was the son of John R. Wolf Jr.
. He married an unknown person . George Wolf was an iron merchant. George died in 1858 at Columbia, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania
. He was New Tag Obituary from the December 28, 1858 York Peoples' Advocate:
"Mr. Wolf was born in this Borough, and made his home in York during the earlier years of his life. In his early manhood he removed to Columbia, where he continued to reside until the grim messenger, Death, closed his eyes forever in this world. It was in Columbia that these sterling traits of character were developed which won the confidence, esteem and love of he citizens of his adopted Borough, to an extent seldom attained by any man. In his death, Columbia has met with an irreparable loss - the loss of one of her foremost and best citizens, whose place can never be filled, for although indeed Columbia can boast of many noble men, she has but one George Wolf. It was the fortune of the writer of this notice to live side by side in neighborly and daily intercourse with the deceased, for many, many years, and he was never met with a nobler specimen of a man than Mr. W., -- he who continually overflowed "with the milk of human kindness," and whose life's delight it was to minister to the happiness of others. Alas! the "places that knew him once will know him no more for ever," and Death in him claimed a "bright and shining light" for its own, leaving but to those who survive him the memory of his noble nature, genial disposition and generous heart, who will cherish his memory while Time shall be for them, and the example of his good deeds remain continually in their vision. Farewell, my friend! sad and bitter is the parting, but the grim monster severs all ties in his ruthless career. I "knew him but to love him," and in no ordinary spirit of sorrow and regret is this brief tribute to the worth of my departed, noble friend. Farewell! T.D.C."
On 28 December 1858 at York Co., Pennsylvania