Edward L. Jackson weds Miss Florence Taylor

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
November 30, 1899, page 1
 
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Jackson-Taylor.
Interesting Wedding at Cassville Tuesday Afternoon.

At the elegant home of Capt. and Mrs. William Browne, of Cassville, on Tuesday afternoon, 28th instant, at 4 o’clock an interesting marriage took place, the contracting parties being Mr. Edward L. Jackson and Miss Florence Taylor.

The wedding was a quiet home affair, only the relatives of the couple and a few friends being present.  The ceremony was performed by Rev. C. A. Jamison, of Kingston, after which an elegant supper was served by Capt. and Mrs. Browne.

The bride is from Piqua, Ky., and is a niece of Mrs. Browne, whom she has been visiting for some time, and is among the most charming and worthy young women that has ever visited the county.  With her accomplishments and lady-like ways, she will fitly grace the home of the man whose fortunes she has joined.

The groom is one of the most honorable, energetic, worthy and popular citizens of the county.  He has been eminently successful as a farmer, but has lately entered business as a member of the firm of Griffin, Jackson & Co., furniture dealers.
The best wishes of a host of friends follow the couple on their matrimonial journey.

 

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