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Phenno Victor Vanderford (5209)

Father: Willaim B. Vanderford (4066)
Mother: Mary E. Vanderford (dau 4041)

b. February 24, 1884 in Halfway, Benton Township, Polk County, Missouri. [RollC5519#408]

d. April 28, 1968 in Los Angeles County, California [CAdeaths]

mc. 1904, Eva M. Wiggins, b. 1875 in Missouri [census-MO]

Issue: [census-MO]

Ralph W. Vanderford, b. October 31, 1905 in Weaubleau, Hickory County, Missouri, d. July 18, 1954 in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, buried July 20, 1954 in Robinson Cemetery, Weaubleau, Hickory County, Missouri

m. Winnifred
info: at the time of his death Ralph was living at 1614 Linwood, Kansas City, Missouri and was a superintendent at an insurance company.

Paul B. Vanderford, b. April 11, 1907 in Kansas, d. May 1987 in Weaubleau, Hickory County, Missouri [aa]

m. Ethel Cordell, b. 1907 in Missouri, daughter of F. M. and Gussie Cordell [census-MO]

Mable Vanderford, b. 1910 in Kansas

Claude Ratcliff Vanderford, b. January 21, 1912 in Missouri, d. August 9, 1987 in San Bernadino County, California [CAdeaths]


Phenno was farming in Haskell Township, Haskell County, Kansas. [census-Kan]

September 12, 1918:
According to Victor's World War I Draft Registration Card he was in the merchantile business in Elkton, Hickory County, Missouri. He was of medium height and of stout build with blue eyes and black hair. [wwi]

Phenno was a merchant in a general store and his wife was a saleslady in a general store. The family lived in Tyler Township, Hickory County, Missouri. [census-MO]

Phenno was farming in Weaubleau Township, Hickory County, Missouri. Mable and Claude were at home. Paul and his wife were living nearby with her parents. [census-MO]

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