Jacob Wolf, son of William and Catherine Wolf, died on Feb. 10, 1930.  He
had lived to the advanced age of ninety-three years, seven months, and 10
days.  He was born in Columbiana county, Ohio, June 30th, 1836, being the
fourth child in a family of seventeen, of which number he is survived by
three sisters and three brothers.
Jacob Wolf enlisted in Company B First Ohio Light Artillery, on Sept. 5th
1861.  He served his country for three years being honorably discharged
on Sept. 5th 1864, having fought in the battles of Wild Cat, Mill
Springs, Stone River, Perryville, and Chichamagua.
In the following year he came to Steuben county, Indiana, to which his
father had preceded him.  In the Spring of '66 he was united in mariage
to Elizabeth Menges, to which union four children were born, a daughter,
Alice, having preceded her father in death.  His wife also preceded him,
having died on March 21st, 1906.  Save for six years in Kansas, Mr. Wolf
had, since marriage, made his home in Steuben county.  While in active
life he was a member of the Congregational church, having joined that
church while in Kansas.
He leaves to mourn his going, two daughters, Mrs. Peter Crowl, Mrs. Frank
Baker, one son, Mr. Peter Wolf, eight grandchildren, and six
great-grandchildren.  This pioneer is now pioneering in an upper and
better country with christ.
Funeral services were held at the Mt. Zion church, on Wednesday, Feb. 12,
conducted by Rev. Sholty, interment in Mt. Zion Cemetery.

Joey Pedigo