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Nathaniel H. Wolfe 1805-1873
Posted by: tom thompson (ID *****7714) Date: July 26, 2009 at 08:00:16
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His picture was hanging in the Produce Exchange where can I find a copy of this painting?

Anyone researching this Wolf line?
Nathaniel H. Wolfe would be my 3rd.Great-Granduncle.

Nathanieal H. Wolfe born 31 March 1805 Norfolk, Virginia.
Died: 1873 buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Bronx, NY.
Father: Benjamin Wolf, born about 1782-1811
Mother: Elizabeth_______born about 1783 Germany.

What was Elizabeth's maiden name? After Ben Wolfe died about 1811 in Norfolk, Virginia she married 1812 to Joseph Savier-Marguttie in Norfolk, Virginia.

Nathaniel H. Wolfe marries about 1829 in New York, New York to Miss. Almira B. Card born 1805 in New York.
Almira B. (nee Card) Wolfe died 1885 buried Woodland cemetery, Bronx, NY.

What became of their children?

Joseph Wolfe born 1829 NY.
Nathaniel Wolf born 1832 NY
Almira Virginia Wolfe born 1837 NY.
Florence Wolf born 1837 NY.
Agnes Wolf born 1838 NY.
Agusta Wolfe born 1839 NY.
Adelaide Wolfe born 1842 NY.
Fredrick Wolfe born 1846 NY.
Clara Nattile Wolfe born 1847 NY.

Who two of the Wolfe children married:

Almira Virginia Wolf married 10 Jan 1877 to John M. Roundtree in Manhatten, NY.

Clara Nattile Wolf married 14 Oct. 1874 to John Woodhaul VanCleve in Manhatten.

Nathaniel H. Wolfe and the New York Corn & Produce Exchange

The New York Produce Exchange.; Wide Scope of Its Operations and History of Its Growth September 22, 1901, Wednesday.
Finally, in 1853, the Corn Exchange was duly incorporated at Albany, with Joseph Ketcham as chairman and Nathanial Wolf as presiding officer. A store on South Street had been rented as a meeting place, but the change did not prove very popular, and attance at the meetings was small, until provision dealers and shipping merchants began to join, which gave an impetus to the new association, and in 1860 the Produce Exchange was erected at the corner of Whitehall and Pearl Streets.


A largely attended meeting of the New York Produce exchange was held yesterday, to take suitable action regarding the decease of Nathaniel H. Wolfe, who died at the Fifth ave Hotel on Monday. Mr Wolfe was identified with the produce interests of New York for about 40 years, and was a member of the Produce Exchange from its opening.

Thanks for any information or leads.
Tom Thompson
Bradenton, FL.

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