Miss Hattie Peacock Becomes the Wife of Dr. Allison of Texas

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
March 11, 1897, Page 1
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Married At Chattanooga.

Miss Hattie Peacock Becomes the Wife of Dr. Allison of Texas.


A quiet but interesting marriage was solemnized at Chattanooga, at the home of the bride’s brother, Mr. E. L. Peacock, on last Sunday, in which one of the participants was well known in this community. Miss Hattie Peacock whom Cartersville people remember most pleasantly, she having spent all of her life here until very recently, was married to Dr. A. A. Allison, of Edna, Tex., Dr. Garrets, of the First Baptist church, of Chattanooga, officiating. The groom is a gentleman of commendable traits and a physician of extensive practice and good standing in the Lone Star State. The bride is a lady of attractiveness, intelligence and many womanly graces and will prove a worthy companion to the excellent gentleman whose companionship she assumes.


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