America's oldest WWI vet meets with D...

America's oldest WWI vet meets with Dick Berry

There are 1 comment on the WTOL-TV Toledo story from Nov 13, 2007, titled America's oldest WWI vet meets with Dick Berry. In it, WTOL-TV Toledo reports that:

“He tells the story of driving his car on the newly made roads that went to Iowa to pursue a job there. That was when Iowa was a territory and not a state”

He was born in Tiro, Ohio -- before there was electricity. Today, he gets an occasional autograph request or a visit from someone wanting to know more about his life. via WTOL-TV Toledo

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Dorothy Miller Broome

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#1 Dec 23, 2007
Where did the Coffey family live in Tiro? Does anyone know?

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