J. R. Wolf, a well known young farmer of St. Clair Township, is a. veteran of the World War. He was born at
Sebring, Ohio, Dec. 19, 1900, and is the son of George O. and Edna (Douglas) Wolf.
George O. Wolf is a substantial citizen of Columbiana County. He has spent his entire life in agricultural work
and owns 160 acres of well improved land. He is a Democrat and a member of the First Christian Church. To Mr. and
Mrs. Wolf 11 children were born, as follows: J. R., the subject of this sketch; Margaret, and Georgia, both deceased;
Edna, and Louise, both at home; Virginia, deceased; Mary, Robert, Fred, Sarah, and George, all at home.
J. R. Wolf attended the public and high schools of East Liverpool, and learned the potter's trade when a young
man. He is now engaged in general farming and is meeting with success.
During the World War Mr. Wolf volunteered for service and enlisted in the Navy, Sept. 1, 1917. He was stationed
at the Great Lakes Training Station, and later sent to Philadelphia. He did special work with the Marine Corps
at Quantico, Va., and was transferred to U. S. S. Connecticut at Philadelphia., and was discharged Sept. 1, 1921,
as a second class pharmacist's mate.
In 1921 Mr. Wolf was married to Miss Ruth E. Werner, of East Liverpool, and they had three children: Ralph Werner;
Mildred Louise; and George Curtis, deceased.
Mr. and Mrs. Wolf hold membership in the First Christian Church and are favorably known throughout Columbiana County.
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
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Names N to Z
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