James H. Harris weds Miss Mamie Cantrell

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
May 11, 1899, page 8
 
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Linwood.

On last Sunday, at the residence of Mr. T. P. Owens, Mr. James H. Harris and Miss Mamie Cantrell were united in the holy bonds of matrimony, Rev. John W. Edwards officiating.  The groom is a fine business man, and is a supt. of the laboring class at the mines, and possessed of many noble traits of character, while his bride is a lady of much attraction and beautiful accomplishments and can not be excelled.  She is the adopted daughter of Mr. Owens and wife who have reared her from an infant.  She was beautifully attired in white and carried a lovely bouquet of white peonies tied with white satin ribbon.  Dinner was served about one o’clock and a more beautiful and elaborate table has not been seen in a long time.  It was presided over by Mr. Owens and Mrs. Spurlock, who left nothing undone that would render their guests perfectly comfortable and happy.  Many nice congratulations go with the bride and groom for a long life of happiness.

 

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