Andrew Tarter Wolfe1

M
Father*John Patton Wolfe1 (Jun 2, 1832 - Mar 5, 1904)
Mother*Sarah Tarter1 (Jul 27, 1836 - Aug 17, 1914)
ChartsJohn Wolfe Descendants

Citations

  1. [S141] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/

Barbara Wolfe1

F
Father*(?) Wolfe1
ChartsJohn Wolfe Descendants

Citations

  1. [S17] Richard MacIntyre.

Bardie C. Wolfe1,2

M
Father*Elbert Fleetwood Wolfe1 (Jan 18, 1861 - Jul 1, 1923)
Mother*Lula Izabelle Smith1,2 (Mar 1, 1869 - Aug 23, 1936)
ChartsWilliam Duncan Descendants
George McConnell Sr. Descendants
Robert Smith Descendants
Walter Stallard Descendants
John Wolfe Descendants

Citations

  1. [S13] Mark Cox Research Notes Anthony Wayne Cox.
  2. [S50] Beverly U. Wolfe, Jacob Wolfe of Scott County, p 174.

Catherine Wolfe1

F, (Oct 3, 1782 - )
Father*John Wolfe Sr.1,2 (circa 1758 - 07/--/1816)
Mother*Katherine Bahr1 (1760 - 1835)
ChartsJohn Wolfe Descendants
     ABRAHAM LANE AND CATHERINE WOLFE
Abraham Lane was born at Red Hill, Russell Co, Virginia, on January 18, 1783. This area is now part of Scott Co, Virginia, and located north of Gate City. He was a son of Corbin Lane and Frances Prock who moved from Baltimore Co, Maryland, and Bedford County, Pennsylvania, about 1779-81. He was a grandson of Samuel Lane and Jane Corbin of Baltimore, Maryland. Frances Prock's parents have not been identified, but it is possible that she was part of the Proctor family of Bedford County, Pennsylvania, and/or may be related the the Prock's that lived in Greene Co, Tennessee around 1800. Catherine Wolfe was born in North Carolina on October 3, 1782. The exact site is not known, but it was probably in the Moravian settlement (German) near present day Winston-Salem. Her parents were John Wolfe and Catherine Bar, who married in the northern part of present day West Virginia. Both parents were born in Germany and came to America as young children. The family lived in North Carolina in the 1780s and settled on the North Fork of the Holston River at Holston Springs near present day Yuma in 1789. John Wolfe was quite prosperous, but had a tragic life. After John Wolfe's death in 1811, Catherine Bar Wolfe lived the rest of her life with Abraham Lane. Corbin Lane surveyed 250 acres of land at Red Hill on February 18, 1782, and it was recorded in Lee County, Virginia. He was on the 1781 tax list in Washington County, North Carolina (now Tennessee), and sold 150 acres on a branch of Lick Creek on January 14, 1783. Corbin Lane did not appear on any tax lists in Washington County or Greene County between 1782 and 1786 so he apparently lived on the farm in Red Hill. He appeared again in Greene County, North Carolina (Tennessee) in 1787. Indian raids were a major problem in southwest Virginia at that time, so it is probable that the family left Virginia because of the threat. The Indian problem was eliminated in 1794, and Corbin Lane returned to the farm at Red Hill in 1795. The farm at Red Hill was in the valley north of the present day Red Hill Church; the church is located at the southeast corner of the farm. Abraham Lane started acquiring land in the early 1800s. The exact locations of his early land acquisitions have not been determined, but they are thought to have been in the area between present day Manville Road (Burnt Cabin Branch) and Corbin Lane's land at Red Hill. Abraham and Catherine moved the family to Floyd County, Kentucky, about 1808-1810. He and his brother Samuel appeared in the 1810 Floyd County census, and Joseph T. Lane is known to have been born in Kentucky. But all other children were apparently born in Scott County (then Russell County), Virginia, so the stay in Kentucky was short. After John Wolfe's death in 1811, Abraham and Catherine Lane led the other Wolfe children and filed a lawsuit to get a fair claim of the estate for each of the Wolfe children. By some tranactions prior to John Wolfe's death, Henry and John Jr had all of the estate. The Wolfe vs Wolfe court case lasted at least five years in Wytheville, Virginia. As a result, Catherine and the other children got shares of the estate. Interestingly, Abraham Lane's argument was that he was uneducated and unfairly treated by his brothers-in-law, but it was admitted that his wife Catherine was at least moderately educated. Abraham never signed his name but used an "x mark," but his lifelong behavior and prosperity indicated that he was at able to read and calculate - possibly quite well. There is a family legend that the huge oak tree at John Wolfe's grave in the Lane-Wisley Cemetery near Burnt Cabin Branch on Manville Road was planted by Abraham and Catherine Lane after bringing it back with them from Kentucky. The tree is in the white oak family, but seems to be different from other species in Scott County. Corbin Lane died in November, 1816, and willed the 250 acre farm at Red Hill to Abraham Lane. In 1820, Abraham built a 30 foot by 30 foot two story oak log house on the site. It was said to be the largest and finest log house in Scott County, and was located near the springs at the northern part of the valley of the Red Hill farm. In 1841, Abraham sold the Red Hill property to George Vineyard for $1000. By that time, the land consisted of six tracts totaling 500 acres. The Vineyard family at one time used the house as a church meeting place when the Red Hill Church burned. The house burned in 1943 while owned by Oscar and Eva (Lane) Wagner, and was documented at that time by a newspaper story by Professor I. C. Coley. Abraham Lane started acquiring land on Copper Creek in 1828 and by the 1840s he had about 1000 acres there. All land transactions have not been determined, but some of the larger tracts were between his home on Copper Creek and Manville. At one time, he surveyed most of the land on both sides of Copper Creek between his home near the mill dam and Bellamy Church a few miles downstream, but there is no evidence that he actually owned that land. In addition, he owned several tracts totaling about 350 acres on the North Fork, Holston River, that were part of the original John Wolfe estate. In 1836, Abraham Lane build the house on Copper Creek that still is occupied today. The house is on the south side of Copper Creek on the Manville Road near the point where it crosses Copper Creek. The Taylor Cemetery is across Manville Road from the house. There are thought to be about 150 Lane descendants buried in this cemetery, but most graves are unmarked. There are no grave markers for Abraham and Catherine Lane, but it is almost certain that they were buried in this cemetery. Abraham and Catherine had fourteen children, and all lived to be adults. The children and birthdates are known because a Family Bible was maintained; it was lost a few years ago but the family information had been copied.
Submitted by Donald W. Lane (dwlane@tricon.net) on Sun Mar 9 08:02:12 1997.3 Catherine Wolfe the original note read as:
ABRAHAM LANE AND CATHERINE WOLFE
Abraham Lane was born at Red Hill, Russell Co, Virginia, on January 18, 1783. This area is now part of Scott Co, Virginia, and located north of Gate City. He was a son of Corbin Lane and Frances Prock who moved from Baltimore Co, Maryland, and Bedford County, Pennsylvania, about 1779-81. He was a grandson of Samuel Lane and Jane Corbin of Baltimore, Maryland. Frances Prock's parents have not been identified, but it is possible that she was part of the Proctor family of Bedford County, Pennsylvania, and/or may be related the the Prock's that lived in Greene Co, Tennessee around 1800. Catherine Wolfe was born in North Carolina on October 3, 1782. The exact site is not known, but it was probably in the Moravian settlement (German) near present day Winston-Salem. Her parents were John Wolfe and Catherine Bar, who married in the northern part of present day West Virginia. Both parents were born in Germany and came to America as young children. The family lived in North Carolina in the 1780s and settled on the North Fork of the Holston River at Holston Springs near present day Yuma in 1789. John Wolfe was quite prosperous, but had a tragic life. After John Wolfe's death in 1811, Catherine Bar Wolfe lived the rest of her life with Abraham Lane. Corbin Lane surveyed 250 acres of land at Red Hill on February 18, 1782, and it was recorded in Lee County, Virginia. He was on the 1781 tax list in Washington County, North Carolina (now Tennessee), and sold 150 acres on a branch of Lick Creek on January 14, 1783. Corbin Lane did not appear on any tax lists in Washington County or Greene County between 1782 and 1786 so he apparently lived on the farm in Red Hill. He appeared again in Greene County, North Carolina (Tennessee) in 1787. Indian raids were a major problem in southwest Virginia at that time, so it is probable that the family left Virginia because of the threat. The Indian problem was eliminated in 1794, and Corbin Lane returned to the farm at Red Hill in 1795. The farm at Red Hill was in the valley north of the present day Red Hill Church; the church is located at the southeast corner of the farm. Abraham Lane started acquiring land in the early 1800s. The exact locations of his early land acquisitions have not been determined, but they are thought to have been in the area between present day Manville Road (Burnt Cabin Branch) and Corbin Lane's land at Red Hill. Abraham and Catherine moved the family to Floyd County, Kentucky, about 1808-1810. He and his brother Samuel appeared in the 1810 Floyd County census, and Joseph T. Lane is known to have been born in Kentucky. But all other children were apparently born in Scott County (then Russell County), Virginia, so the stay in Kentucky was short. After John Wolfe's death in 1811, Abraham and Catherine Lane led the other Wolfe children and filed a lawsuit to get a fair claim of the estate for each of the Wolfe children. By some tranactions prior to John Wolfe's death, Henry and John Jr had all of the estate. The Wolfe vs Wolfe court case lasted at least five years in Wytheville, Virginia. As a result, Catherine and the other children got shares of the estate. Interestingly, Abraham Lane's argument was that he was uneducated and unfairly treated by his brothers-in-law, but it was admitted that his wife Catherine was at least moderately educated. Abraham never signed his name but used an "x mark," but his lifelong behavior and prosperity indicated that he was at able to read and calculate - possibly quite well. There is a family legend that the huge oak tree at John Wolfe's grave in the Lane-Wisley Cemetery near Burnt Cabin Branch on Manville Road was planted by Abraham and Catherine Lane after bringing it back with them from Kentucky. The tree is in the white oak family, but seems to be different from other species in Scott County. Corbin Lane died in November, 1816, and willed the 250 acre farm at Red Hill to Abraham Lane. In 1820, Abraham built a 30 foot by 30 foot two story oak log house on the site. It was said to be the largest and finest log house in Scott County, and was located near the springs at the northern part of the valley of the Red Hill farm. In 1841, Abraham sold the Red Hill property to George Vineyard for $1000. By that time, the land consisted of six tracts totaling 500 acres. The Vineyard family at one time used the house as a church meeting place when the Red Hill Church burned. The house burned in 1943 while owned by Oscar and Eva (Lane) Wagner, and was documented at that time by a newspaper story by Professor I. C. Coley. Abraham Lane started acquiring land on Copper Creek in 1828 and by the 1840s he had about 1000 acres there. All land transactions have not been determined, but some of the larger tracts were between his home on Copper Creek and Manville. At one time, he surveyed most of the land on both sides of Copper Creek between his home near the mill dam and Bellamy Church a few miles downstream, but there is no evidence that he actually owned that land. In addition, he owned several tracts totaling about 350 acres on the North Fork, Holston River, that were part of the original John Wolfe estate. In 1836, Abraham Lane build the house on Copper Creek that still is occupied today. The house is on the south side of Copper Creek on the Manville Road near the point where it crosses Copper Creek. The Taylor Cemetery is across Manville Road from the house. There are thought to be about 150 Lane descendants buried in this cemetery, but most graves are unmarked. There are no grave markers for Abraham and Catherine Lane, but it is almost certain that they were buried in this cemetery. Abraham and Catherine had fourteen children, and all lived to be adults. The children and birthdates are known because a Family Bible was maintained; it was lost a few years ago but the family information had been copied. The children were as follows: 1. Mary "Polly" Lane (20 Jul 1803 - 1870/77) married William P. Peters.
2. John R. Lane (27 Feb 1805 - ) married Nancy Nelson. Nothing more is known of him.
3. Abraham Z. Lane Jr (16 Sep 1806 - 20 Jan 1891) married Barbara Lotts, widow of Squire Lane.
4. Samuel W. Lane (8 May 1808 - ) said to have married Miss Holman and moved to Middle Tennessee and/or Texas.
5. Joseph Tyler Lane (22 Mar 1810 - 6 Jan 1888) married Elizabeth Jane Shoemaker.
6. Squire Jacob Lane (23 Jan 1812 - abt 1840) married Barbara Lotts.
7. James Harry Lane (8 Jul 1814 - 1851) married Elizabeth Prewett.
8. Margaret Lane (15 Dec 1816 - 19 Nov 1891) married Robert A. Bailie Jr.
9. Jonas Lane (23 Sep 1818 - 31 Jul 1876) never married. He was disabled.
8. Enoch P. Lane (3 Apr 1820 - 24 Jul 1877) married Jane Bailie.
9. Katharine Lane (4 Nov 1821 - 29 Jan 1917) married John Cooley Taylor.
10. Frances Lane (19 Apr 1823 - 25 Oct 1889) married William Farley Templeton.
11. William D. Lane (15 Jun 1825 - abt Apr 1857) married Nancy W. Lawson.
12. Martha Lane (25 Jun 1827 - 4 May 1904) married Nelson Horton Taylor.
So far, 83 grandchildren and almost 7000 descendants have been identified for Abraham and Catherine Lane.
Donald W. Lane 9 Mar 1997



Submitted by Donald W. Lane (dwlane@tricon.net) on Sun Mar 9 08:02:12 1997.3 Her married name was Lane.4 She was born on Oct 3, 1782 at North Carolina, US; May have been born in Moravian settlement (German) near present Winston Salem. Jacob Wolfe book lists the date as October 2nd.1,4,3,2 She married Abram Lane, son of Corbin Lane and Frances Brock, on Jul 8, 1802.4,2

Family

Abram Lane (Jan 18, 1783 - )
Children

Citations

  1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.
  2. [S50] Beverly U. Wolfe, Jacob Wolfe of Scott County, p 4.
  3. [S22] Abraham Lane (biography), online http://www.rootsweb.com/~valee/bios/lane1.html
  4. [S17] Richard MacIntyre.

Charles Wolfe1

M, (circa 1755 - )
Father*(?) Wolfe1
ChartsJohn Wolfe Descendants
     Charles Wolfe was at Hawkins, Tennessee, US; Moved to Hawkins.1 He was born circa 1755.1 He was in 1796 at Sullivan, Tennessee, US; On Sullian tax list.1 He was in 1803 at Tennessee, US; Sold Land to nephew Adam Wolfe.1

Citations

  1. [S17] Richard MacIntyre.

Charles Herren Wolfe1

M, (Mar 27, 1857 - Apr 29, 1934)
Father*William Wolfe1 (Jan 29, 1835 - Jan 22, 1903)
Mother*Virginia Ann Vaughn1 (Nov 17, 1831 - Apr 10, 1910)
ChartsJohn Wolfe Descendants
     Charles Herren Wolfe was a farmer at Blountville, Sullivan, Tennessee, US.1 He was born on Mar 27, 1857.1 He married Margaret Ruth Parker on Aug 9, 1881.1 Charles Herren Wolfe died on Apr 29, 1934 at age 77.1

Family

Margaret Ruth Parker (7//1849 - Apr 24, 1934)
Children

Citations

  1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.

Clinton Marion Wolfe1

M
Father*Jasper Marion Wolfe1,2 (Feb 10, 1832 - Jun 13, 1897)
Mother*Mary Ann Davis1 (Sep 27, 1836 - Jul 4, 1914)
ChartsWilliam Duncan Descendants
Walter Stallard Descendants
John Wolfe Descendants

Citations

  1. [S50] Beverly U. Wolfe, Jacob Wolfe of Scott County, p 174.
  2. [S5] Nancy Clark, Gladys Julian Stallard, and Margaret Russell Stallard Baker, The Stallard Connection, p. 360.

Cordelia E. Wolfe1

F
Father*George Wolfe1 (Jul 11, 1808 - Feb 26, 1890)
Mother*Almira Davidson1 (Nov 10, 1811 - Oct 5, 1880)
ChartsJohn Wolfe Descendants

Citations

  1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.

Covey W. Wolfe1

?
Father*John Sherman Wolfe1 (Mar 4, 1866 - )
Mother*Martha Ramey1 (Nov 10, 1866 - Dec 2, 1925)
ChartsWilliam Duncan Descendants
Walter Stallard Descendants
John Wolfe Descendants

Citations

  1. [S13] Mark Cox Research Notes Anthony Wayne Cox.

Dionysius Wolfe

M, (Oct 11, 1827 - Dec 20, 1896)
Father*Jacob Wolfe1,2 (Jul 27, 1796 - May 30, 1863)
Mother*Jaela Stallard3 (Mar 29, 1802 - May 11, 1884)
ChartsWilliam Carter Descendants
William Duncan Descendants
William Skipwith Descendants
Walter Stallard Descendants
John Wolfe Descendants
     Dionysius Wolfe was born on Oct 11, 1827.3 He was born on Nov 5, 1828 at Scott, Virginia, US.2 He was Farmer in 1850 at Rye Cove, Scott, Virginia, US.4,5 He married Mary Carter, daughter of William B. Carter and Susanah Sturgeon, on Jan 6, 1852 at Scott, Virginia, US.4,6,2 Dionysius Wolfe died on Dec 20, 1896 at age 69.3,2 He was buried at Carter Cemetery, East Stone Gap, Scott, Virginia, US. Mary's father did not care for his son in law and would not allow him to be buried in the family cemetery. He was placed outside the enclosure. While the funeral services were underway for Dionysius his father in law's house burned down.3,7 He died on Dec 20, 1897 at age 70 there are conflicting dates. The tombstone indicates 1896, but family records shown it as 1897.2

Census

CensusLocationMemo
Cen 1850Scott, Virginia, USDionysius Wolfe was listed in the 1850 census at Scott, Virginia, US.5
Cens1850Western District, Scott, Virginia, USHe appeared on the 1850 Federal Census of Western District, Scott, Virginia, US, in the household of his parents, Jacob Wolfe and Jaela Stallard, age 21 working as a farmhand on the family farm.8

Family

Mary Carter (1830 - 1902)
Children

Citations

  1. [S50] Beverly U. Wolfe, Jacob Wolfe of Scott County, p 14.
  2. [S5] Nancy Clark, Gladys Julian Stallard, and Margaret Russell Stallard Baker, The Stallard Connection, Pg 360.
  3. [S39] Phyllis Lousie Willits Peterson, Scott Cemetery Vol. 2, p. 27.
  4. [S13] Mark Cox Research Notes Anthony Wayne Cox.
  5. [S11] 1850 census Scott County Virginia, family # 995.
  6. [S15] Mary D. Fugate, Scott County Marriages 1815 - 1853, p 57.
  7. [S62] Rita K. Sutton, Early Carters in Scott, pg 128.
  8. [S160] 1850 US Census, , 1850; Census Place: Western District, Scott, Virginia; Roll: M432_975; Page: 424A; Image: 416 Family Number: 995.

Elbert Fleetwood Wolfe1

M, (Jan 18, 1861 - Jul 1, 1923)
Father*Jasper Marion Wolfe2,3 (Feb 10, 1832 - Jun 13, 1897)
Mother*Mary Ann Davis2 (Sep 27, 1836 - Jul 4, 1914)
ChartsWilliam Duncan Descendants (#1)
William Duncan Descendants (#2)
George McConnell Sr. Descendants
Robert Smith Descendants
Walter Stallard Descendants (#1)
Walter Stallard Descendants (#2)
John Wolfe Descendants
     Elbert Fleetwood Wolfe was born on Jan 18, 1861.1,4 He married Lula Izabelle Smith, daughter of Reverend John A. Smith and Mary Dougherty, on Jul 4, 1899 at Scott, Virginia, US.1,4 Elbert Fleetwood Wolfe died on Jul 1, 1923 at age 62.1,4

Family

Lula Izabelle Smith (Mar 1, 1869 - Aug 23, 1936)
Children

Citations

  1. [S13] Mark Cox Research Notes Anthony Wayne Cox.
  2. [S50] Beverly U. Wolfe, Jacob Wolfe of Scott County, p 173.
  3. [S5] Nancy Clark, Gladys Julian Stallard, and Margaret Russell Stallard Baker, The Stallard Connection, p. 360.
  4. [S50] Beverly U. Wolfe, Jacob Wolfe of Scott County, p 174.
  5. [S90] Phyllis Lousie Willits Peterson, Scott County Marriage Book 4 1912-1931, p 53 8.

Elizabeth Wolfe1

F
Father*John Wolfe Jr.1 (Mar 27, 1781 - Feb 13, 1864)
Mother*Mary DeVault1 (Oct 11, 1785 - Dec 29, 1868)
ChartsJohn Wolfe Descendants
     Elizabeth Wolfe married Stephen Epperson.1

Citations

  1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.

Elvira Wolfe1

F
Father*John Wolfe Jr.1 (Mar 27, 1781 - Feb 13, 1864)
Mother*Mary DeVault1 (Oct 11, 1785 - Dec 29, 1868)
ChartsJohn Wolfe Descendants
     Elvira Wolfe married John M. Dickinson.1

Citations

  1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.

Emaline Wolfe1

F, (Feb 17, 1863 - Dec 13, 1935)
Father*George Wolfe1 (Jul 11, 1808 - Feb 26, 1890)
Mother*Almira Davidson1 (Nov 10, 1811 - Oct 5, 1880)
ChartsJohn Wolfe Descendants
     Her married name was Jayne.1 Emaline Wolfe was born on Feb 17, 1863.1 She married William T. Jayne on Jan 22, 1888.1 Emaline Wolfe died on Dec 13, 1935 at age 72.1

Citations

  1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.

Emaline Elizabeth Wolfe1

F, (Feb 17, 1863 - Dec 13, 1935)
Father*William Wolfe1 (Jan 29, 1835 - Jan 22, 1903)
Mother*Virginia Ann Vaughn1 (Nov 17, 1831 - Apr 10, 1910)
ChartsJohn Wolfe Descendants
     Her married name was Jayne.1 Emaline Elizabeth Wolfe was born on Feb 17, 1863.1 She married William T. Jayne on Nov 22, 1888.1 Emaline Elizabeth Wolfe died on Dec 13, 1935 at age 72.1

Family

William T. Jayne (Sep 15, 1864 - )

Citations

  1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.

Emily F. Wolfe1

F, (Aug 18, 1866 - )
Father*Reuban Wolfe1 (Apr 24, 1824 - Jun 27, 1890)
Mother*Mary E. Holt2 (Aug 21, 1838 - )
ChartsWilliam Duncan Descendants
Walter Stallard Descendants
John Wolfe Descendants
     Emily F. Wolfe was born on Aug 18, 1866.1

Citations

  1. [S13] Mark Cox Research Notes Anthony Wayne Cox.
  2. [S50] Beverly U. Wolfe, Jacob Wolfe of Scott County, p 31.

Emily Melvina Wolfe

F, (Jun 9, 1867 - Jan 7, 1963)
Father*Martin Van Buren Wolfe1,2,3,4,5 (Aug 14, 1840 - Apr 1, 1906)
Mother*Elizabeth Addington2,3,5 (Apr 9, 1846 - Aug 15, 1923)
ChartsRichard Cox Descendants
William Duncan Descendants
William Lawson Descendants
George McConnell Sr. Descendants
Walter Stallard Descendants
John Wolfe Descendants
     Emily Melvina Wolfe was also known as Emily Wolfe. She was born on Jun 9, 1867 at Scott, Virginia, US.2,6,3,5 She married David Lafayette Cox, son of David Cox and Amanda Lawson, on Dec 11, 1895 at Scott, Virginia, US, service performed by J M Wolfe.2,6,3,5 Her married name was Cox. Emily Melvina Wolfe's son Raymond B. Cox died on Oct 25, 1905.6,3 Emily Melvina Wolfe's daughter Nevada Cox died on Oct 25, 1905.6,3 Emily Melvina Wolfe died on Jan 7, 1963 at age 95.5

Census

CensusLocationMemo
Cens1870Floyd District, Scott, Virginia, USShe appeared on the 1870 Federal Census of Floyd District, Scott, Virginia, US, in the household of her parents, Martin Van Buren Wolfe and Elizabeth Addington, age 4.7
Cens1880Floyd District, Scott, Virginia, USShe appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Scott, Virginia, in the household of her parents, Martin Van Buren Wolfe and Elizabeth Addington, she was twelve years old.8
Cens1910Johnson District, Scott, Virginia, USEmily Melvina Wolfe and David Lafayette Cox appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Scott, Virginia, at Johnson District, enumerated May 5, 1910, their son was shown as David R Cox. She had given birth to four children with one currently living. They owned thier farm and all of them could read and write.9
Cens1920Lipps District, Wise, Virginia, USEmily Melvina Wolfe and David Lafayette Cox appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of Wise, Virginia, at Lipps District, enumerated Jan 20, 1920, they owned their farm and both could read and write.10
Cens1930Lipps District, Wise, Virginia, USEmily Melvina Wolfe and David Lafayette Cox appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of Wise, Virginia, at Lipps District, enumerated Apr 19, 1930, the farm they owned was listed as dwelling number 248 on the census roll..11

Family

David Lafayette Cox (Feb 18, 1861 - May 12, 1934)
Children

Citations

  1. [S2] M.Culbertson Bible.
  2. [S37] Phyllis Lousie Willits (Enhanced & indexed) Peterson, Scott Marriage 2 1854 - 1893, p 7 / 16.
  3. [S97] Nancy Clark Brown, The Addingtons of Virginia, p 658.
  4. [S97] Nancy Clark Brown, The Addingtons of Virginia, p 629.
  5. [S140] Donald W Lane, 2009.
  6. [S50] Beverly U. Wolfe, Jacob Wolfe of Scott County, p 325.
  7. [S130] 1870 US Census,, 1870; Census Place: Floyd, Scott, Virginia; Roll: M593_1677; Page: 513A; Image: 419; Family History Library Film: 553176.
  8. [S147] 1880 US Census, , 1880; Census Place: Floyd, Scott, Virginia; Roll: 1389; Family History Film: 1255389; Page: 180A; Enumeration District: 073.
  9. [S126] 1910 US Census,.
  10. [S144] 1920 US Census,.
  11. [S155] 1930 US Census,.

Emmanuel Wolfe1

M
Father*John Wolfe Jr.1 (Mar 27, 1781 - Feb 13, 1864)
Mother*Mary DeVault1 (Oct 11, 1785 - Dec 29, 1868)
ChartsJohn Wolfe Descendants
     Emmanuel Wolfe married Sallie Martin Kerr.1

Citations

  1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.

Emmanuel Wolfe1

M
Father*George Wolfe1 (Jul 11, 1808 - Feb 26, 1890)
Mother*Almira Davidson1 (Nov 10, 1811 - Oct 5, 1880)
ChartsJohn Wolfe Descendants

Citations

  1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.

Evaline Wolfe1

F
Father*George Wolfe1 (Jul 11, 1808 - Feb 26, 1890)
Mother*Almira Davidson1 (Nov 10, 1811 - Oct 5, 1880)
ChartsJohn Wolfe Descendants

Citations

  1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.

Fannie Louise Wolfe1

F, (May 5, 1866 - )
Father*William Wolfe1 (Jan 29, 1835 - Jan 22, 1903)
Mother*Virginia Ann Vaughn1 (Nov 17, 1831 - Apr 10, 1910)
ChartsJohn Wolfe Descendants
     Her married name was Thompson.1 Fannie Louise Wolfe was born on May 5, 1866.1 She married Edward Charles Thompson on May 25, 1890.1

Citations

  1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.

Flora Wolfe1

F, (1864 - )
Father*John Struban Wolfe1,2 (May 15, 1822 - Nov 15, 1868)
Mother*Rosa Dingus1 (1834 - 1886)
ChartsWilliam Duncan Descendants
Walter Stallard Descendants
John Wolfe Descendants
     Flora Wolfe was born in 1864.1 She married John Stapleton on Oct 15, 1885.1

Family

John Stapleton ( - Feb 26, 1890)
Children

Citations

  1. [S13] Mark Cox Research Notes Anthony Wayne Cox.
  2. [S5] Nancy Clark, Gladys Julian Stallard, and Margaret Russell Stallard Baker, The Stallard Connection, Pg 358.

George Wolfe1

M, (Oct 18, 1786 - )
Father*John Wolfe Sr.1,2 (circa 1758 - 07/--/1816)
Mother*Katherine Bahr1 (1760 - 1835)
ChartsJohn Wolfe Descendants
     George Wolfe was born on Oct 18, 1786.1,2 He married Betsy (?)2

Family

Betsy (?)

Citations

  1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.
  2. [S50] Beverly U. Wolfe, Jacob Wolfe of Scott County, p 4.

George Wolfe1

M, (circa 1765 - )
Father*(?) Wolfe1
ChartsJohn Wolfe Descendants
     George Wolfe was; Black dutch.1 He was born circa 1765.1 He was in 1797 at Hawkins, Tennessee, US; bought land in hawkins county.1

Citations

  1. [S17] Richard MacIntyre.

George Wolfe1

M
Father*George Wolfe1 (circa 1765 - )
ChartsJohn Wolfe Descendants

Citations

  1. [S17] Richard MacIntyre.

George Wolfe1

M
Father*John Wolfe1
ChartsJohn Wolfe Descendants
     George Wolfe married Serena McCallie before 1842.1

Family

Serena McCallie
Children

Citations

  1. [S17] Richard MacIntyre.

George Wolfe1

M, (Mar 11, 1842 - )
Father*George Wolfe1
Mother*Serena McCallie1
ChartsJohn Wolfe Descendants
     George Wolfe was born on Mar 11, 1842 at Copper Ridge, Hawkins, Tennessee, US; Near flat gap.1

Citations

  1. [S17] Richard MacIntyre.

George Wolfe1

M, (Jul 11, 1808 - Feb 26, 1890)
Father*John Wolfe Jr.1 (Mar 27, 1781 - Feb 13, 1864)
Mother*Mary DeVault1 (Oct 11, 1785 - Dec 29, 1868)
ChartsJohn Wolfe Descendants
     George Wolfe was; living in a home in front of the Holston Cemetery which was torn down.1 He was a farmer at Gate City, Scott, Virginia, US.1 He was born on Jul 11, 1808.1 He married Almira Davidson on Nov 29, 1832.1 George Wolfe died on Feb 26, 1890 at age 81.1

Family

Almira Davidson (Nov 10, 1811 - Oct 5, 1880)
Children

Citations

  1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.
  2. [S107] Scott County Deaths, online http://keithnichols.tripod.com/scottdeaths.html

George H Wolfe

M, (Mar 5, 1866 - Mar 24, 1866)
Father*Martin Van Buren Wolfe1,2 (Aug 14, 1840 - Apr 1, 1906)
Mother*Elizabeth Addington (Apr 9, 1846 - Aug 15, 1923)
ChartsWilliam Duncan Descendants
Walter Stallard Descendants
John Wolfe Descendants
     George H Wolfe was born on Mar 5, 1866.3 He was born on Mar 16, 1866.4 He died on Mar 24, 1866.1,3 He was buried at Wolfe Cemetery, Dungannon, Scott, Virginia, US.3

Citations

  1. [S2] M.Culbertson Bible.
  2. [S97] Nancy Clark Brown, The Addingtons of Virginia, p 629.
  3. [S42] Phyllis Lousie Willits Peterson, Scott Cemetery Vol. 5, p. 73.
  4. [S50] Beverly U. Wolfe, Jacob Wolfe of Scott County, p 324.