I may be way off base with this but the coincidences appear to lead to my conclusion.
Did a female named Byrd Bozarth bc 1893 in Iowa, marry a Henry D. Largent, bc1894 in Iowa?
This Byrd appears to have been a daughter of John and Maude Bozarth who lived in Black Hawk Iowa in 1900. Apparently John died 1900-1910 and Maude continued in that county in 1910 and 1920.
The Byrd of John and Maude had a sister named Harriet, bc1895 and brother Roger, bc 1897.
The Henry and Maude I am interested in had a daughter born in Saskatchewan, Canada in 1916 who they named Maude and were back in the U.S. in South Dakota in 1920 and 1930 and both died there.
This is not my line. I am filling holes in my data base and recently discovered this Henry Largent in the 1916 Canada Census.
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