Carl Kauffman

 

Henry Carlton Kauffman was the second child born to Ezra and Clara Kauffman July 18, 1890 at Hot Sulphur Springs.

He served in WWI and in 1917 he was living at 1823 S Grant in Denver and was 26 years old.

He was a teamster for E. W. Robinson located at West Iowa and Cherokee.  He was 5’7″ tall, had brown hair and brown eyes.

After the war he continued to live with his mother and stepfather.

Marriage was listed to Mrs. Alice Coffman, Nov 25, 1948 and they were divorced in 1949.

Henry C Kauffman died on October 11, 1975 in Colorado

 

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