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Dyson HENCH & Mary MULLEN marriage (1909)
Posted by: jerry hurlbert (ID *****3682) Date: February 11, 2009 at 00:08:28
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My great aunt Mary MULLEN was married to Dyson (or Dysen) HENCH. We recently received the following transcription of a newspaper clipping. [transcription at the bottom of this note]

I would like very much to be able to get a copy of the original news article.

Both Mary and Mr. HENCH died early in the 1900's leaving one daughter who was raised in Seattle by her father's sister. She has since died, but never knew much about her father's family. She was my first cousin once removed on her mother's line and we are trying to finish up the history for the rest of our family. If anyone can lead me to background info on either of these families, I would certainly appreciate it.

Jerry Hurlbert

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THE TIMES - NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERRY COUNTY, P A.

THURSDAY, August 6,1908 HENCH ~ MULLEN

Rev. D. M. Hench, evangelist, of Chambersburg, and Miss Mary B. Mullen, of Lovejoy Institute, Tyrone, North Carolina, were united in the bonds of holy wedlock on Thursday, July 30, at the home of the bride's sister, in Pittsburg, by the Rev. J. D. Murray. The bride was a former Missionary to Africa. They will reside at Lovejoy Institute, Tyrone, N. C. after September J 5. The groom is well known.
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