A. E. Brogdon weds Miss Ella Dyar

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
June 22, 1899, page 1
 
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An Adairsville Marriage.
Adairsville Banner.

We learn that Mr. A. E. Brogdon and Miss Ella Dyar were married at Rhea Springs, Tenn., Thursday afternoon at 4 o’clock.  This was an expected surprise.  The people have been expecting such news but not at this time.  Miss Dyar is a most popular and accomplished young lady, a daughter of Mr. J. P. Dyar, our post master, and one of the largest wheat planters of our famous valley, while Mr. Brogdon is the efficient bookkeeper of J. M. Veach Co., a gentleman of excellent habits and high moral character.  We extend our congratulations and best wishes.  Mr. and Mrs. Brogdon will arrive here soon and take up their future residence.

 

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