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Edith Shirar1

Female
b. August 1895


Father Ulysses Frank Shirar1 b. 12 February 1868, d. 27 January 1952
Mother Leona Jane "Lee" Short1 b. 26 March 1877, d. 9 March 1936
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Note*   Edith married a Mr. Adams. It is unknown what happened to the couple as their daughter Francine C. Adams is living with Edith's parents in the 1920 and 1930 census. Dorcas Beaver found a gravestone at Memorial Burial Park for Efith Shirar Douglas. It is likelty she remarried. The dates n the stone are 1896--1919. This would explain why Francine was living with her grandparents. 
Birth* August 1895  San Antonio, Bexar Co., TX1,2 
Census 1900  1900 Federal Census, Texas, Karnes County, 5th Justice Precinct, Runge School Corp., ED: 64, Series: T623, Roll: 1650, Page: 297A, June 30
Sheet 21A
(enumerated with father, U F Shirar)
25, 377, 381, Shirar, Edith, Daughter, W, F, Aug 1895, 4, S, , , , Texas, Texas, Texas, , , , , , , Yes, Yes, Yes, , , ,2 
Census* 1910  1910 Federal Census, Texas, Bexar County, San Antonio, Ward 4, ED: 32, Series: T624, Roll: 1532, Page: 186B, April 24
Sheet 12B, 115 Hill Crest Ave
(enumerated with father, Hugh F Shirar)
83, 206, 216, Shirar, Edith, Daughter, F, W, 14, S, , , , Texas, Kansas, Texas, , English, None, , , , , Yes, Yes, Yes, , , , , , ,1 

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


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