George Wolf, born in Ellsos, France, in 1824, came to America with his father in 1853, and purchased a farm in Ashland County, Ohio, in company with his father. In 1848 he married Mary Cross, who died August 1, 1869. She was the mother of seven children. In 1870 he married Hannah Sanders. After the death of his father he sold the old homestead and purchased the farm on which he now lives, and has accumulated a nice fortune.
He has held the office of school director for six years, and has been supervisor several terms. He is a member of the old Lutheran Church, in which he has been elder for twelve years, and is a highly respected member of society. In politics he is a Democrat. He had seven children: John, who married Matilda Kayler; Mary, deceased, who was the wife of John Keik, Margaret, wife of Jonathan Tobe; Catharine, George, Caroline and Jacob.