Mr. Bilbro weds Miss Lula Jones

 
The Cartersville Courant
Cartersville, Georgia
June 24, 1886, page 3
 
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We inadvertently omitted to mention in our last issue the marriage of Miss Lula Jones to Mr. Bilbro, of Atlanta.  Miss Lula is clever young lady and will make a noble wife for a sterling business man, who is to be congratulated on securing such a prize.

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The Cartersville American
June 15, 1886, page 3

Hymeneal.

Tuesday evening, June 8th, Miss Lula B. Jones, of our city, was married to Mr. C. R. Bilbro, of Atlanta.  Miss Lula is a daughter of Col. R. H. Jones, president of the R. H. Jones & Sons’ M’f’g. Co.  She is an accomplished young lady – a graduate of the LaGrange Female College.  She will be especially missed in musical circles, being very highly cultured in music. 

Mr. Bilbro stands very high in Atlanta socially, and is one of the first business young men of that city, being a member of the wholesale hardware firm of Morrison, Bain & Co.  They left for Atlanta, their future home on Saturday, the 12th inst.  We wish for them a long life of happiness.

 

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