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THE WESTERN STAR, 6 December 1901
Marriage of
J. W. DUNN & DOLLIE KERSEY
DUNN and KERSEY

On Tuesday, November 26, 1901, in Ashland, Kansas, J. W. Dunn and Miss Dollie Kersey, both of Kiowa co., Kansas. Both bride and groom are well known in this county, having lived here for a few years. Mr. Dunn is a prominent ranch man of Kiowa co. and is honored by all who know him. He lives on the Mills ranch which he purchased about a year ago. The bride has relatives in this city; also in the eastern part of the county, where she taught a term or two of school. She is an estimable young lady and has many friends wherever she is known. The Star extends its beat wishes.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier


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