
Agnes Overmyer
KATHERINE “Kate” A / Catharine Wolfe
Edwin R Edwards
Brother to Julia A. / Julian Edwards Works>
Catherine Burkett
Stephen S Chadwick

Gideon Wolfe Birth: 13 Feb 1824 - Pennsylvannia Death: 11 Feb 1885 Fulton, Indiana, Burial: Rochester IOOF Cemetery Rochester Fulton County Indiana age 60y-11m-28d Parents: John Wolfe & Catherine Strubhar or Struphar
    Gideon Wolfe died last night after a short illness of one week, of lung fever and inflammation of the bowels. br>
    He will be taken to Rochester Saturday for burial, Maxinkuckee Lodge I.O.O.F. having charge of the funeral ceremonies. - Saturday, February 14, 1885 Plymouth Democrat
married 1st about 1844 Lucy Ann [-?-] Birth 26 Sep 1824 Death 18 Aug 1848 Sandusky County, Ohio Burial Hessville Cemetery Hessville, Sandusky County, Ohio

Children of Gideon and Lucy ANn
    Hiram F. Wolfe Birth: Feb. 9, 1845 Ohio, Death: Aug. 10, 1873 Grand Rapids Kent County Michigan Burial: Rochester IOOF Cemetery Rochester Fulton County Indiana married 22 Oct 1863 Marshall county, Indiana Amanda McCumber
      Hiram Fernando 'H. F.' WOLF, son of GIDEON and LUCY ANN WOLF, died at Grand Rapids, Mich., on the 17th, and was buried at this place on Tuesday last. His age was 28 years, six months and eight days.

    Nathaniel 'Nathan' Wolfe Birth: Jul. 18, 1846 Ohio, Death: Oct. 18, 1865 Burial: Rochester IOOF Cemetery Rochester Fulton County Indiana Inscription: Son of G. & L. Wolfe died Oct. 18, 1865. Aged 19Y's. 3M's.

One Township's Yesterdays Chapter XXIX
    From Ohio also came MARGARET BURKETT WOLF, who was not exactly of the immediate family of HENRY BURKETT, the Burr Oak settler, but who was closely related. MARGARET BURKETT, the wife of GIDEON Wolf, was born in Perry County, Ohio, October 5, 1827. She was married in 1849, and she and her husband established their home, at the first, in Sandusky, Ohio. In this home were born three of their children.

    They removed to Rochester, Indiana, from Sandusky in 1853, and resided there nearly two years. Subsequently, they came to the vicinity of Leiters Ford to live. This was the old homestead and in it were born the majority of their children.

    GIDEON WOLF was a veterinarian. He passed away, February 11, 1885, on the sixty-first anniversary of his birth. His wife survived him eighteen years. Her death occurred May 23, 1903, at which time she was seventy-five.

2nd married 25 Feb. 1849 Sandusky county, Ohio, Margaret Rebecca Burkett Birth 5 Oct 1827 in Perry County, Ohio Death 28 May 1903 in Culver, Marshall, Indiana Buried Rochester IOOF Cemetery Rochester Fulton County Indiana daughter of Daniel Burkett & Susannah Mull

GIDEON and MARGARET WOLF were the parents of nine children here named in the order of birth:
    2 DELILAH ELLEN WOLF b 1849 in Sandusky county, Ohio Death 6 Jul 1910 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, married 13 Nov 1871 Plymouth Marshall county, Indiana George Sanford Fletcher BIRTH 1 JAN 1844 • Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana DEATH 29 JAN 1928 Brooks, Newaygo, Michigan,- divorced; married 2nd 1892 Harry/Harold Phillips Birth Jun 1862 Pennsylvania,

    3 KATHERINE Kate A WOLF b 20 Feb 1850 in Ohio; living in Culver (1939)death Nov. 9 1939 probably Los Angeles, county California married 25 Jan 1875 in Marshall County Indiana Edwin R (Edward R) EDWARDS BIRTH 15 Feb 1842 DEATH 11 Jan 1882 BURIAL Oak Hill Cemetery Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana Edward was a sister to Julia A. (Edwards) Works

    4 DANIEL W WOLF b 30 Apr 1852 Sandusky County Ohioi or Rochester, Fulton, Indiana Death: 31 March 1923 Culver Marshall County Indiana Buried Oak Hill Cemetery Plymouth Marshall County Indiana
      Sudden Summons For a Culver Man

      The announcment of the death of Daniel Wolf in St. Joseph's HOspital, South Bens, on Saturday night at 11 o'clock was a shock to his large circle of friends in this community

      After a period of five days in the hospital, durig which time he had undergone a serious operation following pneumonia, he was apparently so much improed that it was expected that he would be able to return home on SUnday.

      His condition all day Saturdy was decidedly ebcouraging. He ate his supper with relish, and no premonition of his approaching death was given. At the hour named, while conversing with the hurse he sank back upon his pillow.

      Mr. WOlf was on the threshold of 71 years, and a bachelor.

      He taught school for many years in this county but for some years past had followed the cocation of house painting.

      He was a man of retiring dispopsition but with a genial smile and greeting for all his acquaintances. Always gentlemanly in his demeanor he had the respect and friendship of every body.

      To his thre brothers and sister we extend the warm hand of sympathy.

      A beautiful servie was held at the family residence at 10 p'clock yesterday, conducted by a Christain Science reader from Plymouth.

      The voal musi was furnished by a quartet composed of Miss WIseand, Mrs. Carl Adams, Mrs. Marion JOnes and Mrs. Charles COooowen; and Miss Carrie Boss of Plymouth who sang a solo.

      The pall bearers wer Ed. Hwak, ALbert A. Keen, and Orr Byrd representing the K. of P.; Sam Stran, Raymond Mikesell and Harry Porcher representing the I.O.O.F.

      Relatives from abroad wre Mrs. Hugh Marshall and son of Yorkville, ill. and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Emmons of Rochester. Members of the I.O.O.F. and the Knights of Pythias attend in body to the number of nearly 100. - April 4 1923 Citizen

    5 SUSANNA "Susan/Sue" WOLF b 31 Dec 1855 Leiters Ford / Aubbeenaubbee Fulton county Indiana Death 12 Nov 1910 Culver, Marshall, Indiana Maple Grove Cemetery Walnut Township, Marshall County, Indiana married 26 Jan 1871 Marshall county, Indiana Isaac Bruce Hickman Birth Jan 1850 Indiana Marshall County Indiana 17 Apr 1903 Center twp, Marshall, Indiana burial Maple Grove Cemetery Walnut Township, Marshall County, Indiana

    83134070 married 2nd 15 Dec 1908 South Bend, St. Joseph county, Indiana Frederick Wright
      1908 Dec 24 - Mrs. Sue Hickman, a former well-known Culver lady, was married in South Bend on Tuesday to Fredeerick Wright, an employe of the Studebaker company, John and Dan Wolf and Mrs Kate Edwards of this lace were present at te wedding. Mrs. Hickman-Wright's many friends will wish her Marry Christmas with double meaning and heartiness.

      1908 - Dec 31 - Honeymoon Invaded By Death of Groom
        Frederick Wright whose marriage to Mrs. Sue Hickman on Dec. 15 was published in last week's Citizen, died suddenly at his home in SOuth Bend Sudnay morning.

        At 6 o'clock Mr. Wright awole and complained to his wife that he was feeling very ill. He apparently realized the serious character of the attack, for at once wrote down the address of his brother to whom he wished his wife to send word in case of his death.

        Mrs. Wright went for a doctor as quickly as possible, but on her return she sfound her husband dead.

        The brother came from Canada and took the body back for burial at the old home of the deceasd.

        Dan Wolf and Mrs. Edwards went to SOuth Bend on SUnday.

        The marriage of Mr. wright and Mrs. Hickman took place on Dec. 15, and on Christmas day they were the guests of the Wolf brother and Mrs. Edwards in Culver.

        Mr. Wright was in Dood health, and so far as known to his wife had never felt any symptoms of heart trouble.

        The sympathy of Culver friends is extended to Mrs. Wright. - Citizen
    death 12 Nov 1910 Culver, Marshall, Indiana
      Susan Hickman Wright, for many years a resident of Argos, died at the home of her brother, Daniel Wolfe, in Culver Thursday.

      She was bout 55 years old.

      She had been ailing with stomach trouble for the last year, being confined to her bed for six months previous to her death.

      he is remembered here as the wife of I. B. Hickman, and mother of Mrs. Charles Knapp, both od whom hae passed beyond.

      Her father, Gideon WOlfe, was a Marshall county pioneer, being renowned as a veterinary surgeon.

      She leaves a sister, Mrs. Kate Edwards, and three brother: Daniel, Timothy and John all living at Culver.

      Services were held at the home Friday morning and the boady brought to Maple Grove Cemetery for interment. - 24 Nov 1910 The Argos Reflector

    6 Fred Fernando Wolfe Birth Sep 22 1857 Leiters Ford / Aubbeenaubbee Fulton county Indiana Death Dec 20 1931 Mesa County, Colorado BURIAL Municipal Cemetery Grand Junction, Mesa County, Colorado married April 2, 1899 Mesa county, Colorado Kitty Brown
      Fred F. Wolf Passed Away Sunday

      Weeks of Illness Close in Quiet Death; Funeral to Be Held on Tuesday

      Word of the death of Fred F. Wolf on Sunday monring brought sorrow to the hearts of his many friends who had loved and respected him for years.

      He passed away quietly at 4 o'clock Sunday morning at the rathbone home after weeks of illness during which only his physial strength and his will kept him living

      Mr. Wolf came to Grand Junction and wnet to work for the Dener & Rio Grande in train service. He continued to hold this position until 10 year ago when he was retired as a conductor for disability. Previous to that time he had been employed in 1893 on the Midland and had lived for years in Leadville, leaving there for Arizona to return here in 1896. Born near Plymouth Indiana on September 22, 1857, Mr. Wolf was 74 years of age at the time of his death.

      He was married to Miss Kitty brown here on April 2, 1899 and one child was born to the union, a son who survives his father.

      Suriving him are his widow Mrs. Kitty Wolf; his son Leonard J. wolf of Los Angles; two sister: Mrs. Etta Walden and Mrs. Kate Edwards both of Los Angles; and two brothers Tim Wolf and John Wolf, both of Culver, Indiana.

      His son visited here with him during the early weeks of his illness and will not be able to return for the funeral

      Mr. Wolf was a member of the order of Railway conductors. He was for many years a member of the Elks Lodge at Leadville and it was Mr. Wolf and the late Morrison Wohlfore, first exalted ruler of the local ELks, and the late George S. Gordon, also a past exalted ruler of the order, who were responsible for the granting of the charter for the localElks order No. 575.

      The Funeral will be held at the Martin Chapel at 1:30 0'clock Tuesday afternoon. Dr.
      George F. McDougall will be in charge of the services and burial will be in the municpal cemetery. - 21 Dec 1931 The Daily Sentinel Grand Junction, Colorado

    7 John C Wolfe now living in Culver Birth 26 Nov 1859 Leiters Ford / Aubbeenaubbee Fulton county Indiana Death 10 Feb 1942 Death Plymouth, Marshall county, Indiana BURIAL Oak Hill Cemetery Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana
      Funeral Rites For John Wolfe

      John Wolfe, aged 82, died Tuesday at Mrs. Austin;s home on 5th Street Plymouth. He had not been well for two oyears.
      The survivors are a borther, Tim of CUlver; and a sister Mrs. Laura A. Walden of Los Angeles.

      He was born on a farm newar Leiters Ford and moved to Marshall county with his parents when a child. Except for some time spent in Chicgo during the WOrld's Fair of '93, he has lived in Culver the entire time.

      Funeral services will be helf at 1:00 p.m. Friday at Oak Hill Cmetery in Plymouth.

      Rev. Harvey Harsh will officicate. Friends may call at the funeral parlors. Citizen 11 Feb 1942
    married 1st 21 Oct 1888 Marmout (Culver), Marshall county, Indiana ---
      Indiana, U.S., Marriages, 1810-2001 Name John Wolf Gender Male Race White Event Type Marriage Registration (Marriage) Birth Place Fulton, Indiana Marriage Date 21 Oct 1888 Marriage Place Indiana, United States Residence Place Marmout, Indiana Father Gideon Wolf Spouse [No Name] Page 8 FHL Film Number 001651776

    married 3 Apr 1890 Marshall, Indiana Clara Alice Wilson BIRTH 1867 Tyner, Marshall, Indiana DEATH 22 JUL 1899 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, BURIAL Oak Hill Cemetery Plymouth, Marshall County, ndiana DAUGHTER OF Matching DAUGHTER OF Washington William Wilson and Mary Elizabeth Singleton
      A Viollent Death

      Mrs. John Wolfe is Murdered in Chicago

      The Body is Borught her and FInds its resting Place In Oak HIll Cemetery

      News of the murder of Mrs. John Wolfe, Of Chicago, nee Clara WIlson was telegraphed to her relatives in this city last Saturday.

      The remains arrived here SUnday evening and were taken to the old homestead where her friends were permitted to review them. Monday rev. DeLong conducted the funeral after which the body was taken to its last resting place in Oak Hill Cemetery

      Mrs. Wolfe was born and raised in these parts and leaves a large circle of relatives and acquaintances to mourn her sad death.

      On Saturday the Chicago News published an account of her murder as follows:
        Mrs. Clara ALice Wolfe, wife of John WOlfe, a bartender at 60 Thirty-first street, was shot and killed at 1:30 o'clock this morning by William E. Cole of 1351 Michigan Avenue

        The shooting occured at Mr. WOlfe's house, 3120 Cottage Grove Avenue, in the presence of her husband.

        Cole fired a bullet through a door, which struck Mrs. Wolfe in the groin. She died while being removed to Mercy Hospital.

        Cole was arrested b Policeman John Madden, who heard the shot fired. He surrendered only after a pursuit of several blocks and after two shots had been fired at him by the officer.

        Cole called at Wolf's house and aske to see Jessie Gordon, who lives with the famil. Admission was denied him by Mrs. WOlfe, and a dispute followed, during which Wolfe pushed COle out of the doorway and stepped after him into the hall.

        Cole then, it is said, drew a revovler and fired a shot which went through the door. There was a scream, and when Wolfe ran inside the roo, he found his wife dying on the floor.

        At the Stanton avenue police station Cole made severl contradictory statements to the police regarding the affair. He first maintained that he did not fire the shot which ended the woman's life. He also denied he owned the revolver with which the dhooting was done, and attempted to deny being at Wolfe's house when the crime occurred. He is said to have been intoxicated.

    8 SAMANTHA JANE WOLF Birth Feb 1862 Leiters Ford / Aubbeenaubbee Fulton county Indiana Death 5 May 1925 Los Angeles, California Burial Inglewood Park Cemetery Inglewood, Los Angeles County, California married 15 Feb 1880 Culver, Marshall, Indiana Herbert Andrew Brenner Birth Jan 1857 in Illinois Death 18 Sep 1934 Riverside, Riverside, California BURIAL Inglewood Park Cemetery Inglewood, Los Angeles County, California,son of Peter Brenner& Sarah Jane Denman
      Indiana, Marriage Index, 1800-1941
      Name Samantha J. Wolf
      Marriage Date 15 Feb 1880
      Marriage Place Marshall, Indiana, USA
      Spouse Name Herbert A. Brenner

      1910 21 Jul - Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Brenner of Estevan, Saskatchewan, Canada are here on a visit to Mrs. Brenner's brotohers, the WOlfe's and sister Mrs. Kate Edwards. Culver Citizen

      California, U.S., Death Index, 1905-1939
      Name Sanantha J Brenner
      Birth Year abt 1862
      Death Date 5 May 1925
      Age at Death 63
      Death Place Los Angeles, California, USA

      Mrs. H. A. Grenner {SIC BRENNER} Dead In Her Los Angeles Home
        Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. H. A. Grenner{SIC BRENNER}, sister of John and Timothy Wolfe and Mrs. Kate Edwards, on Tuesday May 5th.

        The details of her departure are not known as yet.

        Mrs. Grenner{SIC BRENNER} was reared in this vicinity in her home on the east side of the lake.

        She has not lived here for a number of years but was here on a visit about eight years ago.

        Sympathy will be extended to her remaining brothers and sister who live in Culver – Citizen May 6 1925

    9 LAURA ETTA WOLF Birth 14 Aug 1864 Leiters Ford / Aubbeenaubbee Fulton county Indiana Death 4 Oct 1952 Orange county, California, married 4 Dec 1884 Marshall, Indiana, George Nathaniel Gerard 29 January 1857 Indiana, Death 28 October 1927 BURIAL Cedar Hill Memorial Cemetery Gypsum, Eagle County, Colorado, SON OF Parents Andrew Robert Gerard & Susanna Sybil Hindel/Heindel. They divorced
      Onida /Ouida Lucille Gerard (1886–1973) Jun 1886 Indiana
      Adolphus S. Gerard (1892–1943)
      Lloyd D. Gerard (1893–1976)

    Laura married 2nd June 1916
      Marriage License on June 19 William C. Walden 48 and Laura E. Gerrard, 47 Both of Phoenix, Ariz. The Register Santa Ana, California 20 Jun 1916
    William Cogar "coge" Walden BIRTH 25 JULY 1866 Boyle County, Kentucky DEATH 6 JUNE 1931 Los Angeles, Ca. BURIAL Oak Hill Cemetery Butler, Bates County, Missouri SON OF Nathan D. Walden and Paulina C. Powell. Married 1st 1889 Ella Radford; married 2nd. Abt 1903 Letha Bell
      Howard Walden of Los Angeles, will arrive in Butler Friday morning with the cremated remains of his father, the late "Coge" Walden, brother of Mrs. Geo. Jenkins of this city. The remains will be buried in the family plot in Oak Hill cemetery. Mr. Walden, former well known resident of this city, died in Los Angeles, Saturday, June 6. - Butler Daily Democrat Butler, Bates County, Missouri June 11,1931

      Former Culverite Dies in California Mrs. George Jenkins received a telegram Monday telling her of the death of her brother, W.C. Walden, which occurred Saturday, June 6, at Los Angeles, Calif. W.C. Walden, or "Coge" Walden, as he was better known to his many Butler friends, was engaged in the transfer business in this city about 30 years ago. He was survived by his widow, whom he married about 12 years ago, and one son by a former marriage. The remains were cremated and funeral services held in Los Angeles on Monday and the ashes shipped to this city and are expected to arrive some time the last of the week. - Republic Times

      Mrs. George Jenkins received a telegram Monday morning conveying the sad news of the death of her brother W.C. Walden better known to his many Butler friends as Coge Walden. Funeral will be held in Los Angeles, California, Monday, June 8th, after which the body will be cremated and brought to Butler for Burial, arriving about Thursday or Friday of this week and be placed in the Butler cemetery by side of his former wife. - Bates County Democrat Butler, Bates County, Missouri June 11, 1931

      William "Coge" Walden was born near Louisville, Ky., July 25, 1866, and died in Los Angeles, Calif., Saturday, June 6, 1931. The remains were brought to Butler where burial was made June 14.When a small boy Mr. Walden came to Bates county with his parents were he grew to young manhood and for many years was one of Bates county's most distinguished contractors. He left Butler about thirty years ago and located in Los Angeles. He built and set to work the great pipe organ for the St. Louis Exposition, along with other beautiful works of art.He died as he lived, honest, upright and loved by all who knew him. -Bates County Democrat Butler, Bates County, Missouri June 25, 1931

    10 TIMOTHY “Tim” WOLF b Nov 1868 Leiters Ford / Aubbeenaubbee Fulton county Indiana Death Date 23 Mar 1943 Culver, Marshall, Indiana BURIAL Oak Hill Cemetery Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana now living in Culver (1939)
      Timothy wolfe6 Timothy wolfe, aged 74, died Tuesday morning in his home in Culver after a several weeks' illness.

      He was born newa Leiters FOrd and came to Marshall county with his parents when he was a child.

      e had spent his life in Culver except for two years in California and several year in Plymouth.

      A sister, Mrs. Laura A. Walden, Los Angles, Calif. survives.

      The body was taken to the Easterday funeral home - South Bend Tribune ( Indiana) March 24, 1943

      Mrs. Margaret Burkett Wolf was bom in Perry county, Ohio, Oct. 5, 1827.

      She was reared and educated in her father’s home until she was married and became the head of her own household. Miss Burkett was united in the holy bonds of matrimony Feb. 25, 1849 to Mr. Gideon Wolf.

      They established their home at the first, in Sandusky, Ohio, in which were born three of the children.

      They removed to Rochester, Ind., from Sandusky in 1853. Here they resided nearly two years. Subsequently they came to reside near Leiters Ford.

      This was the old homestead and in which were born most of their children.

      Mr. Gideon Wolf came to his mortal end on the 61st anniversary of his birth, which occurred Feburary 11, 1885, and he was given sepulture in the beautiful Odd Fellow’s cemetery in Rochester, where by the side of her husband were laid the remains of the widow and mother, as once before in youth’s beauty and manhood they were united each for theother in joint life but in the realm of mortality, so again in the habilments of immortality they will be united in the life unending.

      Mr. and Mrs. Wolf were the parents of nine children, all of whom are living and seven of whom were present, joining in the solemn services.

      The names of the children in the order of their births are as follows: Delilah Ellen Phillips, Chicago, Ill.; Katherine Edwards, Daniel Wolf, Culver ; Susanna Hickman, South Bend; Fernando Wolf, Salida, Colo.; John Wolf, Chicago; Samantha Brenner, Plymouth; Laura E. Gerard, Gypsum, Colo,, and Timothy Wolf, Culver .

      She was the grandmother of nineteen and the great-grandmother of three, making the total number of descendants, thirty-one children.

      Mrs. Wolf was a member of the Methodist church nearly all of her natural life. Her religion was not of a demonstrative kind but was steady in its tenor and very practical in the applied truths of Christianity and benevolent in character. Being good was doing good. As in her life, so in the closing of her earthly career, her faith was finally triumphant and her peace was like a river flowing strong and clear out to the great ocean beyond. Peacef ully she sank to rest as the setting of the sun behind the western hills.

      Mrs. Wolf was for many years a member of the Daughters of Rebecca an order which she very much loved and greatly enjoyed especially in the lodges of that order in Rochester and Richland Center, Ind.

      Margaret Burkett Wolf departed this life May 28, 1808, aged 75 years, 7 months and 23 days. She went to the “Mansions prepared” from the family home in Culver , on the shore of Lake Maxinkuckee. Of all her residences none was more pleasant to her than this one so near this body of water in which she took so much delight in various ways. To her expectant soul sunrise gleams in the bosom of the lake and falling within her open door were symbols of the shining way and the glory of the Jasper throne. June 4, 1903 Culver Herald

      Mrs. Margaret Wolf, who made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Edwards, departed from this life on Thursday, May 28th. Her remains were taken to Rochester for interment, Undertaker Easterday having charge of the corpse. The immediate members of the family and a delegation of Knights of Pythias who acted as pall bearers made up the funeral possession.

      Those attending the funeral of Grandma Wolf from out of town were: Mrs. Sue Hickman, of South Bend; II. A. Brenner and wife, and Mesdames Jilson and Wolford, of Plymouth; Mrs. Harry Phillips Mrs. Edna McLane and Miss Pearl Fletcher, of Chicago

    Sexton D. R. MARTIN received a message this morning stating that Mrs. Gideon [Margaret] WOLFE, of Culver, was dead and that she would be brought here for burial tomorrow morning - Friday, May 29, 1903 Rochester Sentinel

     Ohio, U.S., Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center Obituary Index, 1810s-2016
    Name	Lucy Ann Woolf
    Death Age	24
    Birth Date	abt 1824
    Death Date	18 Aug 1848
    Death Place	Ohio, USA
    Spouse	 Gideon
    Other Source Information	Title: F497 S2C45W 2004 ORR; Location: HPC -
     Washington Twp.Cemeteries; Description: Cemeteries in Sandusky County, Ohio 
     Washington Township, Kin Hunters, 2004; Details: P 15
    Ohio, U.S., County Marriage Records, 1774-1993 
    Margaret Burket	
    Marriage 25 Feb 1848 Sandusky, Ohio, USA	NEW
    Spouse Gideon Wolf
    1850 United States Federal Census
    Name	Giden Nolf [Wolf  Wolfe ]
    Gender	Male
    Race	White
    Age	96
    Birth Year	abt 1754
    Birthplace	Pennsylvania
    Home in 1850	Washington, Sandusky, Ohio, USA
    Occupation	Blacksmith
    Industry	Miscellaneous Repair Services
    Real Estate	600
    Line Number	27
    Dwelling Number	1565
    Family Number	1595
    Household Members (Name)	Age
    Giden Nolf	96
    Margaret Nolf 73
    Hiram F Nolf 6
    Nathaniel Nolf 5
    Catherine A Nolf 0
    Sylveste Milen 19
    1860 United States Federal Census 	
    Wolf, Gideon in tree "AAA Culver-Maxinkuckee-Union_twp - JEB "	Remove
    Detail Source
    Name	Gideon Wolf [Gideon Wolfe]
    Age	36
    Birth Year	abt 1824
    Gender	Male
    Race	White
    Birth Place	Pennsylvania
    Home in 1860	Aubbeenaubbee, Fulton, Indiana
    Post Office	Rochester
    Dwelling Number	832
    Family Number	832
    Occupation	Blacksmith
    Real Estate Value	2000
    Personal Estate Value	500
    Inferred Spouse	
    Margaret Wolf
    Inferred Child	
    Hiram F Wolf
    Nathaniel Wolf
    Delila E Wolf
    Catharine Wolf
    Daniel Wolf
    Susana Wolf
    Fernando Wolf
    John Wolf
    Household Members (Name)	Age
    Gideon Wolf	36
    Margaret Wolf 34
    Hiram F Wolf
    Nathaniel Wolf 13
    Delila E Wolf 11
    Catharine Wolf 9
    Daniel Wolf 7
    Susana Wolf 5
    Fernando Wolf 
    John Wolf 6/12
    Indiana, U.S., Marriage Index, 1800-1941 
    Name	Hiram F. Wolf
    Marriage Date	22 Oct 1863
    Marriage Place	Marshall, Indiana, USA
    Spouse Name Amanda Mc Cumber 
    1870 United States Federal Census 
    Name	Gideon Woalf
    Age in 1870	47
    Birth Date	abt 1823
    Birthplace	Pennsylvania
    Dwelling Number	73
    Home in 1870	Green, Marshall, Indiana
    Race	White
    Gender	Male
    Post Office	Argos
    Occupation	Farmer
    Male Citizen Over 21	Yes
    Personal Estate Value	750
    Real Estate Value	4800
    Inferred Spouse	Margrett Woalf
    Inferred Children	Delila Woalf; Catharine Woalf; Daniel Woalf; Susanah 
    Woalf; Fernande Woalf; John Woalf; Samantha Woalf; Lora Ela Woalf; Timothy Woalf
    Household members
    Name	Age
    Gideon Woalf	47
    Margrett Woalf	45
    Delila Woalf	22
    Catharine Woalf	19
    Daniel Woalf	17
    Susanah Woalf	14
    Fernande Woalf	12
    John Woalf	10
    Samantha Woalf	8
    Lora Ela Woalf	6
    Timothy Woalf
    1880 United States Federal Census 
    Name	Gideon Wolfe
    Age	55
    Birth Date	Abt 1825
    Birthplace	Pennsylvania
    Home in 1880	Center, Marshall, Indiana, USA
    Dwelling Number	3
    Race	White
    Gender	Male
    Relation to Head of House	Self (Head)
    Marital Status	Married
    Spouse's Name	Margret Wolfe
    Occupation	Farmer
    Neighbors	View others on page
    Household Members	
    Household Members
    Name	Age
    Gideon Wolfe	55
    Margret Wolfe	52
    John C. Wolfe	20
    Etta L. Wolfe	15
    Timothy Wolfe	11
    Daniel W. Wolfe	28
    1900 United States Federal Census 
    Name	Margaret Wolfe
    Age	72
    Birth Date	Oct 1827
    Birthplace	Ohio, USA
    Home in 1900	Union, Marshall, Indiana
    Ward of City	2
    Street	Scott Street
    House Number	0
    Sheet Number	18
    Number of Dwelling in Order of Visitation	378
    Family Number	379
    Race	White
    Gender	Female
    Relation to Head of House	Head
    Marital Status	Widowed
    Father's Birthplace	Pennsylvania, USA
    Mother's Birthplace	Pennsylvania, USA
    Mother: number of living children	9
    Mother: How many children	9
    Can Read	N
    Can Write	Y
    Can Speak English	Y
    House Owned or Rented	Rent
    Farm or House	H
    Neighbors	View others on page
    Household Members (Name)	Age	Relationship
    Margaret Wolfe	72	Head
    Daniel W Wolfe 48	Son
    Timothy Wolfe 31	Son
    Onida L Gerrard 13	Granddaughter
    1910 United States Federal Census 
    Name	Daniel W Wolf
    Age in 1910	57
    Birth Date	1853[1853]
    Birthplace	Ohio
    Home in 1910	Culver Ward 2, Marshall, Indiana, USA
    Sheet Number	6a
    Race	White
    Gender	Male
    Relation to Head of House	Head
    Marital Status	Single
    Father's Birthplace	Pennsylvania
    Mother's Birthplace	Ohio
    Native Tongue	English
    Occupation	Painter
    Industry	House
    Employer, Employee or Other	Own Account
    Home Owned or Rented	Own
    Home Free or Mortgaged	Free
    Farm or House	House
    Able to read	Y
    Able to Write	Y
    Enumeration District Number	0113
    Enumerated Year	1910
    Neighbors	View others on page
    Household Members (Name)	Age	Relationship
    Daniel W Wolf	57	Head
    John Wolf 50 Brother 
    Timothy Wolf 40 Brother
    Katherine Edwards 59 Sister
    1920 United States Federal Census 
    Name	Timothy Wolfe
    Age	53
    Birth Year	1867
    Birthplace	Indiana
    Home in 1920	Union, Marshall, Indiana
    Street	Toner Avenue
    Residence Date	1920
    Race	White
    Gender	Male
    Relation to Head of House	Brother
    Marital Status	Single
    Father's Birthplace	Pennsylvania
    Mother's Birthplace	Ohio
    Able to Speak English	Yes
    Occupation	Manager
    Industry	Billard Hall
    Employment Field	Own Account
    Able to read	Yes
    Able to Write	Yes
    Neighbors	View others on page
    Household Members	
    Household Members
    Name	Age
    Daniel Wolfe	67
    John Wolfe	59
    Timothy Wolfe	53
    Katharine A Edwards	69
    1930 United States Federal Census 
    Name	Timothy Wolf
    Birth Year	1869
    Gender	Male
    Race	White
    Age in 1930	61
    Birthplace	Indiana
    Marital Status	Single
    Relation to Head of House	Head
    Home in 1930	Culver, Marshall, Indiana, USA
    Map of Home	Culver,Marshall,Indiana
    Street Address	Forrest Place
    House Number	448
    Dwelling Number	26
    Family Number	27
    Home Owned or Rented	Owned
    Home Value	4500
    Radio Set	No
    Lives on Farm	No
    Attended School	No
    Able to Read and Write	Yes
    Father's Birthplace	Pennsylvania
    Mother's Birthplace	Ohio
    Able to Speak English	Yes
    Occupation	Chauffeur
    Industry	Taxi
    Class of Worker	Working on own account
    Employment	Yes
    Household Members	
    Household Members
    Name	Age
    Timothy Wolf	61
    John Wolf	72
    1940 United States Federal Census 
    Name	Timothy Wolfe
    Respondent	Yes
    Age	71
    Estimated Birth Year	1869
    Gender	Male
    Race	White
    Birthplace	Indiana
    Marital Status	Single
    Relation to Head of House	Head
    Home in 1940	Culver, Marshall, Indiana
    Map of Home in 1940	Culver,Marshall,Indiana
    Street	E Street
    Farm	No
    Inferred Residence in 1935	Culver, Marshall, Indiana
    Residence in 1935	Culver
    Resident on farm in 1935	No
    Sheet Number	8A
    Number of Household in Order of Visitation	203
    House Owned or Rented	Rented
    Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented	None
    Attended School or College	No
    Highest Grade Completed	Elementary school, 8th grade
    Income Other Sources	No
    Neighbors	View others on page
    Household Members	
    Household Members
    Name	Age
    Timothy Wolfe	71
    John Wolfe	80
    Indiana, U.S., Death Certificates, 1899-2017 
    Name	Timothy Wolfe
    Gender	Male
    Race	White
    Age	74
    Marital Status	Single
    Birth Date	18 Nov 1868
    Birth Place	Aubbeenaubbee Fulton {county Indiana} Colorado
    Death Date	23 Mar 1943
    Death Place	Culver, Marshall, Indiana, USA
    Death Registration Date	1943
    Father Gideon Wolfe
    Mother Margaret Burket