Zimri Milton Jackson weds Miss Annie Lydie Tinsley

The Cartersville News
Cartersville, Georgia
November 28, 1907, Page 1
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Wedding Announcement

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Warren Tinsley announce the engagement of their daughter, Annie Lydie, to Mr. Zimri Milton Jackson, the marriage to occur on the evening of December 26, at their home, Cartersville, GA.


December 19, 1907
Page 5.


A marriage of much interest to Cartersville and throughout north Georgia will be that of Miss Annie Tinsley and Mr. Zimri Jackson, which will take place at the home of Mr. Warren Tinsley, Thursday afternoon, December 26, at half past four o’clock.

The home will be bright with decorations of Christmas holly and mistletoe.  The wedding march will be played by Miss Belle Madden, cousin of the bride.

Mrs. Felton Jones, of Atlanta, will sing during the ceremony, which will be performed by Rev. W. A. Cleveland assisted by Rev. G. W. Duval.

The bride will wear a going away gown of brown chiffon broadcloth, with hat to match and will enter with her father.
The groom will be attended by his brother, Mr. Robert Jackson.

Miss Lydia Jackson and Mr. Carl Nelson will be the other attendants.  Miss Jackson will be gowned in pink silk.

After the ceremony, refreshments will be served and at five thirty o’clock the bride and groom will leave for a short trip to Savannah and other southern points.

Upon their return, they will go to housekeeping in their own home, built by Mr. Jackson in the West End neighborhood.

Miss Tinsley is a handsome young woman of the brunette type and universally loved for her sweet nature and charming personality.

Mr. Jackson is one of the most prominent young business men in the city and has hosts of friends who congratulate him upon the lovely bride he has won.

Quite a number of social affairs have been planned for Miss Tinsley during the next few days.

Mrs. H. R. Maxwell will give a linen shower for her next week.

Christmas evening, Miss Lydia Jackson will entertain a large and elaborate reception for the wedding party.

The Jackson home will be decorated lavishly in the Christmas greens for this affair and refreshments will be served during the evening.


The Cartersville News
January 2, 1908 , Page 5

A Pretty Home Wedding.

Another article on the marriage of Annie Lydie Tinsley to Zimri Milton Jackson, see December 19, 1907.


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