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Valrie M. Kiracofe1

Female
b. August 1892


Father Charles William Kiracofe1 b. 7 December 1865, d. 19 February 1926
Mother Anna Mary Hileman1 b. 5 February 1872, d. 22 November 1943
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Birth* August 1892  Willshire Twp., Van Wert Co., OH1 
Census* 1900  1900 Federal Census, Ohio, Van Wert County, Willshire Township, ED: 98, Series: T623, Roll: 1329, Page: 305B, June 11
Sheet 6B
(enumerated with father, Charles W Kiracofe)
91, 118, 122, Kiracofe, Valrie M, Daughter, W, F, May, 1896, 4, S, , , , Ohio, Ohio, Ohio, , , , , , , , , , , , ,1 
Census 1910  1910 Federal Census, Ohio, Van Wert County, Willshire Township, ED: 113, Series: T624, Roll: 1238, Page: 249A, May 6
Sheet 8A
(enumerated with father, Charly W Kiracofe)
36, 100, 101, Kiracofe, Valrie M, Daughter, F, W, 13, S, , , , Ohio, Ohio, Ohio, , , English, None, , , , , Yes, Yes, Yes, , , , , , ,2 
Census 1920  1920 Federal Census, Indiana, Allen County, Wayne Township, Fort Wayne, Ward 6, ED: 58, Series: T625, Roll: 422, Page: 63A, January 16
Sheet 19A, 932 Grace Avenue
(enumerated with father, Charles W Kiracofe)
23, 443, 455, Kiracofe, Valie M, Daughter, , , F, W, 23, S, , , , , Yes, Yes, Ohio, , Ohio, , Ohio, , Yes, ?, ?, W,3 

Citations
  1. [S246] 1900 U.S. Federal Census , 1900 U.S. Federal Census.
  2. [S73] 1910 U.S. Federal Census , 1910 U.S. Federal Census.
  3. [S247] 1920 U.S. Federal Census , 1920 U.S. Federal Census.


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