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From: "A Ferne Baldwin" <>
Subject: RE: [BRE] David Wolf and Barbara Sellers
Date: Mon, 6 Oct 2003 14:50:30 -0500


I'm quite sure Winona died single Ferne Baldwin, Manchester College

-----Original Message-----
From: Karin Rettinger [mailto:]
Sent: Saturday, October 04, 2003 9:37 AM
To:
Subject: Re: [BRE] David Wolf and Barbara Sellers

Thanks for the obits, Ferne. Now I am seeking spouses of the daughters
of
Barbara and David Wolf. The names I have are Carrie Ellen, Lena May,
Rosetta Marie, Winona Almira, Gladys Dakota, Josie Gertrude and Jessie
Sophia. I do not have a name for the son. Is anyone else researching
this
line?

Karin Rettinger


----- Original Message -----
From: "A Ferne Baldwin" <>
To: <>
Sent: Friday, October 03, 2003 3:54 PM
Subject: RE: [BRE] David Wolf and Barbara Sellers


> I show seven daughters and one son... but one daughter died between
the
> death of the father in 1910 and the the death of the mother in 1952...
>
> Guess I should send along the obits since I don't believe you have
them
>
> >From Gospel Messenger December 6, 1952
>
> Wolf, Barbara E. Daughter of John H and Almira Sellers was born Sept.
3,
> 1863 at Bourbon, Ind. And died Oct. 31, 1952 in a Minot, N. Dak.
Nursing
> home. She was united in marriage with Elder David Wolf, who preceded
> her in death. Surviving are six daughters, one son, forty-two
> grandchildren and a number of great grandchildren. The funeral
service
> was conducted in the Thompson-Lawson funeral home, Minot, N. Dak. By
the
> undersigned. Interment was in the Surrey Church of the Brethren
> cemetery. -- Ralph W. Anderson, Surrey, N. Dak.
>
> >From The Gospel Messenger -- October 29, 1910
>
> Wolf, Bro. David Wesley, born near Chili, Miami County, Ind. Aug. 16,
> 1865, died Aug. 17, 1910, at his home near Granville, N. Dak., in the
> bounds of the White Rock congregation, N. Dak., aged 45 years and l
day.
> He had a siege of typhoid fever during the month of July. The fever
led
> to a general inflammation of the organs of his body which finally
caused
> his death. He was anointed July 18 by Eld. J. E. Joseph, assisted by
> the writer. He was married Aug 29, 1885. He was the father of seven
> daughters and one son. He is survived by his wife, eight children,
two
> sisters and two brothers. In the Barron congregation, Wisc., he was
> elected to the ministry, July, 1908 and the following year was
advanced
> to the second degree at the same place. He lived a consistent
Christian
> life. He had recently moved to the White Rock church, N. Dak. And we
> had hoped he would impart new life to the cause, but the Lord willed
> otherwise and "His will be done." Services by Eld. J. E. Joseph in
the
> White Rock church. Interment in the cemetery near by. Joseph D.
Reish,
> Mount Morris, Ill.
>
>
> A Winona Wolf who died in ND at age 22 in 1922 may have been a
daughter
>
> Sent by Ferne Baldwin
> Manchester College
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Karin Rettinger [mailto:]
> Sent: Friday, October 03, 2003 10:18 AM
> To:
> Subject: [BRE] David Wolf and Barbara Sellers
>
> I am seeking information on the descendants of David Wesley Wolf b.
1865
> and
> Barbara Ellen Sellers b. 1863. Barbara was born in Northern Indiana.
> Either Wabash County or Marshall County.
>
> Karin Rettinger
>
>
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