Glynn Wolfe

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Glynn Wolfe, also known as Scotty Wolfe (July 25, 1908 – June 10, 1997), was a Baptist minister who resided in Blythe, California. He was famous for holding the record for the largest number of monogamous marriages (29). His shortest marriage lasted 19 days, and his longest lasted eleven years. His final marriage was to Linda Wolfe (née Essex), she happens to hold the record for the most married woman. The marriage was a publicity stunt, and a week after the wedding, Essex went back to her hometown in Indiana but she kept her married name.

Wolfe died in Redlands, California a month and a half before his 89th birthday.

Marriages[edit]

Some marriages remain unverified. However, according to the Guinness Book of records, this list is accurate.

1st. Marcie McDonald (1926–1927; her death)

2nd. Stephanie Delaney (1928–1930; divorced)

3rd. Victoria Ernest (1931; divorced)

4th. Katherine Johnson (1932; divorced)

5th. Rachel Jennigs-Prescott (1932–1934; divorced)

6th. Charlotte Devane (1935–1936; divorced)

7th. Valerie Harborn (1936; divorced)

8th. Charlotte Devane (1936–1938; her death)

9th. Frances Hunter (1939; her death)

10th. Carol Demmings (1940–1944; divorced)

11th. Priscilla Ralph (1946–1947; divorced)

12th. Katherine Archer (1948; divorced)

13th. Lisa Waters (1948; divorced)

14th. Katherine Archer (1949–1951; divorced)

15th. Nina Morgan-Stuart (1954; divorced)

16th. Chase Jones (1955; divorced)

17th. Kathleen Briggs (1958; divorced)

18th. Sharon Goodwin (1958–1959; divorced)

19th. Sharon Goodwin (1960; divorced)

20th. Demerle Goin-Rankin (1964; divorced)

21st. Julia Santiago (1968; divorced)

22nd. Gloria Mascari (1969; divorced)

23rd. Vivan Alvers (1970–1973; her death)

24th Maria Velez (1977–1980; divorced)

25th. Guadalupe Chavez (1979; divorced)

26th. Maria Chavez (1979–1984; divorced)

27th. Eileen Shelton (1982–1984; divorced)

28th. Christine Camacho (1984–1995; divorced)

29th. Linda Wolfe (née Essex) (1996 – until his death June 10, 1997)

Bonnie Lee Bakley claimed to have been his 26th wife, but does not show up on this list.

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References[edit]

  • The New York Times, January 30, 1984 "75, He Takes a 26th Wife. Glynn Scotty Wolfe, who is 75, married for the 26th time Saturday at a wedding chapel on the Las Vegas Strip. Wearing a black tuxedo and an ear-to-ear smile, Mr. Wolfe walked out of the chapel with his bride, 38-year-old Christine Camacho, the oldest of his brides."