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Hughes Relations:  Wolph Family

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Catherine Wolph (1821-1855): m. Milton Bell Case (1818-1896)
  • 29 Oct. 1850, res. Liberty Twp, Milton Case 31 carpenter OH, Catharne 29 OH, Jno W 5 IA, Saml Y 4 IA, Winfeld S 2 IA, Arthur L 1 IA, Indiana Brother 12 IN [USA, 1850 Census, Iowa, Jefferson County]
  • 20 July 1860, Miltin B Case 42 farmer OH, Elizabeth H 23 NC, John W 16 OH, Samuel Y 14 IA, Windfield S 12 IA, Arthur S 10 IA, Mary J 8 IA, Clarinda S 6 IA, Martha C 3 NE, Elza A 2 NE [USA, 1860 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 2 Sep. 1870, res. Georgetown, Milton Case 52 carpenter OH, Elizabeth 36 NC, Lorinda 16 IA, Martha 14 NE, Eliza 12 NE, Risa 5 CO, William 3 CO, Walter 1 CO [USA, 1870 Census, Colorado, Clear Creek County]
  • 4 June 1880, res. Boulder, Milton B Case 63 silver miner OH, Elizabeth H 45 NC, Winfield S 32 carpenter IA, Arthur L 31 carpenter IA, Martha C 23 NE, Eliza A 22 NE, Rausa A 15 CO, Wm Y 13 CO, Walter D 11 CO, Earnest W 8 CO, Charles 4 CO, Averna M 2 CO, Ralph 2m CO [USA, 1880 Census, Colorado, Boulder County]
Christina Wolph (1826-1842): m. Samuel Hengst (c1819--)
  • 12 Sep. 1850, res. Cass Twp, Samuel Hengst 31 cabinet maker PA, Elizabeth 20 OH, Lafayette 3 OH, Lydia E 1 OH [USA, 1850 Census, Ohio, Richland County]
Eliza Ann Wolph (c1818-1888): m. John W. Woods (c1820--)
  • 29 Sep. 1850, res. Fairfield, Jno N Woods 25 farmer OH, Eliza Ann 28 OH, Mary M 1 IA [USA, 1850 Census, Iowa, Jefferson County]
  • 6 Aug. 1860, res. Fairfield, John Woods 37 warehouse clerk OH, Eliza A 39 OH, Mary 10 IA, Sarah 10 IA, Willis 7 IA [USA, 1860 Census, Iowa, Jefferson County]
Elizabeth Rebecca Wolph (1792-1885): m. Arthur Barrett (1778-1845)
  • 1820, res. Cadiz Twp, Arthur Barrett, 3101-2001 [USA, 1820 Census, Ohio, Harrison County]
  • 1830, res. Cadiz Twp, Arthur Barrett, 03120001-001101 [USA, 1830 Census, Ohio, Harrison County]
  • 1840, res. Cadiz Twp, Arthur Barrett, 000210001-0011001 [USA, 1840 Census, Ohio, Harrison County]
  • 30 Sep. 1850, res. Bucyrus Twp, John Barret 28 farmer OH, William G 4 OH, Louisa 2 OH, Elizabeth 60 VA, Louisa 31 OH, Mary Walter 10 OH [USA, 1850 Census, Ohio, Crawford County]
  • 25 June 1860, res. Bucyrus Twp, Elizabeth Barret 68 boarding house VA, Louisa 35 OH, Sarah L 7 OH [USA, 1860 Census, Ohio, Crawford County]
  • 28 June 1870, res. Bucyrus Twp, Elizabeth Barret 78 VA, Louisa 52 tailoress OH, Louisa 22 teacher OH, Sarah 17 teacher OH [USA, 1870 Census, Ohio, Crawford County]
Henry Clay Wolph (1823-1897): m. Esther Bevier (1822-1896)
  • 28 July 1860, Henry C Wolph 37 farmer OH, Esther 38 NY, Bucephalaus 4 NE, Bucephala 3 NE, Shasta 4m NE, Aaron G Roby 26 laborer NH, John H Wiggin 23 carpenter NH, Mary Wolph 68 NY [USA, 1860 Census, Nebraska, Otoe County]
  • 1 June 1870, res. Wyoming Pct, H C Wolph 47 farmer OH, E 48 NY, B 14 NE, B 12 NE, S 10 NE, J Rugad 18 farm laborer Prussia, J Zimmer 28 farm laborer Prussia [USA, 1870 Census, Nebraska, Otoe County]
  • 22 June 1880, res. Tipton Pct, Henry C Wolph 58 farmer OH, Ester 58 NY, Bucephalus 24 school teacher NE, Bucephlia 22 school teacher NE, Shasta 20 school teacher NE, servant George Baker 21 farm worker NE [USA, 1880 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 2 June 1885, res. Tipton Pct, H C Wolph 62 OH, Esther 63 NY, Barphalia 27 NE [Nebraska, 1885 Census, Cass County]
Huldah Wolph (1837--): m. John S. Buck (c1842--)
  • 15 June 1880, res. west half of county, J S Buck 57 stock raiser IL, H L 38 OH, T E 13 NE, Asa G 11 NE, W E 8 NE, S J 7 NE, M E 6 NE, T W 4 NE, boarder Thoms Reeder 30 herder IA, boarder C C Peirson 30 herder TX, boarder C E Dodge 25 herder WI [USA, 1880 Census, Kansas, Rawlins County]
  • 9 June 1900, res. Colfax, 2nd Ward, William M Colvin 30 carpenter KS, Thressa E 33 NE, John G 5 WA, Theadore W 4 WA, mL Huldah A Buck mar 63 OH [USA, 1900 Census, Washington, Whitman County]
  • 15 Apr. 1910, res. 514 Mill, Colfax, 2nd Ward, John S Buck 67 farmer IL, H A 70 OH, T E Colvin div 42 bookkeeper NE, John G 15 WA, T W 14 WA [USA, 1910 Census, Washington, Whitman County]
John Wolph (1794-1859): m. Maria Gramm (1793-1877)
  • 1820, res. Blooming Grove Twp, John Wolfe, 001-20101, 1 ag [USA, 1820 Census, Ohio, Richland County]
  • 1830, res. Blooming Grove Twp, John Wolfe, 110001-121001001 [USA, 1830 Census, Ohio, Richland County]
  • 1840, res. Blooming Grove Twp, John Wolff, 0002001-1221101001 [USA, 1840 Census, Ohio, Richland County]
  • 3 Sep. 1850, res. Butler Twp, John Wolph 56 farmer VA, Mary 56 PA, Sarah 19 OH, Mary 17 OH, Lucretia 15 OH, Hulda 13 OH, William Nelson 30 farmer PA [USA, 1850 Census, Ohio, Richland County]
  • 28 July 1860, Henry C Wolph 37 farmer OH, Esther 38 NY, Bucephalaus 4 NE, Bucephala 3 NE, Shasta 4m NE, Aaron G Roby 26 laborer NH, John H Wiggin 23 carpenter NH, Mary Wolph 68 NY [USA, 1860 Census, Nebraska, Otoe County]
  • 31 July 1860, Mary Wolph 69 OH [USA, 1860 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • Biographical History of Richland County, Ohio, 1983. On p. 221: "John Wolph was one of the early settlers of Richland County, arriving in about 1814-1816. He was born 9 Jan. 1794 in Augusta Co., Virginia, and lived in Pennsylvania with his parents, Sebastian and Catherine/Katherine (Cook or Koch) Wolph ... purchased 160 acres in Bloominggrove Twp. ... enlisted in the War of 1812 before leaving Pennsylvania, but the conflict was over before he was mustered in ... married on 2 Apr. 1817 in Tuscarawas Co., Ohio to Maria ... daughter of Heinrich Gramm and Cristiana Kendig ... active in the Methodist Episcopal Church ... ten children ... After their children were grown, John and Mary went to Nebraska for a visit. John died at the home of his son ... and was buried in Nebraska City. Mary then stayed with her children in Nebraska".
  • History of Tuscarawas County, Ohio, 1988. On p. 301: "Maria Gram (Mary) married John Wolph in 1817 and moved to Blooming Grove Township, Richland County, to the 160 acres of land which had been purchased for $2.00 per acre ... ten children ... Mary and John sold their farm to Peter Sampsel and followed their children west. Both are buried in Nebraska City."
Lucretia E. Wolph (c1835--): m. William Altdoerffer (c1830--)
  • 26 July 1860, res. Avoca, Wm Altongher 31 farmer OH, Lucretia E 25 OH, G P 6 OH, W A 4 OH, S W 8m NE, W S Case 12 IA [USA, 1860 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 26 July 1870, res. Avoca Pct, Wm Altafer 36 blacksmith OH, Lucuda 32 OH, Perry 16 OH, Willard 14 OH, Sebastian 11 NE, Ira Boyd 18 farm laborer Canada [USA, 1870 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 16 June 1880, res. Custer City, William Altoffer 50 engineer OH, Lucretia 37 OH, Justin P 26 OH, Nellie P 4 NE [USA, 1880 Census, Dakota Territory, Custer County]
Mary Wolph (1832--): m. Peter Nesbit Woods (1829-1886)
  • 6 Aug. 1860, res. Fairfield, Peter M Woods 29 physician OH, Mary 26 OH, Harry 3 IA [USA, 1860 Census, Iowa, Jefferson County]
  • 24 Aug. 1870, res. Fairfield, 4th Ward, P N Woods 39 physician OH, Mary 37 OH, Harrie 13 IA, Frank 1 IA, Hattie Johnson 19 domestic Sweden [USA, 1870 Census, Iowa, Jefferson County]
  • 18 June 1880, res. 2nd East St, Fairfield, P N Woods 51 physician OH, Mary 47 OH, Harry 23 IA, George 11 IA, Maggie Craft 18 servant IA [USA, 1880 Census, Iowa, Jefferson County]
  • 18 June 1900, res. Fairfield, 4th Ward, Mary Woods wd 67 OH, George C 30 salesman IA [USA, 1900 Census, Iowa, Jefferson County]
  • 2 May 1910, res. 301 E Washington St, Fairfield, 4th Ward, Mary Woods wd 77 IA, friend Gladys Groves 15 IA [USA, 1910 Census, Iowa, Jefferson County]
  • 14 Jan. 1920, res. 207 E Washington St, Fairfield, 4th Ward, Mary Woods wd 87 OH, George C 50 city clerk IA, dauL Clara B 48 OH [USA, 1920 Census, Iowa, Jefferson County]
Sarah Wolph (1790-1872): m. John Hamilton Maze (1783-1854)
  • 1810, res. Richland Twp, John Maze, 201-001 [USA, 1810 Census, Pennsylvania, Venango County]
  • 1820, res. Richland Twp, John Maize, 2101-1001 [USA, 1820 Census, Pennsylvania, Venango County]
  • 1830, res. Beaver Twp, John Mayes, 1020001-121101 [USA, 1830 Census, Pennsylvania, Venango County]
  • 1840, res. Beaver Twp, John Mayes, 02100001-0111001 [USA, 1840 Census, Pennsylvania, Venango County]
  • 10 Oct. 1850, res. Barnett Twp, John H Maize 66 farmer SC, Sarah 60 VA, Katy Jane 19 PA, Harriet 17 PA, Andrew 23 PA, Charlotte 21 PA, Augustus P 1 PA [USA, 1850 Census, Pennsylvania, Jefferson County]
  • 18 July 1860, res. Barnett Twp, Sarah Mays 70 VA, Elizabeth Morgan 38 PA, Calvin 13 PA, Mary 11 PA, Joseph 9 PA [USA, 1860 Census, Pennsylvania, Jefferson County]
  • 22 June 1870, res. Barnett Twp, Robert Hulings 60 farmer PA, Polly 55 PA, Louisa 18 PA, John 12 PA, Sarah Irwin 30 PA, Daniel 2 PA, Sarah Mays 81 VA [USA, 1870 Census, Pennsylvania, Jefferson County]
Sarah E. Wolph (c1831--): m. Jacob Fegtly (1826--)
  • 26 July 1870, res. Pioneer, Jacb Fegtly 43 methodist minister OH, Sarah 40 OH, Edward 14 OH, Sarah C 9 OH, Princius 6 OH, Samuel 2 OH [USA, 1870 Census, Ohio, Williams County]
  • 14 June 1900, res. 665 Oak, Nevada, 4th Ward, J Fegtly 73 minister OH, Sarah E 69 OH [USA, 1900 Census, Iowa, Story County]
Sebastian Wolf (c1738-1803): 1m. Margaret ---, 2m. Catherine Koch (--1842)
  • 23 Oct. 1763, Johan Jacob Wolf, son of Sebastian & Margaret, sponsors Joh. Jacob & Elisabeth Holder [Pennsylvania, Montgomery County, New Hanover Lutheran Church, Baptisms]
  • 1771-1782, Sebastian Wolf of Bethel Twp, taxed in 1771, 1772, 1773, 1779, 1782 [Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Tax Records]
  • 17 Dec. 1772, Sebastian Wolf purchased 225 acres in Bethel Twp, from John Fox & Tyningham Palmer [Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Land Records]
  • 19 Mar. 1773, Sebastian Wolf of Berks County purchased 15 acres [Pennsylvania, Berks County, Land Records]
  • 15 May 1774, Andrew Wolf, son of Sebastian & Margaret, sponsors Andreas & Margaret Wolf [Pennsylvania, Fredericksburg, St. Johns Lutheran Church, Baptisms]
  • 19 Dec. 1774, land warrant for 300 acres in names of Jacob Albert, John Shaffer, and Sebastian Wolf [Pennsylvania, Northumberland County, Land Records]
  • 5 Nov. 1775, Charles Wolf, son of Sebastian & Margaret, b. 17 Oct. 1775, sponsors Carl & Margaret Rörig [Pennsylvania, Fredericksburg, St. Johns Lutheran Church, Baptisms]
  • 13 Oct. 1776, Sebastian Wolf, yeoman of Bethel Twp, sold 225 acres to Samuel Niles & William Wister [Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Land Records]
  • 1 July 1777, from Lancaster County, Sebastian Wolf, 2nd Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, 1st Company, Pennsylvania Militia, led by Casper Stoever [DAR Records, #A127505]
  • 2 Nov. 1777, Nicholas Wolf, son of Sebastian & Margaret, b. 4 Oct. 1777, sponsors Nicholas & Elizabeth Wolf [Pennsylvania, Fredericksburg, St. Johns Lutheran Church, Baptisms]
  • 13 Oct. 1779, Anna Marie Wolf, dau. of Sebastian & Margaret, b. 26 Sep. 1779, sponsor Marie Baeshore [Pennsylvania, Fredericksburg, St. Johns Lutheran Church, Baptisms]
  • 24 May 1784, George Koch appointed administrator of estate of George Franck Jr. [Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Administrations]
  • 1786-1795, Sebastian Wolf taxed in 1786, 1787, 1788, 1789, 1790, 1791, 1792, 1793, 1794, and 1795 [Virginia, Augusta County, Tax Records]
  • 15 Dec. 1789, Sebastian Woolf purchased from Henry Dill part of 216 acres that was patented by John Bell 1 Dec. 1740 [Virginia, Augusta County, Land Records; recorded in Chalkley, 3:588]
  • May 1790, Commonwealth vs. Sebastian Woolf, "On 8th June, 1787, defendant had a son Jacob and a son Martin, the latter above sixteen and under twenty-four" [Virginia, Augusta County, Court Records, in Chalkley, 1:392]
  • 18 June 1791, estate of George Franck settled, sums paid to several people including "Thos Hartman Esqr for the Widow Frank" [Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Administrations]
  • 22 Feb. 1797, Sebastian Wolf accused of horse stealing [Virginia, Augusta County, Court Records, in Chalkley 1:287]
  • Mar. 1797, Sebastian Wolf signed note to John Bowyer, witness George Rhoades [Virginia, Augusta County, Land Records]
  • 21 June 1797, "... I Catharine wife of George Franck deceased now Cathrina Wolf in the County of Augusta in the State of Virginia ... do make ... my share of my loving husband George Franck deceased now in the hands of George Koch executor for the estate of my beloved husband George Franck deceased in Allen township in the County of Northampton ... granting my lawful Attorney for me ..." [Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Administrations]
  • 1800, res. Strong Twp, Bastian Wolf, 10001-0101 [USA, 1800 Census, Pennsylvania, Armstrong County]
  • 30 Oct. 1803, will dated 15 Sep., proved 30 Oct., Sebastian Wolf, yeoman of Allegheny Twp, names wife Catherine, mentions "my nine children", but only names John, "... plantation in Augusta County about eleven miles from Staunton in Virginia which was leased to James Lee while lease will expire in about ten years ..." [Pennsylvania, Armstrong County, Wills]
  • 1815, bill of equity in the case of McDowell vs. Wolf heirs, Sebastian Wolfe, formerly living near Jennings Gap in Augusta Co., removed to Ohio and died, left a widow Catherine and children Michael, Jacob, Martin, Charles, John, Polly, Sally, and Beky [Virginia, Augusta County, Court Records, in Chalkley 2:177]
  • 1815, John Wolf & Catherine Wolf deeded 108 acres land near Jennings Gap to Robert McDowell who held note given to John Bowyer [Virginia, Augusta County, Land Records]
  • 1820, res. Blooming Grove Twp, John Wolfe, 001-20101, 1 ag [USA, 1820 Census, Ohio, Richland County] [the oldest female would most likely be Catharine Wolf]
  • 1830, res. Blooming Grove Twp, John Wolfe, 110001-121001001 [USA, 1830 Census, Ohio, Richland County] [the oldest female would most likely be Catharine Wolf]
  • 1840, res. Blooming Grove Twp, John Wolff, 0002001-1221101001 [USA, 1840 Census, Ohio, Richland County] [the oldest female would most likely be Catharine Wolf]
  • 1842?, "In Memory of Catharine Wolf who died Feb. 6, 18[42?] in the 75th year of her ..." [Ohio, Rome, Rome East Cemetery, Inscriptions]
  • 1883, Bethel Twp, Sebastian Wolf appointed Overseer of the Poor in 1767, Bastian Wolf appointed Constable in 1779 [William Henry Egle, History of the Counties of Dauphin and Lebanon, p. 172]
  • Chalkley, Lyman, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, 3 vols., 1912.
Sebastian Wolf (c1824-c1875): m. Elizabeth Ward (c1830--)
  • 21 Sep. 1850, res. Black Creek Twp, Sebastian Wolf 26 OH, Eliz 19 OH, Mary A 2 OH [USA, 1850 Census, Ohio, Mercer County]
  • 29 June 1860, res. Black Creek Twp, Sebastian Wolf 36 farmer OH, Elizabeth 30 OH, Mary A 12 OH, Rebecca A 10 OH, Rachel Jackson 24 school teacher OH [USA, 1860 Census, Ohio, Mercer County]
  • 26 July 1870, res. Black Creek Twp, Sebastian Wolf 51 farmer OH, Elizabeth 41 OH, Udora H 8 OH [USA, 1870 Census, Ohio, Mercer County]
  • 15 June 1880, res. Van Wert, 3rd Ward, Frank B Troup 23 store clerk OH, Eudorah 18 OH, Gertie L 5m OH, m[L] Elizabeth Wolph 50 OH [USA, 1880 Census, Ohio, Van Wert County]