Thomas R. Hicks weds Miss Fannie Lumpkin

 
The Cartersville American
Cartersville, Georgia
October 27, 1886, page 3
 
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Hymeneal.

Tuesday evening, the 10th inst., at the residence of the bride’s mother, at Roger’s Station, Miss Fannie Lumpkin was united in marriage to Mr. Thos. R. Hicks, of Cusseta, Ga., Rev. A. H. Rice officiating.

The attendants were Miss Della Lumpkin and Mr. W. S. Longshore, of Cusseta; Miss Emma Lumpkin and Mr. Chas Culpepper, of Cusseta; Miss Kate Benham and Mr. W. A. Lumpkin of West Point, Ga.; and Miss Kate Gilbert and Mr. J. W. Pittard.  Only the relatives and immediate friends of the contracting parties were present.

The bride is a splendid specimen of pure and noble young womanhood, of a gentle and lovable disposition.  She has always been a great favorite among her friends.  The groom is a successful young planter of Southern Georgia and a gentleman of high character.

The happy couple left Wednesday morning for Cusseta, their future home, carrying with them the heartiest wishes of a host of friends.

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