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Flora Dunlop
Ponca City Democrat
Auguest 10, 1905
Submitted by: Shirley Harlan


Flora Dunlop
1877 - 1905

Mrs. Flora B. Dunlop, born March 30, 1877 at Holden, Mo., departed this life July 30, 1905.
Her early life was spent at Holden, Mo. She joined the Christian Church at the age of 13 years and has lived a consistent Christian life. She finished in the public school at Holden. Her parents moved to Allen, Kansas, where her father died in 1895. She taught school in Kansas for four years, attending school at the State Normal during vacations.
She came to Oklahoma during September 1900, making her home with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shaw of Blackwell. She taught school near Tonkawa two years and two years near Blackwell. She governed her schools by gaining the affection and love of her pupils.
She was married to Robert Dunlop, our County Treasurer, June 7, 1904 by Rev. H. Moore at Blackwell. She leaves an infant daughter, her husband, mother and three brothers and many friends who mourn her absence. Her maiden name was Flora B. Christian.
The funeral services were conducted by Rev. R. H. Lloyd of Ponca City, at the Christian Church in Newkirk. Her remains were interred at Prairie View Cemetery near Tonkawa.


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