Walter Chesterfield Barnwell to wed Miss Louise Cary

The News
Cartersville, Georgia
March 5, 1901, Page 1
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State social circles are much interested in the coming marriage of Miss LOUISE CARY, of this city, to Mr. BARNWELL, a prominent young business man of Atlanta, which event will occur June 5th.  Miss Cary is the  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Cary, of this city, a young lady of many graces and charms, who is very popular with her many friends and admirers.  The marriage will be the social event of the season, and will occur at the Methodist church.


May 24, 1901
Page 1

Invitations Issued for the Coming Nuptials of Popular People.

Wedding invitations are being received, worded as follows:

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ernest Cary
Request the pleasure of your company
At the marriage of their daughter
Mr. Walter Chesterfield Barnwell
On the evening of Wednesday, the fifth of June
At eight o’clock
At the Methodist Church
Cartersville, Ga.

The groom is an excellent young business man of Atlanta, who has won a most beautiful young lady.  Miss Cary is a social favorite and her hosts of friends wish her unbounded happiness. [A long article covering the marriage can be found on page 1 of the June 7, 1901 issue.]



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