Charles H. Field weds Miss Julia Pinkerton

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
January 10, 1901, page 5
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Tuesday afternoon, Miss Julia Pinkerton, of Cartersville, was married to Mr. Chas. H. Field, at the residence of Mrs. Onie Starr, on Thornton avenue, the Rev. T. J. Christian officiating.  The bride was arrayed in a brown venetian gown and carried bride’s roses.  The attendants were Mrs. Onie Starr, lady of honor, dressed in white chiffon trimmed in black velvet, diamonds.  Miss Flora Lester, maid of honor, was dressed in a pink and white evening dress and attended by Capt. Frank Shumate; Miss Bonnie Smith, of Tunnel Hill, bridesmaid, was dressed in a pink evening dress, and attended by Carl Pinkerton, of Cartersville.  All the gentlemen wore conventional evening suits.  The parlor was beautifully decorated in holly and mistletoe, and the dining room the same, with Battenburg cover to table, lighted by pink tapers.  After the impressive ceremony, and congratulations, the assembled party, including some forty relatives and friends, repaired to the spacious dining room, where a tempting repast was served by the charming hostess, consisting of a salad course and a cake course.  The couple are now boarding temporarily with Capt. Geo. W. Ferguson.  The Argus joins the entire community in wishing them a happy and prosperous journey through life. –Dalton Argus.


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