William M. Graham weds Miss Annie C. Jones

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
December 26, 1889, page 1
 
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They Surprised Their Friends.
Happy Marriage of Two of Cartersville’s Popular Young People.

In Chattanooga last Wednesday evening Miss Annie C. Jones, second daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Sam P. Jones, was married to Mr. William M. Graham, also of this city. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. Dumbell, rector of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church of that city.

Miss Jones is one of our most accomplished young ladies, with all the endowments of a noble heart and mind, and her popularity is proverbial. The groom is the efficient stenographer of this judicial circuit, a young man of good business qualifications, with a bright future.

The hosts of friends of this young couple were very demonstrative on their arrival home on yesterday afternoon’s train and they gave them a most hearty welcome. A handsome carriage profusely decorated, drawn by four horses, bore the happy pair to their home. There are not two more popular young people in this section and all extend them the heartfelt congratulations and wish them a joyous voyage over this tempestuous sea of life.

 

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