Mr. John Frazer and Miss Willie Nisbet

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
September 24, 1896, Page 4
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Marriage in Alabama.

Mr. John Frazer and Miss Willie Nisbet Happily married.

At the residence of the bride’s mother, near Jacksonville, Ala., on Sunday morning at 8:30 o’clock, September 20 th, Mr. John Frazer and Miss Willie Nisbet were united in the holy bonds of matrimony, Rev. R. T. Liston officiating. It was a lovely morning, the air fresh and bracing, and the sun shone forth in all its splendor. Many friends and relatives were present to witness the impressive ceremony; the room was prettily decorated with ferns and flowers and many valuable and useful presents were spread for the pleasure of the friends of the happy pair. John Frazer is a popular conductor on the East & West railroad, liked by all who know him for his honesty and attention to duty. His fair bride is a most estimable young woman, loved by all who know her. After receiving many congratulations and good wishes, they left on the 9 a. m. train for Cartersville.



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