Mr. John W. Akin to Miss Fannie T. Johnson

The Free Press Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia

May 25, 1882, Page 3

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At the residence of the bride’s mother, Mrs. Abda Johnson, of this city, on Thursday evening last, at 9 o’clock, by Rev. R. J. Bigham, of Edgewood, near Atlanta, Mr. John W. Akin, son of the late Hon. Warren Akin, and Miss Fannie T. Johnson were united in marriage, in the presence of their families and a few friends of the couple.  This is regarded as one of the most happy marriages that ever occurred in Cartersville.  The bride is an accomplished lady, while the groom is one of the most promising young attorneys in Cherokee Georgia, and, withal, a model young man in all relations of life.  We cannot express more than to say we wish for the couple a happy and prosperous married life, and that no misfortune shall befall them.


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