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Mike Watson: Dunnville, KY was a village of bells in 1898

By Mike Watson

Thought this might be of passing interest. From the Adair County News, 15 June 1898, Dunnville newsletter:
'This town, perhaps, has more bells than any other village of its size in Kentucky. There are eight farm bells, five hand dinner bells, one church bell, one school bell, and nine persons by the name of Bell, one of whom is named Belle Bell. [Dunnville]' - MW
Mike Watson is author of many books of history on Adair County, KY and is a frequent contributor to ColumbiaMagazine.com



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