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THE WESTERN STAR, 6 December 1901
Marriage of
BERRY McBRIDE & LULU MUDGE
McBRIDE and MUDGE

On Sunday, December 1, 1901, at the Clark hotel in Greensburg, Kansas, Berry McBride and Mrs. Lulu Mudge, both of Greensburg.

Berry McBride is almost a native of Comanche co., having lived here for many years. He is an industrious and worthy young man. For some time he has been working at his trade, carpentering, in Greensburg and is doing quite well. The bride moved to Greensburg a few months ago from Englewood, and is worthy in every way of him with whom she has joined in the solemn marriage vows. May many joys ever attend them.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier


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