List of people from Ellis County, Kansas

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Walter Chrysler, the founder of the Chrysler Corporation was born in Ellis, Kansas.

This is a list of people from Ellis County, Kansas. Inclusion on the list should be reserved for notable people past and present who have resided in the county, either in cities or rural areas.

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See also List of Fort Hays State Tigers head football coaches

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