[History of Steuben County IN 1885 p. 885]
         William Wolf was born in Loudoun County, VA., Aug. 6, 1805, and
when an infant his parents moved to Ohio, settling in Columbiana county,
where he was reared and educated. He married Catherine Feterhoff, a
native of Pennsylvania, reared in Dauphin county. After their marriage
they moved to Ashland County, Ohio, and in 1864 to Steuben County,Ind.,
and settled on the northeast quarter of section 7, Steuben Township. A
brother, Daniel Wolf, settled near Hamilton several years previous, and
died there in February, 1884. His father had also come to Steuben several
years before and lived with his son-in-law, George Dahof, till his death.

        Mr. Wolf has a fine farm and is one of the most prosperous
citizens of the township. To Mr. and Mrs. Wolf have been born fifteen
children, fourteen of whom are living and have families - John, Susanna,
Andrew, Jacob, Adam, Joseph, Mary Ann, Cahterine, Magdalena, William,
Amos, Lydia, Front and Phoebe. One daughter, Sarah, died July 5, 1869,
aged twenty-three years. Joseph lives on the homestead and has charge of
the farm. He was born in Columbiana County, Ohio, in 1839. He has
been twice married. His first wife was Jane Anderson, a native of
Ireland, who at her death left four children - Charles, Martha C., Harvey
E. and Florence. He subsequently married Emma L. Tubbs, daughter of Leroy
Tubbs, of salem Township, Steuben County. They have one child - Emma J.
         This couple parents of 17 children [William's obit alludes to 17
children] 2 of whom died in infancy.  15 grew to adulthood.
         "William Wolf and his wife, Catherine (Fetterhoff) Wolf after
their marriage moved in 1848 toTroy Twp., Ashland Co., OH, and then in
1864 to  Steuben Co., IN settling on the NE quarter of section 7, Steuben
Twp., where William developed into a prosperous farmer."

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