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THE WESTERN STAR, 15 May 1908
Marriage of
WM. E. MARTIN & NEVADA E. WINTERS
MARTIN - WINTERS.

Probate Judge Connaughton granted a marriage license on Tuesday to Wm. E. Martin and Miss Nevada E. Winters, both of Protection tp. We understand that the young couple were married on Tuesday evening or on Wednesday by Rev. A. L. Crumley. The groom is an employee on the J. H. Wagner farm near Protection. The bride came to Comanche co. with her parents only a few months ago from Indiana and resided on the John Stokes place east of Protection. Although comparatively new-comers in this county, Mr. and Mrs. Winters have already made many friends. May a long and happy married life be theirs.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier


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