Dr. W. E. Foute weds Miss Eliza Roberts

The Cartersville Express
Cartersville, Georgia
January 10, 1871, page 3
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On Tuesday, Dec. 27th, at Cumberland Stand, Dr. W. E. FOUTE, of Adairsville, Ga., and Miss ELIZA ROBERTS, of Monroe county, Tenn.

We rejoice to know that our esteemed friend Foute, “has chosen the good part,” with a hope that it may never be taken from him.

The fair bride and groom left here on the evening train of the same day for Adairsville, Ga., where we hope they arrived in safety.

In wishing them a long life, we add, in all sincerity, may their lives be a long and cloudless summer’s day, and peace and trust be with them like an atmosphere of our soft Southern air, and every flower in Hymens yellow leaf bloom and blow.

May the domestic “bond of happiness” unite their hearts together--- When their gentle lives are ended blameless as they were blessed, may they fall to the earth together as softly as the leaves of two twin roses, ‘neath the soft sigh of the western winds, drop to the earth together.—Sweetwater Enterprise.


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