I show Catherine to be the daughter of Joseph Wolfenbarger and Nancy (this is where it gets cloudy) Welch/Hansen/Hackerload. The last name depends on whom you talk to.My great-grandmother Wolfenbarger always said either Welch or Hansen, but some here on line say Hackerload.I have not found solid evidence for any of the last names, but it has been some time since I was into the Wolfenbarger side.My connection to your Catherine is Catherine's brother, William Walker Wolfenbarger.
My information for Catherine is not proven.I found some info (can't remember where right now) that said Catherine married a William William 15 Jan 1835(which I did find in the 1850 census) and then divorced and married an Enoch Mcey 15 Jul 1858.Which I did find in the 1860 census, strong evidence that the info may be accurate (see below). I just never had the time to follow-up.
So, while it may not be a silver bullet, it may be enough to get you moving in the right direction.
Below is what I have in my working notes for Catherine and some suppositions about her:
1850 Grainger County, Tennessee, District 13, 20 November 1850, Page 218, Line 21:
House 1553 Williams, WmM33FarmerTN CatherineF31TN SusanF12TN ElizabethF11TN JosephM8TN Nancy E.F7TN LucindaF5TN John R.M4TN IssacM3TN James S.M11/12TN
William is Catherine’s first husband.Catherine cannot read/write.
1860 Grainger County, Tennessee, District 10, Rutledge Post Office, 11 August 1860, Page 174, Line 12:
If this is the right Catherine, it appears that she and William Williams divorced. William Williams lives in Grainger Co. (pg 204), married to a Susan, and has the children from his and Catherine’s marriage.I will have to research a little bit more to figure out whom the Wolfenbarger children are that are living with Enoch and Catherine.John, Malinda, William, and Joseph are in school.