Robert P. Horton weds Miss Zillah Cason

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
June 19, 1890, page 1
 
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Happily Mated.
The Marriage of Miss Zillah Cason and Mr. Robert P. Horton.

Last Sunday morning, in Atlanta, Miss Zillah Cason, of this city, and Mr. Robert P. Horton, a stirring young business man of the Gate City, were united in marriage, Rev. Mr. Smith performing the ceremony.

The marriage was a very quiet one, only a few friends and relatives being present.

The bride is the daughter of Dr. R. E. Cason and is a young lady of many admirable qualities of mind and heart, possessing a lovable disposition, and, in winning her heart and hand, the groom is to be congratulated.

Mr. Horton is one of Atlanta’s progressive business men, who has come to the front by his own indomitable will and courage, has large real estate interests, and is personally sociable and popular.

The happy couple start out on life’s journey most auspiciously, enjoying a prosperous present and with the fairest prospects before them. They have the congratulations and good wishes of a large number of friends here and elsewhere.

 

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