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THE WESTERN STAR, 21 October 1893
Obituary of THOMAS DICKEN
Thomas Dicken, the young man we mentioned last week as being seriously ill near Evansville, died Friday night of last week at the residence of his father-in-law, W. W. Campbell. His death, was caused from malarial
fever, that was suppose to have precipitated by exposure incident to a trip in the strip about the time of the opening. Mr. Dicken was formerly from Missouri. A year ago last February, he was united in marriage to
Miss Gertie Campbell, of this county, and since that time he has resided in Kansas. (In this and Barber counties.) The remains were laid to rest in the Coldwater cemetery last Sunday.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier


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