Oscar Collins weds Miss Pearl Morgan

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
July 2, 1891, page 1
 
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A Youthful Bride.

Oscar Collins, the son of our esteemed townsmen J. A. Collins, has certainly taken the cake by leading to hymen’s altar the most youthful bride of the season. Oscar was religiously tied in the bonds by Rev. J. P. Anderson, to Miss Pearl, the daughter of G. B. Morgan, on Sunday afternoon at 4 o’clock.

The ceremony was performed with full consent of all parties interested at the residence of the bride. The age of the bride upon close calculation was found to be fifteen years and one day. We wish Oscar and his child wife many happy anniversaries of their wedding day.

 

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