Charles F. Baker weds Miss Carry D. Moon

 
The Free Press
Cartersville, Georgia
October 18, 1883, page 3
 
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Atlanta Constitution: On Sunday morning at 10 o’clock at the residence of Captain G. S. Avry, on Academy street, by Rev. H. M. Quillian, was married Charles F. Baker, one of Atlanta’s enterprising young men, to Miss Carry D. Moon, daughter of P. L. Moon, of Cartersville. Miss Moon was one of Cartersville’s most beautiful, intelligent, and popular young ladies. They left Acworth on the noon train for Atlanta as happy as mortals usually get. The many friends of Miss Moon wish her a happy life.

 

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