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Re: George Wolfenbarger - Son of W. W. Wolfenbarger (Newton Co., MO)
Posted by: Shanonn Wehde (ID *****0755) Date: July 17, 2012 at 18:52:13
In Reply to: George Wolfenbarger - Son of W. W. Wolfenbarger (Newton Co., MO) by Glenn Hoyt of 385

Glen,I am the great great grandaughterof George Tillman Wolfinbarger who was the son
of William Walker Wolfinbarger. George was
born near Washburn in Grainger Co., TN on
September 13, 1853 and moved with his parents to
Newton Co., near Neosho, MO. He married
Estaina Bruin while in Missouri. They had several
children before Estaina died. George married
Adeline Hannon who was born on July 28, 1859 in
Neosho, MO. They had eight children. George
was the father of Ida, James, Tandy, John, Ole,
Tina, William, Bertha, Jesse, and Letty.
They moved to Montana in 1888 and
homesteaded near Darby. Darby is in Ravalli
County which borders on Idaho on the far western
side of Montana. This area is referred to as the
“Bitter Root Valley”. George retired from
farming about 1930. Except for a brief time in
California and Oregon, George and Adeline live in
the Bitter Root Valley near Darby, MT until they
died. George died in Woodside, MT at the age of
88 on July 27, 1944 and Adeline died in Hamilton,
MT at age 85 on October 17, 1944. They are
buried in Lone Pine Cemetery in Darby.
James was my great grandfather and his son Raymond was my grandfather


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