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Manforth Raymond "Ray" Vanderford (5133)

Father: Richard Franklin Vanderford (4057)
Mother: Mary Matilda "Mollie" Scott


b. September 19, 1875 in Indiana [census-Ind]

d. 1938, buried in Greenhill Cemetery in Whitley Co., Indiana [Whitleynet]

m. October 25, 1903 in Whitley County, Indiana, Book6:432[Whitleynet] Rhua Welsheimer, b. January 5, 1885, d. October 1972 buried in Greenhill Cemetery, Whitley County, Indiana [Whitleynet], daughter of Philip Hobart Welsheimer and Ella Doressa Ruckman. [ancestry-Brewer]

Issue: [ancestry-Welsheimer]

Mary E. Vanderford, b. September 8, 1907 in Indiana

Information:

1910:
Ray was a blacksmith and they were living at 185 Jackson Street, Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana. [census-Ind]

September 18, 1912:
Rhua left Monday evening to visit freinds in Fort Wayne for a few days according to the Fort Wayne News. [ancestry]

February 19, 1914:
Rhua won the consolation prize at the pedro club meeting Tuesday evening according to the Fort Wayne Sentinal. [ancestry]

September 1917:
According to his WWI Draft Registration Card, Ray was an electrical, mechanical and signal technician and living at 208 Spruce, Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana. He was of medium height and build with brown eyes and hair.

1920:
Ray was working for the railroad in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana. [census-Ind]

1930:
Ray was working for the railroad and living in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana. His daughter Mary was a stenographer.


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