Samuel Kendrick Abbott weds Miss Susie Butler Freeman

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
November 8, 1900, page 5
 
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Abbott-Freeman.

Mrs. Mary D. Freeman announces the engagement of her daughter, Susie Butler Freeman, to Mr. Samuel Kendrick Abbott, of Atlanta, GA.  The wedding will take place January the sixteenth, at 12 o’clock at “Intervale,” the home of the bride’s mother, near this city.  The bride’s wedding gown will be white duchess satin draped in rose point lace, the same lace worn by her mother and grandmother.  The veil of real lace was also used in the family years ago.  The attendants will be Miss Susie Cunningham, maid of honor, Miss Lucia Abbott, Miss Ruth Cunningham, of Atlanta; Miss Estelle Calhoun, Mr. Edward Rockwell Austin, best man, Mr. Arthur Keely, Mr. Shepard Bryan, Mr. Edwin Peeples, Mr. Howell Peeples, Mr. Linton Tedford and Mr. Earl Donaldson, of Washington, D. C.; Mr. Robert C. Clark and Dr. W. S. Goldsmith.  Mr. Abbott and his bride will leave for Mexico and upon their return will go to house keeping in Atlanta.

Miss Freeman is a beautiful and charming young lady, and is one of the most popular young ladies in society.  Mr. Abbott is a popular young lawyer of Atlanta.  Mr. Abbott is to be congratulated upon winning such a lovely young lady. [A long article covering the wedding can be found on page 1 of January 17, 1901 issue.]

 

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